National Home Monthly Magazine, July 1934 - Travel for the Average Man / Modernizing Palestine


56 pages. Features: Colour Imperial (Oil) ad inside front cover features old-style gas pumps and bottled oil; Editorial topics include Preserving Balance, The Limit of Freedom, The Limit of Socialism, The Impasse, Adult Education, and Strong Medicine; Nice one-page ad for Waterman's pens features photo of artist Howard Chandler Christy; Travel for the Average Man - article which touches on the tough economic times of the day; Rain Before Seven (short story); Echo of Erin (short story); Modernizing the Land of the Master - great photo-illustrated article on Palestine; The Man Who Lived in Twilight (short story); The Native Returns - photo-illustrated article on Robert Watson's return to the place of his rural Scotland boyhood; One-page Pond's ad features photo of Mrs. Henry Field of Chicago; The Birth of a Novel (fiction); Nice one-page illustrated Ford car ad shows stylish coupe and traffic cop; Movie News includes photos of Margaret Sullavan, Douglas Montgomery, Rosemary Ames, W.C. Fields, Bing Crosby, Miriam Hopkins, Lionel Barrymore, Otto Kruger, Una Merkek, Harold Lloyd, Hugh Williams, Helen Twelvetrees, and more; Interesting one-page Lux ad features photo of gagged man; Palmolive ad includes photo of Gladys Swarthout; One-page ad features several Heinz food products; Two-page General Motors of canada ad says "Progress out of the Common Sense of Canadian Motorists"; Legal article; Investment news; Half-page Canadian National photo-ad features budget vacations in Eastern Canada; Cooking article; World Sayings; Chipso ad inside back cover includes colour photo of Mrs. R.L. Pine and her family, plus her black dishwasher Birdie (Bertha); and more. Above-average wear and soiling. Covers detached but present. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue.

Title: National Home Monthly Magazine, July 1934 - Travel for the Average Man / Modernizing Palestine

Author: Barnes, N.; Smith, W.; Cunningham, L.; Hardy, H.; Battey, G Jr.; Shepstone, H.; Watson, R.

Illustrator: Thorne, Diana; Holmgren, John; Clymer, John F.; Matteson, B.V.V.; Hunter, Graham

Categories: Judaica, Magazine Back Issues, Travel, Exploration & Adventure,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Winnipeg, National Home Monthly / Stovel: 1934

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Fair

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 201g4839

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