Issue: 19630701

Monday, July 1, 1963
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Wednesday, December 9, 2015
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Articles
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Esquire
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THE BUCKINGHAM CORPORATION: CUTTY SARK
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THE BUCKINGHAM CORPORATION
CUTTY SARK
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RCA VICTOR
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RCA VICTOR
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0003.xml
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The Armstrong Rubber Company: ARMSTRONG TIRES
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The Armstrong Rubber Company
ARMSTRONG TIRES
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0004.xml
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Famous Writers School
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Famous Writers School
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0005.xml
tableOfContents
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Esquire
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0006.xml
masthead
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Masthead
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0007.xml
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LANVIN-PARFUMS, INC: MONSIEUR LANVIN
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LANVIN-PARFUMS, INC
MONSIEUR LANVIN
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0008.xml
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Advertisement: TOP BRASS
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TOP BRASS
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PUBLISHER'S PAGE
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A lively and responsive weekend at Princeton
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“The mindless dictatorship of the audience” was the most provocative single sentence uttered at Princeton during the entire Response Weekend of April 19, 20 and 21. It was pronounced by Edward Albee, extemporaneously and before getting into his prepared remarks, in the course of contrasting the Russian “dictatorship from the top” (which prevented Soviet poet Yevtushenko from attending the Princeton weekend) and the American “dictatorship from the bottom.”
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HOTEL DEL PKADO
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HOTEL DEL PKADO
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0011.xml
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Larus & Brother Co., Inc.
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Larus & Brother Co., Inc.
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0012.xml
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Advertisement: ESQUIRE BOOKS
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ESQUIRE BOOKS
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0013.xml
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BOOK-OF-THE-MONTH CLUB, Inc.
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BOOK-OF-THE-MONTH CLUB, Inc.
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0014.xml
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RCA Victor Record Club
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RCA Victor Record Club
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0015.xml
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GRADIAZ, ANNIS & CO.
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GRADIAZ, ANNIS & CO.
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0016.xml
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NATIONAL DISTILLERS PRODUCTS CO.: merito rum
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NATIONAL DISTILLERS PRODUCTS CO.
merito rum
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0017.xml
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12,117,120,121
THE SOUND AND THE FURY
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THE SOUND AND THE FURY
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Alice McIntyre’s Depressed In California in the delightful May issue hit home. San Franciscans should take heed and Los Angeles will most likely continue to wallow in her smog. I must remind non-Californian readers, however, that there are a few places without a blemish...yet.
Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0018.xml
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Honeywell
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Honeywell
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0019.xml
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Advertisement: Yardley
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Yardley
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FILMS
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FILMS
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DWIGHT MACDONALD
ART demands a certain distance between creator and creation since the artist must communicate with others as well as with himself. (I am continuing where I left off last month about Orson Welles.) After a century and a half of romanticism, culminating in such solipsistic excesses as action painting and beat writing, it is easy to forget that a work of art is impersonal fabrication as well as personal expression.
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Advertisement
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0022.xml
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Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation: TRAVELERS CHECKS
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Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
TRAVELERS CHECKS
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0023.xml
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KEYSTONE CAMERA CO., INC.
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KEYSTONE CAMERA CO., INC.
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0024.xml
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Advertisement
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0025.xml
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General Motors Corporation: CADILLAC
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General Motors Corporation
CADILLAC
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0026.xml
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The Alligator Company
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The Alligator Company
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0027.xml
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20,22,23,24,25
TRAVEL
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TRAVEL NOTES
The Swiss know how to live and ski and eat and have fairs
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RICHARD JOSEPH
Even if A Short Course In Perfection, which you’ll find on page 100, doesn’t inspire you to try to launch your problem son on a hotel career via the Swiss hotel school in Lausanne, you might be interested in some of the other educational attractions of the Swiss lakeside city.
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ALCOA
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0029.xml
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Cigar Institute of America, Inc.
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Cigar Institute of America, Inc.
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0030.xml
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I. W. HARPER DISTILLING CO: I. W. HARPER
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I. W. HARPER DISTILLING CO
I. W. HARPER
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0031.xml
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3M COMPANY
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3M COMPANY
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0032.xml
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GORDON'S DRY GIN CO. LTD.: DISTILLED LONDON DRY GIN
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GORDON'S DRY GIN CO. LTD.
DISTILLED LONDON DRY GIN
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0033.xml
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SEAGRAM DISTILLERS COMPANY: V.O.
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SEAGRAM DISTILLERS COMPANY
V.O.
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TWO WRITERS
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JOHN FILLER
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My name is John Filler and I represent the latest rage in American Freaklore, the hip/beat author who doesn’t write. I don’t write because it is the tradition of my school to stop, once enough insight is gained to graduate from student to mastery.
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32,33,34,35
TWO WRITERS
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GEORGE AXELROD
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My name is George Axelrod. The photographs on these pages have been retouched for Security Reasons. A certain secret Department in Washington (where I am known only as 007) prefers the world think of me as a somewhat hungover-looking Hollywood writer who stumbles through life with a permanent expression of nervous bewilderment on his pudgy face.
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36,38
FEATURES
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Faulkner Without Fanfare
An editor friend defines the outlines of a great writer and an uncommon man
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ROBERT N. LINSCOTT
<p>During the early Nineteen Fifties, when I was an editor at Random House, I saw Faulkner almost every day whenever he was in New York. Some of the notes that follow were made at the time; some years later when news of his death quickened old memories.</p>
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cartoon
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“You punk! I was hating America before you were born!”
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0038.xml
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“You sure write good!”
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cartoon
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"You call that dirty?"
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41,42,43
ARTICLES
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The Structure of the American Literary Establishment
Who makes or breaks a writer's reputation?
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L. RUST HILLS
<p>We’ve laid out the American literary establishment schematically on the next two pages. Virtually everyone of any serious literary consequence appears on the chart, whether writer, editor, agent, critic, or simple hipster. An establishment implies exclusiveness, and at first glance this chart may seem to be all-inclusive—but it isn’t, not by any means.</p>
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44,45,46,47,106,108,110
ARTICLES
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Looking for Hemingway
Once there was Ernest and Scott and Gertrude, and the wine flowed and the talk was good. But now there is Doc and Jimmy and George and Patsy, and the Scotch is light and the gossip is gossip
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GAY TALESE
<p>EARLY in the Fifties another young generation of American expatriates in Paris became another twenty-six years old, but they were not Sad Young Men, nor were they Lost; they were the witty, irreverent sons of a conquering nation and, though they came mostly from wealthy parents and had been graduated from Harvard or Yale, they seemed endlessly delighted in posing as paupers and dodging the bill collectors, possibly because it seemed challenging and distinguished them from American tourists, whom they despised, and also because it was another way of having fun with the French, who despised <i>them</i>. </p>
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ARTICLES
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Back On The Open Road For Boys
When the dawn comes up like thunder over China, ’cross the bay, whom do we see? Allen Ginsberg???
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ALICE GLASER
<p>On the bank of the Ganges between Delhi and Calcutta is the dusty city of Benares—a city tingling with ricksha bells, teeming with sages and scavengers, smelling of yak and marijuana. Eighteen months ago it was discovered by two wandering poets, Allen Ginsberg and Peter Orlovsky, probably the only two Beats still on the road.</p>
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WORKS IN PROGRESS
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WORKS IN PROGRESS 1963
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They used to say the American novel was dead; now Time Magazine (oxymoronically) reports "a modest literary boom.” It takes no literary historian to recognize a vintage literary year in retrospect: In 1925, for instance, Sinclair Lewis published Arrowsmith; Dreiser, An American Tragedy; Dos Passos, Manhattan Transfer: Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby; Faulkner had just finished Soldiers' Pay; and Hemingway was working on The Sun Also Rises.
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WORKS IN PROGRESS
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BOOKS IN PROCESS
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NELSON ALGREN’S new book will be a series of reflections about Hemingway, written mostly on a cruise he took on a freighter, mixed with an account of that voyage....Louis Auchincloss is publishing a collection of interrelated stories about a Wall Street law firm this summer and has started work on another novel...
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52,53,54
WORKS IN PROGRESS
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A WAPSHOT SCANDAL
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JOHN CHEEVER
THERE is no body of tradition to sustain the raped male. The scene was the main deck of the S.S. Janet Runckle, bound from Toledo to Naples. Emile Cranmer, an unlicensed deckhand, was raped by a passenger named Frau Englebart. Man is the questing sex; woman is passive, and even when the tables are violently turned these conceptions remain immovable.
Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0046.xml
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54,55
WORKS IN PROGRESS
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The Art of the Duel
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VLADIMIR NABOKOV
<p>THE hostile meeting described here is the classical duel à volonté of the French code, partly derived from the Irish and English pistol duel, for which the basic code duello was adopted in Tipperary about 1775. According to this Clonmel Code and to an additional rule adopted in Galway, firing was regulated by signal, or word of command, or at pleasure, and in the last case, either party might advance “even to touch muzzle.</p>
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55,56
WORKS IN PROGRESS
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THE FIDDLERSBURG PREACHER
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ROBERT PENN WARREN
AT the end of the sermon Brad drew Yasha aside to wait. Through the windows ajar on the side aisle came the sweetness of blossoms, of bruised grass, of the river mud of April. Standing there, Yasha Jones murmured: “And I will plant them upon their land, and they shall no more be pulled up out of their land which I have given them, saith the Lord thy God.
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57,58,59
WORKS IN PROGRESS
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TWO WRITERS TALK IT OVER
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JAMES JONES
WILLIAM STYRON
James Jones’s last novel was The Thin Red Line ; William Styron’s was Set This House on Fire. Recently, they interviewed one another on their respective novels-in-progress in Styron’s New York apartment, alone with the tape recorder.
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59,60
WORKS IN PROGRESS
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A Novel Beginning
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EDWARD ALBEE
<p>SINCE his tenth birthday he had seen her but four times; and his last visit, his final sight of her, was on the occasion of her death. These facts are worth noting only because she was his mother, and because he was, at the time of her dying, fifty-seven years old.</p>
Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0050.xml
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60,61
WORKS IN PROGRESS
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Why Do the Heathens Rage?
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FLANNERY O'CONNOR
<p>TILMAN had had his stroke in the state capital where he had gone on business, and he had stayed two weeks in the hospital there. He did not remember his arrival home by ambulance but his wife did. She had sat for two hours on the jump seat at his feet, gazing fixedly at his face.</p>
Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0051.xml
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61,62,103,104,105
WORKS IN PROGRESS
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Letter to Dr. Edvig
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SAUL BELLOW
<p>HERZOG had a score to settle with Dr. Edvig, the psychiatrist in Chicago, and it made no difference how often he told himself that it would be better to forget it, that he couldn’t change Edvig’s views. His mind kept turning to Edvig again, and always in the same way—this Edvig with his short, sandy beard and his greying, cropped head, his glasses always round and clean, but masking his eyes so that you had to deduce his expression from his lips and cheeks or his brows.</p>
Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0052.xml
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63,64,65,66,67,68,69,105
ARTICLES
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Norman Mailer versus Nine Writers
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0053.xml
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70,71,72,73
STILL FILM
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The Old Man and the Bananafish
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<p>In the good old days, when Hollywood had a head on its shoulders, the smart moguls knew that a good character was like money in the bank. Did the public like Frankenstein? They loved him. So give ’em Son of Frankenstein, The Bride of Frankenstein, and so on.</p>
Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0054.xml
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HOLLYWOOD
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MICKEY SPILLANE AS MIKE HAMMER
AN INVESTIGATION OF THE MID-CENTURY LITERARY PHENOMENON IN WHICH MR. SPILLANE, A POPULAR NOVELIST OF THE DAY, CHOOSES TO ASSAY THE ROLE OF HIS HERO, MIKE HAMMER, IN A MOTION PICTURE INTERPRETATION OF A BOOK, THEREBY INCITING CURIOUS SPECULATION
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TERRY SOUTHERN
<p>ONE spring evening ten years or so ago I found myself sharing a large table, outside the Café Flore, with several people who had just attended the premiere of Serge Lifar’s ballet, Lucifer. One of the persons at the table was Jean-Paul Sartre, and another was a young American cutie-pie, who was getting far more attention than she deserved.</p>
Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0055.xml
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77,78,79
FEATURES
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THE LAST OF THE LOST GENERATION
One of the men who posed for it tells why the photograph overleaf is historic.
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MALCOLM COWLEY
<p>SO there we were, eleven of us posed at one table&mdash;seated, from left to right, or standing, from left to right&mdash;while we grinned at the camera as if it were Maurice Chevalier. That is, the sitting ones grinned. The standing ones looked sober, as if they had missed the point of a joke when their hearing aids went dead.</p>
Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0056.xml
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80,81,82,83,84,85,118
ARTICLES
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Wilson
He has dominated American criticism in an age of criticism; without colleagues, disciples or cause—he is a school unto himself. No— he is a university unto himself
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ELEANOR PERÉNYI
<p>When the announcement was made that the 1962 Nobel Prize for Literature had for the fifth time been given to an American, there were the usual grumblings in the intellectual community. What distinguished these grumblings was, for once, a fairly general agreement on who ought to have received it: Edmund Wilson.</p>
Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0057.xml
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86,87,88,89,90,111,112
ARTICLES
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Love To All of You, Of All Generations
The life of Scott Fitzgerald, as told in nine of his letters never before published, written in flush times and in darkest days to those who really mattered
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<p>By 1922, Scott Fitzgerald had published This Side of Paradise and The Beautiful and Damned, plus a collection of short stories entitled Flappers and Philosophers. His reputation as a serious writer was growing, but so was his reputation as a madcap, high-living character.</p>
Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0058.xml
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cartoon
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"To all of us here at Crosstitch Press you will ever remain the last of the red-hot poets."
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0059.xml
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WEARABLES
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STRIPED SEERSUCKERS
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The recent interest in seersucker has to do with patterns. Stripings are turning up in all widths. The suit on the left is typical of the narrow version. Its stripes are alternately white and black, each a sixteenth of an inch wide. The material is a blend of Dacron polyester and cotton fibers; in other words, wash-and-wear.
Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0060.xml
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WEARABLES
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...AND KNITTED SHIRTS
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Inasmuch as knits in general are moving into the rising cycle of fashions, knitted characteristics are appearing in a variety of types. These fleecy after-swim shirts are prime examples. On the left the vertical-striped model is red and white with a zipper front and a narrow stand-up or “bal” collar, three-quarter-length sleeves.
Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0061.xml
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94,95
WEARABLES
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THE LIGHTER MADRASES.
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0062.xml
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96,97
WEARABLES
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BULLETIN FROM ABROAD
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0063.xml
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98,99
WEARABLES
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THE ELEGANT MAN: IV—THE SUMMER SUIT
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An elegant man in summer is like an ice cube on a platter of hot tamales. Amid a general scene of hot, sizzling, damp stickiness he presents a refreshing picture of cool, crisp breeziness. This is the image we are aiming at in suggesting the elements of the elegant summer suit.
Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0064.xml
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100,101,102
TRAVEL
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A Short Course In Perfection
At the Swiss hotel school the art of gracious service is taught with martial discipline
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RICHARD JOSEPH
Scratch an American traveler abroad, and after he has said “ouch,” chances are he’ll tell you that one of the things he likes best about European travel is the personal service. The French word for “host” is hôte, which has the same root as “hotel,” and it is as hosts that most European hoteliers regard themselves.
Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0065.xml
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SHULTON: Old Spice Stick Deodorant
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SHULTON
Old Spice Stick Deodorant
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0066.xml
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0067.xml
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107
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY: KODAK MOTORMATIC 35F
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
KODAK MOTORMATIC 35F
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0068.xml
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THE OLD CROW DISTILLING CO.: OLD CROW
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THE OLD CROW DISTILLING CO.
OLD CROW
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0069.xml
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BERNARD GEIS ASSOCIATES
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BERNARD GEIS ASSOCIATES
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0070.xml
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W.& A. Gilbey, Ltd.: Gilbey's Vodka
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W.& A. Gilbey, Ltd.
Gilbey's Vodka
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0071.xml
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112
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Coronet Films
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Coronet Films
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0072.xml
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112
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JOB INC.
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JOB INC.
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0073.xml
article
113
113,114
BACKSTAGE WITH ESQUIRE
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BACKSTAGE WITH ESQUIRE
Scanning the American literary scene: its past, present and future
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WHEN “literary” we first issue, planned we hoped a special to include in it samples of the novels or plays that some of the best American writers are working on— things that would be too long for us to publish in whole. Ideally, we felt, the excerpts would stand pretty much on their own, but for this special purpose that would not be altogether necessary.
Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0074.xml
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113
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Diners’ ClubAmerican Express
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Diners’ ClubAmerican Express
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0075.xml
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113
113
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AMSTEL AMERICAN CORP.: AMSTEL BEER
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AMSTEL AMERICAN CORP.
AMSTEL BEER
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0076.xml
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113
113
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SCOTT PUBLICATIONS
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SCOTT PUBLICATIONS
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0077.xml
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114
114
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Advertisement: ESQUIRE BOOKS
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ESQUIRE BOOKS
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0078.xml
article
114
114
cartoon
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“I’m warning you, buddy, she hasn't eaten anything all day!”
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0079.xml
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115
115
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Philip Morris Inc.: BOND STREET
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Philip Morris Inc.
BOND STREET
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0080.xml
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115
115
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SCOTT PUBLICATIONS
[no value]
SCOTT PUBLICATIONS
[no value]
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0081.xml
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115
115
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RENFIELD IMPORTERS, LTD.: HAIG&HAIG
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RENFIELD IMPORTERS, LTD.
HAIG&HAIG
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0082.xml
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115
115
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The Public Relations Board, Inc.
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The Public Relations Board, Inc.
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0083.xml
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116
116
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The Taylor Wine Company, Inc.: TAYLOR
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The Taylor Wine Company, Inc.
TAYLOR
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0084.xml
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116
116
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Advertisement: SCOTT PUBLICATIONS
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SCOTT PUBLICATIONS
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0085.xml
article
116
116
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COMING UP IN AUGUST ESQUIRE
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THREE NIGHTS IN ANOTHER TOWN All right, suppose you have to go to Cleveland, Denver, San Diego, Buffalo, Phoenix, or Atlanta. There’s no way to get out of it. Here’s how to have a good time anyway. THE SORRY STATE DEPT. Two fantastic revelations of the festering innards of our Department of State, revealed by the elusive Mark Epernay and ex-ambassador Ellis Briggs.
Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0086.xml
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Advertisement
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0087.xml
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117
117
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METROPOLIS BREWERY OF N. J., INC.: Champale MALT LIQUOR
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METROPOLIS BREWERY OF N. J., INC.
Champale MALT LIQUOR
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0088.xml
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117
117
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Advertisement
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0089.xml
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118
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Advertisement
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0090.xml
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118
118
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Cirtoën
[no value]
Cirtoën
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0091.xml
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119
119
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WIDE-LITE CORPORATION
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WIDE-LITE CORPORATION
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[no value]
Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0092.xml
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120
120
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Advertisements
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0093.xml
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121
121
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Oxford House
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Oxford House
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0094.xml
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121
121
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Royal Caribbean Hotel
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Royal Caribbean Hotel
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0095.xml
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121
121
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Advertisement
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0096.xml
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121
121
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HOTEL BALMORAL
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HOTEL BALMORAL
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0097.xml
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122
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DAY CO.: SUN HELMETS
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DAY CO.
SUN HELMETS
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0098.xml
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122
122
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EMPIRE DIAMOND CORP.
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EMPIRE DIAMOND CORP.
[no value]
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[no value]
Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0099.xml
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122
122
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0100.xml
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Advertisement
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0101.xml
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Advertisement: ACAPULCO SHIRT-JAC
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ACAPULCO SHIRT-JAC
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0102.xml
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122
122
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SSR PRODUCTS CORP.: VOLLEYMASTER
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SSR PRODUCTS CORP.
VOLLEYMASTER
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0103.xml
article
122
122,123
SHOPPING FINDS
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THE GENTLEMEN'S SHOPPER
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A Tennis Glove, which turned up on our desk not too long ago has given us pause. Surely Pancho Segura, Lew Hoad, Ken Rosewall, Vic Seixas, Tony Trabert, Billy Talbert, Pancho Gonzales, Jack Kramer, Don Budge, Darlene Hard, Ken McGregor, Chuck McKinley, Gardner Molloy, Ham Richardson, Whitney Reed and King Gustaf, when they are playing tennis, must, to put it bluntly, find that their hands become sweaty from " time to time.
Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0104.xml
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123
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Advertisements
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0105.xml
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Advertisements
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0106.xml
article
124
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SHOPPING FINDS
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TALKING SHOP
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VIRGINIA REILLY
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0107.xml
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125
125
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Advertisements
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0108.xml
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126
126
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CAPITOL RECORD CLUB
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CAPITOL RECORD CLUB
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0109.xml
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127
127
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HIRAM WALKER IMPORTERS, INC.: BLENDED CANADIAN WHISKY
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HIRAM WALKER IMPORTERS, INC.
BLENDED CANADIAN WHISKY
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[no value]
Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0110.xml
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128
128
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P. Lorillard Co.: KENT
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P. Lorillard Co.
KENT
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Esquire_19630701_0060_001_0111.xml