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Collier's Weekly, November 23, 1956 Issue
- 21 Articles, 94pp
January 6, 1956 Issue - 18 Articles
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    Because of a gift, Art Mason's whole life changed in one moment
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    Cohoon's home town welcomed him back with murder and revenge
  • , pp. 18-21 - PDF
    Are more accurate forecasts possible? Yes, says this scientist
  • , pp. 22-25 - PDF
    An authority puts an end to all rumor that the dictator is still alive
  • , pp. 26-31 - PDF
    How an ex-barber with golden tonsils eased his way to a million dollars
  • , pp. 32-35 - PDF
    One town took a three-year test. Result: cavities reduced 50 per cent
  • , pp. 36-38 - PDF
    West Virginia's colorful court star is called "the new Bob Cousy"
  • , pp. 39-43 - PDF
    This was the big convention. Fred had to make his name---now or never
  • , pp. 44-51 - PDF
    It'll be bumper-to-bumper from coast to coast unless Congress acts
  • , pp. 52-55 - PDF
    Who was this girl who put love on her shopping list?
  • , pp. 56-65 - PDF
    Latin America is booming and loaded with opportunities
  • , pp. 66-69 - PDF
    The Air Force seeks ways to feed jet pilots sealed in suit-and-mask
  • , pp. 70-73 - PDF
    The Melbourne games pose a challenge for all Americans
  • , pp. 74-76 - PDF
  • , pp. 8-9 - PDF
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    Luis had to learn that, for a matador, skill alone is not enough
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    A top newsman weighs the Republicans' dilemma: Can they win without Ike?
  • , pp. 20-23 - PDF
    This herb is so popular now it gets scarcely a breath of disapproval
  • , pp. 24-25 - PDF
    In Virginia, men from eight nations ensure the safety of the North Atlantic
  • , pp. 26-31 - PDF
    The King of Swing---with an assist from Steve Allen---recalls old times
  • , pp. 32-38 - PDF
    A distinguished historian offers a bold place for achieving peace
  • , pp. 39-47 - PDF
    An old superstitution of the sea plagues the crew of a modern cruiser
  • , pp. 48-53 - PDF
    "Breadwinner" is honorable, too. But what about "mother-in-law"?
  • , pp. 54-61 - PDF
    here's what the AFL-CIO merger means to America's politics and economy
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    (Review)
    , pp. 62-63 - PDF
    A re-enactment of the mournful old song in a colorful new moving picture
    1. Meet Me in Las Vegas (1955 Film) by Roy Rowland
  • , pp. 64-65 - PDF
    If the posse could find Cohoon, they'd hang him---guilty or not
    1. Meet Me in Las Vegas (1955 Film) by Roy Rowland
  • , pp. 66-73 - PDF
    He's a dead-eye marksman with what most folks consider a harmless toy
    1. Meet Me in Las Vegas (1955 Film) by Roy Rowland
  • , pp. 74-77 - PDF
    The exciting story of the crews who keep open the trans-Sierra highways
    1. Meet Me in Las Vegas (1955 Film) by Roy Rowland
  • , pp. 78-80 - PDF
    1. Meet Me in Las Vegas (1955 Film) by Roy Rowland
  • , pp. 6-11 - PDF
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    This was one secret his mother should never find out
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    He's a shadowly madman who has planted 25 to 100 bombs in New York since '40
  • , pp. 24-29 - PDF
    Four physicians have brought science to a land of medicine men and midwives
  • , pp. 30-33 - PDF
    GM's Motorama---both a lavish extravaganza and a sound business practice
  • , pp. 34-37 - PDF
    She's more than a success as a star; she's a success as a woman
  • , pp. 38-47 - PDF
    Four G.O.P. Presidential possibilities, from the state of political paradoxes
  • , pp. 48-59 - PDF
    Cecilia seemed to nice. Then the lurid rumors began
  • , pp. 60-63 - PDF
    It's the proposed site of a Congo power project that could change Africa
  • , pp. 64-69 - PDF
    There was no such creature, George knew, but he'd caught one
  • , pp. 70-72 - PDF
    Coach Sax Elliot of L.A. State will try anything to improve the court game
  • , pp. 73-75 - PDF
    Cohoon had one way out: down the rapids no man had ever survived
  • , pp. 76-81 - PDF
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    If a foe attacks by air, this new machine automatically controls our defense
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    Beware the bride who mixes love with psychology!
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  • , pp. 21-25 - PDF
    An exciting firsthand report on what life is like on our new radar tower
  • , pp. 26-27 - PDF
    Tenley Albright, world's best, skates before sunrise to keep her titles
  • , pp. 28-31 - PDF
    Legends and customs, wistful and whimsical, about the problems of romance
  • , pp. 32-41 - PDF
    Bourguiba, Tunisian liberator, is setting the example for a whole continent
  • , pp. 42-47 - PDF
    My father was something of a problem to me---and vice versa
  • , pp. 48-53 - PDF
    Ike's illness and the coming election highlight the paradox of the No. 2 job
  • , pp. 54-55 - PDF
    This girl wanted a lot for her money: a husband who was a hero
  • , pp. 56-61 - PDF
    And an Illinois company still turns them out in all shapes and sizes
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    (Review)
    , pp. 62-68 - PDF
    It's one of the most ambitious films ever, with 50 top stars
    1. Around the World in 80 Days (1956 Film) by Michael Anderson
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    A short novel by the author of The Caine Mutiny and Marjorie Morningstar
    1. Around the World in 80 Days (1956 Film) by Michael Anderson
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    1. Around the World in 80 Days (1956 Film) by Michael Anderson
  • March 2, 1956 Issue - 16 Articles
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    Or, how to be a great lover, on the installment plan
  • , pp. 14-18 - PDF
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    A veteran political reporter goes to the grass roots for a pre-election poll
  • , pp. 22-27 - PDF
    Exclusive illustrated interviews with Grace Kelly and the Prince of Monaco
  • , pp. 28-31 - PDF
    The world's largest map firm marks 100 years with a U.S. map that's different
  • , pp. 32-33 - PDF
    Experts offer some new rules for winter driving and discredit some old ones
  • , pp. 34-47 - PDF
    A novelette by the author of the current best seller Ten North Frederick
  • , pp. 48-51 - PDF
    Here's a fellow who collects interjections (botheration) in his spare time
  • , pp. 52-57 - PDF
    Managing in the minors, he never placed out of the money; will he keep it up?
  • , pp. 58-67 - PDF
    A special 10-page report on a former foe, now our most valuable Pacific ally
  • , pp. 68-76 - PDF
    How or cold, for breakfast, lunch or dinner...it's our most versatile food
  • , pp. 77-81 - PDF
    A young trainer learns how to judge dogs---and people
  • , pp. 82-84 - PDF
  • March 16, 1956 Issue - 17 Articles
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  • , pp. 10-13 - PDF
    Here was the perfect home, except for one flaw
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    It's "the ultimate weapon"---and Russia and the U.S. are racing to build it
  • , pp. 26-31 - PDF
    Top names, rising personalities, unknowns---all learn at the Actors' Studio
  • , pp. 32-33 - PDF
    A vivid inside story of jet pilots in action
  • , pp. 34-37 - PDF
    The court elite, picked by the National Association of Basketball Coaches
  • , pp. 38-45 - PDF
    New machines mean more jobs, short hours, high production---but not Utopia
  • , pp. 46-57 - PDF
    Virtue is its own reward, they say---but Marcia doubted it
  • , pp. 58-59 - PDF
    King of spices, pepper peps up almost any dish, whether meat, fish or fowl
  • , pp. 60-65 - PDF
    Two brash Eastern journalists have a former Western ghost town booming
  • , pp. 66-91 - PDF
    A relentless machine matches wits with a runaway killer
  • , pp. 92-93 - PDF
    In time of disaster, the American Red Cross rushes aid---then helps rebuild
  • , pp. 94-97 - PDF
    How many poles can a woodpecker peck? Harassed power firms seek the answer
  • , pp. 98-100 - PDF
  • March 30, 1956 Issue - 18 Articles
  • , pp. 6-9 - PDF
  • , pp. 10-11 - PDF
    All good goalies are stubborn---but Herny carried it too far
  • , pp. 12-13 - PDF
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    A warm story of a calm old man and the horse he helped make worth a million
  • , pp. 24-25 - PDF
    Teresa del Rio, film bride of Alexander the Great, enchants a Spanish twon
  • , pp. 26-29 - PDF
    Says this expert: Abandon special privileges and most taxes will be lower
  • , pp. 30-31 - PDF
    A famous actor-pilot tells how it feels to play the most famous pilot of all
  • , pp. 32-47 - PDF
    It happened 50 years ago---one of the great catastrophes of modern history
  • , pp. 48-55 - PDF
    Self-confidence, it's wonderful! It got me a man
  • , pp. 56-65 - PDF
    They're the latest thing: off-the-nose chapeaux
  • , pp. 66-75 - PDF
    My aunts never knew how wrong it was to pity their strange sister
  • , pp. 76-83 - PDF
    A distinguished historian offers a plan to save the greatness of the West
  • , pp. 84-92 - PDF
    The MIGs were back; this was the showdown for Cleve and Pell
  • , pp. 93-97 - PDF
  • , pp. 98-101 - PDF
    Collier's fearless forecaster tells how the teams will place in the fall
  • , pp. 102-104 - PDF
  • April 13, 1956 Issue - 17 Articles
  • , pp. 6-11 - PDF
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    A perilous feat changes a young tightrope walker's life
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    Two Agriculture Secretaries, present and former, offer opposing views
  • , pp. 28-35 - PDF
    One smash play after another has meant Broadway's biggest boom in a decade
  • , pp. 36-39 - PDF
    Modern assembly-line miracles make every automobile a custom job
  • , pp. 40-47 - PDF
    The exclusive story of where and how the Hungarian prelate is now held
  • , pp. 48-59 - PDF
    He had never met a girl so exciting---or so very wrong for him
  • , pp. 60-63 - PDF
    Arlene Francis proves an electric skillet plus good recipes equal fine food
  • , pp. 64-69 - PDF
    Who was the shipboard celebrity? Just a cat named Joe
  • , pp. 70-87 - PDF
    From tarpon to trout, this expert catches almost anything with his fly rod
  • , pp. 88-89 - PDF
    A new color cartoon points the way to better residential neighborhoods
  • , pp. 90-101 - PDF
    A gripping kidnap story set deep in the Florida swamps
  • , pp. 102-105 - PDF
    He's our top airman on Taiwan---hot spot of the Orient
  • , pp. 106-108 - PDF
  • April 27, 1956 Issue - 19 Articles
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    Ann knew if she lost this battle, she would lose everything
  • , pp. 12-13 - PDF
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    A great American historian introduces Collier's new series of articles
  • , pp. 22-31 - PDF
    Lincoln visits the capital of the rebels as a great war draws toward a close
  • , pp. 32-33 - PDF
    Gravely injured, a pilot gropes homeward, guided by a stranger at his wing tip
  • , pp. 34-35 - PDF
    In San Francisco, fine paintings leave the museum and enter the classroom
  • , pp. 36-41 - PDF
    An exclusive inside story on where the Russians stand in atomic research
  • , pp. 42-45 - PDF
    Some words from New England poet Robert Frost, as recorded for posterity
  • , pp. 46-53 - PDF
    The biggest fish story since Jonah and the whale
  • , pp. 54-57 - PDF
    From down under comes an introduction to the site of the '56 games
  • , pp. 58-63 - PDF
    Lee was a nice girl---she just kept forgetting she was married
  • , pp. 64-75 - PDF
    An article in high praise of the lowly legume---complete with recipies
  • , pp. 76-89 - PDF
    By the author of such best sellers as SPQR and Excelsior!
  • , pp. 90-93 - PDF
    Television's latest sultry siren is a New York ex-deb named Tina Louise
  • , pp. 94-96 - PDF
  • May 11, 1956 Issue - 19 Articles
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    He had set a perfect trap. Not even this woman could escape it
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    A veteran reporter weighs the political future of "the three Estes Kaufauvers"
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    The first of two parts on our adolescents, dealing with the ages 10 through 12
  • , pp. 38-39 - PDF
    A commentator's warm story of a return to his boyhood haunts after 30 years
  • , pp. 40-49 - PDF
    Here's a day-to-day report on how Bilko and his bunch build their zany show
  • , pp. 50-55 - PDF
    A rollicking tale of a romance that was out of this world
  • , pp. 56-67 - PDF
    This penal colony has no armed guards, and inmates live with their families
  • , pp. 68-71 - PDF
    Rural color and blazing speed make southpay Wilmer Mizell a Card to watch
  • , pp. 72-83 - PDF
    An exciting new saga of the West by the author of Shane
  • , pp. 84-87 - PDF
    A new series: How much do you know about the chef's art? With recipe
  • , pp. 88-93 - PDF
    Tunnels in Greenland glaciers may help move our air bases nearer the pole
  • , pp. 94-95 - PDF
    Jim didn't know it, but his career was riding on tonight's game
  • , pp. 96-101 - PDF
    They do it on Puget Sound---to thwart rustlers on the "open range"
  • , pp. 102-104 - PDF
  • May 25, 1956 Issue - 19 Articles
  • , pp. 6-9 - PDF
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    We loved her for what she was, but for Leni that was not enough
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    An expert on child behavior surveys the crucial years (last of two parts)
  • , pp. 32-39 - PDF
    Saddle-wise cow hands still ride the range the old way on Texas' JA Ranch
  • , pp. 40-41 - PDF
    A selection of paintings by the great artist, marking his 350th birthday
  • , pp. 42-48 - PDF
    The famous Dodger outfielder takes a deeply felt look at his profession
  • , pp. 49-57 - PDF
    A high-school teacher tries to stop an unusual gang war---alone
  • , pp. 58-59 - PDF
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    The story of Bill Vukovich helps explain why men gamble their lives for speed
  • , pp. 72-79 - PDF
    What do you do with a smart assistant who's gunning for your job?
  • , pp. 80-81 - PDF
    That's the cost of slicing a modern road through the maze of three centuries
  • , pp. 82-88 - PDF
    Here's the President's top economic adviser---in a mood of high optimism
  • , pp. 89-101 - PDF
    We couldn't help Brent now: he'd taken the law into his own hands
  • , pp. 102-105 - PDF
    Hollywood sensation Rod Steiger is an intense, brash man who can cry on order
  • , pp. 106-108 - PDF
  • June 8, 1956 Issue - 19 Articles
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    Walter thought: I'm not loving a daughter, I'm gaining a fool
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    Cancer, heart trouble, mental illness, virus---all may soon be under control
  • , pp. 28-31 - PDF
    Want to try two weeks on a tropical isle? It's easier than you might think
  • , pp. 32-33 - PDF
    Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby cut up some capers in their forthcoming movie
  • , pp. 34-41 - PDF
    A distinguished clergyman offers a firsthand report on religion in the U.S.S.R.
  • , pp. 42-47 - PDF
    Georgia's Senate primary fight may foreshadow a new political trend
  • , pp. 48-59 - PDF
    Harry could keep either his job or his girl; he had to choose
  • , pp. 60-61 - PDF
    Brooklyn's ballplayers model the latest in men's summer fashions
  • , pp. 62-73 - PDF
    Dr. Coffee uses test tubes to solve a baffling mystery
  • , pp. 74-75 - PDF
    Pictures and text on El Salvador's spectacular exploding mountain, Izalco
  • , pp. 76-89 - PDF
    A tender and humorous new novel by the author of Hound-dog Man
  • , pp. 90-93 - PDF
    High-fashion trends set the latest pace in bathing-suit design
  • , pp. 94-101 - PDF
    The warm story of a U.S. officer and his greatest triumph
  • , pp. 102-104 - PDF
  • June 22, 1956 Issue - 17 Articles
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    Someday my old man's crazy "system" wouldn't work. That I had to see
  • , pp. 14-17 - PDF
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    A Southerner discusses the moderate's dilemma in the desegregation fight
  • , pp. 32-35 - PDF
    A big-money winner shows how to play some of golf's most bothersome shots
  • , pp. 36-43 - PDF
    Here's how future fliers may bail out at three times the speed of sound
  • , pp. 44-53 - PDF
    She lived each day in awful fear that her nightmare would come true
  • , pp. 54-55 - PDF
    The clothing world offers a solution to the commuter's hot-weather problems
  • , pp. 56-69 - PDF
    A trail of gossip leads Chafik to a rendezvous with a killer
  • , pp. 70-77 - PDF
    Outdoor eating is more fun with a special menu and practical equipment
  • , pp. 78-91 - PDF
    That ugly old dog had finally won me---and now I was about to lose him
  • , pp. 92-97 - PDF
    Some towns that keep schools open find it helps both teachers and children
  • , pp. 98-101 - PDF
    The Boston Arts Festival is a happy marriage of culture and commerce
  • , pp. 102-104 - PDF
  • July 6, 1956 Issue - 22 Articles
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    He was retired, and he wanted a job---one with a future
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    New research into the causes of heart disease may supply the answer
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    The President's grandson, a White House favorite, draws some historical scenes
  • , pp. 28-31 - PDF
    South Vietnam amazes experts who once wrote it off as lost to the free world
  • , pp. 32-39 - PDF
    The star of The King and I is the latest to be nominated as the new Valentino
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    Anything that wobbled, DeLucie tried to fix---chairs, marriages
  • , pp. 46-47 - PDF
    What's it like to reside in a ball park? Meet Matty Schwad, who does
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    Gore had to decide: Should he risk six lives to save a man he hated?
  • Family Living 
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    The sickness was everywhere: unless I could head it off, we were next
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    Going after catfish is no child's play when the fish weigh up to 130 pounds
  • , pp. 78-85 - PDF
    Second in The American Tradition series: heroism in the opening of the West
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  • July 20, 1956 Issue - 19 Articles
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    Grandfather had been swindled, I though. I should have known better
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    Key '52 voting groups are sampled again---before and after his operation
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    When the supercarrier has an alarm, four planes take off every 22 seconds
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    A mouth-watering discourse on the main product of Maine waters
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    Poirot was stunned: an innocent game had become cold-blooded murder
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    Rocky Graziano's biography goes Hollywood with a fine young Broadway actor
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    Jazz has come for good to this genteel resort: this is the third annual fete
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    Fun and games in the day coach as Dear George bags a "new" Brando
  • Family Living 
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    Vik had lost everything---except his wonderful capacity for love
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    The Yank manager and other experts analyze the slugger's explosive talents
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  • August 3, 1956 Issue - 19 Articles
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    This was Fall River's biggest moment since Lizzie Borden
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    An authority examines interservice rivalry and offers a solution
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    America's most famous architect discusses his philosophy. One of a series
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    The real story behind a near-legendary exploit of the Civil War
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    The film Bus Stop offers the new Marilyn---with all the old appeal, and more
    1. Bus Stop (1956 Film) by Joshua Logan
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    In ten years, soft ice cream has become a half-billion-a-year business
    1. Bus Stop (1956 Film) by Joshua Logan
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    Nancy's was the face that launched a Piper Cub
    1. Bus Stop (1956 Film) by Joshua Logan
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    The moving story of a soldier for whom the war had never ended
    1. Bus Stop (1956 Film) by Joshua Logan
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    1. Bus Stop (1956 Film) by Joshua Logan
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    1. Bus Stop (1956 Film) by Joshua Logan
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    12 pages on the tense trouble spot by Collier's great photographer-writer
    1. Bus Stop (1956 Film) by Joshua Logan
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    Lady Stubbs had disappeared. Was she the murderer---or Victim No. 2?
    1. Bus Stop (1956 Film) by Joshua Logan
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    1. Bus Stop (1956 Film) by Joshua Logan
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    A great star---and father---leaps to the defense of organized junior baseball
    1. Bus Stop (1956 Film) by Joshua Logan
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    1. Bus Stop (1956 Film) by Joshua Logan
  • August 17, 1956 Issue - 20 Articles
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    He had defied man and got away with it; now he was defying God
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    In a tight election, Northern Negroes could hold the balance of power
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    A picture story of the new star, sight-seeing in Manhattan while others sleep
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    A man-made lake in the Southwest symbolizeds America's newest craze: boating
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    20 questions and answers about one of mankind's most puzzling afflications
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    A warm and funny story of an extraordinarily happy marriage
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    This was the shortest golf match in history---and the weirdest
  • Family Living 
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    A new story in The American Tradition series: the stirring Battle of Cowpens
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    Poirot knew someone was shielding the killer. But who---and why?
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    A U.S. radio ham enables Greenland airmen to talk to their loved ones at home
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    Ex-President Herbert Hoover conducts a tour of the great library he founded
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  • August 31, 1956 Issue - 18 Articles
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    Pablum and pandas---what a fate for a soldier of fortune!
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    A hilarious new serial by the creator of Jeeves
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    The comedian offers a lesson in TV etiquette for political spellbinders
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    Here's the whole story of travel in the air, from the Jenny to the Jet
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    An eyewitness appraisal by the first U.S. journalist to ride a Red jet
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    When it slips into San Francisco, the city becomes an enchanted lange
  • Family Living 
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    The flower show was rigged from the start---thanks to Clint and Claudie
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    There are some tricks of easier living we can learn from the Europeans
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    Has science taken the first major step toward controlling heredity?
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    All the ex-champion had left was his dignity---and he meant to keep it
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    His own account of his rise to fame, and the friends and foes he's made
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    A mother's love started a school program the pupils themselves sustain
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    Cross-section report on that new political phenomenon-voting females
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    In this mad scramble for $1,000,000, nobody was above suspicion
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  • Family Living 
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    On a cold night, long years ago, the young man had a warming experience
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    They were sixteen and dearest friends---till the new man came to town
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    The original pigskin prophet tell you what's hot on the '56 gridirin
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    After wire tapping came murder---and Nero Wolfe was accused of both
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    Yul Brynner's candid camera cover's DeMille's latest, bigest epic
    1. The Ten Commandments (1956 Film) by Cecil B. DeMille
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    1. The Ten Commandments (1956 Film) by Cecil B. DeMille
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    He couldn't tell anyone what had happened: they wouldn't believe it
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    The untold story of horror and heroism abord the sinking Andrea Doria
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    Longhairs study the rash of long balls that broke out during 1956
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    This time of year vacations come cool, colorful, uncrowded---at low cost
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    How the voting public looks to an artist-turned-political candidate
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    Advice from an authority, plus a test for your P.Q. (Parent Quotient)
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    Can a Texas Ranger be too handy with his gun?
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    Spain's aging generalissimo seems to have hand-picked a royal heri
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    The inside story on a famous row---and the start of Sullivan's TV career
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    Some girls like to be dominated by masterful men, she told herself
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  • Family Living 
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    He was a fine hunting dog in every way but one: he wouldn't hunt
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    Precocious Portland Mason has blase Hollywood agape at her adult ways
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    He's a patient in a government hospital
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    This doesn't work unless you're an eight-year-old girl
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    A new look at the Democratic Presidential nominee
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    An exclusive picture report on one of Europe's hottest sports cars
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    A 19-year-old beauty soars through the air---with the help of a trampolin
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    The ex-UCLA star answers his critics with the inside story of his walkout
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    The career of RCA's top man spans our entire electronic era
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    Harry's scheme wasn't terribly subtle but it was his only chance
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    They said Burden had no mercy---but mercy was no part of his job
  • Family Living 
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    An American tourist goes spearfishing---and catches a clever murderer
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    The TV celebrity reflects on his happy family life---and his feud with Winchell
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    Some words of wisdom from the man who, at eighty, is Industrialist of the Year
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    This was the big day---and Pop Anders felt more alone than ever
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    Operating expenses are 30 per cent less for a properly designed home
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    After seven years, the star finally breaks her silence and tells her own story
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    The record of our political campaigns has been inscribed on our lapels
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    One who urged Ike to run in '52 tells at firsthand how history was reshaped
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    It was a remarkable journey home for Hiroshima's scarred Maidens
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    Burden knew this was the showdown: either he or Martin must die
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    A spine-chilling story by the author of The Body Snatchers
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    A great champion previews the Games after a close look at the world's best
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    Dear George was flabbergasted: this ex-star didn't want a comeback!
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    Rock 'n' roll fans have a new object for wild adoration on his way to the top
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    For 50 years a self-trained scientist has fed on things like fur and coal
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    Yes, this one's a ghost story---but with a difference
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    The great man has retired as Prime Minister, but from very little else
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    You may be able to top the pundits, using a pencil and this special chart
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    A clown-turned-ambassador works his healing humor on 40,000,000 kids
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    First report on a significant new study by a Duke University scientist
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    Shaw's new and impressive Irish "Joan" cuts a record performance
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    Now that pro quarterbacks are wired for sound, here's Partch's pigskin preview
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    He and his Plan had the answer to everything---except women
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    A lavish New York-bound train is terrorized by a killer
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    Latest in the American Tradition series: the story of the Oklahoma Land Rush
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    Some serious observations on the subject of humor by a great comedian
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    Uncle Leon didn't mean to do this good deed---it just happened
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    Victory is in the air as old defeatism abou the disease has been checked
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    The columnist's trail includes Broadway, tenements, fires, hospitals---and TV
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    Why Egypt's grab of the Canal need not force us out of the Midlde East
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    "Farm problem" or not, this family prefers life with the good earth
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    A pay-check revolution has swept the U.S. Who's making the money these days?
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    My father had done something unforgivable. I had to know why
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    What it's like to live at the very center of the segregation system
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    A strangely moving story of a long-ago love
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  • Family Living and Leisure 
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    In our job there was no room for personal feuds---and we had a lulu
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    Michigan star Ron Kramer sounds off for rock-'em-sock'em gridiron play
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    Same knew his old friend was out to trick him---he had to be wary
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    The editor of Debrett's Peerage, Britain's bible of nobility, decides who's who-ier
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    In the 15 yeasr since Pearl Harbor, here's what's happened to a few of our brave
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    This Hollywood star became big box office by proving a lady can have sex appeal
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    Communism's younger generation, hating its Red masters, led the way to revolt
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    The many ways bank and finance companies judge whether you should get that loan
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    A tale about a man who tried to beat both God and the Devil
  • Family Living and Leisure 
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    Where does justice stop and spite begin? Barrington had to decide
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    The most exciting gridiron feature of the year in ten action-packed color pages
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    An underworld kingpin swears revenge on a racket-busting lawyer
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    No minister ever received a stranger gift for his church
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    The untold story of 31 people during the tense last hours of a crippled airliner
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    That's what the auto industry has invested to put 7,000,000 dreams on the road
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    Larry Mack added something to subtraction and created a national phenomenon
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    Their love had two obstacles: her money and his pride
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    Tough-guy Marlon goes sentimental on location for his latest movie
    1. The Teahouse of the August Moon (1956 Film) by Daniel Mann
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    An exclusive backstage account of the weekend in Warsaw that changed history
    1. The Teahouse of the August Moon (1956 Film) by Daniel Mann
  • Family Living and Leisure 
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    1. The Teahouse of the August Moon (1956 Film) by Daniel Mann
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    A beloved writer's celebrated Christmas story
    1. The Teahouse of the August Moon (1956 Film) by Daniel Mann
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    1. The Teahouse of the August Moon (1956 Film) by Daniel Mann
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    Latest in the American Tradition series: the story of Valley Forge
    1. The Teahouse of the August Moon (1956 Film) by Daniel Mann
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    It's the U.S. Air Force's "Big Stick"---Boeing's giant jet bomber, the B-52
    1. The Teahouse of the August Moon (1956 Film) by Daniel Mann
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    A fast-moving new Western by the author of Silver Rock
    1. The Teahouse of the August Moon (1956 Film) by Daniel Mann
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    1. The Teahouse of the August Moon (1956 Film) by Daniel Mann
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    1. The Teahouse of the August Moon (1956 Film) by Daniel Mann
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    1. The Teahouse of the August Moon (1956 Film) by Daniel Mann