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Vanity Fair 1915

Vanity Fair 1915

Ready for Palm Beach by A.H.Fish for Vanity Fair, February 1915. #Illustration #A_H_Fish #Vanity_Fair

Ready for Palm Beach by A.H.Fish for Vanity Fair, February 1915. #Illustration #A_H_Fish #Vanity_Fair

Condé Nast    Vanity Fair, July 1915  This A.H. Fish illustration appears on the July 1915 cover of Vanity Fair magazine. A clown in a printed peplum jacket with a white ruff grasps a young girl wearing butterfly wings who leans back against his pull. Both wear long antennae atop their heads.

Condé Nast Vanity Fair, July 1915 This A.H. Fish illustration appears on the July 1915 cover of Vanity Fair magazine. A clown in a printed peplum jacket with a white ruff grasps a young girl wearing butterfly wings who leans back against his pull. Both wear long antennae atop their heads.

The cover of the June, 1915 issue of "Vanity Fair" magazine has been incorporated onto a unique pendant necklace to make a one-of-a-kind fashion statement,

The cover of the June, 1915 issue of "Vanity Fair" magazine has been incorporated onto a unique pendant necklace to make a one-of-a-kind fashion statement,

Covers of "The Philistine - A Periodical of Protest," a magazine published by Elbert Hubbard and the Roycrofters from 1895-1915.

Covers of "The Philistine - A Periodical of Protest," a magazine published by Elbert Hubbard and the Roycrofters from 1895-1915.

Then and now: In 1915, Vanity Fair also featured an illustration on its cover (pictured). One of its most recent issues, however, featured the first official picture of transgender Caitlyn Jenner

Then and now: In 1915, Vanity Fair also featured an illustration on its cover (pictured). One of its most recent issues, however, featured the first official picture of transgender Caitlyn Jenner

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