Blanco y Negro, Año 42, No 2.146, 1932

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1930s issue of the Spanish publication Blanco y Negro with striking art deco cover art

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Blanco y Negro, Año 42, No 2.146, 1932
Blanco y Negro, Año 42, No 2.146, 1932
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