This vintage copy of "Collier's Magazine" is dated September 13, 1952. The cover pictures a woman catching a baseball in a paper bag at a Chicago Cubs game. An article entitled, "A Date With The Cubs" is full of color photographs of women at the game. One even has her favorite player's name written in tape on the seat of her blue jeans!. This vintage periodical is full of wonderful advertising, articles on music, the military draft at the time and much more.
Fiction stories include:
Bodacious Blonde by Robert Dexter Neff
Elimination Race by John D MacDonald
Pigs Have Wings by P G Wodehouse
A Gif for Teresa by Clara L Parks
Tobe by William Kingsfield
Vintage advertising includes TWA, Texaco, State Farm and even an advertisement for Zenith Hearing Aids with Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt promoting them. There are wonderful graphics as well. "A Mink's-Eye View of Hollywood" has a wonderful double spread illustration by Al Hirschfeld.
This delightful magazine is in good vintage condition. A name and some numbers are written on the cover (see photos) and there is some minor tearing and chipping along the spine and edges. The back cover has the corner at the spine torn. The inside pages are clean and the staple binding is tight. This piece measures approximately 13 1/2 inches by 10 1/2 inches and will be shipped First Class Mail unless otherwise requested.
Vintage magazines are a great gift to give to someone who was born on this date or this year and perfect for framing for your cottage chic decor.
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Vintage Magazine COLLIERS 1952 Chicago Cubs Article - Fiction Magazines