The American Legion Magazine [Volume 27, No. 3 (September 1939)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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Table of Contents
- Cover Design By Jes W. Schlaikjer, A.N.A.
- Editorial: The Legion in Convention
- A Comeback By F.T. Woodings, Drawing By William Heaslip
- A Fool for Luck By Hugh Wiley, Illustrations By Harvey Dunn, A.N.A.
- Things You'll Remember By Wallgren
- In Service for America By Stephen F. Chadwick, National Commander
- The Four Professors of Verdun By Joseph A. Brady, Illustrations By Wallace Morgan
- Safeguard of Our Liberties By Andrew C. McLaughlin, Drawing By William MacLean
- A Tie That Binds By Frederick Palmer, Illustrations By Herbert M. Stoops
- Ready to Go, Chicago By Boyd B. Stutler
- The Swing's the Thing By W.F. Fox, Jr.
- Dollarpower By Richard Seelye Jones
- A Job for Your Post By Jack Crowley
- For the Duration
- Over the River By John J. Noll
- Bursts and Duds Conducted By Dan Sowers
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