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The Wide World  - The Magazine For Everybody, August 1919, No. 256, Vol. XLIII - The Theft of the Zuni God / Flying in Central Africa / Our LIfe at Holzminden, 'Woodpecker'; Rose, Frank; Heald, T.; Webster, F.; Martyn, F.; randall, S.; Somerset-Lister, H.; Thomason, H.; Evans, E.; Et al
1 'Woodpecker'; Rose, Frank; Heald, T.; Webster, F.; Martyn, F.; randall, S.; Somerset-Lister, H.; Thomason, H.; Evans, E.; Et al The Wide World - The Magazine For Everybody, August 1919, No. 256, Vol. XLIII - The Theft of the Zuni God / Flying in Central Africa / Our LIfe at Holzminden
New York The International News Company 1919 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Tennant, Dudley; Whale, Lieut. J. 
Pages 266-352 pages plus 16 pages of great vintage ads. Features: Flying in Central Africa (part I) - adventures from the flying log-book of an R.A.F. officer during ther campaign in German East Africa; My Adventures in Bolivia - Frank Rose was arrested as a dangerous revolutionary but managed to escape; Relief Worker's Adventures (part I) - thrilling adventures among the war victims of Armenia, Syria, and Persia, with photos; Hunting Big Game by Motor-Car - Captain F.A.M. Webster describes how he does it, with photos; The Adventures of a Newspaper-man (part III) - Frederic Martyn's adventures - with photos; Pukalofa's Tragic Revenge - Captain Samuel Randall recounts the brutal behavior of a whaling captain towards his crew in 1868, and what followed; In the Wilds of Siberia (Part I) - great photo-illustrated article by Harry Somerset-Lister describes his adventures; The Theft of the Zuni God - in New Mexico three U.S. Cavalry troopers stole the idols of the Indians, thus incurring their wrath; "The Surf Deer" - Reminiscences of the Dover Destroyer Patrol by Captain E.R.G.R. Evans, the Commander of the destroyer Viking; Shooting Elephants in the Middle of a Battle - what happened during the German East African Campaign; Hunting an Elephant During War - another thrilling incident of an elephant hunt during stern fighting in German East Africa, related by a Rhodesian soldier; Our Life at Holzminden - Lieut. J. Whale describes his life in this German POW camp in Brunswick, and provides his own illustrations; The Making of a Mandarin - photo-illustrated explanation of the curious and picturesque examinations which are held every three years in China and Indo-China for the coveted diploma of Chu-Jen, which entitles the holder to call himself a full-fledged Mandarin; Smugglers' Strategy Unveiled - photo-illustrated article explaining the many ingenious methods used by German and Swiss smugglers to get food and other things into enemy territory; The Tragedy of the Sling-Chain - Miner Bill Burton is killed in Australia; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A quality copy of this great vintage issue. 
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The Canadian Magazine, July 5, 1975 - Norman Bethune Cover Illustration, Allan, Ted; Cobb, David; Gormely, Sheila; Grescoe, Paul; Benoit, Jehane;
2 Allan, Ted; Cobb, David; Gormely, Sheila; Grescoe, Paul; Benoit, Jehane; The Canadian Magazine, July 5, 1975 - Norman Bethune Cover Illustration
Toronto Southstar 1975 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Wright, Doug 
28 pages. Features: Norman Bethune - The Sinner Who Became a Saint - article with many illustration in colour and black and white; Nice full-page colour-photo ad for Benson & Hedges cigarettes features fishermen holding their catch; Plain Jayne - Actress Jayne Eastwood - with great full-page colour photo; Scotiabank centerfold ad; Joseph Sedgwick - Master of Advocacy - article with full-page colour-photo portrait of this great Canadian lawyer; Nice full-page colour-photo ad for Crown brand corn syrup; The Loneliness of the Long-Distance Mailman - How Ottawa cut Tom Howard's Olympic Chances in Half; Nice full-page colour-photo ad for Cavalier cigarettes features tennis scene; Full-page ad for Chiclets gun contest; Meat Recipes; Doug Wright's Family comic. Ball point pen markings to front cover, otherwise unmarked with moderate wear. A sound copy. 
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The Wide World Magazine - True Stories of Adventure, September (Sept.) 1925, Vol. LV No. 329 -  A Woman in Unknown Morocco, Anstruther, Charles; Lugrin, N. De Bertrand; McMillan, R.D.S.; Richards, H.G.; Brennan, W.; Stuart, J.K.; Cook, O.; Harries, C.L.; Stuart, F.S.; Taylor, M.M.; Charnley, W.; McMahon, R.; Hayter, C.N.C.; Dickie, F.
3 Anstruther, Charles; Lugrin, N. De Bertrand; McMillan, R.D.S.; Richards, H.G.; Brennan, W.; Stuart, J.K.; Cook, O.; Harries, C.L.; Stuart, F.S.; Taylor, M.M.; Charnley, W.; McMahon, R.; Hayter, C.N.C.; Dickie, F. The Wide World Magazine - True Stories of Adventure, September (Sept.) 1925, Vol. LV No. 329 - A Woman in Unknown Morocco
London George Newnes, Ltd. 1925 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Nicolson, W.C. (cover);Davis, G.H.; Leigh, Conrad; Lloyd, Stanley; Wood, Stanley L.; Holloway, Cyril; Sindell, A.; Soper, G.; De Walton, John; Wightman, W.E.; Gillett, F.; Wood, Stanley L.; Peddie, Tom 
Pages 353-440 plus 16 pages of nostalgic ads. Features: What Happened to Mary Clark near Indianapolis - her car was hit by a train and she ended up on the front of the train which thundered on through the night!; The Haunted Bungalow - extraordinary story from South Africa; A Thousand Miles From Anywhere - Reverend Martyn Rogers and his family spent three years on the island of Tristan da Cunha - where mail came only once per year!; The Living Death - an eccentric chemist marries an Aztec girl in the hope of discovering the secrets of ancient Aztec dyes; Sands of Destruction - the fierce Atlantic is destroying the coast of Donegal in the north-west of Ireland - article with graphic photos; How I Lost My Job - the author worked as a teamster in British Columbia, until he lost a wagonload of explosives near Burns Lake; Two Years in Borneo - part 3 - the exciting outbreak at the Lubuk Estate; Trial by Ordeal in Africa; A Woman in Unknown Morocco - Fay Sutton's photo-illustrated narrative; Where Cannibals Roam - part 4 of 4 of this photo-illustrated article on a trip to the interior of Papua; The Stolen Telluride - A West Australian gold-miner's story; A Double Event - members of the South African Constabulary gets involved with horse racing; The Montreal Hold-Up - Canada's most daring armoured car robbery in broad daylight; The Downfall of "The Colonel" - a very clever American crook; Anderson's Pole-Cat - an exhausted British Columbia prospector stumbles upon a fortune in a trackless wilderness. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A sound copy of this great vintage issue. 
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Jetwings International, April 2009: Monthly Magazine of Jet Airways - Music Trails from Dublin to Perth, B, Ravi
4 B, Ravi Jetwings International, April 2009: Monthly Magazine of Jet Airways - Music Trails from Dublin to Perth
India Jet Airways 2009 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Parekh, Manas 
88 pages. Colour photography throughout. Text in English. Features: Photo featue on glacial Alaska; Western Classical Music in Prague; Romantic Paris; Ireland's great literateurs; and more. Clean and unmarked with light wear. A nice copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, August (Aug.) 30, 1964 -  Long Island is Becoming Long City, Baldwin, Hanson W.; Lipset, Seymour Martin; Smith, Hedrick; Crankshaw, Edward; McCarthy, Joe; Payne, Robert; Benjamin, Philip
5 Baldwin, Hanson W.; Lipset, Seymour Martin; Smith, Hedrick; Crankshaw, Edward; McCarthy, Joe; Payne, Robert; Benjamin, Philip The New York Times Magazine, August (Aug.) 30, 1964 - Long Island is Becoming Long City
New York The New York Times 1964 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Tames, George; Einsel, Walter; Bonney, Therese; Cushing, Charles Phelps; Aller, Bill; Pascal, David; Deschamps, R.; Flora, James; Rose, Carl 
76 pages. Features: 25 Years Ago - Hitler Strikes and WWII begins - article with photos; A Private Opinion on the Polls; How the President Keeps Informed - the LBJ way; Strange alliance between East and West as Cold War continues; Long Island is becoming Long City; What's In a Flag? - Everything; Early Camera-maker Louis Jacques Mande Daguerre - photo-illustrated brief article; Yoga is the fashionable way to keep in shape; Airy Manhattan apartment of Aivi Gallen-Kallela and David Kenneth Specter; That First Day of School; Broxodent automatic toothbrush ad; Beautiful color-photo fashion ads; and more. Average wear. Faint library stamp on front cover. A sound vintage copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, October (Oct.) 25, 1970 -  Richard Ottinger / Ronald Reagan / Militants Who Play with Dynamite are White, Barthel, Joan; Tiger, Lionel; Greene, Wade; Buckley, Tom; Roberts, Steven V.; Friedman, Saul; Brenton, M.; Crenshaw, M.A.; Claiborne, C.; Reif, R.
6 Barthel, Joan; Tiger, Lionel; Greene, Wade; Buckley, Tom; Roberts, Steven V.; Friedman, Saul; Brenton, M.; Crenshaw, M.A.; Claiborne, C.; Reif, R. The New York Times Magazine, October (Oct.) 25, 1970 - Richard Ottinger / Ronald Reagan / Militants Who Play with Dynamite are White
New York The New York Times 1970 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Uht, Charles; Rougier, Michael; Mardon, Allan; Dantzic, Jerry; Aller, Bill; Regan, Ken; Buckley, Tom; Rosenthal, Susan; Silano 
132 pages. Features: Adam and Eve cover; Great color fashion ads; Blackglama; Quana ties; Swank cuff links of the world; How to Merchandise an Actor on TV - article with photo of Dick Linke and his star client Andy Griffith.Miracord 770H ad features photo of Doc Severinsen; Alaska fur seal coat by The Fouke Company; Photo of Gomer Pyle (another Dick Linke client) being yelled at by his sergeant (Frank Sutton); Swakara black lamb coat from South Africa; Is Male Dominance a Sexist Plot?; The Militants Who Play with Dynamite - with mush shots of Cathlyn Platt Wilkerson, Bernardine Rae Dohrn, Dwight Alan Armstrong and Karleton Lewis Armstrong; Quiet Democratic Senatorial Candidate Richard Lawrence Ottinger; Ronald Reagan is Giving 'Em Heck - photo-illustrated article of Reagan's attempt for a second term as California Governor; Race Relations is Their Business - article with photo of black headhunter (executive search consultant) Richard Harris; Supp-hose socks ad; La Mode ad features four ladies wearing the same purple dress; Excellent Fruit of the Loom two-page color-photo ad features hunky guy in striped tank top lying in grass; Fashion photos of Haute Boutique; Photos of famous home Andalusia on the Delaware; Amazing one-page ad for the Village Voice shows riot cop with baton on top of their reporter while lady restrains cop from rear; Save the Children Federation ad features photo of John and Abby Seymour; Great photo of Bob Hope, John Wayne, Ronald Reagan, Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra - all in formal attire - at Reagan fundraiser; Photos of cosmonaut and first woman in space, Valentina Tereshkova - in training and with her husband and baby daughter; Dewar's Whisky ad features Jackie Rivett. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Sawasdee, September 2004 - Thai Airways Magazine, Bassett, Peta; Yee, Jennifer
7 Bassett, Peta; Yee, Jennifer Sawasdee, September 2004 - Thai Airways Magazine
Thailand Thai Airways 2004 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Paley, Matthieu; Marod, Palut 
76 pages. Lovely colour photography throughout. Text primarily in English. Features: Gisele photo in Jaspal ad; Excellent spas are plentiful around Thailand; Rock climbing in the stunning Krabi setting; World's top tennis stars stop off in Bangkok; Inflight service information; How to stay in good shape while in the sky; Royal Orchid Plus; and more. Clean and unmarked with light wear. A quality copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, November (Nov.) 8, 1970 -  Leroy Johnson, The Most Powerful Black Politician in Dixie, Benchley, Peter; Keniston, Kenneth; Lerner, Michael; Moraes, Dom; Hellman, Peter; Lesher, Stephan; Schiro, A.; Berman, A.; Cohen, L.; Hewitt, J.; Reif, R.
8 Benchley, Peter; Keniston, Kenneth; Lerner, Michael; Moraes, Dom; Hellman, Peter; Lesher, Stephan; Schiro, A.; Berman, A.; Cohen, L.; Hewitt, J.; Reif, R. The New York Times Magazine, November (Nov.) 8, 1970 - Leroy Johnson, The Most Powerful Black Politician in Dixie
New York The New York Times 1970 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Stewart, Hap; Regan, Ken; Tames, George; Huehnergarth, John; Wegener, Alfred; Michals, Duane; Morgan, F. Allan; Polumbaum, Ted; Dantzic, Jerry; Kantor, Tim; Flora, James; Schanberg, Sydney Ladner, Stephen 
148 pages. Features: Cover photo of barred Harlem bookstore window; Gorgeous color fashion ads; Royal Copenhagen Porcelain offered by Swank; Qiana Ties; Blackglama Mink; Piaget watches; Two-page Lan-Chile ad (Chilean airline) features three beautiful women and heading "The Savages of South America"; Zodiac SST watch; Movado watches; Five spots for New York's Midnight Chic - Maxwell's Plum (with photo of owner Warner LeRoy), Elaine's (with photo of owner Elaine Kaufman), Raffles (with photo of operator Derek Hall-Caine), Le Club (with photo of Oleg Cassini) and Hippopotamus (with photo of Manager Olivier Coquelin; The Unholy Alliance Against the Campus; Indian Revolutionaries with a Chinese Accent - photo-illustrated article on the Naxalites; Your Policy is Hereby Canceled - the difficulty of obtaining insurance in ghetto and suburb alike; Leroy Johnson Outslicks Mister Charlie - article including photo of Muhammad Ali; Swakara lamb coats; The Omega Dynamic watch; Nice ad for genuine United States Silver Dollar 17-Jewel Watches; Two-page color Cunard Line features the QE II; Johnny Carson Apparel ad features johny in blue and gold; Patek Philippe watch ad; Fantastic 'Boutiqueland' fashion photos; The Troubled Child; Photos in the homes of Kiki Kogelnik and architect David Beer, Henry Geldzahler and Eliot Janeway; Nice one-page color-photo ad for teh National Bank of North America shows brighly-dressed ladies at the door of a walk-in safe; Dewar's Whisky ad features photo of artist Leroy Neiman; Photo of John and Abby Seymour in Save the Children Federation Ad; Sunnyland Farms Pecans ad with photo of Jane and Harry; Nice back cover ad for No-Cal Root Beer says "We Ain't Got No Sugar". Average wear. Crossword completed, otherwise unmarked. A sound vintage copy 
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The Wide World Magazine - The Magazine for Everybody, November (Nov.), 1921, No. 283, Vol. XLVIII: Businessman Becomes Amateur Robinson Crusoe, Bootes, H.; Rutzebeck, H.; Golden, R.; Frings, J.; Dunlop, A.; Cunningham, E.; Dyer, C.; Forbin, V.; McKechnie, N.; Repp, E.
9 Bootes, H.; Rutzebeck, H.; Golden, R.; Frings, J.; Dunlop, A.; Cunningham, E.; Dyer, C.; Forbin, V.; McKechnie, N.; Repp, E. The Wide World Magazine - The Magazine for Everybody, November (Nov.), 1921, No. 283, Vol. XLVIII: Businessman Becomes Amateur Robinson Crusoe
New York The International New Company 1921 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Oakdale, E.G.; Wood, Stanley L.; Tennant, Dudley; Coller, H.; De Walton, John; Peddie, Tom 
88 Pages plus 16 pages of ads. Features: A Girl of the Island - a beautiful girl is shipwrecked on a lonely tropic island; A Man's Luck - Part III - Hjalmar Rutzebeck story of life and love in the Far North; The Mystery of Charlie Ross - tragic story of the kidnapping of four-year-old Charlie Ross from his home near Philadelphia; My Island of Dreams - Part I of the adventures of amateur Robinson Crusoe, J.W. Frings - with his photos; Taming the Head-Hunters - author and a party of ten police enter the little-known hill country of British North Borneo to punish a tribe of head-hunting Dyaks; Through Central America on Horseback - Part IV of Eugene Cunningham's trip by horseback through Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Salvador, and Guatemala, with his photos; Our Canoe Trip - Carleton L. Dyer and a friend canoe in the wilds of Northern Ontario; The Feast of the Vultures - a remarkable annual festival near Constantine, in Algeria; A Pocket Republic - photo-illustrated account of a visit to the remarkable Republic of Andorra; Attacked by an Octopus - a fisherman's terrible experience on the coast of California; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue. 
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The Wide World Magazine - The Magazine for Everybody, Vol. XLIV - No. 261, January (Jan.) 1920 - Two Balloonatics, Brand, J.B.; Bourne, George;Franck, H.A.; Yerburgh, The Rev. W.H.B.; White, Capt. T.W.; Thomason, Hugh; Pocock, R.; Chinnery, E.W.P.; Mander, Lionel; McMahon, (MeMahon?) T.J.; Et al
10 Brand, J.B.; Bourne, George;Franck, H.A.; Yerburgh, The Rev. W.H.B.; White, Capt. T.W.; Thomason, Hugh; Pocock, R.; Chinnery, E.W.P.; Mander, Lionel; McMahon, (MeMahon?) T.J.; Et al The Wide World Magazine - The Magazine for Everybody, Vol. XLIV - No. 261, January (Jan.) 1920 - Two Balloonatics
London George Newnes, Ltd. 1920 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Robinson, T.H.; Gillett, F.; Horne, A.E.; Cleaver, Ralph; Brightwell, L.R.; Prater, Ernest; Tennant, Dudley; Webb, Arch.; Black, A. & M.; Soper, G.; Coller, Hy. 
Pages 177-272, plus 16 pages of great ads. Features: The Blue Bandits - Part 1 - Elusive thieves operate in the Franco-Italian villages on either side of the frontier in the French department of the Hautes Alpes and the Italian district of Monte Viso; How I Lost My Christmas Dinner - hilarious story of a Christmas spent with the Maori adherents of self-styled "prophet" Rua - article with photos; On Foot Through South America - Part 2 - photo-illustrated account of Harry A. Franck's visit to Quito and his tramp through Ecuador; The Last Voyage of H.M.S. "Drake" - a vivid glimpse of the perils of convoy work and the "price of Admiralty"; ; The Trials of a Naturalist's Wife - Part 1; My Two Years' Captivity Among the Turks - Part 1of Airman Capt. T.W.White's adventures and daring escape; The Moonshiners - what happened when the author stumbled into a camp of Tennessee moonshiners; Photo of thousands of snakes at breeding time in the Klamath Falls, Oregon area; The Wonderland of the Arctic - description of a trip to Danish Greenland, with photos; In Quest of Cannibals - Part 3 - exploration and adventure in unknown New Guinea; Photo of German "Death Clock" constructed primarily of skulls and other bones; Two Balloonatics - an exciting balloon adventure from just before the war (WWI); Treasure Island - great photo-illustrated article about the remote South Pacific island of Nauru; The Mad Millionaire - how vast wealth came unexpectedly to a poor Mexican Indian, and the tragedy that ensued; The Sacred Mountain - photo-illustrated account of a picturesque Tibetan pilgrimage; The Resurrection of "Red" Wilson - an exciting story of the old days in the south-west, when the Apaches were still a terror in the land; Photo of a lakatoi (lakatois) New Guinea boat. Somewhat above-average wear. Unmarked. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue. 
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The Wide World  - The Magazine For Men, December (Dec.) 1914, No. 200, Vol. 34 - Among Head-Hunters and Cannibals / Penelope Visits Finland, Browne, J.; Heighton, J.; Thomas, T.; Armour, C.; Hollingsworth, F.; Ranee of Sarawak; Fagan, D.; Et al
11 Browne, J.; Heighton, J.; Thomas, T.; Armour, C.; Hollingsworth, F.; Ranee of Sarawak; Fagan, D.; Et al The Wide World - The Magazine For Men, December (Dec.) 1914, No. 200, Vol. 34 - Among Head-Hunters and Cannibals / Penelope Visits Finland
New York The International News Company 1914 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Gordon, Alexandre; Evans, Treyer; Pride, Sid; Somerfield, T.; Evison, G. Henry; De Walton, John; Holloway, W.H.; Elcock, H.E.; Wigfull, W.E.; Webb, A. 
Pages 102-196 pages plus 32 pages of great vintage ads. Features: The Mutiny of the "Ziba" (part I) - a brutal captain and mates are murdered by their crew; Among Head-Hunters and Cannibals - great photo-illustrated article on some of the experiences of Captain W. Sinker who for years cruised the South Sea Islands in command of the Melanesian Mission steamer "Southern Cross"; The Rivals - two men were in love with the same lady; The Bluffing of Din Mahomed - a rascally Indian postal worker is brought to justice; The Runaway Train - story from a branch line of the C. and N.W.R.R. in Nebraska; My Adventures in Sarawak (part III) - adventures of the Rajah's bride amongst 'the lovable little people'; Hona's "Tapu" - what happened to to men who attempted to brave the curse of a Maori chief upon a rich gold-reef; An Unlucky Ride - in New Zealand a man sets of on a perilous 120 mile journey to see his lady, only to arrive late and offend her; Our Travels in Safari-land (part I) - Mrs. Fred Maturin (Edith Cecil-Porch) travels through British East Africa; The Night-Watchman's Story - an 1885 tale from the steamer 'Bengal Tiger' shipping from Paducah, Kentucky, as told by Ernest Prentis; Penelope Visits Finland - holiday jaunts to the 'Land of a Thousand Lakes"; Parker's Lesson - a 1913 story of a young man from Cambridge who went to Nigeria with ideas of how the natives should be handled; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A sound copy of this great vintage issue. 
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The Illustrated London News, August (Aug.) 10, 1963 - Photos of Early Dubai, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; et al
12 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; et al The Illustrated London News, August (Aug.) 10, 1963 - Photos of Early Dubai
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch 1963 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall de Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 185-220 plus 4 pages of ads. Features: Sensational page of six photos, with text, illustrating Dubai, the primary port and one of the most progressive towns in Trucial Oman - includes the Customs Building, the new bridge, Shaikh Rashid Bin Said, a general view of the town, the Al-Gaz Hotel, the old palace, and more; Cover photo of the Queen Mother upon her 63rd birthday; Article on the Moscow Test-Ban Treaty with photo of DeGaulle; Photo of the Vickers Hovertruck in action; Photo of the Corporal missile on parade at Larkhill; Photo of Mr. David Tapp driving his tractor, The Seahorse, across the English Channel; Photo of champion racing driver Graham Hill aboard replica of a Ford Quadricycle, marking the centenary of Henry Ford who is shown separately driving a Quadricycle in 1904; Photo of spectators swarming onto the pitch at Headingley after West Indies triumph in fourth test match; Illustration of the eminent conductor, Mr. Basil Cameron; Page of fascinating text and photos explain war in Yemen between the Royalist and Republican forces; Photo of engine of wrecked WWII British bomber found in Dutch field; Photo of examination of first wreckage recovered from the U.A.R. Comet which crashed in the Indian Ocean on July 28, killing 62 persons including 26 Boy Scouts from the Philippines; Photos of Japanese Emperor Hirohito examining marine life on Hayama Beach, Japan; Dramatic photos of rescue efforts at Skopje, Yugoslavia after earthquake; Photo of Peru's president-elect, Signor Fernando Belaunde Terry; Amazing photo of huge Australian wedge-tailed Eagle named 'Widgie' landing on the arm of young John Ryder who rescued the bird when it fell from its nest in its youth; Photo of the Bishop of Caltagirone blessing and Italian cradle bound for the unborn child of President Kennedy; Photo of disarmament conference at Geneva; Photo of Orville Freeman presenting Indian peace pipe to Khrushchev on July 30; Book review of "Dieppe - The Shame And The Glory", by Terrence Robertson; Page of news and illustrations from 100 years ago includes New York riots, reoccupation of Jackson, Mississippi, by the Confederates, and balloon reconnaissance at Aldershott; One page photo of London Heliolaters (swimmers) at the Oasis Pool, Holborn, during the fifth day of the current heatwave; Delacroix Centennial exhibition in the Louvre; Illustrated article on the highways and houses of Salsisbury before redevelopment; Major coverage of biblical Shechem in Jordan - its history and current excavations; Photo of Chesterfield Cup horserace at Goodwood on July 31; Aerial photo of Eastbourne showing the Devonshire Park lawn tennis courts; Photos of personalities of the week include Dr. Carl Borgward, Lady Hudson, Sir Horace Clark, Sir Robert Chapman, Miss Claudia Mcpherson of Canada (the youngest Channel swimmer), Miss Jane Allday, six railwaymen who have become mayors in South Wales, Harold Philby (granted asylum in Russia), Jazzman Don Aloysius Gordon (freed on appeal of assault charge), John Grigg, Lord Stansgate with his wife (now Mr. Wedgwood Benn and a commoner), and Mr. St. Clair; Four photos and text of 100 foot first century Roman ship discovered in the Blackfriars mud; Two pages of amazing photos and text describe dystopian life inside a communist Chinese agricultural commune - an exclusive glimpse of life behind the bamboo curtain; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A sound copy of this wonderful issue. 
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The Illustrated London News, August (Aug.) 4, 1962 - Barry Brewster Dies Climbing the North Face of Eiger, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; et al
13 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; et al The Illustrated London News, August (Aug.) 4, 1962 - Barry Brewster Dies Climbing the North Face of Eiger
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch 1962 B000KH9SV0 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Davis, G.H.; Sorrell, Alan 
Pages 161-196 plus 4 pages of ads. Features: Cover photo of the Eiger, where Barry Brewster lost his life, plus text and more photos; Russian dock collides with the South Goodwin lightship; Photo of Simon Paterson coming ashore after swimming the English Channel underwater in just under 14 hours; Photo of Sir Oswald Mosley, leader of the pro--fascist union movement, being knocked to the ground by demonstrators in Manchester on July 29; Four photos of the Queen at Plymouth and Dartmouth; Indian forces attack Chinese post in Ladakh - article with photo; Photo of Egyptian tank and Conquerer rocket; Major Michael Banks, Lieut. Hugh Wiltshire, and John Hinde successfully climb Mount McKinley; Major E. J. E. Mills and Capt. M. R. Jones are killed 5000 feet from the summit of Khingyang Chish in the Himalayas; Photo of new French bathyscaphe, L'Archimede, which successfully plunged to a depth of 31,350 feet on July 15; Photo of First Lady Mrs. Kennedy and Col. John Glenn waterskiing near Hyannis Port Massachusetts, Photo of Russian high jumper Valeriy Brumel setting world record of 7'5" at Stanford on July 22; America's Cup sailing photos, Aerial photo of devastation caused by exploding propane truck at Berlin, New York; Honolulu crash scene photo where 27 people died when a Britannia airliner crashed while landing; Photo of triple-hulled airship under construction at Trenton, New Jersey; Two photos of NASA's "Project Apollo"; Review of "Red Plush and Black Velvet", by Joseph Wechsberg - Dame Nellie Melba was Australia's queen of song; Two pages of illustrations show how the USA proposes to land two men on the moon in a few years; Two pages of photos of the new Chelsea barracks; Fantastic centrefold aerial photo of a packed Los Angeles Dodgers baseball stadium surrounded by many acres of cars; Four illustrations of the threatened monuments of Nubia; Photos of historic English buildings to be dismantled and rebuilt elsewhere; Photos of personalities of the week include Richard Aldington, Sir Burke Trend, Sir Laurence Hellsby, W. Armstrong, the Very Rev. M. M. Gibbs, Mr. C. Dearrsley, Aelred Watkin, Lord Freyberg, V. C., Major E. J. E. Mills, Capt. M. R. Jones, Mr. J. Mannings, Mr. J. T. Molony, the Duke of Norfork, The Right Honourable T. Rinfret, P. C.; Page of photos of horses and riders at the Royal International Horse Show; One-page photo of Miss Pat's Smythe riding Flanagan at the White City; Three photos of Bubbles, the 14 foot black pilot whale at Marineland, California, performing her tricks; Beautiful one-page aerial photo of the Colossus of Chiba, Kwannon, the Japanese goddess of mercy, standing 170 feet tall; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), December 9, 1950 - General Douglas MacArthur Cover Photo / Korean War Photos, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; Elliott, Clarence; Burton, Maurice
14 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; Elliott, Clarence; Burton, Maurice The Illustrated London News (ILN), December 9, 1950 - General Douglas MacArthur Cover Photo / Korean War Photos
England The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd. 1950 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Pages 929 - 976. Features: Great cover photo of General MacArthur emerging from tent with Lieut-General Walton Walker in Korea; Three pages of excellent photos of Chinese troops in action in Korea and on parade in Peking; The Herbert Ingram Statue Controversy in Boston, Lincolnshire; Drawings by Sir William Russell Flint; A newly found visor for the Worthing Helmet; Personalities and occasions of the week - including photo of Gyanendra Bir Bikram Shah - the three-year-old king of Nepal, and Princess Elizabeth dancing at the Malta Saddle Club; Photos of fashions from 1750 and 1860; Touring Greece at Top Speed (part II) - article with photos, including Field Marshal Alexander Papagos; Photos of U.S. troops on the Manchurian border; Photos from Korea of Turkish troops cleaning their weapons, Siamese troops receiving mortar instruction, An American flag being planted on the bank of the Yalu River, a group of U.S. POWs just released by the Chinese; Photos of U.N. troops withdrawing to Pyongyang; *Awesome* centerfold photo entitled "Prayer Before Battle" shows over 100 men of the U.S. 24th Infantry Division being led in prayer on a hillside before the U.N. offensive was launched on November 24th; Photo portrait of Clement Atlee; Photos of various officials involved with the Korea crisis and Chinese intervention; Photos of lava on Mount Etna, Greek children being returned from Yugoslavia, the Pittsburgh snowstorm of November 25th, Haile Selassie making a speech; Photos of official visit of the King and Queen of Denmark to Paris; Four photos of the heir apparent to the Swedish throne, Crown Prince Carl Gustaf and his mother, Princess Sybilla; 5 scary storm photos from New York and Keyport, New Jersey - high waves and flood damage; Preserving the (English) East Coast Oyster; Nice colour ad inside back cover for Capstan cigarettes shows the Smalls Lighthouse in 1776; Lovely colour ad on back cover for Huntley & Palmer's Biscuits. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A quality vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, January (Jan.) 4, 1947: Racial Minorities of Indochina, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al
15 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al The Illustrated London News, January (Jan.) 4, 1947: Racial Minorities of Indochina
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1947 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
32 pages. Features: Cover photo of miner at work 1000 yards below grade in the Milliard Seam at Snowden Colliery, in Kent; Amazing photo of crashed Dakota aircraft atop houses at South Ruislip; Five photos of Husky and Malemute dogs which will help Rear-Admiral Richard E. Byrd's new Antarctic expedition; Miracles of salvage in Italy - five photos of monuments rebuilt from fragments; Photos of brilliant results of Italian buildings and frescoes rebuilt after the war; Article entitled Some Service Landmarks of 1946, which includes two photos from troubled Jerusalem; Six photos of an Allied forces horse race held at Okayama, Japan; Five photos of King Michael of Rumania; Three large photos illustrate the huge Abadan oil refinery and the countryside pipelines which feed it; Photo of heroic Rome fruit vendor Domenico Ferri who caught baby Pier Carlo who had fallen from 6th floor window; Photos of the crash of Trans-World Airlines (TWA) Constellation Star of Cairo, near Shannon Airport; Photos of terrible tsunami damage at Tanabe, Japan and Shinghu, Japan; Two pages of great photos illustrate radio-controlled (RC) model car racing - America's fourth most popular sport; One page photo of the Alizes on the high trapeze under the big top; Photos of personalities of the week include Lieut. Gen. Sir Leslie Hollis, Lieut. Gen. Sir J. Crocker, Lord Russell of Killowen, Harold McKenna, Prof. Paul Langevin, Prof. Hartridge, W. C. Fields, Sir Victor Mallett, the victorious United States Davis cup team, and Lord Normanand; Two photos of L. F. Lawes and his model glider fitted with a small camera to be used for photographic reconnaissance; Wonderful full-page photo of postal workers coping with a mountain of packages at Mount Pleasant; Two pages of fascinating photos of the racial minorities of Indochina, as yet undisturbed by Vietnam claims. Unmarked with average wear. Advertising front cover taped in place, otherwise a sound vintage copy. 
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The Wide World  - The Magazine For Everybody, August (Aug.) 1924, No. 316, Vol. LIII - The Fire-Walkers of Fiji / Hunting Bighorn Sheep in Mexico, C.V.T.; Johnson, G.; McLaren, J.; Hogg, J.; Wilkins, B.; Walmsley, L.; Charles, B.; Et al
16 C.V.T.; Johnson, G.; McLaren, J.; Hogg, J.; Wilkins, B.; Walmsley, L.; Charles, B.; Et al The Wide World - The Magazine For Everybody, August (Aug.) 1924, No. 316, Vol. LIII - The Fire-Walkers of Fiji / Hunting Bighorn Sheep in Mexico
New York The International News Company 1924 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Leigh, Conrad; Cameron, John; Robinson, T.H.; Davis, G.H.; Gillett, Frank; Soper, G.; York, W.G.; Crombie, Charles; Holloway, C.; Hiley, F.E.; Lloyd, Stanley 
Pages 266-352 pages plus 16 pages of great vintage ads. Features: The Crowsnest Holdup - a spectacular hold-up on the Canadian Pacific Railway and the tragic manhunt that followed; The Fire-Walkers of Fiji - a mystery that has never been solved - great photo-illustrated article; Roaming the Wild South Seas (part I) - Jack McLaren relates some of his strange and exciting experiences there; Hunting Bighorn Sheep in Mexico - a most exciting shooting trip in the wild Cocopah Mountains of Mexico - fantastic photo-illustrated article; Alone Across the Atlantic - Mr. Alain J. Gerbault sailed alone from Gibraltar to New York in 142 days; The Road to Timbuctoo (part III) - readers who enjoyed 'Three Asses in the Pyrenees" will find this narrative even more amusing; How "Mac" Won His Wife - a New Zealander abducts and marries a beautiful girl - with revengeful natives in pursuit; In Search of Sea-Monsters (part V) - F.A. Mitchell-Hedges set out in 1921 on an expedition to the Caribbean Sea and Pacific Ocean and caught multiple world-record-sized fish - article with photos; Zulliver's Travels - an ill-fated auto trip to California; Snapshots in China - great photos; Unknown Peru (part IV) - travel and adventure in the Andes - article with photos; Anstruther Gets a Job - an unemployed engineer in South Africa meets the promoter of a mine; The Two Strangers - an interesting sequel to "A Bunch of Keys" which appeared in the December 1923 issue; Great one-page illustrated General Electric locomotive ad speaks of the Mexican Railway between Orizaba and Esperanza where 10 electric locomotives will replace 25 steam locomotives; and more. Covers loose as one but present. Unmarked with average wear. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue. 
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The Saturday Evening Post, January (Jan.) 10, 1953: Commuting Through Red Germany / Baseball's Biggeset Winner, Robin Roberts of the Phillies, Carson, R.; O'Donnell, J.; Perry, G.; Paston, H.; Lubell, S.; Smith, H.; Sherrod, R.
17 Carson, R.; O'Donnell, J.; Perry, G.; Paston, H.; Lubell, S.; Smith, H.; Sherrod, R. The Saturday Evening Post, January (Jan.) 10, 1953: Commuting Through Red Germany / Baseball's Biggeset Winner, Robin Roberts of the Phillies
USA The Curtis Publishing Company 1953 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Falter, John (cover); Prohaska, Ray; D'Andrea, Bernard; Bomberger, Bruce; Prins, Ben; Smith, William A.; 
100 pages. Features: Nice snow angel cover illustration by John Falter; I Ride Nightmare Highway - James P. O'Donnell drives from Helmstedt to Berlin in 1952 and must deal with surly, unpredictable Russians at checkpoints; Debonair Dan - Dan London and his St. Francis Hotel in San Francisco, The Magnificent Innkeeper; Baseball's Biggest Winner - Robin Roberts of the Phillies; Who Elected Eisenhower?; Why Pay for Advice?; The Tiger at Red China's Heels - Color-photo-illustrated interview with Chiang Kai-shek on Formosa (Taiwan); We Made the Impossible Voyage (2nd of 3 articles) - Dr. Thomas Davis and family pilot their boat, the Miru, through 4500 miles of open sea. Fiction: A Catch for Any Woman; Forbidden Affair; Killer Bronc; The Witness Who Couldn't Talk; The Big Heat; (part 3 of 7); The Secret of the Purple Reefs (part 6 of 8). Ads: Florida Tangerines; Nice half-page color-photo ad for Stereo Realist features the Ice Follies of 1953, 17th Annual Edition; Nice two-page color ad for 1953 Ford cars; Two-page black and white ad for 1953 Plymouth cars; Sensational one-page color-photo ad for Whitman's Sampler Chocolates features large photo of Bob Hope, Bing Crosby and Dorothy Lamour in costume for the film "Road to Bali"; Nice Campbell's Soup ad; four-page color ad for General Electric presents their many achievements over 75 years; Good Year centerfold ad shows car models for every year from 1915 to 1952; Nice two-page ad for 1953 Hudson cars, the Hornet and the Wasp; Nice color-photo ad for Pan-American Airlines features their South American service with photo of couples in swimwear on Rio's Ipanema Beach; Cream of Wheat ad features Li'l Abner cartoon; Interesting one-page color-photo ad for Dell Comics shows boy in red chair, surrounded by comic characters; Nice patriotic ad by Bell Telephone features large photo of Sergeant Donald McIntyre of Chicago, who recently returned from Korea; Soiled back cover Camel ad features great photos of actor Alan Ladd. Average external wear and soiling. Unmarked. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue. 
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Oriental Art Magazine, Vol XLV No. 1, Spring 1999 - Special Porcelain Issue, Carswell, John; Impey, Oliver; De Matos, Maria Antonia Pinto; Jorg, Christiaan; De Rivera, A.; Howard D.; Crick, M.; Et al
18 Carswell, John; Impey, Oliver; De Matos, Maria Antonia Pinto; Jorg, Christiaan; De Rivera, A.; Howard D.; Crick, M.; Et al Oriental Art Magazine, Vol XLV No. 1, Spring 1999 - Special Porcelain Issue
USA Oriental Art Magazine 1999 B004UAOQ6K First Edition Paperback Fine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
114 pages. Featuring papers from The China Circle, the Export of Chinese Porcelain Round the World. Articles include: China and the Middle East; Chinese Porcelain Exported to Japan; The Portuguese Trade; Chinese Porcelain for the Dutch Market; The Spanish Market; The British East India Company's Trading to China in Porcelain; Trade with France; The Ostend Company; The German Trade; The Inter-Asiatic Dutch Porcelain Trade; The Swedish Trade; Chinese Export Porcelains for America; Imperial Export Porcelain from Late Yuan to Early Ming; and more. Clean, bright and unmarked with lightest wear. An excellent copy of this beautiful issue. 
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The Illustrated Weekly of India, February 6, 1949, Volume LXX, No. 6 - Manohara Joshi Colour Art Feature, Collett, H.J.; Sivaram, M.; Kelen, StephenThacker, Manu;Hamblett, Charles; Loo, Van; et al
19 Collett, H.J.; Sivaram, M.; Kelen, StephenThacker, Manu;Hamblett, Charles; Loo, Van; et al The Illustrated Weekly of India, February 6, 1949, Volume LXX, No. 6 - Manohara Joshi Colour Art Feature
Bombay The Illustrated Weekly of India 1949 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Joshi, Manohara (Cover); Kulkarni, S.N.; Palmer, F.E. 
72 pages. Features: Cover illustration of "Goa Street Scene" by Manohara Joshi; Full-page ad for Gemini's movie "Chandra Lekha"; Coverage of President Harry Truman's Inauguration; Durban Riots - photos and text; Photos of Pakistani dignitaries involved with Inter-Dominion Rapprochement; Nice two-page article on the Chor Bazar; Saurashtra Assembly Meets - photos; Photos of people in the news, including Sheikh Mohammed Abdullay, Prime Minister of Kashmir; Bathing the Beauty - fiction about a python; Animal Albinos; One-page colour photo of Jaipur Milkmaid with two brass pots of milk on her head and Hawai Mahal in the background; War unlikely in Europe for a decade?; Changing of the Guard in Delhi; Last of the (Moulmein) Moguls - article with photo of 36 of the 47 members of the family of Mirza Tymoor Shay; Shakespeare in Japan; Nice article on artist Manohara Joshi with three of his paintings in colour; Don Show at London's Seymour Hall; Photo of Pushpa Hans in "Apna Desh"; Photos of beautiful beadwork of Saurashtra; Photo of Inter-School Cricket Champions Anjuman-I-Islam High School; Photo of field hockey game involving Eve Edwards, Audrey rodrigues, Louise Lynn and Joy Hibbert; Nice colour back cover ad for Madorina watches. Average wear. Binding intact. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Wide World - The Magazine for Men, June, 1916, No. 218, Vol. 37 - A Holiday in Mongolia, Corson, A.; Treacher, M.; Fletcher, A.; Askew, A.; Czaplicka, M.; Lees, G.; Shepstone, H.; Rigg, W.; Bredon, J.; Lincoln, R.;
20 Corson, A.; Treacher, M.; Fletcher, A.; Askew, A.; Czaplicka, M.; Lees, G.; Shepstone, H.; Rigg, W.; Bredon, J.; Lincoln, R.; The Wide World - The Magazine for Men, June, 1916, No. 218, Vol. 37 - A Holiday in Mongolia
New York The International News Company 1916 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Austin, Winifred; Somerfield, Thomas; Evison, G.H.; Leist, Fred; Wood, Stanley L.; Smythe, E. 
Pages 97-192 plus 32 pages of vintage ads. Features: A Battle With a Bear - a young sportsman drops into a lively rough-and-tumble fight with a big black bear; Real-Life Romances of the War (part I) - Malcolm Savage Treacher, a sergeant in a famous regiment who has been invalided to England after an exciting time in the Near East sets down stories - cameos of the Great War - told to him by soldiers during his seven months' sojourn in various hospitals (part I); From Job To Job Around the World (part IV) - the continuing remarkable adventures of two young Americans who set out from San Francisco with ten dollars between them to work their way around the world - this instalment featuring their adventures in the Philippines, with photos; The Darkest Hour (part I) - Our experiences in the Great Serbian Retreat; A Year in Arctic Siberia (part II) - a well-known Polish lady describes her experiences in the little-known regions of far-northern Siberia; The Strategy of Sister Madeleine - the story of a French Captain's Escape from the Germans; The River That Won't Behave - the mighty Mississippi regularly floods enormous areas - article with many dramatic photos; Fallen Among Thieves - the author finds himself in a very nasty hole after taking a job offered him by strangers; A Holiday in Mongolia - Juliet Bredon offers a chatty description, illustrated with photos - of a trip into Mongolia on donkey-back; A Prisoner of the Rocks - F. Hopkins Graves was caught in a British Columbia avalanche and only escaped death by a miracle, only to find himself caught in a veritable rat trap among the rocks which he only escaped after two days; Photo of terrible street-car accident in Spokane, Washington; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A sound copy of this great vintage issue. 
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