Flight To Shannon Ireland Tourist Section Cosmopolitan Magazine 1958 Advertising

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This is a tourist section called Flight To Shannon, meaning Shannon, Ireland, from a 1958 Cosmopolitan magazine that could be mail ordered in 1958 as a reprinted travel guide to Ireland.

The magazine travel section has 8 pages and measures 11 1/4 inches high by 8 inches wide and is credited as a photo essay by Maxwell Coplan, text by Thomas Fleming.

The Irish tourist guide has these sub titles:
Green Uniformed Shamrock Girls

Both West and East Bound Flights

A "jog trot"

Irish Pubs

Hurling

Ireland's 800 rivers

Cliffs Oh Mohr

All Ireland is a stage

Shopkeeping is a family affair

Thatched Roofs

Quin Abbey

Bargains in Liquor, Cameras and Clothes

with photos of Frank Sinatra and Marilyn Monroe

There's something for everyone in Shannon's Crock Of Gold

It's a lot of fun to look through and has some great ads as well in great retro style. The magazine is in very good condition with the only flaw being some rough spots on the back, residue of being stuck in a scrapbook from long ago. In an archival sleeve.


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