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Joyce Carpati on Staircase

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Joyce Carpati.
Photographed by Ari Seth Cohen for Advanced Style.
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Joyce Carpati.

Photographed by Ari Seth Cohen for Advanced Style.

Joyce Carpati in Karen Walker Sunglasses

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Joyce Carpati in Karen Walker sunglasses.
Photographed by Ari Seth Cohen for Advanced Style.
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Joyce Carpati in Karen Walker sunglasses.


Photographed by Ari Seth Cohen for Advanced Style.

Joyce Carpati

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Joyce Carpati holds a Chanel purse.
Photographed by Ari Seth Cohen for Advanced Style.
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Joyce Carpati holds a Chanel purse.

Photographed by Ari Seth Cohen for Advanced Style.

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Shari Lewis, 1957

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Puppeteer and producer Shari Lewis with Lamb Chop and Charley Horse in a publicity photo from October, 1957.
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Puppeteer and producer Shari Lewis with Lamb Chop and Charley Horse in a publicity photo from October, 1957.

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