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Remember? Gals and Gags from the Fifties & Sixties H.F.P. - 199?
Notes: I don't know where these cards came from originally, and my hint on assigning a manufacturer is the caption "© H.F.P." that appears on some of the cards. But as the pack advertises, these 2-1/2"-square cards are "Fun! Snazzy! Educational! ... Cool Retro Cards!"
Packs: 6 cards. No. Caption Type 1 A sewn-into gown vs stairs at a 1950's preview. 2 Elvgrenesqué curves at the easel 3 (no caption) 4 Somewhere between the Bump & Grind circuit and Broad 5 Showgirl Rehearsal, late 50's. (hopefully a bit clos 6 Burlesque Gothic !?!! 7 (no caption) 8 "I changed the combination!" 9 From a series of early amateur glamour shots of a ra 10 (no caption) 11 Late Forties Runway Glamour. 12 Shot in an apartment circa 1955; A great series of a 13 (no caption) 14 (no caption) 15 Baby Doll! 16 50's Curve-Fest! 17 Art Neuovo's grace & supple line is found Throughout 18 A Meritorious S T R E T C H 60's style creates quite 19 Tie-Died Splendiferousness! 20 Mr. Snaps tries his hand at the French Post Card biz 21 BMNEWFRONTIERBEATLESBAYOFPIGSPSYCHOM 22 Mid 50's. Somehow she knows this pose will be apprec 23 (no caption) 24 (no caption) 25 60's pro-shoot out take for a commercial? 26 (no caption) 27 Welcome To Paradise 28 (no caption) 29 In the late 60's a couple of models & a photographer 30 (no caption) 31 (no caption) 32 Shooting circa 70's hair in the elements shows dedic 33 Mr. Snaps Fires Away! 34 (no caption) 35 (no caption) 36 0072001LIONELBETTYFJALIONELBETTYFJAGEN 37 Striking a classic "S" Curve 38 "OK, just a little lower ... BUT THAT'S IT!" 39 (no caption) 40 Indelibly locked in these dramatic eyes is the story -- Remember? Gals and Gags from the Fifties & Sixties! Pack Cover Card -- Remember? 40 Fun Retro Cards Set Cover Card -- Industrial Strength Nostalgia! Pack Insert -- Remember? January 1961 - A New Frontier Text Card -- ... And that instantly recognizable appearance, jump Text Card©2003 Jeff Allender. Comments, updates, & corrections are welcomed!