This Week Magazine 29 April 1956. What Makes The British Laugh. Child Health Day


This Week Magazine 29 April 1956. What Makes The British Laugh. Child Health Day

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This Week Magazine 29 April 1956. What Makes The British Laugh. Child Health Day:
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This Week Original Magazine Dated.. 29 April 1956 What Makes The British Laugh Child Health Day - Cover Jennifer Dorman 32 Pages (Size 14 x 11 inches 35 x 28 cm) This Week was a nationally syndicated Sunday Magazine supplement that was included in American newspapers between 1935 and 1969. In the early 1950s, it accompanied 37 Sunday newspapers. A decade later, at its peak in 1963, This Week was distributed with the Sunday editions of 42 newspapers for a total circulation of 14.6 million. McClelland Barclay cover for This Week (September 24, 1939)When it went out of business in 1969 it was the oldest syndicated newspaper supplement in the United States Magazine historian Phil Stephensen-Payne noted, "It grew from a circulation of four million in 1935 to nearly 12 million in 1957, far outstripping other fiction-carrying weeklies such as Collier's, Liberty and even The Saturday Evening Post (all of which eventually folded) William I. Nichols became editor of the magazine in June 1943, just before the death of Meloney the same month, and a year later the magazine started to turn a profit. In 1948, This Week surpassed the American Weekly as the top American newspaper supplement in terms of advertising revenue. Nichols turned the financial fortunes of This Week around by "shunning anything controversial": "I'm neither pious nor preachy, but my first principle is success and [decency] has paid off in success. You can bore a mass audience to death with acres of flesh. Why did Burlesque die?. By 1963, This Week reached its peak in circulation. Wonderful birthday gift with topical news from home and abroad including numerous photographs, stories, fashion and adverts.We have a collection of these stunning magazines, book reviews and newspapers from the 1920's 1930's 1940's 1950's 1960's 1970's for January, February, March, April, May, June, July August, September, October, November and December. Covering most dates in any given month.We also have an extensive archive of American and Canadian newspapers, magazines and book reviews covering most of the United States.Some of the titles include: New York Times, Post, Sun, Herald, Tribune, Journal of Commerce, Kansas City Star, Times, Christian Science Monitor, San Francisco Chronicle, LA Times, Washington Times, Star, Baltimore, WSJ and many more titles.Canada titles include - Montreal Daily Star, Gazette, Standard, La Patrie, Toronto Mail & Empire, Daily Star Please don't hesitate to contact us through messaging with any specific dates or inquiries, we would be delighted to search for you.PROFESSIONAL, HIGH QUALITY PACKING, AS WE STRIVE TO DELIVER YOUR ITEM IN THE BEST POSSIBLE CONDITION.

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