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The New York Times Magazine, February 18, 1945 -  FDR and Molotov / First-Hand Report on the German Soldier, Denny, Harold; Lawrence, W.H.; MacLeish, Archibald; Schwartz, Lt. Doris; Callender, Harold; Brock, H.; Nugen, F.; Phillips, C.; Holbrook, S.; Mackenzie, C; et al
1 Denny, Harold; Lawrence, W.H.; MacLeish, Archibald; Schwartz, Lt. Doris; Callender, Harold; Brock, H.; Nugen, F.; Phillips, C.; Holbrook, S.; Mackenzie, C; et al The New York Times Magazine, February 18, 1945 - FDR and Molotov / First-Hand Report on the German Soldier
New York The New York Times Company 1945 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Leighton, Clare 
56 Pages. Features: Cover photo of FDR and Molotov; One-page color ad for Commercial Travelers insurance; Nice one-page ad for Harriet Hubbard Ayer's Luxuria products; First-Hand Report on the German Soldier - photo-illustrated article by correspondent who questioned German prisoners fresh from the front; Photos of the "Big Three" meeting at Yalta between Stalin, FDR and Churchill; Poland - Country of the Missing - article and depressing photos; "People Must Speak to People' - article on freedom of communication to prevent misunderstandings; Notes of War Nurse Lt. Doris Schwartz - photo-illustrated article; Photo-illustrated article on France and how it must cleanse the faults which led to her betrayal by some of her citizens; Bold color one-page Celanese ad features red chain; Porto Rico Line ad; The House Washington Loved; Lovely color-photo one-page fashion ad for Tegra Labtex fabric; How Long Should a Movie Be?; Photo-illustrated article on Congressional freshmen Emily Taft Douglas and Helen Gahagan Douglas, "The Douglas Girls"; Coty has sponsored a classy one page announcement of the American Fashion Critics' Award for 1944; The Bull Cook - wonderful article on this camp job; Article on Black Market in Babies; San Benito Champagne ad; Nice one-page ad for Thor washing machines; West Point goes in for skiing - article with photos; Rinso ad features the Dietz twins, Merrie and Eiileen, of Flushing, Long Island; Meatless recipes; Parent and Child - Freedom from Prejudice against those of other races; Two pages of lovely fashion photos for spring; Nice one-page color-photo ad forDuo-Byrds reversible raincoats; Nice one-page ad for Shalimar; Nice color ad on back cover for Decca Records features Bing Crosby. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage wartime issue. 
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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, November 10, 1956 - Lionel Avard Forsyth is Canada's Biggest Employer, Fraser, Blair; Newman, Peter C.; Beattie, Earle; Sclanders, Ian; Frayne, Trent; Porter, McKenzie; Garner, Hugh; Clad, Noel; Thompson, Dorothy; Baxter, Beverley; Gilmour, Clyde; Callaghan, Morley
2 Fraser, Blair; Newman, Peter C.; Beattie, Earle; Sclanders, Ian; Frayne, Trent; Porter, McKenzie; Garner, Hugh; Clad, Noel; Thompson, Dorothy; Baxter, Beverley; Gilmour, Clyde; Callaghan, Morley Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, November 10, 1956 - Lionel Avard Forsyth is Canada's Biggest Employer
Toronto Maclean-Hunter 1956 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Arbuckle, Franklin; Simplins; Oesterwinter; Cliffe, John; Curtin, Walter; Sebert, John; Zarov, Basil; Swannell, Frank; Withrow, E.O.; Crosby, F.D.; Johnson, Bruce 
100 pages. Features: Cover illustration of office of the Oxbow (Saskatchewan) Herald newspaper showing Joe Pedlar, owner; Dorothy Thompson argues that "We've Earned the Arabs' Hatred"; Nice colour ad for Bluestone shirts of Montreal; Interesting full-page illustrated ad for B.C. Plywood boasts of how the Banff Chairlift Terminal Building survived an avalanche due to the strength of their product; Fantastic two-page colour-illustrated ad for the 1957 Ford Fairlane 500 Club Victoria; The "Religious Crisis" in Quebec politics - two priests indict their province for "political immorality" - article wth many photos; Who Says Business Isn't Fun? - Lionel Avard Forsyth, the heavyweight boss of Dominion Steel and Coal Corporation is Canada's biggest employer - article by Peter C. Newman with photos; This is Why I Killed Them (short story); The Ryerson Institute of Technology - The versatile college with the concrete campus - article with photos; Colour photo feature on the Bay of Fundy with article; Hammering Herb Trawick - The Gentle Bone-Crusher of the Montreal Alouettes - article with photos; The Bizarre Mystery of B.C.'s "Champagne Safari" - Charles Bedaux squandered a quarter-million dollars on a Canadian wilderness trek mid-depression - article with photos; You Take the Suburbs - I Don't Want Them; Unmarked. Average wear. Ads clipped from page 67, 73, 81, 87 and 95 affecting only the end of the Trawick story and a small portion of the Forsyth article; A nice vintage issue. 
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Jetwings - International, September - October 2006: Monthly Magazine of Jet Airways - Scintilating Singapore, Habib, Gargi
3 Habib, Gargi Jetwings - International, September - October 2006: Monthly Magazine of Jet Airways - Scintilating Singapore
India Jet Airways 2006 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
96 pages. Colour photography throughout. Text in English. Features: Canberra; Cairo; Oslo; Singapore; New Zealand's South Island; San Francisco; Skydiving; the Champagne District of France; The Gannet Terminal in the middle of the Firth of Forth; and more. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy. 
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L'Illustration - Journal Hebdomadaire Universel, No. 4629, 21 Novembre (November) 1931, Lecuyer, Raymond; et al
4 Lecuyer, Raymond; et al L'Illustration - Journal Hebdomadaire Universel, No. 4629, 21 Novembre (November) 1931
Paris L'illustration 1931 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Bertrand, A. 
Pages 357-388. Printed upon glossy stock. Includes 42 pages of nostalgic ads including many truly gorgeous full and half-page illustrated examples including Gibbs, JiF, Yardley, Magnats Regie Francaise, Lanvin-Parfums, Hermes, Lloyd Triestino, the 9 CV Citroen, Gillette shaving blades, Alfred Dunhill, Phoscao (beautiful!), Houbigant, Heudebert, Neyre, Champagne Mercier, Biscuits Pernot (in color!), Wood-Milne, Movado, Le Jardin by D'Orsay, Chauffage Central Chappee; Cognac Martel, Kayser, Omega watches, Sarda Besancon, Eversharp pens, Soie Naturelle, Spain Tourism, Tito-Landi, Janvier, Burma, Kirby, Beard & Co.. Features: Cover photo portrait of Le Marechal Lyautey; Photographies D'aujourd'hui; New discoveries in Ras Shamra, Syria; L'Assechement du Zuyderzee; and more. Text in French. Somewhat above-average wear and external soiling. Binding intact. A worthy copy of this gorgeous vintage issue. 
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Maclean's Magazine, December 7 1957, Multiple Contributors
5 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, December 7 1957
Toronto Maclean Hunter 1957 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Cover art by Franklin Arbuckle shows firemen preparing toys for Christmas. Features: Nice colour photo ad for Parker Pens featuring Bob Hope inside front cover; Black and white photo ad for the Polaroid Land Camera; Colour ad for the Custom Royal auto by Dodge; June Callwood's story of the Queen's Visit - with many photos; The Silly Splendid World of Stephen Bosustow - this Canadian-born film maker is winning Oscars and revolutionizing TV commercials - includes 6 pages of colour Mister Magoo cartoons; Lois Smith and David Adams and their Life Sentence with the Ballet - story with photos; The Hottest Treasure Hunter in History - Hans Torkel Frederik Lundberg found ore worth five billion dollars - story by Peter C. Newman with photos; Florencia Bay (Conclusion), by James McNamee; Why Red Ryan's Shadow still hangs over every prison yard - with 19 convictions this prison lifer turned altar boy, so they set him free - and he went on a gory binge... story with photos; How we nursed a farm back to health - Herbert and Viola Watson of Red Haven Farm in the Caledon Hills of Peel County - story includes lovely photo portrait of the farmers; Super colour photo 2-page ad for the 1958 Oldsmobile; 1-page colour photo ad for the 1958 Chrysler; William Stevenson recalls a champagne breakfast with doomed Indo-Chinese warlord Ba Cut; Colour centerfold ad for Sheaffer's Pens; Two-page colour illustrated ad for Carling's Red Cap Ale - "Snappa Cappa Red Cap"; Nice colour ad for 1958 DeSoto cars; Colour 2/3 page ad for Thistle (Lines Brosthers) steel toys - now highly sought collectibles; Black and white 1958 Studebaker-Packard auto ad; Colour photo back cover ad by the Watchmakers of Switzerland. Average wear. Unmarked. Address label atop front cover. A sound copy. 
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The Antique Collector Magazine, April 1972 / May 1972, Multiple Contributors
6 Multiple Contributors The Antique Collector Magazine, April 1972 / May 1972
London The Antique Collector 1972 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: The interest in antiquities; The Jockey Club, Newmarket, Suffolk; A London Chinaman - Messrs Goodes; Late 17th Century Clocks in an English Collection; Some Payments by an 18th Century Collector; The English Champagne and Ale Flute Glasses, 1685-1832; The Treasures of Tutenkhaamun; The Handley-Read Collection - Victorian Art, Style and Syntax; Fair news; and more. Few markings. Average wear. 
Price: 69.95 USD
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The War Illustrated - 26 May 1917: No. 145, Multiple Contributors
7 Multiple Contributors The War Illustrated - 26 May 1917: No. 145
London Amalgamated 1917 First Edition Paperback Fair 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Illustration Features: a couple of Spahis (Algerian Cavalry) on patrol; The epic story of Lieven and Lagnicourt - article on how the Australians broke the Prussian Guard; 'Tanks' at work on British and French fronts; Work and play behind the lines in the West; Vandal Passion and British Phlegm under fire; Conquerors of Courcy - Russians in Champagne; Forward with the Tricolour North of Soissons; What Italy's Navy is doing - article be Dr. James Murphy; Ships that keep watch and ward in the Adriatic; Ousting the Hun from the shelter of Oppy Wood; The Serbian as I know him - article by H. Charles Woods; One Trawler that tackled 4 U-boats at once; Courageous women nurses; Fokker and Albatros and some of their fallen flyers; Prussia's ruthless havoc in the Somme Valley; The Seventh (7th) Australian Infantry. Above-average wear. Staples disintegrated. 
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The War Illustrated: No. 167 - 27 October 1917, Multiple Contributors
8 Multiple Contributors The War Illustrated: No. 167 - 27 October 1917
London Amalgamated 1917 First Edition Paperback Fair 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Is Belgium's Deliverance Near? - events likely to follow on the capture of the Ridges - article by Lovat Fraser; Views on the road of victory over Vimy Ridge - 2 photos; Italian Boats that went by mountain ways; Under German fire in Aisne and Champagne; Canadians utilizing the 'tump line' for carrying heavy materials to the front line; Photos of enemy ingenuity i.e. a phony hollow-tree observation post; The Victory of the Flanders Ridges - how British troops won their first sight of Bruges - article; Seven 'Somersets' capture Forty-Two Huns; Rise and Fall of the U-Boat - how Germany's blockade of Britain is rendered ineffective; Prowess and pity in Mesopotamia and Palestine; Splendid work of the gunboats on the Tigris; Humour and courage of the 'jocks' - memories and episodes of the fighting on the Western Front; French air messages and hun air murders; Realistic tests of efficiency at Aldershot. Somewhat above-average wear. Staples disintegrated. 
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Time Magazine (Canadian Edition), January (Jan.) 4, 1982 - Lech Welesa - Man of the Year - Cover Illustration, Multiple Contributors
9 Multiple Contributors Time Magazine (Canadian Edition), January (Jan.) 4, 1982 - Lech Welesa - Man of the Year - Cover Illustration
Canada Time 1982 Canadian Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Dine, Jim (cover) 
72 pages. Features: Three-panel front cover with photo of Polish protesters; Feature color-photo-illustrated article on Time's Man of the Year, Lech Welesa; Colour photo of massive Warsaw crowd greeting Pope John Paul II, and much more content on life in Poland; Color-photo ad for the 1982 Chrysler Cordoba; Marx's Theory , in Soviet Practice, is both dangerous and in danger; Two-page Midland-Doherty ad with photos including Peter Green, Allister MacLellan, Dennis McColgan and Paul Jelec; Looking for kidnapped General James Dozier in Italy; Harsh words between Israel and U.S.; Two rulings hurt the ERA (Equal Rights Amendment); 30 million pounds of surplus cheddar!; Furor over extradition of Abu Eain to Israel; Ken (Kenny) Anderson and the Cincinnati Bengals; Bankers pressure Poland to pay interest on debt; Nuclear pacifists question the 'just war' theory; Passing of Mathaniel Benchley, Mehmet Shehu, Donald Cook, Eugene Conley, Karl Struss and Allan Dwan; Big boom in champagne; New qualms about bringing up babies alone; Philadelphia physician Dr. Arthur Lintgen can identify music by inspecting the grooves on LP recoreds!; 1981's Best Performances; Retro duMaurier cigarette ad on back cover shows large colour photo of young couple in big city apartment adorned with huge reel-to-reel stereo system; and more. Minor doodling on page 28. Above-average but not excessive wear. Moderate moisture exposure. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Sporting News, October 14, 1985 - Bill Veeck on Drugs in Baseball, Nightingale, Dave; et al
10 Nightingale, Dave; et al The Sporting News, October 14, 1985 - Bill Veeck on Drugs in Baseball
USA The Sporting News 1985 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Stover, Bill (cover photo) 
68 pages. Features: Lots of footbal and baseball coverage; Bill Veeck's views on the Pittsburgh drug trials; Photo of Tony Fernandez spraying champagne on Manny Lee as Blue Jays win pennant; Photo of Buffalo Bills' Justin Cross playing golf with one arm (as the other is broken); Phil Niekro's 300th win - article with photo; Harry Neale is new Detroit Red Wings' coach - photo; Article on Glen Sather; Big Heads Biggest Foe for Edmonto Oilers - article with photo of Gretzky with Paul Coffey; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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The New York Woman (Magazine), September 23, 1936, Vol. 1, No. 3: Wallis Simpson, Pearson, Josephine; Stuart, Mary; Palmer, Gretta; Robb, Inez Callaway; Miller, Lois Mattox; et al
11 Pearson, Josephine; Stuart, Mary; Palmer, Gretta; Robb, Inez Callaway; Miller, Lois Mattox; et al The New York Woman (Magazine), September 23, 1936, Vol. 1, No. 3: Wallis Simpson
New York The New York Woman, Inc. 1936 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Milanese, W.A. (Gravure Technician) 
48 pages. This glamorous publication brought New York women the information they needed: news of the choicest fashion, entertainment, current happenings, where to go, what to see, and how much to pay. Features: Nice color cover photo of fashionable woman in cloth suit with fox collar engaging man in sandwich sign; Full-page ad promoting International Week in the shops of Rockefeller Center; Full-page Grancrus Champagne ad; Letters; Full-page fashion ad for Stern Brothers; Nice Franklin Simon & Co. full-page ad features gray coats with gray Persian (wool; Full-page ad for The (New York) Sun newspaper; Miss America is Miss Rose Veronica Coyle of Yeadon, Pa; A magnificent compilation of twenty-three photos capturing life, east to west on Fiftieth Street - where life goes from the River Club to a west end jumping-off place; Etiquette - Heaven Forbid! - author recalls her unpleasant time at a finishing school up the Hudson; Excuse My Skates! - Full-page photo-feature of the young ladies at Western Union who wear roller skates at work!; Photo-illustrated article on New York's many "Gypsy Tea Rooms" where fortunes are read, and much business is done; The Yankee at King Edward's Court - photo illustrated article on Wallis Simpson of Baltimore - who is keeping company with the King of England; Great full-page color photo Saks Fifth Avenue ad of model wearing a yellow combination tunic-dress; A Bag of Gilded OAts for Mrs. Astor's Horse - Mr. Vincent Astor's grand plans to redo what was formerly the King Cole Room of his inn; Fashion Editor's Diary; Color centerfold fashion illustrations including details, pricing and store names; Dressing Table of the Week - pleasant and useful things in cosmetics, perfumery and flowers; Recipes for Dessert Salads with cheese; Margaretta Byers describes life in her family's prefabricated home - the first of its kind in New Jersey; Mirrors can make your rooms look larger and brighter; Photo feature on how Mr. Rockefeller's brand new Center Theatre is being gutted to accommodate "The White Horse Inn"; Photo-illustrated article on movie "The Gorgeous Hussy"; Page of photos of Kay Francis; Manhattan Date Book; Page of Restaurant offerings - including prices; I Was Never so Mad - Kitty Sharpe describes problems with items sent to the cleaners; Fantastic back page glossy color-photo ad for Marchand's Golden Hair Wash features blonde holding dog. Cover fold mostly open, otherwise unmarked with moderate wear. A quality vintage copy of this magnificent depression-era item. 
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The New York Times Magazine, December (Dec.) 30, 1979 - Jack Kerouac, Safire, W.; Baker, Russell; Mermelstein, David; McCarthy, Eugene J.; Plummer, William; Stanfill, Francesca; Robards, Terry; Bethany, Marilyn; et al
12 Safire, W.; Baker, Russell; Mermelstein, David; McCarthy, Eugene J.; Plummer, William; Stanfill, Francesca; Robards, Terry; Bethany, Marilyn; et al The New York Times Magazine, December (Dec.) 30, 1979 - Jack Kerouac
New York The New York Times 1979 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Grossman, Robert (cover); Russell, Mary 
48 pages. Features: Safire on No-Name Nomenclature; Black & White Scotch ad features photos of championship backgammon players Paul Magriel, Herb Roman, Laurie Arnold, Joe Dwek, Jan Goldberg, Lord Rennell of Rodd, Ms. Demerdjian, W. McClintock, and more; The Lucky 1970's; The Threatening Economy - with comments by twenty economists, including Milton Friedman, John Kenneth Galbraith, Murray Rothbard, etc.; How to Snow the Voters in New Hampshire - Eugene McCarthy offers tips to the hopefuls; Jack Kerouac - The Beat Goes On - Ten years after his death, his myth is being recycled for a new generation - article with great photos; TV Director Bob Giraldi is featured in a Phoenix Mutual ad; Great photo-illustrated article "Decoding the Styles of the 70's"; All About Champagne; Souffle Recipes; Fleeting Fads of 70's Decor - color-photo illustrated article - Peter Andes, Ruben de Saavedra, Mimi London, Seymour Avigdor, Alan Buchsbaum; Real estate and Camp ads; and more. Small library stamp on front cover. Average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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Picture Post Magazine - Hulton's National Weekly, April 20, 1940 -  Are Refugees Allies or Enemies?, Stewart, Geoffrey; Angell, Sir Norman; Woodruff, Douglas; Hastings, Douglas Macdonals; Hulton, Edward
13 Stewart, Geoffrey; Angell, Sir Norman; Woodruff, Douglas; Hastings, Douglas Macdonals; Hulton, Edward Picture Post Magazine - Hulton's National Weekly, April 20, 1940 - Are Refugees Allies or Enemies?
U.K. Hulton Press, Ltd. 1940 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine Folio 
64 pages. Features: Refugees - Allies or Enemies? - article with heart-rending photos of refugees in Spain, China, Austria and Poland, plus photos and brief write-ups of 32 influential people who are also refugees (i.e. Einstein); Two Mothers - and Two Sons - the mothers of Bulgarian Communist George Dimitroff and Joseph Stalin; The Swiss Keep Guard - the job of these white troops is to make sure their country shall never become a second Finland; This Wasn't New in 1899 - interesting parachute history; The Life Story of Pope Pius XII; A Girl Prepares for Spring - spa treatments to freshen up ladies after winter; What it Means To-day to be a Merchant Seaman - one page photo of lifeboats pulling away from the sinking "Clan Stuart"; ; The Return of the Horse - Hitler's effect on British roads; Diary of the War, No. 30 - The Twenty-Eighth Week - with photo of Hitler visiting his wounded troops, and a large photo of British Cavalry on horseback in Nazareth; Cartoon by Low shows Hitler and Stalin pouring alcohol into the brains of their cannon fodder; Cargo for Delivery; France is Fighting; Full-page ad for Moussec champagne; Nice back cover ad for Sultanas (a useful wartime food); Many other wonderfully nostalgic ads. Clean and unmarked with light wear. A lovely vintage copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, June 5, 1960 - Cover Photo of NATO in Turkey, Various Contributors
14 Various Contributors The New York Times Magazine, June 5, 1960 - Cover Photo of NATO in Turkey
New York New York Times 1960 First Edition Paperback Good Stapled Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
108 pages. Features: Nice color-photo leopard-skin pattern dress ad for Lord & Taylor; Harmon Killebrew featured in Vycron/Vycott fabric ad; Polly Bergen fashion ad; Full-page ad for Velcro; Vicky Vaughan Junior fashion ad; Students of Japan - an intimate glimpse, by John D. Rockefeller 4th; Japan and Turkey - centers of conflict - with great photos; Blueprint for Communist Conquest - foreign aid; The Key Issue - U.S. Foreign and Defense Policy, by Paul H. Nitze; Alcoholics Anonymous - Their 25 Year Struggle; Advice to Breathless Thespians, by Moss Hart; Where Fame Waxes - and Wanes - Madame Tussaud's; 'Sheets of Fire, Wind and Rain' - photo of Peruvian volcanoe and Japanese tsunami damage at Ofunato; The U.S. Supreme Court Debated - Another View; Their Heart Belongs to Dada - photos of unusual art; Nice color-photo ad for Knickerbocker beer; Applause for Composer Robert Schumann; Photos from the movie "The Apartment"; Lovely color-photo ad for Piper-Heidsieck Champagne; Classy color-photo ad for Mumm's Champagne; Three photos of some of the 550 Brits who will perform in the British Tournament and Tattoo; Nice color-photo Cointreau ad; Mr. Khrushchev's Favorite Reporter - John Reed; and more. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. Gently yellowed with age. A sound vintage copy. 
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This Week Magazine, November 2, 1969 - Insert to the Boston Sunday Herald: Our Deadly Railroads, Weiss, Paul; Williamson, Nicol; Broadbent, Robert V.; Fandell, Todd E.; Lieber, Leslie; Waldo, Myra; Malcolm, Mary; McCluskey, Sally; Ferguson, Mike and Marilyn; Christian, Mary B.
15 Weiss, Paul; Williamson, Nicol; Broadbent, Robert V.; Fandell, Todd E.; Lieber, Leslie; Waldo, Myra; Malcolm, Mary; McCluskey, Sally; Ferguson, Mike and Marilyn; Christian, Mary B. This Week Magazine, November 2, 1969 - Insert to the Boston Sunday Herald: Our Deadly Railroads
USA United Newspapers Magazine Corporation / The Boston Herald 1969 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Menken/Seltzer; Kaufman; Oldden 
40 pages. Features: What is Man?; Nostalgic one-page color-photo ad for Kellogg's Corn Flake Crumbs - illustrated with fried chicken; Sensational one-page color (yellow) photo ad for the 1970 Cadillac Coupe deVille; Nicol Williamson - interview with this serious film star who travels light; Super one-page color-photo ad for a dark green Pontiac Catalina; Your Annual Physical; Our Railroads are No Longer Safe; Can Anyone Predict the Future? - a scorecard on past preductions indicates too many misses; Nice one-page photo ad for LaSalle Extension University features lovely lady using Stenotype shorthand machine; The Hunt for Venus' Arms - Whatever became of the arms of the Venus de Milo statue housed in Paris' Louvre Museum?; Nice one-page color-photo ad for Special K cereal features 7-cent coupon; Recipes for travellers; Great color ads for Gracious Living feature funky retro products such as colored phones and two-position TV-stands; My Shadow Child - it took eight years to suspect Andrew's excessive activity was more than just being a boy; Nice one-page photo ad entitled "Oh, That Charlie" features vinyl record "The Best of Charlie Rice"; Great Moments in Indoor Sports - of all indoor sports, none requires the brain-power and ruthlessness as does "Monopoly"; Great one-page photo ad for Telepander muscle training features before and after photos of a (now) hunky guy; Champagne Living on a Beer Budget - money-saving tips for such things as conference calls, classified ads, brand X products, and many more; How to Keep Your Appliances Going; Should 18-year-olds Vote? - letters from readers. Average wear. Unmarked. A quality vintage copy. 
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Collier's Magazine, May 11. 1946 - Atomic Age Navy, By Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, USN / Decathalete Charles Beaudry, West, Jessamyn; Perowne, Barry; Stern, Richard; Christie, Agatha; Katkov, Norman; Krauss, William A.; Nimitz, Chester W.; Meyer, Agnes E.; Davidson, Bill; et al
16 West, Jessamyn; Perowne, Barry; Stern, Richard; Christie, Agatha; Katkov, Norman; Krauss, William A.; Nimitz, Chester W.; Meyer, Agnes E.; Davidson, Bill; et al Collier's Magazine, May 11. 1946 - Atomic Age Navy, By Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, USN / Decathalete Charles Beaudry
USA The Crowell-Collier Publishing Company 1946 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Varady, Fredric; Holmgren, John; Klep, Rolf; Miller, Barse; Schwinn, Barbara; Leavitt, Bob; Gregori, Leon; Cooper, Mario; Karger-Pix, George; Withers, George; Lewis, Taylor; Sawyers, Martha 
90 pages. Features: Nice color Studebaker truck ad inside front cover; Photo of the NIM flying wing in flight; Nice Seabee airplane ad; There'll Come a Day (fiction); Atomic Age Navy - submarines may be the backbone of our future sea power; Escape at Noon (fiction); A Challenge to American Women - "American women are more cruel, more selfish and more material in outlook than American men"; Everything ShipShape (fiction); The Doctors Run the Show - the new Michigan plan offers veterans the best medical treatment in the world; You, Too, Can Drink Vodka (fiction); The Outraged Heart (fiction); Champagne Shower - Mitzi Green - article with many colour photos of ladies; Two of a Kind; Nice color one-page ad for the 1946 Ford Sedan Coupe; Running From Death - Charles Beaudry is America's greatest athlete; Nice one-page ad for the movid "Without Reservations" with photo of Claudette Colbert with John Wayne; Super color-photo centerfold ad for Schlitz beer shows hops being harvested; Nice one-page ad for movie "The Well Groomed Bride", starring Olivia De Havilland, Ray Milland and Sonny Tufts; The Happy Chance (fiction); Ad for movie "Her Kind of Man", starring Dane Clark, Zachary Scott and Janis Paige; Jungle Hoofer (fiction); Goodby, Berlin! - article with several color photos of war damage; Camel cigarette ad on back cover talks about how doctors enjoy their product; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Centerfold loose but present, otherwise a sound vintage copy. 
Price: 149.95 USD
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The Great War Magazine - Part 24: The Standard History of the All-Europe Conflict (World War 1/One)  January 30th, 1915, Wilson, H.W.: Editor
17 Wilson, H.W.: Editor The Great War Magazine - Part 24: The Standard History of the All-Europe Conflict (World War 1/One) January 30th, 1915
London Amalgamated Press 1915 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Front cover portrait of Brigadier-General H.B. de Lisle, C.B., D.S.O., Commanding 2nd Brigade of Cavalry. How the British Army Crossed the Aisne. Photos and illustrations: Vandalism at Soissons; Diagrammatic view of the Aisne valley, showing how the German trenches were disposed; Human moles at Aisne; Positions of the rival armies during the closing days of September, 1914, looking northward from the city of Rheims; War life in a 3-tier deep sandpit behind the British lines in the Champagne country; 'Searchlight' fired from a gun - a parachute light-ball shell illuminates a night battle field; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. Sound copy. 
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The Great War Magazine - Part 71: The Standard History of the All-Europe Conflict (World War 1/One)  December 25th, 1915, Wilson, H.W.: Editor
18 Wilson, H.W.: Editor The Great War Magazine - Part 71: The Standard History of the All-Europe Conflict (World War 1/One) December 25th, 1915
London Amalgamated Press 1915 First Edition Paperback Fair Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Cover portrait of Her Majesty the Queen. Concluding portion of 'The Great French Offensive in Champagne and Artois.' Nursing the wounded. Feature: Women's supreme work in the war. The V.A.D. at war. Photos/Illustrations: Centerfold portraits of Her Majesty the Queen and Her Majesty Queen Alexandra, President of the British Red Cross Society; Many photos of women at work; and more. Covers secured by tape. Somewhat above-average wear. 
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Judge Magazine, March 13, 1915 - St. Patrick's Day Number, Wilson, J. Clyde; Ward, Eunice; Mason, Walt; Morgan, Tom P.; Every, Leslie Van; Wells, Carolyn; Merryman, Max; et al
19 Wilson, J. Clyde; Ward, Eunice; Mason, Walt; Morgan, Tom P.; Every, Leslie Van; Wells, Carolyn; Merryman, Max; et al Judge Magazine, March 13, 1915 - St. Patrick's Day Number
New York Leslie-Judge Company 1914 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Hencke, Albert (cover); Flagg, James Montgomery 
20 pages. Features: St. Patrick's Day illustrations; Editorials; Getting Harmony in A-Flat - a house-cleaning episode; The Champion Bore; Wonderful centerfold illustration by James Montgomery Flagg entitled "What They Always Think of the Play in the Author's Box"; The Modern Woman; Oversea Humor; *Beautiful* back cover color illustrated ad for Great Western Champagne. Covers almost detached. Coverfold mostly open. Somewhat above-average wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
Price: 149.95 USD
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