The Saturday Evening Post, November 1, 1941 *The First American Crusade, By Herbert Hoover*

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B00H3XH4LK 104 pages. Features: Great color photo Studebaker ad inside front cover features military insert; Plymouth ad; Great colour photo ad for Armstrong's Asphalt Tile; The First American Crusade - Herbert Hoover's personal memoirs of World War I, originally intended for release after his death but printed here in view of the imminent entrance of the US into World War II - with photos; Go Fly a Kite, story by Eddy Orcutt; Hearts of Oak, by Walter Havighurst; Cellini to Hearst to Klotz - the sale of fine art and objects by Gimbel Brothers; Stanford Football Coach Clark Shaughnessy behind the Eight Ball - article with photos; The Liar That Laid an Egg, by William Hazlett Upson; First Baby, by Dorothy Thomas; Botany Bay, by Charles Nordhoff and James Norman Hall; Morale in a Test Tube - Research at the Merck plant in Rahway, NJ; Great color photo ad for Campbell's Soup; The Phantom Filly, by George Agnew Chamberlain; Nice color ad for Oldsmobile cars, featureing a red two-door model; Great color ad for GM locomotives; Nice two-page Buick ad; Chrysler ad; Color Cadillac ad; Dodge Fluid-Drive car ad; Wonderful full-page two-color cartoon strip-style ad for Hotpoint appliances; Wonderful two-page color ad for Del Monte canned foods and their 3rd annual Round-Up; Nice two-color full-page ad for Champion spark plugs shows lady in top-had being hit by snowball; Fantastic Timken bearing ad shows all the military applications of its products; Wonderful color ad for the 1942 Packard Clipper, featuring a blue Clipper Club Sedan; Large color ad for RCA Victor Radios; Great color ad for Old Gold Cigarettes shows smooching young couple; Underwood typewriter ad; Dramatic illustrated Eveready Battery ad depicts the attack on the Egyptian liner ZamZam as experienced by C.A. McCarthy; Nice two-color ads for Nunn-Bush shoes and Aunt Jemima Pancakes; Lovely full-page color ad for Roblee shoes for men; Luden's cough drop ad illustrates 'Clothespin Nose"; Nice color ad inside back cover for Van Camp's pork and beans features Mrs. Lou Little; Ivory Soap ad on back cover. Average external wear and soiling. Unmarked. A sound copy.

Title: The Saturday Evening Post, November 1, 1941 *The First American Crusade, By Herbert Hoover*

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Categories: Americana, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1941

ISBN Number: B00H3XH4LK

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 727C8537

Keywords: The Saturday Evening Post, November 1, 1941 Studebaker ad inside front cover features military insert; Plymouth ad; Great colour photo ad for Armstrong's Asphalt Tile; The First American Crusade - Herbert Hoover's personal memoirs of World War I, originally intended for release after his death but printed here in view of the imminent entrance of the US into World War II - with photos; Go Fly a Kite, story by Eddy Orcutt; Hearts of Oak, by Walter Havighurst; Cellini to Hearst to Klotz - the sale of fine art and objects by Gimbel Brothers; Stanford Football Coach Clark Shaughnessy behind the Eight Ball - article with photos; The Liar That Laid an Egg, by William Hazlett Upson; First Baby, by Dorothy Thomas; Botany Bay, by Charles Nordhoff and James Norman Hall; Morale in a Test Tube - Research at the Merck plant in Rahway, NJ; Great color photo ad for Campbell's Soup; The Phantom Filly, by George Agnew Chamberlain; Nice color ad for Oldsmobile cars, featureing a red two-door model; Great color ad for GM locomotives; Nice two-page Buick ad; Chrysler ad; Color Cadillac ad; Dodge Fluid-Drive car ad; Wonderful full-page two-color cartoon strip-style ad for Hotpoint appliances; Wonderful two-page color ad for Del Monte canned foods and their 3rd annual Round-Up; Nice two-color full-page ad for Champion spark plugs shows lady in top-had being hit by snowball; Fantastic Timken bearing ad shows all the military applications of its products; Wonderful color ad for the 1942 Packard Clipper, featuring a blue Clipper Club Sedan; Large color ad for RCA Victor Radios; Great color ad for Old Gold Cigarettes shows smooching young couple; Underwood typewriter ad; Dramatic illustrated Eveready Battery ad depicts the attack on the Egyptian liner ZamZam as experienced by C.A. McCarthy; Nice two-color ads for Nunn-Bush shoes and Aunt Jemima Pancakes; Lovely full-page color ad for Roblee shoes for men; Luden's cough drop ad illustrates 'Clothespin Nose"; Nice color ad inside back cover for Van Camp's pork and beans features Mrs. Lou Little; Ivory Soap ad,