Sex Mysteries Demonstrated With Living Artist Models

 

July 24, 1932, Olympics

July 24, 1932, Sex Mysteries July 24, 1932: Cartoonist Edmund Waller “Ted” Gale puts Miss Los Angeles in the midst of a dazzling array of national stereotypes for the 1932 Olympics (note that Mexico is in a sombrero … and is Japan wearing a uniform?) Miss Los Angeles is one of those cartoon characters that disappeared ages ago, but she was a frequent presence on the Los Angeles Times editorial pages.

Is Jack Gilbert generous? Wow! Virginia Bruce sports a new blue Packard roadster and one of the biggest diamond rings in Hollywood, The Times’ Tip Poff says.

And at the California Theatre, “Sex Mysteries Demonstrated With Living Artist Models.” Reminds me a little bit of “Mom and Dad.”

July 24, 1932, Tip Poff

July 24, 1932, Tip Poff

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I work at the Los Angeles Times
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One Response to Sex Mysteries Demonstrated With Living Artist Models

  1. Vincent says:

    Glad you found a new home! Just gave the new location a plug at my site, “Carole & Co.” (which celebrated its fourth anniversary yesterday): http://carole-and-co.livejournal.com/418443.html

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