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    Women Children And Cigarettes. Part III


    Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


    Naturally, it is important that a baby learn the right habits. This woman demonstrates that smoking is wrong for babies. From a series of images parodying womens lifestyle and beauty magazines. (Photo by Jacobsen/Getty Images). 1955




    Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


    Barbara French lights her cigarette with the smallest ever gas lighter at the International Watch and Jewellery Trade Fair, Albert Hall, London. The lighter, solid gold with a set diamond, is designed by Norman Hartnell. (Photo by Ron Case/Getty Images). 1959




    Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


    Italian actress Sophia Loren accepting a light at the Turin flower show. (Photo by Keystone Features/Getty Images). April 1961




    Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


    Teenagers smoking in a cafe. (Photo by Evening Standard/Getty Images). 1960




    Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


    Smoking four cigarettes at once. From a series of images parodying womens lifestyle and beauty magazines. (Photo by Jacobsen/Getty Images). 1955




    Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


    Chairman of the BSA company, Sir Bernard Docker and his socialite wife Lady Docker at their country home in Hampshire, 23rd June 1956. (Photo by Bert Hardy/Picture Post/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)




    Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


    A woman smoking in Newcastle. (Photo by Kurt Hutton/Picture Post/Getty Images). 19th March 1955




    Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


    Aspiring actress Jean turns to drink to drown her sorrows after another unsuccessful day looking for work in New York. (Photo by Three Lions/Getty Images). Circa 1955




    Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


    A man and woman bask in the sea, the man smoking a cigarette and reading a newspaper and the woman eating tea and biscuits. They are able to do this thanks to a pair of buoyant inflatable sea-suits. (Photo by Hans Meyer/BIPs/Getty Images). 18th October 1955




    Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


    A theatre chorus girl smoking a cigarette in an elegant holder. (Photo by John Chillingworth/Picture Post/Getty Images). 1954




    Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


    A woman modelling a dress and smoking a cigarette. (Photo by Chaloner Woods/Getty Images). 23rd February 1953




    Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


    A teenage girl smoking a marijuana [reefer] in New York. (Photo by Keystone Features/Getty Images). June 1953




    Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


    A young boy at the Burgess Hill school of self expression smokes a cigarette and plays on a scooter while a classmate reads. (Photo by Keystone Features/Getty Images). February 1962




    Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


    Spanish fashion model, Teresita Montes, sister of the film star Maria Montes, sitting under a Parisian beauty salons hairdryer smoking a cigarette. (Photo by Serge Berton/BIPs/Getty Images). October 1955




    Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


    A woman smoking a long cigarette which she has constructed using a rolling machine. (Photo by BIPS/Getty Images). April 1953




    Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


    Model Bonnie Sharie uses a long cigarette holder with an unusual wine glass attachment. (Photo by Jacobsen /Three Lions/Getty Images). Circa 1955




    Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


    A Romany boy smoking at the wedding of a young Romany beauty. (Photo by Three Lions/Getty Images). Circa 1955




    Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


    An old woman from New Guinea wearing red ochre across her cheeks and smoking a cigarette. (Photo by Three Lions/Getty Images). Circa 1955




    Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


    A member of a teenage girl gang lying in bed smoking a cigarette. (Photo by Vecchio/Three Lions/Getty Images). Circa 1955




    Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


    A young woman lighting a cigarette as she sits on a New York park bench at night. (Photo by Three Lions/Getty Images). Circa 1957




    Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


    Drinking and smoking in the Mannequin Club. (Photo by Vagn Hansen/BIPs/Getty Images). 1956




    Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


    Queen Elizabeth II holding a camera at the Olympic Horse Trials at Badminton, whilst Princess Margaret (1930–2002) sits behind her, smoking a cigarette and watching the action. Also in the group is Group Captain Peter Townsend (left). (Photo by Reg Birkett/Keystone/Getty Images). 13th October 1955



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Women Children And Cigarettes. Part III


Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


Naturally, it is important that a baby learn the right habits. This woman demonstrates that smoking is wrong for babies. From a series of images parodying womens lifestyle and beauty magazines. (Photo by Jacobsen/Getty Images). 1955




Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


Barbara French lights her cigarette with the smallest ever gas lighter at the International Watch and Jewellery Trade Fair, Albert Hall, London. The lighter, solid gold with a set diamond, is designed by Norman Hartnell. (Photo by Ron Case/Getty Images). 1959




Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


Italian actress Sophia Loren accepting a light at the Turin flower show. (Photo by Keystone Features/Getty Images). April 1961




Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


Teenagers smoking in a cafe. (Photo by Evening Standard/Getty Images). 1960




Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


Smoking four cigarettes at once. From a series of images parodying womens lifestyle and beauty magazines. (Photo by Jacobsen/Getty Images). 1955




Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


Chairman of the BSA company, Sir Bernard Docker and his socialite wife Lady Docker at their country home in Hampshire, 23rd June 1956. (Photo by Bert Hardy/Picture Post/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)




Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


A woman smoking in Newcastle. (Photo by Kurt Hutton/Picture Post/Getty Images). 19th March 1955




Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


Aspiring actress Jean turns to drink to drown her sorrows after another unsuccessful day looking for work in New York. (Photo by Three Lions/Getty Images). Circa 1955




Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


A man and woman bask in the sea, the man smoking a cigarette and reading a newspaper and the woman eating tea and biscuits. They are able to do this thanks to a pair of buoyant inflatable sea-suits. (Photo by Hans Meyer/BIPs/Getty Images). 18th October 1955




Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


A theatre chorus girl smoking a cigarette in an elegant holder. (Photo by John Chillingworth/Picture Post/Getty Images). 1954




Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


A woman modelling a dress and smoking a cigarette. (Photo by Chaloner Woods/Getty Images). 23rd February 1953




Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


A teenage girl smoking a marijuana [reefer] in New York. (Photo by Keystone Features/Getty Images). June 1953




Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


A young boy at the Burgess Hill school of self expression smokes a cigarette and plays on a scooter while a classmate reads. (Photo by Keystone Features/Getty Images). February 1962




Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


Spanish fashion model, Teresita Montes, sister of the film star Maria Montes, sitting under a Parisian beauty salons hairdryer smoking a cigarette. (Photo by Serge Berton/BIPs/Getty Images). October 1955




Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


A woman smoking a long cigarette which she has constructed using a rolling machine. (Photo by BIPS/Getty Images). April 1953




Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


Model Bonnie Sharie uses a long cigarette holder with an unusual wine glass attachment. (Photo by Jacobsen /Three Lions/Getty Images). Circa 1955




Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


A Romany boy smoking at the wedding of a young Romany beauty. (Photo by Three Lions/Getty Images). Circa 1955




Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


An old woman from New Guinea wearing red ochre across her cheeks and smoking a cigarette. (Photo by Three Lions/Getty Images). Circa 1955




Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


A member of a teenage girl gang lying in bed smoking a cigarette. (Photo by Vecchio/Three Lions/Getty Images). Circa 1955




Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


A young woman lighting a cigarette as she sits on a New York park bench at night. (Photo by Three Lions/Getty Images). Circa 1957




Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


Drinking and smoking in the Mannequin Club. (Photo by Vagn Hansen/BIPs/Getty Images). 1956




Women, Children And Cigarettes. Part III


Queen Elizabeth II holding a camera at the Olympic Horse Trials at Badminton, whilst Princess Margaret (1930–2002) sits behind her, smoking a cigarette and watching the action. Also in the group is Group Captain Peter Townsend (left). (Photo by Reg Birkett/Keystone/Getty Images). 13th October 1955



PART I

PART II



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