Oh gosh, I get giddy whenever I see anything having to do with Vali Myers....ever since I saw her book as an impressionable teen, I have loved that absolutely wild and free-spirited woman....
I have never heard of her taking photographs...however as posted above, Ed Van der Elsken's book "Love on the Left Bank" is sort of a fictional portrait of Vali and various others in Paris after World War II - before she moved to Il Porto. It's a great book and can be found in a re-print edition.
Incidentally, if you can find a copy of her book "Vali Myers" grab it. Unusual, fascinating stuff - though not every one's bag, for sure.
Hi there - Vali Myers was a painter. Not a photographer. Being the incredibly visual/decorative entity that she was she became the subject for many a reknown and amateur photographers camera. Ed Van Elsken was likely the first reknown artist to be captured by the muse in Vali. If you visit www.valimyers.com you can order some of the wonderful postcard portrait images of Vali shot by Van Elsken, Carol Beckwith and Ira Cohen. I was fortunate to have known Vali for 10 years and was among the group of friends who scattered her ashes among the waves of port phillip bay. As a person Vali was sheer magic - a true inspirational force. She continues as Muse in my creative work to this day.