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Edna Woolman Chase

Edna Woolman Chase (1877–1957) was editor in chief of Vogue magazine from 1914-1952.

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... Edna Woolman Chase (1877–1957) was editor in chief of Vogue magazine from 1914-1952 ... her a consultant regarding the direction of the magazine, eventually giving Edna control over the magazine's layout ... Chase went on the road to persuade people to keep reading the magazine ...

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    The beaux and the babies, the servant troubles, and the social aspirations of the other girls seemed to me superficial. My work did not. I was professional. I could earn my own money, or I could be fired if I were inefficient. It was something to get your teeth into. It was living.
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    Once Vogue showed two or three dresses for stout women, but we were so shaken by the experience we haven’t repeated it in fifty-seven years. Today ... we must acknowledge that a lady may grow mature, but she never grows fat.
    Edna Woolman Chase (1877–1957)

    The beaux and the babies, the servant troubles, and the social aspirations of the other girls seemed to me superficial. My work did not. I was professional. I could earn my own money, or I could be fired if I were inefficient. It was something to get your teeth into. It was living.
    —Edna Woolman Chase (1877–1957)