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Fortune Magazine December 1934 (Illuminated Manuscripts, Steinway Pianos, The Diesel Engine)
1 Fortune Magazine December 1934 (Illuminated Manuscripts, Steinway Pianos, The Diesel Engine)
New York Time-Life 1934 Volume X, Number 6 soft cover Very Good condition 
The Christmas issue of Fortune Magazine always sported a particularly beautiful cover. What adds to the impression though is the size of the magazine at 11-1/2" x 14". Everything is clean and nice, but there are a few defects -- a few small isolated spots of edge wear to cover, a small bit of foxing to bottom of contents page (see photo) and a bit of the same to the spine side of back cover (again, see photo). The articles this time include: Washington D.C., The Federal Budget (A Guide to U.S. Spending), The Dutch Throne, DuPont, Illuminated Manuscripts, The House of Steinway (pianos), and The Diesel Engine. Ships for $2 in the U.S.. OVERSEAS ORDERS WELCOME, but may be expensive. Please contact us with destination and I will provide an exact quote. 
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Fortune Magazine July, 1935 (Anheiser-Busch, Women In Business, Restoring Williamsburg, U.S. Smelting & Refining)
2 Fortune Magazine July, 1935 (Anheiser-Busch, Women In Business, Restoring Williamsburg, U.S. Smelting & Refining)
New York Time-Life 1935 Volume XII, No. 1 soft cover Very good 
Very clean, nice issue of one of the star magazines of the 30's. The photography is excellent, as are the articles and the magazine's design. Three topics grabbed my attention -- a colorful piece about Anheiser-Busch and its bottled beer, Part I of a story about women in business, and a look at Mr. Rockefeller's renovation of colonial Willamsburg. There's also a piece about the cotton industry, one on U.S. Smelting & Refining and a profile of Harry Hopkins. Magazine has no real defect of note. It measures 11-1/2"x14" and has 140 pages. OVERSEAS ORDERS WELCOME, but shipping may be higher than stated due to size. Contact me with destination for actual quote. 
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Fortune Magazine March, 1935 (Japanese Silk; 6 Day Bike Race Madison Square Garden)
3 Fortune Magazine March, 1935 (Japanese Silk; 6 Day Bike Race Madison Square Garden)
New York Time-Life 1935 Volume XI, No. 3 soft cover Good 
There is a bit damage to this one, but I bought it anyway because the article about Japanese silk is fantastic! I'll get to that soon, but first you need to know that the upper corner of the last couple pages and the back cover corner were all creased up. I have been able to smooth it all out (see photos)-- we're talking just a couple pages at the back. One required archival tape before the corner fell off and one has a small loss of a corner. The cover just shows several creases at the corner. There's also a small bit of wear to both the top and bottom of the spine, but it doesn't impinge on the binding at all. Everything is tight. Now then, the best story in this issue is a TEN PAGE extravaganza about Japanese cloth. If you love textiles, or all things Japanese as I do, this one's a keeper! Other articles are about International Cement, Soviet Art, symphony finance, Social Security, the six day bike race at Madison Square Garden, and Duparquet, the company which provided quality cooking utensils and kitchen design. Magazine is huge at 11"x14", but still ships for $2.00 in the U.S. OVERSEAS ORDERS WELCOME, but due to size and weight the shipping will be higher. Contact me with destination and I will provide an actual cost. No obligation. 
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Fortune Magazine November, 1934 (Father Coughlin, U.S. wines, radium, United States Rubber)
4 Fortune Magazine November, 1934 (Father Coughlin, U.S. wines, radium, United States Rubber)
New York Time-Life 1934 Volume IX, No. 2 soft cover Very good 
Yesterday I got thirty Fortune magazines from the 30's, so if you don't see what you want let me know and I'll see if I have it. Fortune was one of the most beautiful magazines of the Depression era and still retains interest in its articles as well as its design. This time two topics caught my attention -- the ever controversial Father Coughlin and wine production in the United States. There's also stories about radium, industrial designers, U.S. Rubber and more. The magazine is very large at 11-1/2"x14" and has 142 pages. Only faults are a small chip to top front edge and minor wear to very bottom edge of spine which does not impinge on the binding. Very handsome and no label. OVERSEAS ORDERS WELCOME, but extra shipping is required due to weight and size. Same for U.S. priority. U.S. media mail is just $2.00 as stated. 
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Fortune Magazine, November, 1938 (Saks Fifth Avenue)
5 Fortune Magazine, November, 1938 (Saks Fifth Avenue)
New York city Time Inc. 1938 Volume XVIII, No. 5 soft cover Very good condition 
There's lots to read about in this over-sized magazine, but I think the most provactive is the story about Saks Fifth Avenue, which to this day keeps the population fashionable. Other topics of interest are: The Industrial South; Nunn-Bush and labor; the adventures of Del Monte; energy sources, including solar; and a look at the American Medical Association. Magazine is big at 11-1/2" x 14" with 174 pages. It's clean inside and out with just minor spots of edge wear to cover, but overall is really very nice. We have others listed online here, but also have a stack that are not on yet. So if you're looking for a specific example please let me know and I'll see what I have. 
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Fortune Magazine September, 1938(William Morris Theatrical Agency, Poloroid Curtiss-Wright Planes), Chamberlain, Ed et.al
6 Chamberlain, Ed et.al Fortune Magazine September, 1938(William Morris Theatrical Agency, Poloroid Curtiss-Wright Planes)
New York City Time 1938 Volume XVIII Number 3 soft cover Very good 
Before I say anything else the fly in the lower front corner of the front cover is part of the design. It's so realistic I actually tried waving it away! Now then, the magazine is clean and tightly bound and has several interesting articles. I think the best stories are the success of Canada, the Curtiss-Wright company and its planes; Poloroid (remember waiting for the picture to emerge?); and the William Morris Theatrical Agency. Other articles cover corn products, business and government (timely!), and anarchy in the hat business! Magazine measures 11-1/2"x 14" and has 142 pages. There's a small soiled area on the front cover by the volume number that I tried to erase with a document pad, but failed. Otherwise though it's very nice. 
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Fortune Magazine January 1936 (Miami, Florida. furs. Beet In Cans), Frankfurter, Felix
7 Frankfurter, Felix Fortune Magazine January 1936 (Miami, Florida. furs. Beet In Cans)
New York Time-Fortune Corproation 1936 Volume XIII, Volume 1 Card cover Very good condition Golinkin, J.W. 
Very nice issue with no egregious problems. It starts off the year 1936 with three fun articles. The first is about Miami, Florida in its Golden Age -- and to top it off it's illustrated with beautiful paintings by J.W. Golinkin. The second is about furs and fashion the prices of which are HIGH!! The third story though is about the beer industry eschews bottles and finds a new receptacle -- a can. The good news is this issue contains the Fortune Quarterly Survey III covering several topics, but the beer cans were a hit. Other articles include Boys' Schools, Chase National Bank and Young Men in Government written by Felix Frankfurter. The magazine measures 11-14" and is very clean and tighly bound. 164 pages. 
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Fortune Magazine  May, 1932 (Musslin's Ships, Toscanini, Brewing Beer, Race Horses), Luce, Henry R.
8 Luce, Henry R. Fortune Magazine May, 1932 (Musslin's Ships, Toscanini, Brewing Beer, Race Horses)
New York Time Inc. 1932 Volume Five, No. 5 Card cover Very good consition 
Fortune magazine is always a gem, but this one has quite a number of articles. The topics include Mussolini's ships, Tuscanini, brewing beer, Eastman Kodak, race horses, Housing -- Part IV Labor, the tin industry and Joseph P. Day, banker and businessman. Magazine is beautifully illustrated throughout and had great ads for General Electric, the Sterling Engine Company, Gobelin Chocolates, and Pitcairn Autogiro. The magazine measures 11-1/4" x 14-1/4" and has 145 pages. Only defect is a small haze of foxing to back cover and to first pages Very light though. 
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Fortune Magazine July, 1932 (Science and Economics), Luce, Henry R. (editor)
9 Luce, Henry R. (editor) Fortune Magazine July, 1932 (Science and Economics)
New York Time Inc. 1932 Volume VI, No. 1 Card cover Very good condition Zdzislaw Czermanski 
The cover of the July, 1932 Fortune Magazine is especially appealing. It's also in very clean, tightly bound condition with only one defect -- what appears as a bit of foxing to the center of the first page which is an index for all issues of Volume VI. The good news is it does not carry over to the reverse. The articles include the California Institute of Technology, genetics, physics, cosmology, applied sciences, United States budget, S. Klein's Store in New York City, President Herbert Hoover's Economics, and the Federal Reserve Board. But there's also a pop of color thanks to the drawings of Zdzislaw Czermanski. Magazine has no spine crease and no loss of paper to same. The magazine measures 11-1/4" x 14". 
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