New York: Reporter Publications, 1953. Paperback in very good condition. Item #16925
Gentry was a men's high-fashion men's magazine published by William Segal with an editorial board headed by Christopher Fremantle; In addition to fashion, it includes articles on philosophy art culture and world religions; An elaborate element of the magazine is that in includes tipped-in cloth swatshes, art and greeting cards; Contents include 'An English Author's Impressions of New York by J.G. Bennett, A Japanese garden by Lafcadio hearn, De Motuis by John Collier, Physhiatry Looks at Madigliani by Felix Marti Ibenez, etc.; 148 pages.