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Fortune 5 1938

J Binder

  • Year: 1938
  • Country: USA
  • Language: English
  • Movement: Art Deco
  • Subject: Science, Technology
  • Dimensions: Width: 29.00cm Height: 35.50cm

Original vintage magazine Fortune November 1938 Volume XVIII Number 5 featuring the cover by Joseph Binder (1898-1972) depicting red melted metal flowing out of the smelting cauldron. The volume covers various topics with in-depth articles on Industrial South - an article on production of oil, salt, pulp, sulfur, coal, iron, phisphate, tobacco, cotton, rice, and sugar cane; Saks Fifth Avenue - an article about luxury department store; Business-and-Goverment; Nunn-Bush Labor; The So-Called Monopoly Committee; The Fortune Survey XVI; Adventures of Del Monte - an article on world's largest canner of fruit, vegetables, and fish, Energy Sources - with an article covering topics of solar energy, wind, falling water, the tides, the earth; The American Medical Association - an article on the struggles of medical care. The issue presents advertising for cruise with Italian Line, Goodrich rubber, Four Rouses whiskey, Martell cognac brandy, Hennessy, Old Crow whiskey, Johnny Walker, Packard four-door motor car, artwork by Anton Bruehl advertising cruise to Hawaii with Matson Line, American Export Lines, travel articles inviting to visit Australia and Italy. Soft paperback binding, volume consists of 174 pages. Fortune is an American business magazine, it was founded in 1929 by Time magazine co-founder Henry Luce. Very good condition, light skimming on the edges of the front and back cover.

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