New York: Time, Inc., 1931. Paperback. Cover artwork by Ernest Hamlin Baker and styled, I would venture to say, after Edna M. Reindel's equally Deco dust jacket front panel for W.R. Burnett's 1930 novel "Iron Man". Illustrated card covers, folio (14 inches tall), pp. 164, illustrated throughout in both B&W and color. Volume clean with faint creases and a small rub to front cover, some toning to text and browning to back cover. Near Fine. Item #2759
A very exclusive magazine, selling for a whopping $1 back in the day. This issue complete with ads for the opening of the Empire-State Building in the following month (May '31), various cruise lines, railways, automobiles and aircraft including the Autogiro, the Banff Springs Hotel, Minaki Lodge and articles on DOW Chemical, the Armour Fortune, Bausch & Lomb and Railway Signals. The 'US Organ' and 'The Silly Sheep' articles both contain credited Margaret Bourke-White photos.
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