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Bound volume of 21 1920s magazines of nude women  

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Bound volumes of 21 photography magazines featuring the artistic nude


Various places


Late 1920s


21 magazines bound together in a single quarto volume. Profusely illustrated, largely female nude or semi-nude photographs. Original wrappers bound in. Period half leather and cloth.

Various titles but all of a similar theme focusing on attractive nude young women. Titles included: All Arts & Photos Portfolio (2 issues), Camera Art Photo Classics (6 issues), Edwin Bower Hesser's Arts Monthly Pictorial (3 issues), Hollywood Arts (1 issue), Dawn (3 issues), Best Arts Quarterly (2 issues), French Art (1 issues), French Models (1 issue), Screen Art Studies, (2 issues). Most published by the Dawn Magazine company. Bound incongruously at the end is an issue of Judge magazine from March 1928.

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Binding worn; pages trimmed, occasionally into the page number of end of text line; paper a bit browned; internally very good.

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