|Caption||Look Magazine with Aldolf Hitler on the cover|
|Scope & Content||
Look Magazine, September 1, 1959. Cover of Adolf Hitler depicting the 20th Anniversary of rise of the Nazi Party. "How Hitler Fooled The British And Attacked The Poles" is the first of a new Look Magazine series of the Untold Stories of World War II.
Adlai Stevenson was still the darling of the Democratic 'fat cats' with Kennedy and Symington as his closest rivals for the 1960 Democratic Presidential Nomination.
The summer of 1959 saw the successful hit series, Andy Williams Show, as a summer replacement of the Garry Moore time slot on CBS. This series propelled Andy to stardom in the years to come. Another article reveals the fascinating curious story behind Cary Grant in which he reveals that he "not only had been emotionally immature, painfully shy, egocentric and at fault for the failure of his three marriages, but also had been a masochist who as he states continued to put himself in a position to be hurt.
The magazine had many ads for various cigarette brands. Parker Pen was advertising a Super "21" Pen for five dollars including a free bottle of Super Quink Ink.
|Collection||Benicia Historical Museum Collection|
|Lexicon category||8: Communication Artifact|
|Lexicon sub-category||Documentary Artifact|