February 1, 1938
Besides what is mentioned in the listing this issue also has: . June Taylor does a cartwheel; Ted Yochum Camels ad; Chebby Cohen won't grow up at 23 years old; Shirley Temple becomes an artist; War propaganda exposed - both sides say God is with them; Submarine warfare propaganda; Prisoners were mistreated by both sides; Gladys Swarthout gets tomatoes thrown at her in a brawl; Sinclair Lewis designs a two-story trailer for his new book "Prodigal parents." Stunt girls. Amelia Earhart's last flight - 4 photos; The world's largest gorilla; Hollywood brides; Strange money; Can your one year old child do these things? How people appear to blind children; Royalty's best dressed women; How the U.S. fights Polio; Electrocuted for science; How Japanese Buddhists test their faith; It costs you $50 a year in taxes to drive your car; Why Sonja Henie left home - 4 pages; Breach of Promise is outlawed in 8 states; The first U.S. Army air crash; ;
LOOK came out every other week on Tuesday. It was started by John Cowles in 1937 as a competitor to Life Magazine. He got the idea for the magazine from Henry Luce who invited him to his office to look at various names for a new picture magazine he was going to bring out. On the wall of Luce's office were various dummy covers with different names. One of the names was "LOOK." It gave John Cowles an idea and a number of months later he debuted his magazine. We have most issues of LOOK in stock from 1937 through 1971. Inquire about other issues.
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