Issue: 19410901

Monday, September 1, 1941
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Esquire
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Sheaffer Pens
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SHEAFFER PENS
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Schieffelin & Co.: Teacher's
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Schieffelin & Co.
TEACHER'S
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The Florsheim Shoe Company
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THE FLORSHEIM SHOE COMPANY
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tableOfContents
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Esquire
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masthead
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Masthead
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Editorial: Assorted Predictions, Plain and Fancy, From Tennis to Hitler
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Esquire for September is always a special issue. In part it’s a special issue by design, but largely, as it turns out in practice, it’s special by sheer happenstance. Habitually, as of the last five or six years, this issue is known, and designated on the cover, as the Back-to-School Issue.
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Talon, Inc.
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TALON, INC.
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Talking Shop with Esquire
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FAIR AND COLDER. Fair indeed to look upon is a round brushed aluminum beer or coke cooler. Six bottles go into as many holes around the circumference; ice in the interior puts the chill on them. It’s carried by a decorative rattan handle, from which is suspended a corkscrew and bottle opener.
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Advertisements
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Book-of-the-Month Club.
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BOOK-OF-THE-MONTH CLUB.
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Correspondence
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The Sound and the Fury
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A comparison of the present holocaust which has spread from Europe to Africa and the Near East, with that of the World War, leads one to wonder at the absence of war songs, and since having read your editorial, stopping protempore at the “five-minute intermission” then turning, per your suggestion, to Page 65 to read Gilbert Seldes’ article on Songs for Times of Jeopardy returuing after said intermission to finish the reading of your editorial.
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Kaywoodie Company
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KAYWOODIE COMPANY
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Alligator
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ALLIGATOR
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0014.xml
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Advertisement
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Advertisement: Esquire
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Esquire
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Going Places with Esquire
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Trans-Hudson trove.—About as tall as ceiling crowder Robert E. Sherwood, with blond hair, and shoulders wider than Jack Dempsey’s, is Maurice Chovel, operator and greeter of Red Coach Tavern on the County Road at Closter, New Jersey, some ten miles N. W. of the G. Washington span.
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Advertisements
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Esquire
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ESQUIRE
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Painting the Town with Esquire
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Tall athletic-military-bearinged Gaston Lauryssen, executive director of Vincent Astor’s St. Regis, doesn’t aim to make this super-sumptuous Fifth Avenue hostelry homelike but rather a place of smooth perfections such as the human spirit dreams of but rarely finds—an establishment where every conceivable wish is intuitively anticipated.
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Advertisements
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Advertisement
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United States Rubber Company
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United States Rubber Company
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Contributors
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Backstage with Esquire
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J. D. SALINGER sold his first piece to Story magazine last year. He was born in Manhattan twenty-two years ago, educated in city schools, a military academy and three colleges, never advancing beyond the freshman year. He visited pre-Anschluss Vienna when he was eighteen, winning high honors in beer hoisting.
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Advertisement: Esquire
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ESQUIRE
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Hart Schaffner & Marx
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HART SCHAFFNER & MARX
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27,133,134,135,136,137,138
ARTICLE
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The End of Hitler
No punishment could ever fit his crimes but it’s sweet to recall unhappy deaths of other conquerors, greater men than he
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RUPERT HUGHES
FOR, of course, he will end. He will die. Everybody dies. Everything ends. But when will Hitler end? and where? Ay, there’s the rub. He may be dying while I write. He may be gone before this is published. He may outlive most of us. According to a recent statement by Pierre van Paassen, Hitler believes, and his astrologers agree, that he will die in 1941.
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"Who Shall I Say Is Calling, Please?"
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Going Back to School
Undergraduates are in season... so herewith a few gift suggestions
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HENRY BOLTINOFF
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29,109,110,111,112
FICTION
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A Tale of the Sea
It seemed to the crazed man the snakes owned the ship while he had sunk to the level of vermin
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WILL F. JENKINS
THE sea was a vast blue bowl which tilted insanely in a regular, sickening rhythm. From the crosstrees, the concavity of the sea’s surface was obvious. The horizon was an elevated rim, probably about level with the man who clung to the base of the topmast.
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"You'll Soon Be Getting Your Sea Legs, Mrs. Terpler"
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ARTICLE
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Behind the Aussies Lies Australia
How will seven million white men in this most sparsely-settled civilized land repel millions of pushing Japs?
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W. P. MUNGER
PHILIP HARKINS
IT IS only when the British Empire goes to war that Americans show any interest in Australia. Then they begin to hear a good deal about the hitting power of Australian troops who, they may remember, although constituting but ten per cent of the total Empire forces in the last war, captured twenty-five per cent of all the prisoners and twenty-five per cent of all the ground gained.
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32,131,132,133
FEATURES
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The Heart of a Broken Story
The only real difficulty in concocting a boy-meets-girl story is that, somehow, he must
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J. D. SALINGER
<p>EVERY day Justin Horgensehlag, thirty-dollar-a-week printer's assistant, saw at close quarters approximately sixty women whom he had never seen before. Thus in the four years he had lived in New York, Horgensehlag had seen at close quarters about 75,120 different women.</p>
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"I Think I'd Like to Meet Her But I Can't Decide If She's 19,39, Or 45"
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“I Don’t Care If You Can Afford It, Mr. Thurman—we Discourage Bringing Secretaries to Class to Take
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0036.xml
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FICTION
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Elegant Erratum of M. Laquelle
Readers followed his forecasts with passionate interest, for they never failed to tally with the death rate
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HENRI TROYAT
I HAD never seen him. I knew nothing about his private life or his character. His achievements, however, were sufficient to arouse my admiration. A faithful reader of the Petit Bleu de Gabiaule-les-Ponts, I awaited feverishly each Saturday issue, in which his article was announced on the first page in laconic and triumphant terms:
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“Now Don’t Be Too Hard on Our Malcolm, Dear—i’m Sure It’s Just a Phase He’s Going Through”!
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“The Action Being in the Desert—shouldn't They Look for a Drink First?”
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“Just as the Army Surgeon Was Pronouncing Me Physically Fit My Arches Crumbled"
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"I Keep Thinking I'm Going to Have a Baby"
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"Show Edna Your Wound From Peeling Potatoes"
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“Go Ahead and Wave It—from Where They Are They’ll Think It’s a Handkerchief”
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FICTION
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The Cycle of Myrrh
There were some who reproved Mary, the sister of Martha, for bathing Christ's head and feet in the precious ointment
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MANUEL KOMROFE
THE only words which Lazarus spoke after he was raised from the tomb were: "My Lord. My Lord.” And all who witnessed this miracle of miracles stood in amazement. Soon great crowds gathered. They came from near and far to look upon the one who had been dead and now lived in flesh and blood.
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“You Dance Divinely"
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Okay-you Take It
An instructor describes those tense, anxious minutes, watching one of his students make that first solo flight
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ROGER L. TREAT
You get him so he can fly straight and level most of the time, and his turns are pretty good. His climbs and glides are not too erratic, and his take-offs will do. His landings are almost safe enough, and you ride through more landings with him than you thought could be made in a lifetime.
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"It's Wilson Calling Fromour Stratosphere Ship—now Asks Which Way Is Down"
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SATIRE
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A Case of Sabotage
As if Smoot hadn’t bled enough for his country, training draftees, the Sarge has to send him spy hunting
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LOUIS PAUL
"HEY, look at this here!" exclaimed Corky Smith. An order tacked up on the bulletin board read: Report immediately to First Sergeant: Corporal Dunlap Smoot Private First Class Gaylord Ortwingle Private First Class William J. Smith Private Harrison Hyler
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SPORTS
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Model T Football
Alonzo Stagg’s T formation might have been shelved, but for coaches Ralph Jones and "Soup" Shaughnessy
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FRANCIS J. POWERS
FOOTBALL coaches all over, are in a feverish dither about something known as the T formation. The T formation is an ancient gridiron jallopy that was stylish when Walter Camp coached the Yales and every dude had his own shaving mug on the barber shop shelf.
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"Not Your Day, Eh?"
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“If We Pass a Clump of Trees, Sir, Would It Be All Right If I Stepped Out of Ranks for a Minute?”
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46,100,101
FICTION
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The General and the Soup
Ian Petrovitch was one of those rebels whose dislike of the army exceeded the hounds of prudence
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JOE ABRAMS
MY BEST customer came into the restaurant late in the evening as usual, put his hat on the usual hook and sat at his usual table. He studied the menu carefully as was his custom and then said, “Bring me whatever you think best.” Always he looked at the menu, and always he left the actual ordering to me.
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"Oh, Major—always Seem to Catch Me with Things Insuch Disarray!"
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TRENDS IN DRESS
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Accessories...
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Pictorial Features
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Petty Girl
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George Petty
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ARTICLE
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From Campus to "Cub”
Each spring a new crop of journalism majors storm city desks, battling for breaks in the glamorous fourth estate
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FRED TUPPER
THE office boy came into the city room, a vast brain factory throbbing to the offbeat rhythm of typewriters, phones and cries for copy. He slouched by pasty-grey coffee containers and crumpled bulldog editions, then put a card on the city desk.
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"Has That Detachment of College Boys Arrived Yet?"
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“It's the One They Trapped That Yankee General in Durin' the War... Gran' Pappy Won It in a Mumbly-
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FICTION
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The Great Devil Fish
Although the giant ray plays the villain in many sea tales he asks only to be let alone
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BOB RUSSELL
TEN miles off the end of the Sabine jetties, on the Gulf coast of Texas, a huge, nightmarish form swam restlessly in great circles. To an airplane observer it would have looked like a tremendous, prehistoric bird which had dived and was pursuing its prey, just barely submerged.
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“Good Heavens! I Remember Where He Said He Was Going Now, Sir! He Said He Was Stepping Out for a Br
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ARTICLE
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Dollar-a-Day Paradises: Part II
There’s a rush on Cuernavaca thanks to this hornblower but other Edens remain in South America and the Caribbean Sea
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MARTIN TORRENCE
<p>I AM the fellow who wrote Paradise for a Dollar a Day in the February Esquire: an article which was a howling, smashing success. On the howling side it brought in about a hundred letters, asking for further details, begging me to scout around and find for the undersigned a furnished, gardened, servanted, and bathing-pooled elysium for as close to nothing a month as possible.</p>
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56,171,172,173
SPORTS
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May the Best White Man Win
Despite efforts of journalists to destroy color barriers, most big-time sports are closed to Negroes
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CURT RIESS
THE peculiarity of sports, in contrast to other human achievements, is the fact that sport can be measured. About most other things in life it is possible to have a dozen opinions, but in sports there is only the opinion of the stopwatch and the yardstick.
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"He's the Club's Bottleneck"
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58,123,124,126
FICTION
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Grandpa Birdwell’s Last Battle
He and Grandma drank a lot of Moonshine between them, called it "Honerable Herbs"
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JESSE STUART
"ADGER now you hurry a1ong and get up the hollow to your Grandpa's," Ma said. “I hate to see your Grandma and Grandpa left alone in that old house after night. It might ketch fire and burn ’em up. Somebody might think they’ve got money and try to rob ’em.
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"Whata a Joint—even the Nurses Are Good for You!"
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"The Way International Banking Is These Days, Dear, I Thought It Might Be Wise to Have Something To
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“Does Your Horse Come Up and Hit You?”
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"I Had So Much of It I Thought I'd Open Up My Own Place”
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"Y-y-you Knows How Liquor Is W-w-when You Leave It Open, Sir—it Evaporates"
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0070.xml
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"Last Night I Dreamt We Were Back in the Delicatessen Business"
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0071.xml
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PICTORIAL FEATURES
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Home Is Where You Set Your Grainbin
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BUCKMINSTER FULLER
WHO wants to settle down for life in one spot, anyhow? The old mortgage-covered home-stead has gone out with stuffed birds and ancestor worship. And there’s a new generation of hard-headed realists who like to get around, know what they want, and don’t propose to spend the rest of their lives paying for it.
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ARTICLE
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At Last-the "Flivver” House
This portable steel roundhouse, which sells for seven hundred dollars F.O.B., begins a new era in low-priced shelter
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MARK ASHLEY
THE problem of housing is an old problem; and probably more nonsense has been written about it than about any other subject outside of art and sex. There has been endless talk about the “functional house,” the “budget house,” the “bride’s house,” the “plastic house,” the “all-steel” house, and the House of All Nations.
Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0073.xml
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"Twice Every Day I've Written to Her and Now She's Gonna Marry the Postman!"
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"She's From Elizabeth Arden and Wants to Know What We're Using for a Cleanser"
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THE LIVELY ARTS
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Big Names Take Over
With first-rate writers like John Steinbeck in pictures, Dreiser in radio, entertainment is on the up
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GILBERT SELDES
IT is a good five years since I noted the arresting combination of Bing Crosby, Marcel Proust, and the Kraft products; but that was only an accident; Proust had never written for radio and Mr. Crosby’s engaging hour did not condense Remembrance of Things Past into a twelve-minute dramatization just after the middle commercial.
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SATIRE
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One Must Carry On
As bombs rock the Gentlemen’s Club, Major Mawkley recalls an unpleasant expiddience at Eton
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LOUIS PAUL
I WAS late in arriving at the Gentlemen's Club in Twiddenham. For one thing my hotel the previous evening had been partly demolished, making it necessary to arrange for other diggings. For another thing the Twiddenham omnibus had been rerouted due to bomb craters in the streets.
Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0077.xml
article
68
68,102,103
FICTION
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The Real Viennese Schmalz
The refugee knew old Vienna, but how could he write about the Blue Danube when he remembered it red with blood?
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BUDD WILSON SCHULBERG
HAROLD EDSON BROWN'S indignation could be heard throughout the entire studio. The only thing that was louder than his voice was the sport coat on which a couple of gag men had once played a game of checkers. It was an outrage. Here he was, Harold Edson Brown, the highest paid writer on the lot, the only Pulitzer Prize winner on contract (though that winning play had been written twenty years ago with an enthusiasm and intensity which had sickened and died before he ever reached Hollywood), the man who had juggled such themes as mother love, comraderie and sex for over ten years without ever dropping a script, being denied the fattest assignment of the year.
Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0078.xml
article
68
68
cartoon
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"Your Nephew—he Must Be An Awfully Interesting Little Fellow"
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0079.xml
article
69
69
cartoon
[no value]
"Till Next Year Then—"
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0080.xml
article
70
70,107,108,109
ARTICLE
[no value]
Menkes: Yeast From Paris
His portraits are simple and tender, his landscapes, warmly sensuous, but his richest painting is still lifes
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HARRY SALPETER
AMONG those who profess the faith into which Sigmund Menkes was born, there is a ceremony through which, when they have reached the age of thirteen male children are inducted, at least symbolically, into the responsibilities of manhood. At the age of thirteen, or approximately thereabouts, a long-legged, gangling, awkward, retiring and generally unprepossessing Zygmunt Menkes (to give the original spelling of the name) became not only a symbolical man but a potential artist.
Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0081.xml
article
70
70
cartoon
[no value]
"Shall I Take Off My Lipstick, Too, Doctor?"
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0082.xml
article
71
71
PICTORIAL FEATURES
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A Group of Paintings
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0083.xml
article
72
72
PICTORIAL FEATURES
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Bloodroot and Foal
[no value]
[no value]
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Bloodroot is the best young mare on the Idle Hour Stock farm of the great Colonel Bradley. She was the running mate of the famous Black Helen, was second to her in many big stakes, defeated her several times. Some racing men consider her Black Helen’s superior.
Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0084.xml
article
73
73,173,174,175
MOTORS
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Rubber, Reason and Rot
The Army’s idea of curtailing consumption isn’t enough, our defense needs synthetic rubber
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[no value]
ROBERT W. MARKS
IN ONE way or another—particularly one way—we use more than half of the world's supply of rubber. This is an amazing tribute to the vigor of the American people, our energy, locomotive habits, automotive civilization; but, in times past, it has also been a signal of potential danger.
Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0085.xml
article
73
73
cartoon
[no value]
“Speed Isn’t Everything, My Dear Man—riding Comfort and Durability Must Be Considered”
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0086.xml
article
74
74
cartoon
[no value]
“You’d Think They Would at Least Make It Less Terrifying By Reversing the Film and Showing the Hous
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0087.xml
article
75
75,177,178
THEATER
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First Nights & Passing Judgments
Disputing the wisdom of John Mason Brown, Wolcott Gibbs, Burns Mantle, Brooks Atkinson and assorted sages
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GEORGE JEAN NATHAN
HOMER MCRAUSVOGEL who, as you all know, is one of the most distinguished producers in the American theatre, was talking to me the other day about the critics. “Personally, I surely have no complaint,” he allowed. “They have treated me well; indeed, often too well.
Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0088.xml
article
75
75
cartoon
[no value]
"Kinda Dead Around Here on Sunday Afternoons, Isn't It?"
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0089.xml
article
76
76,77,154,155
SATIRE
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The Pearl Pelican
Bill feared the worst when Figuero, the scribe, admitted he knew a very sad tale about the pawnshop pelican
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PAUL T. GILBERT
"WELL, of all the romantic things! Bill—look!" Prudence Parker had come to a stop under the portals of the Santo Domingo square, where a battery of typewriters was clicking. “What’s so romantic about that?” demanded Bill, to whom typists were an everyday experience.
Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0090.xml
article
78
78
cartoon
[no value]
"A Double Martini, Please!"
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0091.xml
article
78
78
cartoon
[no value]
"Will the Witness Please Rely on Testimony Alone to Convince the Jury"
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0092.xml
article
78
78
cartoon
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0093.xml
article
78
78
cartoon
[no value]
"Papa and Myself Are Going to the Movies—we'll Phone You Just Before We Start Back"
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0094.xml
article
79
79
cartoon
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“Very Truly Yours. and Now, Miss Burke, I Return You to Your Chewing Gum and Compact”
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0095.xml
article
79
79
cartoon
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“I Don’t, See What a Beautiful Girl Like You Can See in a Mere Night Watchman in An Airplane Factor
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0096.xml
article
79
79
cartoon
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“Look, Joe, R. A. F. Bomber!”
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0097.xml
article
79
79
cartoon
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“Order Something Expensive—i've Got a Government Contract”
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0098.xml
article
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80,140,141,142,143,144,146
BOOKS
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Esquire's Five-minute Shelf
Impromptu on the Palice Gazette, the plays of Barrie and Shaw, the passing of Lou Gehrig and Sir Hugh Walpole
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WILLIAM LYON PHELPS
THE first great age in the British theatre was from 1593 until 1616; the second great age was from 1892 to 1924, adorned by Oscar Wilde, John M. Synge, Bernard Shaw, J. M. Barrie, W. B. Yeats, St. John Ervine, Granville-Barker, John Galsworthy, Arthur Pinero, Henry Arthur Jones, and others.
Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0099.xml
article
80
80
cartoon
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"It Came to Me All of a Sudden—let's Start a 'map of the Month Club'"
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0100.xml
article
81
81,82
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Going Back to School...
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0101.xml
article
83
83,84
Varga Girl
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Red Means Go
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PHIL STACK
Varga
<p>I'd love to play the romantic goon When Autumn features a harvest moon... I'd love to squire you around the town When the lights are up and the chips are down... To dance with you as the soft horns sigh And drink with you to the dreams that die. To hold you close for a last goodnight While a taxi ticks in the dawn's gray light...</p>
Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0102.xml
article
85
85,165,166
MUSIC
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Roulades and Cadenzas
As a hot-weather pastime you can listen to recordings of carnival songs and fancy yourself in Rio
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CARLETON SMITH
SOUTH AMERICA is a sub-continent culturally. It has produced little art of its own worthy of the name. Settled by missionaries, explorers, second sons of the rich grandees of the Iberian peninsula, whose purpose was aggrandizement and who established and maintain to this day the feudal conditions of 16th century Spain and Portugal, it took over quite naturally the expressions and attitudes of its mother-lands.
Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0103.xml
article
85
85
cartoon
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"Quick Meyer—go Get Your Violin"
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0104.xml
article
86
86,119,120
SPORTS
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I'll Stick with Mcneill
Sober and self-made, he has ideas of sportsmanship, always plays to win, and his best weapon is his backhand
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JOHN R. TUNIS
THE Baron von Cramm was annoyed. Already he was late for dinner with that blonde from Southampton. Playing for the first time in the American tennis championships, the German Davis Cup captain and Wimbledon star was being chased all over the court by a big rugged boy from Oklahoma.
Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0105.xml
article
87
87,157,158,159
SPORTS
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Kovacs the Clown Will Win
He’s got courage and perseverance, Riggs’s goat, McNeill’s number and more strokes than the Harvard crew
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ART COHN
DON McNEILL, the national champion, had just been licked, knocked off for the second time in ten days by the same screwball and the same score, straight sets. “And I’ll do it again at Forest Hills in September,” Frankie Kovacs modestly prophesied at Orlando last January as he stuffed the Florida State championship mug in his bag.
Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0106.xml
article
88
88,164,165
ARTICLE
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Oomph! • • • Sorry!
Ann Sheridan is still completely Dallas, with an open smile which wins both Hollywood and her fans
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DONALD HOUGH
ON THE way to Hollywood, about twenty-eight miles this side, I thought I'd stop in at a roadside place and have a drink and a sandwich, which I did. The girl who waited on me was a blonde, about five feet two and built chunky, and a Swede. I asked her if she was a Swede and she said yes.
Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0107.xml
article
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88
cartoon
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"He Says If We Haven’t Got a Thing to Wear, How About Going Swimming Instead of Dancing?”
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0108.xml
article
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89
PICTORIAL FEATURES
[no value]
Ann Sheridan
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0109.xml
article
90
90
PICTORIAL FEATURES
[no value]
Linda Darnell
[no value]
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0110.xml
article
91
91,152,153
EDIBLES
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Man the Kitchenette
Reporting class discrimination in the U. S. Navy: commissioned officers go desertless while gobs eat pumpkin pie
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ILES BRODY
IN THESE militant times When I he world's eyes are foeused on the United States Navy, I couldn’t help being curious as to what went on in the gobs’ galleys. So I asked the proper authorities for permission to visit the new Super-Dreadnaught North Carolina, to lift the lid off the food situation.
Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0111.xml
article
91
91
cartoon
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“The Gentleman Over There Says He’ll Take Your Dessert If You Don’t Want It”
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0112.xml
article
92
92,139,140
ARTICLE
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"Bugs” That Almost Fly
Miniature car racing is one of the few remaining sports operated purely for pleasure
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ANDREW L. MICHUDA
AROUND and around the oval these gas demons tore, hell-bent for the checkered flag. Bud Kline’s “41” was leading the field and with each rubber-searing turn gained another notch or two. Monotonously the racers ground around the track holding the same places until they approached the east end of the saucer which had a fifty-five-degree bank.
Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0113.xml
article
92
92
cartoon
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"We Must Be Nearing the Camp Note—that Was a Sentry We Just Knocked Over"
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0114.xml
article
93
93
PICTORIAL FEATURES
[no value]
Milson O'boy Ii
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KNIGHTSCROFT KENNEL
Irish Setter—a gay dog for moor and gun. The great good looks of the Red Dog from Eire have, oddly enough, served as a handicap. Fanciers, as his coat developed into that rich dark mahogany shade (his earlier ancestors were red and mostly white) couldn’t resist the temptations of weaning him away from the field and putting him on the show bench.
Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0115.xml
article
94
94
TRENDS IN DRESS
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Bundle From Britain
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The closer relationship between this country and the British Empire is causing more emphasis to be placed on fashions stemming from this traditional fount. For a while, the westward currents were slowed up, but now the influence is increasing, reflecting English enterprise and American good will.
Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0116.xml
article
95
95
TRENDS IN DRESS
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Look Alikes
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The girls have made another invasion on man’s privacy, so as you gaze about the campuses of universities this fall, it won’t surprise you to see young women wearing clothes showing the masculine influence. The wide-eyed one sketched here is wearing a blue on brown striped Shetland jacket and grey flannel skirt—the feminine version of this upperclassman’s outfit.
Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0117.xml
article
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96
cartoon
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“It’s for the Admiral—we’re Giving Him a Twenty-one Quart Salute!”
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0118.xml
article
97
97,162,163
POTABLES
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Stimulant Is Right
Now that the boys are drafted, an army of Drys is mobilizing to make our democracy safe for bootleggers
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LAWTON MACKALL
WELL, Johnny's gone to camp and gotten his gun. So let's take away his lawful privileges as an American citizen—just to “protect” him. At least, that’s the scheme now being shrilled by his self-appointed Aunties of the Anti-Saloon League and suchlike bluenose agitation groups.
Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0119.xml
article
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97
cartoon
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"Don't Be Alarmed, Mrs. Brumbelow—she Just Got Drowsy"
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0120.xml
article
98
98
WEARABLES
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Budget the School Wardrobe
Guides calculated to help you plan a well-balanced wardrobe in any of three widely varying price brackets
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O. E. SCHOEFFLER
AVITAL PART of the educational defense program is the proper nothing for undergraduates, soon returning to cloistered halls. The battle of books is always preceded by the budget of bucks when the student’s apparel is planned.
Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0121.xml
article
99
99
PICTORIAL FEATURES
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Back in the Dorm...
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AFTER the usual greetings and lively talk of registration (how to pick a course without eight o'clock's or Friday afternoon classes) comes the unpacking. Strewn here are typical accessories. Atop the chest of drawers; striped oxford shirts with buttondown collars, satin-wood military brushes, two-toned leath er trimmed Picture frame, leather covered ash tray, alligator cigarette case, electric shaver, fountain pens and pencil, lighter, pipes, tobacco pouch with convenient places for pipe and tobacco, shower soap with cord, bath brush, Shetland pullover, paisley muffler.
Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0122.xml
article
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101
cartoon
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"In This Model, Madame, the Hat Is on the Bird"
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0123.xml
article
104
104,146,147,148,149
RECORDS
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Esquire on the Record
Regale your fair weather pals with Reggie Gardiner’s Trains, Blitzstein’s No for an Answer, or Shakespeare according to Welles
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CARLETON SMITH
SO COMMENTS Filch in The Beggar's Opera. And he's in the groove. If you’re too hot to hear Bach, if Tschaikowsky induces mental poison ivy, if the sound of Wagner sends you diving toward the shower, if a fleeting strain of Liebestraum starts rivers of perspiration down your back, if you’re bored with wop opera, if your favorite composer gives you schizophrenia, then shed your clothes and listen with me to The Beggar’s Opera.
Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0124.xml
article
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104
cartoon
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"But I Never Wear a Four-in-hand Tie"
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0125.xml
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105
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Arrow
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ARROW
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0126.xml
article
106
106
cartoon
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“The Shampoo Is Something New, Isn’t It?"
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0127.xml
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107
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Advertisement
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0128.xml
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108
108
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Jantzen Knitting Mills: Jantzen Sweaters
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JANTZEN KNITTING MILLS
Jantzen SWEATERS
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0129.xml
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109
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Pabst Brewing Company
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Pabst Brewing Company
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0130.xml
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110
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A. Stein & Company
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A. STEIN & COMPANY
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0131.xml
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111
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Advertisement
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0132.xml
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112
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Advertisement
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0133.xml
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113
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Hickok
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HICKOK
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0134.xml
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115
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Advertisement
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0135.xml
article
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116
TRENDS IN DRESS
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Accessible Accessories
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Your appearance in late summer need not be impaired because the mercury hovers high. Fashionable colors in lightweight accessories maintain a good standard of dress for business. The articles in this colored photograph combine with grey or blue summer suits with either single or double breasted jackets.
Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0136.xml
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117
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Advertisement
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0137.xml
article
118
118
cartoon
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“Postal Telegraph, Madame—they Want An Answer"
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0138.xml
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119
119
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Coopers Inc.: Jockey Underwear
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Coopers Inc.
jockey Underwear
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0139.xml
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120
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The Pace-setter
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The Pace-Setter
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0140.xml
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121
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Hair Tonic: Dandruff Remover Shampoo
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HAIR TONIC
DANDRUFF REMOVER SHAMPOO
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0141.xml
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122
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Advertisements
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WALTHAM PREMIER WATCHES
CHANDLER
WALTHAM PREMIER WATCHES
BUXTON
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0142.xml
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123
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Mark Twain
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MARK TWAIN
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0143.xml
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124
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White Label
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White Label
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0144.xml
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125
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Rainfair Luality
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RAINFAIR Luality
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0145.xml
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126
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Arrid
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ARRID
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0146.xml
article
127
127
cartoon
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“Gee, It Sure Gives You a Thrill, Doesn’t It?”
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0147.xml
article
128
128
TRENDS IN DRESS
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Sailing in Late Summer
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Some of the biggest and best days for sailing boats are still ahead of us. All classes from the Wee-Scotts to the 18-meter boats are expanding as more men and women become nautical-minded. The season, too, is being extended. On September week ends you’ll find inveterate tenders of the tillers catching the winds.
Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0148.xml
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Advertisement: Esquire
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Esquire
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0149.xml
article
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130
cartoon
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"She’s Got No Visible Means of Support, Sarge!”
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0150.xml
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Advertisement: Marlboro
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Marlboro
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0151.xml
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Nunn-Bush
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0152.xml
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MARLBORO
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0153.xml
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Pioneer Accessories
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PIONEER ACCESSORIES
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0154.xml
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Pioneer Accessories
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PIONEER ACCESSORIES
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0155.xml
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Dobbs
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DOBBS
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0156.xml
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137
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Winthrop Shoe Company
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WINTHROP SHOE COMPANY
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0157.xml
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0158.xml
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DOBBS HATS
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0159.xml
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American Viscose Corporation
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AMERICAN VISCOSE CORPORATION
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0160.xml
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American Viscose Corporation
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AMERICAN VISCOSE CORPORATION
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0161.xml
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Richland Shoe Co.
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RICHLAND SHOE CO.
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0162.xml
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Waldes Koh-i-noor, Inc.
[no value]
Waldes Koh-I-Noor, Inc.
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0163.xml
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Texas Tanning & Mfg. Co.
[no value]
TEXAS TANNING & MFG. CO.
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0164.xml
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Manhattan SHIRTS
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0165.xml
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General Electric
[no value]
GENERAL ELECTRIC
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0166.xml
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0167.xml
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Gripper Fasteners Re«. U. S. Pat. Off.
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GRIPPER FASTENERS Re«. U. S. Pat. Off.
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0168.xml
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0169.xml
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Oshkosh
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OSHKOSH
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0170.xml
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0171.xml
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Abercrombie & Fitch Co.
[no value]
ABERCROMBIE & FITCH CO.
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0172.xml
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0173.xml
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Esquire
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0174.xml
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0175.xml
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0176.xml
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A. S. Beck: Brownstone Bootmakers
[no value]
A. S. BECK
BROWNSTONE BOOTMAKERS
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0177.xml
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ESQUIRE
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0178.xml
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Harris Tweed
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HARRIS TWEED
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0179.xml
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Coronet
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CORONET
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0180.xml
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B. W. Harris Mfg. Co.
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B. W. HARRIS MFG. CO.
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0181.xml
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0183.xml
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Johnson & Rand
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JOHNSON & RAND
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0184.xml
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0185.xml
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“Since When Does He Leave Flowers with the Milk?”
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0186.xml
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Arrow Importing Co.
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Arrow Importing Co.
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0187.xml
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0188.xml
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Schieffelin & Co.: White Label
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Schieffelin & Co.
WHITE LABEL
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0189.xml
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SIMPSON CLOTHES
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0190.xml
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The Lamb Knit Goods Co.
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THE Lamb KNIT GOODS CO.
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0191.xml
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Galey & Lord, Inc.
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GALEY & LORD, INC.
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0192.xml
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United-carr Fastener Corp.
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UNITED-CARR FASTENER CORP.
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0193.xml
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Gordon's Gin
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0194.xml
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0195.xml
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Swank
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SWANK
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0196.xml
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169
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The Stetson Shoe Company, Inc.
[no value]
THE STETSON SHOE COMPANY, INC.
[no value]
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0197.xml
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0198.xml
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Northern Furniture Co.
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NORTHERN FURNITURE CO.
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0199.xml
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Anderson Brothers
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ANDERSON BROTHERS
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0200.xml
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Stuka-fied
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STUKA-FIED
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0201.xml
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0202.xml
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Peters Shoe Company: City Club Shoes
[no value]
PETERS SHOE COMPANY
City Club SHOES
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0203.xml
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Plymouth Manufacturing Co.
[no value]
PLYMOUTH MANUFACTURING CO.
[no value]
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0204.xml
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0205.xml
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Empire Electric Co.
[no value]
EMPIRE ELECTRIC CO.
[no value]
[no value]
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0206.xml
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173
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Eagle Clothes
[no value]
EAGLE CLOTHES
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0207.xml
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The Hartmann Trunk Co.
[no value]
THE HARTMANN TRUNK CO.
[no value]
[no value]
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0208.xml
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M. Born & Co.
[no value]
M. Born & co.
[no value]
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[no value]
Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0209.xml
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ESQUIRE
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0210.xml
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0211.xml
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Monarch Manufacturing Co.
[no value]
MONARCH Manufacturing Co.
[no value]
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0212.xml
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Advertisement: Bacardi
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BACARDI
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0213.xml
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0214.xml
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W. Shanhouse Sons, Inc.
[no value]
W. SHANHOUSE SONS, Inc.
[no value]
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0215.xml
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Schoble Hats Inc.
[no value]
SCHOBLE HATS INC.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0216.xml
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Allen Edmonds
[no value]
Allen Edmonds
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[no value]
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0217.xml
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0218.xml
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Leroux & Company, Inc.
[no value]
LEROUX & COMPANY, INC.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0219.xml
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A. S. Kirkeby
[no value]
A. S. KIRKEBY
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0220.xml
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Roblee
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Roblee
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0221.xml
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The American Tobacco Company
[no value]
The American Tobacco Company
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Esquire_19410901_0016_003_0222.xml