The Steven Lomazow Collection of American Periodicals
One of the largest periodical collection of all time. The Steven Lomazow Collection consists of almost 30 thousand issues dating back to the early 1700's. A finer collection of periodical artwork you can't find any where else.
Estimated Value: $100
|Title:||Dress & Vanity Fair|
|Date:||September – December 1913|
|Published in:||New York, NY|
|An important highbrow journal of society and fashion published by Conde Nast. It is specially collected for its Art Deco covers. The history of the American title “Vanity Fair” is convoluted and interesting. The humor magazine (675), which is the first use of the title, ran from 1859 -1863. The Vanity Fair immediately preceding Dress and Vanity Fair is a combination of Vanity Fair (Jl 1896 – Ja 1902), whose first issue had the unusual title Vanity Fair and Standard Quarterly No. 6 (1063), which merged with Saturday Standard to form Vanity Fair and the Saturday Standard (Ap 19 – My 3 1902) later Standard and Dress and Vanity Fair which restarted as volume 1, technically, a new series. 45 volumes are consecutively numbered from 1889, beginning as Sports, Music and Drama (1889 – 1892) later Music and Drama (Ja 7 – D 16 1893), then Standard (Je 30 1894 – D 18 1901), Saturday Standard (D 21 1901 – Ap 12 1902) then merging as above. Facsimile reproduction.|