Collier's Magazine, August 17, 1946 - Military Wives Love Guam / Germany's Finest Horses Moved to U.S.


82 pages. Articles: The Battle of the Bench - conflict in the U.S. Supreme Court; Guam, Sweet Guam - servicemen's wives love it; The Superhorses are Ours - How the U.S. Army acquired Germany's finest equine bloodstock - article with color photos; Hard-Luck Kid - Jack Kramer should be tops in US Amateur tennis for 1946; Rio Grande - River of Death - Murder and robbery often are the fate of Mexicans who cross her; Traveling Light - Vera Maxwell suggests compact wardrobes for all climates; China Doll - Rose Martin and her foster mother Mary Lo-Sam -Moi; Photo and write-up of test pilot Jack Woolams of Bell Aircraft who is aiming for 1,000 mph! Fiction: The Warning Bell; Bachelor Apartment; The Watchers; The Dory; Sleep, My Love; Alone. Ads include: Studebaker; U.S. Army; Vaseline Hair Tonic; Nash cars; Bell Telephone; GE Light Bulbs - featuring photo of Fred Allen; Trailways bus lines; Ford cars (with mountie in illustration); Oldsmobile cars; Texaco; Waterman's ink; Car Nu with Fibber McGee and Molly color cartoon; Pepsi cartoon ad; Caterpillar color photo ad showing new subdivision construction with dozers and scraper; Kaiser and Frazer cars; Pennzoil; Lee tires; Canada Dry; Blatz beer; Camel cigarettes ad on back cover features photo of smoking doctor. Above-average external wear. 2"x2" piece missing from bottom corner of front cover. A worthy vintage copy.

Title: Collier's Magazine, August 17, 1946 - Military Wives Love Guam / Germany's Finest Horses Moved to U.S.

Author Name: Hunt, HAmlen, Williams, Albert N.; Dawson, Virginia Douglas; Gilligan, Edmund; Ross, Leonard Q.; Knight, Alwyn W.; Daniels, Jonathan; Sparks, Fred; Mannix, Daniel P.; Coons, Hannibal; Hinga, Don; Carson, Ruth; Sawyers, Martha

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Military, Judaica,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, The Crowell-Collier Publishing Company: 1946

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Fair

Seller ID: 449G1593

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