The July 1955 issue of Playboy features an assortment of content, from fiction such as “The Crooked Coronet” by Michael Arlen and “A Steady, High-Type Fellow” by Herbert Gold, to satire “High, Proud Hills” by Ray Russell. Themed pictorials including “Man About the Beach” by Jack Cole and “Playboy’s Office Playmate” are captivating. There's also an intriguing article “A Vote for Polygamy” by Jay Smith, and ribald classic “A Suit for Damages” by Balzac. The issue is rounded out with Playboy’s Playmate of the Month - Miss July, along with party jokes and a buying guide.
As far as we know, this issue of the magazine is available in PDF format for perusal purposes here.