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CHRISTIAN DIOR. ANS: "Dior", 1p, 4x3¼ card. Paris, no date. On his personal imprinted card to unknown correspondent, but possibly to Stanton Griffis. In French. Roughly translated: "Christian Dior is very sad...[Here is] a little gift that wants to say: do not forget me and I kiss you well." Accompanied by original envelope, 4¼x3½. Four lines of writing (unknown hand) on front, not translated. With card imprinted: "Stanton Griffis". "Happy Christmas" written in pencil in unknown hand at upper left. The first collection of French fashion designer CHRISTIAN DIOR (1905-1957), the Corolle Line that debuted in 1947, was christened the "New Look" by American journalists and was instrumental in reviving the French couture industry. The biggest haute couture house in Paris in the 1950s, Dior catered to Hollywood stars and socialites with his classic, elegant designs. Two of his assistants, Pierre Cardin and Yves Saint Laurent, went on to successful fashion designing careers of their own. STANTON GRIFFIS (1887-1974), the son of author and preacher William Elliot Griffis, served as U.S. Ambassador to Poland (1947), Egypt (1948), Argentina (1949) and Spain (1951-1952). Three items. For more information contact HistoryForSale. DOCUMENT 274211

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