1. By 1910 Lucile’s popularity and business had grown so such an extent that she was able to open a store in New York City.
Her coming to America was greatly heralded in the press, and she was soon writing a weekly syndicated newspaper column which appeared in papers across the county.
This full page article announcing the opening of her New York store and promoting her as the “Greatest Creator of Fashions in the World” was published on February 2, 1910.

    By 1910 Lucile’s popularity and business had grown so such an extent that she was able to open a store in New York City.

    Her coming to America was greatly heralded in the press, and she was soon writing a weekly syndicated newspaper column which appeared in papers across the county.

    This full page article announcing the opening of her New York store and promoting her as the “Greatest Creator of Fashions in the World” was published on February 2, 1910.

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