Carmel Snow et Alice Louis Hall, maid of Cotton à New York (1939)

90 €

Tirage argentique d'époque d'une photographie de presse représentant la rédactrice en chef du Harper's Bazaar Carmel Snow discutant à New York avec Alice Louis Hall, la Maid of Cotton de 1939. 

Title: Maid of Cotton talks shop with fashion editor
Type: Photograph
Edition: New-York, John Clements, 1939

Silver print. Stamp of John Clements and caption on reverse. Caption reads: "Blonde Alice Louise Hall (left), designated "Maid of Cotton" by the Memphis Cotton Carnival and the National Council of America, is shown discussing the latest fashion trends with Carmel Snow, editor of Harper's Bazaar, in New York City. Miss Hall is on an 8000-mile good-will tour of the country to dramatize cotton and its many uses. It will be recalled that Mrs. Snow, broadcasting from Paris last February on fashion previews, was the first to predict that cotton would be the keynote of summer apparel."

Condition: Good condition, signs of wear.
Dimensions: 205 x 125 mm

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