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Re: scent

In a message dated 12/24/2003 3:50:13 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
jesserenebell@hotmail.com writes:

> O.K. on this subject....does ANYBODY on this list remember 'Evening in 
> Paris' perfume..in a cobalt blue bottle?  My grandmother always had it on 
> her dresser.  I just loved it.  And my mother wore 'White Shoulders' for 
> years.  And then....the 60's hit....

0h yes, that was a standard - and the dusting powder.  I think I was given 
six boxes of it for high school graduation gifts - but Taboo was much racier.  
We're talking about 40s here - not 60s.

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