Date: 11-13-1939 Life Magazine
Condition: Very Good
Cover: Claudette Colbert establishes herself as a top rate
drama actress in her latest film "Drums Along the Mohawk"
Ms. Colbert is seen sunning herself at her home in Holmby
Hills. A onetime art student, she designed and decorated
the home she and her husband, Dr. Joel Pressman resides.
Speaking of Pictures: Denis Conan Doyle's Spirit Photographs
U.S. Business Opens Great Barco Oil Fields in Columbia
LIFE on the Newsfronts of the World
Japanese Sentry in Hawaii Demands Salute from Americans
Congress Kills Arms Embargo
Germans Picture Attack on Rosyth Naval Base
New York and San Francisco Fairs Close
A British Convoy Crosses the North Sea
Giant Snow Cruiser Comes to Grief
London Adapts Fashions to Blackouts
Dorothy Lamour's Winter Sarong
Who's Who In the German High Command
Gertrude Lawrence Stars in "Skylark"
"Information Please" is Made into Movie Short
Peter Scott is Best British Bird Painter
The Argentines: LIFE Looks South at a Great and Proud People
"Drums Along the Mohawk"
LIFE Calls on Helen Hayes
Ford Automobiles for 1940
Hoover Vacuum cleaners
White Owl cigars