Those Remarkable Cunards

Those Remarkable Cunards
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Daphne Fielding.

New York. Atheneum. 1968. First American edition. Green cloth-bound hardback, dust jacket. xvii, 205 pages. Illustrated with hors-texte black and white photographs. 225 x 150mm (8 x 6"). 0.5kg. . English. Near fine, in very good dust jacket; light shelf wear to jacket, a couple of short closed tears, slight yellowing to jacket, not price-clipped; clean, with no inscriptions.

Daphne Fielding's double biography of society hostess Emerald Cunard and her estranged daughter, Nancy. The book explores Emerald's marriages and her social and artistic campaigns. It then moves on to Nancy's life in France, her support of Jazz, her fight against racism and fascism, and the work of the Hours Press. Dust jacket design by John Alcorn.