Vanity Fair Magazine, June, 1933

New York: Conde Nast & Company. Very Good. 1933. First. Includes 'A primer on money' by Jonathan Mithcell, p. 13, 'The Nullification of Senator Borah' by Jay Franklin, p. 16, 'The Stars and Stripes in Moscow' by William C. White, p. 18, 'Herr Hitler and the immemorial Moses' - photograph, p. 23, 'Portrait of a dictator" by George Slocombe, p. 24, 'Impossible Interviews no. 18' by Miguel Covarrubias, p. 25, and 'The Pulps: day dreams for the masses' by Marcus Duffield, p. 26. Please know pages 5-6 & 7-8 were never published. Publishers often allocated initial pages to advertisers, but as the Depression worsened some advertisers failed to commit. As such no June 1933 issue has pages 5-6 & 7-8.; large quarto: 9.75 x 12.75; 64 pages; All shipments through USPS insured Priority Mail. . First Edition.

Title: Vanity Fair Magazine, June, 1933

Author Name: Jonathan Mitchell, Jay Franklin, William C. White, George Slocombe, Marcus Duffield, et al.

Illustrator: Covarrubias, Charles Laborde, William Steige, et al.

Categories: Vanity Fair Magazine,

Edition: First

Publisher: New York, Conde Nast & Company: 1933

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 2036