Miss Nude America 1969

Miss nude America: Mrs. Peter Boisclair; 22; poses for photographers at Toronto International Airport on her return home after winning Miss Nude America title at Naked City; Ind.; Saturday. In contest she wore shoes; hard hat.

Source: The Salt Lake Tribune (Salt Lake City, Utah)03 Aug 1969, Sun Page 14
     Posted By: Paul - Sat Aug 14, 2021
     Category: Awards, Prizes, Competitions and Contests | Beauty, Ugliness and Other Aesthetic Issues | Burlesque, Exotic Dancing, Stripping and Other Forms of Staged Nakedness | 1960s

Paul, please check the title of this post. Maybe you hit the wrong key because you were excited about seeing her nude?
Posted by Virtual in Carnate on 08/14/21 at 12:14 PM
I'm afraid the article is more confusing than revealing. The fourth paragraph states: "Fourteen contestants competed for the title, parading around an outdoor ring . . ." while the last paragraph says: "The 26 contestants paraded across a stage . . .". The fourth and fifth paragraphs both state they wore helmets, but the sixth fails to list that among the jewelry which supposedly disqualifies them as being nude. (Shoes and hats are technically clothing, rings, watches, etc. are not.)

Since Canada is in North America, Canadians can call themselves Americans (as can Mexicans).

The 'Miss' is problematic. While the winner can be called a 'Hit' and the others a 'Miss,' it could be said she was also a 'Miss' until crowned . . .

I suspect whoever wrote the article was addled by the beauty of nature.
Posted by Phideaux on 08/14/21 at 03:38 PM
D'oh! Thanks Virtual! This is what happens when you create a post at 11:30 PM!
Posted by Paul on 08/14/21 at 06:42 PM
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