Town & Country Magazine, September (Sept.) 1952, Vol. 106, No. 4360 - Special St. Louis Issue


188 pages. Cover illustration by Lawrence Smith Beall of outdoor ballet at the St. Louis Municipal Opera Theatre. Features: Nice colour Lincoln ad inside front cover features a cream-colored two-door with black roof and red interior; Many pages of gorgeous fashion ads with color and black and white photos; The Story of St. Louis - article with photo of the Joseph Pulitzer IV family, Mrs. Warren Shapleigh and daughters, guests at the home of Joseph L. Werner, and more; Years of the Prophet (The Veiled Prophet Ball) - article with photos of Susie Slayback, Mrs. Oscar H. Vieths, Alice Busch, Mary Virginia Collins, Rosalie McRee and Mary Kennard Wallace; Fair Saint Louisans - fashion photos of Mrs. Henry Rand, Mrs. H. Hanford Smith, Jr., Carol Moon GardnerMrs. Rumsey Ewing, Mr. and Mrs. John Peil, Mrs. Eugene F. Williams, Jr.(the former Evelyn Niedringhaus), Jane Genry Shelton, Sally Shepley, Mrs. J.H. Howe III, Marty Marion of the St. Louis Browns with Mrs. Edward Bakewell Jr., Mrs. Theodore P. Desloge, Mrs. Thomas Pettus with sons Peter and Teddy, Mrs. Russell Lortz, Mrs. John Brodhead, Jr., Mrs. David Calhoun, Mrs. James Hudson Jones (formerly Mary Elizabeth Robertson), Mrs. Jackson Johnson III, and Mrs. Elzey M. Roberts, Jr.; Music in the Missouri Air; Citadel of Art; 23 Westmoreland Place - photos of the residence of Mr. and Mrs. H.B. Mathews, Jr., built by architect G.E. Henderson; Selma Hall (photos); Age of Fable; Fashion photos of the Baronessa De Reutern Aloisi and Contessa Simonetta Visconti, Principessa Lola Giovannelli, and Comtesse Nicolas Cziraky; Paris fashion photos; Photos from the third annual Belmont Ball and a party for Richard Rodgers; St. Louis Fare; September fashion photos; Photos of the Cleveland ball for Beth Wagley, daughter of Mrs. John S. Lucas; several pages of high-end real estate listings, and more. Page 57 nearly loose, otherwise unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy of this stunning snapshot of high society in 1952 St. Louis.

Title: Town & Country Magazine, September (Sept.) 1952, Vol. 106, No. 4360 - Special St. Louis Issue

Author Name: Mitchell, Shirley Cook; Van Ravenswaay, Charles; Ruhl, Margaret Allen; Sherman, Thomas B.; Rathbone, Perry T.; Saal, Hubert; Ruch, Helen Rose; Scannell, Loretta, G.

Categories: Fashion, Magazine Back Issues, Photography,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, The Hearst Corporation: 1952

Binding: Single Issue Magazine

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 417H2854

Keywords: Town & Country Magazine, September (Sept.) 1952, Vol. 106, No. 4360 St. Louis Saint Missouri MO Lincoln Joseph Pulitzer IV family, Mrs. Warren Shapleigh and daughters, guests at the home of Joseph L. Werner, and more; Years of the Prophet (The Veiled Prophet Ball) - article with photos of Susie Slayback, Mrs. Oscar H. Vieths, Alice Busch, Mary Virginia Collins, Rosalie McRee and Mary Kennard Wallace; Fair Saint Louisans - fashion photos of Mrs. Henry Rand, Mrs. H. Hanford Smith, Jr., Carol Moon GardnerMrs. Rumsey Ewing, Mr. and Mrs. John Peil, Mrs. Eugene F. Williams, Jr.(the former Evelyn Niedringhaus), Jane Genry Shelton, Sally Shepley, Mrs. J.H. Howe III, Marty Marion of the St. Louis Browns with Mrs. Edward Bakewell Jr., Mrs. Theodore P. Desloge, Mrs. Thomas Pettus with sons Peter and Teddy, Mrs. Russell Lortz, Mrs. John Brodhead, Jr., Mrs. David Calhoun, Mrs. James Hudson Jones (formerly Mary Elizabeth Robertson), Mrs. Jackson Johnson III, and Mrs. Elzey M. Roberts, Jr.; Music in the Missouri Air; Citadel of Art; 23 Westmoreland Place - photos of the residence of Mr. and Mrs. H.B. Mathews, Jr., built by architect G.E. Henderson; Selma Hall (photos); Age of Fable; Fashion photos of the Baronessa De Reutern Aloisi and Contessa Simonetta Visconti, Principessa Lola Giovannelli, and Comtesse Nicolas Cziraky; Paris fashion photos; Photos from the third annual Belmont Ball and a party for Richard Rodgers; St. Louis Fare; September fashion photos; Photos of the Cleveland ball for Beth Wagley, daughter of Mrs. John S. Lucas,