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The New Yorker: September 22, 1945
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The New Yorker: September 22, 1945

By ROSS, Harold (editor)

New York: F-R Publishing Corporation, 1945. Paperback. 4to. Stiff color wrappers. 80pp. Illustrations, line drawings, advertisements (some color). Very good. Quite nice and tight copy (Volume XXI, Number 32) of the famed weekly begun in 1925. Charming front wrapper art by Abe Birnbaum (1899-1966) depicts a small fenced New York back yard with rows of mature corn filling most of it and a family at a picnic table in foreground eating (what else?) corn on the cob.

$45.00

The New Yorker: March 24, 1945
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The New Yorker: March 24, 1945

By ROSS, Harold (editor)

New York: F-R Publishing Corporation, 1945. Paperback. 4to. Stiff color wrappers. 92pp. Illustrations, line drawings, advertisements (some color). Near fine. Faintest of edgewear only. Attractive, tight copy (Volume XXI, Number 6) of the famed weekly begun in 1925. Front wrapper art by Russian-born American illustrator Constantin Alajalov (1900-87), the only artist to paint covers for both "The New Yorker" and "The Saturday Evening Post," often remembered for his famed cubist-style watercolor front covers. Depicts the late-night inside of a commuter train compartment, with most passengers (including a soldier and sailor) sound asleep except for the dressed-up older couple in the foreground, who are enjoying an elaborate picnic dinner.

$45.00

The New Yorker: October 13, 1945
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The New Yorker: October 13, 1945

By ROSS, Harold (editor)

New York: F-R Publishing Corporation, 1945. Paperback. 4to. Stiff color wrappers. 100pp. Illustrations, line drawings, advertisements (some color). Near fine. A tight, quite nice copy (Volume XXI, Number 35) of the famed weekly begun in 1925. Delightful front wrapper art by Hungarian-American Julian de Miskey (1898-1976) depicts a symphony orchestra playing before an audience, the seated snare drummer in the foreground working on a crossword puzzle set in front of his music.

$45.00

The New Yorker: October 20, 1945
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The New Yorker: October 20, 1945

By ROSS, Harold (editor)

New York: F-R Publishing Corporation, 1945. Paperback. 4to. Stiff color wrappers. 100pp. Illustrations, line drawings, advertisements (some color). Very good. Outermost 1/3d of leaf 49-50 neatly removed top to bottom (presumably ad of some sort). A tight, quite nice copy (Volume XXI, Number 36 of the famed weekly begun in 1925. Front wrapper art by the popular and prolific Alan Dunn (1900-75) depicts a colorful, perhaps Italian small village of stuccoed, red-roofed structures with a river and bridge crossing it winding through the foreground, an artist up front painting the scene on a large canvas.

$40.00

The New Yorker: September 1, 1945
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The New Yorker: September 1, 1945

By ROSS, Harold (editor)

New York: F-R Publishing Corporation, 1945. Paperback. 4to. Stiff color wrappers. 68pp. Illustrations, line drawings, advertisements (some color). Very good. Quite nice and tight copy (Volume XXI, Number 29) of the famed weekly begun in 1925. Quaint front wrapper art by Hungarian-American illustraotr Ilonka Karasz (1893-1981) depicts a large and busy outdoor picnic scene on a food-laden tablebloth in a park.

$45.00

The New Yorker: November 3, 1945
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The New Yorker: November 3, 1945

By ROSS, Harold (editor)

New York: F-R Publishing Corporation, 1945. Paperback. 4to. Stiff color wrappers. 100pp. Illustrations, line drawings, advertisements (some color). Near fine. A tight and especially pristine copy (Volume XXI, Number 38 of the famed weekly begun in 1925. Front wrapper art by the prolific Perry Barlow (1892-1977) shows a just-returned U.S. Navy sailor admiring himself in a clothing store full-length dressing room mirror as a tailor watches, a snazzy double-breasted suitcoat over his blue bell-bottomed jumpsuit.

$50.00

The New Yorker: November 10, 1945
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The New Yorker: November 10, 1945

By ROSS, Harold (editor)

New York: F-R Publishing Corporation, 1945. Paperback. 4to. Stiff color wrappers. 100pp. Illustrations, line drawings, advertisements (some color). Near fine. Tight and quite attractive copy (Volume XXI, Number 39) of the famed weekly begun in 1925. Intriguing front wrapper art by illustrator Mary Petty (1899-19767) depicts a maid in a Victorian pantry polishing the silverware and staring at her elongated reflection in a just-shined teapot.

$45.00

The New Yorker: February 10, 1945
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The New Yorker: February 10, 1945

By ROSS, Harold (editor)

New York: F-R Publishing Corporation, 1945. Paperback. 4to. Stiff color wrappers. 76pp. Illustrations, line drawings, advertisements (some color). Very good. Spine a tad rough. A tight, quite nice copy (Volume XX, Number 52) of the famed weekly begun in 1925. Front wrapper art by illustrator and Caldecott-winning children's book author Roger Duvoisin (1904-80), an all-green scene of an overgrown jungle in the Pacific Theatre with a camouflaged American G.I. at lower left writing a letter home.

$45.00

The New Yorker: September 15, 1945
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The New Yorker: September 15, 1945

By ROSS, Harold (editor)

New York: F-R Publishing Corporation, 1945. Paperback. 4to. Stiff color wrappers. 84pp. Illustrations, line drawings, advertisements (some color). Very good. Quite nice and tight copy (Volume XXI, Number 31) of the famed weekly begun in 1925. Droll end-of-WW2 front wrapper art by Garrett Price (1897-1979) depicts a half dozen business executives around a blueprint-covered table, factory interior visible in window behind them churning out war machinery, as they stare at their new product, a monkey peddling a tricycle tin toy.

$50.00

The New Yorker: February 24, 1945
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The New Yorker: February 24, 1945

By ROSS, Harold (editor)

New York: F-R Publishing Corporation, 1945. Paperback. 4to. Stiff color wrappers. 72pp. Illustrations, line drawings, advertisements (some color). Near fine. Faintest of edgewear only. Quite nice and tight copy (Volume XXI, Number 2) of the famed weekly begun in 1925. Front wrapper art by Russian-born American illustrator Constantin Alajalov (1900-87), the only artist to paint covers for both "The New Yorker" and "The Saturday Evening Post," often remembered for his famed cubist-style watercolor front covers. Depicts a tony hotel room with husband and bellhops waiting in hallway at open door as wife in foreground packs her suitcase.

$45.00

The New Yorker: February 17, 1945
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The New Yorker: February 17, 1945

By ROSS, Harold (editor)

New York: F-R Publishing Corporation, 1945. Paperback. 4to. Stiff color wrappers. 72pp. Illustrations, line drawings, advertisements (some color). Very good. Quite minor edgewear and barely visible vertical fold along center. Tight, nice copy (Volume XXI, Number 1) of the famed weekly begun in 1925. Front wrapper art by illustrator Rea Irvin (1881-1972) depicts the same iconic "Eustace Tilley" head-and-shoulders portrait created for the magazine's 21 February 1925 debut issue and run periodically afterward.

$40.00

The New Yorker: May 19, 1945
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The New Yorker: May 19, 1945

By ROSS, Harold (editor)

New York: F-R Publishing Corporation, 1945. Paperback. 4to. Stiff color wrappers. 84pp. Illustrations, line drawings, advertisements (some color). Near fine. Tight and quite attractive copy (Volume XXI, Number 14) of the famed weekly begun in 1925. Fun front wrapper art by illustrator Perry Barlow (1892-1977) depicts a closeup of a heavyset gent in hat grinning as he lifts off his pince-nez glasses to observe three baby birds squawking for food in their nest.

$45.00

The New Yorker: February 3, 1945
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The New Yorker: February 3, 1945

By ROSS, Harold (editor)

New York: F-R Publishing Corporation, 1945. Paperback. 4to. Stiff color wrappers. 76pp. Illustrations, line drawings, advertisements (some color). Very good. A tight, quite nice copy (Volume XX, Number 51) of the famed weekly begun in 1925. Front wrapper art by Abe Birnbaum (1899-1966) depicts a classroom full of young girls practicing ballet stances, the tall male instructor at center demonstrating.

$45.00

The New Yorker: October 12, 1940
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The New Yorker: October 12, 1940

By ROSS, Harold (editor)

New York: F-R Publishing Corporation, 1940. Paperback. 4to. Stiff color wrappers. 88pp. Illustrations, line drawings, advertisements (some color). Near fine. Very faintest of rubbing, else tight and handsome -- and entirely free of edge tears. Tight and attractive copy (Volume XVI, Number 35) of the famed weekly begun in 1925. Front wrapper art by William Cotton (1880-1958) is a moody pastel scene depicting an elderly grand dame in evening attire stepping out of her touring car aided by a top hat and cape-wearing elderly escort. Extra heavy stock color centerfold leaf advertises a Cadlliac for $1345.

$50.00

The New Yorker: June 8, 1940
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The New Yorker: June 8, 1940

By ROSS, Harold (editor)

New York: F-R Publishing Corporation, 1940. Paperback. 4to. Stiff color wrappers. 72pp. Illustrations, line drawings, advertisements (some color). Near fine. Faint bit of rubbing, else tight, attractive and free of edge tears. A superb, bright copy (Volume XVI, Number 17) of the famed weekly begun in 1925. Delightful front wrapper art by one of the magazine's few female illustrators, Barbara Shermund (1899-1978) -- closeup of a young woman in graduation gown and mortarboard wearing a huge garland of flowers about her neck, turning uneasily as a bee approaches. Cartoon contributors to this issue include Peter Arno, Helen E. Hokinson and Gluyas Williams.

$50.00

The New Yorker: April 16, 1938
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The New Yorker: April 16, 1938

By ROSS, Harold (editor)

New York: F-R Publishing Corporation, 1938. Paperback. 4to. Stiff color wrappers. 64pp. Illustrations, line drawings, advertisements. Near fine. Slightest spine "roll," else exceptionally bold and bright, complete lacking in edge tears. Tight and attractive copy (Volume XIV, Number 9) of the famed weekly begun in 1925. Front wrapper art by Rea Irvin (1881-1972), illustrator who created the iconic Eustace Tilley portrait for the magazine's 21 February 1925 debut issue, depicts a Margaret Dumont-type society woman standing and singing in church, the little girl in the pew in front of her turned around to face her and watch.

$50.00

The New Yorker: June 22, 1940
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The New Yorker: June 22, 1940

By ROSS, Harold (editor)

New York: F-R Publishing Corporation, 1940. Paperback. 4to. Stiff color wrappers. 60pp. Illustrations, line drawings, advertisements (some color). Near fine. Tight, handsome, completely free of edge tears. A superb, bright copy (Volume XVI, Number 19) of the famed weekly begun in 1925. Delightful front wrapper art by Peter Arno (1904-68) shows a clergyman at a microphone-laden podium in the foreground preaching before massive crowds at a national political convention while elderly politicos around him grumble. Cartoon contributors to this issue include Arno, James Thurber, Helen E. Hokinson, Chon Day, and George Price. An outstanding example in exceptional condition.

$60.00

The New Yorker: December 23, 1944
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The New Yorker: December 23, 1944

By ROSS, Harold (editor)

New York: F-R Publishing Corporation, 1944. Paperback. 4to. Stiff color wrappers. 60pp. Illustrations, line drawings, advertisements (some color). Near fine. Faint bit of rubbing, else tight and nice -- and entirely free of edge tears. Tight and attractive copy (Volume XX, Number 45) of the famed weekly begun in 1925. Front wrapper art by Rea Irvin (1881-1972, illustrator who created the iconic Eustace Tilley portrait for the magazine's 21 February 1925 debut issue) shows a quiet nighttime winter scene of a snow-covered, bombed-out European city, bells tolling on the cathedral in the foreground as snow falls -- quite poignant.

$50.00

The New Yorker: November 4, 1944
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The New Yorker: November 4, 1944

By ROSS, Harold (editor)

New York: F-R Publishing Corporation, 1944. Paperback. 4to. Stiff color wrappers. 80pp. Illustrations, line drawings, advertisements (some color). Very good. Very faint rubbing and quite light vertical fold (not weakened), with typically slightly age toned war-time paper -- else tight and nice, largely free of edge tears. Tight and attractive copy (Volume XX, Number 38) of the famed weekly begun in 1925. Front wrapper art by William Cotton (1880-1958) shows citizens voting on election day -- couple at a table filling out a form, others lined up before an old-fashioned voting booth, lady with woven basket of groceries chatting with election official. "Who's Who" of cartoon contributors include James Thurber, Charles Addams (non-macabre), Whitney Darrow Jr., Chon Day and George Price.

$50.00

The New Yorker: February 10, 1940
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The New Yorker: February 10, 1940

By ROSS, Harold (editor)

New York: F-R Publishing Corporation, 1940. Paperback. 4to. Stiff color wrappers. 68pp. Illustrations, line drawings, advertisements (some color). Near fine. Quite bold and bright and entirely free of edge tears. Tight and attractive copy (Volume XV, Number 52) of the famed weekly begun in 1925. Superb front wrapper art by the Russian-born American illustrator Constantin Alajalov (1900-87), the only artist to paint covers for both "The New Yorker" and "The Saturday Evening Post," best remembered for his famed cubist-style watercolor front covers. Scene here depicts the packed lobby of a theatre, the foreground crammed with smiling social elite and overflowing staircase in background trying to squeeze in. An exceptional condition copy with killer graphics.

$50.00

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