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Hugh Hefner’s Little Black Book Goes On Display in Chicago

3 years agoNews : NewsFeed

It’s the book that launched a thousand teenage fantasies. Hugh Hefner’s “Little Black Book,” filled with names, phone numbers and observations on scores of women, goes on display today at the Chicago History Museum. The display is a part of the museum’s Unexpected Chicago exhibit, which showcases items from the institution’s collection of 22 million [...]
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