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Shaw Thing 5

Were Shaw a relative novice when he pitched Catherine Small to Croydon, how did he come by 14 more girls in such a short space of time willing to pose for his particular style of “pin-up” photography? 383 palabras más

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Shaw Thing 4

Between March and August 1963 Shaw had no less than 15 girls in all Town and Country magazines, the aforementioned ones plus Hazel Shaw and Helen Baxter. 521 palabras más

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Shaw Thing 3

In the summer of ’63 there appeared this clutch of Shaw ladies: Mitzi McLean, Morag Cunningham, April Johnstone, Wendy Hughes, Margaret McLennan, Elizabeth Ritchie and Anne Crossan. 186 palabras más

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Shaw Thing 2

As 1963 unfolded Shaw was in full swing. Next up was Annette French, a step up from the two Catherines, who made her debut in (by my calculation) the April 1963 edition of Span. 381 palabras más

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Shaw Thing 1

I said I would soon return to our friend Shaw so here we go. At the risk of seeming fixated I would argue (and I apologise to all the Howardites) Shaw was far and away the most significant contributor to Spick and Span, despite being active for only a relatively short period in their 20-year-or-so existence, and is therefore worthy of this continuing discussion. 356 palabras más

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