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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, November (Nov.) 2, 1964, Blair Fraser; Ian Sclanders; Alan Phillips; Richard J. Needham; Norman Phillips; Dr. Benge Atlee; Jack Batten; Don Newlands; et al
1 Blair Fraser; Ian Sclanders; Alan Phillips; Richard J. Needham; Norman Phillips; Dr. Benge Atlee; Jack Batten; Don Newlands; et al Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, November (Nov.) 2, 1964
Toronto Maclean-Hunter 1964 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Sid Barron; 
52 pages. Features: How Canada helped Communist China gain a foothold in Africa; Why New Brunswick's bid for one big maritime province never got off the ground; The Warren Report - new boost for the Kennedy memorabilia industry; Merv McKenzie and the Toronto-based campaign to unseat Cassius Clay; Roy Peterson cartoon of Bob Thompson/Real Caouette (Social Credit); Let's stop kidding ourselves about civil defense; Can Canada win the U.S. Election? - should Canada hope for a win by Goldwater or Johnson?; The Cranky conclusions of un-American Canadian Ian Sclanders; The Egg and Donald Shaver - this iron-willed Canadian peddles millions of chickens in 44 countries - fascinating photo-illustrated article; The Happiest Canadians - Newfoundlanders; Norman Philipps and his life and hard times as a Royal Baby-Sitter; Dr. Benge Atlee - the two things wrong with our schools is what they teach and how they teach it;Comeback of the Six-Day Grind - the six-day bicycle race is making a comeback in Canada (in Montreal) - great article with photos; The vanishing Sons of Freedom (Doukhobors) and the tough reporter, Simma Holt, who's finally told their story; Canadian Club ad features photos of Simon Khoury flying on kite behind boat; and more. Above-average external wear and soiling. Unmarked. Binding intact. A worthy reference copy. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, April 1938 - The Glamour of New Egypt / The Broke the Power of the Medicine Men, Bonnell, James F.; Batten, H.; Gribble, L.; Roberts, T.; Atlee, B.; Peters, J.; Phayre, I.; Godsell, P.; Brown, J.; Bayne, E.
2 Bonnell, James F.; Batten, H.; Gribble, L.; Roberts, T.; Atlee, B.; Peters, J.; Phayre, I.; Godsell, P.; Brown, J.; Bayne, E. National Home Monthly Magazine, April 1938 - The Glamour of New Egypt / The Broke the Power of the Medicine Men
Winnipeg National Home Monthly / Stovel 1938 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Thorne, Diana (cover); Holmgren, John; Thorne, Diana; Clymer, John F.; Watson, Emmett; Smith, Ralph C.; Phillips, John 
76 pages. Features: Nice cover illustration of dogs looking at spring robin in tree; News items include - The land where they know it all (Russia), A 'Tough-Minded Arguer, The Will as a Life-Force, The Spiirit of Fair Play, Too Much Commercialism, German's 'Readjustment', In Fascist Italy, Russia's New Revolution, and Northern Ireland; One-page photo ad for the Frigidaire fridge with new silent 'meter-miser'; Nice one-page colour-illustrated Simmons mattress ad shows young lady having sweet dreams; The Glamour of "New" Egypt - photo-illustrated article of this nation, including photo of His Majesty King Farouk and his new Queen, plus a photo of Queen-Mother Nazli and three of the King's sisters with his Queen, Farida, at St. Moritz; All That Goes Up (short story); The Orphan (short story); The Spiked Gunn (short story); The Broke the Power of the Medicine Men - fascinating photo-illustrated true-crime article involving the native peoples of Northern Manitoba; Fruits of Defeat (short story); The 3 Daughters of De Monaye (part II); Looking Two Ways in Sport - vintage sports article talks about hockey and includes photos of figure skaters Montgomery Wilson and Miss Eleanor O'Meara, plus boxer 'Baby' Yack, Canadian Bantamweight champion; Lovely one-page 1938 Chevrolet ad shows green car; Nostalgic one-page Heinz soup ad shows 1930's gent about to take a slurp; Italian tourism half-page ad; Nice half-page Canadian National ad features photos of their Jasper destination; Hollywood news includes photos of Marlene Dietrich, Merle Oberon, Bobbie Breen, and many more; Parker Vacumatic ad features photo of advice-giver Dorothy Dix; Vintage half-page ad for Sun Life features photo of mom with kids; Sweet Caporal ad features photo of dog Volhynia Kyra ("Silver") owned by Mrs. H. Randolph Casgrain of Westmount, Quebec; Nice photo-illustrated fashion article; Easter cooking article; Article about how every woman 'shall keep romance alive'; Colour half-page ad by the Government of Canada includes illustration of the Canada Building at the 1938 Empire Exhibition in Scotland; World Sayings; Maxwell House coffee ad inside back cover; Congoleum flooring ad on back cover; and more. Centre page loose but present. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
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The Illustrated London News, November (Nov.)14, 1936: Gen. Franco Cover Photo Portrait, Bryant, Arthur; et al
3 Bryant, Arthur; et al The Illustrated London News, November (Nov.)14, 1936: Gen. Franco Cover Photo Portrait
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch 1936 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Brewer, Henry C. 
Pages 849-894. Features: Cover photo of Gen. Franco; Photo of G. A. D. Ogilvie-Forbes, the British chargé d'affaires in Madrid; Photo of Don Francisco Largo Caballero, Prime Minister of Spain; Photo of Spanish boys drilling as "Arrows" (the equivalent of the Italian Balilla) at Burgos; Two pages of graphic photos entitled The Battle for Madrid - the capital of Spain as the converging point of the Civil War; Two pages of photos entitled In the Madrid Sector - Gen. Franco's redoubtable troops - Moors, Legionnaires, and other insurgent forces superior to their enemies in tactics; Book review of "Three Sea Journals of Stuart Times", by Dawtrey Cooper; One page illustration of the King George V national memorial; Photo illustrated article on pioneer work at Chanhu-Daro, an unexplained site in the Indus Valley - arts, industry, and sanitation of the Harappa period, with relics of another epoch hitherto unknown; Page of photos of ancient sanitation technology in India - drainage, wells, and baths; Page of photos of toys used in India 5000 years ago; Page of photos depicting the beginnings of Indian sculpture - figurines from Chanhu-Daro; Page of photos and text explain prehistoric Indian bead-making; Rediscovery of Rembrandt masterpiece "Juno"; Page of photos illustrating the assault on Madrid and its approaches - bomb and shell havoc, street defences, and some of Gen. Franco's Moroccan troops; Britain's formidable new "Harrow" bomber - three photos of its mass production; Five photos illustrate present Roosevelt's (FDR's) sweeping victory; Centrefold photo of the king laying wreath at the Cenotaph in Whitehall on the 18th anniversary of Armistice Day; Photos of funeral of Adm. of the Fleet Sir John Kelly; Two photos of Miss Jean Batten in New Zealand after her record-breaking flight from England; Photo of the first ruler of Mysore to leave India - H.H. the Maharajah, H.H. The Yuvaraja, and prince Jayachamarajendra are all shown riding an elephant; Photos of personalities of the week include G. Ridley, Gerald Hawken Knight, Gerard Mackworth young, air Vice Marshal C. L. Courtney, H. Clifford Smith, C. H. Sampson, Sir John Kelly, Arthur Evans, Polish Foreign Minister Col. Beck and Mme. Beck with Anthony Eden, Sir Arthur K. Yapp, the Rev. Pat McCormick, and the right Rev. C. E. Curzon; Article explains how freak goldfish are produced; 12 photos of mongoose "Rikki" - home pet and film star; Four photos of duel to the death between mongoose and cobra; Nine photos illustrate Libya under Italian occupation, including photo of air marshal Balbo; Classy one page ad for Austin Reed men's fashions; One-page Johnnie Walker ad shows him playing solitaire; Halfpage classy photo ad for Rolls-Royce; Halfpage illustrated ad for Cooper and Co. Outer advertising pages not included. Centrefold loose but present. All contents present. Unmarked with above-average wear. A worthy reference copy. 
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Maclean's Magazine, January (Jan.) 23, 1965 - Maureen Forrester, Callwood, Joan; Katz, S.; Gilmour, C.; Town, Harold; Batten, J.; Christie, Robert C.; Staebler, E.; Hazlitt, T.; Et al
4 Callwood, Joan; Katz, S.; Gilmour, C.; Town, Harold; Batten, J.; Christie, Robert C.; Staebler, E.; Hazlitt, T.; Et al Maclean's Magazine, January (Jan.) 23, 1965 - Maureen Forrester
Toronto Maclean-Hunter Limited 1965 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 
Features: Colour ad for the 1965 Pontiacs inside front cover; Crisis in our Classrooms - a disturbing report by June Callwood; Ohio uses a "Hospital Information System" to order drugs, assign duties, etc. in an effort to put the nurses back into nursing; Everything always comes up roses for Maureen Forrester - a look into her life and family, with photos; To Canada, with love and hisses - Harold Town; The return of hockey's proudest warrior, Ted Lindsay, with great photo; Our quiet war over peace, politicians vs. the people; Death stalks our last wild horses; Norma Bearcroft fights for the wild horses; Retired RCAF squadron leader Hugh Campbell writes that the Americans are their own worst enemies in Vietnam. Average wear. A sound copy. 
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Today Magazine, 1 November 1980 - Rompin' Ronnie Hawkins, Camp, Dalton; Carson, Susan; McLean, Stuart; McRrae, Earl; Batten, Jack
5 Camp, Dalton; Carson, Susan; McLean, Stuart; McRrae, Earl; Batten, Jack Today Magazine, 1 November 1980 - Rompin' Ronnie Hawkins
Toronto Today Magazine Inc. 1980 First Edition Paperback Very Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
24 pages. Features: Dalton Camp; A Mother at 15 - Childbirths are on the rise among younger girls; Cathy Wilson and Martin and Downs Circus - Canada's last remaining 'Mud Show' visits Nipawin, Saskatchewan - article with great colour photos; The Last Romp - Ronnie Hawkins at 45; Table Tennis Miracle Spin - Tricks of the Trade #3 - Errol Caetano makes the ball move in mysterious ways; and more. Clean and unmarked with light wear. A high-quality copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, December (Dec.) 14, 1935:, Chesterton, G. K.; Et al
6 Chesterton, G. K.; Et al The Illustrated London News, December (Dec.) 14, 1935:
London The Illustrated London News 1935 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Spurrier, Steven; Cundall, Charles 
Pages 1077-1116. Features: Cover photo of the five-power conference to negotiate a new international treaty for the limitation of naval armaments; Illustration of the great Finnish composer M. Jean Sibelius on the occasion of his 70th birthday; Page of illustrations of naval cruisers of Britain, Japan, Germany and Italy - a reduction problem for the five-power naval conference; Page of reproductions of archival illustrations of historic precedents for Lord De Clifford's trial; Photos of air raids on Dessie - Italian bonds damaged the palace of the Crown Prince just after the Emperor of Abyssinia had left it to me: Article discusses "What is Electricity?"; Page of illustrations present electricity as a "new servant"of man; Oil - the diplomatic problem of the hour - three pages of photos of the modern oil industry; A unique complex of bronze age Irish ring-forts - new discoveries of unusual interest, at Cush, in the County Limerick; Page of photos of newly found relics of Celtic Ireland in the Bronze Age; a 12th-century Irish reliquary - the shrine of St. Manchan - text and photos; Page of photos of anteaters Map of the present Abyssinian Empire; Two-page illustration of the boiler furnaces of the "Queen Mary" being lit; Photo of rioting in Lahore; Photo of a large band of Sikhs overlooked by mounted police during a pause in their march to Lahore for Shahidi day; One page colour ad says Guinness is good for oysters - good for you; Colour centrefold illustration of the "Silver Jubilee Procession"; Nice colour one-page ad for Craven 'A' cigarettes with Christmas motif; Photos of personalities of the week include: the Oxford and Cambridge rugby teams, E. O. W. Hunt, George A Strasser, his Majesty Haile Selassie, Señor Manuel Quezon, the Bishop of Salisbury, Lord De Clifford, Thomas Marlowe, C. Hayden Coffin, and the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester in Ulster with their hostess, Lady Brooke; Photos of survivors of the "Silverhazel" being rescued near the US destroyer "Bulmer"; Photo of the new Commonwealth of the Philippines being inaugurated at the legislative building in Manila; Photo of Signor Mussolini reading a restrained speech in the Italian chamber on the sanctions situation; Photo of saluting Italian war widows and mothers at the unknown warrior's tomb; Photo of Miss Jean Batten's damaged airplane on Araruama Beach, Brazil; Photo of the Wiley Post and Will Rogers aviation beacon recently placed on the George Washington Bridge in New York; Photo of wrecked Belgian airliner in Kent which crashed killing 11; Photos of Sir John Carden and Capt. Jean Schoonbroodt; Photo of Mr. S. V. Appleby crossing the channel in a "Flying flea"; One-page South Africa travel ad features illustration of native Village scene; One-page illustrated ad for Booth's matured dry gin; One page ad for the Vauxhall big six saloon; Review of "Steel of Empire", by John Murray Gibbon; Halfpage illustrated Estorial (Portugal) travel ad; One-page ad promotes Austria as the 'ski paradise'; article discusses economic 'stabilization' and it's difficulties; and more. Centrefold loose but present. Outer advertising pages not included. Unmarked with average wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, May 16, 1936: Mussolini (Il Duce) Cover Photo, Chesterton, G. K.; Et al
7 Chesterton, G. K.; Et al The Illustrated London News, May 16, 1936: Mussolini (Il Duce) Cover Photo
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch 1936 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Pages 843- 890. Features: Front cover photo portrait of Mussolini with King Victor Emmanuel of Italy, proclaimed Emperor of Abyssinia; Nice photo of Mrs. Amy Mollison, who made a record flight from Gravesend to the Cape of Good Hope; Photos of King Faruk returning to Cairo from England;M. Drouillet is arrested after gallant escapade in the impounded airplane of the Emperor of Abyssinia; Photo of first funeral service in an RAF plane, for aircraftman William Watkin; Photo of the car in which King Alexander and M. Barthou were assassinated being presented to Yugoslavia by France; Photo-illustrated article entitled The Doom of the Mountain Zebra; Photo of Dr. Herms' insect killing lamp; Interesting one-page photo of an unusual French military ceremony - the presentation of the standard of the 505th Regiment of tanks, at the Vannes; One-page photo of the stratosphere, "dust sphere", and the Earth's curvature - from the highest point ever reached (72,395') - taken over South Dakota during a record-breaking balloon ascent; One page photo of the highest vertical photograph ever made - South Dakota from over 13 miles above it; Two pages of photos illustrate the ongoing discovery of unexploded World War I munitions (these shells are salvaged by a French Desobusage company); Photo illustrated article on a "Mystery" tomb found intact beside the second pyramid; Large photo of huge crowd assembled to hear Mussolini announce Italy's sovereignty over Abyssinia; Photo of Mussolini presiding over the fascist Grand Council; Two pages of photos show the defeated Emperor of Abyssinia in exile - Haile Selassie and his Empress take refuge in Palestine; Photos of personalities of the week include Prince Mohamed Aly, H. G. G. Payne, Miss Beatrice Harraden, Sir Firoz Khan Noon, Edward Laurillard, Miss Jean Batten, Mr. Charles Laughton, M. Serge Lifar, Sir Alfred Watson, S. J. Camp, Louis Silken, Dr. Oswald Spengler, and the Duke of York; Page of photos of prominent figures in the inquiry into the alleged leakage of budget information; Recommended site for statue to memorialize King George; Photo inside the Moose River disaster - where the entombed man spent most of their 242 hours below ground; Photo of funeral for Mr. Magill who died in the Moose River mine disaster; Photo of the Princess of Nagode after her marriage to the Maharajah of Sirmur; Two pages of photos of birds of Galapagos; one-page Guinness ad features Alice in Wonderland motif; One-page Harrods ad features bedroom suite; Photos of the wind tunnel at Chiswick which are used to test transit buses; One-page Austin Reed men's fashion ad; Halfpage photo ad for the Alvis limousine; Back cover ad for Douglas Stuart (Stuart House of London). Faint store stamp to advertising front cover. Please note: pages 867-868 not included. One page loose but present. Moderate wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Pictorial Weekly Magazine, March 24, 1928, No. 1,503, Vol. CXVI - Tales of the Flying Squad, Dilnot, George; Wren, P.C.; Kennedy, Rev. G.A. Studdert (Woodbine Willie); Lee, J. Harwood; Batten, H. Mortimer; Diston, A. Marshall; Stout, E. Almaz; Lowe, James B.; Greenwood, A.G.
8 Dilnot, George; Wren, P.C.; Kennedy, Rev. G.A. Studdert (Woodbine Willie); Lee, J. Harwood; Batten, H. Mortimer; Diston, A. Marshall; Stout, E. Almaz; Lowe, James B.; Greenwood, A.G. Pictorial Weekly Magazine, March 24, 1928, No. 1,503, Vol. CXVI - Tales of the Flying Squad
London Amalgamated Press, Ltd. 1928 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Leicester, Florence M. 
Pages 201-240. Features: Tales of the Flying Squad - Crook Catching on Wheels - photo illustrated article; The Quest - another fine story of the Foreign Legion; Jealousy Between Lovers - a necessity, otherwise, a curse; The Gramophone - an appealing short story; The Struggle of the Giants - a wonderful (Football Association Challenge) cup season - article with photos; The Otter's Inn - a popular nature story; When Parliament Gasped! - great illustrated article of drama on the floor of the House; How to get your garden going; Shadowed Love - a man's love for two women; Illustrated Amami Shampoos ad; The Real Swanee - photo-illustrated article about the film 'Uncle Tim's Cabin"; The Uninvited Guest - short story; and more. Staples disintegrated. Above-average but not excessive wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Fine Homebuilding Magazine, June/July 1992 - No. 75: Framing Coffered Ceilings, Dunkley, Don; Lawrence, Greg; Thomsen, Jay; Hagstrom, Carl; Katz, Howard; Zepp, Donald E.; Birchard, John; Guazzoni, Alan; Kimball, Herrick; Sygar, Richard; Kaercher, Bruce C.; Nash, George; Joyce, Tom; Corlis, Michael
9 Dunkley, Don; Lawrence, Greg; Thomsen, Jay; Hagstrom, Carl; Katz, Howard; Zepp, Donald E.; Birchard, John; Guazzoni, Alan; Kimball, Herrick; Sygar, Richard; Kaercher, Bruce C.; Nash, George; Joyce, Tom; Corlis, Michael Fine Homebuilding Magazine, June/July 1992 - No. 75: Framing Coffered Ceilings
USA The Taunton Press, Inc. 1992 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 
118 pages. Features: Building Coffered Ceilings; Chimney With a Twist; Freestanding Addition; Updating the Rafter Square; Installing Board-and-Batten Siding; Pondside Gazebo; Making Plastic-Laminate Countertops; Small, But Sited Right - Seashore Cottage; Electric-Radiant-heated floors; Renovating old Porches; Architectural Ironwork; Room to Mingle - laminated ribs, site-built trusses and headerless clerestories highlight a spacious living area. Somewhat above-average wear. A sound copy. 
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Pictorial Weekly Magazine, January 28, 1928, No. 1,495, Vol. CXV - Scandal of Stage Fashions / Woodbine Willie, Grayson, Kenward; Harley, Brian; Kennedy, Rev. G.A. Studdert  (Woodbine Willie); Bloom, Ursula; Keenor, Fred; Batten, H. Mortimer; Chute, Margaret;  Bradford, Dorothy; Bridges, T.C.; Wilkinson, T.W.
10 Grayson, Kenward; Harley, Brian; Kennedy, Rev. G.A. Studdert (Woodbine Willie); Bloom, Ursula; Keenor, Fred; Batten, H. Mortimer; Chute, Margaret; Bradford, Dorothy; Bridges, T.C.; Wilkinson, T.W. Pictorial Weekly Magazine, January 28, 1928, No. 1,495, Vol. CXV - Scandal of Stage Fashions / Woodbine Willie
London Amalgamated Press, Ltd. 1928 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Malcolm 
Pages 401-440. Features: The Truth About Those "Undress" Shows - where is the modern stage fashion leading us? - argues for stricter censorship over stage 'fashions' - with reproductions of scandalous photos; The Man Who Hadn't a Chance (story); What Did Christ Mean? - who are the meek and how can they inherit the earth?; Mother Love - an appealing little story; How the Cup is Won - secrets of the great vitory final by the Captain of Cardiff's winning team last season - article with photo; A Stranger in the Wild - a January nature story; Making the "Stars" Twinkle - some facts about filmland's unseen army, the people who do the behind-the-scenes work - article with photos, including "Our Gang" kids and an aerial photo of the MGM lot; Photo of 'land yacht' (early RV); Photo of world champion unicyclist Walter Nilsson riding on top of the Cheops pyramid; Adventure - a short story; Wit of the Week; Fishing With a Kite! - Photo-illustrated article about queer ways of catching the ocean's finny monsters, including photo of Rex Ingram with a huge fish he caught off Florida; Angel Esquire (continued); The World's Largest Building Society - The Halifax Building Society - started in a coffee house and now has capital of 40 million pounds. Openings along coverfold. Clean six-inch opening to central portion of front cover and following several pages, apparently by an errant knife cut. Above-average but not excessive wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, January (Jan.) 1938 - Vancouver's Junior G-Men / London's Famous Underground, Gribble, L.; Luther, M.; batten, H.; Christie, Agathat.; Watson, W.; Sapera, M.; Dickie, F.; Et al
11 Gribble, L.; Luther, M.; batten, H.; Christie, Agathat.; Watson, W.; Sapera, M.; Dickie, F.; Et al National Home Monthly Magazine, January (Jan.) 1938 - Vancouver's Junior G-Men / London's Famous Underground
Winnipeg National Home Monthly / Stovel 1938 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Smith, Hal (cover); Clymer, John F.; Smith, Ralph C.; Thorne, Diana; Clymer, John F. 
48 pages. Features: Nice cover illustration of lady on red background; Nice colour-photo ad for Swift's Premium bacon inside front cover; Brief news items include The Ledger of Life, A Good Resolution, The Glow of True Happiness, We are Mostly All Strangers, and Improved Seeing and Knowing; Nice one-page ad for two new Ford V-8 cars for 1938, the Standard Ford V-8 Tudor and the De Luxe Ford V-8 Fordor; Editorials touch on - The Farmer and the Income Tax, Fascist Influence in the New World, Sources of Wealth, and World Trade; Attractively illustrated one-page McLaughlin Buick ad features a blue Series 46-19, Five-Passenger Sedan with Trunk; London's Famous Underground - photo-illustrated article; The Batley Inheritance (short story); Liberal Reward (short story); The Vagabonds (short story); Junior G-Men - photo-illustrated article on Vancouver Police Constable Ronald Eveleigh and his initiative to reduce juvenile delinquency; Strange Achievement - Charles E. Jones is founder of the world bird sanctuary at Collingwood East, a suburb of Vancouver, B.C.; The Murder on the Links (part III/3 of this Agatha Christie story); Mystery Man of Golf - Laverne Moore, alias Johnny Montague - article with photos; Sweet Caporals ad features photo of dog 'Rathlin Roundalay', owned by Miss Katherine Savage of Montreal West, Quebec; Hollywood news with photos of Andrea Leeds, Nita NAldi, Lily Pons, Barbara Stanwyck, Herbert Marshall, Douglass Montgomery, Jean Parker, and more; Photo of Alice Faye in Woodbury Cold Cream ad; Scott's Emulsion ad includes Old Scottie comic; Article on Curling; Beauty article; Cooking article; Recipes; How to make a dinner mat; World Sayings; Nice colour ads inside back cover for Lifebuoy (lady in tub), and Rinso (lady on cliff); Canadian fish ad on back cover; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
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The Canadian/Star Weekly Magazine, 29 January - 5 February 1966: Russia Vs. Canada in Hockey / Harry Saltzman Got the James Bond Boom Going, Gzowski, Peter; Mayer, Ian; Batten, Jack; Belanger, John; Stephenson, Bill; Meyer, Helen; Nicol, Eric; Grant, Maggie
12 Gzowski, Peter; Mayer, Ian; Batten, Jack; Belanger, John; Stephenson, Bill; Meyer, Helen; Nicol, Eric; Grant, Maggie The Canadian/Star Weekly Magazine, 29 January - 5 February 1966: Russia Vs. Canada in Hockey / Harry Saltzman Got the James Bond Boom Going
Toronto Southstar Publishers 1966 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Newlands, Don; O'Neill, Terry; Sebert, John 
26 pages. Features: Fantastic Russia vs. Canada hockey photo; Feature Article by Peter Gzowski - The Russians May be as Good as the NHL's Worst - with six sensational colour photos; The Wily Ways of Georges Lemay - he escaped from Dade County Jail; The Flick That Out-Bonds James - The 10th Victim - article with magnificent colour photos of Ursulla Andress, Marcello Mastroianni and Elsa Martinelli; Harry Saltzman - The Canadian Who Got the James Bond Boom Going - article with great full-page photo of Pussy Galore sitting on his lap; Women Can't Cook - Especially in February; The Quo Vadis School of Nursing - photos and article about this Toronto school which teaches women between the ages of 30 and 50; Motorcycle colour fashion photo feature; and more. Clean and unmarked with light wear. A quality vintage copy. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, November (Nov.) 1936 - With Hitler in His Summer Chalet / Mapping the World's Last Secrets / Calgary Group Nursing Society, Hansen, N.; L'Ami, C.; Batten, H.; Marlowe, F.; Rousseau, V.; Atlee, B.; Watson, T.; Fitz-Gerald, W.; Passingham, W.; Brown, J.; Kells, E.; Keith, J.
13 Hansen, N.; L'Ami, C.; Batten, H.; Marlowe, F.; Rousseau, V.; Atlee, B.; Watson, T.; Fitz-Gerald, W.; Passingham, W.; Brown, J.; Kells, E.; Keith, J. National Home Monthly Magazine, November (Nov.) 1936 - With Hitler in His Summer Chalet / Mapping the World's Last Secrets / Calgary Group Nursing Society
Winnipeg National Home Monthly / Stovel 1936 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Hoff, Guy (cover); Smith, Ralph C.; Watson, Emmett; Clymer, John F.; Holmgren, John; Valentine, A.C.; Maltman, W.; Diamond, Samuel; Phillips, John 
72 pages. Features: Wonderful colour-photo ad for Westinghouse blue ribbon air-pilot radio inside front cover; One-page ad for Waterman's Pens asks 'What goes on inside?'; Editorial discusses the abuse heaped upon Communism and Social Credit in Canada; Lady and the Blink Lkippe (short story); The Dragon (short story); On Holiday with Hitler in his Summer Chalet - photo-illustrated article; The Guy (short story); No Compromise (short story); The Little Corporall (short story); Mapping the World's Last Secrets - photo-illustrated article on the work of the Air Survey company; Comes the Revolution - There is nothing left in the world of sport that may be enjoyed exclusively by the idle rich; Ghe Clue of the Twisted Letter; One-page Cream of Wheat ad features photo of cute little boy in leather football helmet; One-page Parker Pen ad features photo of marathon runner; Business News; Movie news with photos of Paul Muni, Luise Rainer, Jean Arthur, Joel McCrea, Eric Blore, Robert Montgomery, and more; Beauty article; Furniture article; Ad for Red Seal cedar chests; Fish cooking article; Nice one-page colour-illustrated Windsor Salt ad; One-page ad for Heinz canned Spaghetti and Macaroni; Recipes; Should Parents on Relief (Welfare) Have More Children?; World Sayings; Nice colour-comic illustrated back cover Oxydol ad includes inset photos of Mrs. Katharine Case and Mrs. C.R. Bair; and more. Spine partly rolled. Average wear and soiling. A worthy copy of this nice vintage issue. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, July 1939 - Davis Cup Review / Great Britain's Naval Air Arm, Healy, W.; Stewart, Dr. H.; Cartland, B.; Batten, H.; King, S.; Brown, J.; Albert H.; Mosley, L.; Bayne, E.; Ardwyn, L.; Dutton, G.
14 Healy, W.; Stewart, Dr. H.; Cartland, B.; Batten, H.; King, S.; Brown, J.; Albert H.; Mosley, L.; Bayne, E.; Ardwyn, L.; Dutton, G. National Home Monthly Magazine, July 1939 - Davis Cup Review / Great Britain's Naval Air Arm
Winnipeg Stovel / National Home Monthly 1939 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Sambrook, Russell (cover); Garland, C. George; Thorne, Diane; Clymer, John F.; Smith, Ralph C. 
44 pages. Features: Colour cover illustration of clown by Russell Sambrook; News briefs include - the Roosevelt telegram and its sequel, the 'Halt-Hitler' bloc, Enigmatic Russia, the Perplexities of Poland, French 'Rightists', and British Conscription; Davis Cup Review - Tennis article with photos of Adrian Quist, Jack Bromwich, Gene Mako, and Bobby Riggs; I Visit Those Other Canada's - photo-illustrated article of a trip to Scandinavia; Did I Remember to Tell You I Adore You? (short story); Vrechan, a Man's Dog (short story); Girl Alone (short story); The Eyes of the Navy - photo-illustrated article on Britain's Naval Air Arm; If I Die Before I Wake (short story); Palmolive Soap ad includes illustration of the Dionne Quints; Hollywood news and photo of Richard Carlson; Lux soap ad includes photos of Barbara Stanwyck; Five photos from film "The Wizard of Oz"; Get Ready for the Tennis Season; Your Place in the Sun - the sun and your skin; The Bride, The Food and the Man - cooking advice; Photo of Fanny Brice in Maxwell House coffee ad; Pond's Cold Cream ad features two photos of the Lady Ursula Stewart and the Lady Betty Bourke; and more. Unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A sound copy of this great vintage issue. 
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The National Home Monthly Magazine, July 1933 - The Man Who Taught London to Dance, Howard-Burleigh, F.S.; Field, W.J.; Turnour, R.M.; Roberts, T.G.; Batten, H.M.; Dickie, F.; Thompson, W.; Pearson, M.; Lamsley, A.; Horwood, W.; Connor, R.; Murray, D.; McNellis, A.; Cole, L.O.; Griffis, E.
15 Howard-Burleigh, F.S.; Field, W.J.; Turnour, R.M.; Roberts, T.G.; Batten, H.M.; Dickie, F.; Thompson, W.; Pearson, M.; Lamsley, A.; Horwood, W.; Connor, R.; Murray, D.; McNellis, A.; Cole, L.O.; Griffis, E. The National Home Monthly Magazine, July 1933 - The Man Who Taught London to Dance
Canada The National Home Monthly 1933 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Clymer, John F. (cover); Smith, Ralph C.; Little, John; Matteson, B.V.V.; Valentine, A.C.; Horwood, V.W. 
52 pages. Features: Charming cover illustration of calf kicking up its legs in the spring flowers; One-page Chipso photo ad features the Williams family - Thomas Vance, Calvin Edward, Mrs. Calvin C., Stephen, Charles Judson and Henry Kerr; One-page yeast ad features large photo of Dr. Gudzent of the University of Berlin; Nice one-page Pontiac ad features yellow Economy Straight 8; Order to View (short story); Green Mantle (short story); Restoration Work in France - photo-illustrated article on work done to preserve Versailles and Fontainbleau for posterity; Small Talk (short story); Beating the Star (short story); At the Edge of the Great Unsurveyed (short story); Wedding Bells Around the World - photo-illustrated article on world wedding traditions; The Man Who Taught London to Dance - photo-illustrated article on Santos Casani; A Gabled House; Pond's cold cream one-page ad features photos of Lady Diana Manners; The British Way; Nicely illustrated one-page Maxwell House coffee ad; Laboratory in the Snow - Dr. H.R. Wolf of General Motors tests cars in the winter conditions of Saskatchewan; Lovely one-page colour ad for Swift's Premium Hams; Great one-page Chevrolet truck ad includes diagrams of 10 interesting vehicles; Three pages of photos of movie stars; Radioland - article on radio stars; Movie reviews; Little Rambles in Hollywood; Champion spark plug ad includes photo of Mr. S.G. Baits, Chief Engineer of Hudson-Essex of Canada, Ltd.; Easter cookery ad; One-page illustrated ad for the Northern Electric Model 800 Gurney Range with automatic oven; Fashion article with illustrations; Lovely colour Palmolive soap ad inside back cover features elegant lady in long maroon gown; Crisco colour ad on back cover; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this nice vintage issue. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, August (Aug.) 1936 - Lacrosse Comes Back! / The Future of Canadian Trade, Hughes, E.; Stacey, B.; Peters, J.; Batten, H.; Roberts, T.; Jackson, M.; Billett, M.; Ives, M.; Mowery, W.; Brown, J.; Deachman, R.; Kennedy, R.
16 Hughes, E.; Stacey, B.; Peters, J.; Batten, H.; Roberts, T.; Jackson, M.; Billett, M.; Ives, M.; Mowery, W.; Brown, J.; Deachman, R.; Kennedy, R. National Home Monthly Magazine, August (Aug.) 1936 - Lacrosse Comes Back! / The Future of Canadian Trade
Winnipeg National Home Monthly / Stovel 1936 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Gulbransen, S. (cover); Holmgren, John; Watson, Emmett; Thorne, Diana; Maltman, W.; Clymer, John F.; Marchant, Hal.; Diamond, Samuel; Smith, Ralph C.; Phillips, John 
56 pages. Features: Nice cover illustration of diver; Heinz soup ad inside front cover says "Soups Must Be Coaxed"; One-page Sweet Caporal ad features large photo of "Whisky", a 5-year-old wire-haired Fox Terrier owned by Miss Nancy Shorey of Montreal; News digest includes Mr. Woodsworth and the cause of crime, Grand Forks, B.C. and its bonds, what next in Alberta with Mr. Aberhart and his new Social Credit government, the ambitions of Italy and Japan, Sir Norman Angell criticizes the League of Nations and, how musical and dramatic festivals eased the recent misfortunes of Saskatchewan; Bagataway (Lacrosse) is Back - rare vintage article on the resurgence of lacrosse with photos of the late Billy Fitzgerald, Fred Rowntree, Norman Harshaw, Neil Felker, the late Lawson Whitehead and and old-time mid-Victorian era player in uniform; Square Shooter (short story); The Man in the Empty Chair (short story); Man Proposes (short story); The Future of Canadian Trade - article explores the future of Canada's export trade, with graphs and photos; The Dark Trail (short story); The Pistol (short story); A Roll of Bills (short story); The Smooth Silence (short story); Movie news with many photos including Roland Young, Loretta Young, Franchot Tone, E.E. Clive, Jessie Ralph, Shirley Temple, Henry Armetta, Katharine Hepburn, Kay Francis, Victor Varconi, and many more; Economics in the Flesh - Ira Day and Independence; Scarlet Slippers (short story); Rifle Talk (short story); Summer Accessories Come Clean - beauty article; 1/4-page ad for the 1936 C.N.E.; Palmolive ad includes photo of Mrs. W.K. Davidson of Montreal and her 10-year-old daughter; Lux soap ad includes photo of Merle Oberon; Business News; Recipes for cool dishes; Ad for this magazines includes photo of English actor Paul Cavanaugh; Beauty article; World Sayings; Lovely back cover colour ad for Christie's Biscuits features packages of their many products; and more. Spine rolled. Average wear and soiling. A worthy copy of this nice vintage issue. 
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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, July 1971 - Chief Dan George Cover Photo, Langdon, Steven; Bulson, Tom; Lemelin, Claude; Whyte, Jon; Hutchison, Bruce; Fotheringham, Allan; Batten, Jack; Stewart, Walter; Breslin, Catherine; McEnaney, Frank; Hofsess, John; Macfarlane, John; Cameron, Donald;
17 Langdon, Steven; Bulson, Tom; Lemelin, Claude; Whyte, Jon; Hutchison, Bruce; Fotheringham, Allan; Batten, Jack; Stewart, Walter; Breslin, Catherine; McEnaney, Frank; Hofsess, John; Macfarlane, John; Cameron, Donald; Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, July 1971 - Chief Dan George Cover Photo
Toronto Maclean Hunter 1971 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Schiffer, Fred (Cover Photo) 
72 pages. Features: John Whyte's Canada; On Open Letter to Pierre Trudeau from Bruce Hutchison; Dan George's Last Stand; Indian Valley Golf and Country Club; Eric Kierans reveals how Pierre Trudeau froze him out; Interesting Canadian demographic facts; The Greening of Erich Segal; Excellent full-page colour photo ad for CBC Radio's "Brott to You" with conductor Boris Brott and model in photo; Nice full-page ad for 590/CKEY News radio in Toronto includes caricatures of their many famous personalities; and more. Above-average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. 
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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, June 1971 - The Class (University) of 1971 - The Class Nobody Wants - Six Valedictorians Speek Out / The Guess Who!, Langdon, Steven; Butson, Tom; Lemelin, Claude; Nowlan, Alden; Frum, Barbara; Clarkson, Adrienne; Batten, Jack; Paris, Erna; Anderson, Owen; Barr, John; Newman, Peter C.; Henry, Chief John; Savoie, Renald; Hedley, Tom; Hofsess, John; Macfarlane, John
18 Langdon, Steven; Butson, Tom; Lemelin, Claude; Nowlan, Alden; Frum, Barbara; Clarkson, Adrienne; Batten, Jack; Paris, Erna; Anderson, Owen; Barr, John; Newman, Peter C.; Henry, Chief John; Savoie, Renald; Hedley, Tom; Hofsess, John; Macfarlane, John Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, June 1971 - The Class (University) of 1971 - The Class Nobody Wants - Six Valedictorians Speek Out / The Guess Who!
Toronto Maclean Hunter 1971 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Maggs, Arnaud 
72 pages. Features: Great Volvo photo ad shows six Volvos stacked on top of another!; Two-page Mutual Life shows photos of dozens of their top sales agents from across Canada; Colour photo Canadian Club ad shows Mr. and Mrs. Tony Parkinson firing darts at elephants in Kenya; Alden Nowlan's Canada; What Went Wrong for the Class of '71? - feature article by Barbara Frum with statements from six university valedictorians from across Canada; Three men from three generations talk to Adrienne Clarkson on love, sex, adultery and what marriage is all about; The Guess Who - Canada's richest and raunchiest rock band - article with large photo of band on stage; The radicalization of Robert Lemieux - lawyer for the FLQ; The West is Ready to Revolt - John Barr and Owen Anderson state their case for separatism; The Table Talk of Marshall McLuhan - article by Peter C. Newman with nice photo of McLuhan; It's No Longer Possible to be an Indian - Chief John Henry describes the impact of white man's ways; Paris Smiles Again; Nice full-page CBC Radio/TV colour photo ad shows a group of famous Canadian athletes wearing their gear - including Mel Profit of the Toronto Argonauts and boxer Clyde Gray; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A sound copy of this great vintage issue. 
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Weekend Magazine, September 1, 1979 (Canadian Newspaper Supplement)  - Margaret Thatcher - The Iron Maiden, Lawrenson, Helen; Gross, Colleen; Charney, Ann; Abley, Mark; Batten, Jack; Oliver, Margo
19 Lawrenson, Helen; Gross, Colleen; Charney, Ann; Abley, Mark; Batten, Jack; Oliver, Margo Weekend Magazine, September 1, 1979 (Canadian Newspaper Supplement) - Margaret Thatcher - The Iron Maiden
Canada The Whig-Standard 1979 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 
20 pages. Features: Great tabloid-style Maggie Thatcher front cover; Canadians dubious about the 4-day week; Daughter of the Empire - Margaret Thatcher - article with colour caricature illustration; A day in the life of John Kenneth Galbraith - article with colour photo; CUPW (Canadian Union of Postal Workers) president Jean-Claude Parrot - article with colour photo; New kid on the tennis court - John McEnroe - article and colour photo; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The National Home Monthly Magazine, November 1934 - Heroic Canadian Monetary Reformer Gerald Grattan McGeer, McGeer, G.G. (Gerald/Gerry Grattan); Andrews, M.; Cave, H.; Batten, H.; Blumenfeld, D.; Lynde, F.;  Brooks, T.; Thorne, D.; Sieburth, M.; Et al
20 McGeer, G.G. (Gerald/Gerry Grattan); Andrews, M.; Cave, H.; Batten, H.; Blumenfeld, D.; Lynde, F.; Brooks, T.; Thorne, D.; Sieburth, M.; Et al The National Home Monthly Magazine, November 1934 - Heroic Canadian Monetary Reformer Gerald Grattan McGeer
Canada The National Home Monthly 1934 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Cucchi, A. (cover); Holmgren, John; Matteson, B.V.V.; Sellen, H.E.; Clymer, J.F. 
76 pages. Features: Ceylon Tea Bureau ad inside front cover features colour painting of Laurentian Scene by F. S. Coburn; The Way to Solvency - famous Canadian monetary reformer G.G. McGeer makes his case for changes to the Bank of Canada; Super one-page colour ad for Heinz canned beans and spaghetti; Fantastic one-page colour-photo Chipso ad features Mrs. John Boyle, Jr. and her children Mercedes, John and Patricia; Sometime We'll Meet (short story); Bloomin' Idol (short story); Afghanistan Destined for Conflict - a most prophetic photo-illustrated article; Children of the Heather (short story); The Haunted Yashiki (Japanese short story); Pinch-Hitting for Sir Galahad (short story); Dogs in My Life - illustrated article by Diana Thorne; Gesso Craft; One-page photo-ad for Pond's cold cream features Miss Frederica Vanderbilt Webb and Mrs. Reginald Vanderbilt; Two-page photo-ad for Fleischmann's XR Yeast features large photo of Dr. R.E. Lee; Little Rambles in Hollywood; Great one-page Lux soap ad features photo of Ginger Rogers; Illustrated fashion article; Cookery article; Beauty article; Wow! one-page full-colour photo of NHL hockey player Charlie Conacher of the Toronto Maple Leafs on the ice; Colour Old Dutch cleanser ad on back cover; and more. Includes blank subscription form and envelope. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this extraordinary issue. 
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