(1919 – 1952) Wife of Argentinean President Juan Peron, also known as Evita. TLS on her ‘Fundacion Eva Peron’ letterhead, 1 page, Buenos Aires, January 22, 195, 9.5 x 7.75 in., in Spanish to Senora Juana Larrauri, Treasurer of PPF (Partido Peronista Femenino), reading: ‘I am pleased to inform you that as of today, Dr. Ramon Carrillo, Minister of Public Health of the nation, has joined this foundation as direct assistance advisor.’ Eva Peron signs at conclusion in blue ink. The Peronist Women’s Party was an Argentine political party created in 1949 and disappeared in 1955. The party only accepted women and chose Eva Peron as the first president. File holes at left and staple hole, mailing folds and slight toning at the margins, else very good.