Lum, Bertha. (cover illustration). Color map by C.H. Appleton.
Time. 07- 1933.
Volume VIII, Number 1. July 1933 complete issue of Fortune magazine, profusely illustrated in color and black and white, 124 pages, 14 x 11 1/2 inches, color pictorial paper wrappers as issued. Very slight crease at upper right corner and light soiling to back cover, but overall this magazine is in fine condition. A beautiful bright copy. Interesting articles include: "The Reign of Meiji ...forty-five amazing years during which Japan jumpred out of the feudal age into the industrial present"; article on silver with double page decorative color map by C. H. Appleton "Silver World Production and Consumption." The article on the Owens-Illinois company includes a black and white diagram by Richard Edes Harrison showing the bottle making process. The color cover illustration of a Japanese weaver is by Bertha Lum, whose Japanese woodblock prints are most sought after. Item #39730