The Saturday Evening Post, 28 June 1952

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $295.00

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Fair

144 pages. Features: What's behind the air base scandals? - are we wasting money building airfields in North Africa?; Hollywood's blonde pop-off - Shelley Winters; Look at the tricks he does in the air! - Stanley Hiller wants to put a jet helicopter in every garage; Adlai Stevenson would rather not be president; The Morey Case - why did they kill Pauline Campbell? - part 3 of 4; They call him a genius in Dixie - Earl Mann; They're learning to breathe again - polio victims in recovery; My six fantastic years at the Imperial Hotel - J. Malcolm Morris reveals intimate secrets from Tokyo's postwar social headquarters - which he was in charge of; Great Camel cigarette colour ad featuring Linda Darnell; Westinghouse TV ad - wow, TV's sure have changed since then!; Great ad for the Boeing Stratocruiser - pictured in flight; Nice colour Lincoln car ad; Nice colour Aero Willys car ad; Colour 1952 Kaiser Manhattan car ad; Dole pineapple juice color ad; Color IBM electric typewriter ad; Nice color Wilson sports products ad; The Hunted Woman (part 2 of 6); One murder too many (conclusion). Great two-page color photo ad for the Packard Ultramatic; 4" x 3" chunk missing from lower corner of front cover. 3" tear to first page. 5" tear to lower corner of soiled back cover. Otherwise unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A sound copy.

Title: The Saturday Evening Post, 28 June 1952

Author: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Americana,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1952

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Fair

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 827c6731

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