Baker, Hamlin. (cover illustration).
NY. Time Fortune. March 1933.
Volume VII. Number 3. March 1933 issue of the magazine, profusely illustrated in color and black and white, 136 pp, 14 x 11 inches, color pictorial paper wrappers as issued. Front cover a trifle soiled, very good condition, cigar labels in fine condition. Many interesting articles in this handsome issue, including the much sought after Cigar Label fold out in mint condition, plus numerous color and black and white advertisements. Articles include three-part United Fruit (with map); A & P and the Hartfords; Charleston, S. C.; profusely illustrated 10,000 Tons of Fighting Cat (USS Indianapolis); Failure of Bank of US; a Portfolio of Cigar Label Art. Full page color ads include Dodge, Packard, Chevrolet Truck, and Lucky Strike by Howard Chandler Christie. Color cover illustration depicting Railroad Signal by Hamlin Baker.
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