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Philly Buick: 1943

Philly Buick: 1943

June 1943. "Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Miss Natalie O'Donald, attendant at the Atlantic Refining Company garages." A Gibson Girl in coveralls. Medium format negative by Jack Delano for the Office of War Information. View full size.

 

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I need a tune-up again!

Said the man, "But that's the third time this month" answered Miss O'Donald confusedly.

"What can I say, I am really rough on cars", said he, gazing wistfully into her eyes and smiling.

Wriggle aside, Betty Grable

I can't help but hope that mechanics and grease monkeys serving in the armed forces during World War II had an opportunity to pin up the lovely and talented Miss O'Donald in their foot lockers and on motor pool bulletin boards. I've enjoyed her lovely photos on Shorpy.

Meanwhile, back in England

Princess Elizabeth was doing pretty much the same thing.

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