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Ramón Reventós. Deux Contes. Paris-Barcelona:
Éditions Albor, 1947. Cramer, no. 45.

The little-known author Ramón Reventós was a dear friend of...
<em>Deux Contes</em> (1 of 4)
Ramón Reventós. Deux Contes. Paris-Barcelona:
Éditions Albor, 1947. Cramer, no. 45.

The little-known author Ramón Reventós was a dear friend of...
<em>Deux Contes</em> (2 of 4)
Ramón Reventós. Deux Contes. Paris-Barcelona:
Éditions Albor, 1947. Cramer, no. 45.

The little-known author Ramón Reventós was a dear friend of...
<em>Deux Contes</em> (3 of 4)
Ramón Reventós. Deux Contes. Paris-Barcelona:
Éditions Albor, 1947. Cramer, no. 45.

The little-known author Ramón Reventós was a dear friend of...
<em>Deux Contes</em> (4 of 4)
ELMER C. JENSEN (1870-1955)
Jensen's formal education ended with seventh grade, which he supplemented with some night school classes in drawing. Declaring he liked to draw and wanted to be an...
01.  "Old Houses. Lyons. 6/17/88" [France]
ALFRED P. SHAW (1895-1970)
Shaw was born in Boston and studied architecture at the Boston Architectural Club. After his early employment in Boston with Maginnis and Walsh and Shepley, Rutan and...
01. "Nouailles July 18 '14" [L'&amp;$233;glise Saint-Lucien, Noailles, France]
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)
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