I came across a discussion of The Golden Age magazine's anti-aluminum stance in a book on the history of reaction to government policy on fluoride:
Use the "search inside" feature to find the discussion of The Golden Age on pages 131 and 132.
Among other things it says: "Unbelievably, The Golden Age published over 130 articles railing against aluminium cookware between 1925 and 1969".
Did the Society continue to publish articles against aluminum as late as 1969? Apart from anything else the magazine had changed name twice by 1969. Maybe the author meant to say between 1925 and 1937.