How is a self-published booklet entitled “Memo-Prop” connected to the 1950s child star who played the beloved character Eloise?
What could be more fun than play cigarettes? For decades, smoking was not only socially acceptable, so was providing toy cigarettes to children so they could pretend to be just like mummy and daddy.
We fell in love with this vintage photograph of a beautiful ventriloquist performing in a fabulous formal dress with her dummy. We knew we had to give this photo a home. And find out the story behind the image.