My wish for the Loveliest of the Plains Redux is starting to come true: They’re getting in touch. And they’re sending in the original photos.
So once again and for the very first time, here is Oct. 10, 1968 Loveliest Melissa Melton in “A Constructive View of Haley Center.” Click to enlarge.
Pardon the weird age spots (on the photo), but if those legs (she totally could have been a contender) don’t deserve a redundant post, I don’t know what does. (I know she’s old enough to be the sister of my mom’s college roommate—she is the sister of my mom’s college roommate. What’s your point?)
Check out our growing Loveliest of the Plains archives. And if you were Lovely, do get in touch.
Previously: Brenda Johnson in Bunnies in the Bushes—April, 1969
Related: Haley Center confuses students for the first time.
* Brian VanGorder, 1978
* Auburn-educated astronaut wanted ‘War Eagle’ to be first words on the moon
* Smithsonian Magazine photographs kid in Auburn hat at Texas prom
* The WiFi Network Names of Auburn
* Auburn’s Legend of Zelda
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Jeremy!!!! you were supposed to finish the photoshopping to get rid of the glue stains that bled thru!!!!!! :p