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Her only job offer: at the Chez Paree nightclub in the Loop, doing a very different kind of dance performance."I wasn't wearing anything," she said."It was economically sound, because I didn't have any money to buy anything."Sally Rand (Oregonian archive)This led to her headlining at the 1933 Chicago World's Fair, where she used her feathered fans and her bubble to make audience members -- and prosecutors from the district attorney's office -- question exactly what they were and weren't seeing. Rand had found an act that was Depression-proof, and she took up touring with her own troupe.
Born Helen Gould Beck to a West Point graduate and a homemaker, Rand had been serious about dance from a young age.
"World's Homeliest Women."So offered The Oregonian in large type on April 16, 1939.
It was, believe it or not, a joke -- rather common humor in that politically incorrect time.
For under the headline stretched a large photo of famed fan dancer Sally Rand and a collection of her "nude-ranch cowgirls." All of the showgirls were, of course, naked -- sorry, -- save for strategically placed hats.
That is, they demanded attention be paid to their physical beauty.
With accuracy."The touring company that employed Rand collapsed -- few people could afford to buy tickets to the ballet anymore.