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Photograph collection, ca. 1860-1979.

Author: Mona Strader Bismarck
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Database:WorldCat
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The collection includes portrait photographs of Mona Bismarck, many by Sir Cecil Beaton, and photographs of her family, her husbands, and friends from her years as a socialite. There are also photographs of the villa on Capri and her Paris apartment in the Hotel Lambert. Identified persons include Count Edward Bismarck, Harrison Williams, Umberto di Martini, Robert Sims Strader, Margaret Sims Strader, members of the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Photographs
Pictorial works
Named Person: Cristobal Balenciaga; Bernard M Baruch; Cecil Beaton; Randolph S Churchill; Marlene Dietrich; Shockency family; Cristobal Balenciaga; Bernard M Baruch; Cecil Beaton; Randolph S Churchill; Marlene Dietrich
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Mona Strader Bismarck
OCLC Number: 49253834
Description: 130 items.

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The collection includes portrait photographs of Mona Bismarck, many by Sir Cecil Beaton, and photographs of her family, her husbands, and friends from her years as a socialite. There are also photographs of the villa on Capri and her Paris apartment in the Hotel Lambert. Identified persons include Count Edward Bismarck, Harrison Williams, Umberto di Martini, Robert Sims Strader, Margaret Sims Strader, members of the Shockency family, Sir Cecil Beaton, Bernard Baruch, Marlene Dietrich, Lorraine Rowan Cooper (Mrs. John Sherman Cooper), Randolph Churchill, and Cristobal Balenciaga.

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