December 1939
Saturday Evening Post;12/2/1939, Vol. 212 Issue 23, p84
Focuses on the career of author George Dunscomb. Decision to contribute articles for "The Saturday Evening Post"; Involvement of his family in the newspaper business; Career background in advertising.


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