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1946 Esquire January-George Jessel; Abraham Harriton art; Schiaparelli;Christmas

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January 1946

From Esquire's own Library Archives

 Inside: Missing Vargas; Schiaparelli color reindeer ad; Lots of watch and lighter ads; Three German Masters; Remembering combat cheer; The Case of the backward Barber; The lost art of horse taming; I'm the Star by George Jessel; The New England Hurricane of 1938"All hands Lay Aft' burial at sea; Noel Toy; It's easy to throw a basketball game; 6 Abraham Harriton artworks; color jitterbug cartoon - nice; Functional Christmas gifts ( Lots of Christmas items in this issue); Meeting at the Fair; Ski jumper's holiday; The something in a colored man;  ;

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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