The American Legion Monthly [Volume 1, No. 3 (September 1926)]
|dc.contributor.author||American Legion. National Headquarters||en_US|
|dc.description.tableofcontents||Cover Design by Pruett Carter -- The Message Center by the Editor -- The Why of Trade Unionism by William Green. Decoration by G. Patrick Nelson -- The Handshaker: part one by Peter B. Kyne. Illustrations by Wallace Morgan -- Winged Pioneers by Orville Wright and Others --The Gentleman and the Scoundrel by Marquis James. Illustrations by William Heaslip -- Hang Your Clothes on a Hickory Limb by Charlotte Boyle Clune -- It-s Not My Song Any More by Zo Elliott -- Sidelines of Duty: part two by Hugh Wiley. Illustrations by Kenneth Camp -- Jimmy Gets a Chance by Clara Ingram Judson -- Editorial with cartoon by C. LeRoy Baldridge -- Extra! Hollywood Declares War! by Robert E. Sherwood -- The Radio Industry by David Sarnoff. Decoration by Walter Jardine -- The Sky's the Limit by Joe D. Thomison -- A Personal View by Frederick Palmer -- In Time of Need by Alexander Gardiner -- Dangerous Ways: part three by Arthur Somers Roche. Illustrations by Grattan Condon -- The Gentleman of Leisure [comic] by Wallgren -- Bursts and Duds with cartoon by Edward Butler -- Keeping Step by Right Guide -- Then and Now by the Company Clerk||en_US|
|dc.title||The American Legion Monthly [Volume 1, No. 3 (September 1926)]||en_US|
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