ORIGINAL 1933 COLLIER'S COVER: "WHAT ROOSEVELT INTENDS TO DO" Franklin Delano ROOSEVELT, C. C. BEALL, Artist.
ORIGINAL 1933 COLLIER'S COVER: "WHAT ROOSEVELT INTENDS TO DO"
ORIGINAL 1933 COLLIER'S COVER: "WHAT ROOSEVELT INTENDS TO DO"
ORIGINAL 1933 COLLIER'S COVER: "WHAT ROOSEVELT INTENDS TO DO"
ORIGINAL 1933 COLLIER'S COVER: "WHAT ROOSEVELT INTENDS TO DO"

ORIGINAL 1933 COLLIER'S COVER: "WHAT ROOSEVELT INTENDS TO DO"

New York: Crowell Publishing Company, March 11, 1933. First Edition. Mounted on Paper. This is an ORIGINAL Collier's magazine cover for March 11, 1933, shortly after Franklin Delano Roosevelt took office as President of the United States. The cover is a portrait of FDR, with flags and a horn of plenty. It highlights an article by George Creel entitled, "WHAT ROOSEVELT INTENDS TO DO".The cover art is by C. C. Beall, and it is signed in the print. Beall employed the device of creating a single image by using a combination of smaller images. The cover has been professionally mounted on larger white paper, making it easier to frame. The cover is is 10 3/4" x 13 3/4" in full color. The background paper measures 13" x 17 1/2". The word "article" is marred by an abrasion; the paper is somewhat rubbed with slight corner bends from handling, but will lie flat on framing; Very Good Plus or better overall. FREE SHIPPING. Very Good Plus. Item #2133

Price: $35.00

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