Resources tagged 19th century

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Philadelphia; New York: The Godey Company, 1830-1898.

Published beginning in 1830, Godey's Magazine was for a time the most successful women's magazine in the United States....
01. <em>Godey's Magazine</em>, v.71 (October 1865)
Paris: Bureau du Journal des Dames, 1797-1839.

During the early 19th century fashion publications began to move away from plates of historical costumes to fashion plates, which...
01. <em>Journal des Dames et des Modes</em>; plate 1891, v.24 no.20 (April 10, 1820)
Paris: Firmin-Didot, 1860-1914

One of the most popular French fashion magazines, La Mode Illustrée was also the first to publish as a weekly in order to keep readers...
01. <em>La Mode Illustr&#233;e: Journal de la Famille</em>, v.9 no.6 (February 9, 1868)
Paris, 1840-1854.

La Sylphide was a weekly publication that featured articles on fashion, literature, and the arts. Each issue was accompanied by engravings that included...
01. <em>La Sylphide: Litt&#233;rature, Beaux-Arts, Modes</em>, v.2 no.44 (October 24, 1840)
Paris: Henry Petit, 1876-1914.
This weekly French fashion magazine included hand-colored plates as well as other black-and-white illustrations of the latest styles from Paris. In addition to...
01. <em>Le Salon de la Mode</em>, v.8 no.19 (May 12)
Leipzig; Paris, 1828-1846.

While Le Voleur was widely read for its coverage of fashion, the bulk of its content was dedicated to philosophy, politics, literature, and society....
01. <em>Le Voleur: Gazette des Journaux Fran&#231;ais</em>, plates 97 and 98, v.3 no.20 (December 10, 1834)
Philadelphia: C.J. Peterson, 1842-1898.

Peterson's and Godey's (1830-1898) dominated the 19th century America women's magazine industry. Peterson's included a...
01. <em>Peterson's Magazine</em>, "The New Music," v.27 no.8 (August 1855)
A Century of Fashions, 1800-1900

This set of scrapbooks was given to the Ryerson Library on February 3, 1925 as a gift in memory of Mrs. James Watson. The scrapbooks include plates and...
01. Scrapbook plate from <em>Le Moniteur de la Mode</em> (1857)
Philadelphia; New York: The Godey Company, 1830-1898.

Published beginning in 1830, Godey's Magazine was for a time the most successful women's magazine in the United States....
02. <em>Godey's Magazine</em>, v.76 (March 1868)
Paris: Bureau du Journal des Dames, 1797-1839.

During the early 19th century fashion publications began to move away from plates of historical costumes to fashion plates, which...
02. <em>Journal des Dames et des Modes</em>; plate 1925, v.24 no.49 (September 5, 1820)
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