Outtakes from Life Magazine Profile on Betty Fulton: Student at the Maryland Institute, 1938

From the 1938 issue: "Youth Tell Their Story". Betty Fulton was considered the "Rich Girl" and attended the Maryland Institute. "She had fourteen pairs of shoes and 13 dresses, suits and coats. She lived in a twelve room house on Somerset Road, and road to school in the family Packard. She loves the movies, attends the theater, adores the opera. She is proud of the money she makes from modeling, though she does it mainly for fun. She is not averse to a career for herself."

Fourteen pairs of shoes line Betty's closet at night. She has 13 dresses, suits, and coats costing from $20 to $100
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