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Text from negative sleeve: 951. MGM-B951.March 1933. A different photograph of Peggy Hamilton modeling this Weaver Jackson permanent wave hairstyle appears in her Los Angeles Times feature "Fashions," on May 7, 1933, pg. G4. Printed on edge of negative: MAR. 7 33. PUB 530 BULL. Peggy Hamilton modeling a permanent wave, styled by an operator at the Weaver Jackson Larchmont Salon. Hamilton is wearing a gown with a dark bodice and an underblouse with a chiffon (probably) ruffle down the front by Adrian of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer-Studios. Access to this collection is generously supported by Arcadia funds. Adrian (Adolph Greenberg), an American costume designer during the 1930s and 1940s, designed costumes for over 250 films. In the 1940's he became a fashion designer as well.