The American Legion Monthly [Volume 16, No. 6 (June 1934)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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Table of Contents
- Cover Design: Miami, the Magic City by William Heaslip
- The Last Girl of a Lost Cause by Hannah Shields O'Bannon
- To the Ages by General John J. Pershing
- The Fires We Needn't Have by T. Alfred Fleming, Drawings by William Heaslip
- A Giant in the Making: Some of the thrills of the St. Louis meeting a month after the Paris assembly and a few of the pitfalls it avoided are recalled in this article by one who was there by John Black
- Bets, Bookies and Budgets by Samuel Taylor Moore
- Shaving the World for Democracy by Bruce G. Pope, Cartoons by A.B. Butler, Jr.
- Bigger and Better by Arthur Van Vlissingen, Jr.
- The Thirty-Gallon Can by Wallgren
- Bursts and Duds Conducted by Dan Sowers, Cartoons by Lowell L. Balcom
- Good Soldier by H.P. Hinchcliffe
- Customers Choice by John R. Kilpatrick
- The Post with the $250,000 Clubhouse by Philip Von Blon
- When the Navy Tested Its Wings by John J. Noll
- Out of Hiding, Out of Hoarding by Thomas J. Malone
- The Voice of the Legion: Misrepresentation of Veterans, Cost of Government Projects, Proposed Sabotage of Our Defense Draw Comment of Editors
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