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Magazine Art: Art, Film, Book, Movie, and Magazine Ads

Art prints have been around as long as printing has been around. Film, movies, cinema, as an art that moves, only a short time, but fully the memory of living humans. Books and magazines have been the subject of ads as long as the memory of humankind. Or so it would seem. Not only did magazines run ads for themselves and for other titles from the same publisher, they often ran ads for totally unconnected magazine titles. Sometimes they sold the space to the other publisher, and sometimes they simply exchanged space for ads in the other publisher's magazines. In addition, some magazine distributors and resellers ran combination ads in which one might subscribe to any number of magazines at a discounted price. Often they advertised art prints of their previously issued covers, and a number of companies built a business on providing art prints of all types.

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Ad for ROMANCE magazine. Published in the December, 1919 issue of issue of EVERYBODY'S MAGAZINE.. Artist: Source: University of California Libraries Restoration by: magscanner
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Ad for THEATRE MAGAZINE, showing photos of Frances Starr in the dual role of Becky and Dorothy, and the waltz on the stairs from "The Count of Luxembourg." Published in a 1912 issue of LIFE, the Humor Magazine. Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: Mariangela Buch
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Ad for RADIO NEWS from the PROCEEDINGS OF THE I.R.E., June 1920. Trying for respectability, but with the word "Amateur" still in the title -- shortly to be removed. Claimed 40,000 copies every issue; that was a lot for an enthusiast magazine before the dawn of our bubble enthusiasm for Radio in the 1920's. Source: Magazine collector Steve Davis Restoration by: magscanner
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Unusual ad in which Gernsback crows that his radio mag has exceeded the number of advertising pages in any of the major mass-market magazines. Radio was on a roll, and you, the ad buyer, should be aware that RADIO NEWS was the best place to find customers. Or, at least, other ads. Published in the October, 1922 issue of RADIO NEWS. Source: Magazine collector Steve Davis Restoration by: magscanner
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Ad for ROMANCE magazine. Published in the May, 1920 issue of issue of EVERYBODY'S MAGAZINE.. Artist: Source: University of California Libraries Restoration by: magscanner
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Ad for three of Hugo Gernsback's magazines, published in the March, 1922 issue of RADIO NEWS.
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Dr. Eliot's five-foot shelf of books. The beginnings of literacy at the beginning of the twentieth century. This ad was published in the February, 1925 issue of THE AMERICAN MERCURY. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
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Ad listing new books from Lippincot, leading off with two books of French interest. This ad was published in the November, 1926 issue of THE AMERICAN MERCURY. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
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Ad for AINSLEE'S, published in the September, 1904 issue of the FOUR-TRACK NEWS. Artist: Source: University of California Libraries Restoration by: magscanner
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Ad for ADVENTURE, published in the May, 1920 issue of EVERYBODY'S MAGAZINE. Artist: Source: University of California Libraries Restoration by: magscanner
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Here's an easy way to pay for your summer vacation: sell subscriptions to GOOD HOUSEKEEPING. As advertised in the magazine itself. Hmm, 1931 was a bad year for every business. Mrs. Dan Morris of Oklahoma has found profit, renewed health, a vivid interest in others, romance, and adventure. Wonder if Mr. Dan knows about the romance and adventure. Published in the June, 1931 issue of GOOD HOUSEKEEPING. Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: Mariangela Buch
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Published in the December, 1893 issue of NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
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Published in the November, 1893 issue of NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
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Ad for ROMANCE magazine. Published in the January, 1920 issue of issue of EVERYBODY'S MAGAZINE.. Artist: Source: University of California Libraries Restoration by: magscanner
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Girl holds up a black cat, to illustrate the fiction magazine. Stories of Adventure! Mystery! Detectives! Love! Pathos! Humor! One of the first of its kind. Published in the August, 1896 issue of the LADIES' HOME JOURNAL. Artist: Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: Mariangela Buch
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Ad for FARM, FIELD AND STOCKMAN, from the October 29, 1891 issue of THE INDEPENDENT. Those bears don't seem particularly concerned about the hunter aiming his gun at them; maybe they know something. For ten cents, you get numerous special promo items, including ten weeks on trail. Surely that should be ten weeks on trial?
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Ad for the first issue of AMAZING STORIES; published in another Gernsback magazine, the April, 1926 issue of RADIO NEWS.
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Ad for a set of five prints of scenes from the Old West, size 11"x20" in full color. Shown: pack train on a mountain trail. Others: "Attack on an Emigrant Train," "Westward Ho!" "A Fight for the Overland Mail," and "The Father of Waters" [Mississippi River, we presume]. Published in the August, 1912 issue of COSMOPOLITAN. Artist: various Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: magscanner
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Ad for RADIO NEWS, as published in the 1926 compilation "500 Radio Wrinkles" from RADIO NEWS.
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By 1922 radio was changing from an avocation of experimenters and techno-geeks to something everyone wanted to have in their homes. The availability of commercially made complete radio receiving sets (or systems) made the changeover possible. Here RCA does its part to make radio something everyone wants. Compare the cover shown here with the back cover of the Sears radio catalog from about this time. This book, Radio Enters the Home, has been reprinted for collectors.
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Booklet by Kenneth Harkness, published by The Radio Guild, Inc. of New York City. Receive broadcasts on a loop with this design as shown. Published in the October, 1922 issue of RADIO NEWS. Source: Magazine collector Steve Davis Restoration by: magscanner
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Ad for a book of plans for Craftsman Bungalows by Jud Yoho. These were a common design for the early years of the twentieth century. Published in the December, 1911 issue of GOOD HOUSEKEEPING.
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What happened when a white man and a native girl met far from civilization. Actually, this is an ad for the new 26-volume set of the works of Joseph Conrad, illustrated by a still from an MGM movie apparently based on "An Outcast of the Islands." This ad was published in the August, 1927 issue of THE AMERICAN MERCURY. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
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Magazine Art: Art, Film, Book, Movie, and Magazine Ads
- B. Cory Kilvert
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Special issue of EVERYBODY'S MAGAZINE for Women and Women's Issues, namely the Big Woman-Number, aka "The Ladies, God Bless 'Em." In the July issue, with Kilvert cover showing girls setting off skyrocket labeled "Votes for Women" -- with "The World-Wave of Votes for Women," by William Hard, "The Master of Women," by Lincoln Steffens, and Henry Kitchell Webster's "The Real Adventure." Published in the August, 1915 issue of DELINEATOR. Artist: B....
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Ten volumes of stories featuring women, now at a reduced price on ordinary paper. Her story in all ages and all lands on a scale never before attempted. This ad was published in the October, 1925 issue of THE AMERICAN MERCURY. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
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Touring life, down by the Rio Grande. Innovative, now forgotten, lifestyle magazine from Hugo Gernsback. Woman eating something just cooked over their camp stove. Published in the March, 1925 issue of RADIO NEWS. Source: Magazine collector Steve Davis Restoration by: magscanner
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Current books, four of them fiction, in the publication list of B & L, Good Books. This ad was published in the October, 1925 issue of THE AMERICAN MERCURY. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
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Ad for Dreer's Garden Book, by Henry A. Dreer, from the May, 1911 issue of COSMOPOLITAN.
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"The Complete Works of Anatole France," and other books published by Dodd, Mead. This ad was published in the December, 1924 issue of THE AMERICAN MERCURY. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
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Published in the April, 1883 issue of NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
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Published in the February, 1894 issue of NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
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Published in the July, 1894 issue of NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
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Published in the December, 1893 issue of NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
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Ad for a new book of the collected writings etc. of H. L. Mencken, editor of THE AMERICAN MERCURY. The book was published in 1925 by Alfred A. Knopf, which also published the magazine. This ad was published in the October, 1925 issue of THE AMERICAN MERCURY. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
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Few people today remember Archie Butt. He went down on the Titanic, and he was personal aide to Presidents Taft and Theodore Roosevelt. Here the publisher has decided the best way to sell the book is to sell TR, and your private access to intimate stories of him. This ad was published in the November, 1924 issue of THE AMERICAN MERCURY. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
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Ad for ROMANCE magazine. Published in the April, 1920 issue of issue of EVERYBODY'S MAGAZINE.. Artist: Source: University of California Libraries Restoration by: magscanner
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Political and cultural journal THE NATION, founded in 1865, still exists! This ad was published in the October, 1925 issue of THE AMERICAN MERCURY. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
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Published in the April, 1890 issue of NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
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Introductory ad for the Book of the Month Club, a distribution invention that revolutionized popular literature in the US. This ad was published in the July, 1926 issue of THE AMERICAN MERCURY. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
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Published in the February, 1893 issue of NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
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At last, pictures that talk like living people! Vitaphone, from Warner Brothers. Smiling audience is electrified. Moving pictures moving on to new heights. Published in the January, 1929 issue of PHOTOPLAY. Source: Charles Perrien Restoration by: Charles Perrien
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Published in the April, 1895 issue of NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
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Ad for the special Christmas 1904 issue of BURR-MCINTOSH MONTHLY, published in the November, 1904 issue of FOUR-TRACK NEWS. This gives you some idea of what the magazine thought its audience was. Source: University of California Libraries; scan by magscanner Restoration by: magscanner
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Ad for ADVENTURE, published in the June, 1920 issue of EVERYBODY'S MAGAZINE. Artist: Source: University of California Libraries Restoration by: magscanner
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Ad for AMERICAN BOY, from the January, 1925 issue of POPULAR RADIO. Here's your picture, and here's your explanatory text. Source: Magazine collector Steve Davis Restoration by: magscanner
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Photographs of the 1893 Chicago World's Fair, both large and small. Published in the January, 1894 issue of NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
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Ad for VANITY FAIR magazine, from the November, 1896 issue of COSMOPOLITAN. Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: magscanner
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Ad for a new biography of Brigham Young, by M. R. Werner, published by Harvourt, Brace and Co. This ad was published in the August, 1925 issue of THE AMERICAN MERCURY. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
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Ad for MOTOR BOATING magazine, as published in the October, 1911 issue of COSMOPOLITAN.
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Why children don't obey. New methods have replaced scolding and whipping! Train without breaking the child's will, without creating fear, resentment or revenge in the child's heart, as whipping does. Highest endorsements! Banish the image of the angry boy striking matches and setting your house on fire. Published in the January, 1923 issue of NEEDLECRAFT. Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: Mariangela Buch
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Ad for Modes magazine, with pattern included, from the November, 1896 issue of COSMOPOLITAN. Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: magscanner
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Magazine Art: Art, Film, Book, Movie, and Magazine Ads
- Helen Dryden
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Woman carefully tying her hat on. looking at herself in a mirror, for the "Millinery Number." Published in an early 1920's issue of LIFE, the Humor Magazine. Artist: Helen Dryden Source: eBay sellers Restoration by: Mariangela Buch
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Ad for ROMANCE magazine. Published in the February, 1920 issue of issue of EVERYBODY'S MAGAZINE.. Artist: Source: University of California Libraries Restoration by: magscanner
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Published in the December, 1920 issue of THE BOOKMAN. Small pictures of Cecil B. DeMille and Thomas H. Ince. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
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Ad for ROMANCE magazine. Published in the July, 1920 issue of issue of EVERYBODY'S MAGAZINE.. Artist: Source: University of California Libraries Restoration by: magscanner
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Ad for AINSLEE'S, published in the April, 1906 issue of the U.S. edition of PEARSON'S . Artist: Source: Library of Congress; photo by magscanner Restoration by: magscanner
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House ad for POPULAR RADIO, from the January, 1925. Get your friends, and their friends, to subscribe, and you'll collect CREDITS that can be exchanged for all the parts you need to build a radio such as the Cockaday designs. At 2000 to 3000 CREDITS per radio, this works out to about 40 to 60 one-year subscriptions. You'd better have a lot of friends interested in radio. By the way, this ad sets the record for the most text of any ad page on the magazineart.org website. Source: Magazine...
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Subscription program ad for POPULAR RADIO, as published in their November, 1922 issue.
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Ad for the newly title-changed SCIENCE AND INVENTION, as published in the industry trade magazine PRINTER'S INK, August 12, 1920. Note the statement about the adoption of rotogravure for all forthcoming issues.
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The Off the Street Club still exists, and ninety years ago they funded some of their work with this booklet by Edwin Balmer. From the March, 1917 issue of MODERN PRISCILLA. Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: magscanner
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Ad for a book by M. B. Sleeper, well-known radio magazine writer and editor, which ran in the August, 1922 issue of RADIO NEWS.
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Kathleen Norris's new book "Little Ships" gets a full page, name above the title. Four other books bask in her reflected glory. This ad was published in the September, 1925 issue of THE AMERICAN MERCURY. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
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Seems to be a new collection of the apocryphal books of the Bible, with a new title that made you think it was going to have a lot of sex in it. Nope, just the usual Biblical stories. This ad was published in the August, 1927 issue of THE AMERICAN MERCURY. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
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One of the grand old mass-circulation monthlies, HARPER'S was still going great guns. This ad was published in the December, 1924 issue of THE AMERICAN MERCURY. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
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Eight volumes of stories, and perhaps articles, by Dumas (et factory), not available in other collections (it says). This ad was published in the December, 1924 issue of THE AMERICAN MERCURY. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
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Ad for COUNTRY GENTLEMAN, run in the November 12, 1921 issue of its sister publication, the SATURDAY EVENING POST.
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Published in the November, 1890 issue of NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
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Published in the December, 1893 issue of NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
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Colorful ad for low-cost editions of Oz books, some of them as written and some of them abridged for young children. (Bet they took the political commentary out.) Published in the November, 1939 issue of powerangers Restoration by: magscanner
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The edition with the Peter Newell illustrations was first issued by Harper & Brothers in 1901. Ad from an early 1900's (say 1901) issue of HARPER'S MONTHLY. Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: Mariangela Buch
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$5000.00 for Perpetual Motion, a bet they knew they couldn't lose. Ad has pictures of three machines that did not work, and a cover image of the magazine with article on the subject. Published in the April, 1925 issue of RADIO NEWS. Source: Magazine collector Steve Davis Restoration by: magscanner
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Two new books featured, and some others mentioned, in this listing ad for Brentano's, at that time a trade publisher. "The Flower Beneath the Foot," by Ronald Firbank, who had earlier written a book whose title we can't print here, and "Shackled," by Achmed Abdullah. This ad was published in the December, 1924 issue of THE AMERICAN MERCURY. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
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Upton Sinclair would like to understand why he writes his books. And he would like you to buy his new book, "Mammonart." Or buy any of his other books, all of them available from Sinclair, himself. In fact, he pioneered a form of self-publishing in which a trade publisher put his books out for the general market, and he put out his own edition of the same book, often at a lower price. Smart. Some day the website UptonSinclair.org will have some content. This ad was published in the...
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Color picture of Marion Davies, in "The Floradora Girl," which is a black and white picture "embellished with Technicolor scenes." Other pictures noted in the upper sidebar: "Follow Thru," with Charles "Buddy" Rogers and Nancy Carroll (Paramount); "Sweet Kitty Bellairs," with Claudia Dell and Perry Askam (Warner Bros.); "Toast of the Legion," with Bernice Claire and Walter Pidgeon (First National); "Viennese Nights," all-star...
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Ad for PRACTICAL ELECTRICS magazine, published in the August, 1922 issue of RADIO NEWS, another magazine from Hugo Gernsback's publishing company.
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