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    Motion Picture Magazine Lot (M.P. Publishing Co., September, 1917). Magazines (3) (Multiple Pages, 9.5' X 12.5" and 9.25' X 12.25"). Miscellaneous.
    Movie fan magazine lot includes September, 1917, issue of Motion Picture Classic with cover portrait of June Caprice by Leo Sielke Jr. and two issues of Movie Weekly (March 3 and November 10, 1923). Great scarce full page photos of Julian Eltinge, Billie Burke, Jane Cowl, Charles Ray, Ann Pennington, and more. Articles include "Filmdom's Littlest Star (Little Miss Sunshine)," "Should Screen Stars Indulge in Trial Marriages," "Will Fur Fly When Two Mrs. Valentinos Meet?," "Who is the Most Popular Girl in Hollywood?," and more, plus news, gossip, reviews and many, many photos. Average unrestored magazines that may have tears, paper loss, and general age wear, as well as brittleness, insect damage, some color fading, stains, tape, or tape stains. They may be in need of restoration. Please see full-color, enlargeable image below for more details. Good+.


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    18th Sunday
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