The New York Times Magazine, April (Apr.), 1967 - You're a Good Man, Charlie (Charles) Schultz / Pierre Mendes-France / The Rand Corporation


160 pages. Features: Many gorgeous color fashion ads; Pierre Mendes-France; The Baker, Dodd and Powell Cases Bring Congressional Ethics to the Fore; Who Thinks in a Think Tank? - The Rand Corporation; Capitol Architect George Stewart; You're A Good Man, Charlie (Charles) Schultz - The Most Famous Newspaper Cartoonist of All Time; Nice Cohama ad features Superman; City Councilman John Santucci; One-page photo-ad for the ILGWU (International Ladies' Garment Workers Union) shows depression-era man selling apples near the Capitol; Black Comeback - fashion photos; The Shortchanged Children - the average suburban grade-schooler has never known a Negro his own age, or an underprivileged person; Photos of Poul Kjaerholm furniture designs; Foster Grant ad features six great color photos of Jane Fonda; Great one-page color-photo ad for Manischewitz entitled "How Does a Jewish Cowboy Celebrate Passover?"; and more. Above-average external wear. Covers loose but present. Library stamp upon front cover. A worthy vintage copy. Please note: separate Report on Men's Wear not included.

Title: The New York Times Magazine, April (Apr.), 1967 - You're a Good Man, Charlie (Charles) Schultz / Pierre Mendes-France / The Rand Corporation

Author: De Gramont, Sanche; King, Larry L.; Stern, Sol; Sherrill, Robert; Conrad, Barnaby; Arnold, Martin; Peterson, Patricia; Kiester, Edwin Jr.; Miel, Alice; Claiborne, C.; Plumb, B.

Illustrator: Peterson, Gosta;

Categories: Fashion, Magazine Back Issues, Architecture,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, The New York Times: 1967

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Fair

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 202g4004

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