Beals, Victor (cover illus).
NY. Time Fortune. March 1934.
Volume X. Number 3. Magazine with focus on American business, 13 ¾ x 11 inches, 186 pp. Slight damp ripple across the top of the magazine; abrasion on spine evidently caused by removal from binding (usually a threesome bound as one).
Copious advertising for a variety of products, with emphasis on automobiles, including Pierce-Arrow, Packard, and Studebaker. Contents in good clean condition. Cover art by Victor Beals Magazine features a variety of articles, including a profile of "New Yale" University (with perspective illustration of campus buildings); the Van Sweringen brothers of Cleveland, noted for railroad acquisitions and the conception and realization of the community of Shaker Heights, Ohio; the British Civil Service; Johns-Manville Corporation (asbestos etc.); and Cockfighting (color illustrations reproduced from the 1816 paintings by Edwin Cooper.) A magazine of considerable interest. Item #30106
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