Liberty Magazine, September 18, 1937 - Canadian Edition: Why the Russians Want the North Pole


62 pages. Features: Nice cover illustration of young lady on bicycle; Editorial - What Price Modern Education?; The World Goes Smash - novel by Samuel Hopkins Adams; Why the Russians Want the North Pole - by famous explorer Vilhjalmur Stefansson; Call Me Jim - the private life of James A. Farley - new, surprising facts concerning the jovial wheel-horse of the New Deal (part 1); The Talking Horse (humour); Casanova's Women - Henriette, and things the great lover left out of his memoirs; What it Takes to Make World Champs - article by Joe McCarthy, Manager of the World Champion New York Yankees (with small photo of author); Blackrock Landing (short story); Bright Danger (fiction); A New York Doctor Changes His Life - the anonymous but true story of a famous physician's who learned that money was not so important after all; Design for Dying (short story); 2/3-page illustrated Williams Luxury Shaving Cream ad shows tennis player "Big" Bill Tilden in action; Crossword completed in pencil on page 50; Horror Outside the Wall - a Chinese Mystery; Ventriloquist Peggy Hudson; The Glass Bracelet (short story); Nice illustrated ad for Iver Johnson Shotguns, manufactured at Cobourg, Ontario; Bits of nibbling to periphery of front cover and upper corner of textblock. Average soiling and wear. Binding intact. A worthy vintage copy.

Title: Liberty Magazine, September 18, 1937 - Canadian Edition: Why the Russians Want the North Pole

Author: Philpott, Wilbur M.; Brooks, Walter; Erskine, John; Krank, Raymond C.; Fry, Margaret; Adams, Samuel Hopkins; Collins, Frederick L.; Brand, Max; Hughes, Llewellyn; Steffansson, Wilhjalmur; McCarthy, Joe; Princess Alexandra Kropotkin

Illustrator: Harris, Robert G. (Cover); Clymer, John; Sarg, Tony; Frantz, Marshall; Parkhouse, Stanley; Polgreen, John; Gotlieb, Jules

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Sport, Politics,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Toronto, Liberty Weekly of Canada, Ltd: 1937

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Fair

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 301g3420

Keywords: Liberty Magazine, September 18, 1937 - Canadian Edition: Why the Russians Want the North Pole young lady on bicycle; Editorial - What Price Modern Education?; The World Goes Smash - novel by Samuel Hopkins Adams; Why the Russians Want the North Pole - by famous explorer Vilhjalmur Stefansson; Call Me Jim - the private life of James A. Farley - new, surprising facts concerning the jovial wheel-horse of the New Deal (part 1); The Talking Horse (humour); Casanova's Women - Henriette, and things the great lover left out of his memoirs; What it Takes to Make World Champs - article by Joe McCarthy, Manager of the World Champion New York Yankees (with small photo of author); Blackrock Landing (short story); Bright Danger (fiction); A New York Doctor Changes His Life - the anonymous but true story of a famous physician's who learned that money was not so important after all; Design for Dying (short story); 2/3-page illustrated Williams Luxury Shaving Cream ad shows tennis player "Big" Bill Tilden in action; Crossword completed in pencil on page 50; Horror Outside the Wall - a Chinese Mystery; Ventriloquist Peggy Hudson; The Glass Bracelet (short story); Nice illustrated ad for Iver Johnson Shotguns, manufactured at Cobourg, Ontario,