Collier's - The National Weekly (Magazine), December (Dec.) 15, 1928, Vol. 82, No. 24: Gus Edwards (Pt II) / President-Elect Herbert Hoover

By: Roche, Arthur Somers; Kent, F.R.; Rice, Grantland; Flynn, J.T.; Cohen, O.R.; Et al

Price: $199.95

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Condition: Good


58 pages. Features: Cover illustration of boy standing in icy water; Nostalgic one-page illustrated ad for the circular Western Electric 560-AW loudspeaker; Marriage for Two (fiction by Roche); President Elect Herbert Hoover - It's Going To Be Different; Other Men's Poison (fiction by Roark Bradford); Thunder in the Backfield - Grantland Rice reviews the star-studded running backs of 1928, with photos of Ken Strong N.Y.U., and Chris Cagle of Army; In Loving Memory (fiction by Fred Sweet); "Too Collegiate" - fiction by Lucian Cary; Good Clean Fun - two pages of charming vintage illustrations of how people amused themselves before movies, radios and cars; The Ticker's In a Jam - great photo-illustrated article explaining stock ticker technology; Cabaret (fiction by O.C. Cohen); The Kid's Clever - Part 2 of the Gus Edwards story; Marvelous one-page illustrated ad for Flexible Flyer includes their seven sled models for children, plus an illustration of Commander Byrd at the South Pole; I Can Pick Winners, But - A famous horse racing handicapper explains why he still works for a living; The Shepherd of Guadaloupe, by Zane Grey (part VIII); Nice one-page Atwater Kent Radio ad includes photos of their Models 40 A.C., 42 A.C., a Model E circular speaker, Model 44 A.C., and Model 52 A.C.; Master of Sinister House (fiction by E. P. Oppenheim); Nice one-page color ad for the 50 box of Gillette shaving blades; Color centerfold ad for Remington Rand procalims "The Emancipation of the American Business Man" with illustration of "the bent and withered office drudge"; Nice one-page Edgeworth pipe tobacco ad includes illustration of their four-sized tin and letter from one F.W. Fitzpatrick; Classy one-page photo-illustrated ad by Bosch Radio (American Bosch Magneto Corporation) displays their Model 29B, 28A and features photo of the Model 28; Marvelous one-page ad for Lucky Strike cigarettes includes illustration and endorsement of Lady Grace Drummond Hay, the first woman to fly the Atlantic from Europe to the United States, aboard the Graf Zeppelin (which is also illustrated in the ad); Smoth Brothers' cough drops ad includes photo of vaudeville comedian Joe Cook; Quarter-page illustrated ad for Daisy Air Rifles - "That's What Our Boy Has Been Asking For"; Classic back cover Victrola ad displays their Models 835, 918, 43, 711, 255, and 1069. Unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A sound copy of this great vintage issue.

Title: Collier's - The National Weekly (Magazine), December (Dec.) 15, 1928, Vol. 82, No. 24: Gus Edwards (Pt II) / President-Elect Herbert Hoover

Author: Roche, Arthur Somers; Kent, F.R.; Rice, Grantland; Flynn, J.T.; Cohen, O.R.; Et al

Illustrator: Towne (cover); Simont, Joseph; Burne, Harry; Fuller, Arthur; Patterson, Russell; Barnum, Jay Hyde;

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Aviation, Biography,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, P.F. Collier & Son Company: 1928

Binding: Single Issue Magazine

Condition: Good

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 417h2828

Keywords: Collier's - The National Weekly (Magazine), December (Dec.) 15, 1928 John L. Sullivan Helen Mora Betting Gambling Horse Racing Cover illustration of boy standing in icy water; Nostalgic one-page illustrated ad for the circular Western Electric 560-AW loudspeaker; Marriage for Two (fiction by Roche); President Elect Herbert Hoover - It's Going To Be Different; Other Men's Poison (fiction by Roark Bradford); Thunder in the Backfield - Grantland Rice reviews the star-studded running backs of 1928, with photos of Ken Strong N.Y.U., and Chris Cagle of Army; In Loving Memory (fiction by Fred Sweet); "Too Collegiate" - fiction by Lucian Cary; Good Clean Fun - two pages of charming vintage illustrations of how people amused themselves before movies, radios and cars; The Ticker's In a Jam - great photo-illustrated article explaining stock ticker technology; Cabaret (fiction by O.C. Cohen); The Kid's Clever - Part 2 of the Gus Edwards story; Marvelous one-page illustrated ad for Flexible Flyer includes their seven sled models for children, plus an illustration of Commander Byrd at the South Pole; I Can Pick Winners, But - A famous horse racing handicapper explains why he still works for a living; The Shepherd of Guadaloupe, by Zane Grey (part VIII); Nice one-page Atwater Kent Radio ad includes photos of their Models 40 A.C., 42 A.C., a Model E circular speaker, Model 44 A.C., and Model 52 A.C.; Master of Sinister House (fiction by E. P. Oppenheim); Nice one-page color ad for the 50 box of Gillette shaving blades; Color centerfold ad for Remington Rand procalims "The Emancipation of the American Business Man" with illustration of "the bent and withered office drudge"; Nice one-page Edgeworth pipe tobacco ad includes illustration of their four-sized tin and letter from one F.W. Fitzpatrick; Classy one-page photo-illustrated ad by Bosch Radio (American Bosch Magneto Corporation) displays their Model 29B, 28A and features photo of the Model 28; Marvelous one-page ad for Lucky Strike cigarettes includes illustration and endorsement of Lady Grace Drummond Hay, the first woman to fly the Atlantic from Europe to the United States, aboard the Graf Zeppelin (which is also illustrated in the ad); Smoth Brothers' cough drops ad includes photo of vaudeville comedian Joe Cook; Quarter-page illustrated ad for Daisy Air Rifles - "That's What Our Boy Has Been Asking For"; Classic back cover Victrola ad displays their Models 835, 918, 43, 711, 255, and 1069,