LOOK Magazine – August 25, 1942 – US Air Power


Magazine Condition Choices :
Very Good


LOOK Magazine Cover : Woman swimming, with sunshine reflecting off the moving water, Tanya Widrin.

– Full page color Studebaker Flying Fortress airplane ad with art by Frederic Fellander.
– Feature article on the eight California companies that build a large percent of US air power, Consolidated, Douglas, Lockheed, North American, Northrop, Ryan, Vega and Vultee aircraft.
– Jinx Falkenburg takes a canoe trip in a 90 mile chain of Adirondack lakes, starting from Old Forge, with her brother Tom (he looks like quite the dandy) and guide Bob Goodsell, nice article.
– Hitler’s plan to attack America.
– The ten Americans who run the war, all middle-aged to old white men, of course.
– Photocrime, solve it yourself, Death Posts a Letter.
– German women versus Hitler.
– Food will win the war, curious two page color artwork from Disney to illustrate the food issue.
– N for Nutrition, (3rd in LOOK Magazine’s Food series), Minna Wolk, Central School on Long Island.
– Teacher Vera Rushforth of Croton-Harmon High School, and A critical year for teachers (6th in series on American Women), includes photos of Margo Jackobs, Red McLellan, Mrs. Arthu Morton, Elizabeth Ray, Wendell Hogue, Jack Klein, and many others not named.
– Comedic actor Victor Moore.
– Submariner Fred Warder, 6th in LOOK Magazine’s series on American Heroes, Drawings by Fred Ludekens, U.S.S. Seawolf.
– Fashion, women in pants, with the funny quote pertaining to large rumps, “What’s needed for women’s slacks isn’t a designer, it’s a camouflage artist.”
– Horse racing has troubles caused by the war.
– Fashion, back to school, back to college clothes, sisters Anne and Sue.
– Actress Alexis Smith.
– Movie review of Tales of Manhattan with Charles Boyer, Rita Hayworth and others.