Armstrong, Rolf; Taylor, W. L. (cover illustration); Frederic A. Anderson, F. Luis Mora et al.
Philadelphia. Curtis Publishing Co., 07- 1919.
Volume XXXVI. No. 7. July 1919 complete issue of the magazine, 120 pages, color pictorial paper wrappers as issued, illustrated throughout in color and black and white, 16 x 11 inches. Light soiling to covers and wear to cover extremities including multiple 1/4 inch tears to cover edges, splits to head and tail of spine up to 1 1/4 inches, 2 inch mailing label at upper right of front cover; interior in very good clean condition. Columbia Grafonola ad by Rolf Armstrong "Miss Columbia Celebrates the Fourth." Lots of interesting articles and fiction. Cover illustration "The New Day" by W. L. Taylor shows a herald of peace clad in gauzy robes. This issue is heavily concerned with the First World War and features "The Romance of General Pershing" and "General Pershing's 100 Heroes" in addition to full-page color Souvenir Pictures of the Great War. Beautifully illustrated advertisements for companies including Ivory Soap and Williams' Talc Powder. Item #56264