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1941 Esquire August - Vandalia Ohio; Orson Welles and Citizen Kane; Trinidad

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August 1941

From Esquire's own Library Archives

Inside: The Year that had no summer by Morton Stern; Vandalia Ohio national handicap - can a woman win? Sergeants are heartless; The Miracle of Miracles by Manuel Komroff; The case of the thin actor by Walter Schoenstedt; Quest for Jungle favor by Paul Annixter; This is inside Trinidad; Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Sark by Allan Seager; The Widow's Son by Roderick Lull; Orson Welles and Citizen Kane; Story of a Ship's Writer by Weston Hill; Horseflesh for the U.S. Army; The Man who made Peace by Hamilton Basso; The Farmer takes a horse by Joe Abrams; , This issue is missing the gatefold. We have another issue with the gatefold for $50 more. Inquire.

Esquire began in the Autumn of 1933 and runs to the current time. It it the cream of the crop when it comes to a man's magazine. A large magazine with nearly 200 pages. Lots of fashions, sports, and articles of general interest. We have most issues in stock. Loaded with beautiful car ads and full page cartoons. Excellent condition.

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