Origin of Gibson girl
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I have since learned that some of the most virulent germs are to be found in the mouths of young ladies of the “Gibson-girl” type.Confessions of a Neurasthenic
William Taylor Marrs
"woman considered stylish late 1890s and early 1900s," 1901, named for U.S. artist and illustrator Charles Dana Gibson (1867-1944), whose main model was his wife, Irene Langhorne (1873-1956). The Gibson cocktail (attested by 1914) is in some stories ascribed to him, but the origin of that term is unknown.