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Published May 15, 1954. Mrs. Amory Carhart Jr. stands by a seaplane in the New York harbor as a distinctly different city skyline than what we know of today looms behind her. She wears a Fair Isle print linen dress while an unidentified man—a valet, presumably—unloads her Louis Vuitton luggage. Her statuesque stance is mimicked by the Empire State Building in the background. John Rawlings's documentary-like photograph appeared in the May 15, 1954, Vogue. Artist by John Rawlings
15.25" W X 17.25" H
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