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    Donald Duck & Goofy in "Polar Trappers" (Good Housekeeping, 1938). Magazine (222 pages) (8.75" X 12"). Animated.
    The Good Housekeeping Magazines from the mid-1930s have always been sought for their "Disney Cartoon" pages. They were used by Walt Disney to promote upcoming Disney cartoons. This particular issue has a page for "Antarctic Trappers" which was used to promote Polar Trappers (with Donald Duck and Goofy), which was released 17 June 1938, just a few months after the magazine. The magazine is also a veritable gold-mine of illustrations of 1930s Americana, including full page color ads for Coca-Cola (this ad featuring Maureen O'Sullivan drinking a coca-cola in her dressing room on the set of A Yank at Oxford), Ford, Pullman train ads, Ovaltine, fashion ads, and many, many more, in the 222 pages! An unrestored magazine with good color and an overall very presentable appearance. It may have tears, and small cuts to several pages. Please see full-color, enlargeable image below for more details. Fine.


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