Screen Guild Magazine

Hollywood: Screen Actors Guild, 1937. 43p, 9x12 inches, wraps, photo-illus. cover, very mild wear and discoloration to cover else very good condition.

Screen Guild Magazine was the official publication of the Screen Actors Guild. This issue features Guild officers Boris Karloff and Chester Morris riding in the Los Angeles Labor Day Parade, a list of "fair studios" that had signed the 1937 SAG agreement, and an article on Tom Mooney's case. Ads for everything from milk and 7-Up to mink coats and high-class dog food.

Cat.No: 184442

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