Miriam Miller in a Box
Miriam Miller as “The Blue Law Girl” appearing in a show at the Hippodrome, 1921.
New York, New York 1921 Hippodrome dancer Miriam Miller wearing producer Charles Dillingham’s “Blue Laws” solution to the revealing costumes currently worn on stage. She is “The Blue Law Girl The Blue Law Girl is a photograph by Underwood Archives which was uploaded on October 11th, 2015. (via fineartamerica.com) (img via tumblr)
Patti Waggin (Born Patricia Hardwick in 1926) was a stripper and motor cyclist! What more can a man ask for? Maybe a double act with the luscious Ricki Corvette? That too was a possible wish come true…
“If there’s one word to describe shapely Patti Brownell, it’s excitement. The young lass lives by it–and for it. Into her existence, Patti packs a triple life: During the day, she’s a student at California’s Chico State College: at night she draws tremendous crowds into the cafe where she presents her whiz bang strip act: and on her off moments, Patti is a death-defying motorcyclist. As far as our luscious blue-eyed blonde is concerned, there’s nothing unusual about her life. Patti’s been winning trophies for motorcycle riding since she was 14. She loves the sport.” Read more of her true story here on the selvedgeyard.com