Salute Magazine, December (Dec..) 1947, Vol. 2, No. 12 - Prejudice Was the Toughest Fight for Champion Boxer Joe Louis


50 pages. Great cover photo of Dusty Anderson; Features: My Toughest Fight - Boxer Joe Louis tells what it means to have a black skin and be champion of the world - major article with many great photos; No Wonder They Dropped Dead - modern marksmen say the old bad men of the saloon wars could only hit opponents at point-blank range; He Keeps Broadway On Its Feet - Dr. Horace Worrell takes care of the feet of dancers; We Almost Lost the Air War - photo-illustrated revelations of the handicaps our airmen had to overcome to make daylight bombing a success; New Yorkers are Nuts; Insurgent Senator - Republican Wayne Morse confounds his Oregon constituents by voting like a New Deal Democrat; How to Live with a Pregnant Woman; Colorado's "Atom-Proof" Canyon - great photo-illustrated article on Dr. M. Doreal and the Brotherhood of the White Temple, 35 miles southwest of Denver; If You Have To Get a Job - tips to help you get a job; Basketball's Babe Ruth - Super photo-illustrated article on Joe Fulks of Philadelphia; The Readjustment of Winnie - Vic Herman's cartoon cutie is now a civilian; Gertie (Gertrude Niesen) - Broadway's most fascinating fixture; London's Crime Wave - Eugene Messina is finally caught/London Police still refuse to carry gund; Sightless Swordsmen - photo-illustrated article on blind fencers; There's No Business Like Band Business - to become a singer with a name band you need a voice and a low-cut evening gown; Mr. Lewis' Miners; Movie of the Month - "Green Dolphin Street"; The Great Gibberisher - Tobacco Auctioneer Edgar A. Boone of Lexington, Kentucky; Frauleins as Cops - Germany trains female law-enforcement corps; Meet the Winner of Salute's Beauty Contest - 19-year-old Pat Geraghty of Houston, Texas; Coal miner cartoons by Tom Flannery; Speaking of Parties - photos from events organized by Atwater Kent and Earl Carroll; Gorgeous photo of Margaret Stohn, with zanies Vic Herman and Leisentritt in background; Handsome color back cover ad for Hammonton Park men's clothing; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Light age-toning to contents. A nice vintage copy.

Title: Salute Magazine, December (Dec..) 1947, Vol. 2, No. 12 - Prejudice Was the Toughest Fight for Champion Boxer Joe Louis

Author: Louis, Joe; Manookian, S.; Henderson, B.; Hutton, B.; Dugan, J.; Neuberger, R.; Marshall, R.; Patricoff, M.; Keeley, J.; Orr, J.; Falconer, B.; Byrne, H.; Et al

Illustrator: Herman, Vic; Gordon, Ramon; Hill, J.; Davis, J.H.; Flannery, Tom

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Sport, Military,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, Vet Publishers, Inc.: 1947

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Very Good

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 302g3968

Keywords: Salute Magazine, December (Dec..) 1947, Vol. 2, No. 12 - Prejudice Was the Toughest Fight for Joe Louis Dusty Anderson; Features: My Toughest Fight - Boxer Joe Louis tells what it means to have a black skin and be champion of the world - major article with many great photos; No Wonder They Dropped Dead - modern marksmen say the old bad men of the saloon wars could only hit opponents at point-blank range; He Keeps Broadway On Its Feet - Dr. Horace Worrell takes care of the feet of dancers; We Almost Lost the Air War - photo-illustrated revelations of the handicaps our airmen had to overcome to make daylight bombing a success; New Yorkers are Nuts; Insurgent Senator - Republican Wayne Morse confounds his Oregon constituents by voting like a New Deal Democrat; How to Live with a Pregnant Woman; Colorado's "Atom-Proof" Canyon - great photo-illustrated article on Dr. M. Doreal and the Brotherhood of the White Temple, 35 miles southwest of Denver; If You Have To Get a Job - tips to help you get a job; Basketball's Babe Ruth - Super photo-illustrated article on Joe Fulks of Philadelphia; The Readjustment of Winnie - Vic Herman's cartoon cutie is now a civilian; Gertie (Gertrude Niesen) - Broadway's most fascinating fixture; London's Crime Wave - Eugene Messina is finally caught/London Police still refuse to carry gund; Sightless Swordsmen - photo-illustrated article on blind fencers; There's No Business Like Band Business - to become a singer with a name band you need a voice and a low-cut evening gown; Mr. Lewis' Miners; Movie of the Month - "Green Dolphin Street"; The Great Gibberisher - Tobacco Auctioneer Edgar A. Boone of Lexington, Kentucky; Frauleins as Cops - Germany trains female law-enforcement corps; Meet the Winner of Salute's Beauty Contest - 19-year-old Pat Geraghty of Houston, Texas; Coal miner cartoons by Tom Flannery; Speaking of Parties - photos from events organized by Atwater Kent and Earl Carroll; Gorgeous photo of Margaret Stohn, with zanies Vic Herman and Leisentritt in background; Handsome color back cover ad for Hammonton Park men's Clothing Black Interest Prejudice Discrimination,