Item #008546 TNT by Tim N. Tut: The Biggest Little Magazine in the World -- Vol. I, No. 12 -- October 1924. H. A. Van Dusen, Vern F. Cox, F. K. Emich.

TNT by Tim N. Tut: The Biggest Little Magazine in the World -- Vol. I, No. 12 -- October 1924

Fresno, CA: T N T Publishing Co., 1924. Paperback. 96 p.: illustrations; 18 cm. Paperback with illustrated cover. "Tim's Film Review" and "Hollywood Follies" -- front cover. Produced by three men who served during World War One: H. A. Van Dusen, A. E. F.; Vern F. Cox, Hawaiian Service; and F. K. Emich, 91st Division. Contains contemporary humor and news with a focus on flappers, Hollywood, and Prohibition. Includes a brief comment on Ku Klux Klan activity in the western U.S. indicated by "KIGY" written in public locations, meaning "Klan I Greet You"; and a poem, Evolution by Marion Hamilton Wood, which begins "When you were a flapper and I was a sheik." Extremely scarce. In Fair+ Condition: cover is detached and separated along spine; page edges are browning; otherwise, clean and solid; front cover illustration is clean and bright. Fair +. Item #008546

Price: $65.00