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Just when I think I've seen all the mass market magazines of the 30's a new one pops up. See Magazine claimed a circulation of over 500,000 per issue, yet I can't find out anything about it. Clearly it's one the pulps of the day -- sensational stories along with odd things like How To Stall A Man and How to Dance the Shag. But it's favorite topics were Dateline-esque murders, canibalism, syphilis, and the women in the life of Diamond Jim Brady. Other noteables include a story on "New York's Man of the Hour, Thomas E. Dewey", how Lucky Strikes were made, and Claudette Colbert. Magazines are printed on newsprint, so I have repaired tiny edge tears with tiny pieces of archival tape, so they don't get larger. The magazine is big at 9" x 13". SHIPPING IS $2 FOR ALL FOUR IN THE U.S.. OVERSEAS ORDERS WELCOME, but due to varying shipping amounts, please contact us with destination before ordering and I will quote exact cost.
Title: See Magazine World In Action (four issues 1938)
Edition: Jan. 12, Jan. 26, Feb. 9, Feb. 23, 1938
Publisher: New York, V.S. Fox: 1938
Binding: soft cover
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 1619