The American Legion Magazine [Volume 64, No. 1 (January 1958)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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Table of Contents
- Cover by Richard Beattie
- A Calendar for Legionnaries
- Dog of the Argonne: A True Story About a Collie and Some Doughboys by John W. Alexander
- Business Takes to the Air: Some Little Known Facts About Aviation by Max Hampton
- I'll Take Teaching: Maybe We've Been Hearing Too Much About the Negative Aspects by Thomas P. Ramirez
- Space Platforms Today: We Have them on Guard, Right Now by James N. Sites
- It's Your Deal: How a Certain Type of Car Dealer Operates by David R. Lindsay
- The Man Who Designed Our Flag: Betsy Ross Didn't Do the Entire Job by Francis E. Dorn, M.C.
- How to Be a Quiz Whiz: Anyone Can Have a Better Memory by George H. Waltz, Jr.
- You Can Beat the Phoney Phonemen: An Article of Special Interest to Legionnaires by Ralph Lee Smith
- News of the American Legion
- Sound Off!
- Rod and Gun Club
- Pro and Con
- Editor's Corner
- Products Parade
- Personal Affairs
- About Books
- Parting Shots
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