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Handwritten on edge of negative: R5 This photograph appears in Peggy Hamilton's Los Angeles Times feature "Fashions," on December 28, 1930, pg. H3. Text from nitrate sleeve: P.H. 82-9 "Peggy Hamilton has a flair for leopard..." Dec 1930 [R-5] Peggy Hamilton modeling a brown suit of velvet velour trimmed with baby leopard and a hat of brown velour with a cocoa brown velvet flower caught under the left side of the brim. Leopard fur trimming was selected by Miss Hamilton from Colburn's, who was responsible for the production and popularity of leopard furs. Access to this collection is generously supported by Arcadia funds.