1933-04 Cosmopolitan Magazine Contents 1933/04 — Cover design by Harrison Fisher Contents taken from the index and from paging through the issue are as follows: Cosmopolitan Almanack for April by F.P.A. The Calvin Coolidge Nobody Knew by Herman Beaty and illustrated by William Oberhardt Dolly and the Colleagues by Fannie Hurst and illustrated by McClelland Barclay Men of Straw by Henry F. Pringle features Stinnes, Lowenstein and “The Match King” Ivar Kreuger Have You Got Everything You Want? If Not, Consult Mr. Parker Pyne by Agatha Christie with illustrations by Marshall Frantz A Life of Her Own by Eleanor Roosevelt The Eyes Had It by Faith Baldwin and illustrated by R.F. Schabelitz What’s Brewing in America? by Floyd Gibbons “Bad Debts” by Bruno Lessing and illustrated by Maurice Bower Enchanted Ground — Part 3 — by Temple Bailey and illustrated by Henry Raleigh The Age of Innocence–and I — Part 2 by Cora Brown Potter about the “Gay 90’s” The Moon Treasure by Hugh Wiley and illustrated by E.M. Jackson Luck and Mr. Lunt by Alexander Woollcott featuring Alfred Lunt and Lunn Fontanne Voodoo Moon — Part 2 by Clements Ripley and illustrated by Pruett Carter Revolt! by Robert W. Chambers and illustrated by Norman Price I’ve Always Felt Out of the Parade by O.O. McIntyre and illustrated by George Shellhase The American Plan: Training by Ida M. Tarbell The Square Peg by Dorothy Cottrell and illustrated by Jay Hyde Barnum The Dark City by Joseph Hergesheimer is about Havana Full page black & white ad for Lux Toilet Soap features Jean Harlow Full-page ad for Life Savers features color illustration by John Held, Jr.