Liberty Magazine - America's Best Read Weekly, February [Feb.] 18, 1933, Vol. 10, No. 7: Mystery of the (Czar's?) Head in the Kremlin / Technocracy to the Rescue


62 pages. Features: Nice Valentine-theme color cover illustration of dancing couple by Norman Guthrie Rudolph; One-page photo of Governor General of Canada Lord Bessborough examining sheep at Toronto's Royal Winter Fair; The Mystery of the (Czar's?) Head in the Kremlin - an astounding revelation of a Soviet secret and why an imposter can never reclaim the throne of the murdered Czar - includes reproduction of affidavit by the author, Iliodor, and photo of Anatoly, purportedly one of the slayers of the Romanovs; Five Days (part 2); Fantastic Listerine Tooth Paste ad includes photo of man boasting "I Smoke Like a Chimney"; Technocracy to the Rescue - Rupert Hughes hails the technocrats vision of a happy world governed by engineering skill; The Flaming Lure - the story of a crime in a sealed room; Movie News, Reviews, and photos - Grand Slam, Tonight is Ours, Billion Dollar Scandal, Parachute Jumper; Along the Fire Escape - the story of a burglar's baptism and a girl who shrieked too soon; The Big Coal Problem; The Woman Accused (part 5); Hell Hounds! - The World's Worst Jail (part 11); White Shoes (short story); Vox Pop; To The Ladies; Nice vintage ad for Wrigley's gum on back cover. Above-average but not excessive wear. Unmarked. Middle page loose but present. A worthy vintage copy.

Title: Liberty Magazine - America's Best Read Weekly, February [Feb.] 18, 1933, Vol. 10, No. 7: Mystery of the (Czar's?) Head in the Kremlin / Technocracy to the Rescue

Author: Hatch, Eric; Smith, Frank Leon; Wagner, Rob; Hopper, James; Ripley, H.A.; Benchley, Robert; Banks, Polan; et al

Illustrator: Rudolph, Norman Guthrie; Herbert Roese; F.W. Swain; Kidder, B. Latham; Prettyman, Clyde

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Literature,

Edition: Canadian Edition

Publisher: Toronto, Liberty Publishing Corporation of Canada, Ltd.: 1933

Binding: Single Issue Magazine

Condition: Fair

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 651h3668

Keywords: Liberty - America's Best Read Weekly, February [Feb.] 18, 1933, Vol. 10, No. 7: Mystery of the Head in the Kremlin, Anatoly Valentine-theme color cover illustration of dancing couple by Norman Guthrie Rudolph; One-page photo of Governor General of Canada Lord Bessborough examining sheep at Toronto's Royal Winter Fair; The Mystery of the (Czar's?) Head in the Kremlin - an astounding revelation of a Soviet secret and why an imposter can never reclaim the throne of the murdered Czar - includes reproduction of affidavit by the author, Iliodor, and photo of Anatoly, purportedly one of the slayers of the Romanovs; Five Days (part 2); Fantastic Listerine Tooth Paste ad includes photo of man boasting "I Smoke Like a Chimney"; Technocracy to the Rescue - Rupert Hughes hails the technocrats vision of a happy world governed by engineering skill; The Flaming Lure - the story of a crime in a sealed room; Movie News, Reviews, and photos - Grand Slam, Tonight is Ours, Billion Dollar Scandal, Parachute Jumper; Along the Fire Escape - the story of a burglar's baptism and a girl who shrieked too soon; The Big Coal Problem; The Woman Accused (part 5); Hell Hounds! - The World's Worst Jail (part 11); White Shoes (short story); Vox Pop; To The Ladies; Nice vintage ad for Wrigley's Gum,