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Eve Meyer
PMOM: June 1955
Pictorials: The First Two Dozen Playmates, January 1956; An Evening With Eve, March 1956; Playmates Revisited 1955, March 1964; The Immoral Mr. Meyer, June 1995; Centerfolds of the Century, January 2000
Special Editions: Book of Lingerie 45, September 1995; Centerfolds of the Century, April 2000; Facts & Figures, October 1997; Playmates - The First 15 Years, 1983
Cover: February 1956
Movies: Artists and Models (1955), Operation Dames (1959), Eve and the Handyman (1961)
Born: Dec. 13, 1928, Griffin, GA
Died: March 27, 1977
Eve was born Evelyn Eugene Turner. She was a high-profile pin-up model in the 1950s. Much of Eve’s modeling, pin-up and film work was done in conjunction with sexploitation film make Russ Meyer, to whom she was married from 1952 to 1969. She appeared in such magazines as "Bold," "Scamp," "Caper," and "Modern Man."
Eve’s unbilled film debut was in “Artists and Models” (1955). She played a lead role in Russ Meyer’s 1960 exploitation film “Eve and the Handyman.” She went on to produce one of Russ Meyer’s  most famous films, “Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! ” She is listed as producer for 15 movies between 1963 and 1973.
Eve was killed in the Tenerife airport disaster on March 27, 1977, the worst aviation disaster in history. She was onboard Pan Am Flight 1736 from New York when the plane collided with a KLM flight on takeoff at Los Rodeos Airport in the Canary Islands. Eve was one of 335 passengers killed.
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Eve Meyer

  • PMOM: June 1955
  • Pictorials: The First Two Dozen Playmates, January 1956; An Evening With Eve, March 1956; Playmates Revisited 1955, March 1964; The Immoral Mr. Meyer, June 1995; Centerfolds of the Century, January 2000
  • Special Editions: Book of Lingerie 45, September 1995; Centerfolds of the Century, April 2000; Facts & Figures, October 1997; Playmates - The First 15 Years, 1983
  • Cover: February 1956
  • Movies: Artists and Models (1955), Operation Dames (1959), Eve and the Handyman (1961)
  • Born: Dec. 13, 1928, Griffin, GA
  • Died: March 27, 1977

Eve was born Evelyn Eugene Turner. She was a high-profile pin-up model in the 1950s. Much of Eve’s modeling, pin-up and film work was done in conjunction with sexploitation film make Russ Meyer, to whom she was married from 1952 to 1969. She appeared in such magazines as "Bold," "Scamp," "Caper," and "Modern Man."

Eve’s unbilled film debut was in “Artists and Models” (1955). She played a lead role in Russ Meyer’s 1960 exploitation film “Eve and the Handyman.” She went on to produce one of Russ Meyer’s  most famous films, “Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! ” She is listed as producer for 15 movies between 1963 and 1973.

Eve was killed in the Tenerife airport disaster on March 27, 1977, the worst aviation disaster in history. She was onboard Pan Am Flight 1736 from New York when the plane collided with a KLM flight on takeoff at Los Rodeos Airport in the Canary Islands. Eve was one of 335 passengers killed.

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Eve Meyer, PMOM - June 1955

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August 14, 1935: FDR Signs Social Security Act into Law
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August 14, 1935: FDR Signs Social Security Act into Law

On this day in 1935, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act, which was originally designed to provide economic security during the Great Depression.  Funded through a 2% payroll tax, the 1935 Social Security Act offered aid for the unemployed, the elderly, children and various state health and welfare programs.

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