This bifold is centered around the life of Josephine Baker in the time before, during, and after World War II. The front page explores Josephine as a showgirl. Her life in France as a house-hold name, known for her stage presence. The inside spread chronicles how Josephine used her status to spy on high-ranking German officials during the war. Her public persona was what gave her the opportunity to uncover top-secret information. After the war, she was presented with numerous awards. The recognition of Josephine Baker by the country of France is represented on the back page. All together, the bifold uses color, line, and type to symbolize Josephine as a celebrity, an undercover spy, and a significant person of honor.