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Hollywood starlet arrives to participate in National Airmail Week. Washington, D.C., May 15. Miss Marion Weldon, Paramount starlet, waves a greeting to the throng as she arrived at Washington Airport today to participate in National Airmail Week as a representative of the film city. Miss Weldon was selected for the honor by the 22 pilots and stunt men who appeared with her in the forthcoming Paramount technicolor production "Men with Wings," 5/15/38

Hollywood starlet arrives to participate in National Airmail Week. Washington, D.C., May 15. Miss Marion Weldon, Paramount starlet, waves a greeting to the throng as she arrived at Washington Airport today to participate in National Airmail Week as a representative of the film city. Miss Weldon was selected for the honor by the 22 pilots and stunt men who appeared with her in the forthcoming Paramount technicolor production "Men with Wings," 5/15/38

 
 

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