Published by The Dearborn Publishing Co., Dearborn, Michigan, 1927
Book First Edition
Single Issue Magazine. Condition: Fair. Van Der Heyden, Gerald; Fitzgerald, W.O.; McConnell, Charles L. (illustrator). First Edition. 32 pages. Features: Coming Home - A Poem; Removing the Smoke Screen From America's Warships; Use Your Hands to Save Your Head; Churches are Building Skyscrapers from Coast to Coast - article with photos of Broadway Temple in New York, Mizpah Temple in Syracuse, and Baptist Temple in Rochester, NY; The Conquest of the MIddle Ages; The Lustrous Lenglen - French tennis pro Suzanne Lenglen - article with illustration; News out of Washington; Henry Ford's Page - He argues the Marines should be used to root out those Americans who visit Central and South America only to bind their nations with loans, exploit them in commerce and mislead them in industry; Editorials - Will Rogers is recommended as Sec. of State for Pan-American Affairs, Criticism of Charlie Chaplin, poor Army grub leads to many desertions, the Civil Liberties Union, led by Ernst Freund, opposes the Alien Deportation Bill; When France got Back Her Favorite Daughter, Alsace the Lovely - photo-illustrated article of the beautiful region; Strange Men Who Could Not Keep Straight (part 2) - Charlie of the Quantrelle Gang; The Balloon That Never Returned - a mystery story of the Arctic; One-page illustrated ad for the Venice Company of Venice, Florida; Alfred Brunson was Wisconsin's First Methodist Circuit Rider; Chats with Office Callers; Q & A; I Read in the Papers - college news in France, Montreal rabbi Rev. Isaac de la Penhe claims ownership of Labrador, Robby Burns' advice to his brother; News Bits. Average wear. Nibbling along top of coverfold. Unmarked. Page 9 loose but present. A worthy vintage copy.