People: Golden Moments

Lolling in his Cuban farmhouse, dressed only in shorts and a highball, Ernest Hemingway posed as a hairy-chested prop for a fashion picture in Vogue. Referring to him as "a famous presence in Cuba," the caption was mostly concerned with the model's lavender silk get-up and straw shoes.

Guest of honor at a Manhattan exhibition of her late husband's pompadoured beauties: Mrs. Charles Dana Gibson, 77. Dressed in a trim dark suit draped with orchids, the "Original Gibson Girl" posed before a portrait drawn of her half a century ago.

Believing that "a woman past 35 needs a man's company all the...

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