Issue: 19650701

Thursday, July 1, 1965
July
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Tuesday, July 21, 2015
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Esquire
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Seagram-distillers Company: Blended Scotch Whisky
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SEAGRAM-DISTILLERS COMPANY
BLENDED SCOTCH WHISKY
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0002.xml
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Volkswagen of America, Inc.
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VOLKSWAGEN OF AMERICA, INC.
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Avis, Inc.
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AVIS, INC.
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0004.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_19650701_0064_001_0005.xml
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RCA Victor
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RCA Victor
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0006.xml
tableOfContents
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Esquire
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0007.xml
masthead
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Masthead
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Lanvin
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LANVIN
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PUBLISHER'S PAGE
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The Seventh Literary Symposium at Chapel Hill
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A.G.
On April 5, on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Esquire presented its Seventh Literary Symposium, featuring Bruce Jay Friedman, celebrated young author of Stern and A Mother's Kisses, Norman Podhoretz, editor of Commentary and most respected of the younger critics, and Jack Richardson, one of the leaders of the rising generation of American playwrights.
Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0010.xml
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Revlon: 'that Man'
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Revlon
'That Man'
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0011.xml
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6
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Minolta Corp.: Minolta Hi-matic 7
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Minolta Corp.
Minolta Hi-matic 7
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0012.xml
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The Sound & The Fury
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The Sound and the Fury
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The best is not yet Were the man and the events associated with him removed from 1965 by millenia, your May-issue cover and caption might be wryly amusing. ELLEN MARSH New York, N.Y. Look I read with interest Lots of Pictures, and a Few Words, About the Magazine, U.S.A. On page 104 of same, you refer to a painting by Norman Rockwell approaching the racial question and credited that painting to The Saturday Evening Post.
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Benson & Hedges
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Benson & Hedges
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0014.xml
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8,11
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Capitol Record Club
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CAPITOL RECORD CLUB
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0015.xml
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Sawyer's
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SAWYER'S
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0016.xml
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Backstage With Esquire
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Backstage with Esquire
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Where Are They (see page 46) Going? Yes, indeed. That was the very question we asked ourselves a year ago in deciding to devote this issue to the subject of teen-agers. But devote is probably not the word; dedicate might be closer to it, in the beatific sense that a man must be dedicated to a higher good before he decides to spend his life on top of a pillar, or alone in a desert, or even, the ultimate martyrdom, self-exposed to (see page 100) a plague.
Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0017.xml
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13
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Cadogan Investments, Ltd.: Statesman
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Cadogan Investments, Ltd.
Statesman
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0018.xml
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Parfum Lorie, Inc.: Lorlé Lodorante
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Parfum Lorie, Inc.
LORLÉ LODORANTE
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0019.xml
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Advertisements
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Garrard
TYPE A70 AUTOMATIC TURNTABLE
Garrard
AT60 AUTOMATIC TURNTABLE
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0020.xml
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13,14
RECORDINGS
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Recordings
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MARTIN MAYER
GENEVA: A few years ago, commenting on the unexpectedly high quality of the Utah Symphony Orchestra, this observer passed some comment to the effect that Salt Lake City was by far the smallest city in the world to enjoy the services of a major symphony orchestra.
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cartoon
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“What’s She So Sore About? That’s How She Got Him to Propose in the First Place!”
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0022.xml
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Womrath’s — Lexington: Memocord
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WOMRATH’S — Lexington
MEMOCORD
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0023.xml
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15
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Columbia Record Club
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COLUMBIA RECORD CLUB
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0024.xml
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16,17
FAITHFUL SOUND
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Faithful Sound
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RALPH FREAS
Not so long ago portable radios had only seasonal use; battery sales soared mainly in the summertime. That's no longer true. This kind of radio is purchased year round, attesting to the fact that portability, or power-cordlessness, is an attractive benefit.
Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0025.xml
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National Distillers Products Co.
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NATIONAL DISTILLERS PRODUCTS CO.
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0026.xml
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Mercury Record Corp.: Cordless Portables
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Mercury Record Corp.
CORDLESS PORTABLES
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0027.xml
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TRAVEL
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Travel Notes
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RICHARD JOSEPH
We Americans seem to enjoy cycles, or perhaps fashions, in knuckleheaded thinking. Politics, of course, is a consistently rich romping ground for lame-brains; but religion, liquor (see “Prohibition—The Great Experiment”), and sex have all come in for their share, in turn, of junior lightweight cerebration.
Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0028.xml
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Mexican Government Tourism Department
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MEXICAN GOVERNMENT TOURISM DEPARTMENT
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General Motors Corporation: Cadillac
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General Motors Corporation
Cadillac
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Young's Market Company: Jose Cuervo Tequila
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YOUNG'S MARKET COMPANY
JOSE CUERVO TEQUILA
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0031.xml
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Advertisement: Gold Label
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Gold Label
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0032.xml
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The British Motor Corp.
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THE BRITISH MOTOR CORP.
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0033.xml
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Schweppes (usa) Ltd: Schweppes Bitter Lemon
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Schweppes (USA) Ltd
Schweppes Bitter Lemon
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0034.xml
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RCA Victor
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RCA VICTOR
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0035.xml
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Advertisement
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24,26,28
BOOKS
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Books
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MALCOLM MUGGERIDGE
Africa has now become the world's problem continent, with the inevitable result that various pundits and seers, from "Soapy" Mennen Williams onward, have taken to expounding the subject in the spoken and the written word. Unhappily, in such situations, there is liable to be more heat than light.
Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0037.xml
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Chevrolet
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CHEVROLET
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0038.xml
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Firestone: Sports Car Tire
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FIRESTONE
SPORTS CAR TIRE
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0039.xml
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Advertisements
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WIDE-LITE CORPORATION
BALLASTS
WIDE-LITE CORPORATION
POLES
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0040.xml
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Executive Research Institute, Inc.
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Executive Research Institute, Inc.
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0041.xml
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Buick Motor
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Buick Motor
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0042.xml
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Teen Time
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ON GOD: "I really don’t believe in God. It's not that it seems old-fashioned or anything, it’s just too fantastic, just too much. This age is so scientific. There just doesn't seem to be room for God.” —Ivy Strick, 13 ON ADULTS:
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TEEN TIME AS VIEWED FROM BEYOND
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Life, Death and Dancing: a Buffalo Shindig
Some accidentals and grace notes; now let the theme unfold
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Gregory Corso
The man who designed Washington, D.C., a Frenchman, Pierre Charles L’Enfant, had his plan used as a model for Buffalo, New York State’s second largest city. Its streets are wide; its houses stately; and 400,000 elm trees pylon them . . . and at present many are afflicted with Dutch elm disease.
Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0044.xml
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36,37,102,104,105
TEEN TIME AS VIEWED FROM BEYOND
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Hair!
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Alice Glaser
<p>For girls, the operative word is “Do,” making “How do you do?” inadequate as a query and incursing probable phrases like “How do you do your Do?” into what used to be our language. Magazines like Hair Do, Hair Charm, Hair Beauty, Hairstyle Glamour, Hair Set, and Hair Jet (for the Negro market) examine the subject thoroughly at thirty-five to fifty cents a copy, explaining just how to achieve the Beatle Do, the Gentled Oval, even “The Forties Look, Alice Faye in those great film musicals you know of by way of television.”</p>
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38,39,108
TEEN TIME AS VIEWED FROM BEYOND
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The Big Noise
This is an electric guitar; it makes the big noise; it also makes big money
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Peter Vanderwicken
On Manhattan’s West Forty-eighth Street, in one of a cluster of musical-instrument shops, a lanky, Beatle-browed high-school student named Tom Stanback leafs through a catalog of electric guitars. For the model he wants, which costs $175, there’s a threemonth wait for delivery, so he decides to think a while before buying another model.
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cartoon
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"We Gotta Curfew Around Here, Fella, and You Damn Well Better Have Her Back Here By Midnight Thursd
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0047.xml
article
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41,42,43
TEEN TIME AMONG THE TRADE
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Grown-ups À Go-go
They relate, pops, because they know what you don’t about acne cures, hubcaps, Animals (as opposed to animals) and such
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There are twelve adults in the photograph on the next two pages. They run American teen-agers. Their work helps determine what teen-agers say, think, wear, sing, do, and look like. Eugene Gilbert is the man sitting in the middle of the picture, holding a book, Advertising and Marketing to Young People, which he wrote.
Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0048.xml
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44,45
TEEN TIME
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What Are They Saying?
what's boss is bad, out of sight,
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Jim Wylie
Everyone knows America long ago survived the lovey-dovey antics of Amory Blaine. Even little Holden Caulfield, who was a pretty honest kid and all, couldn’t hold your attention forever, and yet Fitzgerald and Salinger, writing the first novelist’s book of adolescence and tender remembrance, touched us, and awakened, if only for a shameful, melancholy instant, the peculiarly suspended afternoon poignancy of lost adolescence.
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46,47
TEEN TIME
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Where Are They Going?
To boss places in these forty-three cities, so as to neck, eat, buy, dance— all to the tune of their favorite radio station
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1. Honolulu, Hawaii radio: K-POI; Steve Nicolet parking: Tantalus Drive drive-in: Kapiolani Drive Inn, on Ala Moana hot rods: Kupacha Racing Parts, South King Street tuff* clothes**: Reyn’s Men’s Wear, Inc. dancing: Peppermint Mist, on Ala Moana, Fridays, rock and roll, soft drinks
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TEEN TIME
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What They Eat
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Two square meals at home, another at school, and this. Almost without variation from coast to coast, the ultimate teen snack is a hamburger, Coke and French fries. Ideally, it is consumed in a car with a member of the opposite sex in the next seat or, at least, in the next parking slot.
Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0051.xml
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TEEN TIME AS VIEWED FROM BEYOND
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And This, Dear God, Is What They Read
"Doris Day and Elizabeth Taylor fight over Elvis, while Dick Chamberlain says decent girls are dull. Jackie to be fifth Beatle, and how does Ringo feel? Exclusive!” Exclusive is right—of fact, that is. But these are the great (un)truths that teen-agers buy and believe
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Dixie Dean Harris
About five months after I had joined Country Wide Publications as an associate editor and writer for Movie TV Secrets, Inside Movie, and True Movie, the editor, David Myers, called me into his office to see a photograph that had just come in.
Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0052.xml
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52,53,110,111
FEATURES
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The Day the King of Swing Met the Beatles
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Rachel Goodman
<p>"You better not eat too much, girls; it might all come up tonight.” So my sister Benjie and I had only fruit salad for dinner, and our father, who hadn’t quite been joking, had a piece of melon. “I’ll tell you one thing,” he said to no one in particular, “I’m not exactly looking forward to the shindig this evening.”</p>
Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0053.xml
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54,55,56,57
PARENT-CUM-TEEN TIME
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Familial Colloquies
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0054.xml
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58,59,60,61,109,110
TEEN TIME AS VIEWED FROM BEYOND
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The Colder Children
They know that they are cool and that the rest of the world stinks. That’s called “existentialism” by the little girl in the duffle coat
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Sally Kempton
The real teen-age King of Hip, if he exists at all, will have to remain uncelebrated in these pages. He is probably sitting right now in his bedroom in the Bronx, listening to his Archie Shepp tapes and distilling LSD from the materials in his little brother’s chemistry set.
Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0055.xml
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TRAVEL
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From America with Love
Our gift to the world: 150,000 students a year, traveling with light hearts, eager minds and the usual outflow of gold
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Richard Joseph
It could be that one reason why it’s hard to find the formerly typical clean-cut, square-jawed, crew-cropped, one-hundred-percent American, 4-H Club and Y.M.C.A. teen-agers these days is that so many of them are away. Despite the fearful mess their elders have made of the world, they’ve retained enough curiosity about it to want to spend their summers learning European languages by living with European families, camping on the hillsides overlooking Norwegian fjords, sailing the Kattegat in rescue ships off the west coast of Sweden, bicycling through the English countryside, making pilgrimages to Catholic shrines in Spain, and peering through the barbed wire at Arab machine guns in Israeli kibbutzim.
Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0056.xml
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cartoon
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“I'm Glad Your Grades Have Improved, Peters, and That You’ve Finally Licked That Drinking Problem."
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0057.xml
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cartoon
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"So You’re Paula’s Young Man—i'm Daddy-o.”
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0058.xml
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65,68,113,114
TEEN TIME AMONG THE TRADE
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In the Time It Takes You To Read These Lines the American Teenager Will Have Spent $2,378.22
Thus, for the American merchant, there’s no such thing as a bad boy
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Grace Hechinger
Fred M. Hechinger
<p>The teen-age market will soon be as outdated as the twist, as old hat as James Dean. Sociologists and newspapers will, of course, still talk about it as if it were a live phenomenon. It will take them a while to catch up with reality. A few hip commentators have already caught on to the extent of calling it the youth market—but that’s on the way out, too.</p>
Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0059.xml
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66,67
TEEN TIME
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The Affluent Teen— and It's All His
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0060.xml
article
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69,70,71,102
TEEN TIME AS VIEWED FROM BEYOND
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The Boy Scouts (The Boy Scouts???)
Right. The Boy Scouts. They’ve changed, too
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Christopher Davis
<p>"The Scout” is an over-life size bronze by R. Tait McKenzie. He modeled the original statue on which this one is based in 1914. The figure stands slouched but ready, unmilitary, good-looking—the type of idealized American boy—in front of National Headquarters, Boy Scouts of America, a few miles east of New Brunswick on Route 1 in New Jersey.</p>
Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0061.xml
article
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72,74,111
FICTION
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Going to See George
A fun-loving, teen-age murder: blood on the highway and, of course, no prayer
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Glendon Swarthout
We're all hairs in a hairy world. Hold that thought. For example, what a weird night. When did they drop the routine about how the future belongs to you, graduates, so get out there and fight-fight? Our prize was a pep talk on culture. The U.S. is having a cultural renaissance—reading more books and buying more paintings and listening to more classical music—so while you’re grabbing the future and exploding the population, class, also read and appreciate art and keep that stereo hot.
Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0062.xml
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cartoon
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"Please Forgive Our Denny—he’s at the Holden Caulfield Age When They Think We’re All Phonies.”
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0063.xml
article
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75,112,113
TEEN TIME AMONG THE TRADE
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Oh Dad, Poor Dad, Junior’s Doubled Our Car Payments and I'm Feelin’ So Sad
Try to adjust to the era of the fourteen-year-old car buyer
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Diana Bartley
The favorite pajamas of one four-year-old Detroiter have cars printed all over them. “Thizziza Sting Ray and thizziza Ferrari and thizziza Maserati,” the little boy says, without prompting and quite often, as he pokes a finger into various parts of his anatomy.
Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0064.xml
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76,77
TEEN TIME
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Tuff Wheels
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At least twenty basic teen needs go unfulfilled in standard automobiles. But here, finally, is a car made to support the kind of life teens want to lead in transit. “You go out to park, and those bucket seats make things all difficult,” says a sixteen-year-old.
Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0065.xml
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78,108
FICTION
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Brazzaville Teenager
A warm and wholesome story of a boy and his dad, Little Sigmund and the Flipouts, and some other things hard to describe
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Bruce Jay Friedman
<p>He had always felt that perhaps a deathbed scene would unite them; he and his father would clutch at each other in a sicklied fusion of sweetness and truth, the older man dropping his lifelong cool, finally spilling the beans, telling Gunther what it was all about, philosophy, stories of extramarital rascality, the straight dope on how much dough he had to the penny, was mom any good in the hay.</p>
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The Image Makers
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Nothing perfect is made without much labor. It may not seem to you that John Andrea, Freddie and The Dreamers are perfect (you may not even have heard of them), but everybody admits that Frank Sinatra’s perfect and even he, long ago, needed the machinery of publicity, the fan clubs, the item planters, the riot arrangers.
Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0067.xml
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80,81,118,120
THE IMAGE MAKERS
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The Image Polished
It was like with Fabian—this kid had something. What?
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Peter Bart
<p>"Like I’m sort of a protégé. I mean, Marcucci knows what he’s after and a lot of things about me had to be changed. The name, John Andrea, sounds a lot better than John D’Andrea. And take the way I used to walk. The toes straight out. And slouched up.</p>
Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0068.xml
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82,83,114,115,117
THE IMAGE MAKERS
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The Image in the Marketplace
These kids have something too—like an agent who’ll sell it
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Elaine Dundy
<p>Connie De Nave—soft brown eyes, jet-black hair, late twenties, Press Agent Extraordinary for most of those teen-age thrills, those quintets of electrically wired, Puritanically clothed young men who skip about harmonizing their version of hillbilly for fantastic sums —is the embodiment of the hard sell.</p>
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84,85
THE IMAGE MAKERS
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Iii. the Idol Remembered
This kid (well, he was a kid once) had everything, including the oldest permanently established fan club in the Western World. He’s still got it
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I feel very honored to write about our “Frank Sinatra Fan Club.” As I said on the phone, I am very worried about all the illness at home, but I’ll do my best. I’ve been a fan of Frank’s ever since the early Forties. At first I belonged to a Club in Staten Island, then the Philly Club.
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86,87,88,89
TEEN TIME
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As They See Themselves
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John Gossage
It's not the way you think. Teen-agers, for all their enthusiastic worship of idols, for all their frugging and hot-rodding, have few delusions of grandeur. Instead, there is a lot of boredom. How would you and the wife like to spend an evening hanging out at the candy store? The kids don’t really dig it either.
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TEEN TIME AMONG THE TRADE
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Beach-blanket Babies
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High on a hill in the exclusive Trousdale district of Los Angeles lives James H. Nicholson, President and coproprietor of American International (“Beach-Party Gang”) Pictures. His living-room sofa is in the form of a gigantic semicircle, and at the push of a button it turns around.
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WEARABLES
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Don't Act Your Age
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100
PERLUSTRATION
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A Last Word
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T.A.M.
Teen-agerism, considered as a disease, actually afflicts only a small percentage of those between ("twixt") twelve and twenty. The sufferers are easily recognized—they are the professional teen-agers who perform as cultists, predictably: those, for example, who rejoice to scream at the appearance on any stage of any long-haired dolt, or those, described elsewhere in this issue by Sally Kempton, who, scornful alike of the screamer and the scream, maintain their cool and evolve a mystique of a wholly different kind, equally remote and equally feebleminded.
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Seagram-distillers Company
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SEAGRAM-DISTILLERS COMPANY
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0075.xml
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102
cartoon
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"Johnny, We're Going to Have to Go Even Steadier!"
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103
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Gentlemen’s Quarterly
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Gentlemen’s Quarterly
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0077.xml
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104
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Coronet Films
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CORONET FILMS
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104
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105
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Gordon's Dry Gin Co. Ltd.
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GORDON'S DRY GIN CO. LTD.
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107
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Advertisement: Esquire Books
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ESQUIRE BOOKS
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109
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Renfield Importers, Ltd.: Martini & Rossi
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RENFIELD IMPORTERS, LTD.
MARTINI & ROSSI
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110
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Advertisement: Esquire
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ESQUIRE
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0083.xml
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111
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J. M. Mccunn & Co., Inc.
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J. M. McCUNN & CO., INC.
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ESQUIRE
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0085.xml
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112
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Relax-a-cizor
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Relax-A-cizor
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112
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Eastman Kodak Company
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0087.xml
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113
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Eastman Kodak Company: Kodak Carousel Projector
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
KODAK CAROUSEL Projector
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0088.xml
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115
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Fiat Motor Company, Inc.
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FIAT MOTOR COMPANY, INC.
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115
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Scott Publications
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SCOTT PUBLICATIONS
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0090.xml
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116
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Yamaha International Corporation: Rotary Jet 80
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YAMAHA INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION
Rotary Jet 80
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117
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Advertisements
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0092.xml
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119
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Carlsberg Agency, Inc.
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CARLSBERG AGENCY, INC.
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cartoon
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"I Think You Will Like This Brand—it's for a Thinking Man!"
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FILMS
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The Greatest Story Ever Badly Told
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DWIGHT MACDONALD
It seems to be impossible for this Christian civilization to make a decent movie about the life of its founder. From DeMille's sexy-sacred epics—too bad those temple prostitutes were pagan—up to the film under present consideration, George Stevens' The Greatest Story Ever Told, they have all been, as art or as religion, indecent.
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121
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Vescony, Inc.: Vespa
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Vescony, Inc.
Vespa
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122
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General Wine and Spirits Co.: Myers Rum
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GENERAL WINE AND SPIRITS CO.
Myers Rum
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0097.xml
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122
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Oxford House
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Oxford House
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122
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122
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Rainbow Room
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Rainbow Room
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123
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Advertisements
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Talking Shop
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VIRGINIA REILLY
All items shown on these pages may be purchased by writing to sources indicated. Editorial prices include postage unless otherwise stated. With the exception of personalized items, merchandise may be returned for refund if unsatisfactory.
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Advertisements
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126
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Advertisement: Esquire
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ESQUIRE
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Esquire_19650701_0064_001_0105.xml
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127
127
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Hiram Walker Importers Inc.: Canadian Club
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HIRAM WALKER IMPORTERS INC.
CANADIAN CLUB
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128
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Rudofker: After Six
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RUDOFKER
after Six
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