The New Yorker Magazine, March 26, 1938, complete issue in gorgeous shape, as-new. Adolph K. Kronengold did the cover. This issue contains the first publication of the Dorothy Parker poem, "Threat to a Fickle Lady," and more. The pages are crisp and clean, bright white without a hint of foxing or any other staining, no writing, no creases, nothing missing, tight to the staples. Strictly graded Near Mint; it is in extraordinary shape, put away when brand new (along with many others we have) by an obsessive New Yorker collector from whom we acquired it, untouched since new until now. We have many other beautiful New Yorkers online now so please take a look.