The Saturday Evening Post, December 27, 1952 - What I Learned From the Russians; / "21" Restaurant in New York

Lynch, James Charles; Cloete, Stuart; Black, Dorothy; Murphy, Robert; Stevenson, Frank M.; Wertenbaker, Charles; Spence, Hartzell; Pringle, Henry; Katherine; Metzner, Lt. Comdr. Franklin; Higgins, Marguerite; Perry, G.; McGivern, W.; Cottrell, D.

Published by The Curtis Publishing Company, USA, 1952
Magazine / Periodical Condition: Fair Soft cover
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76 pages. Fiction: The Lady Wasn't Bashful; The Cradle; Men are Naturally Dangerous; The Killer of Hourglass Lake; The Magic Afternoon; The Big Heat (part 1 of 7); The Secret of the Purple Reefs (part 4 of 8). Articles: Our Baby Was Born Blind; Manhattan's Haughtiest Eatery - "21"; The Mystery of the Private Chapel - at Bailey's Harbor, WI; Congress Vs. the Plunging Neckline - photo of Mrs. Winfield Smart and family of Falls Church, VA; I Fly the Night Skies Over Korea - Lt. Comdr. Franklin Metzner, USN flys blind night after night hunting the Reds, dodging unmapped mountains and sweating through flak traps; What I Learned from the Russians - photo-illustrated article by Marguerite Higgins who was arrested by the Reds; The Town Where it Rains Money - color photos of Rockdale, Texas Where Alcoa is building a new plant; The Best Player I Ever Coached - Paul (Bear) Bryant on Bob Gain. Ads: Boeing's Project X; Detroit Diesel - with color photo of Budd rail diesel car; Campbell's Soup; Fantastic two-page color photo Seven-Up (7-up) ad; 1st Lieutenant Lloyd L. Burke, U.S. Army Medal of Honour winner is featured in a U.S. Defense Bond ad; Coke ad on back cover features the four seasons. Above-average but not excessive wear. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy. Bookseller Inventory # 357G2391

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Title: The Saturday Evening Post, December 27, 1952...

Publisher: The Curtis Publishing Company, USA

Publication Date: 1952

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Fair

Edition: First Edition.

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