George Barbier Biography Footnotes
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FOOTNOTES 1Cristinia Nuzzi, Parisian Fashion from the "Journal des Dames et des Modes" vol. 1 1912-1913, (New York: Rizzoli, 1979), n. pag. 2Parisian Costume Plates in Full Color (1912-1914), (New York: Dover, 1982), n. pag. 3Fances Kennet, The Collectors Book of Fashion, (New York: Crown, 1983), p. 33. 4French Fashion Plates in Full Color from the "Gazette du Bon Ton" (1912-1925), (New York: Dover, 1979), n. pag. 5Ibid.6Martin Battersby, Art Deco Fashion, (New York: St. Martins, 1974), p.93. Parisian Costume, n. pag. 7Ibid. 8Nuzzi, n. pag. 9 10Parisian Costume, n. pag. 11French Fashion, n. pag. 12Ibid. 13Theatre Costume Design in the Victoria and Albert Museum, (New York: Emmet Microform, 1983), p. 2. 14Eu Pleine Folie (Paris: Art Editions, 1923), n. pag. [Folies Bergere Program, Dept. of Special Collections, University of Georgia Libraries.]15Charles Castle, The Folies Bergere, (London: Methuen, 1982), pp. 231,234.
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