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Image for Look - America's Family Magazine, August (Aug.) 24, 1954 - The Boss of Quebec / The Mighty Kluszewski

Look - America's Family Magazine, August (Aug.) 24, 1954 - The Boss of Quebec / The Mighty Kluszewski

By: Joseph Doyle; Jay N. Darling; Allan Nevins; W.C. Bullitt; Craig Thompson; N.V. Peale; Vaeth, J.G.; Cohane, T.; Et al

Price: $129.95

Publisher: USA, Cowles Magazines: 1954

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 201h0193

Condition: Fair


96 pages. Features: Cover Photo of Elizabeth Taylor with son; Old Gold cigarette ad inside front cover features hound dog; Bell Telephone ad illustrates their solar battery which generates electricity from sunlight; Wonderful color Texaco ad shows dalmation puppies being towed behind boat; Nice Elgin watch ad; Great color ad for Ford's 1954 Sunliner, Skyliner and staton wagons; Totally awesome one-page color-photo ad for Fisher Body shows fashionable dame in Palm Springs with red Chevrolet convertible; Nice one-page color ad for movie "The Black Shield of Falworth"; Edward R. Murrow -... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, August (Aug.) 21, 1954: Our Daughter Had Polio / They Hit Red China Where it Hurt

The Saturday Evening Post, August (Aug.) 21, 1954: Our Daughter Had Polio / They Hit Red China Where it Hurt

By: Reiten, Grace; Jarman, Rufus; Whiting, A.; Carter, Hodding; Yoder, Robert; Lyons, L.; Et al

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis Publishing Company: 1954

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 201h0775

Condition: Fair


116 pages. Features: Great Rockwell cover illustration of excavator attempting to dig up kid's baseball field in a vacant lot; Our daughter had polio - Kay Reiten had to be treated in an iron lung; Don't sneer at the catfish - great article on the popular catfish with photo of Leon Bishop and Carl Yarbrough holding huge catfish they hauled out of the Tallahatchie River, near Abbeville, MS, with their bare hands; They Hit Red China Where it Hurt - over 4,000 Chinese Communists surrendered in Korea, allowing them a chance to explain why they swallowed Communism, and how Mao's tyranny can be def... View more info