Daily Record (Monday, June 13, 1938): Boston's Home Picture Newspaper (Cover Headline: GIRL HIDES $1000 ON CANDY BANDIT)

Northeastern Publishing Company

Published by Northeastern Publishing Company, Boston, MA, 1938
Condition: Good Soft cover
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Overview and condition: complete issue comprising 32 pages, previously disbound from bound volume with four narrow punches to left blank margin; pages tanned, fragile and quite brittle, particularly along right fore-edges which show periodic tiny chips and short closed edge tears; corner-chipped; gentle pagination will still result in further edge chips and short closed edge tears. Published daily except Sunday, with headlines, lead stories and news items focused on murder, assorted criminal activity, and scandal, the issue also contains general news, columns (including Drew Pearson and Robert S. Allen "The Daily Washington Merry-Go-Round" and Harrison Carroll "Behind the Scenes in Movieland"), motion picture news and reviews, cartoon strips (including Mickey Mouse, Tillie the Toiler, Brick Bradford, Little Miss Muffet, Radio Patrol, Toots and Casper, Tarzan and the Forbidden City), serials, sports, vintage advertisements, all well-illustrated with photographs. Highlights include: cover story BANDIT TRICKED BY GIRL (on Schrafft restaurant's girl cashier Miss Beatrice Biladeau); Find Typer [typewriter] In [10-year-old Peter] Levine Kidnaping; Chief Justice [Arthur Prentice] Rugg Dies at His Sterling Home; Girl [Miss Rebecca S. Anderson] Found Dead In Canal With Car After Love Spat (with gruesome front-cover photo of recovered car with "foot of its dead owner protruding toward ground"); Partners Join In Vanderbilts' Gown Shop War (on Gloria Vanderbilt); Curious Flock to Nahant (to glimpse Anne Clark and John Roosevelt); [Joseph P.] Kennedy to Tip off F.R. [President Franklin Delano Roosevelt]; Act to Indict Boy Kidnapper (Franklin Pierce McCall, accused kidnap-slayer of Jimmy Cash); 2 Lost Girls Found; Father Shot, Hunt Bride: Cambridge Man Dying (on Martin Guida); Victim of Slugging Is Dead (Edward W. Griswold); Protect Schools from 'Isms' [Governor Charles F.] Hurley Asks: In Plea For Loyalty; Reds Told to Stress 'Rights' (on the Garland Fund); Hitler Aid [Rudolph Hess] in Warning: Czech Vote Peaceful; [Jim] Braddock Picks [Joe] Louis by K.O. Route: Sees Maxie [Max Schmeling] Workout (on upcoming June 22 fight); 35,000 See Sox Divide - [Elbie] Fletcher Hero as Bees Split Two; [Gerald] Walker Homer Wins Nightcap; Single in 10th Routs Cincinnati in Opener. Bookseller Inventory # 010046

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Title: Daily Record (Monday, June 13, 1938): ...

Publisher: Northeastern Publishing Company, Boston, MA

Publication Date: 1938

Binding: Newspaper

Book Condition:Good

Edition: 1st Edition

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