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[Magazine clipping with full color bleed images]

Description: Magazine clipping of a single front and back leaf with full color lithograph commercially printed illustrations featuring a clarinet musician and a helicopter rescue mission. The font of the leaf shows a collage like image with music notes, clarinets, records, buildings and classic busts on a red background. The back of the page shows a helicopter coming to rescue a lone solider stranded in the ocean.
Date: [1939..1950]
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[1940 Pin Up posters for calendar mockup]

Description: Pin Up poster calendar mockup from 1940 of The Varga Girl(s) by Peruvian-American painter Alberto Vargas. The mockup for the calendar showcases images for the corresponding month beginning in January and ending in December.
Date: 1940
Creator: Vargas, Alberto
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[1940 Pin Up posters for calendar mockup]

Description: Pin Up poster calendar mockup from 1940 of The Varga Girl(s) by Peruvian-American painter Alberto Vargas. The mockup for the calendar showcases images for the corresponding month beginning in January and ending in December.
Date: 1940
Creator: Vargas, Alberto
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Clipping from a magazine featuring the air force and airplanes]

Description: Magazine clipping of a single front and back leaf with full color lithograph commercially printed illustrations featuring the US Air Force and airplanes. The front illustrations shows a canary yellow "Hellcat" airplane flying framed by clouds with descriptive text that reads "Brightly-Painted Hellcat is believed a special gunnery target". The verso side shows soldiers looking over a map on a runway near a "button-nose" tagged plane.
Date: [1940..1950]
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

The Dali Girl

Description: A page from Esquire Magazine featuring front and back Kodachrome photography collages.
Date: [1940..1949]
Creator: Blumenfeld, Erwin & Szyk, Arthur
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[LIFE Magazine cartoon grand prize illustration]

Description: Clipping from LIFE Magazine featuring a grand prize winning cartoon by Basil Wolverton. The cartoon appears to be a man with very pronounced teeth and ears smiling with this neck extended forward. The text below notes the detail that the artists wife thought the subject was too human to win a cartoon contest. The backside of the leaf includes lists of editors and contributors of the magazine and some advertisements.
Date: [1940..1952]
Creator: Wolverton, Basil
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Magazine Kodachromes of Models]

Description: A page from an unidentified magazine featuring a front and back leaf of women models posed in fashionable clothes and accessories. The front features a Kodachrome collage of a woman standing by a mirror with her reflection turned to face herself wearing a slightly different dress followed by a printed color photograph of a woman with black hair in a blue evening gown posed on a striped couch.
Date: [1940..1949]
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[True Magazine Petty Girl Illustration]

Description: Page from True magazine featuring an illustration of a Petty Girl and a painting of a winter morning scene that is a reference to the printers Currier and Ives. Pin-ups by artist George Petty or "Petty Girls" first made their appearance in 1933 and into the 1950s set the standard for American female beauty. The hallmarks of Petty pin-ups are elongated limbs most noted in the legs, a flirtatious smile, and telephones.
Date: [1940..1960]
Creator: Petty, George
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[True Magazine Petty Girl Illustration]

Description: Page from True Magazine featuring an illustration of a Petty Girl followed by a reproductive print of 3 men and a woman on a white sailboat. Pin-ups by artist George Petty or "Petty Girls" first made their appearance in 1933 and into the 1950s set the standard for American female beauty. The hallmarks of Petty pin-ups are elongated limbs most noted in the legs, a flirtatious smile, and telephones.
Date: [1940..1960]
Creator: Petty, George
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[True Magazine Petty Girl Illustration]

Description: Page from True Magazine featuring an illustration of a Petty Girl followed by a reproduction of an Audubon print of the male Wild Turkey, Meleagris gallopavo.Pin-ups by artist George Petty or "Petty Girls" first made their appearance in 1933 and into the 1950s set the standard for American female beauty. The hallmarks of Petty pin-ups are elongated limbs most noted in the legs, a flirtatious smile, and telephones.
Date: [1940..1960]
Creator: Petty, George
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[True Magazine Petty Girl Illustration]

Description: A page center spread from True magazine featuring an illustration of a blonde Petty Girl kneeling in a blue military uniform paired with the text "...so take my advice and just bet your shirt!" followed by a page of illustrations and descriptive text of fashionable American swimwear by painter William Pachner. Pin-ups by artist George Petty or "Petty Girls" first made their appearance in 1933 and into the 1950s set the standard for American female beauty. The hallmarks of Petty pin-ups are elongated limbs most noted in the legs, a flirtatious smile, and telephones.
Date: [1940..1955]
Creator: Petty, George
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Hurrell Photograph: Pamela Randall]

Description: A front and back spread from the December edition of Esquire Magazine 1940. This spread features a color reproduction of a Hurrell photograph of actress Pamela Randall [1918-1991] followed on the reverse by eight card illustrations featuring reproductive etchings by Howard Baer and descriptive text by Phil Stack.
Date: December 1940
Creator: Hurrell, George; Stack, Phil & Baer, Howard
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Esquire Magazine Varga Girl Illustration: Nice Neighbors]

Description: A spread from Esquire magazine featuring an illustration of two Varga Girls representing the United States (the pilgrim) and Spain (the senorita) paired with a two stanza verse "Nice Neighbors" by Phil Stack. On the following side of the spread is a reproduction offset lithograph print of various sports and recreation fashion watercolor illustrations by Robert Goodman for the May edition of 1941.
Date: May 1941
Creator: Vargas, Alberto; Stack, Phil & Goodman, Robert
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Esquire Magazine Varga Girl Illustration: Bouquet for a Bride]

Description: A spread from Esquire magazine featuring an illustration of a Varga Girl styled as a bride in a wedding dress, veil, and stockings throwing her shoe paired with a two stanza verse "Bouquet for a Bride" by Phil Stack. On the following side of the spread is a reproduction offset lithograph print of men's fashion illustrations by William Pachner featuring hats accompanied by descriptive text for the June edition 1943.
Date: June 1941
Creator: Vargas, Alberto; Stack, Phil & Pachner, William
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Esquire Magazine Varga Girl Illustration: Curves are Trumps ]

Description: A spread from Esquire magazine featuring an illustration of a redhead Varga Girl flying styled to a card and gambling theme paired with a two stanza verse "Curves are Trumps" by Phil Stack. On the following side of the spread is a reproduction offset lithograph print of sketches and photographs celebrating fathers day clipped from the June edition of Esquire Magazine in 1943.
Date: June 1941
Creator: Vargas, Alberto; Stack, Phil & De Vos, Leon
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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