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    Doris Eaton Travis. Ziegfeld girl. possibly only 14 years old at the time this photo was taken.

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    ZIEGFELD FOLLIES: Dorise Eaton Travis. Ziegfeld girl. possibly only 14 years old at the time this photo was taken. She began her career as a child actor and did theater performances. The day she finished the eighth grade, Eaton Travis began rehearsals to become a Ziegfeld girl in the Follies. To circumvent child labor laws she performed under the stage names "Doris Levant" (her young niece's name) and "Lucille Levant". As soon as she turned sixteen, she began using her real name again.

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