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    Collier’s [v137 #1, January 6, 1956] (10½″ x 13½″)
    Details taken from eBay listing.
    • · The Seven Happy Gods · Jock Carroll · vi; “Because of a gift, Art Mason’s whole life changed in one moment.”
    • · The Big Puddle · Cameron Hawley · ss; “This was the big convention, Fred had to make his name, now or never.”
    • · Butter, Love and Eggs · Lucia Mason · ss; “Who was this girl who put love on her shopping list?”
    • · Mad River [Part 1 of 3] · Donald Hamilton · sl; “Cohoon’s home town welcomed him back with murder and revenge.”




    Collier’s [v137 #4, February 17, 1956] (15¢, 10½″ x 13½″)
    Details taken from eBay listing.
    • · Wedding-Day Logic · Charles Einstein · vi; “Beware the bride who mixes love with psychology.”
    • · What Every Man Knows · Glendon Swarthout · ss; “My father was something of a problem to me, and vice versa.”
    • · Fifty-Dollar Husband · Bill Gulick · ss; “This girl wanted a lot for her money: a husband who was a hero.”
    • · The “Lomokome” Papers · Herman Wouk · na



    Collier’s [v137 #6, March 16, 1956] (15¢, 100pp, 10½″ x 13½″)
    • 6-9 · Appointment with O’Hara · John O’Hara · cl
    • 10-13 · A Woman’s Place · Carol Grace · vi; “Here was the perfect home, except for one flaw.”
    • 14-15 · Collier’s Credits · Jerome Beatty, Jr. · cl
    • 16-19 · Letters · [The Readers] · lc
    • 20-22 · 48 States of Mind · Walter Davenport · cl
    • 23-25 · ICBM · Hanson W. Baldwin · ar; “It’s ‘the ultimate weapon’—and Russia and the U.S. are racing to build it.”
    • 26-31 · School for Stars · [uncredited] · ar; “Top names, rising personalities, unknowns—all learn at the Actors’ Studio.”
    • 32-33 · The Hunters [Part 1 of 2] · James Salter · sl; “A vivid inside story of jet pilots in action.”
    • 34-37 · The All-America in College Basketball · Bill Fay · cl; “The court elite, picked by the National Association of Basketball Coaches.”
    • 38-45 · What Is Automation? · John Diebold · ar; “New machines mean more jobs, short hours, high production—but not Utopia.”
    • 46-57 · The Good Girl, Alas · Mel Heimer · ss; “Virtue is its own reward, they say—but Marcia doubted it.”
    • 58-59 · Some Like It Hot · Harrison Forman · ar; “King of spices, pepper peps up almost any dish, whether meat, fish or fowl.”
    • 60-65 · Clamor on the Comstock · Robert O’Brien · ar; “Two brash Eastern journalists have a former Western ghost town booming.”
    • 66-91 · Teletype · Will F. Jenkins · ss; “A relentless machine matches wits with a runaway killer.”
    • 92-93 · “How Do You Start Again” · Howard Cohn · ar; “In time of disaster, the American Red Cross rushes aid—then helps rebuild.”
    • 94-97 · A Peck of Trouble · James Poling · ar; “How many poles can a woodpecker peck? Harassed power firms seek the answer.”
    • 98-100 · Collier’s Comment: There Can Be Too Much Secrecy · [uncredited] · ed


    Collier’s [v137 #7, March 30, 1956] (15¢, 10½″ x 13½″)
    Details taken from eBay listing.
    • · Crazy Guys Are Best · Timothy Fuller · vi; “All good goalies are stubborn, but Henry carried it too far.”
    • · All in the Mind · Ruth Henning · ss; “Self-confidence, it’s wonderful! It got me a man.”
    • · Lost Sister · Dorothy M. Johnson · ss; “My aunts never knew how wrong it was to pity their strange sister.”
    • · The Hunters [Part 2 of 2] · James Salter · sl; “The MIGs were back, this was the showdown for Cleve and Pell.”


    Collier’s [v137 #8, April 13, 1956] (15¢, 10½″ x 13½″)
    Details taken from eBay listing.
    • · Unscheduled Hero · David Nevin · vi; “A perilous feat changes a young tightrope walker’s life.”
    • · The Enchantment · Edwin A. Peeples · ss; “He had never met a girl so exciting, or so very wrong for him.”
    • · Stowaway · Richard Stern · ss; “Who was the shipboard celebrity? Just a cat named Joe.”
    • · Terror at Webb’s Landing · Frank Harvey · nv; “A gripping kidnap story set deep in the Florida swamps.”



    Collier’s [v137 #10, May 11, 1956] (15¢, 10½″ x 13½″)
    Details taken from eBay listing.
    • · The Scent of Danger · Dan Tyler Moore · vi; “He had set a perfect trap, not even this woman could escape it.”
    • · The Kiss at Croton Falls · Irwin Shaw · ss; “a rollicking tale of a romance that was out of this world.”
    • · Class D Violence · Charles Einstein · ss; “Jim didn’t know it, but his career was riding on tonight’s game.”
    • · The Kean Land [Part 1 of 2] · Jack Schaefer · na; “An exciting new saga of the West by the author of Shane.”
    • · Gesell on Teen-Agers [Part 1 of 2] · Jack Harrison Pollack · ar


    Collier’s [v137 #11, May 25, 1956] (15¢, 108pp, 10½″ x 13½″)
    • 6-9 · Appointment with O’Hara · John O’Hara · cl
    • 10-11 · Leni · Elizabeth Starr Hill · vi; “We loved her for what she was, but for Leni that was not enough.”
    • 12-13 · Interlocked Interlude · John Dempsey · ct
    • 14-19 · Letters · [The Readers] · lc
    • 20-24 · 48 States of Mind · Walter Davenport · cl
    • 25-26 · Collier’s Credits · Jerome Beatty, Jr. · cl
    • 27-31 · Gesell on Teen-Agers [Part 2 of 2] · Jack Harrison Pollack · ar; “An expert on child behavior surveys the crucial years.”
    • 32-39 · The Vanishing Cowboy · Frank Farmer · ar; “Saddle-wise cow hands still ride the range the old way on Texas’ JA Ranch.”
    • 40-41 · Rembrandt · [uncredited] · pi; “A selection of paintings by the great artist, marking his 350th birthday.”
    • 42-48 · I Play Baseball for Money—Not Fun · Duke Snider & Roger Kahn · ar; “The famous Dodger outfielder takes a deeply felt look at his profession.”
    • 49-57 · You Know Them So Little · Josiah E. Greene · ss; “A high-school teacher tries to stop an unusual gang war—alone.”
    • 58-59 · Did You Ever Come Home Late? · Virgil Partch · ct
    • 60-71 · What Made Vuky Race? · Cornelius Ryan · ar; “The story of Bill Vukovich helps explain why men gamble their lives for speed.”
    • 72-79 · The Idea Man · Robert McLaughlin · ss; “What do you do with a smart assistant who’s gunning for your job?”
    • 80-81 · Boston’s $50,000,000 Mile · Leonard Gross · ar; “That’s the cost of slicing a modern road through the maze of three centuries.”
    • 82-88 · Ike’s Minister for Prosperity · Carroll Kilpatrick · ar; “Here’s the President’s top economic adviser—in a mood of high optimism.”
    • 89-101 · The Kean Land [Part 2 of 2] · Jack Schaefer · na; “We couldn’t help Brent now: he’d taken the law into his own hands.”
    • 102-105 · The Weeper · Aline Mosby · ar; “Hollywood sensation Rod Steiger is an intense, brash man who can cry on order.”
    • 106-108 · Collier’s Comment: Big Industry Goes with a Big Country · [uncredited] · ed


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