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Empty Calories: 1942

Empty Calories: 1942

        "Nothing for me, thanks."

October 1942. "Girl worker at lunch also absorbing California sunshine, Douglas Aircraft Company, Long Beach." Kodachrome transparency by Alfred Palmer for the Office of War Information. View full size.

 

Woman not a girl

How refreshing it would be to see her called a woman and not a girl.

Good old Kodachrome!

There's nothing like it.

It's as if you can step right into that picture.

Fantastic

What a great, tack-sharp photo! Nice subject, too.

Sunblock required

A few minutes in that location could get you toasted.

Delicious air!

1. This is how she stays so slim and trim. (I envy her long, tanned legs!)

2. Now we know how she stretched her wartime coffee ration to the end of the month...

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