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Collier's, The National Weekly Magazine, October 1, 1949 - Paul (Dreamboat) Douglas / Boater Bob Lane
The Crowell-Collier Publishing Company, 1949. 74 pages. Articles: Troubles of College Deans; The Germans Wait Only For a Leader - argues we must make a fresh start toward stopping the rise of old-line Nazis - with color photo of John J. McCloy, High Commissioner for U.S. Occupied Germany; Lover with a Ball Bat - actor Paul (Dreamboat) Douglas - article with colour photos of Douglas and Linda Darnell; Saturday Afternoon Meat Grinders; The Christian Science Monitor - Gentleman of the Press (part 2 of 3); Always Heading for Salt Water - Bob Lane has been making boats since he was five; Fabulous Jacques Fath - article and color photo of fashion's most talked about designer;. Fiction: Any Friend of Sam's; Man in the House; Where Else in the World?; The Case of the Negligent Nymph (part 3 of 6); The Black Pearl; Cat's Cradle. Nice vintage ads include: Springmaid Fabrics; Ipana toothpaste; Botany Sportswear (very attractive ad); Chevrolet trucks; Span (color photos); Borden mild products - featuring Elsie the Cow; Nunn-Bush shoes; Willys "Jeep" Station Wagon; Lucky Strike cigarettes (featuring LG. Griffin); Ford cars; General Motors - nice centerfold color ad featuring the GM proving ground near Milford, Michigan; Fisher Body; 2-page Dodge car ad; Great Northern Railway; Winthrop shoes; Schlitz beer; Awesome back cover colour ad for Chesterfield cigarettes features Glenn Ford, with inset illustration of tobacco farmer Herbert L. Lupo of Tabor City, N.C. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. Magazine
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