The Ziegfeld Follies, Florenz Ziegfeld’s stage spectacular, promised the best performers, the most lavish sets, and the most ravishing girls. Doris Eaton Travis was one of these prized beauties and, at 14, was chosen as the youngest chorus girl in the Follies. “Mine eyes are yet dim with the luminous beauty of a girl named Doris,” one Chicago reviewer wrote. Eaton was the last of the Ziegfeld girls, living to the age of 106. Over the course of a century, she performed for presidents and princesses, entertained Gershwin, Lindbergh, and Astaire, starred in silent and talking pictures, bantered with Babe Ruth, offended Henry Ford, outlived six siblings, wrote a newspaper column, hosted a television show, earned a Phi Beta Kappa degree in history, raised turkeys, and raced horses. CENTURY GIRL is a visual tour of this extraordinary woman’s journey through the ages.