MARIA, Nebraska (AP) With its glossy cover, an irreverent attitude, and a penchant for the odd, the Viva women magazine was a fixture of the 1940s in Omaha, where a young woman named Gloria Rivetty lived and worked as a model and photographer.
In 1952, her publisher died and she was left in a widow’s home.
She never found a job in the modeling world and was desperate to find a publisher.
The last issue she published was in 1975.
The magazine survived the Great Depression but faded into oblivion, leaving Gloria alone and struggling to find another publisher.
Gloria RIVETTY was a woman of many talents.
In a time when the only way to be noticed was to be the most famous woman in the country, she was known for her skill at making herself look good.
But when the recession hit, the magazine’s circulation dwindled.
Gloria’s work was no longer seen as a success, and in her final years she struggled to find her voice and found solace in her writing.
Gloria lived to see another publication, The Vivo Women’s, start in the 1970s and continue to thrive in Omaha and throughout the Midwest.
Gloria survived the Depression but was also in a long struggle with her mental health and her marriage.
She died of cancer in 1993 at age 76.
The Vivian Women’s magazine was founded in the early 1950s by a woman named Rose Riveterty and published in Omaha.
Today, it is one of the most successful and influential women’s publications in the United States, and its success is reflected in the magazines success.
But in the late 1980s, as the recession worsened and as the publication lost its way, Gloria was forced to go into hiding.
Today the magazine is part of a publishing family that includes The VIVIAN and Viva, both of which have been in operation for more than 60 years.
It is also one of four women’s organizations that is part-owned by the family of the late publisher, Rita J. Rivets, who died in 2011 at age 91.
Gloria and Rita Riveted had many stories to tell, but they also had one big idea.
Rita Rivelyt wanted to create a magazine that would appeal to a broad audience of women, young and old, and to that end, she created the Vivo women’s edition, which was published in 1967 and has been a best seller for more years than most.
It was an era when women of all backgrounds and interests were able to publish their work, even when the publication had to shut down.
But as Gloria Rivert put it, she felt like she was just “another girl” who was getting in the way of her own dreams.
The first issue was published and sold out.
The following issue was printed in 1970 and sold 1.7 million copies.
The next issue was released in 1972 and sold 7,200 copies.
Today Gloria and her husband, Robert Riveta, run The Viverity Women’s and Vivians magazines, and the Rivetes own a publishing house in Omaha that also publishes the Vivias newest publication, a magazine called Viva.
Gloria was the one who pushed the magazine forward in the 1950s and 1960s.
But today, the magazines influence and impact has shifted dramatically, as women of every age and background have found themselves in the spotlight.
Gloria helped create a movement that is growing and that is changing the way we view the world, says Rita Riverts daughter, Susan Rivett.
“It is very important to me that we see Gloria’s story as a woman’s story,” she said.
Gloria said her mother’s life story was always one of survival and it was her job to keep the magazine going.
She had to deal with the recession, which led her to look for a publisher in order to continue to keep her work alive.
She was also forced to write a lot of articles, some of which she wrote in her own words.
And that is where the inspiration came from.
She didn’t just write about herself, but also her work.
That was one of her most important skills in the magazine, says Susan Rivertt.
Gloria did so many things for the magazine.
She wrote about her personal experiences, and she would write articles about other women’s stories.
She also wrote about other people’s lives.
Gloria often had a lot to say about her own life.
When I first started to write about my mother, I didn’t realize how much I would have to say to people about my father, said Rita RIVERTS daughter.
She said the first thing she wanted to do was write about her father and her family.
“She was a good, hardworking woman,” she says.
“When she died, she left behind a legacy of books