I wish I new more about who Emily was but her identity has eluded me.
This first Murray Korman Portrait is stunning and extremely sexy - Emily is an incredibly beautiful girl very fashionable attired with a very flirtatious expression.
Murray Korman was a famous theatrical and celebrity photographer working in New York in the 1930 and 1940s. His subjects included many famous celebrities including Imogene Coca, Ethel Merman, Salvador Dalí, Lena Horne and many dancers and actors of the time. Do a google search with his name and you'll find a wealth of information and imagery.
(also see Murray's Ad in Popular Science Jan 1947)
Unfortunately this portrait was under glass and suffer for it. The paper is rippled and has blemishes from the frame and glass. There are a few small pieces missing and a few surface tears including on near his name where the image stuck to the glass. "As ever, Emily" written in faded ink is on the left. No date designated.
On the second photograph as best as I can guess the signature might read G Mumford Brosling but I'm sure that's not correct. It is an utterly alluring portrait of Emily in the high style of the 1930s. Dated 1932.
This portrait is also rippled because of poor framing but has not suffered the surface issues the other has.