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Ladies Of Yesteryear

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  • 1. Ladies of Yesteryear by Winston W Wallace
  • 2. Los Angeles Circa 1915
  • 3. Dorothy Parker Miss Washington 1938
  • 4. Circa 1900. "Thisbe." Who was quite the Babylonian
  • 5. Negro Cabaret 1942
  • 6. October 1943
  • 7. Washington, D.C., circa 1938. "Dancing class, WRC studio .
  • 8. 1903
  • 9. 1938
  • 10. June 17, 1922 Beauty Contest Winners 1922
  • 11. 1924
  • 12. 1926
  • 13. Washington, 1918. "U.S. Navy Intelligence Bureau. Fingerprint department
  • 14. 1921
  • 15. New York, June 3, 1921.
  • 16. New York, July 5, 1921. "Whirl Girls." Our second look at chorus girls for "The Broadway Whirl," a musical comedy revue at the Times Square Theatre
  • 17. 1927
  • 18. January 28, 1922
  • 19. 1920
  • 20. 1921
  • 21. 1924
  • 22. 1919
  • 23. 1926
  • 24. 1st Miss America 1921
  • 25. First Miss America 1925 Margaret Gorman
  • 26. 1925
  • 27. Rice Princess 1938
  • 28. 1920
  • 29. 1923
  • 30. The End Winston W Wallace

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