Everyone has a Adam's Apple- every man every woman has one. Touch your Adam's Apple with your finger. You are actually touching your larynx- this is your voice box it contains your vocal chords. When you consider your Adam's Apple, you are considering your throat your vocal chords.
The woman featured in this ad is Babs Shanton (1912-??). Shanton was one of the Ziegfeld Follies performers in the late 1930s. She performed with the Lucky Strike Dance Orchestra, also known as “The Hit Parade” Variety Show. The ad was printed in many journals, including TIME magazine. A letter to the editor of TIME read: “Sirs: To many a reader of TIME, by far the most attractive item in the May 21 issue was an excellent photograph of the brown-eyed, attractive Lucky Strike girl which graced the back cover. In the minds of some such readers arose the question: ‘Did the Scot Tissue Towels ad on p. 53 employ the same model?’” The response to the question was a resounding yes, and explained that Shanton was a model for the John Robert Powers agency. Shanton traveled to the United States from Puerto Rico at the age of 10, arriving in Ellis Island in 1922.
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