Playboy June 1955 Issue - A Fusion of Art, Jazz, and Captivating Stories

June 28, 2023 in PlayBoy 50s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy June 1955 Issue

PLAYBOY's June 1955 issue is loaded with an eclectic array of content. The issue kicks off with John Collier's "In The Cards", an action-packed story. Jazz lovers will appreciate "All-Time All-Star Jazz Band" by Jack Tracy. If you’re looking for more action, "Successful Love" by Delmore Schwartz is a must-read. The magazine also indulges the taste buds with "The Cordial Cup of Coffee" by Thomas Mario. The issue wouldn’t be complete without ribald classics such as "The Costly Countess" by De Maupassant, as well as PLAYBOY’s party jokes. The visuals in this issue are captivating, with pictorials including "Eve" and "From Searle's Sketchbook". “Miss June”, Playboy's Playmate of the Month, graces the pages, alongside an array of other pictorials. For those into satire, Shepherd Mead's "Handling Your Ad Agency" offers a light-hearted take. The issue wraps up with the PLAYBOY’s Bazaar buying guide and an illustrators' show pictorial.

As far as we know, this issue of the magazine is available in PDF format for perusal purposes here.

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