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The apparel of the hours en route (article from Vogue magazine, ca. 1923)
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Item Details
Public
Available to everyone
Culture
Popular American Culture
Title
The apparel of the hours en route (article from Vogue magazine, ca. 1923)
Periodical Illustration
Work Type
Magazine tearsheet
Date
ca. 1923
Material
Black and white print
Period
Commercial Modernism
Description
Two images from Vogue magazine, ca. 1923. An article about proper clothing to wear during travel. The image at top of pages illustrates a man and woman with travel luggage, golf clubs, etc. The man waves to a bi-wing airplane with "Sta. Barbarbara" on its wings. Caption reads: "Of course, if one's funds are unlimited, one may forego European travel and see America, first by train, then by water, and then, if the sky's the limit, by air" The bottom frame shows a very fashion-conscious woman (dressed in suit, hat, gloves, and carrying a walking stick) addressing a steward, who kneels before a suitcase. Mention is made of finer store Crouch & Fitzgerald.
Repository
Modern Graphic History Library, Washington University in St. Louis
Accession Number
2012-03
ID Number
WAS-0001-0002-0037-0095_5477_7636
Source
Vogue magazine, ca. 1923
Keywords
Fashion designs
Fashion industry
Fashion plates
Hats
Suits (Clothing)
Walking sticks
Gloves
Airplanes
Golf
Golfers
Luggage
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