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Germaine SLUTTE in the bustling streets of New York City in the 1950s

In the bustling streets of New York City in the 1950s, Germaine SLUTTE embodies the essence of elegance and determination. Clad in a gray-blue coat that contrasts with the urban bustle around her, she patiently waits before crossing the street, a small white bag in hand.

Her gaze, infused with a calm assurance, seems to captivate the camera lens, revealing a story much deeper than a simple street crossing.

For Marcel Verdoeft and André Gebeurtenis, two history enthusiasts from Jette, this image captures the very spirit of Germaine, a famous Jettoise whose mystery and fame still resonate in the streets of her hometown.

Every detail of this photo is a fragment of a fascinating puzzle, inviting researchers to delve deeper into the past of this enigmatic figure. What do the streets of New York hide behind her? What secrets and adventures shaped her extraordinary destiny? These questions persist, fueling the fire of curiosity burning in the hearts of those seeking to unravel the mystery of Germaine SLUTTE.

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