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March 12, 1941: The first 100 pages of James Hilton’s “Random Harvest” are disappointing but the rest of the novel more than makes up for it, Lee Shippey says.
Tom Treanor talks to some watchmakers about the ways war is affecting their field. Time fuses and the difficulty in getting diamonds are some of the new challenges. And then there’s the difficulty in selling a new watch to a railroad worker.
Clark Gable still manages to look sheepish when asked to state his profession, Jimmie Fidler says.