ESQUIRE September 1962 JULIE NEWMAR ALAN KING Gloria Steinem William F. Buckley

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Seller: Top-Rated Seller moremagazines ✉️ (52,184) 99.8%, Location: Pensacola, Florida, US, Ships to: WORLDWIDE, Item: 334212687484 ESQUIRE September 1962 JULIE NEWMAR ALAN KING Gloria Steinem William F. Buckley. SEE BELOW for MORE MAGAZINES' Exclusive, detailed, guaranteed content description!* With all the great features of the day, this makes a great birthday gift, or anniversary present! Careful packaging, Fast shipping, and EVERYTHING is 100% GUARANTEED. TITLE: ESQUIRE ["The Magazine for Men" -- Including all the great writers, illustrators, pictorials, vintage advertisements, fashion and more! -- See FULL contents below!] ISSUE DATE: September 1962; VOLUME LVIII NO. 3 WHOLE NO. 346 CONDITION: LARGE magazine, Approx 10½" X 13½". COMPLETE and in clean, VERY GOOD condition. (See photo) IN THIS ISSUE: [Use 'Control F' to search this page. MORE MAGAZINES' exclusive detailed content description is GUARANTEED accurate for THIS magazine. Editions are not always the same, even with the same title, cover and issue date.] This description copyright MOREMAGAZINES. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 COVER: JULIE NEWMAR'S College Ditties. CAMPUS SUPPLIMENT: SING ALONG WITH JULIE NEWMAR: Words and music, and inspiration. [And some GREAT photos -- SEE BELOW for a SAMPLE -- there are MORE!] THE STUDENT PRINCE: Five rules for ready accession by Robert Benton & Gloria Steinem. CAMPUS CONFIDENTIAL: AN UNDERGROUND ATLAS: With this, the road -- and the stops -- are yours. INSTANT SUCCESS: It's not a matter of school or of degree, but of formula. BUG OUT!: If your world gets too much for you, these six others can replace it pro-tem. PERSONALITY: KNIBERG IN THE CRABGRASS: ALAN KING: the grass is always greener when it's lettuce by Norman Wilner. ("Alias Alan King, suburban Comic. Successful? His shoes cost eight bucks a toe.") ARTICLES: THE END OF WHITTAKER CHAMBERS: It came at a time when he felt free at last by William F. Buckley, Jr. THE MORAL DISARMAMENT OF BETTY COED: The route of the contraceptive revolution by . THE WAR THINKERS: They're academic strategists and their role is the future by Joseph Kraft. SMILE!: Wanted: some new tigresses who know what teeth are made for by William K. Zinsser. THE AMERICAN CAR: CIRCA 1967: The dream is not a dream to the designer: it's a job by Diana Bartley. HARLEM FOR FUN: The new people seek loyland in an old world by Gay Talese. FICTION: I LOOK OUT FOR ED WOLFE: He almost believed an orphan doesn't have to bother with love by Stanley Elkin. WELCOME TO THE PICNIC: In the end, they went down smiling by James Spackey. PICTURED ESSAY:TWO CHEFS WHO EAT THEIR OWN COOKING: With recipes of foods that Ben Somoroff liked best. SELF-PORTRAITS: A drawing and a short interview each: JEAN COCTEAU and JEROME WEIDMAN. WEARABLES: THE BASIC COLLEGE WARDROBE: Checklist for a freshman. which he can follow to the end. FASHIONABLE MAN ON CAMPUS: At first he prefers the conservative so he won't look like a freshman. THE RELAXED SOPHOMORE: Having passed the test of uniformity, he's ready for the informal course. THE EXPERIMENTAL JUNIOR: At this point, the informal is not enough: it must also be the new. THE URBANE SENIOR: It's the outlook that counts now: tomorrow is another world. THE POSTGRADUATE: Youthfulness is still a consideration, tempered by fashion trends in general. RICHARD JOSEPH'S TRAVEL NOTES: A rundown on shopping so the traveler will have time for other things. THE CONNOISSEUR S EUROPE: The fine-arts market is at its best in the fall Richard Joseph . DEPARTMENTS: Publisher's Page: ON FICTION ;THE SOUND AND THE FURY ;BACKSTAGE WITH ESQUIRE ;FILMS: Dwight Macdonald ;RECORDINGS: Martin Mayer ;BOOK REVIEWS: Dorothy Parker ;SPORTS: Robert Daley. CREDITS: Julie Newmar's Tennis outfit on the front cover, her football jersey on pane 91, and the bathing suit on page 93 all come from the Brooks Costume Co. Her shoes, on page 90, are courtesy of I. Miller; the raccoon coat on page 92 is from Helen Virginia Mover. The photograph of Johnny Apple on page 88 is from Bachrach. FULL PAGE vintage ADS include: MOVIE AD: ONE TWO THREE from Billy Wilder; MORE Use 'Control F' to search this page. * NOTE: OUR content description is GUARANTEED accurate for THIS magazine. Editions are not always the same, even with the same title, cover and issue date. This description copyright MOREMAGAZINES. 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Careful packaging, Fast shipping, and EVERYTHING is 100% GUARANTEED. Condition: Very Good, Condition: * * SEE BELOW for MORE on CONDITION and CONTENTS: Authors, illustrators, photos, subjects, ads, and MORE are listed in our exclusive *searchable* content descriptions! MORE MAGAZINES guarantees all content, condition, and fast, FREE delivery. 100% satisfaction GUARANTEED!, Country/Region of Manufacture: United States, Topic: Men's Interest, Publication Name: Esquire, Publication Frequency: Monthly, Features: Vintage, Publication Month: September, Publication Year: 1962, Type: Magazine, Language: English

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