Picture Scoop Magazine October, 1942 (1st Issue)

By: Various

Price: $28.00

Quantity: 1 available

This isn't a magazine you see too often, but it's a lot of fun to read. It's big one too, measuring 10x1/2" x 13-1/2" with lots of different types of stories and many, many photographs which catch the spirit of the 40's. Some stand-out stories include: a serious piece titled "Should We Draft Labor?"; Gerald L.K. Smith, successor to Father Coughlin; How To Win An Army Commission; The Story of Uncle Sam; Pleasure and Patriotism at New York's Stork Club; and Fashion with Jane Russell. There's also Hitler jokes by Danny Kaye and others. Magazine is clean and nice save one small light stain to front cover. Tightly bound and no label. AND the premier issue.

Title: Picture Scoop Magazine October, 1942 (1st Issue)

Author Name: Various

Categories: Vintage Magazines, Performing Arts, WWII,

Edition: Volime I, No. 1

Publisher: New York, Picture Scoop Inc.: 1942

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 27372BARB

Keywords: Picture Scoop First Issue Oct. 1942. Gerals L.K. Smith. Story of Uncle Sam. Stork Club New York. Jane Russell.