The Oldest Living Ziegfeld Girl
At the New Amsterdam Theater on 42nd Street, once home to the Ziegfeld Follies, the oldest living Ziegfeld girl recently took the stage for a charity event. Doris Eaton Travis is 101. She tells Jeff Lunden about her long life and career.
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