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Item:170449199741LOOK October 22, 1940 Inside: Stirling Hayden was flat broke 6 months ago; "If I become President" by Wendell Willkie; Why Roosevelt will win; Women of the Navy on Coronado Island; America's No. 1 Sailor James Otto Richardson; Football's civil war of north vs. south. Mad Hatters John-Frederics Milliners; 2 New York girls go see the Windsors in the Bahamas; Look calls on Irene Dunne; Stenographer; When will America have a modern army? How pro-footballers beat the rules; Photocrime-murder with three motives; Raymond Gram Swing interprets the news. ; LOOK came out every other week on Tuesday. It was started by John Cowles in 1937 as a competitor to Life Magazine. He got the idea for the magazine from Henry Luce who invited him to his office to look at various names for a new picture magazine he was going to bring out. On the wall of Luce's office were various dummy covers with different names. One of the names was "LOOK." It gave John Cowles an idea and a number of months later he debuted his magazine. We have most issues of LOOK in stock from 1937 through 1971. Inquire about other issues. This issue is in extremely nice condition-good for gift giving or framing. Over One Million Magazines in stock. In the trade for 33 years. Visit us at millionmagazines. All checks, credit cards and Paypal accepted. Chosen Reflections/Million Magazines, 10373 CR 104, Kaufman Texas 75142Condition:Good, Publication Year:19400000, Subject:News, General Interest, Issue Type:Weekly Issue, Publication Name:Look, Language:English
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1940 LOOK October 22-Women of the Navy; Irene Dunne