1944 in Print — Life Magazine, May 8, 1944

May 8, 1944, Life Magainze

The glittering suit worn by Lynn Davis bears the label of Hattie Carnegie, America’s No. 1 fashion designer.

May 8, 1944

This week’s movie: “The Adventures of Mark Twain.”  

The Ohio Reformatory for Women puts on a show.

On the jump, part of a feature on “Carmen Jones,” four scenes painted by Miguel Covarrubias.

Courtesy of Google Books.


Betty Epperson, 28, who was convicted of assisting her fourth husband in assault and attempt to rob, sang “Why Don’t You Fall in Love With Me?”

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