Ballyhoo Magazine, February 1937. Hangover Number of the men's humor magazine, with a novelty cover reversing from a gentleman out at night to his suffering in the daylight the next morning. Featuring novelty articles ranging from Alice in Hangoverland, advice for hangover cures from Dr. D. T. Jitters, Wetiquette by Emily explaining correct glass for different types of cocktails, and more. Filled with risqué comics and cartoons of famous figures of the day, including a macabre two page spread illustration of Hitler dancing on stage with a globe with an audience of skeletons.
🥂 32 pgs, measures approx. 11.5" H x 8.5" W x 0.15" D. Decent condition - pages are toned, some light chipping to spine and edges with a closed tear on bottom edge, pencil marks to cover, rubbed back cover possibly from a removed sticker - see images for reference.