Collier's Sep 6, 1952 Philippe Halsman cvr
Author: Carl D. Halbak, Edmund G. Love ( Love wrote 20 books, and his work appeared in many anthologies and textbooks on writing.), John D. Weaver, Martha Blanchard, Owen Cameron, P.G. Wodehouse, Stan Fine, Walter Davenport
Cover Artist: Philippe Halsman
Interior Artist: David Shaw, Lowell Hess
Features: ARTICLES: "Baseball's Biggest Bargain," about the cost of the Brooklyn Dodgers (noting Jackie Robinson "first Negro to break into the big leagues"); "Ike is my Boy" an endorsement of candidate former General Dwight D. Eisenhower. "The Gabore Sisters," with photos of Zsa Zsa, Magda, Eva, and their mamma in New York and Hollywood; ART WORK: ART: One and a third page by William Reusswig--illustraion for Edmund G. Love's "Ninety Saddles For Kengtu." Reusswig sold freelance pulp covers to Ace-High, Action Novels, Adventure, All-Fiction, Argosy, Complete Detective, Detective Book, Detective Tales, Dime Detective, The Frontier, Short Stories, War Aces, War Birds, War Stories, West, Western Story, and Wild West Weekly.
Condition: Fine: Bright copy with minor spine roll.