Vanity Fair January 1915

By: Frank Crowninshield

Price: $285.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Very Good

Complete issue of this scarce periodical in only its second year of publication. Articles include: The Singer Tower photographed by Karl Struss; Germany's map of Europe in 1915; Insect Life in New York; Song-ridden London with sketches by Fish; Vanished Beauties of the Stage in photos, Isadora Duncan's School of Dancing; P.G. Wodehouse, "The Charms of Country Life; "Clarence White photograph of Virginia Myers; two surprisingly nude camera studies in California by Annie W. Brigman; Reginald Birch's Moving Types, Forgive us our Christmases sketches by Babette, "Mansfield on his Uppers" by Charles Frederick Stansbury, fencing, "What is Soccer Football" by John Chapman Hilder; London's matinee maids, photos, and much more. Ads include the latest cars for 1915, Gorham, Tiffany, men's fashion, latest women's fashion for travel, spas of America, private schools, luxury hotels, gossip, and much more. Loss to lower front of cover (see image), minor reinforcements, otherwise a very presentable copy of a surprisingly rare magazine.; Folio 9.8 x 13.75" ; 80 pages

Title: Vanity Fair January 1915

Author Name: Frank Crowninshield

Categories: Vogue,

Publisher: New York, Vanity Fair Publishing: 1915

Binding: Magazine

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 1845