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Peggy Hamilton served as "Queen of the Lions" during the 1932 international Lions Club convention in Los Angeles. Members of the convention committee honored Hamilton for her organization of the conference pageant and awarded her with a plaque during a meeting at the Biltmore. Hamilton is pictured holding her plaque wearing gloves, a hat with a tulle veil, and a fur cape over a dress. Access to this collection is generously supported by Arcadia funds.