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William C. Bartholomay grins and bears it as Maggie Daley pretends to take his measurements. Bartholomay was to be one of the four first male models at the annual Presbyterian-St. Luke's Fashion Show. The 46th annual show was held on Sept. 27, 1972 in Chicago's Medinah Temple and had a distinct political air about it as wives and daughters of political figures joined the festivities as models. The theme of the show was "Vote for Fashion."
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( Tribune archive / September 15, 1972 )

William C. Bartholomay grins and bears it as Maggie Daley pretends to take his measurements. Bartholomay was to be one of the four first male models at the annual Presbyterian-St. Luke's Fashion Show. The 46th annual show was held on Sept. 27, 1972 in Chicago's Medinah Temple and had a distinct political air about it as wives and daughters of political figures joined the festivities as models. The theme of the show was "Vote for Fashion."

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