New York Mirror Magazine March 8, 1959 - Debbie Reynolds
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Prod. Code: 10
This wonderful vintage intact newspaper magazine has 15 numbered pages + the 2 covers. It is oversized in size, measuring 12 3/4 inches by 10 3/4 inches. On cover of this March 8 1959, issue is actress/singer Debbie Reynolds in a beautiful color full page picture. Not many of these thin news magazines survived through the years, so I would say this is rare. I have done searches for another on the WEB and have not yet found this one. The condition is very good plus.It is from a museum binder, so there are 2 very small binder holes in the far left margin of magazine, but this does not affect the great interest this magazine provides. You could still frame the cover and cut off that small left border, and the interior articles are not adversely affected, as you can read all the articles with only some minuscule letters left out where the 2 holes are.
These fun news magazines covered such topics as pictorial and written word on social news, often animal world, food, fashion, celebrity, and there's always the ads relative to the decade. Some of the articles within are (1) a 2-page B&W pictorial article on Debbie Reynolds titled "Debbie's Rebound from Heartbreak." (2) sort of a sociology/psychology article "Are You a Cog? Be a Wheel!"(3) A Gimbels Basement fashion ad: "New Spring fashions in Textured Rayon & Silk." (4) 2-page color photo article on "Blooms Can Make Rooms." and (5) "from the archives of crime" a true story: "It's Murder, Madam."
The old paper has good paper smell--unlike some vintage paper collectibles. It these are your interests, I think you will really enjoy collecting this hard-to-find magazine. The price you see above is total and includes free shipping within the USA by Priority Mail.