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  • Sandra Bateman

    The Marvelettes in 1960's...OMG, those hair bows!!!

  • Victoria Anne

    The Marvelettes with big hair and bows, 1960s.

  • Danielle Walsh

    This girl group is sporting the classic Jackie Kennedy Bouffant style. With striped sweaters and a straight skirt. The youth of the 1960's wore shorter skirts (knee length).

  • Shonna Luten

    The Marvelettes Motown's first successful female vocal group, the Marvelettes are most notable for recording the companies first US #1 pop hit, "Please Mr. Postman", and for setting the precedent for later Motown girl groups such as Martha and the Vandellas and The Supremes. During their eight-year run on the Billboard charts, the group scored nineteen top forty American R&B singles and ten top forty American pop singles. Of these hits, three were top ten pop singles and nine were top ten R&B singles, and one, "Please Mr. Postman," was number one on both charts.

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