This is the fourth weekly issue of Midnight magazine, from September 9, 1922. This issue features an editorial by publisher Bernarr Macfadden on the unhealthiness of drunkenness, an expose of the KKK, an essay by New York mayor John F. Hylan, a story on the wickedness of Greenwich Village, and an interview with anarchist Emma Goldman on her ideas about free love. [May contain mature or controversial content.]
Contents of this Issue:
- The Morning After (Bernarr Macfadden)
- Untold Secrets of the Ku Klux Klan
- Why I Enjoy Being Mayor of New York (John F. Hylan)
- My Night at a Jungle Party
- How Wicked is Greenwich Village? (Richard Hoyt)
- The Monster
- Night Life in Old Boston
- What Happens When a Pretty Girl Stays in a Rooming House?
- Her Last Thrill!
- The Cheater’s Paradise
- What Emma Goldman Told Me About Love
- Who Has the Most Beautiful Shoulders on Broadway?
- Our Midnight Passengers
- Are You a Piker? (Edgar T. Stone)
- Charged With His Own Murder (Fulton Oursler)
- The Life Story of Veronica: Queen of New York’s Moulin Rouge
- Your Greatest Mystery Solved
Publisher: Midnight Publishing Company, Inc.
Editor: Bernarr Macfadden
Issue: Volume 1: Number 4; September 9, 1922
Size: 9-3/8″ x 12-3/8″
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