CORONET Magazine (July 1954)
July 1954; Vol. 36, No. 3, Whole No. 213
Owned by Esquire, Inc.,
Published by David A. Smart 1936-1961
Vintage magazine from the 1950s
Esquire, Inc. Coronet was a general interest digest magazine published from October 1936, to March 1971 and ran for 299 issues. Each issue had a wide variety of articles & features, as well as a condensed book section. Poetry was featured, along with gift advice & star stories. The sister company Coronet Films was promoted in most issues as well. Articles on culture and the arts were mixed with adventure stories & social advice.
Articles & Information:
*A house detective tells what happens behind hotel doors (from the new book).
*The Buried Treasure of Oak Island (mystery).
*The story of an Ohio teacher who pioneered in teaching America's children.
*Nice article on Ozzie & Harriet Nelson and Ricky & family (5 pages).
*Does Chasity Make Sense?
*Goodbye to Rabies.
*The Shadow of a Soldier.
*Times Square, U.S.A. - a pictorial feature.
* and many more!
A bottom inch of the spine is missing and there are some mild creases and light foxing to the cover. About 5.5" X 7.5" Tall; with 200 pages. Color cover and many black & white photos inside.