April 1960
New Yorker;4/30/1960, Vol. 36 Issue 11, p36
The article features the party organized by Perle Mesta for her book "Perle." It recounts the said event and the prominent people who attended it such as Congressman James Fulton from Pennsylvania, Berkeley Ormerod of the British Information Services and figures from the press like Harry Hansen of the "World Almanac" and Frederic G. Melcher of the "Publishers' Weekly."


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