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Harper's Bazaar Magazine

 Organization

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Alexey Brodovitch collection

 Collection — Box-Folder: 1-21
Identifier: CSC-0087
Overview The collection contains correspondence, photographs and contact sheets for various clients, cassette tapes from classes Brodovitch taught, and exhibition materials from reowned art director Alexey Brodovitch.
Dates: 1898-1994

Bob Cato papers

 Collection
Identifier: CSC-0089
Overview The Bob Cato papers document Cato’s role as a graphic designer, artist, and photographer. His work designing record album covers helped turn them into forms of contemporary art and won him two Grammys. He is also known for his creation of the “Charlie Girl” image for Revlon, and photographs of top recording artists of the 20th century.
Dates: 1900-2015; Majority of material found within 1962-1999

Harper’s Bazaar, July 1940, September 1942, October 1946, July 1955: magazine clippings from July 1940, Cosmetic urge card, 2 postcards (one with writing on the back), photo of magazine layout, loose pages from September 1942, October 1946, July 1955 issues, 1940 - 1955

 File — Box-Folder: 26.15
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The collection contains the working design files created by designer and painter Mary Faulconer. Included in the contents are slides, sketches, correspondence, and photographs that document her work process. Mrs. Faulconer created illustrations for various magazines such as Glamour, Fortune, and Mademoiselle. She is best known for her iconic Love stamp created for the United States postal service....
Dates: Majority of material found within 1940 - 1955

Mary Faulconer papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: CSC-0093
Overview The Mary Faulconer collection consists of client files, scrapbooks, publications, and photographs from American designer Mary Faulconer. Mrs. Faulconer is most known for her design of the Love stamp for the United States Postal Service as well as her work in various magazines in the mid-twentieth century.
Dates: 1931-2000