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Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, November 24, 1956 - Priceless William Notman Canadian Photo Collection / Zeckendorf's Plans for Four Canadian Cities / How Percy Williams Swept the Olympic Sprints, Berton, Pierre; Newman, Peter C.; Fraser, Blair; Porter, McKenzie; Gardner, Ray; Collins, Robert; Cummings, Parke; Heiney, Donald; Hewitt, Foster; Tumpane, Frank; et al
1 Berton, Pierre; Newman, Peter C.; Fraser, Blair; Porter, McKenzie; Gardner, Ray; Collins, Robert; Cummings, Parke; Heiney, Donald; Hewitt, Foster; Tumpane, Frank; et al Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, November 24, 1956 - Priceless William Notman Canadian Photo Collection / Zeckendorf's Plans for Four Canadian Cities / How Percy Williams Swept the Olympic Sprints
Canada Maclean-Hunter 1956 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Notman, William; Dallison, Ken; Simpkins; 
96 pages. Features: Frank Tumpane's views on book censorship; Nice one-page Canadair ad; Bill Zeckendorf's Big Real Estate Development Plans for Canada - article with great photos; Nice two-page color ad for the 1957 Plymouth; William Notman's irreplacable collection of half a million portraits and views - twelve pages of sample photos with captions; Why the Conservatives are swinging to Diefenbaker; The Junior League - exclusive women's service club; How Percy Williams Swect the Olympic Sprints - fantastic photos and flashback article to Canada's 1928 track sensation; Central Canada's wild rice - the weed that gourmets go for; Cinci beer ad; Philips TV ad - one page in color; Jasper cartoon; Fantastic colour centerfold ad for the 1957 Dodge - featuring a red two-door Mayfair; Marconi TV ad; Nice one-page two-color ad for Chevrolet trucks on the Alcan Highway; Foster Hewitt's most memorable meal; Ballerina Melissa Hayden is featured in a Canadian Wine Institute ad; Attractive photo ad for Warner's Corselettes; Nice color ad for 1957 Studebaker cars; Nice colour-photo Coke ad on back cover features two ladies lunching at soda counter. Above-average wear. Binding intact. Some dampstains. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Saturday Evening Post, August 30, 1958 - Maurice Chevalier / John Diefenbaker / Iconic Norman Rockwell Knothole Cover Illustration, Boulle, Pierre; Jensen, Eileen; Forrest, Williams; Craig, Robert; Moore, James Merriam; MacKaye, Milton; Pearse, Ben; Maxwell, James A.; Gustafson, Philip; Martin, Pete; Gibson, Althea; Albrand, Martha; Lanham, Edwin
2 Boulle, Pierre; Jensen, Eileen; Forrest, Williams; Craig, Robert; Moore, James Merriam; MacKaye, Milton; Pearse, Ben; Maxwell, James A.; Gustafson, Philip; Martin, Pete; Gibson, Althea; Albrand, Martha; Lanham, Edwin The Saturday Evening Post, August 30, 1958 - Maurice Chevalier / John Diefenbaker / Iconic Norman Rockwell Knothole Cover Illustration
USA Curtis 1958 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Rockwell, Norman (cover); Jones, Carroll; Harris, R.G.; Bingham, James R.; Storm, R.F.; Riley, Ken; 
80 pages. Short Stories: The Temptation of Father Montoire; The Susceptible Blonde; Marriage Crisis; Hurricane Rescue; The Man Who Bought People. Articles: Canada's Amazing Prime Minister, John George Diefenbaker; Spare Parts for Defective Hearts - plastic valves devised by Dr. Charles A. Hufnagel; What's For Breakfast? - Brennan's restaurant in the French Quarter of New Orleans; How We Would Strike Back - the story of the tightly-guarded Zaragoza Air Force Base and its tense crews who wait for the alarm to fly their H-bombers; I Call on Maurice Chevalier; I Wanted to Be Somebody - part 2 - Althea Gibson Nearly Gave Up Tennis; The face of America - Wheat in the Street - amazing color photo of storing wheat harvest in the main street of Snyder, OK. Serials: A Day in Monte Carlo (part 5 of 6); I Married Murder (conclusion). Ads: Magnificent one-page color-photo Cadillac ad features a white sedan; Salem cigarettes; Viceroy cigarettes; Nice two-page color ad for a red Brookwood 6-passenger station wagon; Cooper Tires ad features photo of Hell Drivers in action; U.S. Savings Bonds; De Beers diamonds; Partially soiled Coke ad on back cover features numerous sailing photos. Average wear. Center two pages loose but present. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, June 8, 1957 - Muriel Sprague Richardson Feature / The Man Behind Laura Secord Chocolates, Earl, Marjorie; Stephenson, Bill; Collins, Robert; Moon, Barbara; Beattie, Earle; Gilligan, Edmund; Bevan, A.; Et al
3 Earl, Marjorie; Stephenson, Bill; Collins, Robert; Moon, Barbara; Beattie, Earle; Gilligan, Edmund; Bevan, A.; Et al Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, June 8, 1957 - Muriel Sprague Richardson Feature / The Man Behind Laura Secord Chocolates
Montreal Maclean-Hunter 1957 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Little, John (Cover); Macpherson, Duncan 
92 pages. Features: Glorious cover illustration by John Little of wedding scene on St. Urbain St. in old Montreal; Editorial in favour of banning atomic tests until their harm is known; One-page International (Harvester) Construction Equipment ad features St. Lawrence Seaway construction and the 24-ton Payhauler used to move rock; Communism, too, bears seeds of freedom; J.B. Priestly's Canadian play sizzles, fizzles; Nice one-page Matinee cigarette ad features illustration of fashionable couples at yacht club; Federal Election - why should we vote for you?; Will Harry Ferguson Revolutionize the Car Industry Too? - he did it to farming with a pint-sized tractor that even Henry Ford marveled at, and now he's designed a new car the world's been waiting for; The Wonderful World of French-Canadian TV - article with great colour photos; The Shy Baroness of Brokerage - Muriel Sprague Richardson of James Richardson and Sons Limited; Look Now, Horseman... - Novelette; The Embattled Ringmaster of Fighting Words - photo-illustrated article on Nathan Cohen who, when he isn't inciting guests on his TV panel to mayhem is committing it himself as Canada's toughest drama critic; John D. Hayes runs 127 Laura Secord chocolate shops and 401 Fanny Farmer chocolate shops in the U.S. - and he's almost blind - article with nice photo; Nostalgic centrefold federal election ad for the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada features one-page black and white photo portrait of John Diefenbaker; Nice one-page colour ad for the Pontiac Laurentian (white convertible); One-page ad for the Polaroid Land Camera; Hugh Maclennan's most memorable meal - a Greak feast on a ruined roast; One-page ad for Trans-Canada Airlines features illustrations of their DC-8, Vanguard and Viscount planes; One-page election ad for the federal Liberal party features photo of Louis St. Laurent; Nostalgic Oldsmobile ad features colour photo of man leaning on hood of red car; O'Keefe ad features colour photo of man in armour riding horse in front of a CF-100 fighter jet; Nice colour ad for Black Label Beer features "Mabel"; Great colour GWG ad inside back cover features various denim and other garments; Back cover Coke ad features illustration of sailboat social scene; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A sound copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, March 14, 1959, Fraser, Blair; Kelley, Thomas P.; Sangster, Dorothy; Callwood, June; Longgood, Bill; Wallace, Ed; Percival, Lloyd; Frayne, Trent; Fowler, R.M.; Baxter, Beverley
4 Fraser, Blair; Kelley, Thomas P.; Sangster, Dorothy; Callwood, June; Longgood, Bill; Wallace, Ed; Percival, Lloyd; Frayne, Trent; Fowler, R.M.; Baxter, Beverley Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, March 14, 1959
Canada Maclean Hunter 1959 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Winter, William (Cover Art); Rockett, Paul; Ehricht, Horst; Dellow, Alex; McNally, Ed 
72 pages. Features: Nice colour photo ad for Red Cap ale inside front cover; Nostalgic full-page Aunt Jemima pancake ad; Great full-page colour photo ad for the 1959 line of Rambler automobiles; Is Diefenbaker running a one-man government?; My dad was king of the medicine men - Doc Tom Kelley and his Medicine Show; The Woman who can do anything - Malvina Labine is Reeve of Rayside Township near Sudbury - and she has given birth to 20 children! - article with great photos; Holiday Weekend in Ottawa - Trent Frayne and June Callwood take their family for a trip; The delicate art of giving the sack - some techniques; How I Beat My Middle-Aged Spread - Lloyd Percival describes how he shaped up - article with photos; Attractive colour ad for the 1959 Plymouth Fury; Caterpillar colour photo ad features large shot of Highway 401 passing through Toronto - all four lanes of it - my how things have changed!; Nice Oldsmobile colour ad for the Dynamic 88 Holiday Sportsedan; Now totally politically incorrect, the colour photo ad for O'Keefe beer inside back cover shows a couple watching a scantilly clad woman on tv while drinking beer and smoking!; Back cover Coke ad shows a couple preparing pop and sandwiches for a party; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Weekend Magazine, 12 August 1967 (Newspaper Insert) - Dalton Camp Cover Photo, Hillen, Ernest; Nagle, Patrick
5 Hillen, Ernest; Nagle, Patrick Weekend Magazine, 12 August 1967 (Newspaper Insert) - Dalton Camp Cover Photo
Toronto The Telegram 1967 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Moss, Bruce; Prazak; Frank 
32 pages. Features: Dalton Camp explains how he defied John Diefenbaker and forced a new look at the upcoming Progressive Conservative Party convention - with photos of many major PC players; The Crazy, Unbelievable world of Salvador Dali - article with great photos of Dali and Donyale Luna; Navies By Night - The biggest peacetime naval assembly in Canada's history is lit up in Halifax Harbour - article and great colour photos; Huge colour photo centerfold image of Queen Elizabeth in Ottawa on June 30th; Interview with golfer Tom Weiskopf - with nice colour photos which also include Arnold Palmer and Mrs. Weiskopf; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A quality vintage copy. 
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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, March 29, 1958 - Henri Richard is the "Pocket Rocket", MacLennan, Hugh; Moon, Barbara; Bannerman, James; Early, Marjorie; Hutchison, Bruce; Frayne, Trent; Eaton, Cyrus; Baxter, Beverley; Gilmour, Clyde; Allen, Robert Thomas
6 MacLennan, Hugh; Moon, Barbara; Bannerman, James; Early, Marjorie; Hutchison, Bruce; Frayne, Trent; Eaton, Cyrus; Baxter, Beverley; Gilmour, Clyde; Allen, Robert Thomas Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, March 29, 1958 - Henri Richard is the "Pocket Rocket"
Toronto Maclean-Hunter 1958 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall McNally, Ed (Cover Art); De Visser, John; Sebert, John; Gilliat, Rosemary; Olsen, Jack; Martin, Roy; Zarov, Basil; Simpkins 
64 pages. Features:Nice one-page colour ad for the '58 Plymouth with "Torsion-Aire; We must come to terms with Russia - or perish; Britain is rocked by air crash of Manchester United; Nostalgic full-page colour-photo ad for Aquascutum short wool coats; The Private Side of Politics - a panel speaks informally with John Diefenbaker adn Mike Pearson; Margaret - sister of the Queen - great article with many photos; Bruce Hutchison explains "What Went Wrong with the Boom" - economic analysis; Colour photos by John de Visser; How Henri "The Pocket Rocket" Richard Beat His Kid-Brother Jinx - article with great photos; Nostalgic centrefold ad for Inglis appliances for 1958; Uncommon colour photo ad for Scott-Atwater outboard motors; Huge two-page ad for the Conservative Party of Canada features full-page black and white photo of John Diefenbaker; Snappa Cappa Red Cap Ale - colour one-page photo ad shows fisherman opening bottle; Nice B/A ad on back cover. Unmarked. Average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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Saturday Night Magazine, Volume 73: Complete Run of 1958 Issues Bound in One Volume, Marjoribanks, Robert: Editor
7 Marjoribanks, Robert: Editor Saturday Night Magazine, Volume 73: Complete Run of 1958 Issues Bound in One Volume
Canada Saturday Night/Consolidated Press 1958 First Edition Hardcover Very Good Former Library Copy 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Topics: Shocking mess in civil defense; Canada-US Partnership problems; Lester Pearson - Peacemaking to Politicking; New Surgery repairs the heart - Dr. Wilfred Bigelow; Nice 2-page colour GM ad with five illustrations of Chevrolet through Cadillac; Canada's CF-100 - Boldest and Costliest Aviation Venture; How the Price Squeeze hit the Newspapers; U.K. Trade Mission - what it achieved; How to make money when stocks go down; Colour Chevrolet ad; Toronto Exchange in Losing Battle with Skulduggery; Let's not panic on Canadian Education; Playground of Danger in the Middle East; Small Investors invade Real Estate; Cover photo - Dr. E.J. Pratt; Cover photo of Conductor Walter Susskind; Our Shabby Airports - a growing shame; The Cigarette war comes to Canada; How we cover up our Racia Abuses; Confused Tax Laws cost you money; Cover photo of TV's Joyce Sullivan; Our 'forgotten force' in the middle-east - Snafu in UNEF; Closed-circuit TV catches on in Canada; Revival of Freedom on Latin America; Natural Gas Stocks - profit possibilities; Cover photo of George C. Metcalf; Election Pollsters; Can a machine prove you are drunk?; What free trade would mean to Canada; Cover photo of J.E. Coyne of the Bank of Canada; What do we need most in Canadian schools - money or brains?; A Long-Term Payoff in Labrador Power; Spoon-fed patriotism won't work in Canada; New market technique for skillful traders; Cover photo and story on Sir Robert Watson-Watt; Rescuing a world bent on Suicide; How many people are really out of work?; Our moonstruck U.S. Neighbors; Sales Promotion brings in hard cash; Cover photo and article on Rev. Dr. J.R. Mutchmor; The Recession; Dilemma of Diplomacy; Parlor politics and the video vote; New play in the copper market; Cover photos and article on CCF leader M.J. Coldwell; How Canada built and abandoned the world's first Jetliner - designed by James Floyd; Gold's new glitter brings out old glamor; Our religious revival - new faith or old fear?; Boating craze booms business; Cover photo and article of CPA's Grant McConachie; Business in British Columbia; Could we stop Russian missiles?; Global triple play - Ike to Dag to Mr. K; Vancouver's Deas Island Project - Submarine Highway Under the Fraser; Cover photo and story on Stratford's Charmion King; Trade Policy; Why the CF-105 had to be built *Great Avro Arrow Article with Photos*; The case against the Grand Jury; Mutual Funds; Cover photo and article on Labour Minister Mike Starr; Why the market rises while business slumps; Will resurgent Tories take over in B.C.?; How the DBS figures can make you money; Can leadership solve the world's ills; Cover photo and article on Federal Finance Minister Donald Fleming; Canadian-UK banks combine to develop South American trade; Terror in British Columbia - the Sons of Freedom in the Kootenays; NORAD and NATO and their affects on our national interest; New Trend - Mutual Life Companies; Dollars and cents re: Air Conditioning; Jason Robards cover photo and article; Cover photo and artile on Davidson Dunton; Hoffa Muscles in - will labor racketeers strangle the Seaway?; Feeble defense policy cripples our armed forces; TV inquisitors give journalism new depth; Mining market madness; Cover photos and article on Dag Harrarskjold; The State of Alaska - partner or problem?; Sherman Adams Case - Pharisee's Prattfall; What Shakespeare did to Stratford; Who benefits from Gasoline wars?; Cover photo and article on Maurice Duplessis; Will foreign cars drive U.S. Makers to Model-T thinking?; How NORAD worked in Mid-East Crisis; Successful Pay-TV - a first for Canada?; TBill sale can fight inflation; Cover photo and article on CBC's Jack Duffy (who bears a resemblance to Mr. Obama); The Family Fortunes; TV in Russia; Arab Showdown; Buy a house and stay solvent; Cover photos and article on Claude Bissell; Does Ottawa connive in U.S. attempt to tax Canadians?; Why emotion rules in U.S. School Fight; Army faces atom war without atomic arms; A hundred-year debt to Darwin's thinking; Herman Geiger-Torel - cover photo and article; Training Canada's minds for the future; Driver demerits- civil rights issue; Will the two China's divide the west?; Secretaries earn new business status; Banker Charles Sydney Frost - cover photo and article; Labour and Management collide as recession sharpens issues; new bid for UK firm by Massey-Harris?; No amateurs needed in modern education; Mortgage trading planned for Canada; Scandinavia is ready for atomic defense; The TV Cowboy; Development bank helps small business; Harry Crowe and Human Rights; Diefenbaker - Prime Minister on Tour; Another look at the Borden Commission report; Seaway troubles with tolls and pilots; Natural Gas Rocks Ontario - financially, and literally; Will television kill Rawhide?; Gold mining again makes money for Malartic; Australia drive for New B.C. Markets; The Scholarship of the Press; Christmas is just not Christian; Meaning of Stock Exchange merger for investors; 1959 business and employment picture. Free dope may help addicts; Have rising prices reached their peak?; Solid binding. Minimal library markings. Light wear. A quality copy. 
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Maclean's Magazine - January 18, 1958, Multiple Contributors
8 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine - January 18, 1958
Canada Maclean Hunter 1958 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
56 pages. Features: The next world problem - Who Owns Space?; Barry Morse - The Barrymore of Canadian TV; Louis Archambault's Wonderful Wall; Diefenbaker's Home Town - Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. Nice Colour Ads: Matinee Cigarettes; Canadian Car Company; Caterpillar - New Brunswick Theme; Red Cap Ale; 1958 Plymouth Automobile; Dow Beer; O'Keefe Ales; Coke (back cover). Average wear. Please note! Pages 31 through 34 missing 
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Maclean's Magazine, August 31 1957 - Tear Down Our Mental Hospitals?, Multiple Contributors
9 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, August 31 1957 - Tear Down Our Mental Hospitals?
Toronto Maclean Hunter 1957 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Cover art by James Hill depicts Toronto's annual C.N.E. Features: Don't let the Experts run our lives, by Roderick Haig-Brown; Can Vivien Leigh save the St. James's?; Dr. Humphry Osmond's new deal for the insane - he wants to tear down our mental hospitals, give patients back their self-respect and find a pill to cure insanity; How to Live with a Teenage Daughter, by Robert Thomas Allen; I Made Friends with My Burglar - a true story, with photo, by Jeann Beattie; The Night Grandma Swam the Lake, by John Clare; Can Diefenbaker fulfill his election promises?, by Blair Fraser; How Canada Looks to our Children - a Maclean's album of attractive colour art by young Canadians; Colour photo GM centerfold entitled "How to see Value in a Price Tag"; The Lake-Swimming Grandmas - Mrs. Rosita Tanner, with photos; Coke ad on back cover with Venice theme. Average wear. Unmarked. Address label atop front cover. A sound copy. 
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Maclean's Magazine, July 28, 1962 *COVER PHOTO OF JOHN DIEFENBAKER*, Multiple Contributors
10 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, July 28, 1962 *COVER PHOTO OF JOHN DIEFENBAKER*
Canada Maclean's Magazine 1962 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: What Pearson won by losing; Why Diefenbaker lost Canada; Real Caouette's Road to Power - 26 Socreds upset Quebed and split Canada; The Long Watch; Birth of a Labor Party? - Tommy Douglas lost farmers and won union men; The Back-room Conspiracy - who does the thinking for the top party strategists; The Rosy World of Nutri-Bio - part cult, part showmanship, the 'food supplement' business is mostly profit; Spectacular last mile - the last, highest and costliest stretch of the Trans-Canada Highway - bridge-building in BC - great photos; The Glass Robin in our Coal Bin - how to haunt wrecked castles and build a dream house that scares architects. Nice colour Molson Canadian ad inside back cover. Coke ad on back cover. Closed four inch tear to top edge of front cover else average wear. A quality copy. 
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Maclean's Magazine, May 9,  1959 - A Searching New Look at the French Canadian, Multiple Contributors
11 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, May 9, 1959 - A Searching New Look at the French Canadian
Toronto Maclean Hunter 1959 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: Colour Parker Pen inside front cover; Is Diefenbaker outdrawing Duplessis?; The Astonishing Attitude of the English in Quebec, by Andre Laurendeau; The Unconquerable French Canadians - visiting Quebec on the 200th anniversary of the "conquest," an illustrious interpreter of the national scene, Bruce Hutchison, reports on the "furious ferment" that is "the most important fact in our country today"; "The Maurice Richards" - great article on Maurice "The Rocket" Richard and his wife and children, with several photos; the incomparable St. Lawrence; Writings by Marcel Dube and Roger Lemelin especially for this issue - The Plouffes visit Toronto, and Nathalie was my first Love; The Church - how much political power does it wield in Quebec?; What Quebec Laughs at; Eight artists paint their Quebec - John Lyman, Jean Dallaire, Jacques de Tonnancour, Leon Bellefleur, Robert W. Pilot, Ghitta Caiserman, Jean Paul Lemieux; Dozens of great ads, approximately half in colour, including a great full-page colour ad for Plymouth and its push-button transmission; Great colour Coke ad on back cover. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A quality copy. 
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Maclean's Magazine, November 1, 1965 *CANADA'S HIPPIES*, Multiple Contributors
12 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, November 1, 1965 *CANADA'S HIPPIES*
Toronto Maclean-Hunter Limited 1965 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Nice 2-page colour ad for the 1966 Pontiac Parisienne Sport Coupe; Ten Million voters in search of an issue; Who'll be around after the Federal Election? - this could be the last campaign for Pearson and Diefenbaker; Stop the world - they want to get off - John Ruddy interviews Scottie Mayer, Jack Martin, Cecilie Kwiat, and Andrew Mikolasch - Canadian Hippies; The HIdden Treasures of a Shy Rebel - J.E.H. MacDonald created a truly Canadian style of art and played a leading role in the founding of the Group of Seven - with several lovely colour samples of his works; The land that lives on borrowed time - bird watchers explore Hong Kong's awesome beauty, hopeless poverty, sample irresistible bargains, watch the prettiest girls in Asia... and some birds too!, Part 2 of a series by Fred Bodsworth; Death of a Great Lake - by smothering Lake Erie with pollution, man is making it an odorous, slime-covered graveyard; Frequent prison inmate Joe Bouchard describes his home away from jail, while writing his autobiography; Very colourful photo centerfold ad for the Ford Fairlanes; Should doctors be licensing doctors; Great two-page colour photo spread of the 1966 Oldsmobiles; Canadiana by Gerald Stevens; Claude Wagner - the man Quebec's crooked politicians can't touch and the gangs can't beat; and more. Average wear. A sound copy. 
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The Canadian Magazine, August 3, 1968, Proudfoot, Dan; Benoit, Mme Jehane; Grant, Maggie; Carmichael, David; Grescoe, Paul
13 Proudfoot, Dan; Benoit, Mme Jehane; Grant, Maggie; Carmichael, David; Grescoe, Paul The Canadian Magazine, August 3, 1968
Toronto Southstar 1968 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Hallling, Jorgen; Bolduc, Blanche 
20 pages. Features: Diefenbaker's Final Fray; Erna Paris describes her juror service during a rape trial; Fantastic colour photo for GM featuring John Brooks and his red Firebird; Calgary Stampeder receiver Terry Evanshen thinks himself to touchdowns; Salad recipes; Doug Wright's Family; The St. Boniface hawks - two of the Lowthian brothers have fought in Vietnam in U.S. units. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Weekend Magazine, Vol. 15, No. 50 - December 11, 1965 - Mimi Hines Cover Photo, Quig, James; Klyn, Doyle; Smith, Philip; Scanlon, Joseph; Oliver, Margo; O'Brien, Andy
14 Quig, James; Klyn, Doyle; Smith, Philip; Scanlon, Joseph; Oliver, Margo; O'Brien, Andy Weekend Magazine, Vol. 15, No. 50 - December 11, 1965 - Mimi Hines Cover Photo
Victoria, British Columbia Victoria Daily Times 1965 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Beaver, Bert; Prazak, Frank; Wright, Doug 
56 pages. Features: The St. Lawrence Seaway - losing money but making friends - article with great colour photos featuring the vessel Whitefish Bay and her Captain Orville Jamieson of St. Catherines; Home Fashion colour photos; German Shepherd Silver was the runt of the litter but now is a big name in show business - colour photos and article with owner Bill Short; Nice colour photo Parker Pen ad; Mimi Hines Takes over for Barbara Streisand in Funny Girl - photo with article (plus cover photo); How Ottawa's Carleton constituency voted federally, and why - article with photos of Diefenbaker, Pearson and Tommy Douglas; Nice colour photo Christmas-theme Coke ad features chilled bottle in bow; Shirali Muslimov - a spry 160-year-old who lives near Baku - great photos; Hockey in Mexico! - article with photos - they now have two leagues and 800 players!; Nice colour photo ad for Sheaffer pens on back cover; Nipper comic. Printed by newspapers across Canada as a weekend supplement. Unmarked with moderate wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News - November 8, 1958, Various Contributors
15 Various Contributors The Illustrated London News - November 8, 1958
London The Illustrated London News 1958 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: The Coronation of Pope John XXIII; Diefenbaker's Visit to London; Charterhouse School; Memories of the Roman Republic and Echoes of the Battle of Lake Regillus - a Tusculan family cemetery discovered by accident; Grave Goods of the Gens Rabiria - and new light on ancient Tusculum; Great Britain's First Surface-to-Air Guided Weapon Station; Springhill, Nova Scotia Mine Disaster; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Sound copy. 
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Weekend Magazine/The Sunday Times, Victoria, B.C., November 2, 1957 - Cover Photo of the Queen in Ottawa, Various Contributors
16 Various Contributors Weekend Magazine/The Sunday Times, Victoria, B.C., November 2, 1957 - Cover Photo of the Queen in Ottawa
Victoria, B.C. The Victoria Times 1957 First Edition Paperback Very Good Stapled Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall 
Moon's Bride Came C.O.D. - After a courtship by mail between Edmonton and Hong Kong, Moon Chai Lim Noey and Chui Man Chan are married - article with photos; The Third Face of Eve - the completely authenticated account of the three entirely separate lives of a young U.S. housewife hailed by psychiatrists as perhaps the most dramatic study ever conducted of the baffling problem of multiple personality - portrayed in film by Joanne Woodward; TV show 'Gunsmoke' - a grown-up western - article with photos of Matt Dillon/Jim Arness; Fantastic full-page colour ad for Coffee Crisp and Aero Chocolate Bars - "Canada's Favourites"; Sandra Dee - brief article with three photos; Feast for Art Lovers - Art Fair arranged by the Women's Committee of the Winnipeg Art Gallery - brief article with many photos; Colour photos of the Royal visit to Ottawa including huge colour-photo centerfold image of the Queen speaking in the Senate Chamber with Prime Minister Diefenbaker to her side; To Win an NHL Title You've Got to Have a Take-Charge Guy - article with photos of Flaman, Jean Beliveau, Doug Harvey, Gordie Howe, Ted Lindsay, Dick Duff and Andy Bathgate, by Andy O'Brien; Family Up a Tree - Amazing photos of the tree house in which the Dorton family lives in Lexington, Kentucky; Fantastic colour photo and write-up for Edmonton Eskimo star Jackie Parker; The Identical Leavy Twins of Vancouver - Jack and Leo are six feet, 10 inches tall and weigh 340 pounds! - article with photos; Photo of Alfons Arndt lifting a polar bear on his shoulders; Nipper cartoon strip by Doug Wright; Gregory Clark tells about the Puff-Ball. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A nice copy. 
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