Liberty Magazine Oct. 5, 1935 Lindbergh Kidnapping Case

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Liberty Magazine was all about news, pop culture, politics and fiction, but with just a sly touch of the National Inquirerer. Check out the come-on on the cover of this one -- Will Lindbergh Save Hauptmann? Inside Facts of the Kidnaping (sic) Case Never told Before and Why I am Out as their Attorney by Edward J. Reilly, former chief counsel for the defense. If you're a Lindbergh collector Liberty followed the case carefully week after week. There's other articles, several short sotries and a part of a serialized novel by Achmed Abdullah, which was the pseudonym of the Russian-born author Alexander Nicholayevitch Romanoff. Liberty often had big-names on the contents page! Mafazine is clean and tightly bound with light foxing at bottom front edge only. full page color ad at back cover for Gordon's gin with a fishing theme.

Title: Liberty Magazine Oct. 5, 1935 Lindbergh Kidnapping Case

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Categories: Magazines,

Publisher: New Work, Liberty Publishing Corporation: 1935

Binding: soft cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 0289

Keywords: Liberty Magazine. Lindbergh Kidnapping Case. Edward J. Reilly. Bruno Richard Hauptmann. Achmed Abdullah. Alexander Nicholayevitch Romanoff,