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  • Jen Mueller

    Miss X Ray and runners up. Lol. I think I'M Miss X-Ray!

  • Julie Cordner

    Chiropractor Beauty Contest, LIFE Magazine, 1956 (photo by Wallace Kirkland)

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    SEXY Vintage BEAUTY XRAY Photo WEIRD Crazy GIRL Freaky ODD Pic Image Bizarre Y41

  • Shara Martin

    Chiropractor Beauty Contest, Wallace Kirkland, 1956. An inner beauty contest. "Your sternum is dope!"

  • Nancy German

    Chiropractic Beauty Pageant, 1956. “Miss Beautiful Spine”

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