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Caresse Crosby (born Mary Phelps Jacob; April 20, 1891 – January 24, 1970) was the first recipient of a patent for the modern bra, an American patron of the arts, publisher, and the "literary godmother to the Lost Generation of expatriate writers in Paris." She and her second husband, Harry Crosby, founded the Black Sun Press, which was instrumental in publishing some of the early works of many authors who would later become famous, among them Ernest Hemingway, Archibald MacLeish, Henry Miller, Anaïs Nin, Kay Boyle, Charles Bukowski, Hart Crane, and Robert Duncan.

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  • Mary Phelps Jacob, més coneguda com a Caresse Crosby (20 d'abril 1891 - 24 de gener del 1970). Va néixer a New Rochelle (Nova York) i va ser la dissenyadora/inventora del sostenidor modern. També va ser publicista, activista per la pau i poeta. Ella i el seu segon marit, , van fundar el que va publicar els primers llibres d'escriptors que després es van fer famosos com Henry Miller, Kay Boyle, Charles Bukowski i .
  • Mary Phelps Jacob, ab 1924 Caresse Crosby (* 20. April 1891 in New Rochelle, New York; † 24. Januar 1970 in Rom) war eine New Yorker Prominente, die 1910 einen Büstenhalter erfand, der große Akzeptanz fand. Sie war Verlegerin, Schriftstellerin und setzte sich für Frauenrechte ein.
  • Caresse Crosby, née Mary Phelps Jacob le 30 avril 1891 à New Rochelle dans l'État de New York et morte le 26 janvier 1970, est une éditorialiste, sculptrice et femme de lettres américaine, notamment célèbre pour avoir participé à l'invention du soutien-gorge en 1913, en créant un modèle plus confortable, sans armatures, que celui proposé par Herminie Cadolle. Elle a vendu son idée à l'entreprise de lingerie Warner Company.
  • Caresse Crosby (born Mary Phelps Jacob; April 20, 1891 – January 24, 1970) was the first recipient of a patent for the modern bra, an American patron of the arts, publisher, and the "literary godmother to the Lost Generation of expatriate writers in Paris." She and her second husband, Harry Crosby, founded the Black Sun Press, which was instrumental in publishing some of the early works of many authors who would later become famous, among them Ernest Hemingway, Archibald MacLeish, Henry Miller, Anaïs Nin, Kay Boyle, Charles Bukowski, Hart Crane, and Robert Duncan.
  • Caresse Crosby, conosciuta anche come Mary Phelps Jacob, Polly Jacob, Polly Peabody, (New Rochelle, 20 aprile 1891 – Roma, 26 gennaio 1970), è stata un'editrice, attivista e scrittrice statunitense. Una parte della sua produzione letteraria rientra nel concetto di arte erotica femminile. Morì nel 1970 a Roma di polmonite collegata a disturbi cardiocircolatori.
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  • Rome, Italy
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  • New Rochelle, New York, U.S.
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