New York: Time-Fortune Corporation, 1935. Magazine. Softcover item: 184p., the usual lavish color and b&w photogravure production; 13x10.5 inch wraps with cover illustration credit to Ernest Hamlin Baker. Cover is edgeworn and abraded with a 3-inch ragged (but closed) tear to head, and a 2-inch split in the tail with adjacent loss of spine card leaving signatures exposed. Contents are very good throughout, wraps fragile. Find a long article waving the Union Jack, another on Columbia Broadcasting, the Normandie luxury liner, Bryn Mawr, and diamonds (second in a series). Most important historically is the article on woolen manufacture illustrated with eight b&w photos and four in color by Margaret Bourke-White; two of the color and one of the b&w are fullpage.