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The National Home Monthly Magazine, September (Sept.) 1949 - Women's Penitentiary in Kingston, Ontario, Brown, Joy; Garner, Hugh; Gray, James; Brott, S.; callaghan, Morley; Cross, A.; Milne, A.A.; Castle, E.; Woodward, G.; Et al
1 Brown, Joy; Garner, Hugh; Gray, James; Brott, S.; callaghan, Morley; Cross, A.; Milne, A.A.; Castle, E.; Woodward, G.; Et al The National Home Monthly Magazine, September (Sept.) 1949 - Women's Penitentiary in Kingston, Ontario
Canada The National Home Monthly / Stovel 1949 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Wilson, R. York . (cover); Yarwood, Walter; Winter, Bill; Town, Harold; Hallam, J.; Woods, Rex 
72 pages. Features: Nice ballerina cover art by R. York Wilson; Colour ad for the Parker "51" pen inside front cover; One-page colour recruiting ad for the Canadian Army entitled V.I.P. shows young man in uniform walking on sidewalk; Nice one-page colour ad for the 1949 Monarch car shows a red two-door; Photos of the Sandler's Wells Ballet; One-page colour Waterman's Pen ad presents the Crusader, Stalwart and Dauntless; Excellent photo-illustrated article on the Women's Penitentiary in Kingston; The River (short story); Toronto the Terrible - photo-illustrated article by Hugh Garner; Daniel Boone and his trusty Five-Iron (golf short story); Can Les Lear and the Calgary Stampeders (football club) Make It? - photo-illustrated article; Ram's Way (short story about a cop); Simis - photo-illustrated article on the Service d'Information Montreal Information Service which answers questions about anything (permitted by law) by phone - with photos of Roger Nadeau - a fascinating predecessor to modern-day search engines; One-page Seagram ad features grain threshing scene with horse-drawn wagon; Morley Callaghan explains how to talk to high-brows; Massey-Harris one-page colour ad features tractor in rural European town; Elegant half-page colour-photo ad for Sovereign Potters presents their Montcalm Pattern, Number 718; Nice half-page Canadian Admiral Corp. ad presents their model 5V12 radio-phonograph; Article on Teen-agers in Hollywood includes photos of Elizabeth Taylor, Joan Evans, Terry Moore, Shirley Temple, Barbara Lawrence and Claudia Barrett; Article on the wonderful freedom in Canada, compared to post-war Europe; Uncommon half-page ad for Black Horse Brewery explains why rice is thrown at weddings; Colour one-page Calvert Distillers ad says "The Canadian Family Owes Much to... Ireland"; One-page photo ad for Northern Electric's Gainaday 200 washing machine; Half-page colour-photo ad for Canada Dry; One-page colour-photo Marboleum ad shows nostalgic 1949 kitchen design; One-page colour-photo ad for Singer Sewing Centers; One-page colour-photo ad for Northumbria Sterling Silver cutlery; Back to school fashion photos; Nice half-page colour ad for Aylmer canned peaches; Half-page colour ad for Heinz Vinegars; Article on table manners for children; Half-page colour-photo Baker's Coconut ad; One-page colour-photo ad for Burns Corned Beef Hash, Wieners and Beans, and Chili Con Carne; Recipes for preserves; World Sayings; Colour ad inside back cover for Wabasso Cottons shows lady making bed; Back cover colour ad for O'Keefe's features lovely illustration by Rex Woods of penny bazaar scene with boy buying muffin; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A nice copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), May 24, 1952 -  Cover Photo of the Queen and Prince Phillip at the Chelsea Garden Show, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John
2 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John The Illustrated London News (ILN), May 24, 1952 - Cover Photo of the Queen and Prince Phillip at the Chelsea Garden Show
England The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd. 1952 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall De Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 865-904. Features: Nice one-page Jaguar ad presents the Mark VII Saloon; General Eisenhower's farewell visit to London; U.S. landing at the North Pole; Draughtsman's impression of the liner "Orsova" presently being built; Multiple photos of repairs being made to the badly damaged bow of the carrier U.S.S. Wasp; Four photos of and inside a British midget submarine at sea off Plymouth; Two-page illustration of Australian beef being butchered and loaded directly onto plane for instant transport; British military mission departs Greece; Photos of the Queen Mother inspecting the Black Watch; Nice two-page panoramic photo view of the City of London is compared with the illustration which has been the hallmark of this publication since 1842; Colour photos of treasures recently unearthed in Cyprus; Article on the excavations in Enkomi-Alasia, the 14th century capital of Cyprus; Nice one-page photo of mail being passed between the H.M.S. Vigo and the H.M.S. Euryalus in the Mediterranean; Photos of personalities of the week, including the Queen's Champion Capt. J.L. M. Dymoke; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A quality vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, August (Aug.) 8, 1942 - Shattered Sebastopol, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John;
3 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John; The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, August (Aug.) 8, 1942 - Shattered Sebastopol
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch, Ltd. 1942 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Bryan; Davis, G.H.; Turner, C.E.; De Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 141-168. Features: Cover photo of General Sir Alan Brooke and Lt.-Gen. Archibald Nye; Page of illustrations of decorations as worn in the United States Army and Navy; Two pages of illustrations of the Insignia of Rank of U.S. Army and Navy Personnel Compared with those of Equivalent British Officers; Photos of Dover's cliffs as seen from occupied France, and a close-up photo of Dover's cliffs , with black smoke in the distance where German shells are falling near Dover; Training and the Test of Battle - article with map entitled "The Therman Thrust to the Caucasus, and the Soviet's Grave Problem of Supplies; Five photos illustrate stout German concrete and steel fortifications along the French coast; Photos of 'Nazi Orgies of Destruction' - shattered Sebastopol and Tolstoy's desecrated shrine, at Ysnaya Polyana; Photos of the celebration of Norwegian King Haakon VII's 70th birthday - great parade in Hyde Park; Photo of captured German "E"-boat; Aerial photo of Dusseldorf after major R.A.F. bombing raid; Photo of 28 survivors of the torpedoed "Avila Star" after 20 days adrift, including two English girls of 18; Japanese landings at Kiska, Aleutian Islands; Amazing centrefold illustration of a British armoured division moving into action - a panoramic view which includes all its component units; B.B.C. Reconstructs Gigantic Raid of a thousand bombers over Germany - with nine interesting photos, including three of "Lancasters"; Photos of Ten personalities in this week's news include Dir Francis Young-Husband, Sir Charles Sargent, Dr. H.E.D. Blakiston; Sir Flinders Petrie; The Officers and Men, with Commander Miers, V.C., of the Submarine "Torbay" at Buckingham Palace; Queen chatting with Miss Tanner of the Canadian Red Cross; Great page of illustrations of the Sten Gun explain this new British machine gun in detail; The conversion of milk into powder; Great one-page photo of a huge 'Cyclone' dryer which separates water from skim milk; Two pages of text and photos of ancient Siwa, now occupied by Italians; nice vintage ads. This copy was never stapled. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A quality vintage copy. 
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Canadian Geographical Journal, January, 1964: An Alberta Sod Home, Cloutier, Michel; Leitch, Adelaide; Barnes, J.A.; Harrington, Lyn; Sinclair, Sylvia
4 Cloutier, Michel; Leitch, Adelaide; Barnes, J.A.; Harrington, Lyn; Sinclair, Sylvia Canadian Geographical Journal, January, 1964: An Alberta Sod Home
Canada The Canadian Geographical Society 1964 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
37 Pages plus ten pages of nice vintage ads. Features: Nice Royal Canadian Navy recruiting ad inside front cover; Quebec's Winter Carnival/Le Carnaval De Quebec - article with many photos; The Ship That Built Nancy Island in the Nottawasaga River; Home on a Canadian Rockpile - The Barnes sod house at Oyen, Alberta - great family history; The New Territories of Hong Kong; Vancouver, B.C. compared with Sydney, Australia; Nice one-page two-colour CBC ad features Michael Maclear, their man in Tokyo; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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5 Dillon, Gordon W.: Editor American Orchid Society Bulletin Vol. 36 , June 1967 No. 6
Cambridge, MA, U.S.A. American Orchid Society, Inc. 1967 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Features: Orchid ailments not caused by insects or disease; is it Epedindrum bifidum or Epidendrum papilionaceum?; A further note on Paphiopedilum (cypripedium) Meadowsweet; Is this a healthy virus-free plant?; an orchid visit to Zululand; Three insect pests of Cymbidiums - a Gripp on Growing; Odontoglossum nebulosum compared with Odm. cervantesii and Odm. rossii - Collector's item. 
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Collier's Magazine, July 13.1946 - Four Armies of Occupation in Austria, Morgan, Edward P.; Davenport, Walter; Porter, Amy; Lowrence, Dee; Steel, Kurt; Sinks, Alfred H.; French, Carl; Neiman, Irving; Chandler, David; Mansfield, Norma; Schwarzkopf, Chetwood; Lanham, Edwin; Clark, Dale
6 Morgan, Edward P.; Davenport, Walter; Porter, Amy; Lowrence, Dee; Steel, Kurt; Sinks, Alfred H.; French, Carl; Neiman, Irving; Chandler, David; Mansfield, Norma; Schwarzkopf, Chetwood; Lanham, Edwin; Clark, Dale Collier's Magazine, July 13.1946 - Four Armies of Occupation in Austria
USA The Crowell-Collier Publishing Company 1946 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Darling, Gilbert; Gescheider, Robert; Cooper, Mario; Cordery, Earl; Baumgartner, Warren; Engstead, John; Burger, Carl; Klep, Rolf; Darling, Gilbert; Pike, John; Berman, Sam 
86 pages. Fiction: Two for a Nickel; The Marrying Kind; Free Choice; Home from the Sea; Slug it Slay!; Summer Silence. Articles: Austria's in the Middle; Mechanization and the CIO are making over America's South; Frank Otaris - at age 67 he is still a star of the flying trapeze; Fashion for expectant mothers; Compared to Earthquakes, Nuclear Bombs are Puny; A new repellent for summer bugs; Travel hints for those who would go places in the post-war rush. Ads include: GE Radios; International Harvester crawlers; Mercury cars; Firestone tires - with Indianapolis theme; Borden's - with Elsie the Cow; Lucky Strike cigarettes; Packard cars; Lee Tires; Douglas DC-4 aircraft; "The Kid From Brooklyn" color movie ad; Pennsylvania Railroad; Lord Calvert Whiskey - featuring color photo portrait of Valentino Sarra; Studebaker trucks; Carling's Ale; Whizzer Motor Co. (they made a small engine which was fastened to bicycles); Movie ad for "Notorious!" starring Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman; King Blended Whiskey; Nice back cover ad for Chesterfield cigarettes features cigarette girl. Coverfold mostly open. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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7 Multiple Contributors American Orchid Society Bulletin January 1969 Volume 38 No. 1
Cambridge, MA, U.S.A. American Orchid Society, Inc. 1969 First Edition Paperback Fair 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Features: Masdevallia caloptera - Collector's item; Greenhouse and artificial light culture of orchids compared; pH measurements in the greenhouse; a revision of the genus Phalaenopsis Blume - III; the "Now" trend in Paphiopedilum; Eulophias in Uganda - the orchids of Uganda. Well-worn. Unmarked. No tears. 
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Canadian Antiques Collector - November 1970, Vol. 5, No. 10, Multiple Contributors
8 Multiple Contributors Canadian Antiques Collector - November 1970, Vol. 5, No. 10
Toronto Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts 1970 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Victorian Furniture in Canada; Castle Villeneuve - A French Fantasy in Upper Canada; The Compleat bureau plat; Staffordshire Figures; The Circuitous Odyssey of Irish Art; The Resurgent Francis Hans Johnston/F. Hans Johnston, O.S.A./Frank H. Johnston, A.R.C.A./ Franz Johnston; The Glass Brothers - Late Starters; Some Thoughts on Canadian Glass; North American and English Furniture Compared. Average wear. Sound copy. 
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Newsweek Magazine, December 18, 1944 *PARTISAN GIRLS - THEIR WEAPONS ARE AN INTERNATIONAL ISSUE*, Multiple Contributors
9 Multiple Contributors Newsweek Magazine, December 18, 1944 *PARTISAN GIRLS - THEIR WEAPONS ARE AN INTERNATIONAL ISSUE*
USA Newsweek 1944 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Contents: interesting Borg-Warner ad features color military illustration promoting their desalination equipment; Full-page ad for movie 'To Have and Have Not' starring Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall; Interesting ad with several photos of the Great Northern Railway; Norfolk and Western Railway color ad; Friction over policy for Europe disturbs relations of big three - idealism of U.S. clashes with realism of British and quiet toughness of Reds; Red Thrust on Hungarian front may be master key to victory - Vienna, aim of campaign, is strategically a greater prize than even capital of Reich; Inside V-2 - official British diagram of a German V-2 shows the workings of the rocket and its relative size as compared with a man; The Ormoc Trap; Disaster in China - struggling to save lifelines to the Occident; Kaywoodie Briar pipe - beautiful color ad; Photo of a Fifteenth Air Force Liberator aflame over a heavy flak barrage; Men over 26 to fill the ranks as casualty lists grow longer - 26 to 37's must work or fight in bitter war months ahead; Interesting ad for the Comptometer displays a Googol! - of interest to modern-day Google fans!; White Truck color ad - attractive; France sated with bloodletting - moderates move to halt purge - Germans threaten reprisals against French captives in Reich if executions are continued; Photo of Canadian General Crerar with Cpl. E. O'Connor of Toronto; De Gaulle with Molotov; Industry puts reconversion aside to answer hurry call for arms; The Japs failed purge of the Philippine educational system; Great Lakes Steel color ad featuring futuristic auto body styles. Average wear. Address label atop front cover. Unmarked. Center page loose but present. 
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Pathfinder Magazine - A Weekly News Review of World Affairs, May 22, 1937 - Safety in the Sky / The Hindenberg Disaster, Multiple Contributors
10 Multiple Contributors Pathfinder Magazine - A Weekly News Review of World Affairs, May 22, 1937 - Safety in the Sky / The Hindenberg Disaster
USA The Pathfinder Publishing Co. 1937 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
24 pages. Features: Man and Sky - Safety is the Goal but Disaster Lies Between - article with photo of the Hindenberg disaster; The National Scene; Organized Labor and the Movies; Seeking taxes from Pierre S. duPont and John J. Raskob - with photos of each; Jim Crowism; Photo of Congressman A.W. Mitchell; Italy, Peeve, Censorship; Mexico, Church, Land; Sugar Pact; Spanish Civil War Update, with photo of Basque troops in Bilbao; Small international news bits; The Mellon Institute; Photo of Glenn Martin; Editorials; Robert R. Young and the Van Sweringen rail empire; Feature article on Neville Chamberlain, with photo of him and his wife; The Movie World - with bizarre 'puckered' photo of Rufe Davis; Photo of Sohn - who flew with canvas wings - and died; Air safety compared to rail and auto safety; Very fascinating aviation photos on back page show very unusual planes; Vintage ads; and more. Average wear. Yellowed with age. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Canadian Magazine, 17 April, 1971  *THE GREAT NOVA SCOTIA WILDCAT HUNT*, Multiple Contributors
11 Multiple Contributors The Canadian Magazine, 17 April, 1971 *THE GREAT NOVA SCOTIA WILDCAT HUNT*
Toronto Southstar 1971 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: The World Wildcat (bobcat) Hunt - Canadian guide Ron Hoare and American hunter Norm Wheeler at Truro, Nova Scotia; Professional patients - they can fake symptoms well enough to fool most doctors so they can enjoy all that tender, loving (and free) hospital care; Al Stewart of West Hill is a jack of all trades, and master of just about all of them - he, Bill Fields, Izzy Flader, Nick Kioussis, Aron Frydman, Alan (and Percy) Lepke are some of the very best and absolutely most reasonable repairmen anywhere; Tie One On - fashion segment featuring decorative tie-ons for bare legs named 'Gammies"; Do Canadian workers need American salaries? - a question being considered by North America's giant international unions - carpenter Harry Peck of Portland, Oregon is compared with carpenter Floyd Holly of Vancouver, BC; Nice colour full-page ad for Kentucky Fried Chicken; Prosperity is Killing the Game of Marbles - Why should a kid work for his water babies when he can buy all he wants?; Doug Wright's Family; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A sound copy. 
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Theatre Organ Magazine, Journal of the American Theatre Organ Society, June 1970 *The Richard Kline Studio Wurlitzer*, Multiple Contributors
12 Multiple Contributors Theatre Organ Magazine, Journal of the American Theatre Organ Society, June 1970 *The Richard Kline Studio Wurlitzer*
USA The American Theatre Organ Society 1970 First Edition Paperback Very Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Nice Wurlitzer organ ad inside front cover. Contents: Photo of the interior of the Fox Theatre, Washington, D.C. The Richard F. Kline, Jr. Studio Wurlitzer Pipe Organ - article with great photos. Portrait of Lee Erwin, Theatre Organist - nice four-page article with photos. Taming the Savage Beast - how to capture the proper sound when moving a theatre organ to your home - helpful illustrated 3-page article. A Theatre Organ "Pipe-In" at the University of Rhode Island - featuring their Moller-Austin four manual, forty-four rank pipe organ installed in Edwards Auditorium. The Boyd Kimball's Move to Wilmington - excitement over the installation of a three manual, nineteen rank Kimball pipe organ in the John Dickinson High School. Reprint of Chicago-Tribune article - Theatre Organ Revival is More than Nostalgia; Conn Organ ad featuring their 3-Manual Theatre Organ. Record reviews. I remember Dan Papp, the man who made the 4/36 Wurlitzer in the New York Paramount the standard to which all others were compared. Letters. Hollywood Cavalcade. Obituary for Herb Shriner. Chapter news. Classified ads. Classified ads. Rodgers Organ ad on back cover features their 33-E model. Light wear. Clean and unmarked. A nice copy. 
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Time Magazine, April (Apr.) 15, 1974 - Nixon's Tax Scandal, Multiple Contributors
13 Multiple Contributors Time Magazine, April (Apr.) 15, 1974 - Nixon's Tax Scandal
USA Time, Inc. 1974 B0032IKO6C First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
104 pages. Features: Devastation in Tornado Alley - Xenia, OH, Louisville, etc.; Nixon and the IRS; Two-page color-photo ad for Zenith's new Allegro speakers; News from the House Judiciary Committee investigating Watergate; The President's brothers, F. Donald and Edward; Trial of United Mineworkers President W.A. (Tony) Boyle for murder; Color-photo ad for the Cabrice Classic by Chevrolet features formal couple in back seat; Patty Hearst chooses to side with her captors, the S.L.A.; With the end of the Apollo program Cape Canaveral is a ghost town of gantries; The nuclear energy debate; Passing of Georges Pompidou; Israel looks back in anger at being unprepared for the October war; Violence in Northern Ireland; Ferdinand Marcos - one man's mission; Japanese tourists pray for war dead on Leyte; China condemns U.S. activity in Cambodia; Article and colour photos of Henry and Nancy Kissinger on their Acapulco honeymoon; Article and color photos of the QE2 broken down and adrift near Bermuda; Operation Auntie Fannie at Manhattan's Sotheby Parke Bernet Galleries; Color ad for the Volvo 164; Indicted financier Robert Vesco; Hank Aaron keeps hitting home runs; The Toronto Northmen of the W.F.L. attempt to lure Larry Csonka, Jim Kiick and Paul Warfield - article with photo; The delicate subject of inequality; Color photo of Dr. John C. Fletcher in Toyota Corona ad; Honda Civic ad shows its excellent fuel consumption compared to the competition; The Instant Nostalgia of Pop Art - article with color examples by Robert Rauschenberg Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol and Jasper Johns; Photo of Isabel Rittenhouse in Kelly Girl ad; American Electric Power System full-page ad with ilustration of Arab shutting the oil spiggot... again; Sebring-Vanguard, Inc. of Sebring, FL has build four electric car prototypes of the Citicar - article with photo; Excellent Camaro ad features attractive red car; Major review, with photos, of Robert Pirsig and his book Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance; Communes barred at Belle Terr, Long Island; Ballantine's whisky ad inside back cover features illustration inspired by film The Great Gatsby; and much more. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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14 Peterson, Richard American Orchid Society Bulletin - May, 1976 Vol. 45 No. 5
Cambridge, MA, U.S.A. American Orchid Society, Inc. 1976 First Edition Paperback Very Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
96 pages. Features: The Bifoliate Cattleyas of Brazil - The Intermidiae; A Sad Experience; some New Paths in Odontoglossum Breeding; Leochilus and Hybochilus Compared with Mesospinidium - Collector's Item. Phalaenopsis are Easy to Grow; Sepik Blue or May River red?; Cultivation of Cypripedium calceolus and Cypripedium reginae; An Orchid Conservation Review for South Florida; Growing Cool Odontoglossums in New England; Paphiopedilum druryi - Revisited. Very light edgewear. 
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15 Smith, Maurice: Editor Flight and Aircraft Engineer Magazine: Bound Issues from April 1, 1955 - June 17, 1955
U.K. Iliffe and Sons Ltd. 1955 First Edition Hardcover Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Multi-paginated Profusely illustrated with black and white photography, diagrams and advertisements. No. 2410 Vol. 67 contains: Maritime Britannia - first particulars of Canadair's CL-28; Re-Rising Sun - the Japanese aircraft industry 10 years after VJ-Day; Southern Air Traffic Control at London Airport; H.M. Carriers 1955 - survey's the role of the aircraft carrier in a thermo-nuclear age and previews the carrier strength of British and Commonwealth navies; Carrier Developments - recent inventions to increase efficiency on the flight deck; Scotland's Air Ambulances - two B.E.A. Herons go into operation. No. 2411 Vol. 67 8 April 1955 contains: The Speed of the Fox - a fairey occasion with historic associations; Jodel D.112 and Druine Turbi - Two French Ultra-light Two-seaters Compared; London Airport Central - photos of the new passenger handling block; Ferry 604 - The diary of a Viscount delivery flight to Montreal; Radically New Cockpit Design - U.S. Navy's television instrumentation; No. 47 Squadron - history of a famous transport command unit; Air Gunnery at Sylt; The Edo Amphibious Float; Two photos of the Handley Page Victor; The Deuce - English Electric's Digital Computer; T.C.A. and the Viscount - Background to the North American debut of a British turboprop airliner. No. 2413 Vol. 67 22 April 1955: Photo of the Hiller "Flying Platform"; Mixed Power - Engines of Different Species in Combination, Mr. M.J. Brennan's R.Ae.S. Lecture; Actuallites Francaises - the mighty Armagnac *page 519-520 missing from this article*; At the controls of the B-45 - Second-pilot time on a four-jet bomber; Britannia's Johannesburg Trials - Phase one of the tropical tests; Idlewild's New Terminal Area. No.2414 Vol.67 29 April 1955: Guide to First 1955 National Air Races; The Supercharged Turboprop - Dr. Hooker's S.A.E. Lecture on the Bristol B.E. 25, successor to the Proteus; Automatic Interception - all-weather single-seaters defending the U.K.; Meeting of the Airways; Actualites Francaises - the Morane-Saulnier M.S.760 Paris; Silencing Jet Helicopters - a notable paper by Professor E.J. Richards; Sopwith Camel - Historic Military Aircraft No. 10; Tower of London - radar, radio and lighting controls in the new central building. No. 2415 Vol. 67 6 May 1955: A Coming-of-age with Gannets; Actualites Francaises - part 3 - non-stop variety in light aircraft; Jet Provost - Hunting Percival's New Av Initio Trainer (includes 2-page detailed drawing); The First Round - Swansea sees the start of the 1955 national air races; Off the Ice - an R.C.A.F. helicopter rescues a Cessna which was partially submerged beneath ice; Igor Sikorsky in Great Britain - Pioneer Helicopter Designer's Lecture to the Institution of Mechanical Engineers; Fabrications to Float and Fly - rubber dinghies, balloons, and much else - the work of the R.F. D company; "Hot" Parts by the Hundred - Briggs Motor Bodies, Ltd. No. 2416 Vol. 67 13 May 1955: More Thoughts on Jet Lift; Routine Atlantic Crossing - Passenger's impressions of a typical Transatlantic flight by B.O.A.C. Stratocruiser; The World's Air Forces - Their compostion, duties and aircraft *2 pages of this article are loose but present*; 1955 Military Aircraft Data; National Aircraft Insignia; The World's Air Forces Cont'd. No. 2417 Vol. 67 May 20, 1955: A Truimphant British Motion Picture - The Dam Busters; Luftwaffe Redivivus - Germany's New Air Force for A.A.F.C.E. - Its strenghts and constitution; The Party Line on Airlines - Tories, Labour and Liberals express their view for "flight"; Supersonic Fighter - a critical examination of the F-100A Super Sabre (with detailed drawing); Introduction to Air Freight - Part 1 American Domestic Scene; The S.N.C.A.S.E. S.E. 210 Caravalle - France's First Jet Airliner (with detailed drawing); Regularity in the making - the technical organization behind B.O.A.C.; Flight Control - an historical review - Abstracts from Dr. Draper's Wilbur Wright Lecture; Deutsche Lufthansa in Service - How the revived German airline is operating; At the B.I.F. - Materials, Tools and Equipment at Castle Bromwich; Decca Evaluated - Findings of the 1951-53 M.T.C.A. Trials - and a Decca Postscript. No. 2418 Vol 67 27 May 1955: Brood of the Eagle - Gannets, Wyverns, Sea Hawks, Skyraiders and Dragonflies aboard the H.M.S. Eagle; Mars to Javelin - Gloster aircraft of forty years (dozens of illustrations)*missing page 717-718*; Friends in the Gloster Family; Jet-Airliner Systems - electrics, hydraulics, air conditioning, pressurization and fuel supply; Man-Carrying Centrifuge - New acceleration research rig for Institute of Aviation Medicine. No. 2419, Vol. 67 3 June 1955: Bristol Orpheus - a medium thrust turbojet with exceptional potentialities; Blackburn-Turbomeca - An outstanding range of small gas turbines (detailed drawing); Whitsun displays and competitions; Fokker F.27 Friendship - Holland's up-and-coming feedliner - basic simplicity plus some new techniques (detailed drawing); Farewell to "Habb" - memories of the great R.A.F. base in the middle east now ceded to Iraq; Lockheed vs. Douglas - A brief comparative analysis of America's new long-range liners; Louis Breguet's work - an appreciation; Soldering aluminum - a new process approved by the M.o.S. for Aircraft. No. 2420 Vol. 26 10 June 1955: Ypenburg impressions - more about the Ilsy display; Britain's contribution to a great Paris Salon; Silver in the sun - Canberras of Bomber Command; Introduction to air freight - part 2 - Britain's bid on the Atlantic route; France's aircraft industry - the background to the Paris show; L'Aviation Legere - the French Government-sponsored Popular Flying Movement; French Commercial Aviation - Extensive world networks - plans for domestic-route expansion; Aluminium alloy Components - modern tendencies in forging and casting techniques; The British Light-alloy industry; Oil-cooled generators. No. 2421 Vol. 67. 17 June 1955: Third Round of the national air races - a damp day at Whitchurch; Birthday Honours; Mach 3 Wind Tunnel - Armstrong Whitworth's Whitley Plant; Newspaper Run - From Fleet Street's presses to Germany's breakfast tables; One Loose Glider - reflections on an unusual channel crossing; The Paris show; "New Guinea Internal" - quantas introduces Beavers for some exacting duties; Single-Spool Turboprop - Notes on the philosophy behind the Eland; Air Transports in the news. No. 2422 Vol. 67 24 June 1955: Without visible means of support - Ultra-modern French entomology - the Coleopter; week-end in Paris; Stands at the Salon - new components and accessories seen a Le Bourget; Scharfoldendorf Championships - Gliding contests; The Turboprop in practice - B.E.A's Viscount Experience - Mr. Masefield's paper at the Anglo-American conference; Low Consumption turbines - Some Rolls-Royce Achievements - Mr. Lombard's Lecture at the Anglo-American Conference. Unmarked. Light to moderate wear. Moderate lean to spine. Nice copy. 
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The Illustrated London News - August 24, 1963 *GREAT TRAIN ROBBERY ISSUE*, Various Contributors
16 Various Contributors The Illustrated London News - August 24, 1963 *GREAT TRAIN ROBBERY ISSUE*
London The Illustrated London News 1963 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features/Photos: The most daring and fruitful mail robbery in English history - The Great Train Robbery; Karsh photo of Nikita S. Khrushchev; Looking back on the test ban treaty; the probably base for Vespasian's western campaign during the Claudian invasion of Britain - new discoveries at the new Fishbourne site; The new British Chieftan tank compared to tanks of four other nations; the Farmobil - a light multi-purpose cross-countyr vehicle; and more. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. Quality copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, 11 May 1946, Various Contributors
17 Various Contributors The Illustrated London News, 11 May 1946
London, England The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1946 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Cover: One of the Finest Roman Villa Mosaics to be Discovered in Great Britain. Features include: Our Notebook; Book Review: "Of Ants and Men" by Caryl P. Haskins, Ph.D.; Aftermath of War: Record of the 17th Indian Division; Books of the Day; and The World of Science: The Aleutian Seaquake. Pictorial Journals include: The South African Gold Rush: Odendaals Rust, in the Orange Free State, Centre of the Recent Amazing Gold Rush; Search for Hidden "Treasure": Discovery of Secret Nazi Documents; Roman Mosaics Revealed in Somerset: Details of an Important Discovery; The Holy Land - Neither Jewish National Home Nor Arab State: Scenes in Palestine, the Subject of an Anglo-American Report; Britain's Newest and Mightiest Battleship (H.M.S. Vanguard) Comes to Life; Two of the World's Largest Battleships Compared: Detailed Drawings of the U.S.S. "Iowa" and H.M.S. "Vanguard" (Illustrated by G.H. Davis); Alcatraz: Where Warders and Convicts Fought a Two-Day Battle; Hong Kong, Our Century-Old Crown Colony, Now Again Under British Civil Government: A Drawing Showing the Colony's Layout, With Victoria, the Capital in the Foreground (Illustrated by Lieut. James Morris); An Ancient Scottish Home (House of Binns) for the Nation; Naval Occasions; The Modelling of "H.M.S. Habbakuk"; Aircraft to Record Atom Bomb Tests; and Objects of Art and Vertu in the Public Eye. Binding sound. Contents clean and unmarked with minimal wear. A quality copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, 29 July 1944, Various Contributors
18 Various Contributors The Illustrated London News, 29 July 1944
London, England The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1944 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Cover: Air Chief-Marshal Sir Trafford Leigh-Mallory Conferring with General Montgomery. Features include: Our Notebook; Book Reviews: "China, My China" by H. Rattenbury and "China and Britain" by Sir J. Pratt; The Great World War: The Stroke Launched at Hitler; Books of the Day; and The World of Science: Australia's Wool Effort. Pictorial Journals include: Bombing Used as a Super Artillery Barrage Before an Attack; The Ramparts and Moats of the "European Fortress": A Perspective Map of Continental Europe, Indicating Contours, as Viewed from the Ural Mountains, Looking Westward; Germany's "Human Torpedo" Compared with the British Version; British Offensive On the Western Front: Troops in Action, and a Map of the Normandy Battle Zone; Mr. Churchill Pays a Three-Day Visit to the Normandy Front; Germany's Internal Crisis: Leading Rebel and Pro-Hitler Generals; Battle Scene in Normandy; The Eastern Front: Russian Generals Directing the Westward Surge (inc. map); The Eastern Front: Aspects of the Red Army's Great Forward Drive; U.S. Troops Landing in Guam; The Capture of Saipan Island; Germany's Most Appalling Crime: The Ghastly Massacre of Oradour-sur-Glane; Troglodytes of 1944: Some Aspects of Life in London's Deep Shelters; Sidelights on War - And the Peaceful Scene of Ruskin's House; and Army/Air Co-Ordination: A Mobile Control Unit of the 2nd T.A.F. (illustrated by Flight Lieut. H.W. Hailstone). Binding sound. Large clipping missing from page 139/140. Prior owners ink stamp with some writing centre front cover. Some ink smudges to back cover. Contents clean and unmarked. Moderate wear. 
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