THE WORLD OF CARMEL SNOW by

THE WORLD OF CARMEL SNOW

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The female audience -- whether destined for careers in fashion or just plain interested in the glamorous world of fads and fun-will veer naturally toward the memoirs of a great personality in this world. Buying trips to Paris in the 1920's with her mother led to a position on Vogue. From there to Harper's Bazaar, which became a Mocca for young society women and the personal expression of Carmel Snow. Taped just before her death last year, and edited and partially ghosted by Mary Louise Aswell, this has run serially in the Ladies' Home Journal and the Philadelphia Inquirer.

Pub Date: Sept. 1st, 1962
Publisher: McGraw-Hill