If Jamie Dimon needs to resurrect the original JP Morgan for help squelching the negative effects of today’s big losses, look no further! We have him, and in multiple outfits, too.
J. Pierpont Morgan in V.F. paper doll form, from the September 1933 issue.

If Jamie Dimon needs to resurrect the original JP Morgan for help squelching the negative effects of today’s big losses, look no further! We have him, and in multiple outfits, too.

J. Pierpont Morgan in V.F. paper doll form, from the September 1933 issue.

So, Halloween:
We’ve settled on Hemingway—but which Hemingway, readers? Lost Generation Hemingway does come with imbibable props. But Toreador Hemingway looks warm.
Ernest Hemingway paper dolls, from March 1934’s Vanity Fair. Clockwise from bottom left: “Ernie as the Unknown Soldier; Ernie as the Lost Generation; Ernie as Isaac Walton; Ernie as Don Jose, the Toreador.” Center: “Ernie, the Neanderthal Man.” Illustration by Constantin Alajalov.

So, Halloween:

We’ve settled on Hemingway—but which Hemingway, readers? Lost Generation Hemingway does come with imbibable props. But Toreador Hemingway looks warm.

Ernest Hemingway paper dolls, from March 1934’s Vanity Fair. Clockwise from bottom left: “Ernie as the Unknown Soldier; Ernie as the Lost Generation; Ernie as Isaac Walton; Ernie as Don Jose, the Toreador.” Center: “Ernie, the Neanderthal Man.” Illustration by Constantin Alajalov.

“Yes, dear, I’m afraid you’ve contracted the Contagion virus.  From watching the movie, yes.  What can you do about it?  Nothing really—except PANIC.”
Photograph from 1941. Conde Nast Digital Archive.

“Yes, dear, I’m afraid you’ve contracted the Contagion virus.  From watching the movie, yes.  What can you do about it?  Nothing really—except PANIC.”

Photograph from 1941. Conde Nast Digital Archive.

“If only I could let go of this umbrella and reach my spiked watermelon.”
Photograph, from 1954, via Conde Nast Digital Archive.

“If only I could let go of this umbrella and reach my spiked watermelon.”

Photograph, from 1954, via Conde Nast Digital Archive.

“Oooh goodie, GIN.”
Model in 1954; photograph via Condé Nast Archive.

“Oooh goodie, GIN.

Model in 1954; photograph via Condé Nast Archive.

“Anchors aweigh, Fleet Week! Does this hat hide my dance-floor-makeout hair?”
Photograph, 1954, via Condé Nast Digital Archive.

“Anchors aweigh, Fleet Week! Does this hat hide my dance-floor-makeout hair?”

Photograph, 1954, via Condé Nast Digital Archive.

“Yes, and Alfred—be a darling and don’t scratch the goddamn leather this time.”
Photograph, May 1954, Condé Nast Digital Archive.

“Yes, and Alfred—be a darling and don’t scratch the goddamn leather this time.”

Photograph, May 1954, Condé Nast Digital Archive.