Tiger Lady : Stock Photo
Air Stewardess Cynthia Robertson models the new uniform for National Airlines. A synthetic tiger skin number, the new uniform will be worn by over 1000 stewardesses. In her arms is an eight week old Bengal tiger called 'Indira'.


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Tiger Lady

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Air Stewardess Cynthia Robertson models the new uniform for National Airlines. A synthetic tiger skin number, the new uniform will be worn by over 1000 stewardesses. In her arms is an eight week old Bengal tiger called 'Indira'.
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