LOOK Magazine – September 23, 1941 – German Americans


– Full page color Lucky Strike cigarettes ad with F. H. Lewis.

Magazine Condition Choices :
Very Good


LOOK Magazine Cover : Charles W. Stark, Jr., Pilot, with parachute pack, standing in cockpit of Curtiss P-40 airplane.

– 44 ways to beat Hitler (short of shooting) by Edgar Ansel Mowrer.
– Full page color Quaker Oats cereal ad with Dr. A. H. Ryan and the Fatigue Bike.
– Lew Sherwood sends in photos of Eddy Duchin in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
– Full page movie poster ad for Unfinished Business with Irene Dunne.
– German photos show damage from R.A.F. bombing.
– U.S. Morale is terrible, includes great photo of D. B. McDougle dancing with Grace McDonald, Gason Kanin with Simone Simon, Company E, A. L. Riggan and Henry Weidner.
– Betsy Blair and her fiance Gene Kelly – nice photo feature.
– German Americans, # 1 in “Americans, Inc.” series, the Karl Tollkuehn family of Milwaukee, the Amish Mennonite family of Deacon Stoltzfus, the Amish-Mennonite Hart family of the Oley Valley in Pennsylvania, the Frank Zieserl family of Yorkville, New York.
– 22 color photos of burning Chungking after 30 minutes of bombing by Japanese.
– Photocrime, solve it yourself, Voice of the Sea.
– Orson Welles and Dolores del Rio go fishing.
– Boxer Lou Nova and his upcoming match with Joe Louis.
– Ray Arcel, boxing trainer for Lou Nova.
– Freelance photographer Henri Daniel gets a free week in Atlantic City by judicious use of photography, includes photos of Clarence Steinberg, Chief housekeeper of Britain Hotel, little Joanne Pred (Delaware Garage), Mr. Russell Horner, Angelo’s barber shop, Miss Jessie Wilcox, J. Connelly, Officer Charles Grace, Judge Albert N. Shahadi, Miss Elin Aasberg, neat piece.
– Movie review : The Little Foxes.
– Jo Ann Sayers, My Sister Eileen, models new early fall fashions.
– Sid Luckman shows how to kick and pass a football, great photo essay!
– College girl fashions, girls from all over, Bunny Calvelli, Marie Rousseau, Jane Schilling, Nancy Marshall, Eleanor Williams, Betty Coffey, Mary Needles, Nancy Hartung, Barbara Barringer, Lenora Tingle, Jean Lewis.