Item #019386 Woman's Home Companion. November, 1933. Charlie Chaplin, Eleanor Roosevelt, Theodore Dreiser, Pearl S. Buck, E. Phillips Oppenheim, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Norman Rockwell, artist.

Woman's Home Companion. November, 1933

Springfield, OH: Crowell Publishing Company, 1933. Wraps. Good. Item #019386

Color illustrated wraps. Folio. 144 pp. Sixtieth anniversary issue. Illustrations throughout, including some by Norman Rockwell illustrating a Booth Tarkington story. Single issue of this long running journal featuring fiction, current events, fashion, etc. This issue notable for containing the second installment of "A Comedian Sees the World," by Charlie Chaplin, recalling his travels and events, some of which inspired future films. Also present is an essay by Eleanor Roosevelt that discusses the married woman in business; a short story by Theodore Dreiser, "Solution;" stories by Pearl S. Buck, E. Phillips Oppenheim, etc. GOOD condition. Faint dampstaining and rippling to the fore edge of the magazine. General toning, foxing and spotting to the covers. Minor soiling and edgewear, with a few small creases. Mailing label on the lower front cover. Several pages with dog ear creasing to their upper corners.

Price: $55.00