Pictorial Review/Delineator, January 1939 Vintage Women's Magazine Full Issue

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On offer is the complete January 1939 issue of the Pictorial Review combined with Delineator, with a Anton Bruehl cover, six pages of fashion drawings including "The Only Other Thing You'll Need is a Ticket to Havana," the short story "A Girl Who Ought to Be Told" by Mary Hastings Bradley, a complete novel "Open & Shut Case" by Margaret Culkin Banning, and more!

Pictorial Review was a women's magazine published from 1899 until 1939. In 1937 the Pictorial Review merged with the Delineator and began publishing combined issues.

Beautiful vintage ads include Listerine Tooth paste, Diamond Walnuts, Campbell's Soups, Corn Kix cereal, and many more.

Measures 10 5/8 by 13 1/4 inches.

70 pages long. In good condition. Mailing label to front.

An excellent conversation piece, as well as great possibility for framed vintage art or materials for use in your own art projects. In good condition. Bottom edge slightly wrinkled due water damage; mailing label on front cover. A lovely cover image and pages of vintage ads and fashion drawings.


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