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The front pastedown has a color illustration of fruit and the following blank leaf has another illustration that appear to be pasted in by a previous owner. Still, the binding is bright and the text is clean. A very good copy. Bookseller Inventory Book Description Roe Brothers, Philadelphia, Condition: Fair.

Half brown cloth with marbled paper boards.

Bottom spine label missing and top spine label coming loose. Rear board rubbed with hole in cloth in rear hinge. Small label on front pastedown.

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Up to p. Dampstained bottom corners to frontispiece and title page and dampstains and rough edges to pp. But Jiaravanon swooped in with strong unsolicited interest at the eleventh hour. He was introduced to Murray last month by a mutual acquaintance, and before long, intermediaries had flown out to New York to start negotiating.

Fortune and Time are both on the hunt for new digs. A more thorough staff meeting addressing the sale is being planned for next week. Having suffered the same advertising and newsstand declines as the rest of the industry, Fortune has had to diversify its revenue in recent years, and from a business standpoint, its events division is seen as a major bright spot.


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Issues The leather-bound volumes originally offered for sale by the publisher encompass the years Although it was conceived and prepared while financial times appeared stable, Fortune Magazine was first published soon after the market crash in by Time Magazine co-founder Henry Luce. Luce made a conscious effort to make the magazine as majestic and beautiful as he felt possible.

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Much of what we take for granted in present day business and corporate news reporting was pioneered in Fortune Magazine. Everything in the magazine was served to its loyal subscription base newsstand sales were considered a bonus like a sumptuous meal. Start with a beautifully designed cover.

Add in a short section of classy advertising.

GREAT FORTUNES; HOW THEY ARE MADE ; Illustrated in the career of eight hundred successful folks.

Feed on a main course of multiple feature stories interestingly unrelated to the subject on the cover. Then, finish with another final passage of advertising. This was Fortune Magazine for at least its first years.

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It chronicles the covers of Fortune Magazine from its inception to My thanks goes to both Steven Heller and Roger Reed for helping me determine this information. The other important item missing from the Gibbs book is at least a mention of the pre-production prototype issue produced in September and labeled as Volume 1 Number 0.

This dummy issue has rarely been showcased before. Artist: Stark Davis. The first stab at what Fortune Magazine should be was in the form of a prototype above utilizing the masthead and double-framed composition designed by art director and acclaimed artist T. Cleland concept sketch of first Fortune Magazine cover. Lloyd-Smith in turn named T. Cleland as designer. The added tidbit to the story is that Cleland did the sketch — remarkably true to the actual first issue cover — upside down so he could present his concept without Lloyd-Smith having to turn it around or rise from his seat to appreciate it.

The first issue of Fortune Magazine. Artist: T. Artist: Unknown anyone have any thoughts as to who designed cover No. As promised, the following images are the complete contents of the Fortune Magazine September prototype.