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In 1902, Audiences Turned Up Their Noses at the First Perfume Concert

On a New York stage, a poet and art critic named Sadakichi Hartmann attempted the first perfume concert, and it was a disaster. The post In 1902, Audiences Turned Up Their Noses at the First Perfume Concert appeared first on Hyperallergic.
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