Thérèse Bonney Photographs
The Thérèse Bonney Photography collection contains over 4,000 photographs which document architecture and design in the 1920s and 1930s, primarily in Paris. Bonney was a photojournalist who both collected and took photographs and started an illustrated press service in 1924. Bonney’s photographic collection documents the impact of modernism on European design, of the time. Digitization of the CHM Bonney Collection funded by Smithsonian Women’s Committee, 2016.
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