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Image of 10645-164-(A) - Clipping, Magazine; Article; John Falter; Offset Lithograph; Cosmopolitan

10645-164-(A) - Clipping, Magazine; Article; John Falter; Offset Lithograph; Cosmopolitan

Color offset lithograph on one sheet of white paper folded. Magazine clipping from Cosmopolitan featuring the story "Tales of Six Cities: II Sanctuary in Paris" by Paul Gallico with illustrations by John Falter. The front page is an article. The centerfold features an illustration of circus performers lined up against a tent wall. At the end of the line in the middle is a clown dressed as a hobo with large feet. Next to the clown is a woman with dark hair, dressed in short shorts and a brassiere. Next to the woman is a tall man with a stern expression on his face, dressed in a red guard's uniform. Facing the performers are police officers, holding nightsticks. One of the police officers is p

Image of 10645-321 - Proof, Printing; John Falter; Offset Lithograph

10645-321 - Proof, Printing; John Falter; Offset Lithograph

Color offset lithograph on white paper. Printing proof of a magazine illustration for the story "Tales of Six Cities; II: Sanctuary In Paris" by Paul Gallico. At the top reads "VIENNA * PRAGUE * " Below the headline is a line of circus performers against a red wall. Standing at the front of the line is a midget in a suit standing on a wooden crate and a man holding tall stilts shaped like legs, compete with mid-calf high plaid socks and brown shoes. In front of the crate are two white, circular dumbbells. Facing the performers are three police officers, holding nightsticks. One of the police officers is pacing along the bottom of the illustration. On the lower proper right side of the illustr

Image of 10645-322 - Proof, Printing; John Falter; Offset Lithograph

10645-322 - Proof, Printing; John Falter; Offset Lithograph

Color offset lithograph on white paper. Printing proof of a magazine illustration by John Falter for the story "Tales of Six Cities; II: Sanctuary In Paris" by Paul Gallico. At the top of the illustration reads "* LONDON * PARIS * BERLIN * ROME" Below the headline is a line of people standing against a red wall with circus posters hanging on it. At the end of the line in the middle is a clown dressed as a hobo with large feet. Next to the clown is a woman with dark hair, dressed in short shorts and a brassiere. Next to the woman is a tall man with a stern expression on his face, dressed in a red guard's uniform. Facing the line against the wall are two men in long coats and bowler hats. On t