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Cover Girl To Teach Glamor In Hollywood
Anita Colby Quits Manhattan Modeling Chores To Take Post of 'Feminine Director' In Charge of Grooming Careless and Sloppy Movie Lovelies
The Hartford Courant (1923-1991) - Hartford, Conn.
Author: Shaffer, Rosalind
Date: Jun 18, 1944
Start Page: A7
Pages: 1
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Hollywood. -- (AP.) -- Holywood, always feeling a rivalry with New York on a dozen counts, has surrendered by importing an arbiter of elegance to help Hollywood beauties achieve that well crowned, stylish look characteristic of Gotham glamour girls.

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