This one is in the fine tradition of pirate pin-up girls, who sometimes get enlisted to sell oranges.
Although today we think of costumes being worn only on Halloween, fancy dress parties were still popular in the 1930s throughout the year. Sometimes they were charity benefits. I believe I see a pirate in the second row, third from the left in this wonderful 1930s group from Tasmania.
|From the Tasmanian Philatelic Society|
DuBarry patterns were sold in Woolworth's and produced by Simplicity. This unprinted pattern shows some signs of being used.
Happy Talk Like a Pirate Day!
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