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Photos: The 1940s World War II Era Ball was a direct hit


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Men in fedoras and women in pencil skirts took over the

Boulder County Airport

Saturday night for the fifth annual

1940s Era World War II Ball

. Guests danced the night away to '40s swing music as vintage airplanes from the period helped set the mood. To top the night off, guests even competed in a pin-up contest.

Westword photographer Christopher Morgan had no problem finding people willing to pose for a quick snapshot in their best '40s fashions. To see all of the photos, visit the 1940s WWII Era Ball slide show, and keep reading for a few highlights.

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For more photos, visit our full 1940s WWII Era Ball slide show.


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