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Issue Date:

Cover/Issue Description:

Condition:

Price

May 21, 1898

Death of Gladstone front page article

Good

$15.00

June 4, 1898

The Siege of Santiago

Good

$15.00

June 11, 1898

Our Heroes at Santiago

Good

$15.00

 

1916 Issues

WWI News – 11/11, 11/18, 11/25, 12/2, 12/9, 12/16, 12/23

Good

$12.50 ea.

October 7, 1916

Candidate Charles Evans Hughes

G/VG

$15.00

October 14, 1916

President Woodrow Wilson

G/VG

$15.00

October 28, 1916

Teddy Roosevelt cover

G/VG

$15.00

1917 Issues

5/12, 5/19

Good

$12.50 ea.

1923 Issues

7/28, 8/4, 9/15, 10/6, 10/13, 10/27, 12/1, 12/15, 12/22, 12/29

Good

$12.50 ea.

November 3, 1923

When New York Was left Newsless by the Pressman’s Strike

Good

 

December 8, 1923

How Did Klux Klan Originate?

Good

$15.00

1924 Issues

1/5, 1/19, 2/2, 2/16, 3/15 (2), 3/22, 3/29, 4/5, 4/12 (2), 4/19, 4/26, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24 (2), 5/31 (2), 6/7, 6/14 (2), 6/21, 7/5, 7/12, 7/26, 10/4, 10/18 (covers detached), 10/25, 11/8 (2), 11/15, 11/22, 12/6, 12/13, 12/20, 12/27

Good

$12.50 ea.

May 3, 1924

Are Movies Getting Better? – 2 copies

Good

$12.50

June 28, 1924

Moving Pictures by Radio in the Home Next!

Good

$12.50

July 19, 1924

Mars, Are You Concealing Anything From Us?

Good

$12.50

October 11, 1924

Everest, World’s Highest Peak, Unconquered

Good

$12.50

1925 Issues

1/3, 1/10, 1/17, 1/31, 2/7, 2/14, 2/21, 3/14 (2), 3/21 (2 – 1 is splitting), 3/28, 4/4, 4/11, 4/18, 4/25, 5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 5/23, 5/30, 6/6, 6/13, 6/20, 6/27, 7/4 (2), 7/11, 7/18, 7/25, 8/1, 8/15, 8/22, 8/29, 9/5, 9/12 (2), 9/19, 9/26, 10/3, 10/10, 10/17 (2), 10/24, 10/31, 11/7, 11/14, 11/21, 11/28, 12/5, 12/19, 12/26

Good

$12.50 ea.

January 24, 1935

Two Women Governors

G/VG

$12.50

 

1926 Issues

1/2, 1/9, 1/16, 1/23, 1/30, 2/6, 2/13, 2/20, 2/27, 3/6, 3/13, 3/20, 3/27, 4/3 (2), 4/10, 4/17, 4/25, 5/1,  5/8, 5/15, 5/22, 5/29, 6/5, 6/12, 6/19, 6/26, 7/3, 7/10, 7/17, 7/24, 7/31, 8/7, 8/14, 8/21, 8/28, 9/4, 9/18 (2), 9/25, 10/2, 10/16, 10/23, 10/30, 11/6 (2), 11/13, 11/20, 11/27, 12/4, 12/11, 12/18 (2), 12/25

Good

$12.50 ea.

 

1927 Issues

1/1 (2), 1/8 (2), 1/15 (2), 1/22, 1/29 (2), 2/5, 2/12, 2/19, 2/26 (2), 3/5 (2), 3/12 (2), 3/19, 3/26 (2), 4/2 (2), 4/9 (2), 4/16 (2), 4/23, 4/30 (2), 5/7 (2), 5/14 (2), 5/21, 5/28 (2 – 1 split), 6/11, 6/18, 6/25, 7/2, 7/9, 7/23, 7/30, 8/13, 8/20, 9/3, 9/17, 9/24, 10/8, 10/15, 10/22, 10/29, 11/5, 11/19, 11/26, 12/3, 12/10, 12/17, 12/24, 12/31

Good

$12.50 ea.

June 4, 1927

New York to Paris in 33-1/2 hours (Lindbergh) report

Good

$17.50

 

Same

Good, back cvr tears

$15.00

July 16, 1927

Chief Justice William Howard Taft

Good

$12.50

September 10, 1927

Henry Ford cover

Good

$15.00

October 1, 1927

Aviation cover & article

Good

$15.00

November 12, 1927

Mussolini cover

Good

$17.50

 

January 7, 1928

Cat cover

Good, splitting spine

$10.00

February 4, 1928

Uncle Eli Surveys Maladetta

Good

$10.00

February 18, 1928

George Washington, the Misrepresented

Good

$10.00

March 3, 1928

Famous American Flagships

Good

$10.00

May 5, 1928

The “Los Angeles” at Home (Airship)

G/VG

$17.50

May 19, 1928

At the Alcazar at Seville

G/VG

$12.50

May 26, 1928

“Memories” (Civil War Veteran)

Good

$10.00

June 2, 1928

“Farm Relief Is a National Need” – Jardine

G/VG

$12.50

June 16, 1928

Dark Horse? (Dawes?)

Good

$10.00

June 23, 1928

“No Surrender” Reed

G/VG

$12.50

July 7, 1928

“The Woman’s Club”

Good

$10.00

July 21, 1928

“Action!” (Olympics)

G/VG

$15.00

August 4, 1928

“Fells Good on the Feet” (baby photo)

G/VG

$12.50

August 11, 1928

“Let’s Be Friends” (dog photo)

G/VG

$12.50

August 25, 1928

our Helen” cover. How Will The States Line Up This Fall?

Good

$10.00

September 1, 1928

“The Puddler” (statue photo)

G/VG

$12.50

September 8, 1928

A September Sail

G/VG

$12.50

September 15, 1928

Spain’s Dictator – Primo de Rivera

G/VG

$12.50

 

Same

Good

$10.00

September 22, 1928

“Be Prepared” is the Boy Scouts’ Motto

G/VG

$15.00

September 29, 1928

Chief Two Gun White Calf, the Man on the Nickel

G/VG

$15.00

October 13, 1928

“Pretty Baby”

G/VG

$12.50

October 20, 1928

Great Mosque at Cordova

Good

$10.00

November 3, 1928

Great Horned Owl cover.

Good

$10.00

December 1, 1928

Speaker’s Chair – Canadian House of Commons

Good

$10.00

December 8, 1928

The Capitol at Night

G/VG

$12.50

December 22, 1928

“Great Expectations” (Xmas photo)

G/VG

$12.50

December 29, 1928

“December”

Not Available

NA

 

1929 Issues

1/12, 1/26, 2/2, 4/13, 4/27, 5/4, 6/8, 6/29 (2), 7/6, 7/20, 7/27, 8/10, 8/24 (2), 9/7, 9/14, 9/21 (2), 9/28, 10/5 (2), 10/12, 10/19, 10/26, 11/2, 11/9, 11/16, 11/23 (2), 11/30, 12/7, 12/14 (2), 12/21, 12/28 (2)

Good

$10.00 ea.

February 9, 1929

Broadway Glimpsed from Woolworth Tower

G/VG

$12.50

February 16, 1929

Girl Scout cover

Good

$15.00

March 9, 1929

Charles Lindbergh – Let Us Talk About Aviation

Good

$15.00

August 31, 1929

Youngest King Plays Indian (Michael of Rumania) – 2 copies

Good

$12.50

 

January 4, 1930

Blind Senator Schall & Seeing Eye Dog – 2 copies

Good

$10.00

January 11, 1930

Queen Mary cover – 2 copies

Good

$10.00

January 18, 1930

Live Scorpions Are Considered A Delicacy in Tunisia.

Good

$10.00

February 1, 1930

Miguel Primo De Rivera

Good

$10.00

February 15, 1930

Miss Mary Anderson – Dept. of Labor – 3 copies

Good

$10.00

February 22, 1930

Taft’s Famous Smile Fades

Good, stain

$10.00

March 1, 1930

Your Last Chance To Vote Wet or Dry (Pathfinder Poll)

Good

$10.00

March 8, 1930

Chief Justice Hughes

Good

$10.00

March 15, 1930

Speaker of the House Longworth

Good

$10.00

March 22, 1930

Final Figures in National Prohibition Referendum

Good

$10.00

April 5, 1930

Native Belle of the Sara-Djinges Tribe of Africa

Good

$10.00

April 12, 1930

Senator Pat Harrison Is the Father of Political Talks by Radio

Good

$10.00

April 19, 1930

First Lady Mrs. Hoover

Good

$10.00

April 26, 1930

John Johnston Parker – Youngest Supreme Court Justice

Good

$10.00

May 3, 1930

Mt. Vernon – 2 copies

Good

$10.00

May 10, 1930

Premier Hamaguchi of Japan

Good

$12.50

May 24, 1930

Face of Medal Voted by Congress To Colonel Charles A. Lindbergh

Good

$10.00

June 7, 1930

Secretary Davis

Good

$10.00

June 14, 1930

Pathfinder vs. Literary Digest Straw Votes

Good

$10.00

June 21, 1930

“King of Swat” Still At It

Good, staining

$12.50

June 28, 1930

Richard Evelyn Byrd

Good

$10.00

July 5, 1930

Benito Mussolini – Greatest Roman of Them All – 2 copies

Good

$12.50

July 12, 1930

Sir Ronald Lindsay

Good

$10.00

July 19, 1930

Von Hindenburg

Good

$10.00

July 26, 1930

John Dewey

Good

$10.00

August 23, 1930

Thomas Edison

Good, spine splitting, no back cover

$10.00

September 20, 1930

Lorado Taft’s 50-foot statue of Chief Black Hawk

Good

$10.00

October 25, 1930

Betty Nuthall

Good

$12.50

November 1, 1930

Haile Selassie I

Not Available

NA

November 8, 1930

Elihu Root

Good

$10.00

November 15, 1930

Edsel Ford

G/VG

$12.50

November 22, 1930

Franklin Roosevelt

Good

$10.00

November 29, 1930

Senator Simeon D. Fess

Good

$10.00

December 6, 1930

Carol I – He Loved Well But Not Wisely

Good

$10.00

December 13, 1930

Wisconsin Gov. Philip La Follette – 2 copies

Good

$10.00

December 20, 1930

Premier of Canada Richard B Bennett – 2 copies

Good

$10.00

December 27, 1930

Albert Einstein – 2 copies

Good

$12.50

 

January 3, 1931

Mussolini

Good

$12.50

January 10, 1931

William N. Doak

Good

$10.00

January 17, 1931

Jessica Dragonette

Good

$10.00

January 24, 1931

Chicago Univ. President Hutchins – 2 copies

Good

$10.00

January 31, 1931

Huey Long

Good

$12.50

February 7, 1931

“Edward P”

Good

$10.00

February 14, 1931

Mahatma Ghandi

Good

$10.00

February 21, 1931

Henry Prather Fletcher

Good

$10.00

February 28, 1931

Rudy Vallee – 2 copies

Good

$12.50

March 7, 1931

Allen Hoover – 2 copies

Good

$10.00

March 14, 1931

Senator Borah

Good

$10.00

March 21 , 1931

“Alfalfa Bill” Murray and Will Rogers

Good

$10.00

March 28, 1931

Associate Justices Oliver Wendell Holmes and Louis Dembitz Brandeis

Good

$10.00

April 4, 1931

George Eastman, Kodak King

Good

$10.00

April 11, 1931

Floyd Gibbons

Good

$10.00

April 18, 1931

King Prajadhipok of Siam – 2 copies

Good

$10.00

April 25, 1931

Cermak Landslide

Good

$10.00

May 2, 1931

King Alfonso XIII of Spain – 2 copies

Good

$10.00

May 9, 1931

Marine Sergeant Faustin Wirkus

Good

$10.00

May 16, 1931

New York Mayor Walker

Good

$10.00

May 23, 1931

President Hoover and Granddaughter Peggy Ann Hoover

Good

$10.00

May 30, 1931

Washington Monument – 2 copies

Good

$10.00

June 6, 1931

Richard B. Russell, Jr.

Good

$10.00

June 13, 1931

Titanic Memorial

Good

$15.00

June 20, 1931

Anton J. Cermak

Good

$10.00

June 27, 1931

President Paul Doumer

Good

$10.00

July 4, 1931

How 48 States Line Up on Prohibition as an Issue

Good

$12.50

July 11, 1931

Prehistoric Creatures

Good

$10.00

July 18, 1931

U. S. S. Texas

Good

$10.00

July 25, 1931

Indian Statue on Capital Dome – 2 copies

Good

$10.00

August 1, 1931

Summer Styles for the Stronger Sex

Good

$10.00

August 8, 1931

President Green of the AFL – 2 copies

Good

$10.00

August 15, 1931

Anne & Colonel Lindbergh – 2 copies

Good

$12.50

August 22, 1931

George Bernard Shaw

Good

$10.00

August 29, 1931

The Fishing Fleet – 2 copies

Good

$10.00

September 5, 1931

Busy Bee – 2 copies

Good

$10.00

September 12, 1931

King George V

Good

$10.00

September 19, 1931

General Smedley D. Butler with Three Mascots

Good

$10.00

September 26, 1931

Gandhi – 2 copies

Good

$12.50

October 3, 1931

Sir Hubert Wilkins – 2 copies

Good

$10.00

October 10, 1931

Columbus Day Illus. – 2 copies

Good

$10.00

October 17, 1931

Chairman Gifford

Good

$10.00

October 24, 1931

France Premier Pierre Laval – 2 copies

Good – pencil on one copy

$10.00

October 31, 1931

Franklin D. Roosevelt

Good

$12.50

November 7, 1931

George Higgins Moses

Good

$10.00

November 14, 1931

US Steel President Farrell

Good

$10.00

November 21, 1931

Mayor Anton J. Cermak

Good

$10.00

November 28, 1931

Dino Grandi

Good

$10.00

December 5, 1931

John (“Jack”) Nance Garner

Good

$10.00

December 12, 1931

Mrs. Hattie Caraway

Good

$10.00

December 19, 1931

Premier of Japan Reijiro Wakatsuki

Good

$10.00

December 26, 1931

Merry Christmas To You

Good

$10.00

 

January 2, 1932

Judging Democratic Finals in Pathfinder Political Contest

Good

$10.00

January 9, 1932

General Chiang Kai-shek – 2 copies

Good

$10.00

January 16, 1932

Senator Borah

Good

$10.00

February 6, 1932

Juliana and Queen Wilhelmina

Good

$10.00

February 13, 1932

Newton Diehl Baker – 2 copies

Good

$10.00

February 20, 1932

Presidential Poll – 2 copies

Good

$10.00

February 27, 1932

President Paul Doumer

Good

$10.00

March 5, 1932

Our Sightless Solons – Senator David Schall (with Lux) and Senator Thomas Pryor Gore

Good

$10.00

March 12, 1932

Colonel William Knox

Good

$10.00

March 19, 1932

Hero of Woosung – General Tang Chi-shui – 2 copies

Good

$10.00

March 26, 1932

Emperor of Manchoukuo

Good

$10.00

April 2, 1932

Eamon De Valera

Good

$10.00

April 9, 1932

It Looks Like A Hoover Year – And How!

Good

$10.00

April 16, 1932

Speaker John Nance Garner

Good

$10.00

April 23, 1932

Paul Ludwig Hans von Beneckendorf und von Hindenburg Defeats Adolf Hitler

Good

$10.00

Same

Good, ink writing

$10.00

April 30, 1932

Walter Johannes Damrosch Predicts End of Jazz

Good

$10.00

May 7, 1932

Dedication of Masonic Temple in Washington’s Memory

Good

$10.00

May 14, 1932

Albert Cabell Ritchie

Good

$10.00

May 21, 1932

Secretary of the Treasury Mills

Good, ink writing

$10.00

May 28, 1932

Swat the Drys vs. Wallop the Wets

Good

$12.50

June 4, 1932

Lieutenant General Sadao Araki

Good

$10.00

June 11, 1932

Governor Murray of Oklahoma (If He Were President … )

Good

$10.00

June 18, 1932

Mayor Jimmie Walker, “Loot” by Albert Payson Terhune

Good

$10.00

June 25, 1932

John D. Rockefeller, Jr.

Good

$10.00

July 2, 1932

Republican Army First on the Field

Good, missing covers

$10.00

July 9, 1932

Miss Amelia Earhart – “Lady Lindy”

Good

$12.50

July 16, 1932

Franklin Roosevelt

Good

$10.00

July 23, 1932

First Lady Hoover

Good

$10.00

July 30, 1932

British Prime Minister MacDonald

Good

$10.00

August 6, 1932

Stanley Baldwin – 2 copies

Good

$10.00

August 13, 1932

Bishop Cannon – 2 copies

Good

$10.00

August 20, 1932

Adolph Hitler

G/VG

$15.00

August 27, 1932

Hoover Hedges

Good

$10.00

September 3, 1932

Altitude Record – Piccard Flight

Good

$12.50

 

Same

Good, stain

$10.00

September 10, 1932

Secretary of Commerce Chapin

Good

$10.00

September 17, 1932

Jouett Shouse

Good

$10.00

September 24, 1932

Newton D. Baker

Good

$10.00

October 1, 1932

Secretary of War Patrick Jay Hurley

Good

$10.00

October 8, 1932

Klementi Voroshilov

Good

$10.00

October 15, 1932

Alfred Pritchard Sloan Jr. (General Motors)

Good

$10.00

October 22, 1932

Premier Saito of Japan

Good

$10.00

October 29, 1932

General Douglas MacArthur

Good

$10.00

November 5, 1932

Samuel Insull

Good

$10.00

November 12, 1932

Ghazi Mustapha Kemal Pasha

Good

$10.00

November 19, 1932

Landslide For the Democrats

Good

$10.00

November 26, 1932

Uncle Sam Permits Heavy Inroads on Postal Revenues

Good

$10.00

December 3, 1932

Legal Beer Expected to Act Like Magic Wand

Good

$10.00

December 10, 1932

European Nations Flatly Warned They Must Pay Their War Debts

Good

$10.00

December 17, 1932

Organized Labor Threatens “Force” to Secure Its Aims – Farmers May Copy

Good

$10.00

December 24, 1932

“Buy American” Latest Appeal To Save Industry

Good

$10.00

December 31, 1932

Huge Postal Deficit Causes Deep Concern

Good

$10.00

 

January 7, 1933

Prosperity Impossible Until Rural Half of America Gets Square Deal

Good

$10.00

January 14, 1933

Home Loan Banks, Heralded as Relief, Promise Little Help

Good

$10.00

January 21, 1933

Rubber Goods Are Bouncing Over Our Tariff Wall

Good

$10.00

January 28, 1933

Farm Allotment Plan to Start Business Up by Helping Farmers to Buy More

Good

$10.00

February 4, 1933

Unjust Differences Between Prices Farmers Have To Pay and Those They Get

Good

$10.00

February 11, 1933

Industrial Magnates Now Alarmed Over Cheap Importations

Good

$10.00

March 4, 1933

Woman Who Saved the President-Elect – 2 copies

Good

$12.50

March 11, 1933

That Gambling Den Called Wall Street Is Diseased Appendix Which Must Come Out

Good

$10.00

March 18, 1933

Why Freezing Up Bank Credits Brought Money Crisis

Good

$10.00

April 1, 1933

Intoxication

Good, scribbles

$10.00

April 8, 1933

Should Soviet Russia Be Recognized?

Good

$10.00

April 15, 1933

AndorraVest Pocket Republic

Good

$10.00

April 22, 1933

Accusations Made That Salaries Paid Insurance Magnates Are Outrageous

Good

$10.00

April 29, 1933

Reduction of Postage on “Local” Letters First Step Toward Ending Postal Deficit

Good

$10.00

May 6, 1933

Dethronement of Old King Gold Starts the Dollars to Circulating

Good

$10.00

May 13, 1933

Framers, Unorganized, Have to Sell to a World That is All Organized

Good

$10.00

May 20, 1933

Spring “Lambs” in Immense Numbers Flock to Wall Street to Be Slaughtered

Good

$10.00

May 27, 1933

Uncle Sam Is After Big Cement Trust

Good

$10.00

June 3, 1933

Openings for Return of Industrial Prosperity Reduced to Simple A B C Proposition

Good

$10.00

June 10, 1933

Morgan Dynasty Exerts Tight Grip on Industries by Giving Rich Favors to Men in Influential Positions

Good

$10.00

June 17, 1933

Wall Street Reeks with Unearned Profits

Good

$10.00

June 24, 1933

The Crab Symbolizes the Summer Solstice – and No Wonder

Good

$10.00

July 8, 1933

Wheat To be Used as Foundation Stone of New Prosperity for All the World

Good

$10.00

July 15, 1933

Can Advertising Help the “New Deal?” – 2 copies

Good

$10.00

July 23, 1933

Brazil’s Coffee Growers Also Have Problem of Surplus Product

Good

$10.00

July 29, 1933

Farm Act and Industrial Act to Raise Purchasing Power

Good

$10.00

August 12, 1933

All Things Conspire to Raise Prices of Farm Products

Good

$10.00

August 19, 1933

Secretary Wallace Tells Why Advertising of Specific Crops Will Not Help

Good

$10.00

August 26, 1933

Planet Saturn Also Shows Depression

Good

$10.00

September 2, 1933

Unseen Difficulties in Government’s Plans to Aid Grain Prices

Good

$10.00

September 9, 1933

Buying Power Must Now Be Built Up By Greatly Expanding Consumption

Good

$10.00

September 16, 1933

Farm Income Up 40% But Buying Power Lags Due To Price Boosts

Good

$10.00

September 23, 1933

How Socialism Has Spread Over the Earth in One Century

Good

$10.00

September 30, 1933

Huge Gap Between What Farmer Gets and What He Pays Out Must Be Closed

Good

$10.00

October 7, 1933

Great Advances in Air Navigation Made in Last Year

Good

$10.00

October 14, 1933

Buying Revival Delayed by Slowness of Credit Expansion

Good

$10.00

October 21, 1933

NRA Has Teeth – and Will Use Them if Provoked Too Much

Good

$10.00

October 28, 1933

War Next Year!

Good

$10.00

November 4, 1933

Roosevelt Trying Hard to Lift Buying Power – Especially of Farmers

Good

$10.00

November 11, 1933

Money Must Talk – Roosevelt’s Program for Buying Gold Will Force Prices Up

Good

$10.00

November 18, 1933

New Sunspot Cycle Just Beginning – 2 copies

Good

$10.00

December 2, 1933

Why Deflation Must Be Stopped, Prices Raised and Buying Power Rebuilt

Good

$10.00

December 9, 1933

Why U. S. Can’t Prosper Until Farmer’s Dollar Is Worth 100 Cents

Good

$10.00

December 16, 1933

The “Index Figure” of Commodity prices – What It All Means

Good

$10.00

December 23, 1933

Why Human Labor Can’t Be Regimented In a Free Country

Good

$10.00

December 30, 1933

Uncle Sam May Link Phones, Wires and Radio in One Big Combine

Good

$10.00

           

January 6, 1934

Pathfinder Analyzes Nine Depressions

Good

$10.00

January 13, 1934

How Will You Use That Extra Leisure?

Good

$10.00

January 20, 1934

Credit Structure and All Business Should Be Helped by Better banking

Good

$10.00

January 27, 1934

All Good Americans Should Cooperate And Give Recovery Plans Chance To Take Effect

Good

$10.00

February 3, 1934

What It Means – the Seizure of Gold by Uncle Sam

Good

$10.00

February 10, 1934

New Monetary Plan Awakens Interest in Federal Reserve

Good

$10.00

February 17, 1934

Gold Forced Higher, Dollar Forced Lower

Good, ink writing front page

$10.00

February 24, 1934

Farmers, Wage Earners Must Get Much More Before Surpluses Can Be Unloaded

Good

$10.00

March 3, 1934

Bloody Austrian Revolt Crushed

Good

$10.00

March 10, 1934

Farm Product Prices Must Be Doubled To Let Farmers Buy Other Products

Good

$10.00

March 17, 1934

U. S. Goes Democratic, Then Climate Does

Good

$10.00

March 24, 1934

New Deal 1st Year Saw More Action Than Whole Century of Do-nothing-ness

Good

$10.00

March 31, 1934

How Congress makes Those Laws Which You Must Obey

Good

$10.00

April 7, 1934

Which Will Win – Higher Prices or Purchasing Power

Good

$10.00

April 14, 1934

Those Recovery Cogs Are Speeding Up the Peaceful Revolution

Good

$10.00

April 21, 1934

“Lady Luck” Kinder Than Wall Street – Lotteries to Pay for Everything

Good

$10.00

April 28, 1934

All About the Tariff

Good

$10.00

May 5, 1934

Fall of Wheat and Other Farm Staples Upsets All Plans for Recovery

Good

$10.00

May 12, 1934

Too Costly Distribution Acts as Bottle Neck

Good

$10.00

May 19, 1934

Farmers Must Get Twice as Much Before They Can Buy Manufactured Products

Good

$10.00

May 26, 1934

Additional Pressure Must Be Employed to Force Prices Higher

Good

$10.00

June 2, 1934

Products of Cheap Foreign Labor Flood U. S. Market and Spoil World Trade

Good

$10.00

June 9, 1934

Is Our Climate Growing Warmer? Do Weather Cycles Produce Depressions?

Good

$10.00

June 16, 1934

Part Two of Is Our Climate Growing Warmer

Good

$10.00

June 23, 1934

Increasing Number of Big Industries Reduce Prices

Good

$10.00

June 30, 1934

Roosevelt Plan Will Assure Livelihood, Housing and Welfare for the Poorest

Good

$10.00

July 7, 1934

Outrageous Boosting of Construction Costs at Expense of Agriculture Caused the Depression

Good

$10.00

July 14, 1934

Big Business Is Reducing Prices So Masses Can Buy

Good

$10.00

July 21, 1934

Labor Costs So High Workers Can’t Buy Their Own Products

Good

$10.00

July 28, 1934

Exhibit of Freaks by Consumers’ Council – 2 copies

Good

$10.00

August 11, 1934

Workers Always Have Right To Strike – But All the People Have Superior Rights

Good

$10.00

August 18, 1934

U. S. Housing Plan to Provide Homes for the Needy and Increase Employment

Good

$10.00

August 25, 1934

President’s Action Nationalizing Silver Helps Drive Wheat and Other Prices Up

Good

$10.00

September 1, 1934

Drought Takes Control and Forces Reversing of Reduction Plans. Prices Going Up

Good

$10.00

September 8, 1934

More Money Coming – Inflation and Drought Both Mean Higher Farm Prices

Good

$10.00

September 15, 1934

Myriads of Plans, Schemes and Isms Bob Up to Plague Recovery

Good

$10.00

September 22, 1934

Agriculture Must Get More!

Good

$10.00

September 29, 1934

Recovery Must Wait For World Trade Return

Good

$10.00

October 6, 1934

Pensions for Everybody at Age Sixty the New Panacea

Good, back cover torn

$10.00

October 13, 1934

Alcohol and Autos a Bad Mixture

Good

$10.00

October 27, 1934

President Urges Balance of Prices – To Help Farmers

Good

$10.00

November 10, 1934

Business Gains Show Higher Retail Prices Can Only Follow, Not Precede, Recovery

Good

$10.00

November 17, 1934

Plenty for All – But Distribution Problem Still Remains to Be Solved

Good

$10.00

November 24, 1934

Farm Prospects Bright but Prices Still too Low to Give Farmers Fair Share of Income

Good

$10.00

December 1, 1934

Union Labor Can’t Buy Its Own Products

Good

$10.00

December 8, 1934

Is The Burial of the Republican Party Premature?

Good

$10.00

December 15, 1933

Can United States Share World Trade and If So, How?

     Good

$10.00

December 22, 1934

“Spending” Seems the Only Way Back to Prosperity for This Nation

Good

$10.00

December 29, 1934

Chemical Knowledge to Rescue Agriculture by Farming the Air as Well as the Earth

Good

$10.00

 

January 5, 1935

Short Congress Hoped as Capitol Hill Sees Merry-go-Round Open Under Same Boss

Good

$10.00

January 19, 1935

Don’t Buy an Auto Until the Manufacturers Reduce Prices and Stop Catering to the Speed Maniacs

Good

$10.00

January 26, 1935

When – If Ever – Are We Going to Get Back Our Share of World Trade?

Good

$10.00

February 2, 1935

Let’s See What Would Happen If 30-Hour Week Was Adopted

Good

$10.00

February 9, 1935

The Consumer Gets His Voice Back

Good

$10.00

February 16, 1935

Strange Parallelism Between Careers of Roosevelts – Each has His Comets

Good

$10.00

March 2, 1935

How Much Is A Billion?

Good

$10.00

March 9, 1935

Government Spending, Carried Far Enough, Is Sure to Force Money to Circulating

Good

$10.00

March 16, 1935

First Two Years of New Deal Show Mixed Results

Good

$10.00

March 23, 1935

Worst Ism of All – Pessimism – Shakes This Nation.

Good

$10.00

March 30, 1935

Throwing Away Our Cotton Heritage to Help the World

Good

$10.00

April 6, 1935

Bad News for the New Deal – Weather Now Going Republican

Good

$10.00

April 13, 1935

Purchasing Power Has Gained on Cost of Living, but Gap is Still Big

Good

$10.00

April 20, 1935

Pros and Cons of Uncle Sam’s Spending Spree

Good

$10.00

April 27, 1935

Feng-Shui” Must Be Appeased If Dust Storm Problem Is to Be Solved -- 2 copies

Good

$10.00

May 4, 1935

Can Future Weather, Crops and Prices Be Forecast from Growth of Trees?

Good

$10.00

May 11, 1935

World Trade Now Vanishing

Good

$10.00

May 18, 1935

Does Machinery Give Us MORE – or Does It Give Us LESS?

Good

$10.00

May 25, 1935

Retail Prices Must Be Kept Low or the Multitude Will Face Starvation

Good

$10.00

June 1, 1935

Dr. Tugwell to “Make America Over”

Good

$10.00

June 8, 1935

New Wagner Act Gives Organized Labor Undisputed Power Over All Industry

Good

$10.00

June 15, 1935

President Asks People for More Power as Supreme Court Edict Wrecks New Deal Plans

Good

$10.00

June 22, 1935

Where Does the Farm Dollar Go from Here?

Good

$10.00

June 29, 1935

Products Are Failing to Be Exchanged in Increased Volume

Good

$10.00

July 6, 1935

“Soak the Rich” to Benefit Masses – is F. D.’s Plan

Good

$10.00

July 13, 1935

Treeless Nations Poor, Americans Learn After 300 Years of Timber Slaughter

Good

$10.00

July 20, 1935

Prices Must Be Low – Consumers Can’t Buy “Quality” Goods

Good

$10.00

July 27, 1935

All Wealth Belongs to All  -- According to the New Deal

Good

$10.00

August 17, 1935

Farm Purchasing Power Needs Another Boost

Good

$10.00

November 30, 1935

“The New Ideal” – 24 pages

Good

$10.00

 

October 17, 1936

Radium’s Rival: A Million-Volt X-Ray Machine

G/VG

$12.50

October 24, 1936

The Youth of the World Looks Forward to What?

G/VG

$12.50

November 7, 1936

One Day Each Year makes America Navy-Conscious

G/VG

$10.00

 

June 26, 1937

Women Last Week Marched Militantly in Labor’s Big Picket Lines

Good

$10.00

July 3, 1937

She Threatened Steel Pickets with a Union of Non-Cooking Wives

Good

$10.00

July 24, 1937

La Guardia May Be the First to Beat Tammany Twice in a Row

Good

$10.00

August 7, 1937

Kokichi Mikimoto, Their Rich Boss, Tried To Make Them Wear More Clothes

Good

$10.00

August 14, 1937

Babies Are Wanted

Good

$10.00

October 9, 1937

Dread Alcatraz Has a Grim Meaning

Good

$10.00

October 27, 1937

Searchers for Peace: Hull and Davis

Good

$10.00

December 25, 1937

Du Pont Set a Goal, Chester a Method

G/VG

$12.50

 

January 1, 1938

The ‘Son of Heaven’ Came Down to Earth

G/VG

$12.50

January 8, 1938

Toscanini Is the World’s Greatest

Good

$10.00

January 15, 1938

College Girls Fed Silk to a Fire

Good, stain

$10.00

 

May 27, 1939

The First lady Rides As She Pleases

G/VG

$12.50

June 3, 1939

Surplus

Good

$10.00

June 10, 1939

America’s Master Map

Good

$10.00

June 17, 1939

Vandenberg Is Willin

Good

$10.00

June 24, 1939

Nation’s Library

G/VG

$10.00

July 1, 1939

America Is First in Flight

G/VG

$12.50

July 8, 1939

Stephen Fowler Chadwick -- Patriotism

G/VG

$10.00

July 15, 1939

Moscicki and Men: “For Air and Sun”

G/VG

$10.00

July 22, 1939

Byrd: Again to Antarctica

G/VG

$12.50

July 29, 1939

The Speaker Counts the Days

G/VG

$10.00

August 5, 1939

Joe Martin – Next Speaker?

G/VG

$10.00

August 12, 1939

Lewis: Boomerang Words?

G/VG

$10.00

August 19, 1939

Names by the Millions – Census

Good

$10.00

August 26, 1939

America Plays at War

G/VG

$12.50

September 2, 1939

50 Millions Go Up in Smoke (Forest Fires)

Good

$10.00

September 9, 1939

Hitler: The World Waited

G/VG

$12.50

September 16, 1939

Man in Gas Mask

G/VG

$12.50

September 23, 1939

Britain Blockades

G/VG

$12.50

September 30, 1939

The Soviet Steps In

G/VG

$12.50

October 7, 1930

Congress Met – Europe Watched

G/VG

$12.50

October 14, 1939

Let’s Keep Out of  It!

G/VG

$12.50

October 21, 1939

Young Finn: His Nation Eyed Russia

G/VG

$12.50

October 28, 1939

Lindbergh on War and Peace

G/VG

$12.50

November 4, 1939

In London and Elsewhere: Bomb Fear

G/VG

$12.50

November 11, 1939

Neutrality: After Much Doodling …

G/VG

$12.50

November 18, 1939

John D. Rockefeller, Jr.

G/VG

$12.50

November 25, 1939

Trouble for Rich Wilhelmina

G/VG

$12.50

December 2, 1939

U. S. Destroyers: Topheavy?

G/VG

$12.50

December 9, 1939

For Santa’s Sack: Millions in Toys

Good

$10.00

December 23, 1939

Procope Appealed to Americans

G/VG

$12.50

December 30, 1939

1939: War’s Year

G/VG

$12.50

 

January 6, 1940

Sun, Snow & Tourism

Good

$10.00

January 13, 1940

Balkan Peace Faces a Gathering Storm

G/VG

$12.50

January 20, 1940

Jackson Day Diners

G/VG

$12.50

January 27, 1940

Hull Has a Fight on His Hands

G/VG

$10.00

February 3, 1940

Our Children – “As The Twig Is Bent”

Good, tear

$10.00

February 10, 1940

U. S. Navy: World’s Best

G/VG

$12.50

February 17, 1940

Finns: More Aid for More Victory

G/VG

$12.50

February 24, 1940

Garner: No Pussyfooting

G/VG

$12.50

March 2, 1940

Frank: A Program For Republicans

G/VG

$12.50

March 9, 1940

Successor To The Autogyro?

G/VG

$12.50

March 16, 1940

Armies In the Near East

G/VG

$12.50

March 23, 1940

Dewey In Wisconsin

G/VG

$12.50

March 30, 1940

Gannett – Special Interest: Agriculture

G/VG

$10.00

April 6, 1940

Michelson versus Waltman

G/VG

$10.00

April 13, 1940

Hoover & Poll

G/VG

$12.50

April 20, 1940

Landis & Baseball

G/VG

$12.50

April 27, 1940

Britain’s Bark, Five Years of the WPA

G/VG

$12.50

May 4, 1940

Whither Mussolini?, The Klan: No More Masks

Good

$10.00

May 11, 1940

G. O. P. Keynoter: Harold Stassen

G/VG

$12.50

May 18, 1940

Cromwell: No Playboy, Roosevelt, Il Duce & The Pope

Good, torn back cover

$10.00

May 25, 1940

Churchill: “Blood, Toil, Tears, Sweat”

G/VG

$12.50

June 8, 1940

The Refugee Horror, The Fifth Column & the Americans

G/VG

$12.50

June 15, 1940

Willkie: Potent Boom

Good

$10.00

June 29, 1940

Petain: With Heavy Heart

G/VG

$12.50

July 6, 1940

Willkie: G. O. P. Winner

G/VG

$12.50

July 13, 1940

Our Army & Mechanization

G/VG

$12.50

July 20, 1940

Victory for Dempsey

Good

$10.00

July 27, 1940

Roosevelt Again?

G/VG

$12.50

August 3, 1940

Win Without Farley?, The Roosevelt-Wilkie Race

G/VG

$10.00

August 10, 1940

Green: Nationally Important

G/VG

$10.00

August 17, 1940

Pershing, Britain & Ships

G/VG

$12.50

August 24, 1940

In the Air Over Britain

G/VG

$12.50

August 31, 1940

In Canada: Joint U. S. Defense, The Vanishing Hobo

Good

$10.00

September 7, 1940

McNary’s Acceptance, For London & Berlin: Bombs

G/VG

$12.50

September 14, 1940

Jesse Jones: Success Story, The War’s First Year

G/VG

$12.50

November 2, 1940

Churchill: “So Are the Fishes”

G/VG

$12.50

November 9, 1940

Rookie Life in the U. S. Army

G/VG

$12.50

November 16, 1940

History-Maker – F.D.R.

G/VG

$12.50

November 23, 1940

Speaker Rayburn: Big Job

G/VG

$12.50

December 7, 1940

Rear Admiral Emory S. Land

Good, insect damage

$10.00

December 14, 1940

Football: To the Bowls

Good

$10.00

December 21, 1940

Merry Christmas

Good

$10.00

December 28, 1940

What 1940 Brought

G/VG

$12.50

 

January 4, 1941

Beckoning Winter Travelers

G/VG

$10.00

January 11, 1941

Machine Tools & Defense

G/VG

$12.50

January 18, 1941

A “Bridge of Ships” to Britain

G/VG

$12.50

January 25, 1941

Wings for Democracy

Good

$10.00

February 1, 1941

Aluminum in Defense

Good

$10.00

February 8, 1941

Steel

Good

$10.00

February 15, 1941

Automotive Industries

Good

$10.00

February 22, 1941

America We Live For Thee

G/VG

$10.00

March 1, 1941

Defense Chemicals

Good

$12.50

March 8, 1941

Textile Industry

Good

$10.00

March 15, 1941

World’s Deepest Oil Well

Good

$10.00

March 22, 1941

Dough for the Doughboys

Good

$12.50

March 29, 1941

Power for Defense

Good

$10.00

April 5, 1941

Shipping Becomes a “Vital Bridge”

Good

$10.00

April 12, 1941

Cherry Blossom Time in Washington

G/VG

$10.00

April 19, 1941

Communications

Good

$10.00

April 26, 1941

Railroads in Defense

G/VG

$12.50

May 3, 1941

Inflation

Good

$10.00

May 10, 1941

Patrols & Convoys

Good

$10.00

May 17, 1941

Submarines

Good

$12.50

May 24, 1941

Tanks

G/VG

$12.50

May 31, 1941

Defense Progress

Good

$10.00

June 7, 1941

“June Week” at Annapolis

G/VG

$12.50

June 14, 1941

Old Glory

G/VG

$12.50

June 21, 1941

Plastics

Good

$10.00

July 5, 1941

General Henry H. Arnold

G/VG

$12.50

July 12, 1941

Rubber

G/VG

$12.50

July 19, 1941

War Production

G/VG

$12.50

July 26, 1941

Iceland

G/VG

$10.00

August 2, 1941

Philippines

G/VG

$12.50

August 9, 1941

U. S. Fleet in Troubled Pacific

Good

$10.00

August 16, 1941

Bill Batt Goes To Bat for Defense

Good

$10.00

August 23, 1941

Hawaii On The Alert

Good

$10.00

August 30, 1941

MacArthur Commands Far East Forces

G/VG

$12.50

September 6, 1941

Alaska, Meet W. A. Harriman

Good

$10.00

September 13, 1941

Car Accidents, Ozone, “Bill” Paley, Two Long Years of War

Good

$12.50

September 20, 1941

Odlum’s Problem Is Small Business

Good

$10.00

September 27, 1941

Movies, The Farm Situation

Good

$10.00

October 4, 1941

“Curly” Brooks of Illinois

Good

$10.00

October 11, 1941

For The Defense of America

Good

$12.50

October 18, 1941

Navy’s Captain Rosendahl, Blimps

Good

$10.00

October 25, 1941

Magnesium for Defense

Good

$10.00

November 1, 1941

Rear Admiral Ernest J. King Commands Atlantic Patrol

Good

$12.50

November 8, 1941

Frank Comerford Walker, Postmaster General

Good

$10.00

November 15, 1941

Watch on the Atlantic

Good

$10.00

November 22, 1941

America Needs More Munitions

Good

$10.00

November 29, 1941

Pioneer Bomber Builder

Good

$10.00

December 6, 1941

Problem in the Pacific

Good

$12.50

December 13, 1941

House Ruled by Clarence Cannon

Good

$10.00

December 20, 1941

War In The Pacific

Good

$12.50

December 27, 1941

MacArthur Makes History, Theater of War

Good, hole in back cover

$12.50

 

January 3, 1942

Civilian Defense Volunteer

Good

$10.00

January 10, 1942

Allied Leaders

Good

$10.00

January 17, 1942

China’s Fighters & Leaders

Good

$10.00

January 24, 1942

Last Stand on Luzon

Good

$12.50

January 31, 1942

Indies’ Guardians and Wealth

Good

$10.00

February 7, 1942

Macassar Strait

Good

$10.00

February 14, 1942

Admiral Nimitz

Good

$12.50

February 21, 1942

To Open Pacific Sea Lanes

Good

$12.50

February 28, 1942

Sugar Rationing

Good

$12.50

March 7, 1942

Five Men on the War, “Our First Job -- Production” -- FDR

Good

$12.50

March 14, 1942

India – Menaced Empire

Good

$12.50

March 21, 1942

Australia Prepares, The War in Review

Good

$12.50

April 4, 1942

Leo T. Crowley: Alien Property Custodian

Good

$10.00

April 11, 1942

Industrial Silver, Soybean Boom

Good

$10.00

April 18, 1942

William S. Farish, James S. Knowlson

Good

$10.00

April 25, 1942

Auto Plants to War

Good

$12.50

May 2, 1942

Ships for Victory, “Aqua Cheetah”

G/VG

$12.50

May 9, 1942

FDR Awards Congressional Medal of Honor to Lieut. Edward O’Hare

G/VG

$12.50

May 16, 1942

James Cash Penney, War Production Board’s Salvage Campaign

Good, stains

$10.00

May 23, 1942

Rep. Albert Arnold Gore

Good

$10.00

May 30, 1942

Emil Schram, Alaska Highway

G/VG

$12.50

June 6, 1942

Curtiss AT-9 Bomber Trainers

Good

$12.50

June 13, 1942

Kiss the Tires Goodbye, The Air Front

Good

$12.50

June 20, 1942

Rep. Joseph W. Martin, Chemical Warfare, Midway Island

Good

$12.50

July 11, 1942

Maj. Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, Woman Man the Big Guns At Aberdeen Ordnance Proving Grounds

Good

$12.50

July 18, 1942

Dehydrated Food, Nurses Needed

Good

$12.50

July 25, 1942

Sen. Prentiss M. Brown

Good

$12.50

August 1, 1942

Cargo Planes to Beat Subs?

Good

$10.00

August 8, 1942

British Troops Train for Invasion

G/VG

$12.50

August 15, 1942

Henry J. Kaiser

G/VG

$12.50

August 22, 1942

First Aid in the Field

Good

$12.50

August 29, 1942

U. S. Army Air Force Men Load Bomb Bay of Flying Fortress

Good

$12.50

September 5, 1942

Commandos, Marines and Combat Engineers

G/VG

$12.50

September 12, 1942

Senator C. Wayland Brooks

Good

$12.50

September 19, 1942

Joseph B. Eastman – Head of Nation’s War-Time Transportation System

Good

$12.50

September 26, 1942

Bernard M. Baruch

Good

$12.50

October 3, 1942

Gov. George A. Wilson, Balsa Quest

Good

$10.00

October 10, 1942

New Pipelines Built, War Powers, Oil Rationing

Good

$12.50

October 17, 1942

Clare Boothe Luce

Good, tear

$12.50

October 24, 1942

FDR, Andrew Jackson Higgins, Adm. Frank Leighton, Gov. Sam Jones

G/VG

$12.50

October 31, 1942

Ed. H. Moore of Oklahoma

Good

$10.00

November 7, 1942

Marines “Bomb-Up” on Guadalcanal’s Henderson Field

Good

$12.50

November 14, 1942

Thomas E. Dewey

Good

$12.50

November 21, 1942

Montgomery and Eisenhower

G/VG

$12.50

November 28, 1942

Lieut. Gen. Mark Clark

Good, hole

$10.00

December 5, 1942

War’s First Year

Good

$12.50

December 12, 1942

Governor John W. Bricker, Lt. Comdr Dorothy Stratton

Good

$12.50

December 19, 1942

Manuel Quezon – President of Philippine Commonwealth

Good

$10.00

December 26, 1942

American Troops, Guided by Natives, Advance in New Guinea

Good

$12.50

 

January 2, 1943

Sam Houston and Cruiser “Houston”

G/VG

$12.50

January 16, 1943

Sen. Albert W. Hawkes, Eleven SPARS Begin Training at New London, Conn.

G/VG

$12.50

January 23, 1943

Tools That Make Tools

Good

$10.00

June 26, 1943

Dinner in New Guinea, Dewey Leads Field

G/VG

$12.50

 

January 3, 1944

Films of Soldiers’ Work Being Viewed by Troops

Good

$10.00

January 10, 1944

50th Anniversary (Bicycle cover). The Human Harvest From the Machine Age

Good

$12.50

January 17, 1944

Snowball Fight. World at War

G/VG

$12.50

January 24, 1944

Seabees at Work Road Building in the Aleutians

Good

$10.00

January 31, 1944

Switchboard on Cape Gloucester Set in a Fox Hole

Good

$10.00

February 14, 1944

Photo of Southern Italy

Good

$10.00

February 21, 1944

Raboul Stud Being Played by Four Tyler, Texas G. I.’s

Good

$10.00

February 28, 1944

Lieut. Gen. Joseph Stilwell

G/VG

$15.00

March 6, 1944

Switchman on Steel Mill Switch Engine

G/VG

$12.50

March 13, 1944

Fentress Co., Tenn. Draft Board

G/VG

$12.50

March 20, 1944

Herefords on the Farm

G/VG

$12.50

March 27, 1944

Pvt. Homer Connell of Columbia, GA Under Anaesthesia on Bougainville in the Solomons in Surgery Dugout

Good, tear

$10.00

April 3, 1944

Soldier of the Cross. Grave of Sgt. L. J. Paquette of Linden, Mich., One of First American Soldiers To Fall in Burma

Good

$10.00

April 17, 1944

Submarine Fishermen. Steel Nets Placed Across Mouths of Harbors

G/VG

$12.50

April 24, 1944

Family in Louisiana Backyard

G/VG

$12.50

May 1, 1944

Welcome Home Chuck – Sgt. C. E. “Commando” Kelly Greeted Like This by His Shawno Street Neighbors – 2 copies

G/VG

$12.50

May 8, 1944

Lt. George S. Patton, Jr.

Good

$15.00

May 15, 1944

Woman and Child Work in Victory Garden – 2 copies

G/VG

$12.50

May 22, 1944

Brig. Gen. T. H. Landon Using G.I. Washing Machine – 2 copies

G/VG

$12.50

May 29, 1944

Seabees Clear Road To Shore of Emirau, in South Pacific  -- 2 copies

G/VG

$12.50

June 5, 1944

Seasoned Face of Coast Guard Man

G/VG

$12.50

Same

Good

$10.00

June 12, 1944

U. S. Rangers Train in Britain

G/VG

$12.50

Same

Good

$10.00

June 19, 1944

Buy War Bonds

G/VG

$12.50

Same

Good

$10.00

June 26, 1944

Nazis in Italy Surrender – 2 copies

G/VG

$15.00

July 3, 1944

Making Ice Cream (Drawing by Hansen)

G/VG

$10.00

July 10, 1944

Shasta Dam

Good

$10.00

July 17, 1944

Brush Face & Egg Head – GI Styles

G/VG

$12.50

July 24, 1944

Navajo Hand-Weaves Rug

G/VG

$12.50

July 31, 1944

Frank Prist, Jr., War Correspondent Teaches Two New Guinea Natives

G/VG

$12.50

August 14, 1944

Tamile Natives Spin Prop of U. S. Built Plane at Ceylon Base

G/VG

$12.50

August 21, 1944

French Couple Greeting GI Joe

G/VG

$12.50

September 11, 1944

Yanks Guarded Rhine Valley in 1919, Face Same Task Now

G/VG

$12.50

September 18, 1944

Christmas At The Front

Good

$12.50

September 25, 1944

Atty. General Francis Biddle

G/VG

$12.50

October 9, 1944

Crowds Watch as Yanks March by in Vittel, France

G/VG

$12.50

October 23, 1944

Marine on Peleliu

Good

$12.50

October 30, 1944

In Costumes for Halloween

G/VG

$12.50

November 6, 1944

Lt. G. M. Collins Carried Out of Burma Jungles After 45 Days – 2 copies

G/VG

$12.50

November 20, 1944

Thanksgiving During War – 2 copies

G/VG

$12.50

November 27, 1944

“Big Inch” Carries Salt from 2600-Year-Old Mine to Refinery in China

Good, front cover detached

$10.00

December 4, 1944

3-Year-Old British Lad in Foster Nursery Wakened by Bombs

G/VG

$12.50

December 11, 1944

Vice Admiral Mitscher Cutting Cake

G/VG

$12.50

December 18, 1944

Battle Fatigue

G/VG

$12.50

December 25, 1944

Children in Chair by Fire – 2 copies

G/VG

$10.00

 

January 1, 1945

War on Leyte. New Year’s Sacrifices  -- Prayers and the Pain of the Wounded – 2 copies

G/VG

$12.50

January 8, 1945

French Welcome U. S. Soldier

G/VG

$12.50

January 15, 1945

Elephant Helped GI’s Move 2600-lb. Refrigerator at India Army Post

G/VG

$12.50

January 22, 1945

Rocket Jets Send Plane Into Sky at Spectacular Angle

Good

$10.00

January 29, 1945

Rescuer Braves Fire to Save Pilot After Crash Landing Aboard Carrier – 2 copies

Good

$12.50

February 5, 1945

Marine Private Loretta Fuhrer Runs 24-inch Turning lathe

G/VG

$15.00

February 12, 1945

Fiddle Player

Good, tear

$10.00

February 19, 1945

Serg. Leonard Has First Ice Cream Soda in Two Years in India – 2 copies

G/VG

$12.50

 

Same

Good

$10.00

February 26, 1945

Bill Galos’ Fourth Messkit of Food After Rescue

G/VG

$12.50

Same

Good, tear, pencil stars

$10.00

March 5, 1945

China Refugee Home to Tengchung

Good, hole

$10.00

March 12, 1945

Ike Eisenhower of Denison Grins as His Armies Push Toward Berlin – 3 copies

G/VG

$10.00

March 19, 1945

Tides of Humanity Must Seek New Homes – 2 copies

G/VG

$12.50

March 26, 1945

Boy Scouts to Collect 150,000 Tons of Paper Scrap For War

G/VG

$12.50

 

Same

Good

$10.00

 

Same

Good, gouge

$10.00

April 2, 1945

Easter Dawn Sees Services in Pacific Isles – 3 copies

G/VG

$10.00

April 9, 1945

One of Many Nazi Officers Captured – 2 copies

Good

$10.00

April 16, 1945

Hercules Brown Is a One-Man Army Around Cooper’s Mills, Me.

G/VG

$12.50

 

Same

Good, insect dam.

$10.00

April 23, 1945

Harry S. Truman

G/VG

$12.50

Same

Good

$10.00

April 30, 1945

Victims on Luzon

Good

$10.00

May 7, 1945

White Flag of Surrender

Fair/Good, no back cover

$7.50

May 21, 1945

Statue of Liberty on VE Day

G/VG

$12.50

May 28, 1945

Red Wing’s No.1 Mail Carrier is Red Wing’s No 1 Orchardist

G/VG

$12.50

June 4, 1945

5-Star War Leaders in Seventh War Loan Appeal – 2 copies

G/VG

$10.00

June 11, 1945

Capt. “Dizie” Kiefer’s Farewell To Crew

G/VG

$10.00

June 18, 1945

Victory Smile – General Eisenhower – 2 copies

G/VG

$10.00

June 25, 1945

Corp. Lissa, St. Louis, on Okinawa in Muddy Boots – 2 copies

G/VG

$10.00

July 2, 1945

Independence, Mo., Summer Capital

G/VG

$10.00

July 9, 1945

Railbirds at County Fair

Good

$10.00

July 16, 1945

Jesse Kettell’s Miracle

G/VG

$10.00

July 23, 1945

“Pop” Concerts Draw ‘Em

Good

$10.00

July 30, 1945

Got A Job For A Vet?

G/VG

$10.00

August 6, 1945

Panning For Gold

G/VG

$10.00

August 20, 1945

Home Canning

G/VG

$10.00

August 27, 1945

Mac Arthur, Boss of War

G/VG

$10.00

September 10, 1945

Bigski’s Picket Line

G/VG

$10.00

September 24, 1945

Billy Conn Gets Kiss From Mike Jacobs

G/VG

$10.00

October 1, 1945

Trout Fishing

Good

$10.00

October 8, 1945

Corn-Husking Time

G/VG

$10.00

October 17, 1945

Female Hunter with Dog

G/VG

$10.00

October 24, 1945

Football cover

Good

$10.00

October 31, 1945

Jack-O’-Lantern

G/VG

$10.00

November 7, 1945

Back Home Again

G/VG

$10.00

November 14, 1945

Grave of Unknown Soldier

Not Available

NA

November 21, 1945

Boy with Ax and Turkey

G/VG

$10.00

November 28, 1945

The Plain People

Good

$10.00

December 5, 1945

Boating: Alaskan Eskimo Style

G/VG

$10.00

December 12, 1945

Einstein of Princeton – 2 copies

G/VG

$10.00

December 26, 1945

The Adoration of the Shepherds by Giorgione

G/VG

$10.00

 

January 2, 1946

Entering Church

G/VG

$10.00

January 30, 1946

Gen. McNarney Succeeds Ike in Europe

G/VG

$10.00

February 6, 1946

Yank Brides from Britain – 50,000 Are Coming

Good

$10.00

February 13, 1946

Lincoln Memorial

Good, spine splitting

$7.50

February 20, 1946

Snowball Warfare

Good

$10.00

February 27, 1946

Ice Hockey

Good

$10.00

March 6, 1945

K-9 Founder: Arlene Erlanger

G/VG

$10.00

March 13, 1946

Friendly Foes: Connie Mack, Bob Feller

Good, ink

$12.50

March 20, 1946

Amphibious Jeep: Nevada Sports-Style

G/VG

$10.00

March 27, 1946

Making A Mine Claim

Good

$10.00

April 3, 1946

Florida: Heading For A Spill

G/VG

$10.00

June 5, 1946

Service at Cemetery – 2 copies

Good

$10.00

September 25, 1946

Housekeeping On Campus

G/VG

$10.00

December 4, 1946

How FBI Teaches Cops New Tricks

Good

$10.00

December 18, 1946

Wintry Scene, John L. Lewis and 400,000 Miners

Good

$10.00

 

January 29, 1947

Inside the Capital Dome

Good

$10.00

February 12, 1947

Edison’s “First 100 Years” – 2 copies

G/VG

$15.00

February 26, 1947

Boy Scout Campfire (Color photo). 2,000,000 Build For Tomorrow

G/VG

$12.50

March 12, 1947

John Holzinger of Santa Monica – Steelworker (color photo)

G/VG

$10.00

April 23, 1947

Gardens Are Big Business

G/VG

$10.00

May 7, 1947

Main St. Keeps America Busy

G/VG

$10.00

June 18, 1947

Col. Frank E. Hamilton, M.C. cover. 131,000 Men Against Death (Surgeon) – 2 copies

Good

$10.00

July 2, 1947

Flag cover

G/VG

$10.00

July 16, 1947

Vacation, Straight Ahead

G/VG

$10.00

July 30, 1947

Where Are Those Houses?

G/VG

$10.00

September 10, 1947

Learning – and Liking It

G/VG

$10.00

October 22, 1947

Marshall – Plans for Freedom

G/VG

$12.50

November 5, 1947

Football cover (color photo). How Heroes Are made

G/VG

$10.00

December 31, 1947

Toward Greener Pastures?

Good

$10.00

 

January 28, 1948

Embassy Row – Men at Work

Good

$10.00

February 11, 1948

America’s Voice of Freedom

G/VG

$10.00

February 25, 1948

Unlocking The Great Books

G/VG

$10.00

March 24, 1948

Gen. George C. Kenney – No. 1 Air Strategist

G/VG

$10.00

April 7, 1948

Leland Brissie, Rookie Philadelphia Athletic – 2 copies

Good

$15.00

May 5, 1948

Circus Cover – Damoo, Maestro of the Big Cats

G/VG

$10.00

May 19, 1948

Man Against Rat

G/VG

$10.00

June 2, 1948

Czech Refugees Reach U.S. Zone of Germany

G/VG

$10.00

July 14, 1948

The GOP’s Choice – Thomas E. Dewey – 2 copies

Good

$12.50

July 28, 1948

Trucking – So You Call Them Road-Hogs?

G/VG

$12.50

Same

Good

$10.00

August 11, 1948

Measuring More Than I. Q.

G/VG

$10.00

September 8, 1948

How Good Are Our Schools?

Good

$10.00

October 6, 1948

Employee Profit-Sharing Pays Off

Good

$10.00

November 3, 1948

D.P. Immigrants: America’s Gamble – cover of Ugo Carusi

Good

$10.00

November 17, 1948

Midwest’s New Science Frontier

Good

$10.00

December 1, 1948

One Family’s $55 a Week

Not Available

NA

December 15, 1948

Will (Former President) Hoover Report Count Now?

Not Available

NA

December 29, 1948

This is the New Army, Mr. Jones!

Not Available

NA

 

February 9, 1949

Wanted: One Foreign Policy

G/VG

$10.00

April 6, 1949

Colleges For All

G/VG

$10.00

April 20, 1949

Lou Boudreau – Can Cleveland Do It Again

G/VG

$15.00

May 4, 1949

Paul G. Hoffman – European Aid Chief

Good

$10.00

May 18, 1949

House Fly – War Against Bugs: New Weapons – 2 copies

G/VG

$10.00

June 29, 1949

Beating the Timber Jam

Good

$10.00

July 13, 1949

Arthur Godfrey

Good

$12.50

July 27, 1949

81st Congress: Halfway Point – Sam Rayburn cover

G/VG

$10.00

September 7, 1949

Louis A Johnson – Secretary of Defense: Will Arms for Europe Be Enough? – 2 copies

Good

$10.00

November 16, 1949

Dr. Hans Seyle -- New Health Frontier: The Glands – 2 copies

G/VG

$10.00

December 14, 1949

Gwendolyn Cafritz – Capital Hostess

Good

$10.00

December 28, 1949

What the Germans Think – Dr. Konrad Ademauer

G/VG

$10.00

 

 

January 11, 1950

The Way We’re Going – Harold G. Moulton

G/VG

$10.00

February 8, 1950

The Coming Defeat of Communism – James Burnham

G/VG

$10.00

March 8, 1950

Frank Pace Jr., Your Tax Bill and How it Grew

Good

$10.00

March 22, 1950

What the Census Will Show – Dr. Ray Victor Peel

G/VG

$10.00

April 5, 1950

Roger Tory Peterson – His Best Friends Have Feathers

Good

$15.00

April 19, 1950

Connie Mack – 50 Years with the A’s (Phila. Athletics Baseball Team)

G/VG

$20.00

May 3, 1950

The Biology of Madness – Dr. Hudson Hoagland

G/VG

$10.00

May 31, 1950

Liaquat Ali Khan – Prime Minister of Pakistan

G/VG

$15.00

 

Same – 2 copies

Good

$12.50

June 14, 1950

President of Cuba Carols Socarras

G/VG

$10.00

June 28, 1950

Best Buys in Vacation Travel

G/VG

$10.00

August 9, 1950

American Fashion Design – Adele Simpson and Fall Models

G/VG

$12.50

September 6, 1950

Richmond X-Ray 

Good – split cvrs

$10.00

September 20, 1950

What Have We Learned From Satellite War? – General MacArthur cover – 2 copies

G/VG

$10.00

October 4, 1950

“General Patton” 48-ton (medium ) Tank

Good, ink

$10.00

October 18, 1950

Adm. Forrest P. Sherman, Chief of Naval Operations

G/VG, ink

$10.00

November 15, 1950

Robert A. Taft

Good

$10.00

December 13, 1950

Edward W. Barrett – The Man with 42 Voices

G/VG

$10.00

December 27, 1950

Harry S. Truman – 2 copies

Good

$10.00

 

January 10, 1951

General Dwight D Eisenhower – 2 copies

Good

$10.00

January 24, 1951

Why We’ll Win the War – Lockheed XF-90 Jet Fighter

G/VG

$12.50

 

Same

Good, ink

$10.00

February 7, 1951

OPA’s Michael V. DiSalle

Good

$10.00

March 21, 1951

Arc-type Electric Furnace (Bethlehem Steel) – Why We Won’t Socialize Steel

Good

$10.00

July 25, 1951

Coal: What Is John Lewis Up To?

Good

$10.00

September 5, 1951

Piercing the Iron Curtain – Czech Radio

Good

$10.00

November 14, 1951

Matador, Pilotless Bomber

Good

$10.00

December 26, 1951

Bethlehem – Light of the World – 3 copies

Good

$10.00

 

January 9, 1952

Biggest Small-Town Banker – Lawrence Giannini of Bank of America – 2 copies

Good

$10.00

January 23, 1952

How 30,000 Foreign Students See Us

Good

$10.00

February 6, 1952

One Man’s War on Corruption (Senator Williams) – 2 copies

Fair/Good

$10.00

March 5, 1952

AAA: 50 Years on the Road

G/VG

$15.00

March 19, 1952

West Point Plebe – 2 copies

G/VG

$12.50

April 9, 1952

Queen Juliana and Prince Bernhard – 2 copies

Good

$10.00

May 7, 1952

Are We Keeping Pace in Science? – 2 copies

Good

$10.00

May 21, 1952

Can The Ocean Feed the World?

G/VG

$12.50

June 4, 1952

Hank Williams

Good

$12.50

June 18, 1952

Broncs, Bulls & Broken Bones – Rodeo Rider

G/VG

$12.50

July 9, 1952

Chicago – US Turning Point? (Kids with Ike & Taft buttons) – 2 copies

G/VG

$12.50

July 23, 1952

So You Want to be an Airline Stewardess?

G/VG

$12.50

 

Same

Good

$10.00

August 6, 1952

Duke of Lullwater Trotting Horse cover. – 2 copies

G/VG

$15.00

 

Same

Good

$12.50

August 20, 1952

Square Dancing – 3 copies

G/VG

$12.50

September 10, 1952

Boy Scout photo cover – Could Your Vote Change the Election?

Good

$10.00

September 24, 1952

Stevenson, Majorette, Flyer

G/VG

$10.00

 

Same

Fair/Good

$7.50

October 8, 1952

Super-Dogs, Moslems, Lonely Brides – 2 copies

G/VG

$12.50

 

Same

Good

$10.00

October 22, 1952

Ike’s Chances, Gorilla, Six Secrets of Charm

G/VG

$12.50

November 5, 1952

Fire & Inflation, FBI & Hoover, Too Young to Marry?

G/VG

$10.00

December 3, 1952

Russia’s Hate-America Campaign, Little Trains for Big Boys, Health Champs – 2 copies

G/VG

$12.50

 

Same

Good, stain

$7.50

December 17, 1952

Charles F. Kettering, 3rd Christmas in Korea, Imogene Coca – 2 copies

G/VG

$12.50

 

Same

Good

$10.00

 

January 7, 1953

First Family – Ike and Mamie – 2 copies

Good

$10.00

January 21, 1953

Jukeboxes, Charles Wilson, Baby Adoption

Good

$12.50

February 4, 1953

John Foster Dulles, Mrs. Oveta Culp Hobby, Dr. Arthur A. Schuck, Eskimo Scout – 2 copies

Good

$10.00

 

Same

Fair/Good

$7.50

February 18, 1953

Labor, Burro, Scholarship

Good

$10.00

 

Same

Fair/Good

$7.50

April, 1953

(Now “Pathfinder – The Town Journal”). In Church – 2 copies

G/VG

$10.00

 

Same

Good

$7.50

May, 1953

Senior Class in Washington

G/VG

$10.00

June, 1953

Fishing in June lake in the Sierras (photo cover)

G/VG

$10.00

July, 1953

Boy on Carousel Horse (Donald Breneman at Kutztown, Pa. Fair)

Good

$10.00

September, 1953

College Students cover – 2 copies

G/VG

$10.00

October, 1953

Red Maple Along Ski Trail Mt. Lemmon in Arizona

G/Vg

$10.00

 

(Now renamed “Town Journal”)

January, 1954

Skier John Peterson cover – 2 copies

G/VG

$7.50

February, 1954

Boxer Pups, The Battle of Hell’s Canyon

G/VG

$7.50

March, 1954

Mystery Valley, Arizona – 2 copies

G/VG

$7.50

April, 1954

Kids Coloring Easter Eggs

G/VG

$7.50

May, 1954

Boy Painting Birdhouse – 2 copies

G/VG

$7.50

June, 1954

Graduation – 2 copies

G/VG

$7.50

July, 1954

Picnic at Boat Dock Lake Hitchcock Waterbury, Connecticut

G/VG

$7.50

September, 1954

Is It Getting Easier to Build or Buy a House?

G/VG

$7.50

December, 1954

 

G/VG

$7.50

1955 Issues

Feb., March (2), May, July, Nov., Dec. (2)

G/VG

$7.50 ea.,

1956 Issues

Jan. (2), Feb., March, April, May, June (2), July (2), Aug. (3), Nov., Dec.

G/VG

$7.50 ea.

January, 1957

Barber & Kid

G/VG

$7.50

Same

Good

$6.00

February, 1957

Glamour in the Bathroom

G/VG

$7.50

 

Same

Good

$6.00

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