Mariolive Zavislan Beauty and the beast again step from fairyland. This time they are Miss Mariolive Zavislan and her five-year old Palomino, "Stardust 2," from Penrose. Mariolive has been chosen by the Fremont County Saddle Club to represent
Fremont County in in the contest among Colorado's saddle clubs to choose Miss Colorado State Fair for the 1944 rodeo in Pueblo, August 28, thru September 1.
Four of the patronesses and backers of the newly formed International Beauty Academy, which will open "beauty schools" thruout America and England... Lillian Russell, one-time reigning "American Beauty," now Mrs. Alexander P Moore.
10-4-1921 [International Beauty Academy]
Gambling Bust: L to R Roger Smith,security and custodian police department; Captain John O'Donnell; John H. Winchell, clerk, District Court; Dave Rosner, Deputy District Attorney. [gambling]
Seated at the head of a mess table in Camp Fechner at Big Meadows, Virginia, one of the five Civilian Conservation Corps camps he visited on August 12, President Roosevelt partook of the camp food, and thoroughly enjoyed the experience.
Left to right, seated, are: General Paul B. Malone; Colonel Louis Howe, Secretary Ickes of the Interior Department, and Assistant Secretary of Agriculture Tugwell. 8-13-1933 [Civilian Conservation Corps]
Paper costumes at City Park playground. Joe Burke, Burton Burke, May F. Burke, Zelda Kapland, Norma Stockham. August 1, 1943 [City Park]
New York City, August 26, 1928: Miss Vivienne Osborne with a new type of loud speaker which will be exhibited at the Radio World's Fair, Miss Osborne was selected from hundreds of applicants as "Miss Radio of 1928" by G. Clayton Irwin Jr., general manager
of the Radio World's Fair.... Underwood and Underwood, Photo.
"Morey Bernstein, center, hypnotizes Ruth Simmons, a Colorado housewife, and tape records her memories of a previous lifetime as Bridey Murphy,
This tree in the 1400 block of West Alameda was a Denver landmark since the city's founding, unti the six foot diameter cottonwood died and was cut down in 1923. Despite its name, evidence collected from "old timers," according to Denver Municipal Facts,
suggests that the tree was never actually used for lynching anyone.
"Glory Holes for Trout mark the course of Willow Creek above the ghost town of Tincup, Colorado, in Gunnison National Forest. An angler tries for the big ones that lurk where a mining dredge went down to bedrock in search of placer gold.
Photo shows California women delegates to the Democratic convention still energetic and able to parade and cheer for their choice after two weeks of listening to speeches and balloting in the hottest of New York city weather.