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Daniell, Raymond, Lewisohn, Sam, Steiner, Jesse, Et Al

The New York Times Magazine, October (Oct.) 7, 1945 - Twenty Million Surplus Japanese

The New York Times & Arno Press, 1945

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Anno di pubblicazione
1945
Luogo di stampa
USA
Autore
Daniell, Raymond, Lewisohn, Sam, Steiner, Jesse, Et Al
Editori
The New York Times & Arno Press
Formato
Folio - over 12" - 15" tall
Edizione
F First Edition
Soggetto
The New York Times Magazine, October (Oct.) 7, 1945 - Twenty Million Surplus Japanese men of Annapolis, First-Hand Report on How We Deal with the Germans, and what the consequences may be, President Truman's First Six Months in two pages of photos, What Employers can do to promote labor peace, Dilemma - Twenty Million Surplus Japanese - Jesse Steiner on how, the shrunken and crowded empire can avert the evils of, overpopulation, Annapolis Logs 100 Years - photo-illustrated article, The Story of the Secret Agents of the OSS and of their work, behind enemy lines - article with photos including Major General, Donovan, The Appeal of Football, Fannie Farmer and her "Boston Cooking School Cookbook", Festive photos of V.E. and V.J. Day celebrations around New York, Hitler's rumor-shrouded end leads to this article, Living Myths About 'Dead' Men, Honorable League of Southpaws, Color half-page Super Suds ad features Mrs. Bess Resemini, Great one-page color fashion ad for Botany features dame with, huge black hat and ghetto kids in background, Children paint as they feel, Five fashion photos of long elegant dresses, Old Dutch one-page ad features color photo of Mrs. Russell, Howard of La Grange IL, Mrs. Victor Martin of Gary IN, and Mrs. C. Dachenbach of Milwaukee, WI, Military Covert Operations Magazine Back Issues
Descrizione
S Single Issue Magazine
Stato di conservazione
Buono
Lingue
Inglese
Legatura
Brossura
Prima edizione

Descrizione

56 pages. Features: ; Cover photo of the men of Annapolis; First-Hand Report on How We Deal with the Germans, and what the consequences may be; President Truman's First Six Months in two pages of photos; What Employers can do to promote labor peace; Dilemma - Twenty Million Surplus Japanese - Jesse Steiner on how the shrunken and crowded empire can avert the evils of overpopulation; Annapolis Logs 100 Years - photo-illustrated article; The Story of the Secret Agents of the OSS and of their work behind enemy lines - article with photos including Major General Donovan; The Appeal of Football; Fannie Farmer and her "Boston Cooking School Cookbook"; Festive photos of V.E. and V.J. Day celebrations around New York; Hitler's rumor-shrouded end leads to this article, Living Myths About 'Dead' Men; Honorable League of Southpaws; Color half-page Super Suds ad features Mrs. Bess Resemini; Great one-page color fashion ad for Botany features dame with huge black hat and ghetto kids in background; Children paint as they feel; Five fashion photos of long elegant dresses; Old Dutch one-page ad features color photo of Mrs. Russell Howard of La Grange IL, Mrs. Victor Martin of Gary IN, and Mrs. C. Dachenbach of Milwaukee, WI; and more. Average external wear and soiling. Unmarked. Moderate age-toning to paper. A sound copy of this vintage WWII-era issue. Book