The New Yorker: March 24, 1945. Harold ROSS.

The New Yorker: March 24, 1945.

New York: F-R Publishing Corporation, 1945. Paperback. 4to. Stiff color wrappers. 92pp. Illustrations, line drawings, advertisements (some color). Near fine. Faintest of edgewear only. Item #44723

Attractive, tight copy (Volume XXI, Number 6) of the famed weekly begun in 1925. Front wrapper art by Russian-born American illustrator Constantin Alajalov (1900-87), the only artist to paint covers for both "The New Yorker" and "The Saturday Evening Post," often remembered for his famed cubist-style watercolor front covers. Depicts the late-night inside of a commuter train compartment, with most passengers (including a soldier and sailor) sound asleep except for the dressed-up older couple in the foreground, who are enjoying an elaborate picnic dinner.

Price: $45.00

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