Beauty Queen: Here She Comes...
Each year over 700,000 beauty pageants are held in cities and towns the world over. Here is a celebration of that glitz and that glory. From Miss Universe to Miss Potato Blossom, this colorful book showcases pageants large and small, focusing on the heyday of beauty contests from the 1930s to the 1970s. Chapters on fashion, talent, bathing-suit competitions, and congeniality are packed with insider information on exactly what it takes to win the crown, secrets to looking perennially polished and poised, and tidbits on the beauty queen wave, talent dos and donts, and pageant etiquette. With over 100 vintage photos, Beauty Queen is a sweetly nostalgic ode to pageantry perfection.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - sarahlouise - LibraryThing
I loved this tiny book which gives a history of how beauty pageants came about as a way to keep people at the beach at the end of the season. Mostly they were girls in bathing suits. The scholarships and making it "respectable" came later. Read full review
You have missed most of the real Miss America pageant members my adding all kinds of pageant people from who knows where.
I have authentic video from that 1962 pageant and many other contestants do too. Let us
add into this review of Miss America pageant in Atlantic City 1962 at this site.
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and you could ask Miss Fletcher for other more comprehensive footage. I'm sure that she could
collect this for Google.
Please keep a page that is about this date and pageant just about THIS pageant. Many of us became
significant leaders in our country. The tribute has been earned.
Diane M. Johnson, Miss Wisconsin, 1962