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1948 Esquire February- Patton's 3rd Army history; Jack Kramer; John Alan Maxwell Art

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February, 1948

Complete Magazine from Esquire's own Archives


Here are some of the items in this issue: St. Bernard full page cartoon; NYU Sports; Imported Horsepower - shows foreign sports cars including MGTC, Jaguar and Triumph; Andrea King plays Lillian Russell full page color print; How I'll beat Bobby Riggs in Tennis by Jack Kramer; Lucky forward - the History of Patton's Third U. S, Army; Making yourself fit to ski; 6 basic exercises for pretty girls by E Simms Campbell; Esquire in New Orleans; Nostalgia and nudes; John Alan Maxwell art; One of these issues is missing the gatefold.


. Full page color cartoons and fashions.

Extremely Nice condition. In all of our years of business we've never seen Esquires as nice as these. They must have been stored in a dark vault. Bright vibrant colors inside and out. Sometimes a library stamp on the cover.

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