New Yorker December 14, 1946 Children See Santa Smoking

New Yorker December 14, 1946 Children See Santa Smoking
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The New Yorker Magazine -ORIGINAL EDITION-

Date: New Yorker December 14 1946   Size and Page Count: 8.5" X 11" Tall, approx. 60 pages

Condition: Good - Complete NO missing pages -

Cover Children See Santa Smoking by William Henry 'Will' Cotton (1880-1958) was an American portrait painter, caricaturist, and playwright. After a successful career as a portrait painter, he began working as a caricaturist for Vanity Fair in 1931 and for The New Yorker the following year. In 1931, the New York Repertory Company produced a comedy he wrote, "The Bride the Sun Shines On", at the Fulton Theatre in New York. He also painted mural decorations for New York City theaters, including the Capitol, Apollo, Times Square, and Selwyn theaters.

Illustrations: Full color illustration on front & back covers as well as many color and B&W illustrations, many full page and smaller Cartoons  inside magazine

  ----An excellent opportunity for the collector, researcher or historian----

This magazine is famous for it's cover art, cartoons & focus on life in New York City.

Departments include: Goings On About Town,The Talk of the Town (notes and comments), The Art Galleries , Books, The Current Cinema, Of All Things, On and Off the Avenue:Feminine Fashions, A Reporter at Large, The Theatre, Of All Things Column - (These are humorous 2 sentence current event footnotes.), Books

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