- Fine uninterrupted run, with the following defects: wrappers occas. sl./ trifle duststained along margins and spine occas. sl. worn; (traces of) address in pencil on some frontwrs.; 4 vols. lack backwrapper (year 4/5 no.2, 3, 4 and year 6, no.2); year 4/5: no.12 tears in backwr.; year 6: no.4 frontwr. dam. in upper right corner and loose; year 7: no.1, p.26/ 27 sl. traces of sticking together; no.2 backwr. loosening and with closed tears; no.4 backwr. tears at spine and chipped in lower margin; year 8: no.4 sm. (closed) tear in frontwr.; no.7/8 spine worn and backwr. loosening; no.9 sm. dam. spot and sm. vague stain on frontwr.; no. 11/12 most leaves sl. dam. in upper left corner.
= Interesting magazine, edited by i.a. M. ter Braak (until 1932), J. Ivens, H. Scholte and C. van Wessem. Nice (photomontage) wrapper designs by i.a. Paul Schuitema (all 12 issues of year 4) and Cas Oorthuys (all issues of year 7 and 8). Maan, Paul Schuitema visual organiser: "The Rotterdam Filmliga occupied an important place in the cultural life of the city around 1930. The Dutch Film Liga had been set up in 1927 as a result of the ban on showing the Russian film The Mother by the Russian avant-garde filmmaker Pudovkin in public. The Dutch filmmaker Joris Ivens therefore ran the film at three private showings in Amsterdam. A month later, the Amsterdam Filmliga was an accomplished fact." SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE VII.