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News-Week (Newsweek) Magazine, September 20, 1937 - Cover Photo of Associate Justice Hugo L. Black
Weekly Publications, Inc, 1937. 44 pages. Cover: Associate Justice Hugo L. Black. Contents: Diplomacy: British Oppose Mystery Pirates With a Conference, a Plan, and Sixty Destroyers; (Hugo) Black: A (Ku Klux) Klan Member on the Supreme Court? New Evidence Comes to Light; Labor: A Teamsters' Boycott - A.F. of L. (American Federation of Labor) Balks Longshoremen; Nazis: A Tabloid Scoop, Fact and Surmise, a Senate Quiz?; Far East: Shanghai Smoke Obscures Tokyo Aims in North China and Siberia; Britain: Edward Bags Eagle but Duchess Gets Only a Snub (Duke and Duchess of Windsor); Spain: A Surgeon, a Flyer and a Lady in Distress Make News; Germany: Fuehrer Chats About Art, Babies, and 'Dear Friend'; Paraguay: Former Dictator (Col. Rafael Franco) Misses Comeback by 200 Miles; Chemistry: Meeting Discusses Beads for Gas and Oil for Cows; Stars: Astronomers Discover Short Measure in Sun Yardstick; Radio: A Virginian (James Lee Scribner) Talks and Sings a Little Negro Town; Screen: Two Men and a Girl With Stokowski and Orchestra in "100 Men and a Girl"; Foreign Films: French and Russian; Tennis: (Donald) Budge, (Anita) Lizana, (Cedric) Major Rule the U.S. Racquet Roost; Fishing: Open Season for Tuna - Heavyweights and Flyweights; Securities: Prices Fall Sharply and The SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) Head Returns to Harvard; Automobiles: Baby Austin Plans Comback as the Bantam 60; Investments: Rail and Oil Issues Swell Rockefeller Foundation; (First National) Bank: Unable to Lend Any Cash, So It Decides to Shut Up Shop; Religion: An Outspoken Author Considers Pius XI's Policies; Design: Hungarian Professor (Prof. Laszlo Moholy-Nagy) Directs New School (The New Bauhaus) in Chicago; Animals: Some of the Less Charming Residents of Africa; Education: St. John's College - World's Greatest Books Become Four-year Course; and Today in America: Bluff and Mr. (John L.) Lewis. Nice color ad for Camel Cigarettes on back cover features adventurer James L. Clark. Binding intact. Small mailing label bottom front cover. Average wear. A sound copy. Magazine
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