Tortola Valencia performed in Ziegfeld's musical Miss 1917.
Valentine, Vangie [pic from Beauty Land article]
Vangie Valentine performed in the Ziegfeld Nine O'Clock Revue of September 22, 1919, the Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic of 1920 (February 1921), the Ziegfeld Follies of 1922, 1923 (Summer Edition), and 1925. According to the theatre programs, she also performed in the Ziegfeld Nine O'Clock Revue of March 8, 1920 (aka Ziegfeld Girls of 1920), the Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic of 1920 (May 31 edition), and the Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic of 1921 (April 11 edition).
Valli, Virginia: [ACJ]
(June 10, 1898 - September 24, 1968) Virginia Valli was an actress who performed from 1916-1931.
Van Ryker, Alice:
According to the theatre program and an image I have, Alice Van Ryker performed in the third edition of The Midnight Frolic of April 27, 1915 (The Evening Mail).
Vance, Dorothy: [ACJ]
Dorothy Vance performed on Broadway from 1923 to 1927.
(c. 1900 - February 18, 1960) Gertrude Vanderbilt performed in the Ziegfeld Follies of 1908 and 1914.
Velie, Janet: [ACJ]
(c. 1896 - December 17, 1992) Janet Velie performed on Broadway from 1918-1930.
Shirley Vernon performed in the Ziegfeld Follies of 1923 (Summer Edition) and in Ziegfeld's musical Sally (1920-1922).
Vernon, Vivian: [ACJ]
Vivian Vernon performed in the Ziegfeld Follies of 1923 (also in the Summer Edition) and in Ziegfeld's musical Sally (1920-1922 and 1923).
According to the cast photo on page 6 of the theatre program, Marjorie Villis performed in Ziegfeld's musical The Century Girl (1916-1917).
NY Times: Obituary
(? - 1989) Although not listed on ibdb.com, the image I have indicates she performed in the Ziegfeld Follies of 1924. Her obituary in the NY Times also indicates she was in the Follies.
Vitak, Albertina: [ACJ]
Dr. Macro's Annex (pic 01)
Albertina Vitak performed in the Ziegfeld Follies of 1922.
"Albertina Vitak was born in Chicago in 1907 to Czech parents. As a girl she became a prize swimmer and diver, winning competitions throughout the Midwest. At age 12 she secretly enrolled in dance with instructors at the Chicago Opera ballet to avoid her mother’s displeasure. She drilled in classical ballet and the new pantomimic style of dance introduced by the Ballet Russe. She debuted in the Follies of 1922 at age 15. She starred in “Peg O’my Dreams at seventeen, starred in Fokine’s company at the Hippodrome that same year, and regularly found employment on Broadway and in ballet throughout the decade. Her stint in Noel Coward’s “The Year of Grace” 1928 marked the apogee of her musical comedy career. A creature of rather decided temperament, Vitak kept getting herself into situations that caused psychic meltdowns—a misguided attempt to partner the equally temperamental Tony DeMarco in 1928—a two month spasm of work in Hollywood under dictatorial choreographer Albertina Rasch in 1930. This led to a major breakdown, but she returned to Rasch’s company when it reclaimed New York as its base. In 1934 she played Scheherazade to a standing room crowd (perhaps as many as 15 thousand) at Lewisohn stadium when Mikhail Fokine revived his classic in an outdoor setting, thus starring in the most widely attended dance event of the decade in New York City. She possessed skills other than kinetic elegance—in the 1930s she became a regular critic in American Dancer and Dance Magazine with a willingness to review any sort of performance, no matter how experimental, ethnic, vernacular, or commercial." [David S. Shields]
Blossom Vreeland performed in the Ziegfeld Follies of 1923 (Summer Edition) & 1927 and in Ziegfeld's musicals Sally (1920-1922) and Kid Boots (1923-1925).