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SCREEN BOOK MAGAZINE MARCH 1939 ELEANOR POWELL, CLARK GABLE, GINGER ROGERS!

SCREEN BOOK MAGAZINE MARCH 1939 ELEANOR POWELL, CLARK GABLE, GINGER ROGERS!

Adelaide Hall in the "Chocolate Kiddies" Revue tour of Europe, which began in 1925. Click for items from her personal scrapbook.

Adelaide Hall in the "Chocolate Kiddies" Revue tour of Europe, which began in 1925. Click for items from her personal scrapbook.

Broadway qui danse - Fred Astaire, Eleanor Powell, George Murphy

Broadway qui danse - Fred Astaire, Eleanor Powell, George Murphy

In the early 1930s, Matson begins a heavy worldwide promotional campaign to extol the beauties of the Hawaiian Islands, complete with advertisements and brochures that surpass those of popular Atlantic lines. Lurline (third) enters the Hawaii service in 1933. “Boat trains” are established from New York and Chicago to San Francisco to connect with the Malolo and Lurline sailings.

In the early 1930s, Matson begins a heavy worldwide promotional campaign to extol the beauties of the Hawaiian Islands, complete with advertisements and brochures that surpass those of popular Atlantic lines. Lurline (third) enters the Hawaii service in 1933. “Boat trains” are established from New York and Chicago to San Francisco to connect with the Malolo and Lurline sailings.

Ann Sheridan, 1941  Photo by George Hurrell/David Wills.

Ann Sheridan, 1941 Photo by George Hurrell/David Wills.

The cover of a pulp detective novel by Prabakar

The cover of a pulp detective novel by Prabakar

Gilda Gray  Aloma of the South Seas c.1927

Gilda Gray Aloma of the South Seas c.1927

March 1939 Good Housekeeping Horrace Gaffron Cover

March 1939 Good Housekeeping Horrace Gaffron Cover

Gregory Hines

Gregory Hines

Gail Fisher (1935-2000) was one of the first African American women to play substantive roles in American television. She's best remembered for playing secretary 'Peggy Fair' on the detective series Mannix (1967-75, CBS).

Gail Fisher (1935-2000) was one of the first African American women to play substantive roles in American television. She's best remembered for playing secretary 'Peggy Fair' on the detective series Mannix (1967-75, CBS).

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