Portland, OR. The Oregonian. April 21, 1940.
Single sheet from the April 21, 1940 Sunday Oregonian, 21 1/2 x 15 1/2 inches, text on verso, horizontal fold as issued. Age toning to paper; very good condition. A color cartoon advertisement uses Joe DiMaggio to promote Camel cigarettes. The Charles Boyer article on verso is subtitled: A Touch of Early Defeat on Hollywood's Picture Lots Leaves Screendom's 'Greatest Lover' With a Penchant for the Lonely and Melancholic Life, accompanied by a large photo illustration of a miserable-looking Boyer. The article below is about Lord Haw-Haw, the anonymous man with an affected Oxbridge accent broadcasting Nazi propaganda from Germany to England (he turned out to be William Joyce). Item #56484
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