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The American Magazine April 1939 C Lindbergh N Rockwell

Here is the April 1939 issue of The American Magazine Volume CXXVII No. 4 containing articles, stories, features, cartoons, photographs and illustrations, many listed below.

ARTICLES

  • What's the Matter with Lindbergh? by Russell Owens "Why did he accept a Nazi medal? Is he still a loyal American? A reporter who has known him for years pictures the real Lindy of today with photos of Lindbergh
  • Europe in a Day by Beverly Smith - photo of Juan Trippe founder of Pan Am and the transatlantic Clipper
  • How to Torture Babies by Henry Anton Steig
  • He Pulled the Arabs' Teeth by Jerome Beatty
  • A Dream that Came True by Frank J. Taylor - photo of Leland W Cutler, the man behind the San Francisco World's Fair
  • The Yearling of Wall Street by Earl Sparling - photo of Bill Martin, the NY Stock Exchange's first paid czar
  • Please Take This Money by McClellan Patten
  • Food - Editorial by Paul S. Willis
  • Shaping Tomorrow's Citizens - The American Youth Forum by John Dungan

AMERICA'S INTERESTING PEOPLE

  • Daters - photo of Ted Strong, Madge Evans, and Earl Blackwell
  • Lassoer - photo of Capt. George M McGuire seal wrangler
  • Bikesmith - photo of Virginia Bailey
  • Ballethoofers - photos of Lincoln Kirstein and dancers of his Ballet Caravan, the first all American touring ballet company
  • Sagaman - photo of Richard Chase, traveling Pied-Piper story teller troubador
  • Millionaire - photo of Ethan A Coon, the violet king
  • Sourdough - photo of Barrett Willoughby
  • Ballister - photo of Frederic Rahr, bright idea - yellow baseball
  • Inflationist - photo Helen Warny, balloon entrepreneur

STORIES - SHORT NOVEL - SERIALS

  • Spring Shuffle by Dwight Wendell Koppes, illustrations by John Holmgren
  • Give Me a Boy by Mabel Brown Farwell, illustrations by Norman Rockwell
  • Toughie - An American Vignette by Gordon Rand
  • Heavy Date by Marion Valensi, illustrations by John La Gatta
  • The Katydid's Master by R. G. Kirk, illustrations by Harold Von Schmidt
  • Blue-Eyed Boy - An American Storiette by Baird Hall, illustrations by John Holmgren
  • Lady at Sea by Sidney Herschel Small, illustrations by Donald Teague
  • The Inner Circle by Westmoreland Gray, illustrations by Pruett Carter
  • Mystery of the Wander Bird by Phoebe Atwood Taylor, illustrations by Walter M. Baumhofer
  • Cause for Divorce by Jay Irving
  • Broken Voyage - Part I by Faith Baldwin, illustrations by John Gannan
  • Lover Come Back - Part II by Barrett Willoughby, illustrations by Matt Clark

CARTOONS by Schus, Gene Carr, Jack Luzzatto, Jay Irving, Eric Ericson, Bo Brown, Thurston Gentry, Reamer Keller, Howard Bearden

ADVERTISING full page car ads by Nash (color), Chevrolet, Plymouth (color), Ford V-8 (color); other ads by Kelvinator, Anheuser-Busch, Gillette, Ipana Tooth Paste, Prudential Insurance, Texaco, Auto-Lite Spark Plugs, Mobiloil, New York World's Fair Greyhound, Barbisol, Quaker State Motor Oil, Pennzoil, Southern Pacific, Burlington Route Way of the Zephyrs, Westinghouse Refrigerators, Lucky Strike

FEATURES

  • Along the Way
  • It Takes All Kinds
  • Are You a Good Bargainer? - Questions of the month
  • Word Teasers
  • How Friendly Are You?
  • Why Don't They?
  • It's the Law! - Cartoons by Dick Hyman The House Detective
  • To the Income Tax Collector - poem

Condition: Cover and spine show wear. wrinkling, small edge tears, some words written in ink, subscriber label. Interior is in good condition.

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