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1926 Physical Culture November-What really killed Rudolph Valentino;Healthy feet

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Physical Culture

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November 1926

 

Mrs. Corson - Channel Swimmer - tells other mothers the secrets of her amazing vitality; How I keep fit at 58 - How to eat to be healthy by Bernarr MacFadden; What really killed Valentino - 7 page article with two photos - of him in western garb with his horse. The body Beautiful - poses by men and women including a very nice Gilda Gray; Fashion your feet to be healthy and handsome; I fought back at death and won; We women are becoming a strong new race; Exposing the medical trust; You are as young as your feet; A Tasty Turkeyless Thanksgiving treat; I was a cripple - now I grapple; I'm the healthiest girl in the world; Indian motorcycle ad; Rudolph Valentino full page ad; 

This Bernarr MacFadden publication is also filled with ads about health, beauty and fitness. Some are worthy, some are worthless and funny sometimes. 

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