Thursday, December 24, 2009

Merry Christmas, Glam Girls!

Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas, a belated Happy Hanukkah, Cool Kwanzaa and joyous Yule. Whichever holiday you celebrate, I hope your days are filled with family, friends, and love.

Recycled from last year, here is a Christmas Pin-Up Cavalcade for your enjoyment:

Cover of Snappy Stories, 1920s
Artist: Enoch Bolles

Cover of Film Fun, Jan 1928
Artist: Enoch Bolles

Cover of Film Fun, Jan 1929
Artist: Enoch Bolles

Cover of Film Fun, Jan 1930
Artist: Enoch Bolles

Cover of Film Fun, Jan 1931
Artist: Enoch Bolles

Cover of Film Fun, Jan 1937
Artist: Enoch Bolles

"Personally, I'm willing to close my eyes to
Reverend Thornton's methods — after all,
the basket fund has already doubled last
year's record."
Cartoon in Esquire, 1939
Artist: E Simms Campbell

Cover of Film Fun, Jan 1940
Artist: Enoch Bolles

Artist: Al Buell (1948?)

Artist: Alberto Vargas

December 1945 Esquire Calendar page
Artist: Alberto Vargas

Artist: Alberto Vargas

Artist: Gil Elvgren, 1950

Artist: Gil Elvgren, 1955



Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas for you too!

m said...

i just recentley discovered this, and i adore your blog.
Merry Christmas au toi aussi!

Levinson Axelrod said...

Love pin up girl style! These are really cute.

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