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  • Item #45915798
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    Pictorial Media Newsprint Edition. March to Market: The Story of Meat from Open Range to Kitchen Range (1948) is a promotional comic distributed by Swift and Co. Harry Anderson cover and art. Tells how meat products move from the open range to meatpacking plants to your grocer and finally to your kitchen table (assuming you're not a vegetarian). Some of the newsprint versions have extra text at the bottom of the front cover. 16 pages, full color, standard comic dimensions, all newsprint, no cover price.

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  • Item #45915855
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    Pictorial Media Newsprint Edition. March to Market: The Story of Meat from Open Range to Kitchen Range (1948) is a promotional comic distributed by Swift and Co. Harry Anderson cover and art. Tells how meat products move from the open range to meatpacking plants to your grocer and finally to your kitchen table (assuming you're not a vegetarian). Some of the newsprint versions have extra text at the bottom of the front cover. 16 pages, full color, standard comic dimensions, all newsprint, no cover price.

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    2 mycomicshop users have this issue on their want list.
    1 mycomicshop users have added this issue to their want list within the past six months.

  • Item #45616183
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    Pictorial Media Newsprint Edition. March to Market: The Story of Meat from Open Range to Kitchen Range (1948) is a promotional comic distributed by Swift and Co. Harry Anderson cover and art. Tells how meat products move from the open range to meatpacking plants to your grocer and finally to your kitchen table (assuming you're not a vegetarian). Some of the newsprint versions have extra text at the bottom of the front cover. 16 pages, full color, standard comic dimensions, all newsprint, no cover price.

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    2 mycomicshop users have this issue on their want list.
    1 mycomicshop users have added this issue to their want list within the past six months.

  • Item #45535556
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    Pictorial Media Newsprint Edition. March to Market: The Story of Meat from Open Range to Kitchen Range (1948) is a promotional comic distributed by Swift and Co. Harry Anderson cover and art. Tells how meat products move from the open range to meatpacking plants to your grocer and finally to your kitchen table (assuming you're not a vegetarian). Some of the newsprint versions have extra text at the bottom of the front cover. 16 pages, full color, standard comic dimensions, all newsprint, no cover price.

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    2 mycomicshop users have this issue on their want list.
    1 mycomicshop users have added this issue to their want list within the past six months.

  • Item #45915324
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    Pictorial Media Newsprint Edition. March to Market: The Story of Meat from Open Range to Kitchen Range (1948) is a promotional comic distributed by Swift and Co. Harry Anderson cover and art. Tells how meat products move from the open range to meatpacking plants to your grocer and finally to your kitchen table (assuming you're not a vegetarian). Some of the newsprint versions have extra text at the bottom of the front cover. 16 pages, full color, standard comic dimensions, all newsprint, no cover price.

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    2 mycomicshop users have this issue on their want list.
    1 mycomicshop users have added this issue to their want list within the past six months.

  • Item #45915915
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    Pictorial Media Newsprint Edition. March to Market: The Story of Meat from Open Range to Kitchen Range (1948) is a promotional comic distributed by Swift and Co. Harry Anderson cover and art. Tells how meat products move from the open range to meatpacking plants to your grocer and finally to your kitchen table (assuming you're not a vegetarian). Some of the newsprint versions have extra text at the bottom of the front cover. 16 pages, full color, standard comic dimensions, all newsprint, no cover price.

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    2 mycomicshop users have this issue on their want list.
    1 mycomicshop users have added this issue to their want list within the past six months.

  • Item #44420556
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    March to Market The Story of Meat (1948) 1948NEWSPRINT

    Pictorial Media Newsprint Edition. March to Market: The Story of Meat from Open Range to Kitchen Range (1948) is a promotional comic distributed by Swift and Co. Harry Anderson cover and art. Tells how meat products move from the open range to meatpacking plants to your grocer and finally to your kitchen table (assuming you're not a vegetarian). Some of the newsprint versions have extra text at the bottom of the front cover. 16 pages, full color, standard comic dimensions, all newsprint, no cover price.

    If you add this item to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    2 mycomicshop users have this issue on their want list.
    1 mycomicshop users have added this issue to their want list within the past six months.