In 2015 most people are at last starting to cotton on to the fact that women should not be valued for her appearance.
But in 1946 it seems scrutinising a woman's assets and ignoring her academic achievements was fair game.
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Verna Cox is described as a "pretty little girl" and Rebecca Nelson is said to have a "nice figure".
On the other end of the spectrum Katherine Chavis is called "chubby" and Catherine Cobb is referred to as "plump".
Audrey Roach is passively slut shamed: "Pretty as a picture with a warn Southern accent. Lots of boyfriends."
While Ruby James should be glad she made it to graduation. After all, she's just a dumb blonde: "A pretty blonde with her head in the clouds."
Thank goodness times have changed. (Sort of.)