The Press, Aug. 22, 1932

Vogue's Ladies

Four svelte, attractive ladies and a schoolgirl were grouped in a two-page water color by Artist Carl Ericsson in last week's issue of Vogue. Most Vogue readers saw what they were supposed to see: that each of the anonymous ladies was wearing a smart hat which specially befitted her age. A few observers noted something else: some of the faces looked familiar.

The white-haired dame with the patrician profile and shallow-crowned velvet hat "with feather fantasy caught under the nice brim ... for the 40's or 50's or 60's" was unmistakably Mrs....

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