Colliers Magazine, March 6, 1937 - The National Weekly

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $249.95

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Condition: Good


70 pages. Features: The Grand Manner - a modest young man in love (Frederick Nebel); Invitation to Dance - The girl who stole a lipstick (Libbie Block); White Man's Burden - in defense of a lady and a tropical isle (Will F. Jenkins); On the Bench - Harun-al-Rashid in modern dress (Frank Condon); Very Much a Lady by Alec Rackowe; Man with a Past - Romance of a stagecoach guard (Ernest Haycox); I Love You Again, Part VI - Suspicion of Murder (Octavus Roy Cohen); Castle Key, Part II - Get up and Fly Again (Dwight Mitchell Wiley); Under Chiang Kai-shek's Hand - Number One in Asia, with photos (Jim Marshall); The Minsky Kids, H.K. and Morton - Art School for strippers/burlesque (Henry F. Pringle); High School Hero - Mr. Bob Feller - The $100,000 rookie (Kyle Crichton); You're the Cook - Kitchen Calm (Betty Thornley Stuart); Who Taught You to Drive? - It's never too late to learn (T.R. Carskadon). Page 23 is a wonderful full-colour ad for a food product called Karo which features charming photos of the Dionne quints (quintuplets). Page 25 is a nice colour ad for Packard cars. Super colour centerfold for the Hudson automobile. Excellent two-page colour ad for Nash cars on pages 48-49. Interesting United Airlines ad on page 55 - does not resemble contemporary air travel! Two-colour Ford V8 truck ad inside back cover. Interesting colour Lucky Strike cigarette ad on back cover suggests that their product offers 'throat protection'. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy.

Title: Colliers Magazine, March 6, 1937 - The National Weekly

Author: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Crowell: 1937

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 339a4126

Keywords: Colliers Magazine, March 6, 1937 The Grand Manner - a modest young man in love (Frederick Nebel); Invitation to Dance - The girl who stole a lipstick (Libbie Block); White Man's Burden - in defense of a lady and a tropical isle (Will F. Jenkins); On the Bench - Harun-al-Rashid in modern dress (Frank Condon); Very Much a Lady by Alec Rackowe; Man with a Past - Romance of a stagecoach guard (Ernest Haycox); I Love You Again, Part VI - Suspicion of Murder (Octavus Roy Cohen); Castle Key, Part II - Get up and Fly Again (Dwight Mitchell Wiley); Under Chiang Kai-shek's Hand - Number One in Asia, with photos (Jim Marshall); The Minsky Kids, H.K. and Morton - Art School for strippers/burlesque (Henry F. Pringle); High School Hero - Mr. Bob Feller - The $100, 000 rookie (Kyle Crichton); You're the Cook - Kitchen Calm (Betty Thornley Stuart); Who Taught You to Drive? - It's never too late to learn (T.R. Carskadon). Page 23 is a wonderful full-colour ad for a food product called Karo which features charming photos of the Dionne quints (quintuplets). Page 25 is a nice colour ad for Packard cars. Super colour centerfold for the Hudson automobile. Excellent two-page colour ad for Nash cars on pages 48-49. Interesting United Airlines ad on page 55 - does not resemble contemporary air travel! Two-colour Ford V8 truck ad inside back cover. Interesting colour Lucky Strike cigarette Ad,