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Snow

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Snow

Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery

Snow

Archives of American Art
1 print : woodcut ; 11 x 13 cm. Print depicts a mustachioed man running through a snowstorm.
Print is signed and numbered 2/10.

[Snow.] Interpositive

Archives Center - NMAH
Company catalog card included.

[Thompson] on envelope.

Currently stored in box 3.2.43 [143], moved from [13].

Rhodomyrtus kaweaensis N. Snow

NMNH - Botany Dept.
Protologue cites collection date as "7 July 1973"; US specimen label bears date "7/1/73".

Asplenium dielpallidum N. Snow

NMNH - Botany Dept.

Asplenium dielpallidum N. Snow

NMNH - Botany Dept.

Snow Landscape

Smithsonian American Art Museum

[Snow scene.] Photonegative

Archives Center - NMAH
Company catalog card included.

Currently stored in box 3.1.69 [149], moved from [13].

[Snow scene.] Photonegative

Archives Center - NMAH
Company catalog card included.

Currently stored in box 3.1.69 [149], moved from [61].

[Snow.] 5444 Interpositive

Archives Center - NMAH
Currently stored in box 3.2.8 [54], moved from [102].

Erratic and Snow

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Carmel White Snow

National Portrait Gallery

New Snow

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Snow Shoveler

Smithsonian American Art Museum

First Snow

Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery

Carmel White Snow

National Portrait Gallery
As Harper's Bazaar's editor-in-chief, Carmel Snow transformed the magazine from a faltering enterprise to a thriving pace-setter in fashion publishing. In the process, Snow herself became a major arbiter in women's fashion. The mere fact of her appearance at a dress-collection showing was enough to send a designer's spirits soaring, and she was widely credited with winning American women over to such French designers such as Dior and Balenciaga.

Under Snow's leadership, Harper's Bazaar developed a look that was the admiration of the entire magazine industry. A large part of that look was owing to the photographers she recruited. Chief among them was George Hoyningen-Huene, who made this likeness of her and was one of the most innovative fashion photographers of his time.

[Snow.] 8078 Interpositive

Archives Center - NMAH
Currently stored in box 3.2.23 [213].

[Snow.] 9149 Interpositive

Archives Center - NMAH
Currently stored in box 3.2.29 [199].
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