Neff, Wesley (cover illus).
Chicago. Ken, Inc., 05-19- 1938.
Vol. 1. No. 4. May 19, 1938 complete issue of magazine, color and black and white illustrations and ads, 106 pages, 13 1/2 x 10 1/2 inches, in color pictorial wrappers as issued. Covers lightly rubbed with and a few soft creases, light soiling on back cover; interior in good condition with some light foxing to a few pages, soft bands of wrinkling to mid left and right margins of color centerfold. This vintage magazine features a cover illustration by Wesley Neff of a Japanese man holding a camera and includes: "The Old Man at the Bridge" by Ernest Hemingway, "Land of Refuge" (Zionism and Israel) by Meyer Levin, Underhanded Underground Japan; plus color centerfold illustration "The New Lilliput" by Derso and Kelen showing Adolph Hitler lounging in a field surrounded by miniature caricatures of world leaders. A piece on "Lenin, Trotsky and Mussolini" is written by Dr. Angelica Balabanoff, who knew all three men and was excommunicated from the Third Internationale. Item #42719