This Chicago pianist -- no relation to Leonard -- debuted with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in January 1928 and proved a popular soloist; her gigs included a stint with the Woman's Symphony Orchestra of Chicago, one of the first all-female orchestras in the U.S. Item #13919
IPS [Moffett], 8" X 10", n.p., 1928 March 20. Near fine. A striking head-and-shoulders closeup in flapperish bobbed hair, boldly signed and inscribed in black ink in a light portion at upper left: "To John G. Leiser, / With kindest regards, / Rae Bernstein, / 3/20/28." Quite uncommon.