Million Dollar Fright: A New York Letter in Esquire Magazine

Hemingway, Ernest

Published by Esquire, Inc., Chicago, 1935
Condition: Good Soft cover
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Entire December issue, in original pictorial James E. Liedloff wraps, moderate general wear and soiling. The author and adventurer's commentary on the Joe Louis - Max Baer fight. Issue includes other non-fiction from Konrad Bercovici, Eugene Lyons, F. Gregory Hartswick, Willy Ley, Hanson W. Baldwin, Eugene Wright, Wainwright Evans, Emil Lengyel, and A. F. Guttmacher, M. D., fiction from Manuel Komroff, Erskine Caldwell, Vincent Sheeah, Peter Freuchen, Louis Paul, Robert Buckner, Theodore Pratt, Louis Zara, Horace McCoy, and T. Benson Hoy, poetry from Conrad Aiken, sports from Lawson Little, Harold Titus, Edward M. Barrows, and Lewis Y. Hagy, and cartoons or illustrations from John Groth, E. Simms Campbell, Everett Shinn, Gilbert Bundy, D. McKay, Howard Baer, Rodney de Sarro, Paul Webb, George Petty, Roland Coe, Jay Irving, Ty Mahon, Abner Dean, and Sydney Hoff. Housed in archival bag with stiff backing. Bookseller Inventory # 018243

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Title: Million Dollar Fright: A New York Letter in ...

Publisher: Esquire, Inc., Chicago

Publication Date: 1935

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition:Good

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