National Home Monthly Magazine, September (Sept.) 1937 - Josef Stalin / Judge Hawley S. Mott


68 pages. Features: Cover illustration of lady golfer on blue background; Nice colour ad inside front cover for Chateau Cheeses; One-page Parker Pen ad mentions their "Full television ink supply'; "Nothing for Nothing and Very Little for Sixpence" - Rev. J. Richmond Craig; Canada's food manufacturing industries; The Honourable Amy (short story); Little Mother (short story); Robbers' Code (short story); Josef Stalin (part II) - photo-illustrated article on the cobbler's son who is mightier than all the Tsars; Mending Rifts in Home Sweet Home - Judge Hawley S. Mott and the Toronto Family Court; The Pied Piper of On-Track Gulch (short story); Only Let Me Live (short story); Senior Football and Sham Amateurs - football article with photos of "Brute" Strange, Gus Greco, and Coach Warren Stevens of the University of Toronto; Hollywood news includes photos of Sophie Tucker, Gracie Fields, Eddie Cantor, Christian Rube, and many more; Irene Dunne appears in Lux soap ad; Cooking article; Vintage Heinz ketchup one-page ad entitled "Not Only for beefeaters!"; Photo-illustrated fashion article; Sweet Caporals ad feature photo of racehorse "King Emperor", owned by Miss Diana Dawes of Montreal; World Sayings; Nice colour ads for Lifebuoy and Rinso inside back cover; Great colour ad for Westinghouse radios on back cover features illustration of old-time wood craftsman; and more. Average wear. Writing to bottom of front cover. A worthy copy of this nice vintage issue.

Title: National Home Monthly Magazine, September (Sept.) 1937 - Josef Stalin / Judge Hawley S. Mott

Author: Bloom, M & A.; Cunningham, L.; Kroll, H.; Lynde, F.; Colver; Ecker, M.; Knott, L.; Phayre, I.; Dingman, I.

Illustrator: Smith, Hal (cover); Smith, Ralph C.; Burke, May C.; Clymer, John F.; Fisk, Harry; Holmgren, John; Phillips, John

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Sport, Military,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Winnipeg, National Home Monthly / Stovel: 1937

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 201g4830

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