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Vogue (7 Issues Bound in One Volume: 1913-1917)

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Published by Condé Nast, New York, 1917
Condition: Good Soft cover
From ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB) (Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.)

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Ex-Library. Sm. Folio. 140pp. 112pp. 152pp. 88pp. 160pp. 80pp. 108pp. Maroon cloth, gold lettering on spine. Illustrated throughout with reproductions in color and black and white, including photographs, advertisements, and drawings. Seven covers present. Contains Issues: November 15, 1913 (Dramatic and Vanity Number), February 1, 1914 (Forecast of Spring Fashions), April 15, 1914 (Smart Fashions for Limited Incomes), July 1, 1914 (Hot Weather Fashions, December 1, 1914 (Christmas Gifts Number), January 15, 1917 (Motor & Southern Fashions Number). Seven covers in tact. All contain many advertising pages as well as the Shoppers' and Buyers' Guide classified ads for New York businesses. The index divides the magazine into eight parts: Special Features, Costumes, Miscellaneous Fashions, Society, Decoration, The Fine Arts, Regular Departments, and Of Varied Interest. Regular Departments include What They Read, For the Hostess, On Her Dressing Table, and Editorial. Cover artists vary from Frank X. Leyendecker, Helen Dryden, to E. M. A. Steinmetz. Full portraits and candid photographic reproductions of members of Royalty and high Society paired with reports of their activities appear in each issue, i.e., Mrs. John Astor & Mrs. William K. Vanderbilt. Formerly owned by the research department of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer studios. This collection includes many articles such as When Working in the Richness of Velvet, French Actresses of the Dramatic and Operatic Stage (including pictures of Georgis Caine and Natalie Alt), The International Exhibition at Pittsburgh, and What New York Wears. The April 15th number presents a Seen on the Stage article with reviews and photographs of contemporary plays and operas, featuring Don Giovanni, Der Rosenkavlier, and The Last Resort. The January 15th number includes an article titled The New Year in the Motor World: Greater Speed, Responsiveness, and Economy of Operation Mark the 1917 Cars, with more than 21 b/w reproductions of photographs with descriptions of current automobiles including the Palm-Singer touring-car, the Willys-Knight limousine, and the Daniels 8-cylinder Landulet. Six full color covers retained in this volume. February 1st 1914 cover not present. Spines sunned, head and tail of spines bumped and slightly frayed. Shelf wear and rubbing to edges. Library envelope borrowing history (with stamped dates from 1950-60) pasted onto front paste-down endpaper. Library stamps and writing on endpapers. First few pages of collection including the first cover retain library stamps at top right corners, all other covers clean. Every issue retains library sticker to third page advertisement. Unidentified 1914 front cover page bound-in at page 16 of the April 15th Issue. Pages clean and bright. Binding in good, interior in very good condition. Bookseller Inventory # 23280

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Title: Vogue (7 Issues Bound in One Volume: 1913-...

Publisher: Condé Nast, New York

Publication Date: 1917

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Good

Edition: First printing.

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Since 1985 we offer individual books for sale from our inventory of 150,000 rare, out-of-print and antiquarian volumes on many topics, with an emphasis on Judaica, Hebraica, Bibles and rabbinics, the fine and decorative arts, architecture, photography, textile and wallpaper sample books, Bauhaus and the avant garde, expressionist dance, Olympic Games and sport, the ancient near-east and archeology, erotica, illustrated and foreign-language books, especially German, Yiddish, Polish and Hebrew, as well as books from the Weimar Republic and the Third Reich, plus Russian constructivist materials. We create book collections, both large and small, for individuals, decorators, archives and libraries¿currently available: a 10,000-volume research collection on Judaica in the German language. In addition, we maintain a beguiling selection of original works of art and photography. Eric Chaim Kline provides appraisal services for estate, insurance and tax purposes, often helping to match book donors with libraries and museums. We purchase books of merit and entire collections; we also take books on consignment with favorable terms. We are a rental source for movie and tv production, occasionally providing the prop on which the plot turns. Traveling throughout the U.S. and Europe, Eric Chaim Kline has been buying and selling old and rare books since the 1980¿s, when in graduate school at Brandeis University. Proprietor of bookshops in several Los Angeles locations since 1985, he hosts visitors by appointment in our lively bookstore and ships books to collectors, libraries and museums worldwide. Kline occasionally lectures on topics in book collecting and Jewish studies. He sponsors the annual Bibliography Award granted by the Association of Jewish Libraries and serves on the national board of the Antiquarian Booksellers¿ Association of America. We welcome your inquiries.

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