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Agatha Christie.... Gone with the Wind...

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September 03, 1939

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE THIS WEEK MAGAZINE, September 3, 1939 (This Week Magazine section only)

* 1st in Agatha Christie Short Story Mystery Series
* How it Feels to be Scarlett O'Hara by Vivien Leigh

The front page has artwork by McClelland Barclay, known for his work on Navy recruitment posters and in The Saturday Evening Post, Ladies' Home Journal, and Cosmopolitan.
Page 3 starts an article, which continues on page 10, by Vivien Leigh: "HOW IT FEELS TO BE Scarlett O'Hara".  Pages 3-4 and 11 have an Agatha Christie Short Mystery Story which was the 1st in a series called "THE LABOURS OF HERCULES".  Additionally, James Hilton, English novelist and screenplay writer, has an article on pg. 2: "WHAT AMERICA MEANS TO ME".  This issue is packed with articles and culture of the day.
Complete in 16 pages. As with most issues from this era it needs to be handled carefully. Nice condition for the era.

Category: The 20th Century