US Government Printing Office, 1939. 8 pp pamphlet with an image from a photograph of gently "puffing his chest". The content describes the monthly old-age and survivor's insurance benefits beginning January 1, 1940. It describes how to qualify - retire from work, or made at least $50 in each of 6 calendar quarters since 1936. It further explains that wages you earned after 65 years would count towards benefits and how the program worked for surviving spouses and children. Monthly benefits were based on previous earnings. Measures 7" x 4" Letter folds.