“I’m strictly an enlisted man’s girl.” – Betty Grable “Betty Grable is getting 14,400 fan letters a month, and the number is spurting up by the day. Of this 91 percent is from service men….Betty Grable is fast becoming known around Hollywood as the Pin Up Girl – the star with the most pictures […]
A novelty photo taken in New Chinatown, circa 1943.
“If the public knew me, I wouldn’t be as glamorous as I’m painted, and I wouldn’t be as scatterbrained.” – Lana Turner Source: Kate Holliday (1943) “Well, they didn’t say I shouldn’t get married, but on the other hand, they indicated I’d probably get farther if I stayed single.” — Lana Turner Source: 1939 […]
The Union Station ticket concourse in April 1939, a month before the new station opened. (LAPL 00050779) Downtown’s Union Station in 1939, the year it opened. (Photo: Herman J. Schultheis/LAPL) Two women stand outside in 1939. Photo: Oct. 29, 1943. A vintage view of Union Station. The Atchison, Topeka and Santa […]