The American Magazine, May 1952 *Religion and Our Schools / Vivien Kellems - Anti-Tax Crusader*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

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Book Condition: Good


144 pages. Features: Charming colour ad for Deepfreeze Home Appliances inside front cover; Would you throw $357 million into Hell's Canyon?; MGM Color Movie of the Month Calendar; Nice colour ad for Champion Spark Plugs features young batter; Colour 1952 Chevrolet ad; Vivien Kellems - Woman on the Warpath - Anti-Income Tax Crusader; Belinda Osborn, by Hannah Smith; Religion and Our Schools, by Liston Pope, Ph.D.; First Quarrel, by Sarah and Ronald Morrisette; You Can Leave Your Troubles Behind - Smiley Blanton argues that trips can help us in the confused modern world; I'll Never Marry a Bureaucrat, by Elenore Nelson; Star Witness, by Allan Vaughan Elston; Live Wire, by Charles T. Webb; The Escape, by Alice Eldridge; Look Out Rembrandt, Here We Come!, by Jack Long; The Torn Invitation, by Norman Katkov; They Gambled on Greatness - Gilbert J. (Gil) McDougald and Family, by Vance Packard; New Helps for Your Headaches, by Clarence Woodbury; Girl With A Past, by Sarah-Elizabeth Rodger; Puppet Family - The Copelan Family of Jamaica, N.Y.; Doctor Soccer - Bill Feffrey of Penn State; Judge Stanley Scherr of Baltimore deals only with traffic court for youngsters; Harriet Dreilinger is one of the nation's best woman magicians; The "Corn Tones" perform for wounded GI's in Tokyo General Hospital; Virgil Stauffer and International Friendship Gardens of Michigan City, Indiana; Blanche Holland works as a hat check girl to travel around the world!; Bombproof Caveman - Herman Knaust of Catskill, NY has a business protecting records from atomic blasts in his underground vaults; Marietta Larson and her Dogettes; Mrs. Warner Nelson cuts cans; Dr. W. Harry Everhart tries to bring back Maine's Atlantic salmon; Chauncey M. Willey Sr. - carver of granite monuments; Coed of the Month - Phyllis Stickler; Holiday Time in Sweden - with photos; Weapon of Fear, by Harmon Coxe; 1-page ad honoring Jt. (jg) Thomas Hudner, Jr. U.S.N., Medal of Honor recipient. Average wear. Binding intact. A sound copy.

Title: The American Magazine, May 1952 *Religion and Our Schools / Vivien Kellems - Anti-Tax Crusader*

Author Name: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Americana, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, The American Magazine: 1952

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 825C7596

Keywords: The American Magazine, May 1952 Religion and Our Schools Deepfreeze Home Appliances inside front cover; Would you throw $357 million into Hell's Canyon?; MGM Color Movie of the Month Calendar; Nice colour ad for Champion Spark Plugs features young batter; Colour 1952 Chevrolet ad; Vivien Kellems - Woman on the Warpath - Anti-Income Tax Crusader; Belinda Osborn, by Hannah Smith; Religion and Our Schools, by Liston Pope, Ph.D.; First Quarrel, by Sarah and Ronald Morrisette; You Can Leave Your Troubles Behind - Smiley Blanton argues that trips can help us in the confused modern world; I'll Never Marry a Bureaucrat, by Elenore Nelson; Star Witness, by Allan Vaughan Elston; Live Wire, by Charles T. Webb; The Escape, by Alice Eldridge; Look Out Rembrandt, Here We Come!, by Jack Long; The Torn Invitation, by Norman Katkov; They Gambled on Greatness - Gilbert J. (Gil) McDougald and Family, by Vance Packard; New Helps for Your Headaches, by Clarence Woodbury; Girl With A Past, by Sarah-Elizabeth Rodger; Puppet Family - The Copelan Family of Jamaica, N.Y.; Doctor Soccer - Bill Feffrey of Penn State; Judge Stanley Scherr of Baltimore deals only with traffic court for youngsters; Harriet Dreilinger is one of the nation's best woman magicians; The "Corn Tones" perform for wounded GI's in Tokyo General Hospital; Virgil Stauffer and International Friendship Gardens of Michigan City, Indiana; Blanche Holland works as a hat check girl to travel around the world!; Bombproof Caveman - Herman Knaust of Catskill, NY has a business protecting records from atomic blasts in his underground vaults; Marietta Larson and her Dogettes; Mrs. Warner Nelson cuts cans; Dr. W. Harry Everhart tries to bring back Maine's Atlantic salmon; Chauncey M. Willey Sr. - carver of granite monuments; Coed of the Month - Phyllis Stickler; Holiday Time in Sweden - with photos; Weapon of Fear, by Harmon Coxe; 1-page ad honoring Jt. (jg) Thomas Hudner, Jr. U.S.N., Medal of Honor,