The Saturday Evening Post, October 31, 1954 *The CIA and America's Secret Agents*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $299.95

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Condition: Good


178 pages. Features: Colour Parker Pen ad inside front cover; Douglas aircraft ad featuring the Skyrocket; Nice colour Brach's candy ad; Colour 2-page ad for Studebaker featuring the new 1955 models; Nice 20-page colour ad for Sun-Maid Sunsweet dried fruit products; The Mysterious Doings of CIA - America's Secret Agents - an exclusive report on its methods, how it recruits, how it is funded, and its accomplishments in Guatemala, Iran and behind the Iron Curtain - with photos; Frontier Frenzy, by John Reese; Will China Stay Red? - Joseph Alsop reports some curious and little-known truths about China - article with photos; The Man-Handler, by Williams Forrest; The Luckiest Girl in Hollywood - Grace Kelly - article with wonderful colour photos; Outcast of the Florida Keys, by Frank Skipp; The Truth About Congressmen - by Martin Dies, Congressman at Large, Texas; Confessions of a Football Recruiter - the hilarious adventures of Herman Hickman while hunting athletes - with photos; Tugboat Annie's Long Shot, by Norman Reilly Raine; My Old Man Groucho (Marx), by Arthur Marx (Part 7); The Zone of Sudden Death, by William Chamberlain; A Ten-Day Tiger Hunt costs $1,000 - with a kill guaranteed - Tigers are so plentiful in Central India that there is no limit on the bag! - with photos; Howard Morris has taught over 7,400 tourists to hula aboard the Lurline - with many great colour photos; House of Hate, by Storm Jameson; The Case of the Restless Redhead, by Erle Stanley Gardner - Perry Mason's informant learned the hard way that you can't make deals with criminals; Black and white photo ad by Chrysler Corp. shows their auto stylists at work; Nice colour 2-page photo ad for Admiral televisions; Two-colour ad for Pendleton shirts; Nice two-colour ad for Oliver tractors; Stromberg-Carlson television ad; Interesting 2-page Borg-Warner ad in 'Ripley's Believe it or Not' format; Glamorous colour Philip Morris ad; Two-page ad by REO Motors featuring the new mighty REO V-8 Gold Comet Truck Engine; Buck Skein Joe sport fasion ad; Colour ad by the Philadelphia Electric Company; Nice color Cream of Wheat ad features cartoon characters by Al Capp; Frank Thomas on "The Best Player I Ever Coached" - Dixie Howell; Colour ad for Dictaphone; Coke ad on back cover promotes Eddie Fisher on "Coke Time" NBC television twice each week. Average wear. Ink drops to top edge of last few pages. A sound copy.

Title: The Saturday Evening Post, October 31, 1954 *The CIA and America's Secret Agents*

Author: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Americana, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1954

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 827c7261

Keywords: The Saturday Evening Post, October 31, 1954 *The CIA and America's Secret Agents* Parker Pen ad inside front cover; Douglas aircraft ad featuring the Skyrocket; Nice colour Brach's candy ad; Colour 2-page ad for Studebaker featuring the new 1955 models; Nice 20-page colour ad for Sun-Maid Sunsweet dried fruit products; The Mysterious Doings of CIA - America's Secret Agents - an exclusive report on its methods, how it recruits, how it is funded, and its accomplishments in Guatemala, Iran and behind the Iron Curtain - with photos; Frontier Frenzy, by John Reese; Will China Stay Red? - Joseph Alsop reports some curious and little-known truths about China - article with photos; The Man-Handler, by Williams Forrest; The Luckiest Girl in Hollywood - Grace Kelly - article with wonderful colour photos; Outcast of the Florida Keys, by Frank Skipp; The Truth About Congressmen - by Martin Dies, Congressman at Large, Texas; Confessions of a Football Recruiter - the hilarious adventures of Herman Hickman while hunting athletes - with photos; Tugboat Annie's Long Shot, by Norman Reilly Raine; My Old Man Groucho (Marx), by Arthur Marx (Part 7); The Zone of Sudden Death, by William Chamberlain; A Ten-Day Tiger Hunt costs $1, 000 - with a kill guaranteed - Tigers are so plentiful in Central India that there is no limit on the bag! - with photos; Howard Morris has taught over 7, 400 tourists to hula aboard the Lurline - with many great colour photos; House of Hate, by Storm Jameson; The Case of the Restless Redhead, by Erle Stanley Gardner - Perry Mason's informant learned the hard way that you can't make deals with criminals; Black and white photo ad by Chrysler Corp. shows their auto stylists at work; Nice colour 2-page photo ad for Admiral televisions; Two-colour ad for Pendleton shirts; Nice two-colour ad for Oliver tractors; Stromberg-Carlson television ad; Interesting 2-page Borg-Warner ad in 'Ripley's Believe it or Not' format; Glamorous colour Philip Morris ad; Two-page ad by REO Motors featuring the new mighty REO V-8 Gold Comet Truck Engine; Buck Skein Joe sport fasion ad; Colour ad by the Philadelphia Electric Company; Nice color Cream of Wheat ad features cartoon characters by Al Capp; Frank Thomas on "The Best Player I Ever Coached" - Dixie Howell; Colour ad for Dictaphone; Coke ad on back cover promotes Eddie Fisher,