The Saturday Evening Post, July 20, 1957 - We Were Trapped By Radioactive Fallout / They Turn the Money On and Off


112 pages. Fiction: Treasure Hunt; Untamable; Assignment - Danger; I'm the Jealous Type; California Passage (part 4 of 8); The Artless Heiress (conclusion). Articles: We were trapped by radioactive fallout - now nine scientists were caught 20 miles from ground zero when the biggest H-bomb of all went off at Bikini atoll; The care and eating of lobsters; Khrushchev has his troubles, too; Sleuth amoung the roller coasters - Bill Olsen is amusement park inspector at Coney Island; Can we stay rich?; - Part II - The Federal Reserve turn the money on and off; Photo of hungry combine harvester operators stopped for lunch - great nostalgic color scene on the 5,200 acre Kansas ranch of Leonard and Alfred Swart in Logan and Gove counties; Call of the northwest - why thousands of young Americans are flocking to Oregon and Washington State (with early photo of Seattle skyline. Ads: Nice two-page GM ad features California's Farr Company with a photo of many family members including Richard S. and M. Spencer; Campbell's Soup - his and hers mugs; Gleem toothpaste - with smooch photo; Early Marlboro man ad features diver; Plymouth ad features magnicent colour photo of a blue model which appears to have been taken near Sedona; Spud cigarettes; Canada Dry color photo ad of little boys on beach; GMC Truck ad. Average wear. Unmarked. Center page loose but present. Pieces missing from top of back cover, otherwise a sound vintage copy.

Title: The Saturday Evening Post, July 20, 1957 - We Were Trapped By Radioactive Fallout / They Turn the Money On and Off

Author Name: Household, Geoffrey; Murphy, Robert; Covert, Allice; Heuman, William; Clark, Dr. John C.; Williamson, Samuel; Alsop, Joseph; Lyon, Peter; Martin, Harold; Worden, William; Farrell, Cliff; Kelland, C.

Categories: Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, The Curtis Publishing Company: 1957

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 357G2404

Keywords: The Saturday Evening Post, July 20, 1957 - We Were Trapped By Radioactive Fallout / They Turn the Money On and Off Treasure Hunt; Untamable; Assignment - Danger; I'm the Jealous Type; California Passage (part 4 of 8); The Artless Heiress (conclusion). Articles: We were trapped by radioactive fallout - now nine scientists were caught 20 miles from ground zero when the biggest H-bomb of all went off at Bikini atoll; The care and eating of lobsters; Khrushchev has his troubles, too; Sleuth amoung the roller coasters - Bill Olsen is amusement park inspector at Coney Island; Can we stay rich?; - Part II - The Federal Reserve turn the money on and off; Photo of hungry combine harvester operators stopped for lunch - great nostalgic color scene on the 5, 200 acre Kansas ranch of Leonard and Alfred Swart in Logan and Gove counties; Call of the northwest - why thousands of young Americans are flocking to Oregon and Washington State (with early photo of Seattle skyline. Ads: Nice two-page GM ad features California's Farr Company with a photo of many family members including Richard S. and M. Spencer; Campbell's Soup - his and hers mugs; Gleem toothpaste - with smooch photo; Early Marlboro man ad features diver; Plymouth ad features magnicent colour photo of a blue model which appears to have been taken near Sedona; Spud cigarettes; Canada Dry color photo ad of little boys on beach; GMC Truck,