The definitive annotated and illustrated history of girlie periodicals (1958-1967) Volume IV concentrates on the emergence of California's specialty magazine industry and how it spawned the state's multi-billion dollar sex industry of today, but also includes fetish master Irving Klaw, the specialty magazines of England, an d concludes with Sweden and Denmark's emergence as the new powers in European publishing. Together with Volume III, Volume IV gives a complete picture of this fascinating decade of rapid social change, but also stands on its own, covering a distinctly different, more risqu? side of 1960s men's magazine publishing. Volume IV contains over 400 full color pages of magazine covers and interiors with well-researched text profiling important publishers and artists, individual magazines, and specialty magazine categories. This hardcover volume is an instant collectable and is vital to completion of Dian Hanson?s: The History of Men's Magazines six-volume set.