Continental Studios Catalog (Washington, D.C.) 1964 Physique order sheet features 8×10 sets of models “Hank,” “Charley,” “Johnny,” “Ronny”. Continental Studios distributed black and white photo sets of males and females to artists, sculptors, photographers, teachers, and students during the 1950s. It was later renamed Continental Artists to emphasize its legitimate artistic connections. Don Carlisle was the company’s director in December 1959, but Herman L. Womack was the company’s founder and owner. According to a story in The Washington Post, Womack was arrested on January 6, 1960 for sending obscene photographs through the mail. Womack considered his arrest “nothing more than legal harassment and illegal censorship.” Measures 8 x 11 inches.