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Wynn Richards (1888-1960)

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By Richards

Partial list of works published in The Bride's Magazine

Autumn 1939

"Faille and feathers in New York" as designed by Saks Fifth Avenue, p. 57.
"Godey's Fashions for a Fall Wedding," p. 58.
"Portrait Bride in a Gainesborough Setting by Wynn Richards," p. 59.

Winter 1939-1940

Schiaparelli-inspired apron dress for the J.L. Hudson Company of Detroit, Michigan, p. 23.

Spring 1940

"Forever After," for the J.L. Hudson Company of Detroit, Michigan, p. 25.
"Candlelight Brides," [a wedding gown and headdress from Russeks Department Store], p. 55.

Summer 1940

"The Joy and Pride of every Bride, Wamsutta Supercale Sheets," color photographs of bride and sheets, inside front cover.
"Garden Brides," [a gown from Hattie Carnegie's Jeune Fille Collection], p. 55.
"Apple Blossom Wedding," [gowns for bride, bridesmaid and flower girl], pp. 58-59.

Autumn 1940

"Victorian bride," for B. Altman & Co., New York, p. 5.

Winter 1940-1941

[Rayon damask wedding gown] created for the J.L. Hudson Company of Detroit, Michigan, p. 43.

No Richards credits were found in the Spring or Summer 1941 issues.

About Richards

Albert, Dora. "Experiment Brought Her Success." Popular Photography, August 1938: 24-25.

Black, Patti Carr. Art in Mississippi: 1720-1980. Jackson: University of Mississippi Press, 1998.

Carter, Betty W. The Delta Democrat Times. Greenville, MS: October 23, 1956, page one.

Copyright Descriptions Collection. "What It Takes To Make a Star." Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation, c. 1945. 6 Jul45: MP16287. [2 page script re Richards]

Erwin, Kathleen A. "Wynn Richards: A Woman of Style." Notes from a talk given at the Detroit Institute of Arts, March 23, 1996.

Fashion Group International records, External link Archives & Manuscripts, New York Public Library.

Fulton, Marianne, ed. Pictorialism into Modernism: The Clarence H. White School of Photography. New York: Rizzoli, 1996.

Gault, Lenore Ann. "Reflections in a Shuttered Eye: The Life and Career of Wynn Richards." Term paper prepared for photography class at the University of Mississippi at Oxford, 1998.

Richards-Campbell, Holly. "Matsy Was a Pioneer," The Delta Democrat Times Arts and Leisure, Greenville, MS, Sunday, April 11, 1982: 6C.

Sabine, Lillian. "Wynn Richards of New York," Abel's Photographic Weekly, Oct. 3, 1931: 407.

Sabine, Lillian. "Wynn Richards of New York," Abel's Photographic Weekly, Oct. 17, 1931: 455.

Sabine, Lillian. "Wynn Richards of New York," Abel's Photographic Weekly, Oct. 24, 1931.

Taylor, G. Herbert. My Best Photograph and Why. New York: The Dodge Publishing Co., 1937, pp. 70-71.

"What It Takes to Make a Star," Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation, c. 1945 6 July 45; MP16287. Microfilm in Library of Congress, Motion Pictures, Broadcast, and Recorded Sound Section.

Yochelson, Bonnie. Wynn Richards. New York: Photofind Gallery, 1989.

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