Collier's Magazine, September 6, 1952 - The Koje Snafu / Zsa Zsa Gabor Cover


70 pages. Features: Nice color-photo portrait of distinguished builder Mr. Henry Doelger in Lord Calvert ad inside front cover; Bell Telephone one-page ad features photo and write-up of Denis Hartnett who was "Mr. Telephone" to the people of Homer, NY; Color photos of a Lion Luncheon in Kenya; Nostalgic 1-page 2-color ad for USS (US Steel) shows where their products were used; Vintage Goodyear 1-page color photo ad promotes their new Lifeguard Safety Tubes; The Koje Snafu - major article with color photos explains how U.S. Brigadier General Francis Townsend Dodd was seized by his captives and another was lured into signing Red propaganda - the astonishing inside story from the Korean War; What You Don't Know About Your Eyes; Article on Salt - 14,000 uses and $0.02/pound; Gabbing with the Gabors - article with great bedroom photos of Zsa Zsa, Magda, Mama and Eva; The Windfall (fiction); Pigs Have Wings (fiction); Baseball's Biggest Bargain - article on the Brooklyn Dodgers with fantastic color photos of many team members including Jackie Robinson; Blood Money (fiction); Ninety Saddles for Kengtu (fiction); Brief article and two color photos of native artist Frank White Eagle; First or Nothing (fiction); History Hinges on These Two Rivers - excelllent color photos of US troops near the Yalu River and US naval vessels in the Rhine - with brief article; Ike is My Boy - West Point's salty Old Sarge, Sergeant Marty Maher, reveals Ike's sports loves - article with four photos of Ike; Inch and a Half to Go - humor about women and maps; Camel cigarette ad on back cover features opera star Patrice Munsel. Couple of chips from top of back cover. Average wear. Library stamp on front cover and back page. A worthy vintage copy.

Title: Collier's Magazine, September 6, 1952 - The Koje Snafu / Zsa Zsa Gabor Cover

Author: Kalischer, Peter; Hodge, Carle; Froman, Robert; Meany, Tom; Maher, Sergeant Marty; Campion Nardi Reeder; Smith, H. Allen; Wodehouse, P.G.; Et al

Illustrator: Halsman, Philippe (cover); Ylla; Wolsky, Milton; Fawcett, Robert; Tepper, Saul; Reusswig, William; Shaw, W.David; Stapleton, Bill; Hess, Lowell

Categories: Fashion, Photography, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Crowell-Collier: 1952

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Former Library Copy

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 316g2175

Keywords: John D. Weaver Owen Cameron Edmund G. Love Carl D. Halbak Martha Blanchard Walter Davenport Stan Fine General Van Fleet Haydon L. Boatner Korea Colson North Lee Hak Koo Jackie Robinson Gil Hodges Pee Wee Reese Billy Cox Carl Furillo Roy Campanella Duke Snider Preacher Roe Andy Pafko Billy Loes Rocky Bridges Carl Erskine Tommy Holmes Ralph Branca S.A. Robbins, Jr. Ralph Geisendorff Dwight Eisenhower builder Mr. Henry Doelger in Lord Calvert ad inside front cover; Bell Telephone one-page ad features photo and write-up of Denis Hartnett who was "Mr. Telephone" to the people of Homer, NY; Color photos of a Lion Luncheon in Kenya; Nostalgic 1-page 2-color ad for USS (US Steel) shows where their products were used; Vintage Goodyear 1-page color photo ad promotes their new Lifeguard Safety Tubes; The Koje Snafu - major article with color photos explains how U.S. Brigadier General Francis Townsend Dodd was seized by his captives and another was lured into signing Red propaganda - the astonishing inside story from the Korean War; What You Don't Know About Your Eyes; Article on Salt - 14, 000 uses and $0.02/pound; Gabbing with the Gabors - article with great bedroom photos of Zsa Zsa, Magda, Mama and Eva; The Windfall (fiction); Pigs Have Wings (fiction); Baseball's Biggest Bargain - article on the Brooklyn Dodgers with fantastic color photos of many team members including Jackie Robinson; Blood Money (fiction); Ninety Saddles for Kengtu (fiction); Brief article and two color photos of native artist Frank White Eagle; First or Nothing (fiction); History Hinges on These Two Rivers - excelllent color photos of US troops near the Yalu River and US naval vessels in the Rhine - with brief article; Ike is My Boy - West Point's salty Old Sarge, Sergeant Marty Maher, reveals Ike's sports loves - article with four photos of Ike; Inch and a Half to Go - humor about women and maps; Camel cigarette ad on back cover features opera star Patrice Munsel,