What’s in a name? – 1900s style definition

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The 1950s were a period of high fashion and a lot of it was for women.

For example, the women’s magazine Harper’s Bazaar had the words “Woman’s Magazine” in its title, but was not for women, or women in general.

This is a photo of the Harper’s “Woman” section.

In this photo, the magazine has been moved to a new location on the second floor of a building.

In the 1950s, Harper’s was one of the largest women’s magazines in the world.

In 2017, the publication sold its flagship flagship location in New York to a private equity group.

Here’s a photograph of a 1960s Harper’s magazine advertisement.

In 1956, the Harper & Barbour had just launched its “Women’s Business” section, which included the slogan “the world’s most exclusive fashion house.”

This ad for Harper’s and Barbour was shown at the opening of the Women’s Business section in 1956.

In 1955, the publisher announced a merger with a competitor to make it a “companies” section for men.

The merger had the effect of making Harper’s an entirely male-oriented business.

The 1950s and 1960s were also a time of mass social change.

As women gained power and wealth, they were able to take more control of their own destinies.

They began to challenge traditional roles, like housekeeping and childcare.

In the 1950, the Womens Liberation Movement began to take shape.

During this time, women began to fight back against the forces of patriarchal oppression, particularly racism and sexism.

In fact, the word “feminism” was coined in 1950.

A 1960s photo of a new Harper’s advertising department.

Another 1960s photograph of the new Harper and Barquet offices.

One of the iconic 1960s ads by Harper’s.

Harper’s advertising director.

I would love to be able to tell you that you can’t see a woman in a photo because it was taken in 1955.

But in fact, you can see many of the women in the ad.

But I want to show you this, because that’s how you can spot them: their hair is cropped short, their clothing is tailored to their shape, and their clothing has the most feminine style possible.

And that’s what makes it a perfect example of a classic 1950s ad.

They’re just taking the best of the 1950 to create a perfect image.

From 1950 to 1957, Harper and Brooks sold a variety of products to women.

This was their advertising style and advertising budget.

The advertising department of the company was responsible for creating and presenting a range of ads, but it was not limited to the products that women owned.

It included ads for women’s clothing, women’s shoes, women´s accessories, and women´g clothing.

At the time, men were the most visible consumers of women´ clothing.

They were more likely to buy and wear women´ garments than men.

As a result, women in women´ s clothing were more visible.

Women were able make themselves visible to advertisers because they were seen as attractive.

“The New York Times” published a feature about the Harper and Brown advertising department in 1956, in which they described the Harper�s and Barrington�s ads as “the best advertisement department in advertising history.”

The ad department was called the “Harper &amp!

Barbour,” and it consisted of five full-time employees: editor, stylist, assistant, assistant editor, and assistant stylist.

The ad department had the following employees: writer, assistant writer, reporter, illustrator, assistant photographer, and colorist.

These five people were responsible for designing, photographing, and presenting advertising material for women to purchase.

It was not uncommon for a woman to have five assistants who worked for her at the same time, as women were expected to look more appealing to men. 

One of these assistants, Lillian Jaffe, was the first woman in advertising to work for Harper &amps.

She had her first job at Harper &amping in 1956 as a reporter for Harper� s Style.

She later worked for Harper and Barber, where she was responsible of managing the ad department. 

Harper and Barrett produced several commercials for women in 1960s clothing, and they also ran ads for fashion accessories like scarves and earrings.

In addition to these commercials, they also produced a number of advertisements for men’s clothing. 

The ads for men�s clothing were very important to Harper &a.s business.

It was important for them to appeal to men in general and to be seen as women�s products, because women had been excluded from the industry for a long time.

And they were successful.

In 1961, they