Lovely silent film actress Rosalind Byrne was born on November 30, 1893 in New York City. She acted in 9 movies between from 1923 - 1930, (mostly in bit parts, and usually uncredited), and is best remembered today as the hat-check girl (pictured above) in Buster Keaton's Seven Chances (1925). Byrne also has roles in Flaming Youth (1923), The Fast Set (1924), Harold Lloyd's The Freshman (1925), Casey at the Bat (1927) and Children of Pleasure (1930). She died on October 20, 1960 in Clackamas, Oregon.
Though her film career was brief, Byrne is also remembered for her attractive bob hair style. A search on Google will turn up a few additional images.