Vanity Fair Magazine, June, 1916

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. Theodore Roosevelt is the editors' "Candidate for Perpetual President of the United States." Lateral closed tear & chipping to cover; lacking rear cover which is supplied in 8x11 b&w copy; 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 Magazine,

Edition: First

Publisher: New York, Condé Nast & Company: 1916

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 1955

Keywords: Theodore Roosevelt