Pageant Magazine, May 1956: Sex on the Job / Madelyn Darrow Cover Photo


162 pages. Features: Great photo inside front cover features a lucky guy with one arm around Marilyn Monroe and the other around another babe (Liz Taylor?); Sex on the Job - industry's most embarrassing problem; The What, The Why, The How-To of Hypnotism; Why do some people go wacky over phonograph records?; It Takes Courage to be a Senator - by John F. Kennedy; Harvey Knox - the daddiest daddy; A Doctor Discovers the Real Miracles at Lourdes; Mental Patients - They Can Go Home Again; The ongoing argument over cancer drug Krebiozen; Tallulah Bankhead; Gaelic Park in New York City; How to Shake a Therblig (photo-illustrated belly-dancing instruction); Earl's Girls - photos of famous beauties; Rock 'N' Religion - the biggest hit in Dixie; Jill Kinmont. Short archival tape repair to bottom of spine. Above-average but not excessive wear. Binding intact. Some ink markings to contents and back cover. 7.5" x 5.5" A worthy copy of what must have been considered quite an edgy publication in its day.

Title: Pageant Magazine, May 1956: Sex on the Job / Madelyn Darrow Cover Photo

Author: Dudley, Simon; Conway, Thomas; Kennedy, John F.; Rambo, William;Bove, Dr. Charles F.; Et al

Illustrator: Koner, Marvin; Mead-Maddick

Categories: Psychology, Magazine Back Issues, Erotica and Sexuality,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Chicago, Hillman Periodicals: 1956

Binding: Single Issue Magazine

Condition: Fair

Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall

Seller ID: 565h4704

Keywords: Pageant Magazine, Sex on the Job, Madelyn Darrow, Krebiozen, Shivel Sisters, Oak Ridge Quartet, The Statesmen, Jill Kinmont, JFK, John F. Kennedy, Harvey Knox, Tallulah Bankhead, Gaelic Park, Therblig, Earl's Girls, Gospel Music, ,