I photographed this illustration because of the color picture of a 1930s bellhop’s uniform, but the caption is just so good I have to share it:
Illustration by John La Gatta, Ladies’ Home Journal, January 1936
Peter was a bellhop; Jinny an heiress. But . . . Ladies’ Home Journal, Jan. 1936
Filed under 1930s, Old Advertisements & Popular Culture, Uncategorized, Uniforms and Work Clothes
Tagged as 1930s bellhop, 1930s illustration, 1930s work uniform, 30s bellboy uniform, 30s bellhop uniform, bellboy uniform, bellhop uniform, Evelyn Murray Campbell, hotel employee uniform, John La Gatta, Ladies' Home Journal, love match, thirties bellboy uniform, thirties bellhop uniform
So, did you read the story? Please say they lived happily ever after!
OK — they lived happily ever after. (No, I didn’t read the story, but I think that’s a safe bet.)
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