The Saturday Evening Post, February (Feb.) 4, 1961 - Frank Lloyd Wright


98 pages. Short Stories: The Huntress; The Nightingales in Central Park; The Man Who Couldn't Kill; Caterwauling Company. Articles: Theives I Have Known - department store plainclotheswoman tells of her violent encounters with amateur and professional shoplifters; Adventures of the Mind - The Elusive Neutron; Great two-page color photo of Albany's Delmar Men's Orchestra rehearsing; Our Year of Escape - Ira and Patricia Spring and their kids fulfill their goal of spending a year in the Alps; England's Confusion on the Left - is the British Labour Party devouring itself in a Communist-backed 'civil war'?; Battles Under the Basket - photo-illustrated article on the pro basketball players who fight for rebounds - with photos of Gene Conley, Jack Twyman, Hub Reed, Si Green, Darrall Imhoff, Elgin Baylor, Jim Krebs, Alex Ellis, Bob Pettit, Wilt Chamberlain, Bill Russell and Kenny Sears; Frank Lloyd Wright - Definant Genius - The Years of Glory (conclusion) - photo-illustrated article; A Road Out of the Slums - New York City's bold attempt to provide culture for under-privileged children. Serials: Captives of the Storm (part 1 of 2); The Case of the Curious Spinster ( part 2 of 7). Ads: Fig Newton cookies (color photo ad inside front cover); Salem cigarettes - couple in wooded area; Puss'n Boots cat food; GTE answering machine; Two-page color ad for the Pontiac Safari Station Wagon (1961 Bonneville); Hammond Organs; Larson boats; Zenith stereos; Old Crow Bourbon; Lucky Strike cigarettes - photo of couple in meadow grass; Nice ad for the Oldsmobile Starfire features a red convertible; Dial soap; Nice color-photo one-page ad for Del E. Webb's Sun City development in Arizona; Centerfold ad for Philco home appliances includes photo of satellite; Florida tourism; Heinz Ketchup ad features sepia-toned photo of 1960 Masters and U.S. Open Champion Arnold Palmer; Two-page Caterpillar photo ad features a new nine-mile stretch of freeway at Pueblo Colorado and features photos of Jay Martin, George Fellows, Howard Butler, J. Marlowe Jensen, and Earl Beardsley; Color-photo Pitney-Bowes postage meter features shapely lady resembling Brigitte Bardot; Telephone Company ad features Parris Island recruits phoning home on Saturday night; De Beers ad features illustration of floral lady; Color ad for the renault Dauphone (red); Back cover ad for L&M cigarette's sweepstakes. Average wear. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy.

Title: The Saturday Evening Post, February (Feb.) 4, 1961 - Frank Lloyd Wright

Author: Hine, A.; Knowlton, R.; Murphy, R.; Chamberlain, W.; Crowe, Dorothy; Hughes, Donald J.; Spring, Patricia; Hauser, Ernest O.; Frank, Stanley; Farr, Finis; Rowan, Carl T.; Reese, J.; gardner, E.

Illustrator: Clymer, John (cover); Prohaska, Ray; De Mauro, Don; Lewicki, James;

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Architecture, Sport,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1961

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 202g4195

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