February 20, 1932
Inside: Life Savers cryst-o-mint full page ad; print on police taking the fixtures in a speakeasy raid; Man found in Kentucky who knew nothing of WWI; Maxfield Parrish agrees that his "Morning" covers are out of date; Autogiro sketch (humorous); Full page on baseball spring training; Don't play ping pong; Full page political print on Japan balancing the world on the end of his sword of Imperialism; Smith college and slang; Franklin Roosevelt admits he's a candidate for president; Don't you believe it!; Gorgeous rear cover for Cunard of a Spanish dancer. ; Theatre vignettes by Jefferson Machamer ; Movie reviews on Noel Coward's Private Lives; Don't you believe it vignettes; ; Book Reviews Zane Grey; Another mention of Maxfield Parrish; Lenz Bridge contest;
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. ads. Lots of other items. We also have these same issues with the accountants notations and label in the middle of the cover at $25 each.
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