Frolic magazine, October 1958.

I had no idea Anna Nicole Smith had been posing since the late fifties.

“Frolic” had even fewer pretenses  than the other mags described so far; nothing but pictures and ads. The story about shooting your own pin-ups did have some practical advice, such as “use light” and “film comes in handy.” It’s just an excuse for cheesecake, and there’s more of that in this book than in a New York deli case.

The “Sirens who lead a double life” concerns models who appear under other names with different hair colors. After paging through “Frolic” you can understand why. I'd want to assume a different species, and go from there.

Some safe-for-work examples of the Frolic gals follow.