I was listing the December 1911 issue of the Motion Picture Magazine for sale and spotted a couple of interesting ads at the back of the issue. Both are shown below and I've copied the text from the page as well. I've never run across any of these specific publicity pics, but I'll certainly have my eyes open for them now!
Popular Kalem Players
Top row: George Melford, Carlyle Blackwell, Robert G. Vignola, Jack J. Clark
Middle row: Alice Joyce, Gene Gauntier, Ruth Roland
Bottom row: J.P. McGowan, Jane Wolfe, Alice Hollister, Edward Coxen, Judson Melford
"We will sell pictures of any of the above KALEM FAVORITES at the following prices:
"Photos 7 x 9 inches, 25 cents each, postage prepaid
"Photos 11 X 14 inches, 35 cents each, postage prepaid
"A handsome portrait, in four colors (15 X 20 inches) of GENE GAUNTIER, 50 cents, postage prepaid
"A beautiful art photogravure, hand-colored (15 x 20 inches) of ALICE JOYCE in Indian costume, 50 cents each, postage prepaid"
Kalem Company, Nos. 235-239 West Twenty-Third Street, New York City
and the second:
Beautiful Photographs of Vitagraph Favorites
Florence Turner and Maurice Costello in the middle
Beginning with square Maurice Costello photo at top and moving clockwise: Julia Swayne, Norma Talmadge, Lottie Pickford, Anne Schaeffer, Florence E. Turner, Zena Keife, Helen Gardner, Edith Storey, Edith Halleren
"These, miniatures of well-known Vitagraph Players are reproductions from BEAUTIFULLY FINISHED PHOTOGRAPHS (not half-tone engravings), 7 x 9 inches, suitable for framing or album.
"The Vitagraph Company are giving the admirers of these favorites an opportunity of securing the photographs at 25 cents each, or $2.50 the dozen."
Address: Publicity Department, Vitagraph Co. of America, E. 15th St. and Locust Ave., Brooklyn, NY