SEE, Volume 9, Number 1, January, 1950

New York: See Publishing Company, Inc., 1950. Magazine. 50 pages plus covers. Format is 10.25 inches by 13 inches. Cover has small edge tears and chips. Other minor edge tears. Advertisements/illustrations. Some page discoloration. Cover has a provocative picture of Mary Collins and text about articles by Cecil Brown entitled "Will There Always be an England?" and by Edwin J. Lukas "Can Psychiatry Prevent Crime?" Mary Collins was described as "20, is an auburn-haired green-eyed colleen from Nederland, Texas. ...Just five and a half feet high, shed boasts a 36" bust, 23-in. waist and 35-in. hips. She left college and the Lone Star State to model in New York." Mary has entered six beauty contests and won all six. This appears to be a somewhat demur 'girlie' magazine with a lot of photos of girls/women as drum majorettes, swimmers, models, etc. Condition: Good.

Keywords: Cecil Brown, Mary Collins, Edwin Lukas, England, Crime, Psychiatry, Drum Majorettes, Bull-wrestler, Eugene Fodor, Iron Curtain, Artist Model, Be-Bop, Reamer Keller, Miss Cheesecake, Betty Henderson, Mental Illness, Mike Todd, Terry Duhain, Milo Barus

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Price: $45.00

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