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The Saturday Evening Post, October 22, 1949 - The Truth About the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) Today / Mr. Technicolor / Concord, New Hampshire
Curtis, 1949. 140 pages. Features: Nice one-page color ad for Kraft Cocoa Mix; 1-page color ad for Emery 'Magic Candle Bars'; Nice 1-page color ad for Pan American Airlines featuring Rio; The Truth About the Klan (KKK) Today - article with three photos including Dr. Lycurgus Spinks and Sam Roper; Stop That Shoplifter - article on shoplifters - mostly women - who steal $75 million per year; My Unsuspecting Bride (fiction); Kids Will Swallow Anything - the bronchoscope is used to safe children who swallow many strange objects - photo-illustrated article; It's a Man's World After All (fiction); Massive Foul-up - Our Planes, Tires, Tractors and Clothing - meant for the Nationalists - end up with China's Communist forces - article with photo; Mr. Technicolor - article on Dr. Herbert T. Kalmus with six color photos; The Hairbreadth Escapes of the USS Barb - article and photos of this US submarine which attacked Jap factories, made cities black out - and even blew a railroad train sky-high; The Du Ponts - part 3 of a photo-illustrated article on this family of industrial wizards; The Failure (fiction); Photo-illustrated feature article on Concord, New Hampshire; The Woman Who Wouldn't Run (fiction); Jack of Swords (fiction); Very attractive 1-page color ad for Campbell's soup; 1-page color ad for Ford cars; Homicide House (fiction); 1-page color Birds Eye Lima Beans ad featuring Carrie; 2-page black and white ad for Silver Star shaving blades features photos of Gene Cavallero, Wallis Rigby, Dr. A.W. Lindberg, Armand Denis, H. George Petrie, Rockwell Gardiner and Captain Arthur W. Pierce; Gorgeous colour 1-page Cadillac ad; Webster Cigar ad featuring large illustration of H.D. Hover, owner of Ciro's of Hollywood; Crosley television ad; Beautiful 1-page color ad for Studebaker trucks; 1-page 2-color ad for Frigidaire electric ranges; Borden's cheese ad features Elsie the Cow; 1-page color photo ad for Simmons hide-a-beds; 1-page color-photo ad for International Trucks mentions James Melton and the 'Harvest of Stars' radio show; 1-page color ad for Johnson & Johnson surgical dressings features reproduction of painting by Gladys Rockmore Davis showing boy tending to a girl's leg; Upjohn ad features reproduction of painting of young boy by Lawrence Beall Smith; 1/2 page color ad for Pixie cameras; 1-page Dumont tv ad; Camel cigarette ad on back cover features photo of Aqua-skiing stars Martha Mitchell and Margie Fletcher plus a photo of ace bowler Joe Wilman. Moderate wear. A quality vintage copy. Magazine
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