Boston Evening American (Tuesday, June 20, 1939 SUNSET EDITION) Newspaper (Cover Headline: SOCIETY GIRL SHOOTS SELF)

N. E. Newspaper Publishing Company

Edité par N. E. Newspaper Publishing Company, Boston, MA, 1939
Etat : Good Couverture souple
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Overview and condition: complete issue comprising 32 pages, previously disbound from bound volume with four narrow punches to left blank margin; pages tanned, fragile and quite brittle, particularly along right fore-edges which show periodic tiny chips and short closed edge tears; corner-chipped; gentle pagination will still result in further edge chips and short closed edge tears. Published daily except Sunday, with headlines, lead stories and news items focused on murder, assorted criminal activity, and scandal, the issue also contains general news, columns (including Louella O. Parsons "Hollywood Today"), motion picture news and reviews, cartoon strips (including The Phantom, Popeye, Skippy, Secret Agent X-9); serials, sports, vintage advertisements, all well-illustrated with photographs. Highlights include: [with repeat of most news stories from earlier editions]; cover story Cambridge Society Girl Kills Self in N.H. (Miss Ermesta Greene); CONVICT NAMED MATTSON KILLER (Ray Olson the kidnap-slayer of 10-year-old Charles Mattson); Squalus' Last Dive Had Been About Her Best, [Lieutenant Oliver F.] Naquin Says; Last Red Hot Mama, Stars Flee Actors Union Harmony Riot ("A 'harmony' meeting of the American Federation of Actors called by President Sophie Tucker broke up in disorder early today with the 'Last of the Red-Hot Mamas' and a group of Broadway stars hurrying from the scene"); TALLULAH [Bankhead] IN 'HUG, KISS LOBBY' FOR FEDERAL THEATER; Flay High Officials for Delay In 'Doll Girl' Slaying Probe (14-year-old Joan Stevens); 12 Open Questions In Slaying of Girl (14-year-old Joan Stevens); HAMMER KILLER'S FLIGHT BOWS KIN (on Velma West, "husband hammer-slayer of the flapper era"); BUCKNER PARTIES IN HOTELS BARED (William P. Buckner, Jr.); [Attorney General Frank] MURPHY AIMS TO RID U.S. OF SPIES IN YEAR: Finds Nation Lax In Espionage Drive; BRITISH TROOPS CRASH JAP WIRE BLOCKADE WITH FOOD; Lay Murder, Suicide to Job Worry ("A fit of depression, brought about by money worries, caused John Sweeney, 30-year-old South Boston husband, to choke his baby son to death and then commit suicide, police believed today"); 17 ALERT TIPSTERS WIN CASH; DREAM MILE FILMS PROVE RACE ROUGH: Rideout Bump Accident, But Cost Briton Chance (on Sydney Wooderson of England bumped by Blaine Rideout of Texas); Yankee Castoffs Fail to Help Browns. N° de réf. du libraire 010062

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Titre : Boston Evening American (Tuesday, June 20, ...

Éditeur : N. E. Newspaper Publishing Company, Boston, MA

Date d'édition : 1939

Reliure : Newspaper

Etat du livre :Good

Edition : 1st Edition

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