Harper's Bazaar (magazine), 1966-2013, bulk 1969-1971

Scope and content:

Contains drafts, notes, correspondence, interviews, clippings, photographs, and printed matter pertaining to the work Diamonstein-Spielvogel did for Harper's Bazaar including general administrative files, interviews, articles, and proposals. Materials for larger Harper's projects including The Decade of the Sixties, Emphasis, and Singular Voices: 100 Women in Touch with our Time are grouped under each subheading.

One of her largest and most comprehensive articles dealing with women in American society, Singular Voices: 100 Women in Touch with our Time contains many similarly titled subheadings because the article went through numerous title changes during its creation. This article grew into Diamonstein-Spielvogel's book, Open Secrets, and corresponding materials are located in the Open Secrets Subseries of the Writings Series.

Arranged alphabetically by folder title, except Emphasis, a recurring column on art and culture, which is arranged chronologically.


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