Newsweek Magazine, April 4, 1938 - Albert Einstein Cover Photo and Feature Article

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $1,500.00

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Fair

40 pages. Features: Great cover photo of wild-haired Albert Einstein in leather jacket; Photo of swastika atop smoke stack of New York hospital power plant on the East River between 70th and 71st; Photo of Mr. & Mrs. David Hearst; photo of Pinky Tomlin and his bride; Photo of Joan Bennett wounded on movie set by a bayonet; Great photo of FDR in limo in Gainesville, Georgia surrounded by crowd; Concern over Japanese fishing off Alaska; Photo of Dr. Seyss-Inquart with Hitler; One-page article on Einstein includes photo of his relaxing chair, work desk and Princeton home; Five photos of famous racehorse Man o' War; Nice one-page photo ad for the Chrysler Royal car; Nice one-page, two-color Chesapeake and Ohio ad features Ohio's "Cheese Corridor"; Photo of crowd of Akron Goodrich workers protesting wages; Photo of a 42-passenger 'Ensign' built for Imperial Airways; Handsome color Packard auto ad on back cover features illustration of well-dressed couple. Somewhat above-average wear. Unmarked. Articles clipped from pages 15, 16 and 39. One-third of table of contents page has been removed. A worthy vintage copy