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Mitchell Davis
Washington, DC
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Contact Phone: 202-333-5000

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Historic Magazine Subscription Service.

You'll get historic magazines from your youth & recently published popular magazines.
 
Cancel anytime for a full refund of un-mailed issues.
 
Different Magazines every time!!!
 
Fortune Magazine from the 30's & 40's -- Playboy Magazine from the 60's & 70's   
 
Esquire Magazine, Saturday Evening Post, Colliers…
…and many modern Conde Nast Magazines: Architectural Digest, Wired, The New Yorker, etc.
 
Your first issue is a collector's edition of Fortune Magazine from the 1940's – A big 11" X 14" business tabloid.   These collector editions are prized – unfortunately they are hard to get as a many are cut up.    The historic colorful ads and designer covers are sold in antique stores and used for interior decorating.
 
Call (202) 333-5000 with your credit card today
 
Choose how often to receive:  
A:  One magazine a month:  $ 7.95 billed monthly or $79 annual.
 B:  One magazine a week:  $ 5.95 each, billed monthly at $23.80 or $238 annual.
 
Cancel anytime for a full refund on un-mailed issues. 
…and you choose types of Magazines: 
1)   Selection of all magazines without Playboy.  
2)   Selection of all magazines including men's mags.
          3)   Playboy and Men's mags only.
 
Free sample issue sent as a gift for you to keep – no strings attached.
 
Call (202) 333-5000 today, or email:  CEO@InternationalPlatform.org.
From www.CharityLibrary.com a division of the International Platform Association.  www.InternationalPlatform.com – a speaker's bureau founded in 1831 by Daniel Webster.  Mitchell P. Davis, Executive Director.