The National Police Gazette. Four issues, as below
The National Police Gazette. Four issues, as below
The National Police Gazette. Four issues, as below
The National Police Gazette. Four issues, as below

The National Police Gazette. Four issues, as below

New York: 1922-1925. Approx. 15¾" x 11", pp. [1]-16; (vol. CXXVI pp. [1]-24); 4 columns per page, central folds, numerous black and white photographic illustrations. Including, Vol. CXXI, no. 2366, Saturday, December 16, 1822; Vol. CXXV, no. 2463, Saturday, November 1, 1924; Vol. CXXV, no. 2469, Saturday, December 6, 1924; Vol. CXXVI, no. 2484, Saturday, March 21, 1925. American chorus beauties in row with British girls - quarrel taken to court; also features boxing, running, football, croquet, basketball, yachting, fencing, field hockey, whippet racing, horse races, golf, weight lifting, bike racing, tennis and netball; "Vanities" producer nabbed for showing girl pictures in lobbby - calls them "art"; cigarettes in tubes - new fad; numerous ads mainly tailored to beauty, sex, fashion, and medicinal cures. Commonly known as the Police Gazette, the publication served as a popular men's lifestyle magazine. Founded in 1845, the magazine had a good run until the Great Depression and apparently in later years, the U.S. Postal Service banned mail delivery due to its risque content. Aside from the pin-up style front cover photoshoots of models, many of the active sports photographs also featured women. Item #59211

Price: $125.00

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