The New Yorker Magazine, December 19 1942, the complete issue in gorgeous shape. Garrett Price illustrated the cover. This issue includes the first publication of the Irwin Shaw story "Welcome to the City, " gorgeous vintage print ads and more. The pages are crisp and clean, bright white without a hint of foxing or any other staining, no odors, no creases, nothing missing, tight to the staples, with a small "9" in ink at the top left corner of the front cover. Strictly graded Fine; it was put away when brand new (along with many others we have) by an obsessive New Yorker collector from whom we acquired it, almost untouched since new until now.
We have many other New Yorker issues from this once-in-a-lifetime collection, so if there is one you want that you don't see in our listings yet, please let us know. The images we use in our listings are of the actual magazine offered for sale, we never use stock photos.