Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance: April 21, 1941 - Cover Photo of the 16-Inch Guns of the North Carolina

By: Pratt, William V.; Fuqua Stephen O.

Price: $199.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Good


72 pages. Features: Nice color-photo ad for Nash cars inside front cover; Jones & Laughlin Steel Corporation; Nice one-page two-color ad for the April 19th issue of the Saturday Evening Post features photo of FDR's best friend, Harry Hopkins; Dictograph features photo of Mr. J.H. Victor, President of the Victor Mfg. & Gasket Co.; Brief obituaries for Loring C. Christie, Marcel Provost, Frederic William Wile, Isidore Witmark, Sen. Morris Sheppard, and Urbain J. Ledoux (Mr. Zero); Nice one-page ad for the Hotel Pennsylvania in New York illustrates its many amenities; Very attractive two-color one-page ad for New International Trucks features a red pickup; US Assumes Protection of Greenland; Submarine S-49; Photos of Pan-American Day in Greenfield, Iowa; Nazis overwhelm Yugoslavs and set up new Croation state; Pressure on Suez Mounts; The British in Greece; Kremlin treaty with Japanese follows hint of displeasure at Reich; Nice one-page color photo ad for American Cyanamid features geologist at work in beautiful wild country; Lots of war coverage; Great one-page color Cadillac ad; Nice centerfold color ad by GM features letter to their dealers from Alfred P. Sloan, Jr.; Nice one-page color ad for Owens-Illinois packaging service shows lady tending cosmetics display; Photo of Air Secretary Robert A. Lovett; One-page color Calvert Whiskey ad features antelope; Great one-page color ad for Texaco features ill-looking boy who has just tried smoking a guitar; Cutting the $2 million Presidente Vargas diamond; Nazis and Drugs; Photo of boxer Jack Johnson; Nice Chevrolet ad; Nice 2/3-page ad for Moore-McCormack Lines shows incredible Rio; Mennonite conscientious objectors (COs) do bit at their camp, the Grottoes; Nice photo of new Lone Ranger Brace Beemer; Nice color-photo ad for Monsanto Plastics inside back cover features lady using Resinox adding machine; Back cover ad for Old Overholt whiskey. Average wear and soiling. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy.

Title: Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance: April 21, 1941 - Cover Photo of the 16-Inch Guns of the North Carolina

Author: Pratt, William V.; Fuqua Stephen O.

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Dayton, Ohio, USA, Weekly Publications: 1941

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 302g3288

Keywords: Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance: April 21, 1941 - Cover Photo of the 16-Inch Guns of the North Carolina Nash cars inside front cover; Jones & Laughlin Steel Corporation; Nice one-page two-color ad for the April 19th issue of the Saturday Evening Post features photo of FDR's best friend, Harry Hopkins; Dictograph features photo of Mr. J.H. Victor, President of the Victor Mfg. & Gasket Co.; Brief obituaries for Loring C. Christie, Marcel Provost, Frederic William Wile, Isidore Witmark, Sen. Morris Sheppard, and Urbain J. Ledoux (Mr. Zero); Nice one-page ad for the Hotel Pennsylvania in New York illustrates its many amenities; Very attractive two-color one-page ad for New International Trucks features a red pickup; US Assumes Protection of Greenland; Submarine S-49; Photos of Pan-American Day in Greenfield, Iowa; Nazis overwhelm Yugoslavs and set up new Croation state; Pressure on Suez Mounts; The British in Greece; Kremlin treaty with Japanese follows hint of displeasure at Reich; Nice one-page color photo ad for American Cyanamid features geologist at work in beautiful wild country; Lots of war coverage; Great one-page color Cadillac ad; Nice centerfold color ad by GM features letter to their dealers from Alfred P. Sloan, Jr.; Nice one-page color ad for Owens-Illinois packaging service shows lady tending cosmetics display; Photo of Air Secretary Robert A. Lovett; One-page color Calvert Whiskey ad features antelope; Great one-page color ad for Texaco features ill-looking boy who has just tried smoking a guitar; Cutting the $2 million Presidente Vargas diamond; Nazis and Drugs; Photo of boxer Jack Johnson; Nice Chevrolet ad; Nice 2/3-page ad for Moore-McCormack Lines shows incredible Rio; Mennonite conscientious objectors (COs) do bit at their camp, the Grottoes; Nice photo of new Lone Ranger Brace Beemer; Nice color-photo ad for Monsanto Plastics inside back cover features lady using Resinox adding machine; Back cover ad for Old Overholt Whiskey,