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The Saturday Evening Post, November 27, 1948 - How We Trapped Spies in World War II / Allah's Oil
Curtis, 1948. 156 pages. Features: Nice color ad for Duraglas inside front cover; Nice color-photo 1-page ad for Elgin watches features opera star Mrs. Lawrence Tibbett; Sexy 1-page color-illustrated ad for Palmolive soap features amorous couple; Can the Army and Navy Get Together? - photo illustrated article - Secretary of Defense James Forrestal replies to criticism of the way unification of our armed services has - or has not - worked out; Fabulous Iron Ore Strike in Labrador - photo-illustrated article describes what may be the mining find of the century; The Haunted Meadow (fiction); What You Don't Know About Thanksgiving; The Unwelcome Neighbor (fiction); How We Caught Spies in World War II - part 1 of a photo-illustrated article by Stephen J. Spingarn, former commanding officer of the American 5th Army's Counter Intelligence Corps tells the real story of what spy catching was like; The Gay Deceiver of Georgia Tech - Bobby Dodd has made a name for himself as a teacher of football make-believe - article with photos; He Is My Friend - Southern White Boy Hodding Carter describes his friendship with Negro boy Son McKnight - article with photo; Man Trap (fiction); Allah's Oil - World's Richest Prize - conclusion of fascinating photo-illustrated article on Middle Eastern Oil over 60 years ago; First Quarrel (fiction); Everybody Gets In the Act - color-photo illustrated article on the John B. Rogers Company, of Fostoria, Ohio, the country's most prolific producer of amateur shows; Murder for Millions (fiction); 1-page color ad for 1949 Ford cars; Dishonored (fiction); 1-page color-photo Goodyear ad features Norma Halverson of Salt Lake City and Emile Schurmacher of N. Salem, NY; I Might Have Married Him (fiction); Nice 1-page color ad for RCA Victor radios; Nice 2-page Buick ad; Nice 1-page color ad for Mobiloil Arctic; 1-page ad for Martin Aircraft features the 202 Airliner; 1-page Plymoth ad; 1-page ad for the Underwood All Electric Typewriter; Vitalis half-page ad features illustration of Nat Holman; Nice photo-illustrated 1-page ad for radio stations of the ABC network features photos of Milton Berle, Gordon MacRae, Meredith Willson, Arlene Francis, John K.M. McCaffrey, Kay Kyser, Ted Mack, Jo Stafford, Johnny Olsen and Dr. Frank Black; 1-page illustrated ad for General Electric washing machines; 1-page Brunswick bowling ball ad features illustrations of Joe Norris, Ned Day, Catherine Fellmeth and Andy Varipapa; Nice 1-page color ad for 1949 Kaiser cars features a red convertible; 1-page 2-color ad for the new 1949 Remington De Luxe Portable Typewriter; Super 2-page Bord-Warner presents their company accomplishments in Ripley's Believe It or Not format; Very colorful and handsome 2-page Cadillac ad features a large illustration of their new engine and the front end of a red car; Photo portrait of Harry A. Bullis of General Mills in Northwestern Mutual ad; Nice color-photo 1-page Christmas ad for Zenith radios; 1-page ad for the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE); Nice 1-page ad for Cory appliances; 1-page color ad for Cutler-Hammer motor controls; Very attractive 1-page color-photo recruiting ad for the U.S. Air Force features young man in flying gear with illustration of jets overhead; Nice 1-page color ad for Corning Glass features woman holding multi-coloured Pyrex cookware; 1-page color ad for the Great Lakes Steel Corporation promotes their Quonset Huts; Nice 1-page color ad for De Beers diamonds features reprint of "Honeymoon at Sea Island, GA" by Andre Girard; Very nice one-page color-illustrated ad for Bell & Howell movie cameras; Nice 1-page color ad for Gibson electric refrigerators features two young ladies scantily clad in Eskimo clothing; 1-page color ad for Sheaffer's pens; Nostalgic half-page color ad for Dow Plastics Styron with illustrations of many vintage toys; Nice half-page color ad for Hi Ho Crackers; Nice 1-page 2-color Kleenex ad featuring Little Lulu; Nice 1-page color ad for Coolerator fridges and freezers; Photo of Dick Powell in 1/4-page ad for Spiffy invisible collar stay-downs; Illustration of Mount Rushmore in color ad for Ray-O-Vac batteries; Nice 1-page color-photo Christmas ad for Revere movie cameras and projectors; Two-page 2-color ad for Holiday Magazine; Nice 1-page color ad for Zippo lighters; Nice 1/8-page ad for Model Toys made by the Charles Wm. Doepke Mfg. Co. of Rossmoyne, OH with images of road grader, bucket loader, concrete mixer and earth hauler; Very nice full-page color-photo ad for Barrett easy chairs; Back cover color-photo Christmas ad for Kodak cameras. Moderate wear. A quality vintage copy. Magazine
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