1 edition of Fads and fancies of representative Americans at the beginning of the twentieth century found in the catalog.
Fads and fancies of representative Americans at the beginning of the twentieth century
|Contributions||Mann, William D"Alton, 1839-1920., Harrison, Burton, Mrs., 1843-1920.|
|LC Classifications||E168, E663 .M28|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 220,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||220|
|LC Control Number||05034461|
Fads by nature and by definition are hard to capture, yet Hoffmann and Bailey have captured over one hundred of the passing fashion fancies and merchandising miracles during America’s short history. As noted previously, tuberculosis incidences were falling rapidly in Europe during the first half of the 20th century, but the ravages of World War I led to a resurgence of the disease. The American Red Cross sponsored an evaluation trip to France by Herman Biggs in –
* American History: Twentieth Century. Includes citations to articles and book reviews of works covering history and culture of the United States and Canada, from prehistory to the present. Includes all the articles published since the first issue of the paper in up to 7 years ago. And when Mann announced in that he intended to publish Fads and Fancies, a book-form compilation J , the publisher insisted “Fads and Fancies is to be a specimen of as a biography of the lives of one hundred of the greatest men who by their achievements are destined to mark the beginning of the twentieth century.
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Fads and fancies of representative Americans at the beginning of the twentieth century: being a portrayal of their tastes, diversions, and achievements Author: William D'Alton Mann. Fads and fancies of representative Americans at the beginning of the twentieth century: being a portrayal of their tastes, diversions, and achievements: 1.
Inside the glowing patina of an oak box is an oversized book covered in a handsome, green morocco binding decorated with a profusion of gold-tooled ornamentation: Fads and Fancies of Representative Americans at the Beginning of the Twentieth Century: Being a.
Fads and Fancies of Representative Americans at the Beginning of the Twentieth Century, Being a Portrayal of their Tastes, Diversions, and Achievments, number 28 of an unspecified limited edition printed for subscribers only, illustrations throughout, many decorative borders and ornaments in gilt, green silk doublures, publisher's full morocco gilt, elaborate gilt decoration, g.e., small stain on upper cover, folio, New York.
Mann also published Fads and Fancies of Representative Americans at the Beginning of the Twentieth Century, intended as a yearly volume that intended to expose status-seeking financiers, industrialists, U.S. senators and prominent Wall Street men for their nefarious activities.
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This mesmerizing book is the ultimate American almanac, a unique record of life in the United States since For the first time, all the news, entertainment, art, literature, science and technology, sports, and fashion highlights are recorded in a single book, and this documentation is enriched by anecdotes, facts and figures, ads and fads, headlines, and memorable quotations―as well by Reviews: 7.
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