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Nemy, Enid, Taylor, John B.
Here, in a lively, anecdotal text by Enid Nemy, a feature writer for the New York Times, is the personal story of Judith Leiber--'The Bag Lady from Budapest'--spanning her roots in pre-World War II Hungary, where she was the first woman accepted into the handbag Guild, through her emigration to the United States, where, after several stints working for other handbag manufacturers, she opened her own business in 1963. Some 192 full-color photographs reveal the dazzling array of bags in all their exquisite detail.Nemy, Enid is the author of 'Judith Leiber The Artful Handbag' with ISBN 9780810935716 and ISBN 0810935716.
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