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Miss America 1976

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Miss America 1976

Miss America 1976
Date September 6, 1975
Presenters Phyllis George
Venue Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, New Jersey
Broadcaster NBC
Winner Tawny Godin
New York

Miss America 1976, the 49th Miss America, pageant, was held at the Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey on September 6, 1975, and broadcast on NBC.


  • Miss America : Tawny Godin (Miss New York)
  • First runner-up: Susan Lawrence (Miss North Carolina)
  • Second runner-up: Janet Carr (Miss California)
  • Third runner-up: Susan Banks (Miss Ohio)
  • Fourth runner-up: Stacey Petersen (Miss Arizona)
  • Semi-finalists: Ann Schmalzried (Miss Florida), Cyndi Legler (Miss Indiana), Cynthia Mary Carpenter (Miss Massachusetts), Cyndi Anthony (Miss South Carolina), and Mary Ellen Richardson (Miss Texas).
  • Preliminary Swimsuit winners: Janet Carr (Miss California), Paula Denise Roach (Miss Arkansas), and Debra Jean Cusick (Miss Rhode Island).
  • Preliminary Talent winners: Cynthia Mary Carpenter (Miss Massachusetts), Diane Lynn Pacini (Miss Montana), and Susan Kay Banks (Miss Ohio).

External links

  • Miss America official website
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