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Miss International 1961

Miss International 1961
Date July 28, 1961
Venue Long Beach, California, USA
Entrants 52
Placements 15
Debuts Burma, Guatemala, Ireland, Madagascar, New Zealand, Panama, Scotland, Tunisia, Wales
Withdraws Borneo, Indonesia, Jordan, Poland, Portugal, Singapore, South Pacific
Winner Stam van Baer
 Holland
Congeniality Mónica Moore Davie
 Uruguay
Photogenic Constance van Baer
 Holland

Miss International 1961, the second Miss International beauty pageant was held at Long Beach, California, United States on July 28, 1961. 52 contestants competed for the pageant. Finally, Stam van Baer from Holland was crowned as Miss International 1961 by outgoing titleholder, Stella Marquez from Colombia.

Final Results

Final Results Contestant
Miss International 1961
1st runner-up
  •  Brazil - Vera Brauner Menezes
2nd runner-up
  •  Spain - Maria Cervera Fernández
3rd runner-up
4th runner-up
  •  Iceland - Sigrun Ragnarsdóttir
Semi-Finalist

Special awards

Awards Contestant
Miss Photogenic
Miss Friendship
Most Popular Girl

Preliminary Competition Awards

Awards Contestant
Playsuit
Evening Gown
  • Day 1:  Canada - Edna Dianne MacVicar
  • Day 2:  Iceland - Sigrun Ragnarsdóttir
  • Day 3:  Paraguay - Gladys Fernández
National Costume
  • Day 1:  Panama - Angela Alcové
  • Day 2:  Brazil - Vera Maria Brauner Menezes †
  • Day 3:  Malaysia - Helen Tan Hong Lean

Delegates

National Pageant Notes

Withdraws

Crossovers

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