Maybe my response was too hasty, Rodinal 1+100 1 hour stand agitation for the first minute and that's it for the next 59 minutes. The examplest you've posted are from the 1930's I personaly love the look of SS-panachromatic. Super sensitive pan used to be a motion picture film that could be used for still photography. So you could try Kodak D96 (Homemade) or D76 (original formula). If you are after the look of films from the 1930'S lucky SHD 100 and 400 can give you that look so can Polypan F. To recreate the period look read Roger Hicks and Christopher Nisperos Hollywood Portrait. It's not the film that created those images but lighting and retouching.

Good luck