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1 The American Legion Magazine, Feb. 1948; April, 1948Alexander Gardiner (editor)
Good, The American Legion, 1948, 

The American Legion/Alexander Gardiner (editor). The American Legion Magazine, February, 1948; April, 1948. Chicago: American Legion, Feb. 1948; April, 1948. two American Legion Magazines, covers clean on both, April magazine has a damaged 3" section that extends into first 4 pages (torn pages still intact), light edge wear, chipping and rubbing on both magazines, previous owner's postal name and address sticker on each, main articles on Feb. magazine entitled: how I Built My Own Home and Will heart Disease Get You?, other articles include The Undeclared War on Greece; Oscar and the Flier Fellers; All at Sea With Bass Tackle; Do The Movies Sell America Short?, several others; April magazine has main articles: Can You Doctor Yourself? by J. B. Rice and Baseball's New Discovery by John Strohmeyer, other articles include: Are U.S. Weapons Inferior?; The Coward (fiction) by Morgan Lewis; Common Sense in Handling Firearms; A Positive Approach to Veterans Housing, several others, both magazines have numerous nostalgic advertisements, pages on both clean, no writing or marks, light age tanning, approximately 8 1/2 x 10 1/2. Good. Paperback.

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