January and February issues are intact and complete, with Ad pages in front and back. April issue is missing front and back cover. Conditions range from Good+ to Poor. The 1935 Plymouth, Kellogs Corn Flakes, and Greyhound Bus ads are particularly interesting!
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1935 January: Articles and Photos include "England's Sun Trap Isle of Wight" by J.R. Hildebrand with 23 illustrations; "Island Garden of Rocks and Flowers" with 14 Natural Color Photographs by W. Robert Moore; "European Outpost: The Azores" by Harriet C. Adams with 26 illustrations; "Communication Hub of the Atlantic" 13 Natural Color Photographs by Wilhelm Tobien; "Life's Pattern on the Riviera" by Helen Churchill Candee with 12 illustrations, "Along the Italian Coast" with 12 Natural Color Photographs by Hans Hildebrand; and "Where the Sailing Ship Survives" by A.J. Villers with 32 illustrations. Condition is good+, with some discoloration, and spine missing small pieces
1935 February: Articles include: "Petra, Ancient Caravan Stronghold" by John D. Whiting with 15 illustrations and two maps; "The Rose-Red City of Rock" with 21 Natural Color Photographs by Matson; "Old France in Modern Canada" by V.C. Scott O'Connor with 37 illustrations; "Winter in the Nation's Capitol" 21 illustrations in Duotone; "Shadowy Birds of the Night" by Wetmore with 5 illustrations; "Silent-Winged Owls of North America" with 21 Portraits in Color from Life by Maj. Allan Brooks; "What is the Saar" by Simpich with 5 illustrations and 2 maps; "Close-Ups of a People Without a Country" 21 illustrations in Duotone; "The Society Announces New Stratosphere Flight" by G. Grosvenor with 21 illustrations. Condition is Fair, with some discoloration, missing 25 pages, center portion loose from staples and spine missing small pieces.
1935 April: Articles include: "Man's Winged Ally, The Busy Honeybee" by Hambleton with 18 illustrations and 16 Portraits in Color from Life by Hashime Murayama; "Summering in An English Cottage" by Helen Churchill Candee with 18 illustrations; and "Wonders of the New Washington" by Vosburgh, with 20 illustrations and 13 Natural Color Photographs; "A Sunday in Mezokovesd" by Margery Ray with 22 illustrations; "The Tanagers and Finches" by Arthur Allen with 6 illustrations; "Bird Beauties of the Tanager and Finch Families" 8 Portraits in Color from Life by Maj. Allan Brooks. Condition is Poor, as cover is missing, some bent edges and first 2 pages missing a small piece on the corner.