Diamond, Harry O. (cover illus).
Philadelphia. Curtis Publishing. 02- 1949.
Vol. 5, No. 2. February 1949 complete issue of the magazine in wrappers as issued, profusely illustrated in color and black and white, 134 pages, 14 x 11 inches. Moderate wear and soiling to covers including up to 1/2 inch paper loss to head and tail of spine, upper right corner lightly bumped, insect damage resulting in small amount of paper loss to lower right corner of front cover and first 16 pages; interior in good condition overall. Articles include "The Greater Antilles of the West Indies" by A. J. Liebling, with a cover illustration of a West Indian woman by Harry O. Diamond and a photograph of Ernest Hemmingway hugging "an unidentified Cuban friend" - feline; "Algiers" by John Horne Burns; "Washington Whirligig" by S. J. Perelman; and "Harvard: No longer a Boston social annex, but still not a poor boys' school" by Cleaveland Amory. Extensive period advertising includes ads for Zenith TV with Circular Screen, Oldsmobile, and Cadillac. This item requires extra shipping charges for priority mail within the US, and for orders sent outside the US. For overseas orders this is approximately $15 additional. Non-priority mail within the US does NOT incur an extra charge. Please contact us for a quote. Item #55564