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January 1940
Saturday Evening Post;1/6/1940, Vol. 212 Issue 28, p6
The article covers issues related to the periodical "The Saturday Evening Post" as of January 6, 1940. Author Jack Alexander wrote the article "Border Without Bayonets." A physician from Boston, Massachusetts with a patient whose skin was irritated by handling red advertisements asked if the red ink used by the periodical contained a dye called paranitraniline. One of the editors of the periodical has became a father for the second time.


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