Vanity Fair Magazine, June, 1916


Theodore Roosevelt is the editors' "Candidate for Perpetual Presedent of the United States." Includes 'Amateur Golf and Amateur Legislation, A Consideration of the New and Much Disputed Rulings' by Robert Stanley Weir, and "Winner of the Thousand-Dollar Reward for the Worst Short Film Story," Aleister Crowley's strange 'Vanity Fair's Prize Movie Scenario' at p. 89. Lateral closed tear & chipping to cover; lacking rear cover; otherwise complete ; large quarto: 9.75 x 12.75; 136 pages

Title: Vanity Fair Magazine, June, 1916

Author Name: C. P. West, P. G. Wodehouse, Victor Georg, Leander Richardson, Frederick Everett, Ira L. Hill, Aleister Crowley, Frederick James Gregg, Arthur Symons, Max Eastman, Henry Brinsley, Stephen Leacock, P. Brooke-Haven, James L. Ford, Robert Stanley Weir

Illustrator: Illustrated by Everett Shinn, C. Allan Gilbert, Esther Andrews, Rabajoi, George Luks, Fish, Thelma Cudlipp, Myrtle Held

Categories: Vanity Fair,

Edition: First

Publisher: New York, Condé Nast & Company: 1916

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 1955

Keywords: Theodore Roosevelt