An exceptional copy of HARLEM STORIES - Vol.1, No.1 (1932). Harlem Stories was a semi-pulp magazine edited for African-American audiences. The first issue dealt mostly with stage life and stage people, however with a few exceptions, the stories were primarily written by white writers. Most of the characters were too stereotypical, and the magazine folded after producing just two issues. Rare to the point of being unobtainable.