June 2, 1928
Inside: ; No lynchings in the South for four months (39 years); Ben Turpin insures eyes for $100,000.; Eccentric Uncle Harvey; full page print of Calvin Coolidge memories; Berea college produces great people of their generation; Empire Theatre; Dr. Seuss Flit ad; Full page Dr. Seuss print; Jokes and news from the college papers; Dr. Seuss cartoons ; ; Judging the shows on Broadway - What's playing where; Judging the movies - what's what and where; Ads and Lots of other items.
Judge was the competitor of Life and is similar in scope. It was started by artists who left Puck Magazine. It's pedigree is varied including Harold Ross who worked as an editor, but then left in 1925 to start a new magazine called The New Yorker . We purchased the archive of Life and Judge from the accountants years ago. These are unread and uncirculated.
We have most issues of Judge and Life in stock 1883-1938. We also carry Puck and New Yorker. Inquire about other issues...
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