From the archived Smithsonian traveling exhibition "July 1942," about the "United We Stand" campaign that spread across the country after the bombing of Pearl Harbor. The exhibition included 88 magazine covers from the era, this one from "The Poultry Tribune," published by the Poultry Tribune Co. The exhibition was a collaboration with the National Museum of American History. http://www.sites.si.edu/exhibitions/exhibits/archived_exhibitions/july/main.htm
John Dillinger handcuffed to Deputy Sheriff R.M. Pierce during Dillinger’s murder trial hearing in Crown Point, Ind. His trial was scheduled for March 12, 1934, but Dillinger escaped from Crown Point prison on March 3rd, and carried out a further four robberies—stealing about $150,000. Dillinger was shot to death by G-Men outside the Biograph Theater, Chicago in July 22nd 1934—he was just 31.