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The Granite Monthly - A New Hampshire Magazine, November 1896 - The Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital, Hanover, N.H., Grow, Eugene Julius; Benedict, Milo; Warner, Lucy Mayo; Burns, Dora L.; Pierce, George W.; Griffith, George Bancroft; Shirley, Moses Gage; Metcalf, H.H.; Chesley, Charles Henry; Conwell, Annie J.; Chapin, Bela; Gowing, Fred
1 Grow, Eugene Julius; Benedict, Milo; Warner, Lucy Mayo; Burns, Dora L.; Pierce, George W.; Griffith, George Bancroft; Shirley, Moses Gage; Metcalf, H.H.; Chesley, Charles Henry; Conwell, Annie J.; Chapin, Bela; Gowing, Fred The Granite Monthly - A New Hampshire Magazine, November 1896 - The Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital, Hanover, N.H.
USA Granite Monthly Company 1896 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Pages 245-310. Printed on glossy stock. Numerous black and white photos. Features: The Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital - feature article with many excellent photos; Night on Moosilauke - a sketch charcoaled in prose; The royal hunt; Their patient expectancies; The Return; Winchester, Earlington, Arlington, Winchester; Two Lives; Another New England Poet - Philip H. Savage; A Lover; Representative Agriculturists C.H. Duncan of Hancock, John W. Farr of Littleton, ; The Midnight of Years; Polly Tucker (part 1); At Home; Educational department; New Hampshire Necrology. Some peripheral chipping. Contents in quality condition. A worthy copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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Ladies' Home Journal:  July 1940, Multiple Contributors
2 Multiple Contributors Ladies' Home Journal: July 1940
Philadelphia, PA USA The Curtis Publishing Company 1940 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
126 pages. Front Cover: Al Parker illustration. Special Features: American White Paper; The Story of Two Mustaches; "Being of Sound Mind"; It's a Woman's World; How America Lives: Meet the Wrights - Thomas B. Wright; and Scarlet Fever. Many articles on domesticity, fashion, decorating, food and homemaking (inc recipes), short stories and poetry. Full page colour vintage print advertising including Campbell's Soup, Certo, 1940 Chrysler, and Kellogg's Rice Krispies w/ Snap Crackle Pop. Full page black/white ad with Alice Faye promoting Lux Toilet Soap. Full page colour Chesterfield Cigarettes ad with actress Marion Hutton. Full page colour "Dumb Dora" by Murat Bernard "Chic" Young Cartoon Shredded Ralston Ad. Average wear. A few pages slightly soiled. Small mailing label top right corner. A sound copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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Ladies' Home Journal:  September 1940  **Vivien Leigh Cover, Multiple Contributors
3 Multiple Contributors Ladies' Home Journal: September 1940 **Vivien Leigh Cover
Philadelphia, PA USA The Curtis Publishing Company 1940 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
110 pages. Front Cover: Vivien Leigh (Gone With The Wind) Special Features: To Youth and Middle Age; Hitler and our Future; *Rooney *Garland *Durbin: The Mighty Atoms of Hollywood; What Will Happen to My Children?; How America Lives: Meet the Handevidts - Nels and Anna Handevidt; and Mother's Part in the Sick Child's Recovery. Many articles on domesticity, fashion, decorating, food and homemaking (inc recipes), short stories and poetry. Full page colour vintage print advertising including Libby's Juices, Ivory Soap, Coca-Cola, Bon Ami and Kellogg's Rice Krispies w/ Snap Crackle Pop. Full page black/white ad with Joan Bennett promoting Lux Toilet Soap. Full page colour Chesterfield Cigarettes ad with Dorothy and Grace Alexander (Martinsville, Virginia). Half page colour "Dumb Dora" by Murat Bernard "Chic" Young Cartoon Shredded Ralston Ad. Average wear. Back hinge starting. Small mailing label top right corner. Two-inch opening to front cover along top of spine. 
Price: 399.95 USD
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Liberty - Canada's Young Family Magazine, July 1956 *Cover Photos of Janet Leigh and Tony Curtis*, Multiple Contributors
4 Multiple Contributors Liberty - Canada's Young Family Magazine, July 1956 *Cover Photos of Janet Leigh and Tony Curtis*
Montreal Liberty of Canada, Limited 1956 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
80 pages. Features: Is Your Child a Lazybones?, by Sybil Shack; Gordon Sinclair Says - Billy Graham is glamorous, but I knew the champion psalm-singing Bible-thumper, Canada's Aimee Semple McPherson; *Fantastic* colour illustrated ad for the Buick Roadmaster, 2-door, 6-passenger convertible (red and white model shown); Coke ad including seven colour photos; My Hectic Life as a National Heroine, by Lake Ontario swimmer Marilyn Bell; I Helped 2,200 Canadians quit smoking, by Jack Scott of the Nevertouchem Club; Why I Still Live in Terror of Canada's Reds (Communists), by Igor Gouzenko, in hiding for 11 years; I'm Teaching my Babies to Swim, by Charline Quince; My Halifax Wife Deserted Me, as told to Jarvis Warwick; Rackets and rewards in work-at-home schemes for Canadian women - but beware of gyps peddling slick frauds, by John Dalrymple; Squabbles Spice Up Our Happy Marriage, by Janet Leigh and Tony Curtiss; Why We Canadian Vegetarians Aren't Fad Fanatics, by Lee Pritzker, President of the 30,000 strong Canadian Vegetarian Union; Toronto Beach Beauties are so gosh darn Romantic!, by Dale Clark - a one-page story; The Gold Mine Murders of Nine British Columbian Women - John Slumach, a full-blooded Salish Indian, was hung for the crimes; Japser Avenue - Edmonton's big boom boulevard, by Dora E. Davies - article with great photos; Can you win the $64,000 Question?, by TV show host Hal March - with photos of past winners, including Dr. Joyce Brothers!; Revenge of an Alberta Cowboy, one-page story by L.I. Foreman; Colour photo ad for the Canadian Bank of Commerce features scuba diver face-to-tace with brown boxer dog on the shore of Lake Muskoka; Molson's Golden Ale colour illustrated ad shows lion at executive desk; Winners of Liberty's $1,500 contest want more Canadian humour, themes on CBC; Wonderful colour-illustrated ad for the Ford Monarch featuring a great looking yellow and black two-door model; Build a backyard waterpool; The Cleverest pickpocket in Quebec - story by Edwin Rutt; Canadian Fashion - Surf and Sun Clothes - Black and white photos plus text; My Anglican Faith bridges Catholics and Protestants, by Isobel Ruth Waugh - Canada's 2,000,000 Anglicans split into 'high' and 'low' churches; Fantastic colour-illustrated full-page for Brading's "Cinci" Lager beer; Merry Minstrels of New Brunswick - they entertain Tuberculosis (TB) patients; Canadian Coolers - tall drinks and summer salads; Nice colour ad for Labatt's Chrystal lager beer shows relaxing man in chrystal ball; Great colour ad for the Oldsmobile "88" Holiday Coupe (red and white model shown); Back cover ad features photo of the Seagram Cup, presented to the winner of the Canadian Open Golf Championship. Above-average wear. Some middle pages loose but present. Front cover loose and chipped, but present. Back cover almost loose with above-average wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
Price: 169.95 USD
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Maclean's Magazine - Canada's National Magazine, June 1, 1933, Multiple Contributors
5 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine - Canada's National Magazine, June 1, 1933
Toronto The Maclean Publishing Company 1933 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Casson, A.J.: Cover Art 
68 pages. A.J. Casson cover illustration of grass-cutting man mowing flowers while girl-watching. Contents: Great colour ad for Veedol motor oil inside front cover; Nice ad for International Trucks 2-ton trucks; Investors Syndicate ad features William H. Lotts, President of Overland Construction Company; Czar's Gold, by Robert Welles Ritchie; Roosevelt Acts - M. Grattan O'Leary reports on the "Prophet of Recovery" - including photo of President Roosevelt with Premier Bennett; A Sporting Gesture, by E. Phillips Oppenheim; Article on Sir Arthur Currie; Forgotten Money in Bank Accounts, by Grant Dexter; Ins and Outs of Sport - how different sports go in and out of favour; Arctic Air Trail - Flight Lieut. J.D.M. Gray and his plan to fly the "Sourdough", a Fairchild monoplane, across the Atlantic; False Colors, by Captain Dingle; Sleepy, by Beverley Owen; My Hat!, by Dora Sanders; The (Great) Depression, by Honorable E.C. Drury - Part 2 - Causes; Match Point, by John Holden; We Shouldn't Own Ships - O.F. MacKenzie argues that now that WWI is over the Canadian government need not own ships; A very lovely full-page colour ad for Campbell's Tomato Soup featuring a waving girl in a tomato-coloured dress and blue hat and jacket; Salesman of Music - Milton Blackstone and the Hart House Quartet which also includes Adaskin, de Kresz and Hambourg; Full-page Canada Dry ad shows boy and girl running; Europe Fears Treaty Revision; Nice Dominions Tire ad; New Guinea is Rich Gold Field; There are now 230 weekly comic strips; Great Wall is Useless Now; Modern Alarms Catch Burglars - electrical devices installed in banks make robbery practically impossible; Baseball has been changed by the Curve Ball and other Developments; Jerusalem now has Y.M.C.A.; Super-Markets Cause Concern - Large-scale grocery selling in cheap warehouses worries regular trade; Nice two-colour full-page ad for the new Chevrolet Standard Six and Master Six; The Future of Medicine; Vintage Dentyne chewing gum ad includes photo of Eskimo lady with healthy teeth; Lovely colour Shredded Wheat ad; Nice Champion Spark Plug ad features Eddie Miller in an Auburn 12 Speedster; Trans-Canada Long-Distance ad with contemporary prices per minute; Outdoor Weddings, by Helen G. Campbell; Lending Companies have Good Depression Record, by W.A. Higgins; Nice 2-colour ad for Northern Electric Electric range inside back cover; Nice ad for Kodak Verichrome Film on back cover. Address label upon front cover. Average wear. A sound copy. 
Price: 295.00 USD
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Maclean's Magazine - February 15, 1958, Multiple Contributors
6 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine - February 15, 1958
Canada Maclean Hunter 1958 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
64 pages. Articles: A noted doctor talks about alcohol and tranquilizers; An album of amateur art; Canadian Theatre's Fiery Godmother - Dora Mavor Moore; Canada's last great train robbery - CPR No. 63; How Doug Harvey Loafed his way to Fame (Hockey); Around the World in 80 days... the hard way; How the Veterans are Fighting the Peace. Nice colour ads for: the 1958 Chrysler; General Electric 'Filter-Flo' Automatic Clothes Washer; Matinee Cigarettes; Oldsmobile Auto; '58 Dodge Auto; O'Keefe Ales. Average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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Sailing (Magazine) - The Beauty of Sail: July 1972, Multiple Contributors
7 Multiple Contributors Sailing (Magazine) - The Beauty of Sail: July 1972
USA Port Publications 1972 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall 
Features: The Mac - Chicago to Mackinac Island Race; Blue Horizon; Diavolo; Blitzen; American Eagle; Dora; Comanche; Endurance; Bay Bea; Goblin; Jenny Too; Talisman; Pearson Entry a stand-out in year of the 30-footer; The Compleat Cruiser - Allied's Mistress 39; Nicholson 55 made to varied cruising and racing tastes; Sirensong - an exquisite new fiberglass racer; Two by Tripp; The Ensenada Parade - Beauty on the Water; 5.05 Meters of super planing sailboat - the 5-0-5; and more. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy. 
Price: 129.95 USD
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The War Illustrated, No. 190 - 6 April 1918, Multiple Contributors
8 Multiple Contributors The War Illustrated, No. 190 - 6 April 1918
London Amalgamated 1918 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Colour illustration of airman wearing electrically-heated clothes. "Dora versus the Kaiser" - article. Full-page photo of "A Great Moment in a Long History - The Mayor of Jerusalem and the party bearing the white flag that heralded surrender of the Holy City meeting with the first British outposts on the morning of December 9th, 1917. German Thrust for the Open Sea - article by Lovat Fraser. Photos of protective colouration for massive French guns. Photos of America - prepared and resourceful in the war zone. Photos of 'Brave Men Who Live Like Burrowing Moles". Sowing the Seas with Mines - Huns' cowardly misuse of a legitimate weapon of war - article by Percival A. Hislam. Photos of 'unsinkable' American transports. The Strafe - in which a Cockney refused to be downhearted. Memorial service at the Citadel, Bagdad, for Sir Stanley Maude - photos. "Nell" a Canadian heavy gun is pulled by dozens of soldiers. 'Observing from a Sausage' - a perilous leap into space - article by "O. Pip". Coolie and Indian labourers. From Forest to Trench - how Newfoundlanders in Scotland Feed the Army with Timber - article by John S. Margerison. Photos of the training of young seamen. Photos of military musicians training and marching. Bombed church at Ram Allah. Canada's Great Achievement - How her men were raised and how they fight: article by Basil Clarke. Regimantal feature and photo of the North Staffordshires. Average wear. Unmarked. Staples disintegrated. Sound copy. 
Price: 250.00 USD
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National Home Monthly Magazine, September (Sept.) 1944 - Canada's Massive Newsprint Industry / Military Technical Advances, Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Crofts, F.W.; Shaw, Capt. F.H.; Cunningham, L.A.; Darby, R; Randal, Alan; Paterson, Jack; Albert, H.A.; Et al
9 Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Crofts, F.W.; Shaw, Capt. F.H.; Cunningham, L.A.; Darby, R; Randal, Alan; Paterson, Jack; Albert, H.A.; Et al National Home Monthly Magazine, September (Sept.) 1944 - Canada's Massive Newsprint Industry / Military Technical Advances
Winnipeg Stovel / National Home Monthly 1944 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Platt, J.W.; Jousset, Albert; Holmgren, John; Johnston, E.; 
64 pages. Features: Parker pen inside front cover features colour illustration of composer Henry Purcell; Colour Canada Dry ad; How the War Looks after Five Years; Editorial on Canadian inflation and Community Chest issues; Bright one-page GM ad features illustration of anti-aircraft crew in battle; Mr. Pemberton's Commission (short story); Hell Passage (short story); The Scientists Made it Possible - photo-illustrated article on military advances such as the Piat projector, which can penetrate the turrets of German tanks, and Britain's "Human Torpedoes"; Ghosts Don't Talk (short story); The Millionth Guest (short story); Canada's massive newsprint industry - article with wonderful photos; Roads rule the war - article with photos of roads being manually constructed in Northern Ireland and Burma; One-page ad by the Government of Canada entitled "One Man's Income is Another Man's Outgo" encourages wartime price stability; One-page black and white photo ad for Kodak features Sgt. F.L. "Bill" Perry of 58 King St., Summerside, P.E.I. with W)2 A.M. Casey of Peterborough, Ontario; Very militaristic one-page Gooderham & Worts, Limited ad explains their war alcohol production and shows air raid in progress; Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS) ad shows prospector and proclaims "Free Enterprise Made Canada's Mines"; Anaconda Copper & Brass ad features photo of Johnnie Religa, machine operator who came to Canada in 1909 from Piotrkow, Poland and now owns a home in New Toronto; Nice two-colour Cutex ad promotes their Honor Bright nail polish; Kitchen article on Pickling; Nice colour half-page ad for Clark's Governor Sauce; Reviving the age-old art of wine-making; Colour photo of Mary Sieburth's very popular Golliwogg doll; Fashion illustrations; One-page Singer sewing machine photo ad; Women of Canada and the cost of clothing; Charlie McCarthy colour-comic featured in Chase & Sanborn ad; World Sayings; Excellent colour Fort Truck/Military Vehicle ad shows war and farm applications of their products; Rare back cover colour ad for the Canadian Women's Army Corps says "The Canadian Army Needs More Women!", and requests questions to Lt. Dora Sweet of Ottawa; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A quality vintage copy. 
Price: 299.95 USD
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