The Saturday Evening Post, March (Mar.) 19, 1960 - Comeback of a Shabby City - Philadelphia / Norman Rockwell


126 pages. Short Stories: The Girl in the Sentry Box; A Touch of Scandal; The Hermit; The Turning Point. Articles: What Makes Me Laugh; Adventures of the Mind, #48 - The Act of Language; The Happy Orphans of Metera - Greek home for babies of unwed mothers; Master of Movie Horror - William Castle; Red China Against Russia?; They're Off - and the World is Watching - the race for the Democratic Presidential Nomination; Norman Rockwell - My Adventures as an Illustrator, Part VI - I Tried to be a Playboy. Serials: Moon Pilot (part 1 of 3); Night Without End (part 5 of 8). Ads: Phone ad features Winterland, Florida; Florsheim Shoes; Cracker Barrel Cheese; Ford Falcon Wagons (2 color pages); Oldsmobile (Olds) 1960; Hotpoint stoves; Campbell's Tomato Rice and Cream of Vegetable Soups; Pontiac Bonneville (night illustration); Dial Soap; 1960 Chrysler - nice light-blue New Yorker at circus; Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Spaghetti; Avis Rent-a-Car; Grandma Moses flower seeds and Borden's Instant Coffee; Caterpillar - pushing coal at a power plant; Borden's Chocolate Ice Cream; GM Diesel - two illustrated pages; Air France - featuring gourmet food; 1960 Chevrolet Trucks; Sylvania TVs - with Arthur Godfrey photo; Royal Crown Soda - young lady in rain gear; The Metropolitcan 1500 car; International Trucks; Mayflower Movers; Ladies' Home Journal; Renault Dauphine; Pan-Am color ad with Paris photo; GMAC; Chesterfield cigarette ad on back cover boasts they are "Air-Softened". Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy.

Title: The Saturday Evening Post, March (Mar.) 19, 1960 - Comeback of a Shabby City - Philadelphia / Norman Rockwell

Author: Hay, J.; Conroy, V.; Brandon, W.; Crisp, N.; Kerr, J.; Ciardi, J.; Silverman, M.; Kobler, J.; Salisbury, H.; Alsop, S.; Rockwell, Norman; Buckner, R.; MacLean, A.

Illustrator: Falter, John (cover);Skor, Walter; Mayan, Earl; Kane, Morgan;

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Politics, Biography,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1960

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 202g4082

Keywords: The Saturday Evening Post, December March (Mar.) 19, 1960 - Comeback of a Shabby City - Philadelphia / Norman Rockwell Short Stories: The Girl in the Sentry Box; A Touch of Scandal; The Hermit; The Turning Point. Articles: What Makes Me Laugh; Adventures of the Mind, #48 - The Act of Language; The Happy Orphans of Metera - Greek home for babies of unwed mothers; Master of Movie Horror - William Castle; Red China Against Russia?; They're Off - and the World is Watching - the race for the Democratic Presidential Nomination; Norman Rockwell - My Adventures as an Illustrator, Part VI - I Tried to be a Playboy. Serials: Moon Pilot (part 1 of 3); Night Without End (part 5 of 8). Ads: Phone ad features Winterland, Florida; Florsheim Shoes; Cracker Barrel Cheese; Ford Falcon Wagons (2 color pages); Oldsmobile (Olds) 1960; Hotpoint stoves; Campbell's Tomato Rice and Cream of Vegetable Soups; Pontiac Bonneville (night illustration); Dial Soap; 1960 Chrysler - nice light-blue New Yorker at circus; Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Spaghetti; Avis Rent-a-Car; Grandma Moses flower seeds and Borden's Instant Coffee; Caterpillar - pushing coal at a power plant; Borden's Chocolate Ice Cream; GM Diesel - two illustrated pages; Air France - featuring gourmet food; 1960 Chevrolet Trucks; Sylvania TVs - with Arthur Godfrey photo; Royal Crown Soda - young lady in rain gear; The Metropolitcan 1500 car; International Trucks; Mayflower Movers; Ladies' Home Journal; Renault Dauphine; Pan-Am color ad with Paris photo; GMAC; Chesterfield cigarette ad on back cover boasts they are "Air-Softened",