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The Saturday Evening Post.
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The Saturday Evening Post.

By DYLAN, BOB - POLITICAL) LeCarre, John.

Philadelphia.: Curtis Publishing Co.. 11-02- 1968.. November 2, 1968 complete issue of the magazine, color pictorial wrappers as issued, black and white illustrations, 86pp, 13 1/4 x 10 3/4 inches. Light wear to covers, mailing label at lower right corner, good condition. Two pages on Bob Dylan, "Enter the King, Bob Dylan." Six page article "Pop: The Royal Family" with color photos of everyone from Frank Zappa to Tiny Tim. Also: The Decline and Fall of the Democratic Party" and "Is Nixon really the one?. "What ritual is being observed tonight? by John Le Carre. .

$25.00

The Saturday Evening Post.  July 1966 - January 1967 bound volume.
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The Saturday Evening Post. July 1966 - January 1967 bound volume.

By DYLAN, BOB / THE BEATLES ) Steinbeck, John, et al.

Philadelphia.: Curtis Publishing Company.. 1966.. Bound volume containing issues July 2, 1966 through Special Issue (Dec. 7 - January 7, 1967) of the magazine (#s 14 to 27), library cloth binding (hardbound) 13 3/4 x 10 3/4 inches, with color pictorial wrappers bound in. Ex-library with minimal markings: library stamp and address label to each cover. Light wear and occasional creasing, long mended tear to December 3 front cover, small ink marks to a few covers; contents appear to be complete. HEAVY VOLUMES - WILL INCUR EXTRA SHIPPING CHARGE. A trip back to the sixties, not just the Mad Men take on it. A fascinating snapshot of sixties American popular culture. Articles include: "American and the Americans" by John Steinbeck; "Negroes Have A Right to Fight Back" by John Oliver Killens (with cover headline "Must Negroes Use Violence"); article on Bob Dylan "Well, What Have We Here" by Jules Siegel; articles "Auschwitz: The Worst That Ever Happened"; "Death in Our Air" (air pollution); "The Monarchs of the Beatle Empire", etc. HEAVY VOLUMES - WILL NEED EXTRA SHIPPING. .

$50.00

The Saturday Evening Post.  January - June 1966 bound volume.
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The Saturday Evening Post. January - June 1966 bound volume.

By HEMINGWAY) Asimov, Isaac, et al.

Philadelphia.: Curtis Publishing Company.. 1966.. Bound volume containing issues January 1 through June 18, 1966 of the magazine (#s 1 to 13), library cloth binding (hardbound) 13 3/4 x 10 3/4 inches, with color pictorial wrappers bound in. Ex-library with minimal markings: library stamp and address label to each cover. Light wear and occasional creasing; contents appear to be complete. A trip back to the sixties, not just the Mad Men take on it. A fascinating snapshot of sixties American popular culture. Articles include: "Papa Hemingway (in three parts); "Bing Crosby and His New Movie" (Stagecoach); "Our Dying Waters", "Sonny and Cher: They're What's Happening Baby" by Peter Bogdanovich, "Can Reagan Win California" etc. Fiction: Fantastic Voyage (in two parts) by Isaac Asimov. HEAVY VOLUME - WILL NEED EXTRA SHIPPING. .

$35.00

The Saturday Evening Post.  1939 - 08 - 05
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The Saturday Evening Post. 1939 - 08 - 05

By SHORT FICTION AND NON-FICTION) Rockwell, Norman (cover illus)

Philadelphia.: Curtis Publishing Company.. 08-05- 1939.. August 5, 1939 issue of the magazine, 84pp, 13 3/4 x 10 3/4 inches, in color pictorial wrappers as issued. Numerous articles: fiction and non-fiction. Extensive period advertising. Good condition: address label to upper right front cover, light soiling and edge wear to covers. Cover illustration by Norman Rockwell depicting a young woman preparing for her role as Queen Elizabeth. Numerous illustrated articles, both fiction and non-fiction, plus extensive full-page advertising in color (Oldsmobile) and black and white. .

$35.00

The Saturday Evening Post.  1937 - 12 - 11
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The Saturday Evening Post. 1937 - 12 - 11

By Crockwell, Douglass (cover illus)

Philadelphia.: Curtis Publishing Co.. 12-11- 1937.. December 11, 1937 issue of the magazine, 92 pp, 13 1/2 x 10 1/2 inches, in color pictorial wrappers as issued. Covers soiled and softly creased, paper loss to lower right corner of back cover; interior in good condition. Color cover illustration by Douglass Crockwell depicting a young boy drawing on the magazine cover. Color ads for Graham, Bulova watches, etc. .

$24.00

The Saturday Evening Post.  1937 - 06 - 26
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The Saturday Evening Post. 1937 - 06 - 26

By SHORT FICTION AND NON-FICTION) Green, Ruzzie (cover photograph)

Philadelphia.: Curtis Publishing Company.. 06-26- 1937.. June 26, 1937 issue of the magazine, 100pp, 13 3/4 x 10 3/4 inches, in color pictorial wrappers as issued. Numerous articles: fiction and non-fiction. Extensive period advertising. Good condition: light soiling to covers, chip to lower right corner of front cover, 5 x 4 inch area of paper loss to single page. Attractive magazine with numerous illustrated articles, both fiction and non-fiction, plus extensive full-page advertising in color (Hires Root Beer, RCA Victor, etc.) and black and white (Pontiac, Imperial). Featured is the article "Life of an American Workman" by Walter P. Chrysler (second in a series). .

$28.00

The Saturday Evening Post.  1937 - 06 - 19.
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The Saturday Evening Post. 1937 - 06 - 19.

By SHORT FICTION AND NON-FICTION) Jaques, Francis Lee (cover illus).

Philadelphia.: Curtis Publishing Company.. 06-19- 1937.. June 19, 1937 issue of the magazine, 106pp, 13 3/4 x 10 3/4 inches, in color pictorial wrappers as issued. Numerous articles: fiction and non-fiction. Extensive period advertising. Good condition: tears, 2 inch chip, and pencil marks to front cover. Numerous illustrated articles, both fiction and non-fiction, plus extensive full-page advertising in color (Oldsmobile, DeSoto, Packard, etc) and black and white (LaSalle, etc). .

$25.00

The Saturday Evening Post.  1937 - 12 - 25.
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The Saturday Evening Post. 1937 - 12 - 25.

By CHRISTMAS) Rockwell, Norman (cover illustration).

Philadelphia.: Curtis Publishing Co.. 12-25- 1937.. December 25, 1937 issue of the magazine, 60pp, 13 1/2 x 10 1/2 inches, in color pictorial wrappers as issued. Covers in fair condition with edge tears, light soiling, and chip to lower left front cover; interior in good condition. Color cover illustration by Norman Rockwell depicting a well dressed man fallen in the snow, surrounded by the gifts he was presumably just holding. .

$35.00

The Saturday Evening Post.  1937 - 08 - 28.
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The Saturday Evening Post. 1937 - 08 - 28.

By La Gatta, John (cover illustration).

Philadelphia.: Curtis Publishing Co.. 08-28- 1937.. August 28, 1937 issue of the magazine, 84 pp, 13 1/2 x 10 1/2 inches, in color pictorial wrappers as issued. Covers lightly soiled with 5 x 2 inch area of paper loss to upper right front cover; interior in good condition. Color cover illustration by John La Gatta depicting two women by the pool watching a third swim by. Color ads for Oldsmobile (double page), DeSoto. .

$25.00

The Saturday Evening Post.  1937 - 10 - 02
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The Saturday Evening Post. 1937 - 10 - 02

By Rockwell, Norman (cover illustration)

Philadelphia.: Curtis Publishing Co.. 10-02- 1937.. October 2, 1937 issue of the magazine, 84 pp, 13 1/2 x 10 1/2 inches, in color pictorial wrappers as issued. Covers in fair condition with edge tears, light soiling, and chip to lower left front cover; interior in good condition. Color cover illustration by Norman Rockwell depicting a dog chasing a cat across a freshly painted street. Two page color ad for Packard (models Six and Eight). .

$30.00

The Saturday Evening Post.  1945 - 08 - 18
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The Saturday Evening Post. 1945 - 08 - 18

By POKER) Falter, John (cover illustration)

Philadelphia.: Curtis Publishing Company.. 08-18 1945.. August 18, 1945 issue of the magazine, 104 pp, 13 3/4 x 10 3/4 inches, in color pictorial wrappers as issued. Light wear to covers, portion of address label to mid upper front cover, otherwise good condition. Cover illustration by John Falter of poker game in progress as seen through the window of a building. .

$20.00

The Saturday Evening Post.  1952 - 01 - 05
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The Saturday Evening Post. 1952 - 01 - 05

By AMERICAN AIRLINES) Whitmore, Coby (cover illustration)

Philadelphia.: Curtis Publishing Company.. 01-05 1952.. January 5, 1952 issue of the magazine, 84 pp, 13 3/4 x 10 3/4 inches, in color pictorial wrappers as issued. Faint musty odor, light wear to covers, address label to lower right corner, otherwise good condition. Cover illustration by Coby Whitmore. Nice color ad for "the beautiful Chrysler". Issue features a double page color ad for American Airlines. .

$20.00

The Saturday Evening Post.  1953 - 05 - 09
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The Saturday Evening Post. 1953 - 05 - 09

By Dohanos, Stevan (cover illustration)

Philadelphia.: Curtis Publishing Company.. 05-09- 1953.. May 9, 1953, issue of the magazine, 177 pp, 13 3/4 x 10 3/4 inches, in color pictorial wrappers as issued. Faint musty odor, light wear to covers, address label to lower right front cover, soiling to back cover, thin tear to back cover and last page, otherwise good condition. Cover illustration by Stevan Dohanos of a young grocery delivery driver (boxes on his truck labeled RUSH) taking time for fishing off of a bridge. .

$25.00

The Saturday Evening Post.  January - July 1967 bound volume.
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The Saturday Evening Post. January - July 1967 bound volume.

By 1960s STYLE / SURFING) Carre, John; William Faulkner, PhilipRoth et al.

Philadelphia.: Curtis Publishing Company.. 1967.. Bound volume containing issues January 14 to July 29 of the magazine (#s 1 to 15), library cloth binding (hardbound) 13 3/4 x 10 3/4 inches, with color pictorial wrappers bound in. Ex-library with minimal markings: library stamp and address label to each cover. Light wear and occasional creasing, contents appear to be complete. HEAVY VOLUMES - WILL NEED EXTRA SHIPPING. A trip back to the sixties, not just the Mad Men take on it. A fascinating snapshot of sixties American popular culture. Articles include a well-illustrated article on surfing by Phil Edwards; articles on the pop groups The Monkees and the Mamas and the Papas; articles on the Kennedy assasination and the Vietnam War; "Jackie Kennedy: A view from the crowd" by Alan Levy; "Boyhood of a President" by Dwight Eisenhower; "Sexy Little Me" an article on up and coming Sharon Tate by John Bowers; "The draft should be abolished" by Mark Hatfield. Fiction: Dare I weep, dare I mourn? by John Le Carre; A new man by Philip Roth; The Wishing Tree by William Faulkner; Madness in the Family by William Saroyan; .

$45.00

The Saturday Evening Post.  1943 - 04 - 17
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The Saturday Evening Post. 1943 - 04 - 17

By PIN UP ARTIST - AL MOORE) Moore, Al (cover illustration)

Philadelphia.: Curtis Publishing Company.. 04-17- 1943.. April 17, 1943 issue of the magazine, 106 pp, 13 3/4 x 10 3/4 inches, in color pictorial wrappers as issued. Faint musty odor, light edge wear to covers; otherwise good condition. Color cover illustration by Al Moore depicting a model in real life (sore feet...) and as she appears in photos. Includes article "The Soothsayer Comes Back" by Maurice Zolotow. .

$20.00

The Saturday Evening Post.  1943 - 12 - 25 and 01 - 09
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The Saturday Evening Post. 1943 - 12 - 25 and 01 - 09

By SCHAEFFER, MEAD) Schaeffer, Mead (cover illustration)

Philadelphia.: Curtis Publishing Company.. 1943.. TWO ISSUES: January 9 and December 25, 1943 issues of the magazine, 84 pp each, 13 3/4 x 10 3/4 inches, in color pictorial wrappers as issued. Faint musty odor, address label to upper right corner of front covers, light edge wear and faint soiling to covers; otherwise good condition. Color cover illustrations by Mead Schaeffer, both depicting United States military during World War II. .

$35.00

The Saturday Evening Post.  1943 - 01 - 23
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The Saturday Evening Post. 1943 - 01 - 23

By AVIATION MAPPING - WORLD WAR II) Kauten, Mat (cover illustration)

Philadelphia.: Curtis Publishing Company.. 01-23- 1943.. December 25, 1943 issue of the magazine, 92 pp, 13 3/4 x 10 3/4 inches, in color pictorial wrappers as issued. Faint musty odor, address label to upper right corner of front cover, light soiling and creases to covers; otherwise good condition. Color cover illustration by Mat Kauten. Includes an ad for American Airlines showing an Air Map, demonstrating the dramatically new view of the world. .

$20.00

The Saturday Evening Post.  1943 - 05 - 08
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The Saturday Evening Post. 1943 - 05 - 08

By ROCKWELL, NORMAN) Falter, John (cover illustration). Norman Rockwell et al

Philadelphia.: Curtis Publishing Company.. 05-08- 1943.. May 8, 1943 issue of the magazine, 104 pp, 13 3/4 x 10 3/4 inches, in color pictorial wrappers as issued. Faint musty odor, light wear to covers, center page lose and creased, otherwise very good condition. Color cover illustration by John Falter. Includes a double page black and white illustration by Norman Rockwell, "A Night on a Troop Train". .

$25.00

The Saturday Evening Post.  1943 - 08 - 07
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The Saturday Evening Post. 1943 - 08 - 07

By ELLINGTON, DUKE) Scott, Howard (cover illustration)

Philadelphia.: Curtis Publishing Company.. 08-07- 1943.. August 7, 1943 issue of the magazine, 104 pp, 13 3/4 x 10 3/4 inches, in color pictorial wrappers as issued. Faint musty odor, light toning to upper edge of front cover, short edge tears to back cover; otherwise good condition. Color cover illustration by Howard Scott. Includes article "The Duke of Hot" (Duke Ellington) by Maurice Zolotow .

$20.00

The Saturday Evening Post. 1939 - 01 - 21

By Gallico, Paul et al. Bransom, Paul (cover illus)

Philadelphia.: Curtis Publishing Co.. 01-21- 1939.. January 21 1939 issue of the magazine, in color pictorial wrappers as issued, color and black and white illustrations and ads, 13 3/4 x 10 3/4 inches. Cover very dampstained and otherwise lightly soiled with a long tear from top edge and a few short edge tears, dampstaining lightly affecting pages throughout. Cover illustration by Paul Bransom of fox hunters on horses with a pack of beagle dogs. Articles include "Baseball's Bouncing Betsy" by Iffy the Dopester as told to Malcolm W. Bingay. .

$15.00

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