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The Readers Digest, January, 1947

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Book Description

Pleasantville, NY: The Reader's Digest Association, Inc., 1947. Some staining & light wear to covers. Very small tear on back hinge. Pgs are browning with age. Spine is tight; pgs are unmarked. Article titles incude: "Your Mind Can Keep You Young"; "Machines Without Men"; "I Starved for Science"; "Here's A New Way to Get the Dirt"; "The Arabs Live There Too"; "SDecrets by the Thousands"; "Fables of Churchill and the Carp"; "The Struggle for Germany"; "Are You Sure You're in Love"; "To Keep the Flu Bug From Biting"; "To Own the Streets and Fields"; and lots more. . Stapled Wraps. Good+.

Book Details

  • Bookseller: The Unskoolbookshop US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 010771
  • Title: The Readers Digest, January, 1947
  • Format/binding:Paperback
  • Book condition: Good+
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: The Reader's Digest Association, Inc.
  • Place: Pleasantville, NY
  • Date published: 1947
  • Keywords: Magazines, Ephemera
  • Bookseller catalogs: Ephemera;

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