The New York Woman (Magazine), September 30, 1936, Vol. 1, No. 4 - Polly Pettit / Theresa Helburn / Dorothy Arzner


48 pages. This glamorous publication brought New York women the information they needed: news of the choicest fashion, entertainment, current happenings, where to go, what to see, and how much to pay. Features: Nice color cover photo of lady and her moving man; Fantastic promo inside front cover features photo of "strip tease" artist Gypsy Rose Lee and enticing information about the article on her which will appear in the next issue; Franklin Simon & Co. full-page ad for the new short sleeved "Scotch-and-Soda" Dresses; Full-page ad for Schaefer Beer - "now in cans"; Letters; Very nice one-page Macy's Little Shop photo ad featuring a Schiaparelli coat with beaver collar and muff; Nice half-page photo ad by Best & Co. features the Norman Hartnell Gardenia Gown; Opinions of the New York Woman; Photos of Frog Jumping championship at Ben Riley's Arrowhead Inn; Who'll Buy My Pictures? - photos of street sellers of art and poetry around Washington Square; Hold That Husband; Art for your own home - prints by the American Artists Group - with eight examples; Mary - the tale of a maid; Polly Pettit Deals in Ideas - she's been asked to serve as display director for Madison Avenue's 100th birthday celebration; What Dolly Madison Will Miss - the Madison Avenue Centennial call up memories of the plump, flouncing lady who was a prize shopper in her day; Great one-page color-photo ad for Macy's featuring model in long red coat with a black Persian lamb collar; Pull Your Punches - Artie McGovern's gym shapes the middles of Wall Street financiers - article with photo; The Fashion Editor's Diary; Autumn makeup; Great photos of the fashion $100 will buy in New York; Fantastic 'October' centerfold features color illustrations and black and white photos of seasonal fashions, their prices, and where they may be purchased; So Much To Buy; Photos of winter coat fashions; The Life and Times of a Silk Stocking - article with microphotos; How to be a Brand New Parent - article; Two-page color-illustrated feature on space-saving double-use furniture; Model rooms; Short cuts to good dinners; Five photos of Tallulah Bankhead; "Top Man" on Broadway - Theresa Helburn; Photos of the making of "Dodsworth", showing Mary Astor and Walter Huston; Dorothy Arzner - the only woman to ever become a motion picture director; Fantastic one-page color ad for the new "French Bootery" at 22 E. 57th St.; Madison Avenue - Rue de la Paix... a la New York; Tables About Town - details about meals offered by area restaurants, with prices; Manhattan Date Book; Those Itsy-Bitsy Gals! - Kitty Sharp writes about how men can't resist those 'little girls' too weak to pick up their own words; Nice color ad for Marchand's Golden Hair Wash inside back cover features blonde holding dog; and more. Unmarked with modest wear. A quality copy of this great vintage depression-era item.

Title: The New York Woman (Magazine), September 30, 1936, Vol. 1, No. 4 - Polly Pettit / Theresa Helburn / Dorothy Arzner

Author: England, Elizabeth; Miller, Lois Mattox; Green, Ruzzie; Robb, Inez Callaway; Eberle, Irmengarde; Scott, Miriam Finn; Sharp, Kitty; et al

Illustrator: Terry, Bennett F.

Categories: Fashion, Photography, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, The New York Woman, Inc.: 1936

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 302g2538

Keywords: The New York Woman (Magazine), September 30, 1936, Vol. 1, No. 4 lady and her moving man; Fantastic promo inside front cover features photo of "strip tease" artist Gypsy Rose Lee and enticing information about the article on her which will appear in the next issue; Franklin Simon & Co. full-page ad for the new short sleeved "Scotch-and-Soda" Dresses; Full-page ad for Schaefer Beer - "now in cans"; Letters; Very nice one-page Macy's Little Shop photo ad featuring a Schiaparelli coat with beaver collar and muff; Nice half-page photo ad by Best & Co. features the Norman Hartnell Gardenia Gown; Opinions of the New York Woman; Photos of Frog Jumping championship at Ben Riley's Arrowhead Inn; Who'll Buy My Pictures? - photos of street sellers of art and poetry around Washington Square; Hold That Husband; Art for your own home - prints by the American Artists Group - with eight examples; Mary - the tale of a maid; Polly Pettit Deals in Ideas - she's been asked to serve as display director for Madison Avenue's 100th birthday celebration; What Dolly Madison Will Miss - the Madison Avenue Centennial call up memories of the plump, flouncing lady who was a prize shopper in her day; Great one-page color-photo ad for Macy's featuring model in long red coat with a black Persian lamb collar; Pull Your Punches - Artie McGovern's gym shapes the middles of Wall Street financiers - article with photo; The Fashion Editor's Diary; Autumn makeup; Great photos of the fashion $100 will buy in New York; Fantastic 'October' centerfold features color illustrations and black and white photos of seasonal fashions, their prices, and where they may be purchased; So Much To Buy; Photos of winter coat fashions; The Life and Times of a Silk Stocking - article with microphotos; How to be a Brand New Parent - article; Two-page color-illustrated feature on space-saving double-use furniture; Model rooms; Short cuts to good dinners; Five photos of Tallulah Bankhead; "Top Man" on Broadway - Theresa Helburn; Photos of the making of "Dodsworth", showing Mary Astor and Walter Huston; Dorothy Arzner - the only woman to ever become a motion picture director; Fantastic one-page color ad for the new "French Bootery" at 22 E. 57th St.; Madison Avenue - Rue de la Paix... a la New York; Tables About Town - details about meals offered by area restaurants, with prices; Manhattan Date Book; Those Itsy-Bitsy Gals! - Kitty Sharp writes about how men can't resist those 'little girls' too weak to pick up their own words; Nice color ad for Marchand's Golden Hair Wash inside back cover features blonde holding Dog,