‘Forgetting the roar of the city for the roll of the surf’, these Sydneysiders relaxed beside Bondi’s promenade, before the surfing season had begun. TheSydney Morning Herald (13 November 1939) commented on the varied appearance of sun seekers before December.
That even tan, however, which is almost a uniform for young Australians in the summer months, is for all but a few, in the process — mostly painful — of being acquired.
The Brylcreemed gentleman in the centre is not only sporting a dangerously deep tan, but is outrageously attired (for that time) in flowered Hawaiian trunks.
6 October 1940
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