The New Yorker May 24, 1947 - 100 complete pages. Cover by Witold Gordon - Cheney Bros. by Pachuer - Henri Bendel by C. Ross. Steuben glass - Abecrombie & Fitch - Debutante by DAggett & Ramsdell - Lincoln ad - Duncan glass figurines.
This wonderful issue is loaded with great articles, and vintage advertising. Some of the ad's and artists are listed above.
Witold Gordon (1880s-1968) was known for his illustrations, which appeared in magazines like Vanity Fair, Vogue and The New Yorker (for which he executed eight covers, from 1944-48). He was also a well-known mural painter in the 1930s, having decorated several rooms at Radio City Music Hall and the RCA (now GE) Building in Manhattan.