The New Yorker: April 16, 1938. Harold ROSS.

The New Yorker: April 16, 1938.

New York: F-R Publishing Corporation, 1938. Paperback. 4to. Stiff color wrappers. 64pp. Illustrations, line drawings, advertisements. Near fine. Slightest spine "roll," else exceptionally bold and bright, complete lacking in edge tears. Item #44215

Tight and attractive copy (Volume XIV, Number 9) of the famed weekly begun in 1925. Front wrapper art by Rea Irvin (1881-1972), illustrator who created the iconic Eustace Tilley portrait for the magazine's 21 February 1925 debut issue, depicts a Margaret Dumont-type society woman standing and singing in church, the little girl in the pew in front of her turned around to face her and watch.

Price: $50.00

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