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A scenic display, showing A Century of Progress in all its splendor -- the Merry Midway, the Beautiful Buildings, and the Gay Cabarets.
A bevy of Beautiful Girls, Gorgeously Gowned, forming a background for a Two Hour Show of delightful entertainment. Every act, every scene, every artist well worth going many miles to see and hear.
Everybody will want to seeMISS AMERICA, and her World's Fair Revue -- to get a glimpse of A Century of Progress scenically as well as entertainingly expressed.
You see pictured acts that played in Old Mexico, the Streets of Paris, the Blue Ribbon Casino, Hollywood at the Fair, and the open air circus -- The scenes will take you right on the Midway and other places made famous at A Century of Progress.
Don't Wait -- Act Now.
Facts About --
The World's Fair
Over 500,000 World's Fair visitors paid admission to see theMISS AMERICA of 1933 -- the famed beauty in this Company.
Chicago Newspapers gave her 18,000 lines of publicity, including 107 write-ups and 49 pictures.
Newspapers in every city in the United States featured her photograph.
More Radio, Screen, and Stage Stars sawMISS AMERICA in her own theatre on the Midway than any other show on the Midway.
TheMISS AMERICA Show was the only girl show on the Midway that did not fall under the criticism of his Honor Mayor Kelly.
Labor Day 20,000 World's Fair Visitors paid to seeMISS AMERICA of 1933.
Charles Postl, eminent authority of feminine face and figure, pronouncedMISS AMERICA the beauty marvel of the age.
Artists, sculptors, famous producers have been lavish in their praise of this ideal American Girl.
[Redpath Chautauqua Collection, Special Collections Department, University of Iowa Libraries (Iowa City)]