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Evening Star, Washington DC, December 16, 1852

It is revolting often to see grown men fingering around one’s wife’s, daughter’s, or sister’s ankles, fitting on boots and shoes, and discoursing about the “excellence of the foot,” or “beauty of the shape,” &c.

Three marine women on leave, Frankie Miller, Margaret Muir and Nora Smith, Coronado, California, August 1945

The Daily Republican, Pennsylvania, April 3, 1883

“She was the last of the half-dozen. The lord be praised.”

Oakland Tribune, California, November 25, 1928

The anxious wife inquires if she should meekly relinquish her rights and step aside in favor of philandering relative

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