Country Gentleman Magazine - The Magazine for Better Farming, Better Living, July 1951 - How Hard Can You Corn a Farm?

By: Annett, R. Ross; MAyse, Arthur; et al

Price: $129.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Good


96 pages. Features: How hard can you corn a farm?; Storage miracle for root crops; Drought, varmints and rollbacks; Easier hay handling; Strawberry-patch revival; He's beating summer droughts; Better machines for better farming; Crazy about Kids (fiction); The Raiders (conclusion). Ads; Tide detergent; GMC trucks; B.F. Goodrich ad with photo of Lester Trogdon and Frank G. Boles near Liberal, KS; Willys Jeep ad with 4 photos; Ford tractor; Nice 7up color ad shows family on lawn with ice cream floats; Ford cars (color); International Harvester - featuring their national parts network; Case "Vac" tractor; Chrysler car; Ferguson tractor - accepts 63 Ferguson implements; De Laval milking equipment; U.S. Air Force 1/2 pag ad; Oliver 'radius curve' plowshare; New Holland baler ad with photo of Walter Hurlburt of Berkshire Co., MA; Homelite chainsaws (2-pages); Dodge farm trucks; Life-Time gates; Titan Bluestreak Chain Saws; Gillette razor ad with baseball player Al Rosen; Jim and Catherine Ensor are famed square dance callers; Studebaker car (color inside back cover); Camel cigarette ad on back cover features photos of twenty-five celebrities, cigarette in hand, including John Wayne and Dick Powell. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy.

Title: Country Gentleman Magazine - The Magazine for Better Farming, Better Living, July 1951 - How Hard Can You Corn a Farm?

Author: Annett, R. Ross; MAyse, Arthur; et al

Illustrator: Barnett, Isa

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Agriculture,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Curtis Pub Co: 1951

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 301h2261

Keywords: Country Gentleman Magazine - The Magazine for Better Farming, Better Living, July 1951 - How Hard Can You Corn a Farm? Storage miracle for root crops; Drought, varmints and rollbacks; Easier hay handling; Strawberry-patch revival; He's beating summer droughts; Better machines for better farming; Crazy about Kids (fiction); The Raiders (conclusion). Ads; Tide detergent; GMC trucks; B.F. Goodrich ad with photo of Lester Trogdon and Frank G. Boles near Liberal, KS; Willys Jeep ad with 4 photos; Ford tractor; Nice 7up color ad shows family on lawn with ice cream floats; Ford cars (color); International Harvester - featuring their national parts network; Case "Vac" tractor; Chrysler car; Ferguson tractor - accepts 63 Ferguson implements; De Laval milking equipment; U.S. Air Force 1/2 pag ad; Oliver 'radius curve' plowshare; New Holland baler ad with photo of Walter Hurlburt of Berkshire Co., MA; Homelite chainsaws (2-pages); Dodge farm trucks; Life-Time gates; Titan Bluestreak Chain Saws; Gillette razor ad with baseball player Al Rosen; Jim and Catherine Ensor are famed square dance callers; Studebaker car (color inside back cover); Camel cigarette ad on back cover features photos of twenty-five celebrities, cigarette in hand, including John Wayne and Dick Powell.,