Issue: 19360601

Monday, June 1, 1936
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Monday, February 8, 2016
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Esquire
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Distillers Products Corporation
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Distillers Products Corporation
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AUBURN AUTOMOBILE CO.
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AUBURN AUTOMOBILE CO.
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0003.xml
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P. Lorillard Co., Inc.
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P. Lorillard Co., Inc.
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tableOfContents
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Esquire
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0005.xml
masthead
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MASTHEAD
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Editor's Note
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On the Scribes and Pharisees
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Of all the letters we have had in recent months, none has made a deeper impression than the one from the mail who said, “I find no fault with ESQUIRE that I do not find with the age that has produced it.” This is at once the only justification and the severest condemnation for those good souls who continue to clutter our daily mail with earnest protestations against ESQUIRE’S moral tone, or rather, against its lack of one.
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6,8,180,181,182,184
Correspondence
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THE SOUND AND THE FURY
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In the many articles dealing with the re-discovery of swing music, which has recently sent the public and critics alike into sustained hysterical orgasms, a number of mistakes have been made. Rather than writing anything of true vital importance to the rag-time cause, most writers, Mr. Smith being one of them, only reconstruct legends and personalities of the past.
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0008.xml
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The Progress Corporation
LEKTRO-SHAVER
The Progress Corporation
THE FLAMELESS LAPEL CIGARETTE LIGHTER
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0009.xml
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0011.xml
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10A
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BRAND & OPPENHEIMER, Inc.: CONGO CLOTH
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BRAND & OPPENHEIMER, Inc.
CONGO CLOTH
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0012.xml
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10B
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0013.xml
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Advertisement: Lastex
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Lastex
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0014.xml
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Advertisements
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12,14,14B
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TALKING SHOP WITH ESQUIRE
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Our enthusiasm is unbounded for what is apparently a boon to mankind. We are impatient for the arrival of summer. For yeárs, all attempts to enjoy a perfect summer night in the open—unmolested—have been nipped in the bud by mosquitoes and other flying pests.
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0016.xml
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0017.xml
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0018.xml
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14A
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CAMEL PEN CO.: THE CAMEL PEN
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CAMEL PEN CO.
THE CAMEL PEN
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0019.xml
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14B
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0020.xml
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THE B. V. D. CO., INC.
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THE B. V. D. CO., INC.
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0021.xml
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L. E. Waterman Co.
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L. E. Waterman Co.
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0022.xml
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0023.xml
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CHAIN CORPORATION: FORSTNER SPORTS BELTS
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CHAIN CORPORATION
FORSTNER SPORTS BELTS
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0024.xml
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Famous-Sternberg, Inc.
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Famous-Sternberg, Inc.
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0025.xml
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0026.xml
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PAINTING THE TOWN WITH ESQUIRE
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It so came to pass that when summer fell upon the land, and the dinner coat and the tails were laid away in the cedaran flakes, the visiting firemen came upon the city, like unto a plague of locusts. So, where the hell can we take them and still have money left for the rent and the installment on the car and the vacuum cleaner.
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0027.xml
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0029.xml
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CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY
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CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0030.xml
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JOHN DAVID
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JOHN DAVID
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GEORGE A. McDEVITT CO.: THE CHICAGO DAILY NEWS
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GEORGE A. McDEVITT CO.
THE CHICAGO DAILY NEWS
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0033.xml
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Contributors
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BACKSTAGE WITH ESQUIRE
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We used to lock our door when we wanted to be alone long enough to write a column like this, but of late that hasn’t been necessary. All we have to do to insure uninterrupted solitude is stoke our pipe with the mixture that a writer-friend gave us a while back.
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0035.xml
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Seagram-Distillers Corp.: Segram's "V.O."
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Seagram-Distillers Corp.
Segram's "V.O."
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0036.xml
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31,190,191,192,193
FICTION
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The Horns of the Bull
A short story
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ERNEST HEMINGWAY
<p>MADRID is full of boys named Paco, which is the diminutive of the name Francisco, and there is a Madrid joke about a father who came to Madrid and inserted an advertisement in the personal columns of <i>El Liberal </i>which said <i>Paco meet me at Hotel Montana noon Tuesday all is forgiven papa </i>and how a squadron of Guardia Civil had to be called out to disperse the eight hundred young men who answered the advertisement.</p>
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0039.xml
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32,33
POETRY
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The Ballad of Lonesome Waters
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JESSE STUART
COME off the hill and quit a cuttin’ fodder, Come walk with me, Dave, by this lonesome water; Come walk beside your landlord’s only daughter; Come talk to me beside this Blue Creek water. And one-eyed Jim he passes Dave and Liddie Bee, He sees them spooning by a sweet-gum tree.
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"He doesn’t smoke and he doesn’t drink — I don’t know what I’ll do to amuse him,”
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0041.xml
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35,201
SATIRE
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The Ants at Princeton
He was secondary defense on the offense, and vice versa, but once he humbled the pride of Harvard
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F. SCOTT FITZGERALD
<p>SUFFICIENT time having elapsed it is now possible to tell the facts about a case concerning which little is known, but about which the wildest speculations have been made. As a Princeton man and a friend of certain University officials the present author is in a position to know the true story, from its beginning at a faculty meeting to its nigh tragic ending at an intercollegiate football game.</p>
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0042.xml
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36,37,189,190
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The Glandbook in Practical Use
More fun than Freud, more fascinating than fortune-telling; astound all your friends and confound all your rivals
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GEORGE ANTHEIL
THOSE questing males who read the Glandbook may have, during the month's interval, encountered a few bewilderments or complications in attempting to do a little analysing of their own. In this case they must have noticed many apparent para— doxes.
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0043.xml
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“By the way, just what was it you said that I didn't like?"
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SATIRE
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The Emperor and the Gladiator
Little fable of what happens to the strength of a democracy beguiled into trusting a tyrant
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FELIX SALTEN
ONE day Paetus, the head of all the gladiators, said to young Bassianus: “Listen ! Tomorrow the Emperor will fence with thee!” Bassianus thereupon inquired: “Am I to go to the palace, or will the Emperor come to us in the school?” “Neither the one nor the other,” replied Paetus. “Commodus will appear in the arena tomorrow as a swordsman like thyself.”
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0045.xml
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40,194,196,197,198
FICTION
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The Sound of Death
There was an accident on the job, and the reverberations travelled into strange corners
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ROBERT M. COATES
<p>ARTHUR WARDER, assistant district sales manager of Purity Woolens, glanced through Samuelson’s report again, then laid it down and pressed a button at the side of his desk. He would have to write Samuelson right away. Meantime, he got up and walked over to the window.</p>
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“Have you got a permit for a parade?"
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42,171,172,173
FICTION
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The Great Unknown of the Seas
Surely one of the many who’ve seen the sea-serpent in these 200 years must have been sober
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WILLY LEY
ABOUT four hundred years ago a scientist — Conrad Gesner of Zürich in Switzerland, later famous as the “Father of Zoology”—pondered on a zoological problem which proved to be insoluble for the knowledge of his time. After spending considerable effort to arrive at a definite conclusion he finally decided with a short Latin sentence that “this problem may be solved by postponement.”
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0048.xml
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“What! You aren’t the casting director?”
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“She loves me—she loves me not!"
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0050.xml
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45,173,174,175
FICTION
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Prelude to Matrimony
Of the stodgy seduction of a quiet evening in the bosom of a pal's suburban family
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BENEDICT THIELEN
WHEN they got off the train the sun had just gone down behind the hills on the other side of the town and the new green of the trees looked yellow in the late light. The air was sunny and clear and the shadows lingered at the foot of the trees and houses, slowly stretching themselves out across the warmed sidewalks and the fresh lawns.
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46,198,198A,198B,199
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The Color of the Press
You can get the weather, maybe, and the stock reports, perhaps, but you never can get the news
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GEORGE SELDES
<p>ALTHOUGH Dana will be remembered forever for that pale wise-crack about a man biting a dog being news, he said a lot more brilliant and important things about journalism that are pertinent, almost impertinent, today. The newspaper business, he remarked one cynical morning, consists of buying white paper at two cents a pound and selling it for ten.</p>
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0052.xml
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“Oh, Mr. Stranberg—couldn't I go back?—I miss my typewriter so!"
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Portrait of a Worm Fisherman
His hand-adzed beams for the clubhouse gave him his last laugh at mechanical fishermen
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LYNN MONTROSS
IF AN angleworm had ever invaded the Parmachene Club the shock might easily have been fatal to some of the more devout members. They were of a high-blood-pressure age and income, and as certified sportsmen they believed only in fly-fishing—preferably with dry flies.
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0054.xml
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“Are you sure you take this — to be your lawful, wedded husband ?"
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0055.xml
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PICTORIAL FEATURES
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ROYAL REGATTA HENLEY-ON-THE-THAMES
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0056.xml
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51,156,158,160
SPORTS
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Taming of the Viking
Einar was a plunderer, and a spoiler of the inland seas, until the human fish appeared
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HAROLD TITUS
THIS one is about my friend Einar, former Great Lakes commercial fisherman. This is about my neighbor Einar, grandson of a Viking, son of a plunderer, until recently one of a clan of frontiersmen which persists even today in vocation and spirit, but who has let go all holds and become just another citizen living off the tourists.
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0057.xml
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52,53,115
FICTION
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Young Tarawara
He was a very wise chief who discovered that he could not eat his slave and have him too
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GOUVERNEUR MORRIS
<p>WITH all his high memories of slaves and adulation and women who petted him and green stone ornaments and feather capes, and ivory fish hooks and long delicious feastings, Tarawara simply couldn’t stand the lonely life which he had lived on the island a moment longer.</p>
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0058.xml
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"Gawdamighty! Time flies — don’t it? There’s Gran’pap gittin his winter underwear aired out already”
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0059.xml
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55,165,166
ARTICLE
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Straws in the Southwind
Most illuminating case-history of the contributing influences in the evolution of a Hitlerite
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ORRICK JOHNS
You see a thing under your nose —and it is real as rice to a Chinese— but it may be years before some upheaval or other throws the floodlight on it and you know what it was you saw. The events in this then unimportant chronicle passed in 1928, and who could foretell the burning books and the gutted Reichstag of 1933 in that year of happy astrological conjunctions.
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0060.xml
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56,175,176
FICTION
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Old Dog’s New Trick
Two magics put a mule in the shed, a hog in the pen, a young girl in the cabin for Old Cuz
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HERMANN B. DEUTSCH
WHO want de mojoe? Who ready to pay cash money fo’ de bes’es’ hand ’tever bring luck to de mens? Or either a tobey? Account I got de tobey too, de bes’es’ tobey ’t ever tell is he triflin’ on you, gals, or is he bein’ true. Who want to buy de good luck hand Ol’ Cuz make in de dark of de moon . . . blood from a black cat, ile from a toad-frog’t never see de light of de day, great day, sing hallelujah disheer day!
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0061.xml
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BALLOON SPINNAKER
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0062.xml
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58,143,144
ARTICLE
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She’s No Longer Faithful If—
Sailing, sailing ... over the river of doubt... if she’s a cheater this is a neater ... way to find it out
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MARCEL DESAGE
<p>She was never one to make enduring feminine friendships, but recently she has rediscovered a far-off school chum, a girl whom she writes with all of the finesse and fury of a young poet preparing his first masterwork. Her eyes burn with the fire of a zealot, and these long sessions at her writing desk leave her completely exhausted.</p>
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"oh yes, Darling—er—the plumber is here"
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"Hey you sap — remember this is only a movie!"
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0065.xml
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61,150
FICTION
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The Sliver Winged Windmill
It stood from the time of the Conquest, grinding smaller and smaller, till nothing was left
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LAJOS ZILAHY
THE windmill of old Mathias Pava stands on a little hill. At least it is dignified by the name of hill, rising from the wide flat lands of the Magyar Puszta. Perhaps this hill remained from the time of the Conquest. And it may have been here that Tass and his wolf-skin clad soldiers led the White Horse as a sacrifice to the ancient god.
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0066.xml
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"A day like this is OK for you salaried guys, but what about us guys on commission?”
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63,146,149
SPORTS
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Goat. Goat. Who’s Got the Goat?
For the Davis Cup critics who refuse to realize that genius cannot be produced on demand
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PARKE CUMMINGS
A FEW years ago we beat Yale in the big game of our season. I can tell you why. It was because we were absolutely superb, our linemen charging like Cossacks, our backs shifty and powerful, our ends veritable Tris Speakers when it came to snatching passes out of the air, our tackling savage and sure, and our incredibly shrewd quarterback a combination of Einstein, Napoleon and John Q. Reynard, the fox.
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0068.xml
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64,137
ARTICLE
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Ethiopia: Enter Madame
Satisfying the appetite of a great army of conquest is an all-embracing task involving more than commissary
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LUIGI BARZINI
IT’S only twenty rooms and no bath inside four bare stucco walls but it’s home on an average of five thousand times a week for one section or another of the 300,000 Italian legionnaires in East Africa. The monastery of lost women, the communal harem of the whole expeditionary force, is more than home sometimes for the mud spattered men who come back from the front lines.
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0069.xml
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“Hey! That’s for elephants—hand me my lion gun!”
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0070.xml
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“Gentlemen, the firm of Whitehead, DeHaven, Schultz and Roberts have been named defendant in a breach of promise suit"
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0071.xml
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67,176,177
ARTICLE
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Divorcées in Name Only
A lawyer points out that the Reno divorce has repeatedly proven invalid in the courts
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RICHARD A. KNIGHT
As I grow older all the strange and wonderful reactions of the human race grow progressively stranger and more wonderful to me. Its mania for being swindled, its incapacity intelligently to feel either bored or outraged, its unswerving purpose neither to inquire, nor think nor learn, most of all its Eleusinian emotional processes and the appalling jams they regularly land it in, keep me nowadays, as very likely they do you, in a state of continuous and near addled dismay.
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0072.xml
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68,160,162
FICTION
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The Big Winner
Old Man Curry found that this was once he should have looked his gift horse in the mouth
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HAROLD E. SCARBOROUGH
THERE was the message to Garcia; and there was, of course, the way they brought the good news from Aix to Ghent. Both, in their way, were admirable performances; yet in old Curry’s opinion distinctly inferior to the telephone call from the offices of the Evening Whoop which informed him that he had drawn Green Man in the Irish Sweep on the Grand National. “Really? Oh, thank you, I’m sure!” had been his reply.
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0073.xml
article
69
69
cartoon
[no value]
“Henry wants to go to Hawaii where the girls hang them flowers around your neck"
[no value]
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[no value]
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0074.xml
article
70
70,178
ARTICLE
[no value]
When Irish I’s Are Smiling
How two playboys of the western world looked back to the old home country for a film classic
[no value]
[no value]
FRANK SCULLY
IF YOU were to split the billing for the success of The Informer, that wildly acclaimed Irish fog which Hollywood wired so successfully for sound, a lot of names would crowd the marquee that no one ever heard of beyond the soutien gorge of a picture lot.
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0075.xml
article
71
71
cartoon
[no value]
“Then you cross left and extend your right hand—this, Miss La Burk, is your right hand"
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0076.xml
article
72
72
cartoon
[no value]
“I won’t bore you with the details, Doctor, but I think I’m going to have a baby”
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0077.xml
article
73
73,149
FICTION
[no value]
An Accident
Prelude to the next war by a veteran of the last war who had a son, till recently
[no value]
[no value]
MANUEL KOMROFF
IT WAS an accident. Nobody could imagine otherwise. At six o’clock in the morning Andre, a wine merchant in a little village near Tours, went hunting with his seventeen year old son Philip. It was their first time out this summer. They hoped to bring back some quail or woodcock or something nice, it was too early for ducks.
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0078.xml
article
74
74,166,167,168
ARTICLE
[no value]
The Incompleat Camel
He loves his fellows, if not his fellow men, and hates to budge without camel company
[no value]
[no value]
EUGENE WRIGHT
I AM in a difficult position. Ordinarily in writing an article an author can find enough material dealing with the same subject to authenticate his position and protect himself against charges of inaccuracy. But in writing about the camel I have found that I am starting pretty much from scratch.
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0079.xml
article
75
75
cartoon
[no value]
cartoon
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0080.xml
article
76
76
SATIRE
[no value]
What I'm Up Against
There is no hope at all for the bundle-carrier, a social outcast, a slave of his vice
[no value]
[no value]
DONALD S. AITKEN
I’M NOT married. I have no friends. I’m never invited anywhere. Once, in a fit of despair, I went to see a psychoanalyst. After listening to my troubles, the psychoanalyst looked at me over the top of his glasses and said: “That package you left out in the waiting room—what’s in it?” It was a fair question and I answered as quick as a flash.
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0081.xml
article
77
77
cartoon
[no value]
"Shall we dance? Oh how silly . we are dancing, aren't we?"
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0082.xml
article
78
78
cartoon
[no value]
"I forgot, did she say I was going to be married and have two children or have two children and then get married?”
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0083.xml
article
79
79,124
SPORTS
[no value]
The Greek and the Gael
The Irish also had a word for Olympics, plus a few odd ideas in their Tailteann Tournaments
[no value]
[no value]
T. F. HEALY
WHO gave us our modern amateur sports? The Greeks! That is what ninety-nine out of a hundred people will answer. Today however it is not the whole answer, though it certainly is a part of it. All hail to Hellas and the glory that was Greece! From that tiny country as part of her imperishable legacy to mankind came much of the high splendor of the amateur ideal in athletics.
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0084.xml
article
80
80
cartoon
[no value]
“But Mr. Scarponi..!"
[no value]
[no value]
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0085.xml
article
81
81,124
ARTICLE
[no value]
Fear Into Phobia
An artist interprets the vision of the phobiacs, who actually see their own irrational fears
[no value]
[no value]
JOHN VASSOS
AS AN illustrator, the subject of phobia always has attracted me greatly. It seemed to me from the little I knew about it, that the abnormal fear that is phobia expresses itself essentially as a graphic thing. So I set myself the task of learning something definite about this particular form of abnormality from those various professional friends of mine in the field of psychiatry and psychopathology who knew—and who still know—far more than I can ever hope to about abnormal psychology.
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0086.xml
article
82
82,137
ARTICLE
[no value]
This Wedding Racket
From a bridesmaid’s father buried under the showers that precede the golden harvest
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[no value]
KENNETH A. MILLICAN
IT ALL began with a telephone call last September when, in one of those brief conversations of an hour and three-quarters for which my daughter is internationally famous, it was learned that what had been going on surreptitiously for several months —namely, the ensnaring of an eligible young man into the matrimonial net by The Girl Friend—had been successfully concluded.
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0087.xml
article
83
83
cartoon
[no value]
“They’re mating — or whatever the hell you call it!"
[no value]
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[no value]
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0088.xml
article
84
84
cartoon
[no value]
"My other boss always gave me a raise when he got fresh—you just get fresh"
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0089.xml
article
85
85,177,178
ARTICLE
[no value]
So’s Your Old Man
It’s a wise child that can figure out the fathers of the classic kinship puzzles
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[no value]
F. GREGORY HARTSWICK
WHEN THE FAIRY QUEEN, in Gilbert and Sullivan’s Iolanthe, announced to a horrorstruck chorus of peers that Strephon was about to go into Parliament, she appended a list of dreadful things that her youthful protégé would accomplish: “Every bill and every measure That may satisfy his pleasure Though your fury it arouses Shall be passed by both your houses!” (Groans of anguish from the peers) “You shall sit, if he see reason, Through the grouse and salmon season !” (Horror!) “He shall prick that annual blister, Marriage with deceased wife’s sister!” (Spare us!) It is with the last threat that this article has to do—that is to say, with the curious complications that evolve from certain matrimonial entanglements.
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0090.xml
article
86
86,87,150
FICTION
[no value]
The Dublin Slasher
He was one to disprove the theory that the fighters were always better in the old days
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[no value]
JIM TULLY
SHANE RORY had just been matched with Torpedo Jones for the heavyweight championship of the world. We were on our way to his training quarters. There were four of us in the car. Shane Rory and his manager, Silent Tim Haney, Hot and Cold Daily, sports writer, heavy of movement, quick of mind, and myself.
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0091.xml
article
88
88
cartoon
[no value]
"Hello Chief. . . Guess who's in town?"
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0092.xml
article
89
89,208,209
THE LIVELY ARTS
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Buckshot and Beauty
Writing is the revenge of this little brother upon a contrary B B gun and adamant engines
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[no value]
GILBERT SELDES
UNLIKE all other writers, especially of syndicated columns, I never receive letters asking me how to become a newspaperman or how to become a writer. (No one, it seems, ever asks how to be a newspaperman and a writer, which is an insult to our profession.
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0093.xml
article
90
90,91,138,140
FICTION
[no value]
The Brothers Jiminez
In Mexico, and all over this world, men still discover new reasons for killing each other
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R. H. TORRES
<p>IT WAS a time when all over the world good old Death was smelling us out in every corner. People like me walked around with their hands in their pockets and shoulders hunched trying to get out of his way. Just that morning good old Death almost caught up with us.</p>
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0094.xml
article
92
92,131,132
ARTICLE
[no value]
Music After Midnight
There’s plenty of jazz on the air but it don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that swing
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JAMES W. POLING
MUSIC is a generic term covering a multitude of sounds. Some people take their music in the form of opera, some prefer symphonic music, others are aroused by a hill-billy band and, I am told, there are even those who go for crooners in a big way.
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0095.xml
article
93
93
cartoon
[no value]
“I only show this to her most intimate acquaintances."
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0096.xml
article
94
94
cartoon
[no value]
“Why, Admiral Byrd! You're hiding!”
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0097.xml
article
95
95,116,118
ARTICLE
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Peace with a Pipe
The simple seeming briar is a complex chemical engine which the smoker should understand
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LESTER HUTTER
<p>TOBACCO smoking at its finest, in theory, is in a pipe. The man who doubts this never smoked a real fine briar. In practice, though, it must be admitted that there are times when a pipe is unquestionably smoking at its very worst, for as any addict can assure you nothing quite compares to a pipe for moodiness and undependability, save perhaps a ten-cent cigar lighter.</p>
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0098.xml
article
96
96
cartoon
[no value]
"Seven red lights-? I only counted six!"
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0099.xml
article
97
97,128
SPORTS
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Record Turn-Over
Adolph Kiefer, Lake Michigan’s boy wonder, has cut all world records with his new backstroke
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JAMES S. KEARNS
THEY have investigated Adolph Kiefer the past two years for signs of finny growths, enlarged scapulae, needle marks in his arm and the use of electric batteries. The big-faced German boy who is the fastest backstroke swimmer in the world stands acquitted on the complete defense that all his assets toward speed are legal: a rare blend of strength and relaxation in his flailing arms, a chest the size of a keg, hands that are bigger than Joe Louis’ and feet that haven’t bothered to stop growing at the size eleven and one-half stage.
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0100.xml
article
98
98,155
THEATRE
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Revue of Reviews
Max Reinhardt joins the company of those who have proved that the theatre softens the brain
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VAN WYCK POTTER
BECAUSE two or three out of something like eighteen New York dramatic critics have to get their reviews of a play in to their newspapers shortly before midnight, the other fifteen or sixteen—having evidently been bribed into a spirit of charitable acquiescence by some means or other—have combined with the two or three in a campaign to get the managers to raise their opening night curtains at eight o’clock.
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0101.xml
article
99
99
cartoon
[no value]
“Don't you remember me, Deacon? I'm Rev. Bradshaw’s little girl.”
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0102.xml
article
100
100
cartoon
[no value]
"I want something to go with a blonde"
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0103.xml
article
101
101,202A,202B,203
BOOKS
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Esquire’s Five-Minute Shelf
Rosamond Lehmann writes a masterpiece about a woman in love with a married man
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BURTON RASCOE
VINCENT SHEEAN, whose Personal History gave such romantic comfort to the collectivists and amateur Communists, has written a novel in which the heroine is a member of the nobility and her lover, a revolutionist, is a heel. Moreover, in the novel, the rebellion is a bust; the heroine is an innocent martyr to a cause and events, neither of which she understands; and Mr. Sheean does not conceal his romantic Irish predilections for the glamour of the high life, its pomp and ceremony and intrigue in the exciting last days of Marie Antoinette, Caroline of Austria, Lord and Lady Hamilton, Lord Nelson and other figures in the crack-up of old European dynasties.
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0104.xml
article
102
102,186A,186B,187,188
ARTICLE
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Motion Picture Exhibitor
Is he responsible for double bills, block booking, zoning, super-specials, and stupidity?
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HENRY GOLDENBERG
<p>AT A banquet to which the writer managed an invitation, he once heard Will Hays say that every man in the United States has two businesses: his own and the Motion Picture business. How aptly he spoke is overwhelmingly attested by the countless thousands of words that are daily written and printed about the making and the taking of Motion Pictures.</p>
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0105.xml
article
103
103
cartoon
[no value]
“Then I got very mad, because I should have blushed but I couldn’t"
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0106.xml
article
104
104
cartoon
[no value]
“WHAT—more bread?—an’ not a drop of whisky in th’ house!”
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0107.xml
article
105
105,132,134
ARTICLE
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Saturday Night’s Painter
John Sloan, from his portraits of McSorley’s bar to his latest theories on cross-hatched nudes
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HARRY SALPETER
<p>TO MANY John Sloan has represented not only art but Bohemianism. Whenever an artistic controversy was raging and a crowd had collected, you could count on John Sloan being in the middle of it. John Sloan is to art what that clergyman is to religion upon whom the boys at the newspaper shop can count for a statement on some moot matter for any dull Monday morning.</p>
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0108.xml
article
106
106,107
PICTORIAL FEATURES
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The World from the Village
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JOHN SLOAN
AS an essential concomitant to the Salpeter article on the page preceding, we present this representative exhibition of the art of John Sloan. Above is a fine example of the highly-held paintings of his youth, while on the preceding page is a cross-hatched nude, representative of his latest phase, not yet crowned with the general acclaim that has rocketed the prices of the earlier and more readily understandable works.
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0109.xml
article
108
108
cartoon
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CLOTHES FOR A FORMAL COUNTRY DAY WEDDING
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0110.xml
article
109
109,206,207
POTABLES
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If You Must Get Married
No matter where or why man weds there always has to be a flowing bowl, and here’s how
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MURDOCK PEMBERTON
AS A reporter covering the Court House in a country town, your correspondent has held the baby at many a wedding. But these affairs, for one reason or another, usually fell beyond the pale of the ritual prescribed in the Manual of Marriage and often several of the niceties were overlooked.
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0111.xml
article
110
110,200,201
MOVIES
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The Candid Cameraman
Flanked with stooges and gags, the big name comedians have forgotten how to be comical
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[no value]
MEYER LEVIN
A MESSAGE TO GARCIA: Noisy, brutal, melodramatic saga of the Cuban revolt. Torture-scene equals that of The Bengal Lancers; the action is violent as in Viva Villa. Wallace Beery spits and sniffles through his favorite characterization, a treacherous, sloppy old rascal who proves he still has a spark of manly loyalty.
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0112.xml
article
111
111
cartoon
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“I got it for Sunday driving, Officer"
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0113.xml
article
112
112,202
ARTICLE
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The Talking Encyclopedia
Many of the world’s greatest discoveries were by amateurs whom women drove to distraction
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DR. ERIC CLARKSON
AN AMATEUR may be defined as somebody whose wife thinks he is wasting his time. He is a man who does what he wants to do when he ought to be doing something else. Woman is naturally constituted to resent such behavior. If a man has a hobby such as astronomy, photography, or radio transmission he has constantly to be reminding his spouse that some of the greatest scientific discoveries in the world, some of the inventions that have turned the course of the human race, were made by amateurs.
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0114.xml
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113
113
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Cluett,Peabody & Co., Inc.
[no value]
Cluett,Peabody & Co., Inc.
[no value]
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0115.xml
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114
114
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DAVID D. DONIGER & Co.
[no value]
DAVID D. DONIGER & Co.
[no value]
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0116.xml
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117
117
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Advertisement: HICKOK
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HICKOK
[no value]
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0117.xml
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119
119
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HIRAM WALKER & SONS INC.: CANADIAN CLUB
[no value]
HIRAM WALKER & SONS INC.
CANADIAN CLUB
[no value]
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0118.xml
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120
120
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McGraw Electric Co.
[no value]
McGraw Electric Co.
[no value]
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0119.xml
article
121
121
RECORDS
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The Music-Box Review
How a night at the opera may be appreciated without the aid of three or four Marx Brothers
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FRANK J. BLACK
FOR a long time I’ve waited for a chance to enlarge on the man who has left his imprint on all music written since—the supreme egoist, not only in the tonal world, but in all art, Richard Wagner. Wouldn’t he have an uproarious time in his Fatherland today, were he alive?
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0120.xml
article
122
122,123,152
FICTION
[no value]
The Tower of Weakness
Having a sickly wife, Lon met a splendid woman who worked on the farm with him like a man
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MURRAY GITLIN
LON sat on the porch step scraping the dottle from his pipe and watched the woman up on the hill approach the house. She stood out like an enormous silhouette, tall and broad. Her walk was a side-sway. She bore down upon distance swinging one arm back and forth like a paddle.
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0121.xml
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125
125
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Eastman kodak Company
[no value]
Eastman kodak Company
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0122.xml
article
126
126,152
FICTION
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The Art of Old Giulio
For once in his lifelong career the organ-grinder proved he had the true feelings of an artist
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R. H. M. GOLDMAN
OLD Giulio had just finished grinding out the Marseillaise when a well-dressed young man came up to him and dropped a quarter into his venerable hat. “Mucha t’anks, young fella,” said Giulio. “Wotta you want I play now?” “Nothing special,” said the young man.
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0123.xml
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127
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Advertisement
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0124.xml
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129
129
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Schenley Distributors, Inc.
[no value]
Schenley Distributors, Inc.
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0125.xml
article
130
130
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THE LAST INSTALLMENT ON THE SHEEPSKIN
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CELEBRATING the end of the monthly allowance and the inauguration of the job hunt, here are gifts to go from the family with love and/or relief to the boy or girl graduate. Top row : wrist watches. Second row: diamond and platinum evening watch, gold tee holder, gold bottle opener and corkscrew, gold lipstick and mirror set with rubies and rubyset red and yellow gold bracelet top.
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0126.xml
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133
133
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PARK & TILFORD IMPORT CORP.: VAT 69
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PARK & TILFORD IMPORT CORP.
VAT 69
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0127.xml
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135
135
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John B.Stetson Company: STETSON
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John B.Stetson Company
STETSON
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0128.xml
article
136
136
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PART OF THE PROCESS OF MAKING A MRS.
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THE beauty and utility of this page of suggested gifts for the bride are admittedly somewhat off balance, the slight drawback being that these things are at least as expensive as they look. They are, in clockwise order, a crystal diamond sapphire and cabachon emerald clip;
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0129.xml
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139
139
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NATIONAL DISTILLERS PRODUCTS CORP.: BLACK & WHITE SCOTCH WHISKY
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NATIONAL DISTILLERS PRODUCTS CORP.
BLACK & WHITE SCOTCH WHISKY
[no value]
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0130.xml
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141
141
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THE GENERAL TIRE & RUBBER CO.
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THE GENERAL TIRE & RUBBER CO.
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0131.xml
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142
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Advertisement
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0132.xml
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143
143
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NEWBURY COR.
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NEWBURY COR.
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0133.xml
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144
144
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Advertisement: GRUEN
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GRUEN
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0134.xml
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145
145
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GOODERHAM & WORTS, LTD.: G & W SEVEN STAR BLENDED WHISKEY
[no value]
GOODERHAM & WORTS, LTD.
G & W SEVEN STAR BLENDED WHISKEY
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0135.xml
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146
146
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TRANSCONTINENTAL & WESTERN AIR, INC.
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TRANSCONTINENTAL & WESTERN AIR, INC.
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0136.xml
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147
147
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Advertisement
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0137.xml
article
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148
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THE GOLFER AS A GLORIFIED BOY SCOUT
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THE Boy Scout aspect of the outfit on the right is strictly accidental, as this turnout, which is typical of what was worn at Nassau this past season, owes its original inspiration not to Dan Beard’s boys but to the British Army officers in India.
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0138.xml
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0139.xml
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150
150
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Advertisement
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0140.xml
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151
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The Axton-Fisher Tobacco Co., Inc.
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The Axton-Fisher Tobacco Co., Inc.
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0141.xml
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152
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P.lorillard Co., Inc.
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P.lorillard Co., Inc.
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0142.xml
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153
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0143.xml
article
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CLOTHES THAT ARE TYPICALLY AMERICAN
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CONTRARY to suspicions sometimes voiced to our fashion staff, all is not English that is acceptable in matters of men’s fashions. There is no law that says you have to be a tenth carbon copy of the Duke of Kent to squeeze inside the pale of the well dressed.
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0144.xml
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0145.xml
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156
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Pabst Corp.
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Pabst Corp.
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0146.xml
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157
157
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0147.xml
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158
158
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THE AMERICAN FORK & HOE COMPANY
[no value]
THE AMERICAN FORK & HOE COMPANY
[no value]
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0148.xml
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159
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0149.xml
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160
160
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ALEX D. SHAW & CO., INC.
[no value]
ALEX D. SHAW & CO., INC.
[no value]
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0150.xml
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161
161
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WILSON BROTHERS
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WILSON BROTHERS
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0151.xml
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162
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0152.xml
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0153.xml
article
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164
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PUZZLE: WHICH OF THE TWO IS THE HOST?
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THE answer obviously is: the man on the right. The laws of formal fashion are much more lenient with host than guest, and this one is taking advan tage of his privileges. Note, for example, the red silk foulard handkerchief in his breast pocket and the wine color silk hose that he wears with his patent leather pumps.
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0154.xml
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165
165
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TRUBENIZING PROCESS CORPORATION
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TRUBENIZING PROCESS CORPORATION
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0155.xml
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166
166
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GRO-FLEX CORPORATION
[no value]
GRO-FLEX CORPORATION
[no value]
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[no value]
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0156.xml
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167
167
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[no value]
The Parker Pen Co.: Parker VACUMATIC
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The Parker Pen Co.
Parker VACUMATIC
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0157.xml
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168
168
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THE BAER & WILDE CO.: SWANK
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THE BAER & WILDE CO.
SWANK
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0158.xml
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169
169
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The Studebaker Corporation: Studebaker
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The Studebaker Corporation
Studebaker
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[no value]
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0159.xml
article
170
170
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THE MAN ABOUT TOWN IN THE SUMMERTIME
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DESPITE our slight flurry of chauvinism on page 154, introducing a little wise thinking on the subject of American styles for Americans, candor compels the admission that the effect of the Duke of Kent upon American fashions for men has been comparable to that of a pebble dropped into a pool.
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0160.xml
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0161.xml
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172
172
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GANTER & MATTERN CO.: GANTER WIKIES
[no value]
GANTER & MATTERN CO.
GANTER WIKIES
[no value]
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0162.xml
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173
173
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0163.xml
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174
174
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DUNLAP & CO., INC.
[no value]
DUNLAP & CO., INC.
[no value]
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0164.xml
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175
175
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Advertisement: KREML
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KREML
[no value]
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0165.xml
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176
176
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A. Stein & Company: PARIS Garters and Suspenders
[no value]
A. Stein & Company
PARIS Garters and Suspenders
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0166.xml
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177
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DUPONT RAYON COMPANY
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DUPONT RAYON COMPANY
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0167.xml
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178
178
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ACUSHNET PROCESS CO.: Acushnet GOLF BALLS
[no value]
ACUSHNET PROCESS CO.
Acushnet GOLF BALLS
[no value]
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0168.xml
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179
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GENERAL MOTORS
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GENERAL MOTORS
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0169.xml
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180
180
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Royal Typewriter Company, Inc.
[no value]
Royal Typewriter Company, Inc.
[no value]
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0170.xml
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181
181
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MARSHALL FIELD & COMPANY
[no value]
MARSHALL FIELD & COMPANY
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0171.xml
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182
182
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CANADA DRY GINGER ALE, INC.: JoHNNIE WALKER
[no value]
CANADA DRY GINGER ALE, INC.
JoHNNIE WALKER
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0172.xml
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183
183
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BROWER COMPANY
[no value]
BROWER COMPANY
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0173.xml
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184
184
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0174.xml
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185
185
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GOODALL COMPANY: PALM BEACH SUITS
[no value]
GOODALL COMPANY
PALM BEACH SUITS
[no value]
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0175.xml
article
186
186
cartoon
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“Tommy! What are you doing here? You know my husband’s in Mexico!”
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0176.xml
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186A
186A
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PIERRE AMOUROUX, Inc.
[no value]
PIERRE AMOUROUX, Inc.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0177.xml
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186B
186B
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[no value]
THE ALLIGATOR CO.
[no value]
THE ALLIGATOR CO.
[no value]
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0178.xml
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187
187
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0179.xml
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188
188
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IMPERIAL AIRWAYS
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IMPERIAL AIRWAYS
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0180.xml
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0181.xml
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0182.xml
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190
190
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THE B.V.D.CO., INC.
[no value]
THE B.V.D.CO., INC.
[no value]
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0183.xml
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191
191
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HILLERICH & BRADSBY CO.
[no value]
HILLERICH & BRADSBY CO.
[no value]
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0184.xml
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192
192
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0185.xml
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0186.xml
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0187.xml
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0188.xml
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194
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0189.xml
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194
194
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Advertisement: DOUGLAS SHOES
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DOUGLAS SHOES
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0190.xml
article
195
195
cartoon
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“But me understand you say you bling your baby back for supper"
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0191.xml
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196
196
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Advertisement: ESQUIRE
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ESQUIRE
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0192.xml
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197
197
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0193.xml
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197
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0194.xml
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198
198
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0195.xml
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198
198
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GALLERIES, INC.
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GALLERIES, INC.
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0196.xml
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198A
198A
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0197.xml
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198A
198A
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0198.xml
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198A
198A
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0199.xml
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198B
198B
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0200.xml
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198B
198B
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0201.xml
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198B
198B
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ALUMINUM SEAL CO.: OLD QUAKER
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ALUMINUM SEAL CO.
OLD QUAKER
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0202.xml
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199
199
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0203.xml
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199
199
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SUPERIOR, Inc.: Superior SHORTEEZ
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SUPERIOR, Inc.
Superior SHORTEEZ
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0204.xml
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200
200
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GAR WOOD, INC.
[no value]
GAR WOOD, INC.
[no value]
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0205.xml
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200
200
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Advertisement: FREEMAN
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FREEMAN
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0206.xml
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201
201
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0207.xml
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201
201
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0208.xml
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201
201
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GOLF COMPANY
[no value]
GOLF COMPANY
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0209.xml
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202
202
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ROBERT REIS & COMPANY
[no value]
ROBERT REIS & COMPANY
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0210.xml
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202
202
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DETROIT SUSPENDER & BELT CO.
[no value]
DETROIT SUSPENDER & BELT CO.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0211.xml
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202A
202A
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0212.xml
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202A
202A
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0213.xml
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202B
202B
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0214.xml
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202B
202B
[no value]
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E.E.TAYLOR CORP.
[no value]
E.E.TAYLOR CORP.
[no value]
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0215.xml
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203
203
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Dreyfuss & Son
[no value]
Dreyfuss & Son
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0216.xml
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204
204
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0217.xml
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0218.xml
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0219.xml
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0220.xml
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0221.xml
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0222.xml
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206
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WALLY FRANK, Ltd.: COLONEL ADAMS TOBACCO
[no value]
WALLY FRANK, Ltd.
COLONEL ADAMS TOBACCO
[no value]
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0223.xml
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207
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0224.xml
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0225.xml
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0226.xml
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0227.xml
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0228.xml
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0229.xml
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0230.xml
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INTERWOVEN STOCKING CO.
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INTERWOVEN STOCKING CO.
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0231.xml
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R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company: COSTLIER TOBACCOS
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R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company
COSTLIER TOBACCOS
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Esquire_19360601_0005_006_0232.xml