August 6, 1954
A great Birthday or Anniversary Gift!
Inside: children on Alcatraz; Fashion and Freud; I'm a family doctor; have you met the modern salesman? America's most dreadful flower - the water hyacinth; Carl Furillo of the Brooklyn Dodgers and his right field wall; the new way in school discipline; Gary Cooper and Burt Lancaster; What's wrong with the careful driver? Young Bruce Haskell shoots 77 in golf;
Complete magazine in good condition. This long running magazine was enjoyed by generations of Americans and was a competitor of the Saturday Evening Post. Wonderful artists and writers as well. Abundantly filled with ads and cartoons. Well rounded reading that anyone would enjoy. Some of these multiple issues will have library stamps, binder holes or library supplied stiff backing to the covers. Inquire if that is a concern to you.
We have most issues of Colliers in stock 1898 to 1957. Inquire if you are interested in other issues.
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