Also coverlined "The Big Poster Hang-Up -- Walls and Walls of Expendable Art." Not sure if that means they're included, or a topic, but this book also features 1) an ad for Naugahyde, starring the Nauga (that really was a thing!); 2) a feature on Birdie Tebbetts for you vintage-baseball fans; and of course 3) the first of a two-parter on the Mob in America, which itself boasts a cartoon map of the Mafia's reach, profiles on various Mafiosi, and what you might call a scathing architecture review of "Richie the Boot"'s garish manse in Livingston, NJ...just two towns over from where this correspondent grew up.
The magazine is not in great condition -- someone clearly returned to the Mob piece repeatedly, as some of those pages have small tears at the page-turn point; and the corners of the covers are creased. But the staples are holding steady; there's not much page toning; and if you're a heritage-ad collector, this one's a beaut.