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Collier's Weekly Archives
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  • Collier's Weekly
    Total Archives: 32 Years, 1,385 Issues, 24,514 Articles, 104,177pp
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    1. [+] Issues of the 1920s
      = 4 Years, 108 Issues, 2,141 Articles
      1. [+] Issues of the 1930s
        = 10 Years, 498 Issues, 7,650 Articles
        1. [+] Issues of the 1940s
          = 10 Years, 510 Issues, 9,729 Articles
          1. [+] Issues of the 1950s
            = 8 Years, 269 Issues, 4,994 Articles
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            Year 1926
            1. Collier's Weekly,
              November 6, 1926 Issue, 19 Articles, 52pp
              They Call It Love by Louis Joseph Vance
            2. Collier's Weekly,
              November 20, 1926 Issue, 16 Articles, 52pp
              Have you turned Professional by H.I. Phillips
            3. Collier's Weekly,
              November 27, 1926 Issue, 17 Articles, 48pp
              Classics in Slang by H.C. Witwer
              One-Punch McTague tells one about the goofy knight Don Quixote
            4. Collier's Weekly,
              December 25, 1926 Issue, 17 Articles, 44pp
              Classics in Slang by H.C. Witwer
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            1. Collier's Weekly
              , October 18, 1952, pp. 12-14 - PDF
            2. Collier's Weekly
              , October 27, 1951, p. 19 - PDF
            3. Collier's Weekly
              , September 17, 1949, pp. 16-17 - PDF
            4. A study of the menace of radioactivity caused by atomic blasts
              Collier's Weekly
              , August 9, 1947, pp. 18-19 - PDF
            5. The amazing odyssey of a Canadian army private who hated M.P.'s
              Collier's Weekly
              , February 23, 1946, p. 21 - PDF
            6. Collier's Weekly
              , July 8, 1944, pp. 40-44 - PDF
            7. Collier's Weekly
              , July 15, 1944, pp. 53-56 - PDF
            8. Collier's Weekly
              , July 22, 1944, pp. 42-43 - PDF
            9. Collier's Weekly
              , July 29, 1944, pp. 68-77 - PDF
            10. Collier's Weekly
              , August 12, 1944, pp. 34-38 - PDF
            11. Collier's Weekly
              , August 19, 1944, pp. 55-64 - PDF
            12. Collier's Weekly
              , August 26, 1944, pp. 47-49 - PDF
            13. Collier's Weekly
              , September 2, 1944, pp. 27-29 - PDF
            14. Collier's Weekly
              , February 16, 1952, pp. 16-17 - PDF
            15. Collier's Weekly
              , January 15, 1927, p. 10 - PDF
            16. Dr. Wadsworth advices on flaws the skin is heri to
              Collier's Weekly
              , August 10, 1929, pp. 20-21 - PDF
            17. In pictures
              Collier's Weekly
              , July 13, 1929, pp. 12-13 - PDF
            18. When, why and how to build
              Collier's Weekly
              , May 2, 1931, p. 18 - PDF
            19. Collier's Weekly
              , June 25, 1949, pp. 10-12 - PDF
            20. Next year's heroes
              Collier's Weekly
              , September 7, 1935, pp. 18-19 - PDF