Fortune Magazine. April 1932. BOOKS, BOOKDEALERS - UNITED AIRPLANE - WRIGLEY GUM.

Fortune Magazine. April 1932.

Baker, Ernest Hamlin (cover illustration).
NY. Time Fortune. 04- 1932.
Volume V. Number 4. April 1932 complete issue of magazine, profusely illustrated in color and black and white, 138 pages, 14 x 11 1/2 inches, color pictorial paper wrappers as issued. Tiny spot in lower right margin of front cover, previous owner's name written neatly in pen on cover (by date), interior glue to spine has perished but the text block is still intact, good condition. Topics covered in this elegant business journal include ; "Merchant to Collectors...Dr. Abraham Simon Wolf Rosenbach, whose inventory is larger than Macy's" with eight full page color illustrations of important books and maps from this renowned bookdealer to the wealthy; housing ("How Much House for a Dollar"); the "No. 1 Airplane Company...United Aircraft and Transport"; William Wrigley Jr. the chewing gum magnate (with small photo illustrations by Margaret Bourke-White). As usual there are many elegant advertisements for cars, boats, planes and other luxury items. The striking color cover by Ernest Hamlin Baker depicts the work of road construction. Item #54642

Price: $45.00