FILE - This picture provided by The New York Public Library shows Katherine Hepburn taking a picture in a photo from her scrapbook of her 1955 Old Vic Australian tour. "The fact that she wore slacks and wanted to be comfortable influenced women's ready-to-wear in the United States," said Jean Druesedow, director of the Kent State University Museum, which was given 700 items from Hepburn’s estate. (AP Photo/The New York Public Library)

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FILE - This picture provided by The New York  Public Library shows  Katherine Hepburn taking a picture  in a photo from her scrapbook of her 1955 Old Vic Australian tour. "The fact that she wore slacks and wanted to be comfortable influenced women's ready-to-wear in the United States," said Jean Druesedow, director of the Kent State University Museum, which was given 700 items from Hepburn’s estate.  (AP Photo/The New York  Public Library)
FILE - This picture provided by The New York Public Library shows Katherine Hepburn taking a picture in a photo from her scrapbook of her 1955 Old Vic Australian tour. "The fact that she wore slacks and wanted to be comfortable influenced women's ready-to-wear in the United States," said Jean Druesedow, director of the Kent State University Museum, which was given 700 items from Hepburn’s estate. (AP Photo/The New York Public Library)
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