Harper's Magazine, April 1939, Volume 178

By: Hartman, Lee F. (editor and Vice-President)

Price: $20.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Very Good+


About 25 pages of the Personal and Otherwise section showing contributors to this issue follows 'The Easy Chair'. Table of contents includes: 'Wanted: a sane defense policy', by Oswald Garrison Villard (facing page is full-page ad for Bell telephone with no dial but shows the number as Exchange 368) ; 'Anschluss, a story', by Kay Boyle; 'when grandfather ran off with the Tartar girl', by Nicholas Kalashnikoff; 'some facts about Jews' by Philip S. Bernstein; 'the priesthood of the law', by Ferdinand Lundberg; 'On not Being Dead as Reported', by Elmer Davis, among others. Cover missing, but all pages present. All else for the most part in very good condition. In mylar sleeve. ; B&W Illustrations; Small 8vo 7½" - 8" tall; 560 pages; 30313

Title: Harper's Magazine, April 1939, Volume 178

Author Name: Hartman, Lee F. (editor and Vice-President)

Categories: Old,

Publisher: Harper & Brothers: 1939

Binding: Magazine

Book Condition: Very Good+

Seller ID: 30313