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    The Saturday Evening Post [v214 #13, September 27, 1941] (5¢, 10½″ x 13½″, cover by Albert W. Hampson) [] (Full Text)
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    • · A Kiss for Mr. Lincoln · Louise Kennedy Mabie · ss; A proper young wife tests some proper ideas improperly.
    • · First Ascent · David Lavender · ss; Two indomitable climbers battle each other and a mountain.
    • · Afternoon Off · Glenn Allan · ss; A colored kitchen artist creates and calms a tempest.
    • · Ten Rounds for Baby · Joel Reeve · ss; A fighter, a manager and a lady make this a triangle.
    • · Lady at the Lamp · J. C. Furnas · ar; Travelers Aid adds the Army and Navy to its flock.
    • · As Easy as Falling Off a Log · Clay Perry · ar; Waterside report of a lumberjacks’ rodeo.
    • · He Clowns to Touchdowns · Emerson L. Spencer · ar; Stanford’s All-American Albert-answer to a coach’s dream.
    • · Powder Mill · Marquis James · ar; A glimpse of the beginnings of the duPont dominion.
    • · Harlem’s Great White Father · Maurice Zolotow · ar; Moe Gale, Harlem entrepreneur, picks bands by heart.
    • · Botany Bay [Part 1 of 6] · Charles Nordhoff & James Norman Hall · sl
    • · Prescription for Murder [Part 4 of 6] · Hannah Lees · sl
    • · Contentment · Arthur Guiterman · pm








    The Saturday Evening Post [v214 #20, November 15, 1941] (5¢, 10½″ x 13½″, cover by Gene Pelham) [] (Full Text)
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    • · At the Time Appointed · George S. Brooks · ss; Moral-Never cross a caretaker when he’s altar bound.
    • · Sit in the Sun · Zachary Gold · ss; Has a man a right to retire while he still can work.
    • · The Spot on Jupiter · Harry Klingsberg · ss; Attorney Doowinkle proves that honesty can be suspect.
    • · Give Me Steam · Carl D. Lane · ss; The River Bird wins a race and loses a pilot.
    • · The Big Squeeze [Pete Quint] · Erle Stanley Gardner · ss; Pete Quint finds a hot market for air conditioning.
    • · Reception at Puno · George Sessions Perry · ss; Brother Wallace trades a county for a gal named Josephine.
    • · Out of the Doghouse · W. L. White · ar; American aviation welcomes back a whipping boy.
    • · What Is Morale · Edgar Snow · ar; Our Army gets a psychological shot in the arm.
    • · Death in a Hard Shell · Elsie McCormick · ar; What make the tick tick, the fight against spotted fever.
    • · They All Coach at Wabash · D. C. Grant · ar; Coach Pete Vaughan believes football belongs to the boys.
    • · The Only Nation Since the Crusades · Herbert Hoover · ar; Recollectons of the peace table that created Versailles.
    • · Uncle Sam Goes Prospecting · Frederick R. Bechdolt · ar; The search for new sources of the seven essential metals.
    • · Bright Danger [Part 1 of 4] · Hugh MacNair Kahler · sl
    • · Money in the Bank [Part 2 of 8; J. Sheringham Adair] · P. G. Wodehouse · n.
    • · Scent Is the Husband · Gladys McKee · pm
    • · Man’s Inhumanity to Man · Joseph Auslander · pm




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