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Cavalcade of the 1920s & 1930s

Cavalcade of the 1920s & 1930s

Vanity Fair: A Cavalcade of the 1920s and 1930s- the Best Stories, Articles, Humor, Photographs, Art from America's Most Memorable Magazine
Vanity Fair was unique among magazines, the first - and doubtless the last - of its kind. From 1914 to 1936, under the stewardship of Frank Crowninshield, a man of imagination and of impeccably taste, it carried on into a harsher age the last vestige of Edwardian elegance and was at the same time worldly and witty in a manner all its own. This volume represents a lovingly selected bill-of-fare of the best of each year's articles and stories, poems and features and an abundance of unrivaled photographs, paintings and caricatures. The text includes 141 articles short stories, poems and features and 544 pictures of, by, or about the "greats" in literature, the theatre, Hollywood, art, music, sports, public life and society high and low.
Due to the large format of this book, it is very heavy and will require extra in postage costs.

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