Pogany, Willy; Rose O'Neill (ads). Brett, Harold (cover illustration); Howard Giles, Gayle Porter Hoskins et al.
Philadelphia. Curtis Publishing Co., 06- 1919.
Volume XXXVI. No. 6. June 1919 complete issue of the magazine, 176 pages, color pictorial paper wrappers as issued, illustrated throughout in color and black and white, 16 x 11 inches. Soiling to covers and multiple tears (up to 1/4 inch) to cover edges, 2 inch mailing label to front cover, 1 3/4 inch split to tail of spine, sharp crease to top right corner of front cover and first 8 pages, light soiling to top right corner of first 60 or so pages (mostly outside image area). Interior in good, clean condition overall. Sold as is. Lots of interesting articles and fiction. Cover illustration of two girls on a swing is by Harold Brett. This issue is heavily concerned with the First World War, featuring articles like "General Pershing's 100 Heroes" and "The Englishwoman After the War: What is She Going to Do and What is Her Government Going to Do for Her?" as well as full-page color "Souvenir Pictures of the Great War" by artists including Karl Anderson and Gayle Porter Hoskins. Beautifully illustrated advertisements for companies including Pompeian Beauty Powder, Sunkist Oranges, Cliquot Club Ginger Ale, Talc Jonteel, Jap Rose Soap, Vivaudou Mavis Face Powder, Adams Chewing Gum, Willy Pogany Djer Kiss ad, Jello ad by Rose O'Neill and more. Item #56265