Unbound. Canvas shoulder bag with "Liberty: A Weekly for the Whole Family. 5c" stamped on each side. Some age-toning and soiling, but with no other significant wear, intact and very good. Considered the second most popular general interest magazine of its time, after *The Saturday Evening Post*, the magazine was founded in 1924, changed ownership and editorship on a few occasions and stopped publication in 1950. This sort of bag would have been used by newsboys to vend the magazine on the streets. Our attribution of date is an estimate - for most of the 1930s the magazine cost 5c; for most of the 1940s 10c. Scarce.