February 1952

Tattooing

Volume 35, Issue 2

There's more to getting skin decal than meets the eye. People have been getting needled for centuries and the custom is still going strong

FOUR decades ago husky Dutch Hill left Arizona to follow a flamboyant profession that has since carried him through half the ports of the world. In that period of time, Mr. Hill has developed a businessman's aversion to Marines. He calls them "Gung Ho's." Right now, Dutch Hill has set up shop in Washington, D.C., but his opinion of Marines hasn't altered in the least.

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