Original color offset New Yorker cover for July 12, 1958. Golfing themed illustration by the graphics artist Rea Irvin (1881-1972). Irvin was the first employee hired by Harold Ross, founder of the magazine, and its de facto art director. Displayed in black wood molding, conservation matted, with ultraviolet conservation glass. Image, 11"H x 7.5"L. Includes all hardware and a certificate with background information about The New Yorker. Minor vertical fold in cover.
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