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June 23, 1945
Keep Up with the World
by Freling Foster, pp. 6-7 -
by Frederick R. Neely, pp. 8-10 -
by Quentin Reynolds, pp. 11-13 -
First of two parts. The spirit of Padre O'Callahan, perhaps more than anything e...
The Hero and the Heroine
by Robert Carson, pp. 14-15 -
A Bataan nurse shows him the role he must play in his own success story
Dachau: Experimental Murder
by Martha Gellhorn, p. 16 -
In the name of science the Germans planned horror which, even to those who witne...
by Norma Bicknell Mansfield, p. 17 -
Is not the faith of the pure in heart enough for any wife to go on?
by Amy Porter, pp. 18-19 -
A back-to-the-woods movement should lead to summer camp for every child
Woman at Bay
by George Harmon Coxe, p. 20 -
The Serial Story, Conclusion
Swamis Beside the Potomac
by Mona Gardner, p. 21 -
In the nation's capital fortune-telling has taken on the aspect of big business
God's Angry Woman
by Carey Longmire, p. 22 -
Dorothy Thompson has made the cause of righteousness her own---and a paying prop...
In the Neighborhood
by Edwin Lanham, p. 23 -
A man who works nights kind of gets out of touch with his family
by Richard L. Neuberger, pp. 24-25 -
How a gentle Seattle tailor won the affection of the wild Canada geese
by Dave Grubb, pp. 26-35 -
The Short Short Story
by Owen Cameron, pp. 36-50 -
In a case of man versus goat, it's the goat that usually comes out on top
The Heroes, A Gallery of United Nations Patriots
by George Creel, pp. 51-65 -
No. 35---Technician Fifth Grade Robert D. Maxwell
Your Life Tomorrow
by David O. Woodbury, pp. 66-69 -
Look Where Your're Going
by Ruth Carson, pp. 70-78 -
Photographer Samuel Gottscho finds unsuspected beauty in the back yard
by Charless Hahn, pp. 79-80 -
Even postage stamps were used by the Nazis as agents of propaganda
The Week's Work
by Amy Porter, p. 81 -
, pp. 82-84 -
Japan's 100-Year-Plans; Vacation in Rio---Oh, Yeah?; Our Pacific Responsibility
by George Karger-Pix, -
"The Myth of American Meritocracy"
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