Bartlett, Charles W.; Herbert B. Tschudy; N. Zukov (cover illus).
New York. Robert M. McBride & Co., 1937.
FOUR ISSUES of the magazine: February, May, June, and August 1937. Color pictorial wrappers as issued, illustrated in black and white, 50 or 58 pages each, 13 x 10 inches, staple binding. Light soiling and wear to covers, a few vertical subscription creases, bookshop stamp to one cover; overall very good condition. Highly displayable cover images depict a Warsaw market, a Dutch fisherman, an Indian river, and a Caucasian rider. Articles include: "The World's Greatest Suspension Bridge" (about the Golden Gate Bridge), "A New Rival to the Grand Canyon" (about Boulder Dam), "How it Feels to Jump a Parachute", "A New Holland in the Making", "Hunting With the Golden Eagle of Kazakstan", "Super-Highways for the Third Reich", "Arctic Troglodytes", "Empire of Light - The Paris Exposition 1937", "Imperial Japan's Oldest Colony", and many more. Item #55953