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[Slavics; Slavonic immigrants]

The Slavonic Monthly, "Voice of the Slav Americans," a national magazine serving as a link between America and the Slav nations, January 1946 [with] All-Slavic reunion family outing, Sunday, June 16, 1946, Napredak Park, Santa Clara Valley [leaflet; two items together]

Slav Publications, Inc. / All-Slavic Council of Northern California, New York. 1946, Respectively 30p., b&w portrait photography with double-column texts, staplebound 10.5x7.5 inch slick magazine format printed on semi-coated paperstock; and a single leaf of 11.2x8 inch newsprint, punchholed for binder, details plans for barbecue and events with a simple line map for directions. The magazine is toned and mildly foxed, the leaflet is toned, dark round the margins, and top margin is edgeworn with small tears. The two pieces as of related interest. Magazine text carries a report from the world students' congress in Prague, a 2-page excerpt of speech by Tito, bathing beauty photos (one young woman wearing a hula skirt in Detroit), and a back-cover movie ad for "Dakota," starring Vera Hruba Ralston (along with John Wayne)

Cat.No: 172254

Price: $15.00

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