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Vintage Black Beauties And Pin-Ups From The 1970s (2) So Fine And All Mine

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commonman80
25 Oct 2018

Watch Part 1: https://youtu.be/VKcJCvsZHzY
Part 3: https://youtu.be/X-VNoCguXvw
Part 4: https://youtu.be/KiRAVzfuu6M
Part 5: https://youtu.be/1SH1qw9XzhM

Coming Soon "NO LYE: AN AMERICAN BEAUTY STORY

Jet magazine published its first pin-up, also known as the “Beauty of the Week”, on November 27, 1952 with a black-and-white centerfold of bikini-clad dancer Dolores Harper.

The pin-up section was an instant hit with male and female readers alike, with everyone from aspiring actresses and flight attendants, to teachers and secretaries submitting pictures for consideration.

As the sixties drew to a close, the Jet magazine pin-up section changed from a centerfold to a single page then went full-color in the fall of 1970.


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Video produced by Block Starz Music Television

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