(4 1/8 x 5 7/8 In) This is an original vintage Johnson Publishing Co., Inc., HUE magazine Vol. 1, No. 14, July 28, 1954. The cover features a portrait of Paulette Easley, "Shapely dancer is serious, career-conscious when not before footlights." The main articles mentioned on the cover are , "Secret Moments of a Chorus Girl" and "Are Nude Models Bashful". The back advertises an article, "CRAZY SHOES SET A NEW FASHION TREND startling new innovations in women's footwear include leopard skin, tie-around house slippers. For more crazy shoes see inside." 66-Pages long, it features articles on African American news stories, pin-ups, advertisements and sensational photographs. Contents include:

  • Are Whites Accepting Brown Beauties
  • Top Ranking Black Military Officers
  • Boy Chefs
  • Black Ventriloquists 
  • Are Nude Models Bashful
  • Earl Hines Grooms a Singer
  • The Man Who Saves Marriages 
  • What Happened To Sunshine Sammy
  • Choir Singers Who Hit the Bigtime
  • Mr. Fixit
  • Crazy Shoes
  • First Skating Date For A Four Year Old
  • Secret Moments of a Chorus Girl
  • Everybody Sings in the Roberts Family
  • Love Dance in a Paris Cabaret
  • Joe Louis: Highest Paid Act in Show Business
  • The Girl Who Made Arthur Godfrey Cry
  • Harlem Kids in Wonderland

The magazine is in VERY GOOD condition, wear at the edges, blunted corner tips, a few minor creases and stains on cover. 

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