Ken Magazine, June 10, 1938, Volume 1, No. 7 - Who Started the Spanish-American War?


86 pages. Features: Ad for Verve magazine inside front cover. Human Beings in Traps - article discusses prosperous Hungarian Jews attempting to relocate to America; Interesting article in Hat Check Girls with photo of Abe Ellis, 'Hat Check King'; The Great Die-Off - 'nature's way of regulating the races that can't regulate themselves - applies to men, and war; "Sex-Mad" Psychiatrists lead failed research on inmates at Jackson Penitentiary aka Southern Michigan State University - article with photos; Revival of the Third Psyche - Psychoanalysis is sometimes good for the patient and always good for the analyst; German U-Boat torpedo hits cattleboat Nicosian - but the Germans were never heard from again - death in a ship's furnace; A Measure of Economic Recovery in Brockton, Mass. - article with photo of shoe worker Mrs. Agnes Flannery; The Case for Capitalism; Treachery on the Aragon Front in Spain; Photo of Italian Air Force flying in Swastika formation to honor Hitler's Rome visit; Photo of Wang Ko-min, Chinese chief of Japan's puppet regime in North China; Nice large photos of hat check girls Arlene Stone, Yvette Sossi;Audrey Dee, and Terry Redko. Full-page photo of Abe Ellis; Two large photos of dead killer whales in South Africa as a result of suicide/thinning-out cycle; Full-page photo portrait of Sigmund Freud; One-page photo of Avery Brundage; Fascinating color centerfold illustration depicts Europe with Spain appearing as a gored bull near death; Full-page photo portrait of film producer Reinhold Schunzel, who went to Vienna from Germany; One-page photo of formally dressed Danton Walker and Gertrude Lawrence in New York; One-page photo of Danton Walker with Paul Draper at the El Morocco; Photo of Lucius Beebe with Libby Holman; Other photo subjects include Paul Lyons, Paul Stewart, Kenneth Roberts, Dale Harrison, Louis Sobol, Sam Harris, Mrs. Bugs Baer, Billy Rose, Clifford Odets, Jed Harris, and George Ross of the NEA; Parisian Alderman of the Left - Leon Jouhaux; The International Brigade in Spain; Who Started the Spanish-American War? - did the whole thing result from a miscommunication?; The Rawest Deal in Sports - Amateur Athletes; Local Relief vs. Federal Work; Bow to the Sentry - fascinating article on Japanese censorship of its activities in China; The Trouble Boys - policing illegal gambling in the U.S.; Tale of poverty by a West Virginia coal miner; Article on film censorship states Goebbels controls 4/5 of German film production; Army Bomber burns at Azusa, California; Manhattan Columnists - article with photo of Walter Winchell's office; and more. Above-average but not excessive wear with openings at each end of coverfold. Moderate moisture exposure. A worthy vintage copy.

Title: Ken Magazine, June 10, 1938, Volume 1, No. 7 - Who Started the Spanish-American War?

Author Name: Hemingway, Ernest; Spivak, John L.; Stowe, Leland; Gish, Anthony; Limbach, Russell; Soriano, Estaban; Kuhn, Charles (Chas.); et al

Categories: Photography, Magazine Back Issues, Psychology,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Ken: 1938

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Fair

Seller ID: 202G4289

Keywords: Ken Magazine, June 10, 1938, Volume 1, No. 7 - Who Started the Spanish-American War? Ad for Verve magazine inside front cover. Human Beings in Traps - article discusses prosperous Hungarian Jews attempting to relocate to America; Interesting article in Hat Check Girls with photo of Abe Ellis, 'Hat Check King'; The Great Die-Off - 'nature's way of regulating the races that can't regulate themselves - applies to men, and war; "Sex-Mad" Psychiatrists lead failed research on inmates at Jackson Penitentiary aka Southern Michigan State University - article with photos; Revival of the Third Psyche - Psychoanalysis is sometimes good for the patient and always good for the analyst; German U-Boat torpedo hits cattleboat Nicosian - but the Germans were never heard from again - death in a ship's furnace; A Measure of Economic Recovery in Brockton, Mass. - article with photo of shoe worker Mrs. Agnes Flannery; The Case for Capitalism; Treachery on the Aragon Front in Spain; Photo of Italian Air Force flying in Swastika formation to honor Hitler's Rome visit; Photo of Wang Ko-min, Chinese chief of Japan's puppet regime in North China; Nice large photos of hat check girls Arlene Stone, Yvette Sossi;Audrey Dee, and Terry Redko. Full-page photo of Abe Ellis; Two large photos of dead killer whales in South Africa as a result of suicide/thinning-out cycle; Full-page photo portrait of Sigmund Freud; One-page photo of Avery Brundage; Fascinating color centerfold illustration depicts Europe with Spain appearing as a gored bull near death; Full-page photo portrait of film producer Reinhold Schunzel, who went to Vienna from Germany; One-page photo of formally dressed Danton Walker and Gertrude Lawrence in New York; One-page photo of Danton Walker with Paul Draper at the El Morocco; Photo of Lucius Beebe with Libby Holman; Other photo subjects include Paul Lyons, Paul Stewart, Kenneth Roberts, Dale Harrison, Louis Sobol, Sam Harris, Mrs. Bugs Baer, Billy Rose, Clifford Odets, Jed Harris, and George Ross of the NEA; Parisian Alderman of the Left - Leon Jouhaux; The International Brigade in Spain; Who Started the Spanish-American War? - did the whole thing result from a miscommunication?; The Rawest Deal in Sports - Amateur Athletes; Local Relief vs. Federal Work; Bow to the Sentry - fascinating article on Japanese censorship of its activities in China; The Trouble Boys - policing illegal gambling in the U.S.; Tale of poverty by a West Virginia coal miner; Article on film censorship states Goebbels controls 4/5 of German film production; Army Bomber burns at Azusa, California; Manhattan Columnists - article with photo of Walter Winchell's,