Female singers are very scarce in tango recordings meant for dancing. However, that doesn’t mean there was a lack of female tango singers in general. Several women were popular as tango canción (meant for listening) singers and some of them recorded quite some material, like Ada Falcón. The lady shown on this picture, Dorita Davis, is a lesser-known example among them. However, she at least does appear as a refrain singer in a few songs meant for dancing, more precisely by Roberto Firpo and Orquesta Típica Victor.