"Esquire The Quarterly For Men" Autumn 1933 Inaugural Issue

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The first issue of Esquire magazine, Autumn 1933 (Vol. 1, No. 1), Esquire's inaugural issue, with "A Cuban Letter, Marlin off the Morro" by Ernest Hemingway, illustrated with photographs; fiction by Dashiell Hammett, John Dos Passos, Erskine Caldwell, Vincent Starrett, and Ring Lardner, Jr.; two original cheesecake illustrations by George Petty; risqué cartoons by the art director, John Groth, with additional cartoons by C. Alajalov, William Steig, E. Simms Campbell, Nat Karson, and Ty Mahon; humor by George Ade and Harry Hershfield; multiple book reviews by James T. Farrell; sports articles by Bobby Jones, Gene Tunney, and Benny Leonard; articles by Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Joseph Auslander, William McFee, Dan Muller, and others; and much more. Edited by Arnold Gingrich.

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