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The Saturday Evening Post Magazine, November 12, 1949 - What Kind of Man is Stalin? / Minot, North Dakota by  et  Lt. Gen. Walter Bedell; al - Paperback - First Edition - 1949 - from RareNonFiction.com and Biblio.com

The Saturday Evening Post Magazine, November 12, 1949 - What Kind of Man is Stalin? / Minot, North Dakota

by Montanye, Harold; McNeil, Steve; Lamson, David; Dollar, Peter; Smith, Lt. Gen. Walter Bedell; al, et

Condition: Good


USA: Curtis. Paperback. 180 pages. Features: 1-page color ad for Timken tapered roller bearings; 1-page color ad for Lumite auto seat covers; 1/2-page color ad for Fatima cigarettes; 2-page color ad for General brand Winter-Cleat tires; Fantastic 1-page color ad for White Trucks features log-hauling scene; Nice color 2-page ad for General Electric radios and tvs; Nice color 1-page ad for Whitman's Samplers; What Kind of Man is Stalin? - Part 1 of 'My Three Years in Moscow - article with photos - the author met Stalin personally; The Innocent Buccaneer (fiction); How to Get Rich After Dark - photo-illustrated article on the men who fish the Gulf Stream off Florida; The Rebellious Age (fiction); Moutain Rescue Man - color-photo illustrated article on Ranger William Butler of Washington's Mount Rainier; The Woman Hater (fiction); John Pastore - Rhode Island's Little Firecracker - article with photo; Hilarious Memories of Albert J. Rothe "The Red Barber" who trimmed famous men such as Truman, Bradley, Byrnes, Leahy and Patton - article with photos; Anxious Night (fiction); Tuss McLaughry of Dartmouth's football program - article with photo; Collision Course (fiction); Feature article on Miinot, North Dakota, with photos; New York City's Food Trades Vocational High School - article with great color photos; The Doctor of Unkown Island (fiction); Photo-illustrated article on Jimmy Dunn of America's foreign service; *SENSATIONAL* full-page color-photo ad for the New Chrysler Town & Country in a bird hunting locale; That Ain't The Way I Saw It - former newspaperman Robert M. Yoder on the glamorous adventures thata befall a reporter in the radio serials; Fantastic two-page Borg-Warner ad highlights their products in the Ripley's Believe It or Not! format; U.S. Army photo-illustrated recruiting ad; Nice 1-page color ad for Old Gold cigarettes; 2-page color-photo ad for Sun-Maid Raisins; Borden's ad features Elsie the Cow; Nice 1-page color-illustrated ad for American Airlines; Magnavox TV ad; Nice photo-illustrated ad for Pullman cars; 1-page color ad for Rice Krispies; Two-page ad for Listerine and dandruff; Gorgeous 2-page color illustrated Chevrolet ad featuring a red Styleline De Luxe 4-Door Sedan; Auto-Lite Spark Plug ad features photos of Jane Wyman; Nice 2-page color-illustrated General Motors ad highlights the safety of their vehicles; Nice 1-page 2-color photo-illustrated ad for Eaton 2-speed axles features tank truck driver Mr. J.T. Ebling; Eveready battery ad features photos of Mr. Axel Lober, Mr. Everett Smith, Janice Winters and Mr. Sam C. Kuster; Nice 1-page photo illustrated ad for the Underwood All Electric Typewriter; Color ad for Crosley fridges; Nice color ad for Kraft Cocao Mix; Wonderful full-page color 7up (Seven-Up) ad features photo of a square dance scene; Color ad for Del Monte Catsup; Hydrox cookie ad; Color ad for Hamilton watches; 1-page 2-color ad for Red Heart dog food features photos of Lassie; Nice 1-page color ad for United Aircraft; Cream of Wheat ad features Li'l Abner cartoon; Full-page tire chain ad for American Chain & Cable Company; 1-page 2-color ad for Cavalier Cedar Chests; Statler Hotels ad features cartoon. Moderate wear. A sound vintage copy. This issue noteworthy for its many exceptional ads. . Good. 1949. First Edition.
  • Bookseller: RareNonFiction.com CA (CA)
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  • Title: The Saturday Evening Post Magazine, November 12, 1949 - What Kind of Man is Stalin? / Minot, North Dakota
  • Author: Montanye, Harold; McNeil, Steve; Lamson, David; Dollar, Peter; Smith, Lt. Gen. Walter Bedell; al, et
  • Format/binding: Paperback
  • Book condition: Used - Good
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Edition: First Edition
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Curtis
  • Place: USA
  • Date published: 1949
  • Keywords: John Maloney Virginia C. McNeill William L. Worden Samuel Lubell Albert J. Roethe Red Smith Mark Murphy Josef Israels II Ernest O. Hauser Robert M. Yoder Clarence Budington Kelland David Divine The Saturday Evening Post Magazine, November 12, 1949 - What
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