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Fortune Magazine.  1942 - 05.
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Fortune Magazine. 1942 - 05.

By WORLD WAR II) Ships, Britain, front lines, etc.

New York.: Time.. Volume XXV. Number 5.. 05- 1942.. May 1942 complete issue of magazine, profusely illustrated in color and black and white, 183 pages, 14 x 11 1/2 inches, color pictorial paper wrappers as issued. Fascinating wartime edition. Bumping to head and tail of spine, creasing to front cover, part of page 181/2 has been cut out. Otherwise in very good condition. This issue features a striking cover illustration of a ship seen through the periscope of a submarine. Many interesting articles in this beautiful magazine publication, plus elegant color and black and white advertisements. Articles include "The New Bottleneck: Ships", "Round Two in Russia", "The Anatomy of Public Spending", and "Our Moral Chaos". .

$45.00

Fortune Magazine.  1933 - 07.
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Fortune Magazine. 1933 - 07.

By JAPAN / BERTHA LUM / SILVER) Lum, Bertha. (cover illustration). Color map by C.H. Appleton.

Time.. Volume VIII, Number 1.. 07- 1933.. July 1933 complete issue of Fortune magazine, profusely illustrated in color and black and white, 124 pages, 14 x 11 1/2 inches, color pictorial paper wrappers as issued. Very slight crease at upper right corner and light soiling to back cover, but overall this magazine is in fine condition. A beautiful bright copy. Interesting articles include: "The Reign of Meiji ...forty-five amazing years during which Japan jumpred out of the feudal age into the industrial present"; article on silver with double page decorative color map by C. H. Appleton "Silver World Production and Consumption." The article on the Owens-Illinois company includes a black and white diagram by Richard Edes Harrison showing the bottle making process. The color cover illustration of a Japanese weaver is by Bertha Lum, whose Japanese woodblock prints are most sought after. .

$75.00

Fortune Magazine.  1937 - 11.
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Fortune Magazine. 1937 - 11.

By LABOR AND STRIKES / RAILWAY - SOUTHERN PACIFIC / NEIMANMARCUS) Freed, Maurice (cover illus).

NY.: Time.. 11- 1937. Volume XVI. Number 5.. November 1937 complete issue of magazine, profusely illustrated in color and b/w, 232pp, folio, color pictorial paper wrappers as issued. Moderate toning to back cover, light crease to upper right corner on front cover; overall very good condition. Many interesting articles in this beautiful publication, plus elegant color and b/w advertisements. Articles include "The Industrial War" with photos of industry vs. labor violence, "The Southern Pacific Co", "Dallas in Wonderland" about Neiman-Marcus in Texas and "Painting Restoration". Two page color illustration by Lasslo Moholy-Nagy. Cover illustration of night time city scene by Maurice Freed. Red black and white ad for Texas, "Texas Means Business" by Pioneer Railroad of the Southwest.Founded by Henry Luce (who had, with partner Briton Hadden, founded Time magazine in 1923), Luce declared of Fortune magazine that "American business has importance - even majesty - so the magazine in which we are able to interpret it will look and feel important - even majestic." .

$55.00

Fortune Magazine.  1942 - 01.
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Fortune Magazine. 1942 - 01.

By BOLIVIA / HITLER / WORLD MAP) Jacobs, Fenno (cover illus). Richard Edes Harrison.

NY.: Time.. Volume XXV. Number 1.. 01- 1942.. January 1942 complete issue of magazine, profusely illustrated in color and black and white, 159pp, folio (14 x 11 1/4 inches), color pictorial paper wrappers as issued. Front cover: crease to top right corner, rubbing to lower spine edge, two-inch white streak nearby. Overall very good condition. Many interesting articles in this beautiful publication, plus elegant color and black and white advertisements. Articles include in-depth one on Bolivia, "The Presidency," article on Europe under Hitler, and article on the Anaconda copper works. Founded by Henry Luce (who had, with partner Briton Hadden, founded Time magazine in 1923), Luce declared of Fortune magazine that "American business has importance - even majesty - so the magazine in which we are able to interpret it will look and feel important - even majestic." .

$25.00

Fortune Magazine.  1938 - 12.
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Fortune Magazine. 1938 - 12.

By GENERAL MOTORS / COCA-COLA / MUSEUM OF MODERN ART) Petruccelli, Antonio (cover illustration). Harrison, Richard

NY.: Time.. Volume XVIII. Number 6.. 12- 1938.. December 1938 complete issue of magazine, profusely illustrated in color and black and white, 174pp, 14 x 11 inches, color pictorial paper wrappers as issued. Covers and cocked spine have worn edges, with small tears and abrasions to fore edges; signature in pen on front cover. All fore corners have creases and three of the corners are chipped. Interior is in very good condition. Many fascinating articles in this publication, plus beautiful color and black and white advertisements. Articles include: "The Debutante," about the vanishing high society of New York, and "The Coca-Cola Industry," which focuses on the extraordinary profitability of the company and also provides details of the manufacturing process of its product. "A New Jersey drug manufacturer treats the coca leaves according to a process owned by the Coca-Cola Co. and produces as separate end products both the extract and cocaine. In the presence of a government official he burns the surplus cocaine not taken by licensed suppliers to the medical profession." There is also an elegant sketch map by Richard Edes Harrison showing General Motors' 110 manufacturing plants on six continents. Fortune was founded by Henry Luce (who had, with partner Briton Hadden, founded Time magazine in 1923. Luce declared of Fortune magazine that "American business has importance - even majesty - so the magazine in which we are able to interpret it will look and feel important - even majestic." .

$45.00

Fortune Magazine.  1939 - 09.
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Fortune Magazine. 1939 - 09.

By PHONOGRAPH RECORDS / CHEMOTHERAPY / CALIFORNIA MAP BY RICHARDEDES HARRISON) Herbert Bayer. (cover illus). Harrison, Richard Edes

NY.: Time.. 09- 1939. Volume XX. Number 3.. September 1939 complete issue of magazine, profusely illustrated in color and black and white, 152pp, 14 x 11 1/2 inches, color pictorial paper wrappers as issued. Worn covers with rubbing to spine and front, toned edges, small abrasions and bumped corners on front cover, 1 inch split to tail of spine, Seattle library stamp near front upper right margin. Interior in very good condition. Many interesting articles in this beautiful publication, plus elegant color and black and white advertisements. Articles include "the Vatican" with full page color illustrations, "Cure by Chemicals" about chemotherapy, article on PGE with black and white full page map of central California The Land of P.G.& E. by Richard Edes Harrison, "Phonograph Records". There is an advertisement for Bakelite products. Cover illustration by Herbert Bayer. Founded by Henry Luce (who had, with partner Briton Hadden, founded Time magazine in 1923), Luce declared of Fortune magazine that "American business has importance - even majesty - so the magazine in which we are able to interpret it will look and feel important - even majestic." .

$30.00

Fortune Magazine.  1938 - 01.
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Fortune Magazine. 1938 - 01.

By RAILWAYS - PULLMAN CO. / PERU / TOLEDO ART MUSEUM) Petruccelli, Antonio (cover illus).

NY.: Time.. 01- 1938. Volume XVII. Number 1.. January 1938 complete issue of magazine, profusely illustrated in color and black and white, 14 x 11 1/2 inches, 168pp, color pictorial paper wrappers as issued. Cocked spine with rubbed edges, light soiling to back cover; overall very good condition. Many interesting articles in this beautiful publication, plus elegant color and b/w advertisements. Articles include "Pullman Incorporated". Full page color ad by Thompson Products featuring a propeller plane, "...On Time Over Cheyenne (United Air Lines - 1938) Douglas DC-4...". Cover illustration of neon signs with a clock in the center by Antonio Petruccelli.Founded by Henry Luce (who had, with partner Briton Hadden, founded Time magazine in 1923), Luce declared of Fortune magazine that "American business has importance - even majesty - so the magazine in which we are able to interpret it will look and feel important - even majestic." .

$65.00

Fortune Magazine.  1933 - 11.
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Fortune Magazine. 1933 - 11.

By LIQUOR / LOBSTERS / MAINE PICTORIAL MAP) Ball, Robert (cover illustration). Kirkpatrick, W.A.B.

Time.. 11 - 1933. Volume VIII. Number 5.. November 1933 complete issue of magazine, profusely illustrated in color and b/w, 158pp, folio, color pictorial paper wrappers as issued. Damage to pages 87/88 and 89/90, affecting an advertisement and one page of the article on the endocrine glands; light crinkling and discoloration to interior upper left edge of sheets. Magazine was bound with loss of spine; some discoloration to back cover. Many interesting articles in this beautiful publication with striking lithographic cover, plus elegant color and black and white advertisements. Articles include; "Perhaps You've Never Been Introduced to a Lobster" about lobsters with full page color pictorial map of Maine by W.A.B. Kirkpatrick, articles about whiskey including "National Distillers Products Corp." and "Hiram Walker & $5,000,000", and articles about Cannon, the bath towel company, with color and black and white illustrations. Cover illustration of fox hunting by Robert Ball. Founder Henry Luce (who had, with partner Briton Hadden, founded Time magazine in 1923), Luce declared of Fortune magazine that "American business has importance - even majesty - so the magazine in which we are able to interpret it will look and feel important - even majestic." .

$65.00

Fortune Magazine.  1936 - 06.
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Fortune Magazine. 1936 - 06.

By PHILADELPHIA / PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD) Antonio Petruccelli (cover illus). Harrison, Richard Edes

NY.: Time Fortune.. 06- 1936Volume XIII. Number 6.. June 1936 complete issue of magazine, profusely illustrated in color and black and white, 212pp, folio, color pictorial paper wrappers as issued. Light wear and soiling to covers, rolling to spine, interior clean and tight (short tear and fold to one interior page). Many interesting articles in this beautiful publication, plus elegant color and black and white advertisements. Articles include "Pennsylvania Railroad" part II with a double page color map by Richard Edes Harrison, "R.M.S. Queen Mary" with color photo illustrations of the ship, article on Philadelphia with black and white map "Work & Leisure Philadelphia" by Ernest Hamlin Baker Beautiful ads include one for the Lincoln "on the storm king highway" and a "Pasadena prefers Packards." A voting themed cover by Antonio Petruccelli. Founded by Henry Luce (who had, with partner Briton Hadden, founded Time magazine in 1923), Luce declared of Fortune magazine that "American business has importance - even majesty - so the magazine in which we are able to interpret it will look and feel important - even majestic." .

$110.00

Fortune Magazine.  1936 - 03.
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Fortune Magazine. 1936 - 03.

By (NEW YORK CITY / STEEL / PHILIP MORRIS / AUTOGIRO) Cosgrave II, John O'Hara (cover illus). Harrison, Richard Edes

NY.: Time.. 03- 1936. Volume XII. Number 3.. March 1936 complete issue of magazine, profusely illustrated in color and black and white, 208 pages, folio, color pictorial paper wrappers as issued. Light bump to lower right corner, overall very good condition. Many interesting articles in this beautiful publication, plus elegant color and black and white advertisements. Articles include "Manhattan Night Life" with color illustrations, an article about Philip Morris & Co., "Autogiro: Rebirth", and "The Corporation" about U.S. Steel. Full page ads include red black and white Chesapeake and Ohio Lines ad with Chessie, and great color De Soto ad "Florida Highlights Sketched in and Around Miami by Floyd Davis" (p.37. Cover illustration depicting electrical towers by John O'Hara Cosgrave II. Founded by Henry Luce (who had, with partner Briton Hadden, founded Time magazine in 1923), Luce declared of Fortune magazine that "American business has importance - even majesty - so the magazine in which we are able to interpret it will look and feel important - even majestic." .

$45.00

Fortune Magazine.  1936 - 07.
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Fortune Magazine. 1936 - 07.

By FRUIT / COLUMBIA ) Petruccelli, A. (cover illus).

NY.: Time.. 07- 1936. Volume XIV. Number 1.. July 1936 complete issue of magazine, profusely illustrated in color and black and white, 164 pages, folio, color pictorial paper wrappers as issued. Creasing to cover edges, light wear to covers, interior in good condition. Many interesting articles in this beautiful publication, plus elegant color and black and white advertisements. Articles include "A Portfolio of Modern Tapestries" with color illustrations, "Mr. Junior's Beneficences: An Audit" about John D. Rockefeller Jr, an article about the California Fruit Growers Exchange, "The Constitution of the United States", "Yellow Truck & Coach", and "Columbia Summer Session" about Columbia University". Cover illustration depicting fireworks by A. Petruccelli. Founded by Henry Luce (who had, with partner Briton Hadden, founded Time magazine in 1923), Luce declared of Fortune magazine that "American business has importance - even majesty - so the magazine in which we are able to interpret it will look and feel important - even majestic." .

$35.00

Fortune Magazine.  1937 - 06.  June.
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Fortune Magazine. 1937 - 06. June.

By NEW YORK - WALL STREET) Petruccelli, Antonio (cover illus). Richard Edes Harrison

NY.: Time Fortune.. 06- 1937.. June 1937 complete issue of magazine, profusely illustrated in color and black and white, folio, color pictorial paper wrappers as issued. The cover is in very good condition with just a little crease to the outer lower corner and little stain to upper left corner and tiny spot in image (only noticable on very close examination). The interior of the magazine has suffered water damage to the lower right corner throughout with some loss to sheets. The cover is in very good condition (as noted) with good color and would look very handsome framed. The cover illustration is the iconic illustration of ticker tape (used to transmit stock price information over telegraph lines) by Antonio Petrucelli. Many interesting articles in this beautiful publication, plus elegant color and black and white advertisements. Articles include one on Wall Street illustrated over four pages in black and white with drawings of buildings on the north and south sides of Wall Street with major tenants marked by floor - a who's who of American business. This is by Richard Edes Harrison whose work as a mapmaker would be a powerful cultural influence during World War II. Founded by Henry Luce (the co-founder of Time magazine in 1923), Luce declared of Fortune magazine that "American business has importance - even majesty - so the magazine in which we are able to interpret it will look and feel important - even majestic." .

$125.00

Fortune Magazine.  1936 - 02.
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Fortune Magazine. 1936 - 02.

By FLORIDA - PALM BEACH / JEWS IN AMERICA / DOUBLEDAY DORANetc.) Cook, John A. (cover illus).

NY.: Time Fortune.. Volume XIII. Number 2.. 02- 1936.. February 1936 complete issue of magazine, profusely illustrated in color and black and white, 184pp, folio (14 x 11 1/4 inches), color pictorial paper wrappers as issued. Tiny chip to lower right corner, overall very good condition. Many interesting articles in this beautiful publication, plus elegant color and black and white advertisements. Articles: Interstate Trucking, Palm Beach with color illustrations by J. W. Golinkin, this article juxtaposed with article "Family on Relief" about a family impoverished by the Depression; Gold: 1936; Doubleday, Doran & Co.; Jews in America; U.S. Gypsum, etc. Color ad for Chesapeake and Ohio Lines "To You from America's Sleepheart". Cover illustration of a telescope and outer space by John A. Cook. Founded by Henry Luce (who had, with partner Briton Hadden, founded Time magazine in 1923), Luce declared of Fortune magazine that "American business has importance - even majesty - so the magazine in which we are able to interpret it will look and feel important - even majestic." .

$45.00

Fortune Magazine.  1934 - 04.
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Fortune Magazine. 1934 - 04.

By LUMBER / RENO NEVADA) Petruccelli, A. (cover illus). William Longyear; et al (illus).

NY.: Time-Fortune.. 04- 1934. Volume IX. Number 4.. April 1934 complete issue of magazine, profusely illustrated in color and black and white, 210pp, folio, color pictorial paper wrappers as issued. Exterior very worn with loss to edges and discoloration, long splits to spine, interior in good readable condition. Many interesting articles in this beautiful publication with striking lithographic cover, plus elegant color and black and white advertisements. Articles include; "Bunyan in Broadcloth: The House of Weyerhaeuser" with double page color map by William Longyear showing the Weyerhaeuser empire across the U.S. with inset detailed map of the Northwest, "For It Was Indeed He", an article about juvenile books including the Rover Boys, the Nancy Drew series, etc., the fifty-cent juvenile, Edward Stratemeyer and the 3 main publishers with color illustrations, "Mr. Roosevelt's Men" with a black and white astronomical style map of the "Federal Firmament Under the New Deal" by Ernest Hamlin Baker, and "Passion in the Desert" about Reno with double paged sidebar on divorce; "Divorce: Where, How and to What Avail". Cover illustration of a saw cutting logs by A. Petruccelli. Full page ads include color ad for French Line illustrated by Eric, striking color ad for Auburn, an ad for Successful Farming magazine with color illustration of a golfer by Charleson, and an ad for La Corona cigars with a "Tobacco Map of Cuba". Founded by Henry Luce (who had, with partner Briton Hadden, started Time magazine in 1923), Luce declared of Fortune magazine that "American business has importance - even majesty - so the magazine in which we are able to interpret it will look and feel important - even majestic." .

$35.00

Fortune Magazine.  1936 - 08.
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Fortune Magazine. 1936 - 08.

By HOME BUILDING / POLO / JOHN DEERE etc) Grodin, A.J. (cover illus). Harrison, Richard Edes (illus).

NY.: Time-Fortune.. 08- 1936. Volume XIV. Number 2.. August 1936 complete issue of magazine, profusely illustrated in color and black and white, 168pp, folio, color pictorial paper wrappers as issued. Light wear to cover edges with tiny nick to right edge and light creasing at lower right corner, overall good to very good condition. Many interesting articles in this beautiful publication, plus elegant color and black and white advertisements. Articles include "Nabisco" which discusses how the Ritz cracker saved the National Biscuit Company from rivals, taxes and striking workers, "Deere & Co." about the John Deere tractor company in its 99th year and "Polo Mean $25,000" regarding the heirarchy of the sport of Polo. An article "Unfit for Modern Motor Traffic" about the US Highway System (what's new?) is illustrated with graphics by Richard (Edes) Harrison. Full page color ad for the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway plus many other great advertisements including a black and white add for "Black and White" blended Scotch Whisky featuring two adorable scottie dogs. Cover illustration of laborers working on a rural home by A. J. Grodin. Founded by Henry Luce (who had, with partner Briton Hadden, founded Time magazine in 1923), Luce declared of Fortune magazine that "American business has importance - even majesty - so the magazine in which we are able to interpret it will look and feel important - even majestic." .

$45.00

Fortune Magazine.  1930 - 06.
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Fortune Magazine. 1930 - 06.

By UNITED STATES NAVY / COTTON / CHEMICAL INDUSTRY) Benton, Thomas Hart (color ills).

NY.: Time Fortune.. Volume I. Number 5.. 06- 1930.. June 1930 complete issue of magazine, profusely illustrated in color and black and white, 152 pages, 14 x 11 1/2 inches, color pictorial paper wrappers as issued. Light wear and soiling to covers, spine is slightly cocked (on an angle), interior in very good condition. An early issue of this justly famed periodical with many interesting articles, plus elegant color and black and white advertisements. Topics covered include "The Power of the U.S. Fleet" ("about half Great Britain's") and extensive coverage of the cotton industry with two color illustrations by Thomas Hart Benton and many other color illustrations. The cover illustration of a chemical researcher relates to the article "12 Chemists." As usual there are many elegant color advertisements for cars (Cadillac) boats (Dodge boats), planes (striking color ad for Fokker) and other luxury items just a few months into the Depression. There is also a multi-page advertisement by the Northern Pacific Railway. .

$45.00

Fortune Magazine.  1937 - 04.
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Fortune Magazine. 1937 - 04.

By AVIATION / SPAIN / COLORADO) Baker, Ernest Hamlin (cover illus).

NY.: Time.. 04- 1937. Volume XV. Number 4.. April 1937 complete issue of magazine, 14 x 11 1/4 inches profusely illustrated in color and black and white, 208pp, folio, color pictorial paper wrappers as issued. Light wear to covers, spine is cocked (slanted), interior and cover illustration very good. Many interesting articles in this beautiful publication, plus elegant color and black and white advertisements. Articles include "Koppers," detailing mysterious Koppers United Co. and the "coke oven"; airport safety with illustrations by Richard Edes Harrison, including one of the New York / Newark area; "Background of War: II: The Struggle in Spain with illustrations and map in color; the Colorado Aquaduct; Nash-Kelvinator "The reasons for a $59,000,000 merger of electric refrigeratos, ice-cream cabinets, washing machines, air-conditioning units, and Nash and Lafayette cars"; the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. Striking full page color ad for Cadillac-Fleetwood V, for the Lincoln Zephyr V-12 plus many other great advertisements. Cover illustration depicting an air-control tower with search light and plane by Ernest Hamlin Baker. Founded by Henry Luce (who had, with partner Briton Hadden, founded Time magazine in 1923), Luce declared of Fortune magazine that "American business has importance - even majesty - so the magazine in which we are able to interpret it will look and feel important - even majestic." .

$35.00

Fortune Magazine. 1932 - 04.

By UNITED AIRPLANE / BOOKDEALERS / WRIGLEY GUM) Baker, Ernest Hamlin (cover illustration).

NY.: Time Fortune.. Volume V. Number 4.. 04- 1932.. April 1932 complete issue of magazine, profusely illustrated in color and black and white, 138 pages, 14 x 11 1/2 inches, color pictorial paper wrappers as issued. Complete but in fair condition. Wear and staining to covers, lower right corner bumped with several corners creased. Interior is clean and tight. Topics covered in this elegant business journal include housing ("How Much House for a Dollar"); the "No. 1 Airplane Company...United Aircraft and Transport"; "Merchant to Collectors...Dr. Abraham Simon Wolf Rosenbach, whose inventory is larger than Macy's" with eight full page color illustrations of important books and maps from this renowned bookdealer to the wealthy; William Wrigley Jr. the chewing gum magnate (with small photo illustrations by Margaret Bourke-White). As usual there are many elegant advertisements for cars, boats, planes and other luxury items. The striking color cover by Ernest Hamlin Baker strikingly depicts the work of constructing roads. .

$25.00

Fortune Magazine.  1941 - 05.
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Fortune Magazine. 1941 - 05.

By CHINA / WINE) Petruccelli, Antonio (cover illus).

NY.: Time.. 05- 1941. Volume XXIII. Number 5.. May 1941 complete issue of magazine, profusely illustrated in color and black and white, 180 pages, folio, color pictorial paper wrappers as issued. Spine is rolled with some light abrasion, there are several pages removed from the advertisement section at the front of the magazine, articles complete and in very good condition; cover image in very good condition. (Stock photo of cover). Of particular interest is the black and white photo illustrated article: "The China Trade - the biggest potential market on earth is ripe for the U.S." Other interesting articles include: "The Great Wine Boom - with consumption skyrocketing and imports cut U.S. vintners are cashing in. Don't look apologetic when you ask for domestic wines. Some are excellent" and "How America Can Take the Offensive. Against total war the only defense is attack." Founded by Henry Luce (who had, with partner Briton Hadden, founded Time magazine in 1923). Luce declared of Fortune magazine that "American business has importance - even majesty - so the magazine in which we are able to interpret it will look and feel important - even majestic." .

$48.00

Fortune Magazine.  1932 - 04.
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Fortune Magazine. 1932 - 04.

By UNITED AIRPLANE / BOOKDEALERS / WRIGLEY GUM) Baker, Ernest Hamlin (cover illustration).

NY.: Time Fortune.. Volume V. Number 4.. 04- 1932.. April 1932 complete issue of magazine, profusely illustrated in color and black and white, 138 pages, 14 x 11 1/2 inches, color pictorial paper wrappers as issued. Tiny spot in lower right margin of front cover, previous owner's name written neatly in pen on cover (by date), over all very good condition. Topics covered in this elegant business journal include housing ("How Much House for a Dollar"); the "No. 1 Airplane Company...United Aircraft and Transport"; "Merchant to Collectors...Dr. Abraham Simon Wolf Rosenbach, whose inventory is larger than Macy's" with eight full page color illustrations of important books and maps from this renowned bookdealer to the wealthy; William Wrigley Jr. the chewing gum magnate (with small photo illustrations by Margaret Bourke-White). As usual there are many elegant advertisements for cars, boats, planes and other luxury items. The striking color cover by Ernest Hamlin Baker strikingly depicts the work of constructing roads. .

$45.00

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