The Saturday Evening Post Magazine, August (Aug) 22, 1959 - Eugene Holman / How Negro Writer's Children Adjust to Prejudice / We Recovered Space Monkeys


80 pages. Features: Cover sailing illustrations shows man turning green while his Marilyn-like lady friend enjoys the ride; Pepsi ad inside front cover shows poolside scene; Kent cigarette ad shows flower gardening couple; Allstate ad features photo of Ray Morton of Castro Valley, California; We Recovered the Space Monkeys - Navy Diver Lt. (j.g.) R. Edward Foy recalls what happened in this photo-illustrated article; The Gang in Black Jackets - short story; We Tell Our Children - noted Negro journalist Carl T. Rowan tells how he answers questions his children ask when they come face to face with race prejudice - photo-illustrated article; The U-19's Last Kill (part 1 of 6); The Secrets of Long Life - article with photos of Henrietta Dull, William Perry, Thomas Murphy, Lulu Williams, Redwing Beck, and Granny Mounger; The Don't-Touch Girl (short story); The Cowboy of Fifth Avenue - Eugene Holman is board chairman of Standard Oil - photo-illustrated article; They Hunt the Mysterious Menhaden - photo-illustrated article on the pursuit of this elusive east coast fish; Mr Lincoln's Mystery Cake (short story); Rebirth of a Cathedral - resurrecting the Coventry Cathedral which was destroyed by Hitler's bombers; Top-Secret Boondoggle (short story); Great two-page color photo of the one-day assembly of a pre-fab science hall at Saint Francis College in Fort Wayne, IN; Portland cement ad features color photo of Will Rogers Jr.; Mark of Treachery (part 7 of 8); Nice two-page color-photo ad for the 1959 Chevrolet Impala Sport Sedan shows fisherman returning with a big haul; Nice back cover color-photo Kodak ad features Ozzie and Harriet, and their boys David and Ricky; and more. Moderate wear. Bits of nibbling to edges of covers. Unmarked. Binding intact. A worthy vintage copy.

Title: The Saturday Evening Post Magazine, August (Aug) 22, 1959 - Eugene Holman / How Negro Writer's Children Adjust to Prejudice / We Recovered Space Monkeys

Author Name: Hugh B. Cave; George Bradshaw; John P. Heffernan; Jacob Hay; R. E. Foy; Rowan, Carl T.; George Gallup; Evan Hill; George Scullin; Tom Alexander; Ernest O. Hauser; Jack Finney; Clarence B. Kelland

Categories: Biography, Americana, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, The Curtis Publishing Company: 1959

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Fair

Seller ID: 201H0204

Keywords: The Saturday Evening Post Magazine, August (Aug) 22, 1959 - Eugene Holman / How Negro Writer's Children Adjust to Prejudice / We Recovered Space Monkeys Cover sailing illustrations shows man turning green while his Marilyn-like lady friend enjoys the ride; Pepsi ad inside front cover shows poolside scene; Kent cigarette ad shows flower gardening couple; Allstate ad features photo of Ray Morton of Castro Valley, California; We Recovered the Space Monkeys - Navy Diver Lt. (j.g.) R. Edward Foy recalls what happened in this photo-illustrated article; The Gang in Black Jackets - short story; We Tell Our Children - noted Negro journalist Carl T. Rowan tells how he answers questions his children ask when they come face to face with race prejudice - photo-illustrated article; The U-19's Last Kill (part 1 of 6); The Secrets of Long Life - article with photos of Henrietta Dull, William Perry, Thomas Murphy, Lulu Williams, Redwing Beck, and Granny Mounger; The Don't-Touch Girl (short story); The Cowboy of Fifth Avenue - Eugene Holman is board chairman of Standard Oil - photo-illustrated article; They Hunt the Mysterious Menhaden - photo-illustrated article on the pursuit of this elusive east coast fish; Mr Lincoln's Mystery Cake (short story); Rebirth of a Cathedral - resurrecting the Coventry Cathedral which was destroyed by Hitler's bombers; Top-Secret Boondoggle (short story); Great two-page color photo of the one-day assembly of a pre-fab science hall at Saint Francis College in Fort Wayne, IN; Portland cement ad features color photo of Will Rogers Jr.; Mark of Treachery (part 7 of 8); Nice two-page color-photo ad for the 1959 Chevrolet Impala Sport Sedan shows fisherman returning with a big haul; Nice back cover color-photo Kodak ad features Ozzie and Harriet, and their boys David and Ricky,