Vanity Fair - February 1934
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Item #: 12500500912A
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8" x 10" without border
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Published February 1, 1934
Champion tennis player Helen Jacobs won 10 Grand Slam titles from 1932 to 1936, including the women's singles title at Wimbledon in 1936. She was second only to Helen Wills Moody, whom Jacobs defeated when Moody had a serious back injury, earning Jacobs the nickname 'Queen Helen II' in the press. Jacobs left the sport in the early 1940s to join the war effort and enlisted in the Navy. Photograph by Horst P. Horst in the February 1934 Vanity Fair.
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