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Loveliest of the Plains—Hook, Line, Sinker

There were plenty of Loveliests with fishing poles. But Anne Wilson, the subject of our second installment of The Loveliest of the Plains (Redux), is the only one who we know for sure was wearing underwear. Thanks for that, Barton Perry.

From the front page of the Jan. 23, 1952 Plainsman:

That’s what happens when you use cheesecake for bait, Anne.

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