Indicia: INTIMATE LOVE, a magazine published every other month and copyright 1950 by STANDARD MAGAZINES, INC., 10 East 40th Street, New York 16, N.Y. Subscription (12 issues) $1.20; single copies 10¢; foreign and Canadian postage extra. Application for second-class entry pending at the Post Office, New York, N.Y. In corresponding with this magazine, please be sure to include your local postal zone number, if any. Names of all characters used in cartoons, stories and articles are fictitious. If the name of any living person or existing institution is used, it is a coincidence. Manuscripts and drawings must be accompanied by a stamped, self-addressed envelope, and are submitted at the author's risk. No. 6, March, 1950. PRINTED IN THE U.S.A.
Half page, one panel filler illustrating a nautical song:
"Sailing in the boat when
the tide runs high,
Waiting for the pretty girl
to come by'm by:
Here she comes so
fresh and fair,
Sky-blue eyes and
Rosy in cheek, dimple
in her chin,
Lucky the sailor her
love to win!"
"edited by Martha Hale"; small color illustration in boxed header to article
first panel of story has credit box "Art by Severin and Elder"
This is a poem or song whose lyrics are illustrated with cowboy characters. The lyrics appear to be original, although there is a Scottish folk melody titled "Farewell, My Fancy."
text story with two large color illustrations at beginning and end
Pencils and/or inks appear to be by Wood. Unable to confirm.
8 panel filler story illustrating courtship and marriage rituals around the world
9 panel filler story on the real-life romance of English poets Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett