Art Deco came in various forms, in numerous colors, with dozens of typefaces and scores of illustrative methods. This rare promotion for the Broadway showing of “A Wonderful Night” is a matter-of-fact Deco or Moderne representation that shows how common and ubiquitous it was—and also how well it marked its period in 1929—when it appeared on the Great White Way.
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