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Flynn's Weekly Detective Stories, April 1928

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I Found a little more about the cover art. It does not seem to be specifically about absinthe.

The tittle is "Woman with Overturned Bottle and Cigarette: by Legaren Hiller

 

http://www.artnet.com/artists/lejaren+%C3%A0-hiller/woman-with-overturned-bottle-and-cigarette-w0wSix3GFxymfIMo5r9cvg2

 

http://www.pulpartists.com/Hiller.html

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The Tittle was a great N.Y. Giants quarterback who played during the fifties and sixties.

 

Amended for accuracy's sake, luv. B)

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I Found a little more about the cover art. It does not seem to be specifically about absinthe.

 

That's a relief ... shot glass, indeed!

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I knew there had to be at least one downside to not arriving until '69.

I missed some great football.

 

But that is a vintage year, nonetheless... ;)

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And don't I know it. The first 2 numbers of my b-day are 6&9 too.

:dev-cheers:

 

Sounds like it'd be hard to know if you're coming or going...

 

(sorry, Abs, someone had to do it)

 

:laugh:

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I Found a little more about the cover art. It does not seem to be specifically about absinthe.

The tittle is "Woman with Overturned Bottle and Cigarette: by Legaren Hiller

I'm a fan of good tittles.

 

Found this:

 

FlynnsAbsinthewithphoto.jpg

 

Lejaren Hiller, photographer. Hiller’s pulp fiction covers were photographically based. Flynn’s Weekly Detective Fiction, “Absinthe,” with photo, n.d. c. 1925, Lejaren Hiller artist, Hiller Archive, Visual Studies Workshop. Courtesy Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester NY.

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