This image provided by the MTA courtesy of the New York Transit Museum shows Maureen Walsh, who appeared on placards in the New York City subways from Feb.– Aug. 1968 in the “Meet Miss Subways” campaign that ran for 35 years as eye candy to bring attention to other advertisements in New York’s transit system. "Meet Miss Subways: New York's Beauty Queens 1941-76," is now an exhibition at the New York Transit Museum running Oct. 23-March 25, and a companion book of the same name with current-day photos of the women. (AP Photo/ MTA courtesy of the New York Transit Museum)

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This image provided by the MTA courtesy of the New York Transit Museum shows  Maureen Walsh, who appeared on placards in the New York City subways from  Feb.– Aug. 1968 in the “Meet Miss Subways” campaign that ran for 35 years as eye candy to bring attention to other advertisements in New York’s transit system. "Meet Miss Subways: New York's Beauty Queens 1941-76," is now an exhibition at the New York Transit Museum running Oct. 23-March 25, and a companion book of the same name with current-day photos of the women. (AP Photo/ MTA courtesy of the New York Transit Museum)
This image provided by the MTA courtesy of the New York Transit Museum shows Maureen Walsh, who appeared on placards in the New York City subways from Feb.– Aug. 1968 in the “Meet Miss Subways” campaign that ran for 35 years as eye candy to bring attention to other advertisements in New York’s transit system. "Meet Miss Subways: New York's Beauty Queens 1941-76," is now an exhibition at the New York Transit Museum running Oct. 23-March 25, and a companion book of the same name with current-day photos of the women. (AP Photo/ MTA courtesy of the New York Transit Museum)
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