1936 Miss America Pageant
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Rose Coyle, Miss Philadelphia, was named Miss America 1936, after a talent performance that was so popular, she was allowed to follow with an encore.
Rose Coyle, Miss Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, a 5'6" tall twenty-two-year-old brunette, won the 1936 Miss America pageant. She was the second Miss Philadelphia to win the title.
Widowed, she later married Robert Dingler, an executive. She died in 1988.
Sources: *Miss America organization
Note: Results prior to 1936 are incomplete. Placement Key: BR=Bather's Review | MP=Most Popular | F=Finalist | EG=Evening Gown Award | T=Talent Award | BM= Best Model | S=Swimsuit Award | MC=Miss Congeniality | QL=Quality of Life Award
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