Entire August issue, in original colorful Sam Berman wraps, covers moderately worn and rubbed, creasing noted along front hinge, and also at front and rear covers, one page not of the Hemingway article has been crudely taped to repair a clean tear. The American author and adventurer's commentary on marlin fishing off the north coast of Cuba. Issue includes fiction from D. H. Lawrence, William McFee, Manual Komroff, Albert Halper, H. E. Bates, Bill Adams, and Harry Ashe, non-fiction from Ezra Pound, Rockwell Kent, Leon Trotzky, George Jean Nathan, Thomas Beer, Jim Tully, Carleton Smith, Paul W. Kearney, Fred C. Kelly, and Frank Scully, poetry from Witter Bynner, and cartoons from John Groth, E. Simms Campbell, Sidney Hoff, Abner Dean, R. Van Buren, Howard Baer, Everett Shinn, George Lichty, D. McKay, Jay Irving, Rodney de Sarro, Ty Mahon, and Dan Runyan. Scarce. Bookseller Inventory # 008969
Title: Out In The Stream: A Cuban Letter in Esquire...
Publisher: Esquire, Inc.
Publication Date: 1934
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Good
Book Description Esquire, Inc, 1934. Magazine. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. An original complete issue with cover and ads. Folio, 14" tall, 170 pages, wire saddle stich, stiff wraps. A very good, clean, first edition soft cover issue overall, with light shelf wear and slight exterior soiling, but a small 1" paper label affixed to the bottom margin.; interior clean, and bright. Includes great full page B & W and color cartoons as well as color ads. Seller Inventory # 36086