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                January 1946 Issue = 39 Articles
                1. Last Warning to the World by Tris Coffin, pp. 4-8
                2. Truman & Ross: America's No. 1 Team by Scott Hart, pp. 9-12
                3. Is There a New Home in Your Future? by Phil Kelly, pp. 13-16
                4. The Good Samaritan by R. Henry Mainer, pp. 17-20
                5. You'll Be Wearning Chicken Feathers Soon by Robert N. Farr, pp. 21-22
                6. How to Make Up Your Mind by Donald A. Laird, pp. 23-26
                7. New Year's Eve on the Roof of the World by Willis Magee, pp. 40-41
                8. The Long Journey Home by Theodore Norman, pp. 42-43
                9. Conant of Harvard by Lester Velie, pp. 44-52
                10. Everything Flies in Alaska by Murray Morgan, pp. 53-55
                11. Hidden Hunger: Europe's New Enemy by Henry Pringle, pp. 56-59
                12. Irish Ambassador to Chinatown by Dean Jennings, pp. 62-64
                13. Angels on Broadway by Wolfe Kaufman, pp. 65-68
                14. Gold Anniversary by Judith Niles, pp. 84-85
                15. Saga on Gallant Lady by Carol Hughes, pp. 94-98
                16. The Bird on the Flying Trapeze by S.J. Howard, pp. 99-102
                17. What Everyone Should Know About Salt by Edward Stevens, pp. 103-104
                18. The Eyes of America's Busiest Airport by Robert Gold, pp. 105-108
                19. Assassins in the Plant World by Archibald Rutledge, p. 109
                20. The Ecstasy of Flight by Wendy Stone, pp. 110-112
                21. First Lady of a Free World by Polly White Houser, pp. 113-114
                22. Show Business in the Sticks by Laura Berquist, pp. 121-123
                23. Shorthand for the Millions by Frances Velie, pp. 124-127
                24. Pfc. La Houd: Symbol of America by Howard Fast, pp. 128-131
                25. Fury on the Great Lakes by Maxwell C. Wheat, pp. 132-134
                26. A Small Boy's "Rosary" by Virginia Mason, p. 139
                27. Music as Medicine by Margaret Winslow Fowler, pp. 140-143
                28. The President's Mother by Mary Clarke, pp. 144-145
                29. The 1946 Coronet Calendar and Almanac, pp. 27-39
                30. Grin and Share It by Irving Hoffman, pp. 60-61
                31. Homecoming, pp. 69-83
                32. Game Book, pp. 86-91
                33. Our Human Comedy, pp. 92-93
                34. The Story of the Barefoot Mailmen, pp. 115-120
                35. Our of This World, pp. 135-138
                36. [+]
                  Danger Is My Business by John D. Craig, pp. 146-161 - 1 Review
                  1. Danger Is My Business by John D. Craig
                37. Between These Covers, p. 162
                38. The Coronet Story Teller, pp. 163-164
                39. Dorothy Malone: Cover Girl
              2. [+]
                February 1946 Issue = 40 Articles
                1. Be a Perfect Speller in 30 Minutes by Norman Lewis, pp. 4-7
                2. Science Tames a Jungle Killer by J.D. Ratcliff, pp. 8-11
                3. The First Yank Suicide Squad by Lt. Frederic A. Birmingham, pp. 14-18
                4. Friendship Was His Career by Phebe Lewis Hubbard, pp. 19-22
                5. Democracy Is Your Job by John F. Wharton, pp. 23-25
                6. My Boy Bill by David Louis, pp. 26-28
                7. Ernest Lawrence: Atom Smasher by Norman Carlisle, pp. 29-34
                8. Don't Wear a Firetrap by Paul W. Kearney, pp. 35-37
                9. The World Was Their Back Yard by J.M. Stenbuck, pp. 38-41
                10. A 7-Day Plan for Winning Friends by Douglas E. Lurton, pp. 42-44
                11. For Every Town, a Pied Piper by Eula McClary, pp. 45-49
                12. Meet the Man Who Runs the Senate by Tris Coffin, pp. 50-52
                13. Browning: Genius of Guns by Dean Jennings, pp. 68-71
                14. Cigarette Paper: A New U.S. Industry by Robert Farr, pp. 72-75
                15. Texas Peacemaker by Mary Clarke, pp. 76-77
                16. Mistakes That Paid Dividends by Josephine M. Opsahl, pp. 84-86
                17. Barbed Wire College by Lawrence Lader, pp. 87-90
                18. Maple-Sugar Millions by Allene Corliss, pp. 91-93
                19. She Turns Rags into Riches by Douglas Rigby, pp. 96-98
                20. One-Man Health Crusade by Jack Yarmove, pp. 99-102
                21. Glamour with a Hard Shell by George Butler, pp. 111-112
                22. Reflections on Kittens by Warren Brown, pp. 118-120
                23. Builder of U.S. Air Power by James Moore, pp. 121-125
                24. Utopia for Civilian Fliers by Mickell Novak and Walter Seltzer, pp. 126-128
                25. The Riddle of the Dead Millionaire by Alan Hynd, pp. 133-136
                26. How Animals Fight for Survival by Jim Kjelgaard, p. 137
                27. Fighting Hero of Chile by S. Martin, pp. 138-141
                28. New Wonders with Suds by North Clarey, pp. 142-143
                29. Home on the Range by Edwin Affron, pp. 144-145
                30. Our Human Comedy, pp. 12-13
                31. The American Spectator, pp. 53-67
                32. Game Book, pp. 78-83
                33. Grin and Share It, pp. 94-95
                34. Blood on the Moon by Carl Sandburg, pp. 103-110
                35. A Report on Influenza, pp. 113-117
                36. Out of This World, pp. 129-132
                37. [+]
                  We Took to the Woods by Louise Dickinson Rich, pp. 146-161 - 1 Review
                  1. We Took to the Woods by Louise Dickinson Rich
                38. Between These Covers, p. 162
                39. A Gem From the Coronet Story Teller by Howard Kegley, pp. 163-164
                40. Wanda Hendrix: Cover Girl
              3. [+]
                March 1946 Issue = 41 Articles
                1. Why I Go to Church by William F. McDermott, pp. 4-6
                2. A Primer in World Government by Owen J. Roberts, pp. 7-10
                3. Don't Be Ashamed To Cry by W.A.S. Douglas, pp. 11-14
                4. How To Chill a Spine by Cameron Shipp, pp. 15-18
                5. Some Things You Should Know About Soap by Dr. Herbert L. Herschensohn, pp. 19-21
                6. One American Family by Jim Kjelgaard, pp. 22-25
                7. Cracker-Barrel Forum by David Louis, pp. 26-27
                8. Good-bye to the Field of Honor by Anthony Parke, pp. 28-31
                9. How the Handicapped Fight Back by Dolph Sharp, pp. 32-34
                10. Super-Billion-Dollar Secretary by Bascom N. Timmons, pp. 35-38
                11. How To Develop Creative Imagination by D.E. Lurton, pp. 42-44
                12. Medicine's Powerful New Ally by Norman Carlisle, pp. 45-48
                13. You'll Have Service, Not Servants by Charlotte Paul, pp. 49-52
                14. What's Your IQ on Animals? by Eugene Kinkead, pp. 59-60
                15. Titan of the Desert by Frederick Halkett, pp. 68-69
                16. Old Jim: Symbol of a Nation's Growth by Carol Hughes, pp. 76-79
                17. Songs That Changed History by Doron K. Antrim, pp. 80-82
                18. Kettle by "Burkhard" by Ralph L. Boyce, p. 83
                19. Miracle Man of Mexico by Murray Morgan, pp. 84-87
                20. Wilderness Shopping Service by Andrew H. Hepburn, pp. 88-90
                21. Your Fingerprints Are Your Friends by William Stephenson, pp. 91-94
                22. Otis Takes You Up and Down by Cecil Williams, pp. 111-113
                23. Bug Bombadier by Alfred H. Sinks, pp. 114-116
                24. They Keep Their Ears to the Air by Harry Edward Neal, pp. 117-118
                25. Dr. Lahey: Genius of Surgery by J.D. Ratcliff, pp. 120-125
                26. How the Camel Came to America by Zulma Steele, pp. 126-128
                27. All-American Landscaper by Diana J. Mowrer, pp. 129-131
                28. The Case of the Night Stroller by Alan Hynd, pp. 134-138
                29. Something New---and Cheap---in Furs by Mary Clarke, pp. 139-140
                30. There's Money in the Mail-Order Business by Rhoda Roder, pp. 141-143
                31. Britain's Man of Destiny by Olga Davidson, pp. 144-145
                32. Out of This World, pp. 39-41
                33. America the Beautiful, pp. 53-58
                34. A Treasury of Literary Classics, pp. 61-67
                35. The Coronet Game Book Section, pp. 70-75
                36. Behind the Baton, pp. 95-110
                37. The Hands of Katharine Cornell, p. 119
                38. Our Human Comedy, pp. 132-133
                39. [+]
                  The Coming Age of Rocket Power by G. Edward Pendray, pp. 146-162 - 1 Review
                  1. The Coming Age of Rocket Power by G. Edward Pendray
                40. A Gem from the Coronet Story Teller, pp. 163-164
                41. Susan Vance: Cover Girl
              4. [+]
                April 1946 Issue = 38 Articles
                1. Holy City of Oklahoma by Carol Hughes, pp. 3-6
                2. Health Fakers, Beware! by Dr. Herbert L. Herschensohn, pp. 7-9
                3. Murder for Research by J.D. Ratcliff, pp. 10-14
                4. Meet Lassie, the Perfect Movie Dog by Grace Fischler, pp. 15-19
                5. Justice Rides the Bus Line by Frank Laskier, pp. 20-24
                6. Your Enemy---the Fly by Edwin Way Teale, pp. 31-35
                7. Bob Wagner: Liberal Lawmaker by Jack H. Pollack, pp. 36-39
                8. The Killer Cancer by Richard S. Francis, Jr., pp. 40-42
                9. The Town That Chickens Saved by James W. Campbell, pp. 43-45
                10. They Trail You with Scissors and Paste by Helen Stansbury, pp. 46-49
                11. All China Is His Schoolroom by Mabel Raef Putnam, pp. 50-52
                12. The House of a Thousand Gadgets by John Maloney, pp. 53-54
                13. Global Army of Mercy by Frances Rockmore Velie, pp. 62-66
                14. Jungle Hopper by Howard Whitman, pp. 71-75
                15. Are You Ready for Air Conditioning? by Zulma Steele, pp. 76-80
                16. How the Good Earth Fosters Good Will by Jean Libman Block, pp. 85-88
                17. A Plain Man's Credo by Art Cohn, p. 89
                18. Krakatoa: Nature's Wildest Rampage by Bruce Biossat, pp. 90-93
                19. Goldfish Don't Need Sympathy by Alfred Prowitt, pp. 94-95
                20. A Magic Carpet for the Shut-in by M.R. Kelly, pp. 96-97
                21. Yankee Dictator in South America by John Lear, p. 98
                22. Surgeon of Democracy by Thyra Edwards and Murray Gitlin, pp. 118-120
                23. Do You Know Your Family Tree? by Stelljes Nichols, pp. 128-130
                24. How Good a Driver Are You? by Richard G. McCloskey, pp. 131-133
                25. There's Room for You in Radio by Margo O'Flaherty, pp. 134-138
                26. Wizard of Light by Norman Carlisle, pp. 139-142
                27. New England Means Business by J.M. Stenbuck, pp. 143-147
                28. Our Human Comedy, pp. 25-26
                29. How Yankee Doodle Went to Town, pp. 27-30
                30. The Birth of a Chick, pp. 55-61
                31. Will You Keep Your Wealth My Child?, pp. 67-70
                32. Out of This World, pp. 81-84
                33. Oiltown U.S.A., pp. 99-117
                34. Easter Sunday, pp. 121-122
                35. The Coronet Game Book Section, pp. 123-127
                36. [+]
                  Houdini---His Life-Story (Part One) by Harold Kellock, pp. 148-164 - 1 Review
                  1. Houdini: His Life-Story by Harold Kellock
                37. A Gem from the Coronet Story Teller by Philip Jerome Cleveland
                38. Pat Geoghegan: Cover Girl by Toni Frissell
              5. [+]
                May 1946 Issue = 36 Articles
                1. Wanted: A U.S. Department of Welfare by Jack H. Pollack, pp. 3-8
                2. Man-Hunt Across the World by Beryl Dill Kneen and Lawrence Lader, pp. 9-13
                3. Better Light for Better Living by George Nelson and Henry Wright, pp. 14-17
                4. The Truth About the Stock Market by Sam Shulsky, pp. 18-22
                5. A Churchman Edits the News by Barron B. Beshoar, pp. 23-26
                6. Letter to Saint Peter by Earl Mercer, pp. 42-43
                7. America's Most Illustrious Eagle by Milton Bacon, pp. 44-45
                8. Rheumatic Fever: Scourge of Childhood by Bernadine Bailey, pp. 46-48
                9. How Circus Freaks Are Made by Scott Hart, pp. 49-52
                10. Courage for Marriage by William F. McDermott, pp. 53-55
                11. Danger: Hitchhiker Ahead! by Michael Evans, pp. 56-59
                12. Spruille Braden: Two-Fished Diplomat by Jack Harrison, pp. 60-64
                13. They Carve Careers Out of Nature by Edwin Way Teale, pp. 65-68
                14. Sentinel of the City Streets by Charles Peet, p. 69
                15. He Keeps the Movies Clean by Cameron Shipp, pp. 76-82
                16. Hobo Hobbies That Show a Profit by Gus Larson and A.B. Genung, pp. 83-86
                17. America's First "Black Friday" by Vincent H. Gaddis, pp. 87-89
                18. The Man Who Chases Lightning by Jack Stenbuck, pp. 90-93
                19. Your Friend, the Spider by Charlotte Paul, pp. 94-96
                20. Memories of an Old Well by Richard Daly Prescott, p. 97
                21. Meet the Back-Number Boys by Jack Denton Scott, pp. 116-118
                22. New Magnetic Miracle by J.D. Ratcliff, pp. 119-120
                23. Westinghouse: Father of Electricity by William A. Lydgate, pp. 122-128
                24. Four-Alarm Doctor by Paul W. Kearney, pp. 129-132
                25. A School for the Children of Darkness by Carol Hughes, pp. 133-136
                26. Casey at the Bat, pp. 27-32
                27. Our Human Comedy, pp. 33-34
                28. Where Our Presidents Live, pp. 35-41
                29. The Coronet Game Book Section, pp. 70-75
                30. Out of This World, pp. 98-100
                31. America's Kid Sister, pp. 101-115
                32. Africa by Antonio Petruccelli, p. 121
                33. [+]
                  Houdini---His Story (Part II) by Harold Kellock, pp. 137-146 - 1 Review
                  1. Houdini: His Life-Story by Harold Kellock
                34. [+]
                  Release from Nervous Tension by David Harold Fink, M.D., pp. 147-162 - 1 Review
                  1. Release from Nervous Tension by David Harold Fink
                35. A Gem from the Coronet Story Teller, pp. 163-164
                36. Cover Girl: Gale Storm
              6. [+]
                June 1946 Issue = 37 Articles
                1. One Way to Live Longer by Lawrence Lader, pp. 3-6
                2. He Walked in the Steps of Lincoln by William F. McDermott, pp. 7-11
                3. Byron Price: Hero of the Terrible Scissors by John Lear, pp. 12-17
                4. "Blondie," America's No. 1 Housewife by Michael Sheridan, pp. 18-21
                5. A New Pattern for One World by Jean Libman Block, pp. 22-24
                6. Make the Most of Your Mornings by D.A. Laird, pp. 25-26
                7. The Washington Monument: Tribute to Truth by Caleb Hall, pp. 28-31
                8. How GI Convicts Are Getting a Second Chance by Irwin Ross, pp. 32-35
                9. Human Spiders of Plymouth by Jack Stenbuck, pp. 36-39
                10. Your Servant, the Atom, in the World of Tomorrow by J.D. Ratcliff, pp. 40-46
                11. King of the Counterfeiters by J. Irving Crump, pp. 47-49
                12. Superhighways to the Rescue by Creighton Peet, pp. 50-52
                13. Blueprint for Peace in U.S. Industry by Lawrence Powell, pp. 68-72
                14. There's Danger in Your Medicine Chest by Herbert L. Herschensohn, M.D., pp. 73-75
                15. Giant in a Leather Apron by Anthony Parke, pp. 76-78
                16. Jungle Wonderland in Venezuela by Dr. Wm. Beebe, pp. 84-87
                17. Beaver Woman of the Adirondacks by Edwin Way Teale, pp. 88-91
                18. Silk Stockings for You---from Texas! by Willard C. Haselbush, pp. 92-94
                19. Meet Radio's Tobacco Auctioneers by Joan K. Flynn, pp. 95-98
                20. The Johnstown Flood: Deluge of Death by E.J. Grant, pp. 99-102
                21. Party Line to the Arctic by William Stephenson, pp. 115-117
                22. The Magic of Night Flight by Antoine de Saint-Exupery, pp. 118-119
                23. Harlan Fiske Stone: Symbol of Justice by Scott Hart, pp. 120-126
                24. Hollywood's Perfect Villain by Cameron Shipp, pp. 131-134
                25. Experiment in Contentment by Marcus Bach, pp. 135-139
                26. Mabel Powell: Classroom Miracle-Worker by Carol Hughes, pp. 140-144
                27. My Old Schoolteacher, p. 27
                28. Spring Fever, pp. 53-67
                29. Game Book Section, pp. 79-83
                30. Immortals of Music, pp. 103-108
                31. Grin and Share It by Irving Hoffman, pp. 109-110
                32. The Greatest Show on Earth, pp. 111-114
                33. Out of This World, pp. 127-130
                34. The Ring Bearer, p. 145
                35. [+]
                  Drop to Death by Stewart Alsop and Thomas Braden, pp. 146-164 - 1 Review
                  1. Sub Rosa: The OSS and American Espionage by Stewart Alsop and Thomas Braden
                36. A Gem from the Coronet Story Teller
                37. Cover Girl: Evelyn McBride
              7. [+]
                July 1946 Issue = 38 Articles
                1. Beware of Legalized Gambling by Roger William Riis, pp. 3-6
                2. An Atomic Scientist Looks to God by Dr. Arthur H. Compton, pp. 7-10
                3. How Good Are Your Hospital Manners? by Zulma Steele, pp. 11-14
                4. Crossroads of the World by Marguerite Tazelaar, pp. 15-19
                5. Bookkeeping by Mail: a Million-Dollar Idea by Betty Emblen, pp. 20-22
                6. Here Comes Superman! by Mort Weisinger, pp. 23-26
                7. Fruit Tramping Across the U.S.A. by Jean Muir, pp. 33-36
                8. Man a Million Years from Now by Dr. William Howells, pp. 39-41
                9. Sea-Going Parish by Jack Stenbuck, pp. 42-45
                10. In Defense of Defense Lawyers by Wm. Scott Stewart, pp. 46-50
                11. Cleveland's Cradle of Talent by Carol Hughes, pp. 51-54
                12. New Miracle Foods Are on the Way by John Davis, pp. 55-56
                13. There's Gold in Your Attic by Caroline Bird Menuez, pp. 66-68
                14. The Sinking of an Ocean Queen by Hanson W. Baldwin, pp. 73-76
                15. Sweethearts of Tennis by Keith Monroe, pp. 77-79
                16. Cathedral of the Redwoods by Edwin Way Teale, pp. 80-82
                17. Bee Hunting Made Easy by Eddy Dressen, pp. 88-90
                18. The Fabulous Career of Jenny Lind by M.R. Werner, pp. 91-94
                19. Strange Legacies by Juanita Mills Feeder, pp. 95-96
                20. The Volunteers of America by Michael Griffin, pp. 113-116
                21. Benadryl: New Conqueror of Allergy by J.V. Sheppard, pp. 117-119
                22. Pool of Enchantment by Ben Kartman, pp. 120-122
                23. How the Liberty Bell Came to America by Howard Fast, pp. 123-125
                24. Stamp Collectors' Heaven by Clyde F. Newstrand, pp. 126-129
                25. Hollywood Saints in Ten-Gallon Hats by Cameron Shipp, pp. 130-133
                26. Ozark Mayor with Ideas by Edwin J. Becker, pp. 134-136
                27. Is There a Little Death Trap in Your Home? by William F. McDermott, pp. 137-140
                28. The Clue of the Blue and White Cord by Evelyn Dobbs, pp. 141-144
                29. Marble King of the World by Frances Velie, pp. 145-146
                30. The Songs of Stephen Foster, pp. 27-32
                31. Our Human Comedy, pp. 37-38
                32. The Killers in Your Garden, pp. 57-65
                33. Strange Indians of the Northwest, pp. 69-72
                34. Game Book Section, pp. 83-87
                35. The Great Famine, pp. 97-112
                36. [+]
                  We Who Are About to Die by David Lamson, pp. 147-162 - 1 Review
                  1. We Who Are About to Die by David Lamson
                37. A Gem from the Coronet Story Teller by Howard Kegley, pp. 163-164
                38. Cover Girl: Georgia Lange
              8. [+]
                August 1946 Issue = 35 Articles
                1. Sex Crimes: Their Cause and Cure by Charles Harris, pp. 3-9
                2. Miracle in a Mountain Hamlet by W. Scott Sheldon, pp. 10-15
                3. Want To Be Your Own Boss? by Caroline Menuez, pp. 16-20
                4. Greater Love Hath No Mad by Allen Rankin, p. 21
                5. Are You Living in Second Gear? by Herbert L. Herschensohn, M.D., pp. 22-25
                6. They Rode to Glory by Earl Mercer, pp. 26-27
                7. Little Boy Blue by Edwin Affron, pp. 28-29
                8. How Science Got Its Magic Eye by Norman Carlisle, pp. 30-35
                9. Don't Try Insurance Frauds by Muriel Patchen, pp. 36-39
                10. Heifetz: Genius of the Violin by Susanne McConnaughey, pp. 40-46
                11. May We Help You, Senor? by John Watts, pp. 47-49
                12. Every Man's Lawyer by Norman M. Lobsenz, pp. 50-52
                13. Return to Audubon's Island by Edwin Way Teale, pp. 57-58
                14. Lady with a Lamp by Ben Kartman, pp. 68-69
                15. Secrets of the Orchid by Keith Harris, pp. 70-72
                16. The Iroquis Theater Fire by Eddie Foy and Alvin F. Harlow, pp. 73-75
                17. Jail with a College Atmosphere by Carol Hughes, pp. 76-80
                18. Feathered Death in the Sky by John K. Terres, pp. 86-88
                19. What Radar Soon Will Do For You by Robert N. Farr, pp. 89-91
                20. A Woman Who Sees With Her Heart by Nelson Valjean, pp. 92-94
                21. Queen of Wonders by Eugene Ray, pp. 118-119
                22. Orville Wright: First to Fly by Douglas J. Ingells and Lawrence Lader, pp. 120-127
                23. Boston's Grown-up Fire Chasers by Jack Stenbuck, pp. 128-130
                24. Knight in Legal Armor by Dean Jennings, pp. 131-135
                25. Where Workers Are People by Beatrice Schapper, pp. 136-139
                26. Your Pastor Is Your Friend by Dr. Clarence Seidenspinner, pp. 140-143
                27. When the Sea Calls by Gordon K. Seagrove, pp. 144-145
                28. Reflections on My Childhood, pp. 53-56
                29. By Rocket to Mars in 18 Days, pp. 59-67
                30. Game Book Section, pp. 81-85
                31. New England---Sweet Land of Liberty, pp. 95-114
                32. Out of This World, pp. 115-117
                33. [+]
                  Consultation Room by Frederic Loomis, M.D., pp. 146-162 - 1 Review
                  1. Consultation Room by Frederic M. Loomis
                34. A Gem from the Coronet Story Teller, pp. 163-164
                35. Cover Girl: Liz MacLean by C.A. Peterson
              9. [+]
                September 1946 Issue = 33 Articles
                1. How To Get a Husband by Jean Libman Block, pp. 3-8
                2. Where Grownups Learn Happiness by Beatrice Schapper, pp. 9-13
                3. Seven Men Who Say "No" to the President by Fred J. Ostler, pp. 14-17
                4. The Big Headache by J.D. Ratcliff, pp. 18-21
                5. Hollywood's Super-Colossal Boys by William M. Sholl, pp. 22-24
                6. Hail to the Chief by Ben Kartman, pp. 28-29
                7. Scribblers in the Sky by Janet Ross, pp. 30-33
                8. Investigations: Washington's Favorite Sport by Tris Coffin, pp. 34-37
                9. Super-Signs From Coast to Coast by Jennifer L. Barrett, pp. 38-40
                10. Jinx Town, U.S.A. by Dean Jennings, pp. 41-44
                11. Let's Listen to Duchin by Cameron Shipp, pp. 45-48
                12. Housework Made Easy by Charlotte Paul, pp. 49-52
                13. Meet Another Miracle Drug by H.L. Herschensohn, M.D., pp. 66-67
                14. Brotherhood of the Sea by John J. Floherty, pp. 68-69
                15. James E. West: Builder of Men by Lester Velie, pp. 70-78
                16. Untold Stories of the U.S. Mails by Phil Glanzer, pp. 79-82
                17. Fit Yourself to a Lasting Job by Lawrence Lader, pp. 83-88
                18. San Francisco's Stitch-in-Time Hospital Service by Charles Mercer and Samuel Kaplan, pp. 89-91
                19. Like Mother Used To Bake by Ann Doyle, pp. 92-94
                20. Courage Takes No Holiday by George Weinstein, pp. 110-113
                21. Formula for a Richer Farm Life by Carol Hughes, pp. 114-117
                22. What Hath God Wrought! by Edwin Affron, pp. 118-134
                23. Teen-Age Tycoon by Weldon Melick, pp. 135-143
                24. A River Race That Made History by Keith Harris, pp. 144-146
                25. Grin and Share It by Irving Hoffman, pp. 25-26
                26. Bedtime, p. 27
                27. How Your Money is Made, pp. 53-56
                28. Our Human Comedy, pp. 57-58
                29. Medicine One Hundred Years Ago, pp. 59-65
                30. School Days, pp. 95-109
                31. [+]
                  Asylum (Part One) by Washington Irving, pp. 147-162 - 1 Review
                  1. Rip Van Winkle and the Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving
                32. A Gem from the Coronet Story Teller by Ervin Hickman, pp. 163-164
                33. Cover Girl: Virginia Patton
              10. [+]
                October 1946 Issue = 34 Articles
                1. My Battle Against the Klan by Ellis Arnall, pp. 3-8
                2. Is Your Husband or Wife an Asset? by Charlotte Paul, pp. 9-13
                3. Stop Cheating Your Children! by Charles Harris, pp. 14-19
                4. Mrs. Quiz Whiz Makes a Living by Sidney Carroll, pp. 20-24
                5. The Women in Lincoln's Life by G. Lynn Sumner, pp. 28-32
                6. New Cures for Sinus Trouble by Gretta Palmer, pp. 33-35
                7. King of the Roadside Restaurants by Harold Wolff, pp. 36-40
                8. A New World for the Helpless by William F. McDermott, pp. 41-45
                9. The Big Stock-Market Crash by Frederick Lewis Allen, pp. 46-50
                10. The Biggest Little Florists in the World by Ben Kartman, pp. 61-62
                11. Pioneer of Women's Colleges by Jean B. Rosenthal, pp. 68-70
                12. T Stands for Dead by Oscar Schisgall, pp. 71-75
                13. Queen of the Snake-Charmers by Jim Bishop, pp. 76-78
                14. How to Pick You Doctor by Zulma Steele, pp. 84-87
                15. America's Safest City by J.D. Ratcliff, pp. 88-92
                16. This Is My Own, My Native Land by Donald Moffat, pp. 94-95
                17. GI Road to Fame and Fortune by Edwin Diehl, pp. 96-99
                18. The Amazing Comeback of Parker B. Fiske by Jack Stenbuck, pp. 100-102
                19. The Great Chicago Fire by Keith Walters, pp. 117-119
                20. Farnsworth of Television by Norman Carlisle, pp. 120-128
                21. One Way to Beat Inflation by Beatrice Oppenheim, pp. 129-132
                22. Will Heaven Protect the Working Girl? by Alma Sutton Mercer, pp. 133-136
                23. Grin and Share It by Irving Hoffman, pp. 25-26
                24. First Dance, p. 27
                25. Unfurled from the Show World, pp. 51-52
                26. The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, pp. 53-60
                27. The Monster of Paricutin, pp. 63-67
                28. Game Book, pp. 79-83
                29. Watchman in Tatters, p. 93
                30. I Fight Fires, pp. 103-116
                31. [+]
                  Asylum (Part II) by William Seabrook, pp. 137-148 - 1 Review
                  1. Asylum by William Seabrook
                32. [+]
                  One World or None by Dexter Masters and Katharine Way, pp. 149-160 - 1 Review
                  1. One World---or None by Dexter Masters and Katharine Way
                33. A Gem from the Coronet Story Teller by W.E. Golden, pp. 161-162
                34. Cover Girl: Maggie Long
              11. [+]
                November 1946 Issue = 33 Articles
                1. A Warming to America: Put Up or Shut Up by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, pp. 3-6
                2. How I Learned the Meaning of Love by Helen Keller, pp. 7-10
                3. Uncle Sam---Umbrella Man by Barbara Davenport, pp. 11-13
                4. Sackcloth Goes High-Style by Jean Libman Block, pp. 14-15
                5. The Gentle Art of Settling Strikes by Irwin Ross, pp. 16-20
                6. How To Pronounce a Word by Norman Lewis, pp. 21-23
                7. The Riddle of the Ghost Dog by Pierre Van Paassen, pp. 24-26
                8. Coronet's Birth Year by Scott Hart, pp. 39-45
                9. For Childless Couples Only by Frederic Loomis, M.D., pp. 46-49
                10. The Man the Tax-Eaters Hate by Tris Coffin, pp. 50-54
                11. The Truth About Installment Buying by Ray Giles, pp. 55-59
                12. One-Man Diploma Mill by Jack Stenbuck, pp. 60-62
                13. Ham and Eggs, Georgia Style by Jane Floyd Buck, pp. 76-78
                14. Mother of Charity by William F. McDermott, pp. 79-82
                15. Behind the Scenes with the Bank Examiner by Harry Edward Neal, pp. 88-92
                16. Meet Hollywood's Quizmasters by Cameron Shipp, pp. 93-97
                17. Memo to Myself---at 50 by Anonymous, pp. 98-102
                18. New Hope for Epileptics by Elizabeth Coulson, pp. 111-114
                19. Don't Be a One-Man Band by Donald A. Laird, pp. 115-117
                20. Education Against Death by James D. Woolf, pp. 118-121
                21. Napoleon's Wizard of Steel by John Richard Young, pp. 122-125
                22. Bowling: America's No. 1 Sport by Hannibal Coons, pp. 126-130
                23. America's Living Museum of the Sea by Millard Faught, pp. 131-138
                24. New Fire-Fighting Magic by C. Lester Walker, pp. 139-142
                25. The Ten Commandments, pp. 27-38
                26. A World in Action!, pp. 63-74
                27. Washington D.C., pp. 103-110
                28. Gallery of Photographs, pp. 143-152
                29. Grin and Share It, p. 75
                30. Game Book, pp. 83-87
                31. Our Human Comedy, pp. 153-154
                32. Behind the Roosevelt Riddle, pp. 155-204
                33. This Month's Cover by Stanley Ekman
              12. [+]
                December 1946 Issue = 29 Articles
                1. December 7th, Five Years Ago by Clive Howard and Joe Whitley, pp. 3-6
                2. How Open Is Your Mind? by Roger William Riis, pp. 7-11
                3. New Life for Purple Hearts by John G. Blair, pp. 12-16
                4. Freak Laws of the Land by Lillian Gerard and Elaine Bassler, pp. 17-19
                5. Hero of the Oil-Well Fires by Lawrence Lader, pp. 20-24
                6. Biggest Home-Town Show on Earth by Carol Hughes, pp. 35-38
                7. How to Keep Christmas in Your Heart by Henry J. Taylor, pp. 48-51
                8. America's Home-Grown Ice Follies by Temple H. Fielding, pp. 52-56
                9. Tulane's Campus "Criminals" by Katharine Best, pp. 57-61
                10. New Eyes for the Needy by Kathleen Hartsoe and Clayton Hartsoe, pp. 62-64
                11. The Fabulous Feats of "Showshoe" Thompson by Emile C. Schurmacher, pp. 72-74
                12. Miracle of the Diamond by Cameron Shipp, pp. 78-82
                13. I Earn More Than My Husband by Anonymous, pp. 99-103
                14. Ira Gabrielson: Wizard of Wildlife by Jean Potter, pp. 104-111
                15. Out Where the Horse-Operas Grow by Murray Moler, pp. 112-114
                16. The House That Courage Built by Frank Laskier, pp. 120-125
                17. Year of the Great Quakes by Vincent H. Gaddis, pp. 126-132
                18. Stop! That Steak's a Fake! by Douglas Blaufarb, pp. 133-135
                19. Free Loans for the Poor by Robert M. Hyatt, pp. 136-138
                20. A Christmas Carol, pp. 27-34
                21. Gallery of Photographs, pp. 39-46
                22. People of the Hills, pp. 83-98
                23. Grin and Share It by Irving Hoffman, pp. 25-26
                24. You Bet Your Life by Leo Guild, p. 47
                25. Unfurled from the Show World, pp. 75-77
                26. Game Book Section, pp. 115-119
                27. [+]
                  So This Is Peace by Bob Hope, pp. 65-71 - 1 Review
                  1. So This Is Peace by Bob Hope
                28. [+]
                  Unlocking Adventure by Charles Courtney, pp. 139-158 - 1 Review
                  1. Unlocking Adventure by Charles Courtney
                29. This Month's Cover by Douglass Crockwell
            2. [+]
              Issues of 1947 = 12 Issues, 419 Articles
              1. [+]
                Issues of 1948 = 6 Issues, 222 Articles
              2. [+]
                Issues of the 1950s = 10 Years, 115 Issues, 4,200 Articles
                1. [+]
                  Issues of 1950 = 8 Issues, 295 Articles
                  1. [+]
                    Issues of 1951 = 12 Issues, 456 Articles
                    1. [+]
                      Issues of 1952 = 12 Issues, 448 Articles
                      1. [+]
                        Issues of 1953 = 12 Issues, 437 Articles
                        1. [+]
                          Issues of 1954 = 12 Issues, 409 Articles
                          1. [+]
                            Issues of 1955 = 12 Issues, 442 Articles
                            1. [+]
                              Issues of 1956 = 12 Issues, 415 Articles
                              1. [+]
                                Issues of 1957 = 12 Issues, 459 Articles
                                1. [+]
                                  Issues of 1958 = 11 Issues, 401 Articles
                                  1. [+]
                                    Issues of 1959 = 12 Issues, 438 Articles
                                  2. [+]
                                    Issues of the 1960s = 2 Years, 22 Issues, 773 Articles
                                    1. [+]
                                      Issues of 1960 = 12 Issues, 422 Articles
                                      1. [+]
                                        Issues of 1961 = 10 Issues, 351 Articles