National Home Monthly Magazine, October 1935 - What is Social Credit?

By: Gable, V.; Et al

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72 pages. Cover illustration of baby by Neil Hott. Features: Nice colour ad for Christie's biscuits inside front cover; Full-page ad on page 2 encourages women to Vote Conservative; Waterman's pen ad; Light Housework - story by Roderick Stuart Kennedy; Trail Tried - story by Maude M. Bloom and Mildred S. Adler - illustrated in colour by R.C. Smith; Tell-Tale Finger Paints - photo-illustrated article by Sophia Wilds; African Parade - story by William J. Makin, illustrated by B.V.V. Matteson; The Altar of the Moon - story by Francis Dickie; Wish You Were Here - story by Frances Douglas and Thelma Le Cocq; Strange Occupations - photo-illustrated article by George A. Posner; What is Social Credit? - article by V. Gable; In defence of the manly arts - photo illustrated article by T. Lewis Brown with photos of Joe Louis, Max Baer, 'Strangler' Ed Lewis, Gus Sonnerberg, Jim Browning, Don George, Jim Londos, James J. Braddock and Danno O'Mahoney; Nostalgic black and white 1-page ad for Maxwell House Coffee; Hollywood News by E.G. Bayne; Lux soap ad features photos of triplets Ford, Gladys and Margaret Ferguson and the runs in their nylon stockings; Article and photos of the various buildings used by writers for various Hollywood companies; Photo of John Boles holding Shirley Temple; The Hotel Cavalier, by Sir William Thomas, M.B.E.; Colour fashion idea - The New Cossack Suit. Average wear. Address label on front cover. Name written on page 42. Moisture stains to lower corner of back cover. A sound copy.

Title: National Home Monthly Magazine, October 1935 - What is Social Credit?

Author: Gable, V.; Et al

Illustrator: Hott, Neil

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Canadiana,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Winnipeg, National Home Monthly: 1935

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 827c7516

Keywords: National Home Monthly Magazine, October 1935 Neil Hott. Features: Nice colour ad for Christie's biscuits inside front cover; Full-page ad on page 2 encourages women to Vote Conservative; Waterman's pen ad; Light Housework - story by Roderick Stuart Kennedy; Trail Tried - story by Maude M. Bloom and Mildred S. Adler - illustrated in colour by R.C. Smith; Tell-Tale Finger Paints - photo-illustrated article by Sophia Wilds; African Parade - story by William J. Makin, illustrated by B.V.V. Matteson; The Altar of the Moon - story by Francis Dickie; Wish You Were Here - story by Frances Douglas and Thelma Le Cocq; Strange Occupations - photo-illustrated article by George A. Posner; What is Social Credit? - article by V. Gable; In defence of the manly arts - photo illustrated article by T. Lewis Brown with photos of Joe Louis, Max Baer, 'Strangler' Ed Lewis, Gus Sonnerberg, Jim Browning, Don George, Jim Londos, James J. Braddock and Danno O'Mahoney; Nostalgic black and white 1-page ad for Maxwell House Coffee; Hollywood News by E.G. Bayne; Lux soap ad features photos of triplets Ford, Gladys and Margaret Ferguson and the runs in their nylon stockings; Article and photos of the various buildings used by writers for various Hollywood companies; Photo of John Boles holding Shirley Temple; The Hotel Cavalier, by Sir William Thomas, M.B.E.; Colour fasion idea - The New Cossack Suit,