Bissell, Richard M. Jr.; Hutchison, Bruce; et al
Title Fortune Magazine, Volume XXV Number 6, June 1942: The Negro's War / Sterling Products Inc. Vs. I.G. Farben in Latin America
Single Issue Magazine
Size Folio - over 12" - 15" tall
Publisher USA Time Inc. Magazine Company 1942
Illustrator Bayer, Herbert (cover); Bearden, Romare; Alston, Charles
Seller ID 201h2405
212 pages. Features: The War of Distances - supplying our troops on distant fronts; Who Should Get the Ships? - The UN's methods, machinery, and difficulties of rationing; The Negro's War - a most fascinating look at the situation of America's blacks in WWII - with beautiful one-page color illustration by Romare Bearden and additional works by Charles Alston; Atlantic Area; They're Crowding the Rails - 51 trains/day on one Arizona track; Popguns on the Southern Front - Sterling Products Inc. is tasked with regaining its Latin-American drug market lost to I.G. Farben; Rubber Stocks - How Do We Stand?; "I Have Not Yet Begun To Fight" - Captain John Paul Jones; In Search of a Policy - Allocating scarce resources after the war; Anatomy of Public Spending - II; The Greatest Man in Canada - Prairie Editor John Wesley Dafoe of the Winnipeg Free Press; "Not Bold Enough" - thoughts of Archbishop Stritch of Chicago; and more. Many great ads including: Marion excavating equipment; White Trucks, featuring a beautifully illustrated scene in Yellowstone Park (?) with reference to Chiang Kai-shek; and back cover color-photo Chesterfield cigarette ad featuring Adrienne Ames, supervisor of canteen supplies for Bundles for Bluejackets (somewhat soiled). Unmarked with average wear. A quality vintage copy of this great wartime issue.