4 images. 10 best dressed women at afternoon with Eve Party, 10 April 1958. Mrs. Ralph Cousins; Corrinne Griffith; Mrs. Russell Havenstrite; Mrs. Robert Miller; Mrs. Holmes Tuttle. (Sleeve reads: S-12326); Supplementary material reads: "Photo Assignment for Thursday April 10 at 1:30 p.m. Rush for daily. Pls go to home of Arthur Cameron, 910 Benedict Canyon drive, Beverly Hills (Sunset to Benedict, north on Benedict about half a mile, walled estate on right hand side) get shots of 10 best dressed women at Afternoon with Eve party. Note: All in one pix, close together, animated, for four col. cut. Unaware of camera. Rush wet negs. to me. Thanks, Carter Ludlow".; Other supplementary material reads: "Mannequins of the Assistance League of Southern California. From: Mrs. Frederic W. Wile, Jr. (PO 3-4703), Mrs. James Crane Lewis (ST 9-3451), Mrs. Clare E. Harp (ST 7-2596). General Release. This afternoon belongs to Eve. And Eve belongs to fashion. She IS fashion. The eternal woman is shared by her Adam, her children, her home, the PTA, charity after charity, government, business, civic duties, the art world, travel and countless projects. In addition to all this, her taste in adornment is impeccable. She is the woman of fashion, Twentieth Century style. The ten Southern California women who, today, will be presented with the Assistance League Mannequins Eve awards, epitomize the modern-day Eve ... the woman of fashion, 1958"! For the complete article, please check original document.; Other supplementary material continues: "They are Mmes. Ingle Barr; Leigh Battson; Ralph Cousins; Russell Havenstrite; Robert Miller, J.R. McGonogle; William Periera; and Holmes Tuttle, the Misses Lauren Bacall and Corine Griffith. Presentation of the Eve awards will be made to the ten best dressed women of southern California preceding the fashion showing which is featuring the exclusive designs of Beverly Hills couturiers. The tiny gold charm, a replica of Eve poised on her toes atop a pearl, was designed especially for the Mannequins by Orcutt Jewelers of Beverly Hills". Note: "For a complete copy of the article, please see originals".