Saturday, 28 March 2009

Betty Page 2


Betty Page from the Modern Man 1957 Yearbook of Queens.

Friday, 27 March 2009

Barabara Lang 2


From Photoplay magazine, April 1959.

Titter


Titter magazine, February 1955.

Flirt


Flirt magazine, December 1954.

Thursday, 26 March 2009

Fishin' for Cuties



From High Heel Magazine, June 1937.

Time and Motion Study


From The Man, May 1948.

Sunday, 22 March 2009

Midge Martin


From Flirt magazine, December 1954.

Saturday, 21 March 2009

Raincoat Fetish in '48

Alyce Valeur demonstrating that fetish fashions were finer in the forties. From Beauty Parade, December 1948.

Self-Defence


From Titter, February 1955.

Neocide: Death of the New?


My French isn't up to much but I'd say this is an aerosol that can wipe out the modern world! Huzzah! I just need to find a stockist.*
From Modes et Travaux, August 1955.


*No, I don't mean that, just in case any crazed Evola disciples were thinking of recruiting me.

Tuesday, 17 March 2009

Female Deviations


I like to peruse the journals of Academia from time to time, just to keep abreast of advances in science and knowledge. This particularly enlightening tome landed on my doorstep today. I include the first two paragraphs that I came to by random selection:


The reason that most women become Lesbians is not from any urgent and tearing desire to feel the embraces of female flesh. Rather it is by default. These women were unable, or too afraid to compete openly and successsfully for men.
and

Perversions are sexual activities which usurp heterosexual mating. A man and a woman who practice mutual masturbation are, in terms of this definition, as perverted as two Lesbians practising sodomy with the aid of a dildo.
Unfortunately, there are no pictures; just more crazed postulations.
Published in the UK in 1967, originally published in the US in 1964.

Norvic Shoes

For girls with unusually flat feet. From Photoplay, April 1959.

Sunday, 15 March 2009

Betty Brosmer



21 year old Betty Brosmer displaying her jaw-dropping, and alarmingly precise, vital statistics of 381/4 - 181/2 - 351/4.
From Modern Man 1957 Yearbook of Queens.

Friday, 13 March 2009

Cuty Lipstick


Spoof advertisement fro Jem magazine, unknown year.

Regular readers may have noticed that some of the file sizes have been quite large recently. This is down to me using PNG files instead of GIF or JPEG (depending on the type of image) as this is a far better way of retaining quality when transferring images across the web.

Wednesday, 11 March 2009

Evelyn West


Burlesque queen, Evelyn "Treasure Chest" West. From Modern Man 1957 Yearbook of Queens.

Martell

From Tatler, May 1958

Horrockses Dress


"A strapless Wisteria-print dress in white and blue, with a well-built bodice and huge blue rose for trimming".

From Tatler, May 1958.

Tuesday, 10 March 2009

Monday, 9 March 2009

Nancy Carroll

Cover of the Police Gazette, June 1939.

Saturday, 7 March 2009

Stag Magazine


She is the reason they invented time machines. Stag pocket magazine, May 1958.

Sophisticated S&M




Jem magazine, unknown year.

Friday, 6 March 2009

Fascinatin' Rhythm


From Scamp magazine, November 1959.

Thursday, 5 March 2009

Pep

Cover of Pep magazine, number 9. Unknown year; probably late 1950s.

Tuesday, 3 March 2009

Ulla Herrin



Thankfully, the 'fur' that they are extolling seems to be nothing more than a star-spangled Snuffleupagus. Remember, kids, real beauties don't wear fur!
From Beauty Parade, January 1950.

Fearful Symmetry


From Swank magazine, July 1961.

Eyes on Stalks

From Razzle Summer Annual, unknown year.

A Lady Drink

Spot illustration from back cover of Razzle Summer Annual, unknown year.