Collier's Magazine, June 26, 1948 - The Secret Papers of Harry L. Hopkins


86 pages. Articles: Chiselers' Holidy - long vacations on unemployment money; Our Job in Italy - Communism isn't beaten yet; The Secret Papers of Harry L. Hopkins (5) - further negotiations with Stalin/the true story of the Atlantic Charter; Dancing-School Bonanza - the big business of teaching rumba, samba and tango; Joan of Arc - the movie starring Ingrid Bergman; Guinea Pig for Cancer - an experiment with atomic energy; Warren Warm-Up - appraising California's governor as a presidential candidate. Fiction: Ring-Shy; Death Had a Voice; The Man Who Painted Himself Blue; What Would You Do?; The Branble Bush (part 3 of 5); The General was an Honest Man. Ads include: Heinz ketchup (great photo ad); Toastmaster; Vitalis (with Lloyd Mangrum); Philco; Crosley fridges; Hudson cars; Auto-Lite spark plugs (featuring Ann Sheridan); Firestone Super-Balloon tires; Chevrolet trucks; 1949 Ford cars; Coke - large illustration of soda fountain; Dodge Trucks; Lord Calvert Whiskey - featuring full-page color-photo of author Hassoldt Davis; Walt Disney's "Melody Time" movie; Trailways bus lines; Lucky Strike cigarettes (back cover). Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy.

Title: Collier's Magazine, June 26, 1948 - The Secret Papers of Harry L. Hopkins

Author: Stroup, Richard; Masson, Hal; Child, Charles B.; Rolland, Kermit; Ritchey, Russell V.; Duncan, David; Jenkins, Will F.; Whitman, Howard; Wertenbaker, Charles; Sherwood, Robert E.; Brooks, Sylvia; Treadway, Elizabeth; Porter, Amy; Creel, George

Illustrator: Berman, Sam; Hurst, Earl Oliver; Sawyers, Martha; Pike, John; Miller, Richard C.; Wiggins, Katherine; Chiriaka, Ernest; Knopf, Hans; Reusswig, William;

Categories: Fashion, Magazine Back Issues, History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, The Crowell-Collier Publishing Company: 1948

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 534g1574

Keywords: Collier's Magazine, June 26, 1948 Chiselers' Holidy - long vacations on unemployment money; Our Job in Italy - Communism isn't beaten yet; The Secret Papers of Harry L. Hopkins (5) - further negotiations with Stalin/the true story of the Atlantic Charter; Dancing-School Bonanza - the big business of teaching rumba, samba and tango; Joan of Arc - the movie starring Ingrid Bergman; Guinea Pig for Cancer - an experiment with atomic energy; Warren Warm-Up - appraising California's governor as a presidential candidate. Fiction: Ring-Shy; Death Had a Voice; The Man Who Painted Himself Blue; What Would You Do?; The Branble Bush (part 3 of 5); The General was an Honest Man. Ads include: Heinz ketchup (great photo ad); Toastmaster; Vitalis (with Lloyd Mangrum); Philco; Crosley fridges; Hudson cars; Auto-Lite spark plugs (featuring Ann Sheridan); Firestone Super-Balloon tires; Chevrolet trucks; 1949 Ford cars; Coke - large illustration of soda fountain; Dodge Trucks; Lord Calvert Whiskey - featuring full-page color-photo of author Hassoldt Davis; Walt Disney's "Melody Time" movie; Trailways bus lines; Lucky Strike Cigarettes,