Liberty Magazine Jan. 5 1935 – Apr. 20 1935

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Liberty Magazine – January 5, 1935

    Liberty Magazine January 5, 1935

  • Calendar cover is not credited to anyone
  • Editorial
  • “Our New Civil War” part 1 by Will Irwin
  • “Treasure Trove” a story by Ian Hay with illustration by Carl Link
  • Good Books by Oliver Swift
  • Compelling, Colorful, Comic — Movie Reviews by Beverly Hills with Reviews of “Imitation of Life”, “The Mighty Barnum”, “Romance in Manhattan”, and “A Wicked Woman” along with small photos of Warren William with Claudette Colbert, Mady Christians and Charles Bickford, Francis Lederer with Ginger Rogers, and Wallace Beery with Adolphe Menjou.
  • “Name Your Price” part 4 by Max Brand with an illustration by Frank Godwin and decorations by Stephen Grout
  • Will Congress Run Wild? by Jay Franklin
  • “Darn Kid” a story by Paul Loomis
  • Twenty Questions
  • One New Year’s Resolution by Anna Roosevelt Dall
  • Stars of Tomorrow by Clara Beranger with small photos and brief write-ups of Mary Carlisle, Katherine De Mille, Elizabeth Allen, Jean Parker, Ruby Keeler, Helen Mack, Drue Leyton, Betty Furness, Jean Muir, and Rochelle Hudson
  • Vox Pop
  • “The Amazing Career of Father Coughlan” conclusion by Edward Doherty
  • Cross Word Puzzle
  • “New Worlds to Make” a short, short story by Parke F. Hanley
  • $2,000 Game of Cities Contest
  • “Murder of Dr. Casanova” conclusion by Lucile Anetel with illustrations by J. Henry
  • To the Ladies! by Princess Alexandria Kropotkin
  • Chesterfield Cigarettes ad on the back cover

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Liberty Magazine – January 12, 1935

    Liberty Magazine January 12, 1935

  • Cover by Les
  • Editorial
  • “Passport to Hell” part 1 by James Warner Bellah with illustrations by Harry T. Fisk
  • “Our New Civil War” part 2 by Will Irwin with photos of Bonnie and Clyde
  • “Land Fall” a story by Wilbur Daniel Steele with illustrations by Ruth King
  • Are We Headed for a General Strike? by Jay Franklin
  • Happy Hooverian, Hopeful — Movie Reviews by Beverly Hills with reviews of “Here is My Heart”, “Forsaking All Others”, “One Hour Late” and “Bright Eyes” with small accompanying photos of Bing Crosby with Kitty Carlisle, Joan Crawford with Robert Montgomery & Clark Gable, Joe Morrison and Helen Twelvetreess and Shirley Temple with James Dunn
  • Portrait of a New Yorker A Kaleidoscopic Memory of Bygone Days on Broadway by Walter Winchell
  • “Refugee” a story by Jennings Perry with illustrations by John Falter
  • Twenty Questions
  • How to Drink Like a Gentleman by H.L. Mencken
  • “Playtime Girl” a story by Mabel McElliott Clarke with an illustration by James Montgomery Flagg

  • To the Ladies! by Princess Alexandria Kropotkin
  • Cross Word Puzzle
  • “It’s Your Turn” a short short story by Bobbie Perkins
  • $2,000 Game of Cities Contest
  • “Name Your Price” part 5 by Max Brand with illustration by Frank Godwin
  • Good Books by Oliver Swift
  • Vox Pop
  • Lucky Strike Cigarettes ad on the back cover

Liberty Magazine – January 19, 1935

    Liberty Magazine January 19, 1935

  • Cover by Frank Godwin
  • Editorial
  • “Can the Reds Destroy Us?” part 1 of 2 by Matthew Woll as told to Earl Reeves
  • “Kidnapper’s Contact” A new kind of detective story by William Moulton Marston with an illustration by Harry T. Fisk and decorations by Carl Pfeufer
  • The World Menace of the Saar by Col. Edward M. House
  • “Passport to Hell” part 2 by James Warner Bellah with illustrations by Harry T. Fisk and decorations by Carl Pfeufer
  • Twenty Questions
  • And Romance Fifty Miles Away by Parke F. Hanley
  • Is Hollywood Getting Religion? by Clara Beranger with small photos of the late Marie Dressler, Cecil B. DeMille, Lillian Gish, Esther Ralston, Norma Shearer, Mary Pickford, the late Lilyan Tashman, her husband Edmund Lowe, Barbara Stanwyck, her husband Frank Fay
  • Gripping, Ghostly, Gaudy — Movie Reviews by Beverly Hills with reviews of “The Man Who Reclaimed His Head”, “Helldorado”, “Sweet Adeline”, and “Grand Old Girl” with small accompanying photos of Joan Bennett and Claude Rains, Richard Arlen and Madge Evans, and Irene Dunne and Louis Calhern
  • Good Books by Oliver Swift
  • “Pul-lease! Lawyer Sue” a story by Constance Hall with illustrations by T.D. Skidmore
  • “Our New Civil War” part 3 by Will Irwin looks at the killing of John Dillinger
  • $2,000 Game of Cities Contest
  • To the Ladies! by Princess Alexandria Kropotkin
  • “Murderer’s Clock” a short short story by Ray Cummings
  • “Name Your Price” part 6 by Max Brand with an illustration by Frank Godwin
  • Vox Pop
  • Camel Cigarettes ad featuring Roscoe Turner, physical instructor Charles Adams, Architect W.R. Ballard, and Mrs. Langdon Post on the back cover

Liberty Magazine – February 9, 1935

    Liberty Magazine February 9, 1935

  • Cover by H.R. Sklar
  • Editorial
  • “A Machine to End War” by Nikola Tesla as told to George Sylvester Viereck A famous inventor, picturing life 100 years from now, reveals an astounding scientific venture which he believes will change the course of history
  • “The Ancient Dawn” a story by Zona Gale with illustrations by Harold Denison

  • “Hitler’s Coming Doom” part 2 by Princess Catherine Radziwill
  • Twenty Questions
  • A Charlie Chaplin on Four Legs by Harry Lucenay as told to D.E. Wheeler with small photo of article subject Pete from Our Gang
  • “Wife in Fame Only” a story by Octavus Roy Cohen with illustrations by James Montgomery Flagg
  • Stirring, Shrewd, Sticky — Movie Reivews by Beverly Hills with reviews of “The Lives of a Bengal Lancer”, “The Gilded Lily”, “Enchanted April” and “I’ve Been Around” along with accompanying small photos of Fred MacMurrary with Claudette Colbert, Frank Morgan with Ann Harding and Jessie Ralph, Gary Cooper and Richard Cromwell, and Chester Morris with Rochelle Hudson
  • “Getaway Money” part 3 by Elmer Davis with illustrations by Edgar McGraw
  • Guests and Pests by Baynard H. Kendrick
  • “Gambler’s Maxim” a story by James Edward Grant with illustrations by Harold Denison
  • Cross Word Puzzle
  • “Safe with Alexander” a short short story by Marjorie McClure
  • $2,000 Game of Cities Contest
  • “Passport to Hell” part 5 by James Warner Bellah with illustrations by Harry T. Fisk
  • Good Books by Oliver Swift
  • To the Ladies! by Princess Alexandria Kropotkin
  • Vox Pop
  • Lucky Strike Cigarettes ad on the back cover and shown below

Liberty Magazine – February 23, 1935

    Liberty Magazine February 23, 1935

  • Cover by C.J. McCarthy
  • Editorial
  • How Free Are the Seas by Colonel Edward M. House
  • “Fish to Fry” a story by Seymour Winslow with illustrations by T.D. Skidmore
  • “No Food with My Meals” part 1 by Fannie Hurst
  • Twenty Questions
  • “Wild as a Hawk” part 2 by Vina Delmar with illustrations by James Montgomery Flagg
  • The Private Life of Grace Moore by Clara Beranger
  • “The Signal” a short short story by J. Lane Linklater
  • Flavorsome, Furtive, Frenzied — Movie Reviews by Beverly Hills with reviews of “David Copperfield”, “A Notorious Gentleman:, “Under Pressure”, and “The Winning Ticket” with accompanying small photos of W.C. Fields with Frank Lawton and Roland Young, Charles Bickford wtih Helen Vinson, Victor McLaglen and Edmund Lowe with Marjorie Rambeau, and Leo Carrillo with Louise Fazenda and Ted Healy
  • “Hahsit, Babe?” a story by James Edward Grant
  • Good Books by Oliver Swift
  • Cross Word Puzzle
  • Golf … Good … and Goofy by John Hix
  • $2,000 Game of Cities Contest
  • “Gallantry” a story by Robert Murphy with illustrations by Lynn Bogue Hunt
  • “Passport to Hell” part 7 by James Warner Bellham and illustration by Harry T. Fisk
  • To the Ladies! by Princess Alexandria Kropotkin
  • Vox Pop
  • Chesterfield Cigarettes ad on the back cover

Liberty Magazine – March 2, 1935

    Liberty Magazine March 2, 1935

  • Cover by Anthony Fraioli
  • Editorial
  • Henry Ford Tells His New Faith in America by William L. Stidger with a sketch by Stephen Grout
  • “The Lady of the Letters” a story by Edward Doherty with illustrations by Hubert Mathieu
  • Women on the Warpath by Maxine Davis
  • “Follow Your Nose” a story by Rita Weiman with illustrations by T.D. Skidmore
  • “No Food with My Meals” conclusion by Fannie Hurst
  • Good Books by Oliver Swift
  • A New Deal for the Red Man by Robert Gessner

  • “Wild as a Hawk” part 3 by Vina Delmar with illustrations by James Montgomery Flagg
  • Historic, Heroic, Hilarious — Movie Reviews by Beverly Hills with reviews of “Clive of India”, “Wings in the Dark”, “The Whole Town’s Talking”, and “Carnival” with accompanying photos of Loretta Young and Ronald Colman, Myrna Loy and Cary Grant.
  • Twenty Questions
  • “The Stallion of the Bright Star Pass” a story by Vingie E. Roe with illustrations by Monte Crews
  • $2,000 Conversation Contest
  • Cross Word Puzzle
  • “Triangle” a short short story by Marguerite Roberts
  • Talent in the Raw is a survey of things that make or break the baseball rookie by Benny Friedman with small headshots of several ballplayers including Dizzy Dean
  • “Passport to Hell” part 7 by James Warner Bellham and illustration by Harry T. Fisk
  • To the Ladies! by Princess Alexandria Kropotkin
  • Vox Pop
  • Coca-Cola ad on the back cover

Liberty Magazine – March 23, 1935

    Liberty Magazine March 23, 1935

  • Cover by Carl Pfeufer
  • Editorial
  • “Hell in Boots” part 1 by Tyler Mason is a stirring fact story of the Texas Rangers–the saga of Bill McDonald, the greatest man-hunter of them all with illustrations by J.S. Hulme
  • “Flowers for Sale” a story by Lucy Stone Terrill with illustrations by John Watrous
  • If America Should Go Communist by Leon Trotsky
  • “Resting Easily” a story by Frank Leon Smith with illustrations by John Falter
  • Twenty Questions
  • “The Private Life of the Five and Ten Princess” part 2 by Adela Rogers St. Johns is about Barbara Hutton
  • Death’s Long Hand by Mary Fredericks
  • I Am Always on Time by Rube Goldberg
  • $2,000 Conversation Contest
  • “Ten Dollars” a short short story by Richard Wormser
  • Playful, Provocative, Palpitating — Movie Reviews by Beverly Hills with reviews of “The Little Colonel”, “Ruggles of Red Gap”, “Car 99”, and “Let’s Live Tonight” with accompanying photos of Shirley Temple with Lionel Barrymore, Mary Boland and Charles Laughton, Lillian Harvey and Tullio Carminati, and Fred MacMurray with Sir Guy Standing and Marine Schubert
  • There’s Fight in Big League Baseball by Mickey Cochrane as told to Robert Harron with a photo of Cochrane as well as Schoolboy Rowe and Marvin Owen
  • Good Books
  • To the Ladies! by Princess Alexandria Kropotkin
  • Crossword Puzzle
  • “She Made Her Bed” part 3 by Wallace Irwin with illustrations by Hubert Mathieu
  • Vox Pop
  • Chesterfield Cigarettes ad on the back cover

Liberty Magazine – March 30, 1935

    Liberty Magazine March 30, 1935

  • Cover by Carl Pfeufer
  • Editorial
  • “Right to the Heart” part 1 by Reita Lambert with illustrations by Frank Godwin
  • But America Won’t Go Communist! by Senator James J. Davis
  • “A Change of Management” a story by Richard Macaulay
  • “The Empire of the Kingfish” part 1 about Huey Long by Will Irwin
  • Rhythm, Romance, Realism — Movie Reviews by Beverly Hills with reviews of “Roberta”, “Vanessa: Her Love Story”, “Transient Lady” and “All the King’s Horses” with accompanying photos of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, Helen Hayes and Robert Montgomery, and Gen Raymond with June Clayworth
  • “Hell in Boots” part 2 by Tyler Mason with an illustration by J.S. Hulme
  • Twenty Questions
  • “Lions in the Way” a story by Paul Annixter with illustrations by Monte Crews
  • Good Books by Oliver Swift
  • Cross Word Puzzle
  • “The Private Life of the Five and Ten Princess” conclusion by Adela Rogers St. Johns about Barbara Hutton
  • “Something About Men” a short short story by Frances Whiting
  • $2,000 Conversation Contest
  • “She Made Her Bed” part 4 by Wallace Irwin with illustration by Hubert Mathieu
  • To the Ladies! by Princess Alexandra Kropotkin
  • Vox Pop
  • Ovaltine ad on the back cover

Liberty Magazine – April 6, 1935

    Liberty Magazine April 6, 1935

  • Cover by Lumen Winter
  • Editorial
  • Hitler’s Hellish New Weapons of War by Wythe Williams with drawing by Stephen Grout
  • “One — Not Two” a story by Achmed Abdullah with illustrations by Marshall Frantz

  • “The Empire of the Kingfish” part 2 about Huey Long by Will Irwin
  • “Right to the Heart” part 2 by Reita Lambert with illustrations by Frank Godwin
  • Twenty Questions
  • Tuneful, Timely, Trite — Movie Reviews by Beverly Hills with reviews of “Naughty Marietta”, “The Wedding Night”, “The Folies Bergere” and “Times Square Lady” with accompanying photos of Anna Sten and Ralph Bellamy, Nelson Eddy and Jeanette MacDonald, Ann Sothern and Maurice Chevalier
  • “Shoal Water” a story by Richard Howells Watkins with illustrations by Harry T. Fisk
  • Good Books by Oliver Swift
  • Vox Pop
  • “Hell in Boots” part 3 by Tyler Mason with illustrations by J.S. Hulme
  • “Rebirth” a short short story by Nard Jones
  • $2,000 Conversation Contest
  • Cross Word Puzzle
  • “She Made Her Bed” part 5 by Wallace Irwin with illustrations by Hubert Mathieu
  • To the Ladies! by Princess Alexandria Kropotkin
  • An Adventure in Salvage by Lowell Thomas
  • Lucky Strike Cigarettes ad on the back cover

Liberty Magazine – April 13, 1935

    Liberty Magazine April 13, 1935

  • Cover by Guy Hoff
  • Editorial
  • Is the United States Slowly Starving? by Charles W. Burkett
  • “Grand Central Pick-Up” a story by Kathleen Norris with illustration by Gerald Leake
  • Sentiment, Songs, Spectacle — Movie Reviews by Beverly Hills with reviews of “One More Spring”, “Mississippi”, “West Point of the Air”, and “The Devil is a Woman” with accompanying photo of Bing Crosby with Joan Bennett
  • “Right to the Heart” part 3 by Reita Lambert with illustrations by Frank Godwin
  • Twenty Questions
  • “The Empire of the Kingfish” conclusion by Will Irwin about Huey Long
  • “Sacrifice Bid” a short short story by Malcolm Logan
  • “The Trial of Dr. Beamish” a story by Walton Green with illustrations by W.D. Stevens
  • Cross Word Puzzle
  • “Hell in Boots” part 4 by Tyler Mason
  • Youth Gets a Chance by Edward Doherty
  • To the Ladies! by Princess Alexandra Kropotkin
  • $2,000 Conversation Contest
  • “She Made Her Bed” part 6 by Wallace Irwin with illustration by Hubert Mathieu
  • Good Books by Oliver Swift
  • Vox Pop
  • Camel Cigarettes ad on the back cover featuring Boulder Dam engineer Erwin Jones and others

Liberty Magazine – April 20, 1935

    Liberty Magazine April 20, 1935

  • Cover by Lee Brown
  • Editorial
  • “Gypsy Love Song” part 1 by H. Bedford-Jones with illustration by Charles de Feo
  • “Shining Moon” a story by Beatrice Grimshaw with illustrations by Marshall Frantz
  • Game Laws for Criminals by Rupert Hughes
  • “Champions’ Children” a story by Heywood Broun
  • Better Times are Coming Now by B.C. Forbes
  • Brilliant, Baffling, Boisterous — Movie Reviews by Beverly Hills with reviews of “Private Worlds”, “The Casino Murder Case”, “It Happened in New York”, and “McFadden’s Flats” with accompanying photo of Claudette Colbert and Charles Boyer
  • “Lone Hand” a story by Octavus Roy Cohen with illustration by T.D. Skidmore
  • To the Ladies! by Princess Alexandra Kropotkin
  • Who Will Win the National League Pennant? by Ford Frick
  • “Right to the Heart” part 4 by Reita Lambert with illustrations by Frank Godwin
  • “A Matter of Accent” a short short story by Percy Marks
  • “Hell in Boots” conclusion by Tyler Mason with illustration by James Sanford Hulme
  • Twenty Questions
  • $2,000 Conversation Contest
  • “She Made Her Bed” part 7 by Wallace Irwin with illustration by Hubert Mathieu
  • Good Books by Oliver Swift
  • Cross Word Puzzle
  • Vox Pop
  • Chesterfield Cigarettes ad on the back cover

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