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Contents

Speaking of pictures, plushy, poodly, says Mrs Snow, editor of Harper's bazaar
12
Fashion
Van Gogh and the T-men
17
William Goetz; 1903-1969, Vincent van Gogh; 1853-1890
Seoul and victory
29
Korean War, 1950-1953 (Campaigns and battles)
Love those Yankees
38
Baseball
But what comes next?
38
Korean War, 1950-1953 (Peace and mediation)
Hanging hero
74
Jose Gervasio Artigas; 1764-1850, Bogota (Colombia) (Monuments, statues, etc)
Trio
77
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Britain's busiest actress
87
Jean SIMMONS
Historic church burns
91
Fires, Northborough (Mass.)
Geography of the universe
94
Edwin Powell Hubble; 1889-1953, California Institute of Technology Astrophysical Observatory, Nebulae, Solar system, Universe

Salute to our warriors
38
Korean War, 1950-1953 (Strategy)
End comes for a champion
39
Joe Louis; 1914-1981, Boxing
Tom Murphy takes over
40
Thomas F. Murphy; 1905-1995, New York (N.Y.) (Crime, Police)
Henry Ford swindle
47
Marie FULLER, Fraud
Oglers' delight
53
Building
Blaik and son
59
Earl Henry Blaik; 1897-1989, Robert McDowell BLAIK, United States Military Academy, Football
Korea five years ago
70
Steven R. KIDD, John PIKE, Korea (Description and travel)
Season in the sun
111
Wolcott Gibbs; 1902-1958, Theater reviews (Single works)
Critic awaits his critics
111
Wolcott Gibbs; 1902-1958
Joy in Toledo
121
TOLEDO (Ohio)Terminals
Fractured French
126
Caricatures and cartoons, French language
I wish I were . . . Bavarian boys dream of glory
133
Children (Germany), Children's fantasies
Mark Clark speaks out
140
World War, 1939-1945 (Campaigns and battles, Italy)
Fisherman's paradise
156
Salt water fishing, Sailfish, Mazatlan (Mexico)

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