Playboy Magazine July 1964 vol.11, no.7
July 1964... Click for larger.Weight ≈ 329g Cover
Cynthia Maddox photographed by Larry Gordon
cynthia madox adorns our cover for the fourth time and gives us a rabbit's-eye view of a great american naval engagement. one of the prettiest staffers to ever grace a magazine's masthead it's easy to see, by her fan mail, that she is, without-a-doubt, the most popular—as well as the most beautiful—assistant cartoon editor
A Toast to Melba
our versatile july playmate is an improbable amalgam of mannequin and meatcutter
Melba Ogle photographed by Mario Casilli
Salvador Dali interviewed by Sterling McIlany
a candid conversation with the flamboyant eccentric grand vizier of surrealism
BB: The Sex Kitten Grows Up by Andre Maurois with photography by Ghislain Dussart and Patrick Morin
flesh and fantasy—and intimate appraisal of, brigitte bardot, the gallic love goddess
Playmates Revisted - 1959
playboy encores it's sixth year of gatefold girls
Virginia Gordon, Eleanor Bradley, Audrey Daston, Nancy Crawford, Cindy Fuller, Marilyn Hanold Yvette Vickers, Clayre Peters,Marianne Gaba, Elaine Reynolds, Donna Lynn, Ellen Stratton
Articles and Features Playbill
Dear Playboy
Playboy After Hours - a guy's guide to what's hip and what's happening
The Playboy Advisor
by Vargas Playboy's International Datebook (travel) by Patrick Chase
The Playboy Philosophy Hugh M. Hefner
Playboy Interview: Salvador Dali (candid conversation)
John Grant's Little Angel (fiction) by Walt Grove
Beach Ball (modern living)
A New Chapter In The Human Comedy (fiction) by William Saroyan
Snobs' Guide To Status Cars (humor) by Dan Greenburg
New Under The Sun (attire) by Robert L. Green
Playboy's Party Jokes (humor) with LeRoy Neiman's Femlin
Sex And The Office (article) by Helen Gurley Brown
Swimming In Red Ink (humor) by Bernard Wolfe
High Spirits (drink) by Thomas Mario
Playing The Fields (quiz) by Norman Lobsenz
A Tribute To Al Zack (fiction) by Robert Cenedella
The Vargas Girl (pictorial) by Alberto Vargas
The Conquest Of A Clever Clerk (ribald classic)
Home (satire) by Jules Feiffer
It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Teevee Jeebies (satire) by Shel Silverstein
Little Annie Fanny (satire) by Harvey Kurtzman and Will Elder

Cynthia Maddox also appears on the cover of the February 1962, March 1963, February 1964, and April 1966 issues and in a non-nude pictorial in May 1962.
Melba Ogle appears in a pictorial in the December 1967 issue.
Chicago Magazine recreated this cover for it's July 2009 issue. More...

148 pages of period adverts, pin ups and articles with lots of quality photographs and illustrations.