Art: Pleasing Paul

. . . Most of us believe that these beautiful ladies lived in a world of sweetness and leisure. On the contrary, their nerves were strained by 52 weeks of routs, jours, fashionable events of all sorts and by problems of a private nature. Their moods, which hinged on the more or less tolerable torment of the tightly laced corset . . . were feverish, stormy, or even worse.

Thus last week was introduced a benefit art show of some of the glamor girls of the turn of the century. Given by Manhattan's Coordinating...

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