|Vintage Pulp||May 26 2015|
According to our sources (the Pulp Intl. girlfriends), both white and red carnations typically symbolize strong affection toward the recipient, so we’re guessing the star of this 1961 Corp. A. Fox. Technicolor lithograph was well loved. The print is entitled Annette, but even with a first name supplied to us we still have no idea who the Kate Uptonesque model is. However, it isn’t hard to imagine that she was famous in her day, so we throw this one to the readership—anyone out there recognize her?
Update: We're nothing if not relentless around here. She's named Annette Casir and she was from, depending on the source, Denmark, Sweden, or Holland. The photo below shows her in a another pose from the same session.