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At 17, Brenda Diana Duff Frazier, the original celebutante (Walter Winchell coined the term in her honor), held her coming-out party at the Ritz-Carlton in New York, where she also lived with her mother.
Forty waiters were needed simply to uncork and pour champagne for the 1,249 guests.
Fifteen private detectives, disguised in white tie and tails, kept an eye on the guests, who brought out the big rocks for Brenda: the Burden pearls, the Rhinelander emeralds, and the Rothschild diamonds.
Two orchestras—Emil Coleman’s 24-piece in the ballroom and Alexander Haas’s 6-piece in the Palm Court—played all night.