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  1. 1946, date unknownLook, author unknown. Peggy Lee – A Cinderella Grows Up
  2. February, 1947Metronome, by Leonard Feather. I'd Never Make a Critic
  3. July, 1947Pic, by Dick Williams. A Chirp with Cheek
  4. July 28, 1947Newsweek, author unknown. Sweet Peggy Lee
  5. March 29, 1948Life, author unknown. Busy Singer
  6. August 7, 1948Cue, author unknown. Story of a Songbird
  7. October, 1948American, by Jack Long. Wild About Peggy
  8. December, 1948Metronome, by George Simon. Hooray for Love!
  9. July 25, 1949New York Daily Mirror, by Sidney Fields. It's No Longer Cold Outside
  10. September 5, 1949Melody Maker (UK), by Peter Tanner. Meet the Barbours
  11. October 9, 1949Senior Scholastic, by Herman L. Masin. Do-Re-Lee!
  12. October, 1950Metronome, by B.H.. Peggy Lee Goes South of the Border
  13. November 4, 1951New York Herald Tribune, by Louis Berg. Life of a Canary
  14. June 16, 1952Time, author unknown. Singer with Instinct
  15. August 13, 1952Downbeat, by Hal Holly. Peggy Lee Gets Big Film Role Nixed by Doris Day
  16. October 12, 1952New York Post, by Sidney Skolsky. Tintyped: Peggy Lee
  17. December, 1952Theatre Arts, by Sigmund Spaeth. Song Stylists: The Triumph of Malady over Melody
  18. December 27, 1952New York World Telegram, by Muriel Fischer. Now They Call Her Actress Peggy Lee
  19. January 28, 1953Downbeat, by Don Freeman. Peggy Lee's Progress Shows Flair of Ferrer
  20. May 10, 1953New York Daily News, by Eckert Goodman. The Fargo Express
  21. 1953, date unknown – syndicated column by Earl Wilson. Farmerette Makes Hay
  22. June 13, 1954San Francisco Chronicle, by Ralph J. Gleason. Peggy Lee Sees Mountains When She Sings Nowadays
  23. July 14, 1954Downbeat, by Ralph J. Gleason. "Retire? No!" Declares Peggy Lee; Eyes Video
  24. February, 1955Cosmopolitan, by John Whitcomb. John Whitcomb Visits Peggy Lee
  25. April, 1955Redbook, Kirtley Baskette. Peggy Lee: She Can't Stop Giving
  26. June 19, 1955New York Times, by Helen Gould. Words, Songs and Performances by Peggy Lee
  27. October, 1955Record Whirl, by Mary English. Softly...With Feeling
  28. October 8, 1955Melody Maker (UK), by Laurie Henshaw. Peggy Lee – The Old, Old Tale
  29. November 5, 1955New York World Telegram, by Dick Kleiner. Peggy Lee Wants to Quit the Road
  30. November 13, 1955New York Times, by J. P. Shanley. Peggy Lee's One-Way Ticket from Dakota
  31. 1957, date unknown – Source and author unknown. Peggy Lee and Dewey Martin: Their Love Story
  32. March 21, 1957Downbeat, by John Tynan. Peggy Lee
  33. February, 1958McCall's, by Silvana Mangano. McCall's Visits Peggy Lee
  34. August 20, 1958New York Mirror, by Don Bailer. Peggy Sets a Feverish Pace
  35. October 25, 1958Melody Maker (UK), by Steve Race. "Fever" by Peggy Lee: Sanity in the Top Twenty
  36. April 15, 1959 – Source (New York newspaper) and author unknown. The Peggy Lee Story
  37. May 28, 1959Downbeat, by George Hoefer. Peggy Lee: Girl in the Middle
  38. February 24, 1960 – United Press International, author unknown. Peggy Lee Back to Acting: Set for G.E. Theater Stint
  39. March 21, 1960Newsweek, author unknown. As Hot as a Torch
  40. May 1, 1960New York Daily News, by Ben Gross. Peggy Lee Pines for Big Bands on TV
  41. May 8, 1960New York Daily News, by Ben Gross. Peggy Lee Says Rock -n- Roll Will Influence Music for Years
  42. June 4, 1960Melody Maker (UK), by Laurie Henshaw. Artistry Is the Secret of Peggy Lee's Greatness
  43. July 3, 1960American Weekly, by Neil Hickey. Peggy
  44. February 3, 1961New York Times, by Arthur Gelb. An Unrehearsed Performance
  45. February 18, 1961Melody Maker (UK), by Ren Grevatt. Peggy Lee: "Most Teenage Music Makes Me Sick!"
  46. April 23, 1961 – Associated Press, by Gene Handsaker. Peggy Lee's Famous Voice Promotes "Meals for Millions"
  47. July 8, 1961Melody Maker (UK), by Leonard Feather. Peggy Lee, Perfectionist
  48. September, 1961Jazz Journal (UK), by Sinclair Traill. Editorial
  49. November 26, 1961New York Herald Tribune, by George T. Simon. Peggy Lee: Sentimental Realist
  50. April 22, 1962New York Mirror, by Sidney Fields. Silk, Fire and Ice in Her Voice
  51. June 16, 1962Melody Maker (UK), by Lou Levy. Behind the Scenes with Ella and Peggy
  52. November 17, 1962New York Daily News, by Alfred T. Hendricks. Peggy Lee's Gowns Stolen
  53. November 22, 1963New York Post, by Joseph Wershba. Peggy's Blues
  54. May 7, 1964New York Times, by Robert Alden. Peggy Lee, 'Fever' and All, at Royal Box
  55. October 10, 1964Saturday Evening Post, by Thomas C. Wheeler. The Timeless Charm of Peggy Lee
  56. November 24, 1964New York Post, by Earl Wilson. Peggy Lee Stages a Comeback
  57. March 15, 1965Newsweek, author unknown. Red Hot Blama
  58. April 28, 1965Los Angeles Times, by Charles Champlin. Peggy, Benny in the Swing of It
  59. October 30, 1966World Journal Tribune, by Robert Salmaggi. This Gal Goes By the Book
  60. January, 1967Hi-Fi/Stereo Review, by Peter Reilly. Peggy Lee: The Voice of Experience
  61. October 22, 1967Newark Evening News, by Daphne Kraft. Singer Peggy Lee "Proves" Old Is New
  62. November 3, 1967Time, author unknown. Parsimonious Peggy
  63. January, 1968Stereo Review, by Rex Reed. Somethin' Groovy
  64. June 1, 1968Melody Maker (UK), by Leonard Feather. Peggy Tries Some New Wine in New Bottles
  65. July, 1968High Fidelity, by Gene Lees. The Consummate Artistry of Peggy Lee
  66. October 30, 1968Passaic Herald News, by Hal Boyle. She's No Perfectionist
  67. January 26, 1969New York Daily News, by Ruth Kling. The Singer's Singer
  68. February 23, 1969New York Daily News, by Ruth Kling. Peggy's Career an Open Book
  69. April 5, 1969Cue, by Eugene Boe. An Artist Tunes Up for the Waldorf
  70. April 12, 1969New York Post, by Bill Burrus. Peggy Lee: At Fever Pitch
  71. July 17, 1969Christian Science Monitor, by Amy Lee. Peggy Lee – Lyricist, Composer, and Singer
  72. January 22, 1970Downbeat, by Leonard Feather. TV Soundings
  73. April 18, 1970New York Daily News, by Ernest Leogrande. Here's Peggy
  74. April 26, 1970New York Times, by Judy Klemesrud. Peggy Lee Is Back on Top – Is That All There Is?
  75. June 20, 1970Guardian (UK), by Peter Fiddick. Big Noise from Dakota
  76. June 21, 1970Daily Telegraph (UK), by Peter Clayton. Unsquare Peg
  77. June 21, 1970London Times (UK), by Philip Oakes. On the Lee Side
  78. October 5, 1970Senior Scholastic, by Roy Hemming. Roy Hemming Interviews Peggy Lee
  79. May 25, 1971New York Daily Mirror, by Peggy Lee. Peggy Lee Spans Generation Gap
  80. October 19, 1971Look, by Charles Mangel. Peggy Lee: The Name Is Woman
  81. December 12, 1971New York Times, by John Lissner. Lady Day and Peggy Lee (excerpt)
  82. March 18, 1972New Yorker, author unknown. The Talk of the Town: Miss Peggy Lee
  83. March 20, 1972New York Post, by Alfred G. Aronowitz. Miss Peggy Lee (Part One)
  84. March 22, 1972New York Post, by Alfred G. Aronowitz. Miss Peggy Lee (Part Two)
  85. March 24, 1972New York Post, by Alfred G. Aronowitz. Miss Peggy Lee (Part Three)
  86. August 6, 1972Chicago Tribune, by Harriet Choice. Two Sides of a Love Affair – 'Peggy Gives and Peggy Gets'
  87. November 19, 1972New York Times, by A. H. Weiler. Sing a Song of Peggy Lee, Producer
  88. December 10, 1972Los Angeles Times, by Leonard Feather. The Pleasures and Pains of Peggy Lee
  89. March 25, 1973New York Daily News, by Christina Kirk. Peggy Lee Productions Presents Miss Peggy Lee in an Evening with Norma Egstrom
  90. October, 1973Stereo Review, by Peter Reilly. Peggy Lee and That Old Vocal Eroticism
  91. November 17, 1973Daily Express (UK), by Victor Davis. How I Walked Into Chapter Three of the Legend of the Perils of Peggy
  92. December 5, 1973Punch (UK), by David Taylor. Passing Through: Peggy Lee Talks to David Taylor
  93. June 3, 1974People, by Joseph Roddy. Peggy Lee's Loss Is Her Admirers' Gain
  94. July 18, 1974Zoo World, by Len Epand. The Generation Bridge
  95. September 24, 1974New York Post, by Jan Hodenfield. Miss Lee Endures
  96. September 26, 1974Village Voice, by Gary Giddins. Jazz-in-the-Boite: O'Day, Lee, Tormé
  97. January 19, 1975Chicago Tribune, by Rick Soll. Celebrations Laced with Loss Are Songs of a Languid Lady
  98. October 19, 1975Los Angeles Times, by Marshall Berges. Is That All There Is? A Lady of Many Moods Finds There's Much More
  99. December 2, 1975Christian Science Monitor, by David Sterritt. Peggy Lee: A Vocal Style that Weathered the Rock Era
  100. December 27, 1975Record World, by David McGee. Peggy Lee: A Consummate Artist
  101. February, 1976 – source unknown, by Gene Arceri. Inner View: Peggy Lee
  102. February 1, 1976San Francisco Examiner and Chronicle, by Calvin Ahlgren. Miss Peggy Lee: The Legend Leaves the Mountaintop to Sing
  103. March, 1976Stereo Review, by Peter Reilly. Peggy Lee: Ready to Begin Again
  104. August 8, 1976 – Associated Press, by Bob Thomas. Peggy Taking U.S. Flag to Land of Rising Sun
  105. September 18, 1976Chicago Tribune, by Fred Orehek. Mayor Daley Hooks Chinook and 'Sings' for Peggy
  106. March 8, 1977Daily Express (UK), by Herbert Kretzmer. Peggy's Dancing Trees
  107. March 19, 1977Yorkshire Times (UK), by Reginald Brace. Peggy Lee's Serene Tempo of Life
  108. March 19, 1977Melody Maker (UK), by Max Jones. Purrfect Peggy
  109. February 9, 1978San Francisco Chronicle, by Blake Green. Singing About Romance and Disappointment
  110. February 19, 1978Los Angeles Times, by Leonard Feather. Peggy Lee Casts a Vote for Class
  111. February 26, 1978San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle, by Ezekiel Green. Happy Birthday, Mabel
  112. September 6, 1978The Advocate, by David Galligan. Miss Peggy Lee
  113. October 19, 1980San Diego Union, by Vernon Scott. Peggy Lee at 60: Old Flame Still Shines Brightly
  114. November 20, 1980Daily Mirror (UK), by Alan Markfield. Fever for Living
  115. March 7, 1981Billboard, by Dave Dexter Jr. A Whole New Ball Game Coming Up for Peggy Lee
  116. July 31, 1981New York Times, by John S. Wilson. Peggy Lee Sings Tonight and Mañana
  117. December 31, 1981Los Angeles Times, by Leonard Feather. The Many Faces of Peggy Lee
  118. September 6, 1982Associated Press, by Bob Young. Peggy Lee Coming to Broadway
  119. February 13, 1983Chicago Tribune, by Larry Kart. Like a Lily in the Mud
  120. May, 1983Crescendo International (UK), by Benny Golson. Variety and Its Virtues
  121. July, 1983Los Angeles, by Maurice Zolotow. Is That All There Is, Peggy?
  122. August 29, 1983 – Associated Press, by Jay Sharbutt. The Life and Musical of Peggy Lee
  123. January 9, 1984People, by J. D. Reed. Peggy Lee's Broadway Debut Was a Bust, but the Lady Has Lived Through Hard Times Before
  124. June/July, 1984Crescendo International (UK), by Les Tomkins. On a New Plateau of Vocal Artistry: Peggy Lee
  125. June 19, 1984Los Angeles Times, by Terry Atkinson. Lee's Quest for Meaning in Life, and in the Lyrics
  126. August 25, 1984 – Associated Press, by Bob Thomas. Peggy Lee Credo: Go Back to Work
  127. October, 1984Interview, by George Christy. Peggy Lee: Still at Fever's Pitch
  128. July 5, 1985 – Associated Press, by Mary Campbell. Starwatch: Peggy Lee
  129. July 7, 1985New York Newsday, by Bill Kaufman. Peggy Lee Is Back, in a Chelsea Cabaret
  130. July 9, 1985New York Daily News, by Phil Roura and Tom Poster. A Song in Peg's Heart
  131. May 1, 1986Chicago Tribune, by Ray Bennett. Peggy Lee Back to Say That's Not All There Is
  132. June 15, 1986New York Daily News, by Sherryl Connelly. Close Up: Miss Peggy Lee
  133. 1986, date unknown – Associated Press, by Bob Thomas. Dauntless Peggy Lee Back on the Road
  134. January 9, 1987San Francisco Examiner, by Carolyn Drewes. For Peggy Lee, Song Is Hardly All There Is
  135. January 9, 1987Oakland Tribune, by Robert Taylor. Classic Singer Peggy Lee Goes for Cozy Feeling in Stage Show
  136. January 16, 1987San Francisco Sentinel, by Robert Julian. Miss Peggy Lee: Weaving the Art of Legend
  137. January 17, 1987Oakland Daily Review, by Curt Morgan. The Pure Joy of Peggy Lee
  138. April 3, 1987Washington Times, by Lou Fournier. 'Fever' Still Burning After Lee's Comeback
  139. April 6, 1987Washington Post, by Joseph McLellan. On With the Show
  140. May, 1987Science of Mind Magazine, by Elaine St. Johns. A Presence in My Life: Recollections by Peggy Lee
  141. January 31, 1988New York Times, by Stephen Holden. Peggy Lee at 67: Still in the Swingtime of Her Life
  142. January 31, 1988New York Newsday, by Stuart Troup. New Songs in the Classic Lee Style
  143. February, 1988Where / New York, by Peggy Lee. My Manhattan
  144. February 2, 1988New York Daily News, by Patricia O'Haire. The Woman In White
  145. February 2, 1988New York Post, by Stephen M. Silverman. She's Got the Fever
  146. February 9, 1988Village Voice, by Michael Musto. La Dolce Musto
  147. July/August, 1988Discoveries, by Gino Falzarano. Thirty Years of Fever
  148. October 22, 1988London Times (UK), by Frances Dickerson and Caz Gorham. Good Echoes of Bygone Sounds
  149. November 17, 1988New York Times, by Glenn Collins. Peggy Lee Is Suing Disney
  150. January 31, 1989New York Post, by Bob Harrington. Profile in Courage
  151. February 7, 1989New York Daily News, by Patrick Pacheco. Like a Statue Rising Above the Ruins
  152. February 13, 1989New York Observer, by Rex Reed. On the Town with Rex Reed
  153. February 22, 1989Seven Days, by Neal Karlen. Ladies and Gentlemen, Miss Peggy Lee
  154. April 20, 1989San Francisco Sentinel, by Harold Niesen. Miss Peggy Lee Still Dazzles
  155. January 7, 1990Daily Mail (UK), by Victor Davis. Peggy to Sit It Out on Tour
  156. March 6, 1990New York Daily News, by Harry Haun. Peggy Springs Eternal-Lee
  157. March 13, 1990New York Times, by Susan Heller Anderson. Peggy Lee Wins Top ASCAP Award
  158. June, 1990Pulse, by Eliot Tiegel. Great Comebacks
  159. June, 1990Downbeat, by Eliot Tiegel. Riffs – Peggy Lee
  160. December, 1990Interview, Linda Ekblad. Peggy Lee: Christmas Fever
  161. February 19, 1991Los Angeles Times, by Sharon Bernstein. The Lady and the Lawsuit
  162. April 8, 1991People, author unknown. No Pussycat in Court, Peggy Lee Nips Disney for $3.8 Million
  163. April 17, 1991Los Angeles Times, author unknown. Disney Owes Peggy Lee $2.3 Million, Judge Rules
  164. July 29-30, 1992New York Post, by Cindy Adams. Excerpts from Cindy Adams' columns
  165. July 31, 1992New York Daily News, by Howard Kissel. A 'Fever'-Pitch Comeback
  166. August 7, 1992New York Daily News, by Glen Plaskin. Lee's Triumph of Spirit
  167. August 18, 1992Village Voice, by Gary Giddins. Always True in Her Fashion
  168. September 6, 1992QW, by Nora Burns. Is That All There Is to an Interview?
  169. September 14, 1992 – Associated Press, by Mary Campbell. Peggy Lee Is Still Doing Right by Her Audiences
  170. February 14, 1993Cleveland Plain Dealer, by Rebecca Freligh. A Peggy Lee Valentine
  171. February 14, 1993Cleveland Plain Dealer, by Rebecca Freligh. Peggy Lee Still Rates 'Miss Standing Ovation'
  172. July 25, 1993Chicago Tribune, by Howard Reich. Musical Majesty
  173. July 25, 1993San Francisco Chronicle, by Lee Hildebrand. At 73, Peggy Lee Still Having a Good Day
  174. May 11, 1994Los Angeles Times, by Jeannine Stein. 'S Wonderful: Society of Singers and Friends Galore Salute Jazzy Peggy Lee
  175. July, 1995Pulse, by Will Friedwald. Peggy Lee: Doin' Right – Her Way
  176. October, 1995Attitude (UK), by Matthew Linfoot. She Gave Us Fever
  177. September, 1997Interview, by Ray Rogers. The Goddess of Pop
  178. January, 1998Today's Seniors (Canada), by Joe Bleeden. Career Girl
  179. May 1, 1998Washington City Paper, by Joel E. Siegel. Peerless-Lee
  180. January/February, 1999Modern Maturity, by Mary Cleere Haran. How Peggy Lee Changed My Life
  181. September 18, 2000Investors Business Daily, by John Berlau. Singer-Songwriter Peggy Lee

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