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Taken for the American Cancer Society, Mrs. Pruitt (first name uknown) and two young women hold up a map of the Pasadena Foothill area that shows that 66,470 lives are at stake. The image was taken at the Pasadena chapter of the American Cancer Society at 180 South Euclid Avenue, on April 5, 1955. Documentation provided by the photographer shows that the job was ordered by Jan Maddox.