"THE GOLDEN AGE": A Journal of Fact Hope and Courage. Vol. XVIII, No. 469, September 8, 1937. Jehovah's Witnesses.

"THE GOLDEN AGE": A Journal of Fact Hope and Courage. Vol. XVIII, No. 469, September 8, 1937.

Brooklyn, New York: Golden Age Publ Co, 1937. First Edition. Softcover. (32)pp; 3 political cartoons in the text. Printed on pulp stock; slight wear to lower part of spine. 8" x 11". Contents of this issue include: Less Demand for Human Labor; Unsavory Odors from Chicago; New Hosiery Mills in the South; Let Mexico Alone; Fascism in the Western World; Kelly Thinks Franco Will Win; Destroying American Liberty; Aluminum Not Fit for My Dog; Beware of Benzedrine Pep Pills; Mormon Doctrine and Covenants; &c.; &c. Very Good. Item #041391

"Golden Age," published by the Jehovah's Witnesses (1919-1937), was a precursor of "Awake," with a slightly different focus than "The Watch Tower." It ceased publication in September, 1937. [OCLC locates three holdings, including the Harry Houdini Collection in the Library of Congress.].

Price: $75.00

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