Found in a box upstairs
This is a gorgeous magazine cover from 1932. Interestingly, there is a letter in the letters section ("Vox Pop") that is about the magazine's covers. Here is what it says:
"New York, N.Y.--Just looked over a number of Libertys issued during the past three months. The covers on them are G-R-E-A-T! Keep it up! Gonna use 'em as wall paper. Never saw a flock of such pretty dames--brick tops, brunettes, or the kind gentlemen (like me) prefer, whether peroxide, platinum, or natural blondes.
"Not one of those babies has a ring on the third finger. Hope you show more blondes.
"The covers make Liberty worth a jit.
-- Justa Mere Male!"