Entire April issue, in original Sam Berman wraps, covers moderately worn and rubbed, corners of front cover dog-eared, spine split cleanly at top and bottom about 3 inches, text discretely detached from covers at staples, not noticeable when magazine is closed. Another of the author's so - called letters to Esquire, this one about unannounced visitors to his Key West home, and their sometimes annoying questions. Issue includes fiction from Manuel Komroff, Louis Paul, Morley Callaghan, John Collier, Robert Buckner, Walter Clare Martin, and Wolfe Kaufman, other non-fiction from John Gunther, Lawton Mackall, Hemry M. Robinson, Arthur D. Ficke, Frank Scully, W. Beran Wolfe, M. D., William Moulton Marston, Baron Reitzenstein, Paul W. Kearney, Leo Rosten, and Charles Cooke, poetry from John Gould Fletcher, satire from Montague Glass, Ellis Parker Butler, Lawrence Martin, and Raymond Knight, sports from Harold Titus, Herb Graffis, Lewis Y. Hagy, and Holmes Alexander, and cartoons from George Petty, John Groth, E. Simms Campbell, Sidney Hoff, Abner Dean, R. Van Buren, Howard Baer, D. McKay, Jay Irving, Rodney de Sarro, Gilbert Bundy, Paul Webb, Ty Mahon, and Roland Coe. Scarce. Bookseller Inventory # 009420
Title: The Sights Of Whitehead Street: A Key West ...
Publisher: Esquire, Inc.
Publication Date: 1935
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Good
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