Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, January 6, 1947 - Passing of W.C. Fields

By: Hazlitt, Henry; et al

Price: $199.95

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Book Condition: Fair


72 pages. Features: Giving credit to Ed Uhl, AUS, for his help in the development of the bazooka; Nice International Harvesteer ad presents their crawlers, tractors and trucks; Nostalgic ad for the Highway Trailers Company; Sugar still rationed; Photo and article on W.C. Fields; Soviet Army pulls out of central Europe; Nice color Nash car ad; Indo-Chinese Puzzle; 22nd World Zionist Congress wraps up answering No to the question "Should the Congress authorize the Jewish Agency to participate in the London conference on Palestine in January?"; Irgun captures British troops and flogs them; Memories of the Soviet Censor III; Color ad for Lucky Strike cigarettes features farmer holding tobacco leaf; Photo of Ambassador George S. Messersmith; Brief obituaries for W.C. Fields, Baron Robert Philip De Rothschild, John Barton, Mrs. Carrie Jacobs Bond and Hugh R. Wilson; Photos of Tiny Tim rocket test; Nice color-photo portrait of Mr. Hiroam U. Helm, distinguished rancher, in Calvert Whiskey ad; Nice color ad for Frazer and Kaiser cars; Student of children, Arnold Gesell; "Star of Cairo" plane crash; Henry Hazlitt writes on the "Purchasing Power" theory; World Series article; Photo of tennis players Ted Schroeder and Jack Kramer; Hermon H. Scott and his Dynamic Noise Suppressor in broadcasting studio; The Irrepressible Taft-Dewey Conflict; Canadian Club color photo ad features diving off the Dodecanese Islands; Great back cover color ad for Chesterfield cigarettes features Jo Stafford and Perry Como; and more. Covers heavily-worn and loose but present. Above-average wear and soiling. Clear tape along spine. A worthy vintage copy.

Title: Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, January 6, 1947 - Passing of W.C. Fields

Author Name: Hazlitt, Henry; et al

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, History, Photography,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Weekly Publications: 1947

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Fair

Seller ID: 302G3317

Keywords: Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, January 6, 1947 Ed Uhl, AUS, for his help in the development of the bazooka; Nice International Harvesteer ad presents their crawlers, tractors and trucks; Nostalgic ad for the Highway Trailers Company; Sugar still rationed; Photo and article on W.C. Fields; Soviet Army pulls out of central Europe; Nice color Nash car ad; Indo-Chinese Puzzle; 22nd World Zionist Congress wraps up answering No to the question "Should the Congress authorize the Jewish Agency to participate in the London conference on Palestine in January?"; Irgun captures British troops and flogs them; Memories of the Soviet Censor III; Color ad for Lucky Strike cigarettes features farmer holding tobacco leaf; Photo of Ambassador George S. Messersmith; Brief obituaries for W.C. Fields, Baron Robert Philip De Rothschild, John Barton, Mrs. Carrie Jacobs Bond and Hugh R. Wilson; Photos of Tiny Tim rocket test; Nice color-photo portrait of Mr. Hiroam U. Helm, distinguished rancher, in Calvert Whiskey ad; Nice color ad for Frazer and Kaiser cars; Student of children, Arnold Gesell; "Star of Cairo" plane crash; Henry Hazlitt writes on the "Purchasing Power" theory; World Series article; Photo of tennis players Ted Schroeder and Jack Kramer; Hermon H. Scott and his Dynamic Noise Suppressor in broadcasting studio; The Irrepressible Taft-Dewey Conflict; Canadian Club color photo ad features diving off the Dodecanese Islands; Great back cover color ad for Chesterfield cigarettes features Jo Stafford and Perry Como,