Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, February 6, 1939 - Cover Photo of Francisco Franco

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Good


48 pages. Features: Great Studebaker photo ad inside front cover highlights their Climatizer and 7,300 master craftsmen of South Bend; Fantastic one-page color-illustrated ad for the Cadillac Sixty Special in a desert scene; One-page Hartford Fire Insurance photo ad shows massive tree which has fallen on a large home; The widening rift in the auto workers' union; Ralph Robey; End of the Spanish War - and trouble in sight; The meaning of Adolph Hitler's Reichstag speech; French plane deal starts foreign-policy row; The vote on relief - victory for Garner forces; Photo of Frank and Theresa Mauler who returned to Pinkaute in Europe to visit Mr. Mauler's father; Photo of Mr. and Mrs. Jules Brulatour; Capture of Barcelona points to end of Spanish War - major coverage with photos; A short article reviews the amount of US press coverage Hitler has received since he came to media attention over six years ago; Gehrig's $34,500 tops Baseball pay; photo of American skating record setter Eddie Schroeder; Photo of squash players Anne Page and Elizabeth Pearson; Fencing winner Barbara Cochrane; "One Man's Family" Radio Show - article with photo of cast and family tree diagram; Nice one page ad for the Mercury 8 car; Attractive color ad for Monsanto plastics inside back cover shows lady holding baby shoes in clear plastic container; Nice color ad on back cover for Grace Line Caribbean-South American cruises features male tourist with monkey and lots of luggage. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy

Title: Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, February 6, 1939 - Cover Photo of Francisco Franco

Author: Multiple Contributors

Illustrator: Sweeney, Dan

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Dayton, Ohio, USA, Weekly Publications, Inc.: 1939

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 302g3269

Keywords: Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, February 6, 1939 - Cover Photo of Francisco Franco Studebaker photo ad inside front cover highlights their Climatizer and 7, 300 master craftsmen of South Bend; Fantastic one-page color-illustrated ad for the Cadillac Sixty Special in a desert scene; One-page Hartford Fire Insurance photo ad shows massive tree which has fallen on a large home; The widening rift in the auto workers' union; Ralph Robey; End of the Spanish War - and trouble in sight; The meaning of Adolph Hitler's Reichstag speech; French plane deal starts foreign-policy row; The vote on relief - victory for Garner forces; Photo of Frank and Theresa Mauler who returned to Pinkaute in Europe to visit Mr. Mauler's father; Photo of Mr. and Mrs. Jules Brulatour; Capture of Barcelona points to end of Spanish War - major coverage with photos; A short article reviews the amount of US press coverage Hitler has received since he came to media attention over six years ago; Gehrig's $34, 500 tops Baseball pay; photo of American skating record setter Eddie Schroeder; Photo of squash players Anne Page and Elizabeth Pearson; Fencing winner Barbara Cochrane; "One Man's Family" Radio Show - article with photo of cast and family tree diagram; Nice one page ad for the Mercury 8 car; Attractive color ad for Monsanto plastics inside back cover shows lady holding baby shoes in clear plastic container; Nice color ad on back cover for Grace Line Caribbean-South American Cruises,