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The Petty Girl II 21st Century Archives - 1995
Notes: Also produced was a factory set of 50 cards plus 1 of the Jantzen subset cards. Thanks much to Richard Lewandowski for the update!
Box: 36 packs of 8 cards. Common sets: approx. 5.70 per box if collation were perfect. No. Publication Caption or Card Text 51 1933 Come! Chicago World's Fair 52 1935 "I want to see Mr. Culbertson!" 53 Esquire - Jan 1934 "No particular floor--just drive up and down." 54 Esquire - May 1934 "I can't see why you're always mauling me." 55 Esquire - April 1934 He's supposed to be an expert, but he's missing 56 Esquire - May 1934 "Oh, how can I ever thank you." 57 Esquire - July 1934 "You probably don't realize that nature has been 58 Esquire - Mar. 1935 "If your husband can't sleep, why don't you pull 59 Esquire - June 1935 "But Reverend, what makes you think I couldn't 60 Esquire - June 1934 "Oh, Mr. Feinberg, you and your pretty phrases." 61 Esquire - Oct. 1935 "Will that be all, sir?" 62 Esquire - Jan 1936 "Union Depot? Mr. Smith wants to make a cancellat 63 Esquire - Feb. 1936 "It's no use, Philip. When you lost your yacht, s 64 Esquire - June 1936 "He doesn't smoke or drink. I don't know what I'l 65 Esquire - Aug. 1936 "Will you surely help me be a good girl, next ti 66 Esquire - Nov. 1936 "How silly, darling--wealth means nothing to me. 67 Esquire - Mar. 1937 "What do you mean you've gone broke and I'm the o 68 Esquire - Apr. 1937 "I suppose this bum check is your idea of an Apri 69 Esquire - May 1937 "I'm not worried about that. I've got a share-the 70 Esquire - June 1937 "I've looked under the pillow and I still can't f 71 Esquire - Aug. 1937 "Now, none of your tricks, Everett." 72 Esquire - June 1938 "We farmers' wives know what it is to slave over 73 Esquire - Jan. 1940 "So he pointed out--even if we are divorced, we'r 74 Esquire - Jan. 1941 "Remember me?" 75 Esquire - Mar. 1941 "It isn't that I have anything else on, Mrs. Van 76 Esquire - June 1941 "My lawyer wants me to change the charge from des 77 Esquire - July 1941 One of George's sauciest concepts: If it had not 78 Esquire - Nov. 1941 "Oh, General, I bet you tell that to all the spie 79 Esquire - Apr. 1941 The Petty Girl earned her stripes during World Wa 80 True - July 1945 Sometime in late 1944, George was commissioned to 81 True - Aug. 1945 Besides the Ziegfeld Follies pieces, George obtai 82 True - Jan. 1946 The majority of George's work for True must be co 83 True - Mar. 1946 His personal take on the female figure often resu 84 True - Apr. 1945 (cont.) Reader response was loudly negative and o 85 True - 1945 Among Petty's very best, this beauty arrived at T 86 True - Sept. 1945 Miss Self-Salesman: Arguably, the single most imp 87 True - Nov. 1945 Among the stars: One of the great ones and gone, 88 True - Dec. 1945 This was George's first major waste-not-want-not 89 True - Feb. 1946 The ultimate example of a serious waste-not, want 90 Ridge Tool Cal. - 1952 (cont.) Next, in two pieces--three, if you count 91 True - Nov. 1946 A pivotal work in the evolution of the Petty Girl 92 True Cal. - Feb. 1947 (cont.) Twice before, Petty had used ballet shoes 93 True - June 1947 Paintings after January 1946 give us a Petty Girl 94 Ridge Tool Cal. - 1952 The Ridge Tool Company calendars are extremely ra 95 Ridge Tool Cal. - 1952 These calendars were the first use of virtually n 96 Esquire Cal. - 1956 97 Esquire Cal. - 1956 (cont.) Sociologically, the images in this calend 98 Esquire Cal. - July 1956 We have here, from the 1956 calendar, one of the 99 Esquire Cal. - 1956 In 1942, upon completion of a three-year art appr 100 Esquire Cal. - 1956 --- The Zippo Pinups (Product Offer, pack insert) CHASE CARDS Jantzen Insert Cards (1:12 packs) J1 It is commonly assumed that it was his appearance J2 In early December 1933, before the second issue o J3 While we may be certain that his Old Gold work re J4 George's success at Jantzen was predicated on his J5 Innocent Nudes (Mail-In Offer) N1 Esquire - Dec. 1938 N2 Esquire - Sept. 1941 N3 Esquire Xmas Card - 1937 N4 1956 N5 Dec. 1956 The Zippo Pinups (Mail-In Offer) Z1 Saturday Home Magazine - 1935 Z2 Esquire Calendar January 1955 Z3 Esquire May 1939 Z4 Esquire April 1941 Z5 Fashions of the Hour 1927 Z6 True Magazine Feb. 1946 PROMO CARDS (marked "Prototype") -- The spectacular popularity of the Petty Girl ... [Brown Negligee] -- (Oversized sheet, 6" x 4-1/2"; Brown Negligee) -- The Petty Girl II [dealer sell sheet] Searchwords: jahoc, yr1995, mfr21stCentury, catPinups©1999, 2000, 2001, 2005, 2013 Jeff Allender. Comments, updates, & corrections are welcomed!