One of the most famous of all gentlemen's magazines, Esquire contained articles on current events ("Twice-Told Truth About Japan" p. 43), clothing, theatre, food, books, records, personalities, sports, etc. It also published short fiction, poetry, satire and cartoons in each number. Contains a 12-page Vargas calendar at centre.
Publisher: Esquire, Inc.
Edition: January, 1942. Vol. XVII, No. 1
Date Published: 1942
Place Published: Chicago
Condition: Very good
Dust Jacket: No
Jacket Condition: n/a
Details: 194 p. 36 cm. Hundreds of b&w and colour illustrations. Pictorial softcover is somewhat worn. Some tiny tears and thumbing. Some tiny tears and thumbing. Pink marks top of 65 and first page of calendar.