1950’s Playing Card
"Ojos Verdes" by Alberto Carmona 1945
Enriqueta (Rikki) Caceres (left) and Alice Gonzalez Morales in San Pedro, c. 1935 (via)
Illustration by Flory c. 1940’s
RC Cola advertisement c. 1940’s
Vintage pin-up illustrations featuring Ladies of Mexico c. 1940’s- 1950’s
“Señorita Rio" was the code-name given to popular Hispanic-American film actress Rita Farrar (real name: Consuela Maria Ascencion De Las Vegas), as she spied on against Axis agents in Central and South American countries during World War II.
Based on real-life actress and World War II pin-up queen Rita Hayworth (whose real name was Margarita Carmen Cansino), Señorita Rio started as a backup feature in Fight Comics #19 in 1942, and took over the cover slot as of #37 for a year.
After that, she remained as a backup, at least, until #71 came out in 1951, as the series ended with her retiring from espionage and returned full-time to her acting career. (via)
Actress and model Laurette Luez c. 1940’s
“Waiting For The Male” by D’amario 1940’s