In the Photography Museum Foam is a nice exhibition about Edward Steichen (1879-1973). In 1923, he was already a famous painter and photographer on both sides of the Atlantic, when he was offered one of the most prestigious position in photography's commercial domain, that of chief photographer for Conde Nast's magazines Vogue and Vanity Fair. The next 15 years he made photo's of all the famous people of that time. This is for instance Gloria Swanson.
I don't remember every name, but I like the fashion of the thirtees very much, it always looks so modern of this time to me.
There were some old magazines from 1931. I like old magazines, my first job, long ago, was working for a dutch magazine which I did for seven years. I had to stop when I got my first child, it was my own decision, in those times there were no creches, but I always regretted to quit the job. Anyway I raised two kids and after that I ended between the books and magazines as a librarian in the Public Library. So give me a magazine and you will not hear from me for a long time.