Ice-Capades of 1944 4th Victory Edition
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18 p., wraps. This is an interesting and entertaining period piece—with pretty women, fancy costumes, a pantomimed story, a man in drag, a “native Hawaiian singer and musician,” and much more. There are many references to World War II, including a salute to members of the Ice-Capades serving in the armed forces. The cover is a “Petty Girl” painted by George Petty; it is sugested in the program that you send the “ICE-CA ‘Pet’” to a friend in the service. Wraps, stapled, interior printed in black, gray, and blue, fine. Bookseller Inventory # 092615IC
Title: Ice-Capades of 1944 4th Victory Edition
Publisher: New York: Ice Capades, Inc.
Publication Date: 1944
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Fine
Edition: 1st Edition
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