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Bettie Page

Born April 22,1923 in Tennessee, Bettie Page was and is probably one of the most popular pin ups of all times. Her life was a picture of pain and tragedy from the very start, and the end of her career was shrouded in mystery- so much so that she has inspired a movie, as well as more than a few rumors, some of them dark.

At the age of 10, Bettie and her siblings were placed in an orphanage by their mother who could no longer afford to raise them. Bettie did well in school, becoming class Salutatorian and earning a small scholarship to Peabody College. While there, she studied Education, but dreamt of other, bigger things. In 1943, she married Billy Neal. After earning her Bachelor of Arts from Peabody, Page began modeling for extra money. Her first client was a furrier; Bettie modeled the fur coats.

Her marriage ended in 1947, and not long afterward she was named Miss Pinup Girl of the World and also appeared as the centerfold in Playboy magazine. A second marriage in 1958 lasted five years.

Bettie Page had the trademark page boy hair style of the times, but was often seen with longer, more vixenish coifs as well. Her hair was deep black, playing dramatically against her creamy, pale skin.





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