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The Wide World Magazine - The Magazine for Everybody, Vol. XLIII - No. 257, September (Sept.) 1919 - The Thrills of Parachuting (Cover Illustration), "Woodpecker"; McDade, J.; Heilner, V.C.; Macdonald, T.A.; West, J.; Von Blon, J.L.; Jordan, John A.; Rose, Frank; Walkey, C.E.G.; Heald, T.D.; Leslie, H.; Strong, Robert D.; Et al
1 "Woodpecker"; McDade, J.; Heilner, V.C.; Macdonald, T.A.; West, J.; Von Blon, J.L.; Jordan, John A.; Rose, Frank; Walkey, C.E.G.; Heald, T.D.; Leslie, H.; Strong, Robert D.; Et al The Wide World Magazine - The Magazine for Everybody, Vol. XLIII - No. 257, September (Sept.) 1919 - The Thrills of Parachuting (Cover Illustration)
London George Newnes, Ltd. 1919 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Tennant, Dudley; Reynolds, Warwick; Evison, G. 
Pages 353-440, plus 16 pages of nostalgic ads. Features: Flying in Central Africa - part 2 - tales from the log book of an R.A.F. officer during the campaign in German East Africa - article with interesting photos; Torn by Starving Jackals in Macedonia - Private James McDade of the 6th Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers recounts his experience - with photo of McDade; Death-Struggle with An Alligator - what happened to Van Campen Heilner when he was photographing an alligator in a Florida swamp - photo-illustrated article; The Thrills of Parachuting - early and marvelously photo-illustrated article on this topic; Photo of tourist party in Solomon's Quarry, the world's most ancient quarry; My South African Adventures - part 1 of Jack West's incredible recollections, including photo of him aged 17; Ship Built By One Man - Liberian missionary, the Rev. James E. Lewis - photo-illustrated article of him, his wife and "The Coloured Missionary Yacht"; John A. Jordan and his African Leopard-Hunting Adventures; Our Trip to Catch Murderers - the rough and ready methods of achieving justice in Bolivia; An Exciting Night Drive - 35 miles in a South African Cape Cart; Relief Workers' Adventures - part 2 of this superb photo-illustrated article on thrilling experiences among the War Victims of Armenia, Syria and Persia; With a Caravan in Corsica - photo illustrated article which relates the primitive life of the people; A Mountain of Gold - photo-illustrated article about the discovery made by the Fisk Expedition - Captain James L. Fisk and Dr. William Denton Dibb; In the Wilds of Siberia - part 2 - fascinating article with great photos document the explorations of Harry Somerset-Lister; The Adventures of a Newspaper-Man - part 4 - Exploring New York - article with nice photos and fascinating observations of the people; A Butterfly Farm in France - French Entomologist M. Andre's farm near Macon - article with photos; Fascinating photo of flume in British Columbia, by which logs are carried to the sawmills; Photo of amber mine on the coast of Samland in the eastern Prussian peninsula. Somewhat above-average external wear. Openings and loss at each end of backstrip. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy of this marvelous issue. 
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Current Affairs, Number 41: Germany's New Order, April (Apr.) 10th, 1943, (British) Army Bureau of Current Affairs; Aris, Dr. R.
2 (British) Army Bureau of Current Affairs; Aris, Dr. R. Current Affairs, Number 41: Germany's New Order, April (Apr.) 10th, 1943
Canada (British) Army Bureau of Current Affairs / Government of Canada 1943 Reprint Paperback Very Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
12 + iv pages. "Not to be Published - the information given in this publication is not to be communicated, either directly, to the Press or to any person not holding an official position in His Majesty's Forces." - from front cover. Reprinted in Canada, May, 1943. Contents: This bulletin tells the story of how the Continent has been mobilised and provides an account of Germany's design for Europe; The release of the Big Lie; Promises Cost Nothing; Idealists and Traitors; The New Order; Sack of a Continent; The Theory Behind It All. Clean and unmarked with light wear. A quality copy. 
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Current Affairs, Number 35: Rumours and Rumour-Mongers.  January (Jan.) 16th, 1943, (British) Army Bureau of Current Affairs; Pritchard, Dr. R.
3 (British) Army Bureau of Current Affairs; Pritchard, Dr. R. Current Affairs, Number 35: Rumours and Rumour-Mongers. January (Jan.) 16th, 1943
Canada (British) Army Bureau of Current Affairs / Government of Canada 1943 Reprint Paperback Very Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
12 + iv pages. "Not to be Published - the information given in this publication is not to be communicated, either directly, to the Press or to any person not holding an official position in His Majesty's Forces." - from front cover. Reprinted in Canada, January, 1943. Contents: Discussion on Rumour - what is it, five kinds, how does it arise?, how does it spread?, what harm does it do?, how to scotch them?. Unmarked with light wear. A quality copy. 
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Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, March (Mar.) 1947:- Rhode Island Home of Artist Antonio Cirino, Agnew, Dorothy; et al
4 Agnew, Dorothy; et al Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, March (Mar.) 1947:- Rhode Island Home of Artist Antonio Cirino
USA Meredith 1947 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Brown, H. 
218 pages. Features: Rhode Island home of artist Antonio Cirino; The Los Angeles home of Sydney H. Strouds; Solar home designed by David Barrow; Home of Mr. and Mrs. William Cook of Phoenix; The home of Dr. and Mrs. M.E. Smerling; Jean Keithly and her Elmhurst, Illinois home; The Skeet Brandon family of Newcastle, Indiana; and much more, plus dozens of vintage ads. Above-average wear. Binding intact. Unmarked. A worthy copy. 
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Rod and Gun in Canada Magazine, December 1956 - Make Your Ice Chisel, Alford, M.E.; Ghent, A.W.; Morrison, J. Warcup; Fairley, Charles; Nicholson, H.P.; McGillen, Pete; Morrow, Les; Landis, C.S.; Gillese, J.P.; Frost, Rex
5 Alford, M.E.; Ghent, A.W.; Morrison, J. Warcup; Fairley, Charles; Nicholson, H.P.; McGillen, Pete; Morrow, Les; Landis, C.S.; Gillese, J.P.; Frost, Rex Rod and Gun in Canada Magazine, December 1956 - Make Your Ice Chisel
Gardenvale, Quebec National Business Publications Limited 1956 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
22 pages. Features: Make Your Own Ice Chisel - article with photos and diagram; Dr. The Muley is a Home-Body - Drive him out of his range and he'll work hard at coming right back again; Boring Shotgun Barrels; Springer Spaniels in the Field in 1956 - article with photo ofAndrew Dunn with Ludlovian Duskie and Dunoon Drum, H.S. and Mrs. Routley with Breckonhill Bluebell and Rivington Kay, John and Mrs. Blanock with Jonkit Jill, Tixover Monkey and Brackenbank Spey, plus Tixover Monkey owned by John Blanock of Detroit; Your own Bum-Chum (portable seat); .244 Remington Varmint (gun); Funning for Ruffled Grouse; Photo of Helen Kupari of Sudbury - Outdoors Girl of Canada; Dr. MacGregor's Christmas; and more. Average wear. A sound copy. 
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Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, December (Dec.) 14, 1964 -  Walter Homburger / The Christmas When Canadians Drove Into Ortona, Allen, T.J.; MacLennan, Hugh; Lower, A.R.M.; Gilmour, Clyde; Levy, Lillian; Dunwoody, Derm; Phillips, Alan
6 Allen, T.J.; MacLennan, Hugh; Lower, A.R.M.; Gilmour, Clyde; Levy, Lillian; Dunwoody, Derm; Phillips, Alan Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, December (Dec.) 14, 1964 - Walter Homburger / The Christmas When Canadians Drove Into Ortona
Montreal Maclean-Hunter 1964 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Parker, Lewis; Peterson, Roy; Johnson, Doug; 
66 pages. Features: Cover photo of lady curler; Carling Black Label ad inside front cover claims it is Canada's best-selling (international) beer and shows ship exporting it to the world; Stephen Lewis - boy socialist of the NDP who's giving the old-line parties lessons in winning elections - article with caricature; How Computers May Catch Bad Drivers Before They Smash Up; Since When Did the Truth Become More Dangerous Than Danger Itself? (Editorial); Will Wawa's gun-totin' Christians fight for peace in Tanganyika? - Leigh Coop and Canadian Lay Missioners; Vintage one-page colour ad for the 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible (blue) entitled "Economy Car of GT Racer?"; One-page colour ad for the 1965 Ford Falcon Futura Convertible (light blue); Kodak camera colour ad; Glorious one-page colour-photo ad for the 1965 Ford Lincoln Continental shows lady with grey car picking up her mail at end of her private road; Nice one-page colour-photo ad for Sheaffer pens; Today's Religion - article with photos of Rabbi Abraham L. Feinberg, Father Frank Stone and Dr. Ernest Marshall Howse; The Guns of Christmas - a story of two thousand Canadian soldiers and the most gory and gaudy Christmas week of their lives as they fought, hand-to-hand, it Ortona, Italy during WWII; Two Solitudes Revisited; Would Canada Be Better Off Without Quebec?; Walter Homburger - the modest merchant of music - article with nice one-page photo; Push a Button, Housework's Done!; Curling article with input from Lyall Dagg; Report from Utopia - Alan Phillips sizes up havens to escape to; One-page ad by the "Ontario Government Trade Crusade" encourages readers to buy Canadian-made toys; Publisher Gray Campbell of Sidney, B.C. - article with photo; Toronto entertainer Randy Martin's latest gimmick - a two-man standup comedy team in living black and white; "We're Wasting Our Money Trying to 'Help' Canada's Delinquent Teenagers"; Back cover colour-photo Coke ad features basket of beagle puppies; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Newsweek Magazine, February (Feb.), 1974 - The Exorcism Frenzy, Alpern, David N.; Lansner, Kermit; Woodward, Kenneth L.; Friedman, Milton; et al
7 Alpern, David N.; Lansner, Kermit; Woodward, Kenneth L.; Friedman, Milton; et al Newsweek Magazine, February (Feb.), 1974 - The Exorcism Frenzy
New York Newsweek, Inc. 1974 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
100 pages. Features: Fantastic Chrysler/Plymouth color-photo 4-panel ad inside front cover features the Scamp, Valiant Brougham and Gold Duster; State of the President (Richard Nixon); Electronic Vision - research aims for artificial sight; Film "The Exorcist" leads to frenzy of interest in exorcisms; Pending coalminer strike in Britain; America's oil companies seen as villains in the energy squeeze; Dr. Thomas E. Deiker argues for gun control; Nice color-photo ad for the Ford Maverick; Watergate scandal - John Dean, H.R. Haldeman; Photo of President Nixon and family with Billy Graham; Illinois Democratic candidate Jimmy H. Martin; Murder of John Bambic in San Francisco; John Margulies steals art from his parents, Irwin and Paula; What Makes Syria Tick?; Communist Dissidents Ludvik Vaculik, Paul Goma, Wolf Biermann and Wladyslaw Bienkowski; Terror in Phnom Penh - Frenc Exodus; Eric Gairy of Grenada; Nice color ad for the Zenith Chromacolor II TV; Horrible photos of Sao Paulo highrise fire - with falling bodies; The Cooling of Fidel Castro; John F. Kennedy Jr. with Muhammad Ali; Color-photo GM centerfold ad features the memorable front grills of the 1974 Buick LeSabre, Pontiac grand Am, Oldsmobile Delta 88, Chevelle Laguna Type S-3 and Cadillac Coupe deVille Cabriolet; Bart Bradish has cerebral palsy; Chess article on Boris Spassky; Boxer Joe Frazier - The End of the Road; American Folk Art; Alice Roosevelt Longworth; Increasing demand for kosher meals on Western Airlines; The Devil - a durable personifcation of evil; Cover photo of priest holding crucifix in exorcism-mode; Robert Goulet is featured in a Lauder's Scotch ad; Milton Friedman writes about volunteer armed force; Sam Goldwyn, 1881-1974; Colorful photo ad for Inteerwoven socks features a smiling Al Hirt; The development of flywheel power - most likely to come with the Advanced Concept Train; Color photo at for Twist lemon menthol cigarettes on back cover; and much more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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8 Anderson, Frank W.: Editor Sagas of the Canadian West - Vol.1, No. 3 - September 1971
Calgary, AB, Canada Frontier Publishing Ltd. 1971 Reprint Paperback Very Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Santa Lucia, Sandra 
Features: Ned Tate, Highwayman?, George L. Garnett; Last Patrol; Scott A. Krenger; Cariboo Rowland's Caper; The Mysterious Micmac Pipes; Brown, Bankley and Sharp; Matt Roderick; The Last Highwayman; The Accursed South Nahanni; Dr. D.G. Revell; Lillian Alling; William Lewis Fernie. Unmarked. Light wear. Excellent copy. 
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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, December 1, 1941 - Special Army Number/E.J. Hughes Art, Annett, A.R.; Winslow, S.; Gilman, M.; Reyburn, W.; Reed, Douglas; Baxter, B.; Edwards, F.; Craig, L.; Holmes, G.; Ashbery, H.; Campbell, H.
9 Annett, A.R.; Winslow, S.; Gilman, M.; Reyburn, W.; Reed, Douglas; Baxter, B.; Edwards, F.; Craig, L.; Holmes, G.; Ashbery, H.; Campbell, H. Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, December 1, 1941 - Special Army Number/E.J. Hughes Art
Toronto The Maclean Publishing Company 1941 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio Sampson, J.E. (Cover); Hughes, E.J.; Ellis, John; Eldridge, Harold; Casson, A.J.; Kemp, Jim; Beaven, Frank; Brown, Bo 
80 pages. Features: Cover illustration of General Officer Commanding Canadian Corps - Lieutenant-General A.G.L. McNaughton; Great colour-photo ad for International Trucks inside front cover features fire-fighters for the air fighters of the R.C.A.F.; Rare one-page black and white photo ad for Moffats Limited shows their employees involved in WWII-related activities; One-page Westinghouse Radio ad features their Strategic War Map and the title "God bless you - Canada!"; Over There - McNaughton's boys are now in fine battle shape and spoiling for a fight - article with photos; Douglas Reed explains that Britain's armed forces are ready to begin jabbing the enemy; ; Good-by, Baby - ware-related fiction; Beverley Baxter describes his return from Spain to the blackouts of Britain; Photo-illustrated article on the work of Tank Crews; Article on Canadian Defense Minister the Hon. J.L. Ralston; Sneak Preview - fiction by Mildred Gilman and Seymour Winslow; Nice one-page black and white photo ad for Dodge Trucks features a snub-nosed lumber hauler; Travelling Oasis - Military fiction in Libya by Major Gerald Oscar Holmes; One-page black and white ad for Dodge cars, featuring the Special DeLuxe; One-page black and white RCA Victor ad features illustration of tanks and planes, below which is a small illustration of Winston Churchill; One-page black and white ad for the Chrysler Royal - with fluid drive; One-page letter from Frigidaire asking consumers to hold back their purchases and invest their money in War Savings Certificates (Bonds); Two-page black and white Ford Motor Company of Canada ad displays the military vehicles they are manufacturing for the war effort; One-page black and white Plymouth car ad; Nice one-page black and white Fargo Truck ad shows tractor trailor hauling steel I-beams; (Canadian) Soldier Artists Record War Effort - E.J. Hughes, O.N. Fisher and Chas. Scott; Canadian General Electric one-page black and white ad features their appliances in a Christmas gift /war savings certificate theme; This Man's Army - fantastic black and white photo feature shows Canada's troops in the many phases of their basic and advanced training; The Canadian Corps in Theoretical Assault - intriguing two-page black and white aerial illustration depicts Nazi forces holding Toronto, surrounded by Canadian forces; Awarding of Medals - article on how this is done; Nice one-page colour military-themed ad for Longines watches; Fantastic colour Firestone ad features the many products they are contributing to the war effort; One-page colour reproduction of E.J. Hughes' painting "The Sergeants' Mess"; One-page black and white General Motors of Canada patriotic ad with small photos of army vehicle production line; Nice one-page two-colour (green and black) Chevrolet ad; One-page two colour (black and yellow) Goodyear military-themed tire ad; Photo fo Canadian soldier billeted in British home; Nice hald-page black and white photo ad for Craven "A" cigarettes which 'will not affect your throat'; Nice red and black one-page ad for Heinz Old-Time Baked Beans features happy multi-generational supper scene; Meals en Masse - article on preparing food for an army, Canada's Army; Lovely colour-photo ad for Palmolive Soap inside back cover inludes Dr. Dafoe and the Dionne Quints; Nice bright colour back cover ad for Community Silverplate cutlery. Average wear. Unmarked. Staples pulling from covers but still attached. A very special issue due to it's substantial Canadian WWII content, highlighted by the artwork of E.J. Hughes. 
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Popular Science Monthly Magazine, September 1933, Vol. 123, No. 3 - Queer Vehicles Inventors Produce, Armaguac, Alden P.; Teale, Edwin; Boone, Andrew R.; Burton, Walter E.; Johnson, Gaylord; Martin, Robert E.
10 Armaguac, Alden P.; Teale, Edwin; Boone, Andrew R.; Burton, Walter E.; Johnson, Gaylord; Martin, Robert E. Popular Science Monthly Magazine, September 1933, Vol. 123, No. 3 - Queer Vehicles Inventors Produce
USA Popular Science Monthly 1933 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Wittmack, Edgar F. (Cover) 
96 pages. Features: Nice Plymouth Six ad featuring interview with G.R. Stevens of Elgin, Illinois; ATT ad features woman using old-style phone; Buying automatic refrigerators; "Human-Eye" camera opens new way to television; Snakeskin and marble made by photography; Planes to dump rain on crops; Photo of tidal wave in the River Severn, in England; Queer jobs in the Arctic - Major L.T. Burwash in pursuit of the North Magnetic Pole; Two-passenger sailplane has closed cockpits; Rare Stamp Racketeers thwarted by black light; Human body gets machine tests; Freak vehicles for air, land, and water; Animal movie actors trained by strange tricks; Tires torn to pieces in safety tests; Homemade Sextant; Is Rudy Hofmeister the fastest wood carver?; War Waged on Insects with Lights and Odors; Microscope "Movies" on Screen; Newest Household Devices; Weird stunts with aluminum in the home laboratory; One-man show with a magic hat; Adding earphones to your radio; Radio sets now tuned by sight; New gears shift themselves; A simply built high striker; Tools and Materials Captain McCann uses to build ship models; Graceful stool built from coat hangers; Sport belt made of knotted string; Simple design for boy's auto (go-kart); Luggage Making on the kitchen table; Taking telephoto shots with your own camera; Helpful hints for motorists; plus dozens of other brief and interesting illustrated items. Great cartoon-style ad for Camel cigarettes on back cover features magic tricks. Somewhat above-average wear. Faint store stamp on back cover. Binding intact. A sound vintage copy. 
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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, September (Sept.) 23, 1961 - Tom Dooley's Left-Hand Man, Dr. Ronald Wintrob / Conscription / Curbing Sex Crimes Before They Happen, Atlee, Dr. Harold Benge; Breslin, Cathie; Smily, Powell; Allen, R.; Grant, T.; Russell, F.; Allen, R.T.
11 Atlee, Dr. Harold Benge; Breslin, Cathie; Smily, Powell; Allen, R.; Grant, T.; Russell, F.; Allen, R.T. Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, September (Sept.) 23, 1961 - Tom Dooley's Left-Hand Man, Dr. Ronald Wintrob / Conscription / Curbing Sex Crimes Before They Happen
Canada Maclean Hunter 1961 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
78 pages. Features: One-page Toronto-Dominion Bank ad features large portrait of Mme. Marie Curie; One-page Craven "A" cigarette ad features photo of bare-shouldered sultry blonde; One-page colour photo ad for General Motors buses; Why Surgeons Operate - a doctor explains the subtle forces impelling his colleagues to reach for the scalpel - whether or not the patient needs it; Dr. Ronald Wintrob - photo-illustrated article of his medical adventure in the far east with Tom Dooley, MEDICO, jungle disease in Laos, and guerrilla war; Trade Secrets of a Professional Fund Raiser; Italian Gardens, in Toronto's northern suburbs - photo-illustrated article; Conscription - the bone in Canada's throat has choked off national unity twice in the 20th century; Photos of canoe racing in Mooney's Bay, near Ottawa; Clinic to Curb Sex Crimes Before They Happen; Glossy colour four-page centrefold insert advertises Algoma Steel's continued expansion; The Brave New Transistorized (Radio) World; Two-page colour ad for Remington Rand typewriters; Nice colour one-page Labatt's 50 ad features sailing scene; Pretty model in Pitney-Bowes postage meter colour-photo ad; Brief anecdote entitled "The army 'plot' that soaked Mackenzie King'; Colour-photo ad for IBM's Executary; What red scientist Dr. Mikhail Klotchko didn't know about our science; Eskimo Co-ops; The (federal) Tory Future Looks Bright; Nice Labatt's Pilsener beer colour-photo ad inside back cover features magician and his beautiful assistant; Back cover colour-photo Coke ad suggests a lemon garnish; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, February 25, 1946: Ickes Cover Photo, Auslander, Jospeh; et al
12 Auslander, Jospeh; et al Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, February 25, 1946: Ickes Cover Photo
USA Weekly Publications 1946 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
100 pages. Features: Attractive one-page color ad for Dodge Trucks features bright yellow moving van; Seattle's worst earthquake in history; Mrs. Helen Douglas Mankin wins Atlanta's Negro vote; Color ad for General Tire features well-dressed lady with lots of luggage being helped by black porter; Classy color ad for the Farnsworth Television and radio Corporation; Two-page poem commemorates the first anniversary of the Iwo Jima battle; Canadian exposure of spy ring turns doubting eyes on Russia - major article with photo; Nice one-page ad for the Banff Springs Hotel; Attractive color ad for Ford cars features ski scene; Young UNO closes first session with hope, suspicion, and a veto; Photos of Francisco Franco; Field Marshal von Paulus; Sir Sholto Douglas; Photo of Mohammed Ali Jinnah; The bravest padre - Maj. John Weir Foote, Presbyterian chaplain of the Royal Hamilton Light Infantry is awarded the VC; Brief obituaries for Dr. William Allan Neilson, Cornelius Johnson and Adolph Lorenz; Army posters to help soldiers adapt to civilian life; Tuberculosis germ killer; Photo and article of artist Alberto Vargas; Nice color-photo ad for the Boeing Stratocruiser; American Cyanamid color ad shows smiling coal delivery man iun bomber jacket; Dr. Henry A. Jones experiments with onions; Uneasy Swedes wonder what future holds; Photos of the lightweight Bobbi car; Aerial photo of downtown Chicago promotes the area for industrial development; Hotel New Yorker ad features photo of John H. Sienold, Banquet Manager; Photos of American Cardinals; The Secret of "Huff-Duff" (radio direction finder) can be told - as part of ITT ad; Picasso of the Camera - Edward Weston; ad for Dr. Grabow pipes; and more. Covers holding by one staple. Average wear and soiling. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Scientific American Magazine, Volume 153, Number 1, July 1935, Avery, Myron H.; Slawson, H.H.; Rhine, J.B.; Parlin, W.A.; deschin, Jacob; Russell, Henry Norris; Smith, Philip H.; Herrick, John; Muhleman, M.L.; Boone, Andrew R.; Hoskins, R.G.; Cleveland, Reginald M.; Roosevelt, Kermit
13 Avery, Myron H.; Slawson, H.H.; Rhine, J.B.; Parlin, W.A.; deschin, Jacob; Russell, Henry Norris; Smith, Philip H.; Herrick, John; Muhleman, M.L.; Boone, Andrew R.; Hoskins, R.G.; Cleveland, Reginald M.; Roosevelt, Kermit Scientific American Magazine, Volume 153, Number 1, July 1935
USA Munn & Company 1935 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
56 pages. Features: Dr. John D. Strong; The Appalachian Trail; Detailed drawing of a newly designed lightship which will replace the ill-fated Nantucket; Surprising discoveries in the near east show that iron, glass, the arch, and bathrooms were in use far earlier than formerly supposed; Telepathy and Clairvoyance in a Trance Medium - an intensive series of tests conducted with a medium (Mrs. Eileen J. Garrett) and her spirit control showed the spirit to be no better as a telepathist than the medium; How bright is a lightning bug?; Various types of photographic exposure meters; Planets much larger than Jupiter are impossible; Copper and copper alloys are resisting corrosion; Back on the Land - The Subsistence Homestead movement is slowly reversing the urbanization trend - an experiment at Reedsville, West Virginia - article with photos; All-Wave Reception; Power from the Boulder Dam - two-pages of exceptional photos; Disordered glands can produce giants and dwarfs, fanatics and loafers; Rotating Wing Aircraft (helicopters) - intriguing possibilities; The Amateur Astronomer; photo of salvage bathysphere; Progress in Science - by Kermit Roosevelt; and more. Above-average external wear. Front cover nearly detached. Tape along backstrip. Not pretty but an informative vintage issue. 
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The New York Times Magazine, May 22, 1977 -  Spies Andrew Doulton Lee and John Christopher Boyce, Baker, Russell; Molinoff, Daniel D.; Lindsey, Robert; Glueck, Grace; Chace, James; Rothchild, John; Wood, Peter; Skurka, Norma; Lelyveld, Joseph; et al
14 Baker, Russell; Molinoff, Daniel D.; Lindsey, Robert; Glueck, Grace; Chace, James; Rothchild, John; Wood, Peter; Skurka, Norma; Lelyveld, Joseph; et al The New York Times Magazine, May 22, 1977 - Spies Andrew Doulton Lee and John Christopher Boyce
New York The New York Times 1977 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Cosindas, Marie; Fischer, Carl; Gorton, D.; Liebowitz, Meyer; Clark, Gordon; Higgins, Chester Jr.; Strick, David; Migdoll, Herb; Gangl, Ott; Horning, Joseph; Pughe, J.S.; Leyendecker, Joseph Christian; Benton, Thomas Hart; Barberis, Tito; Rothaus, Ede 
112 pages. Features: Imperial Dentistry; Life with Father - More and more divorced men are demanding the right to custody of their children - with photo of Dr. Joseph S. Bell and his children Gerald and Jennifer; Nice Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith II ad; To Be Young, Rich - And a Spy - Andrew Doulton Lee and John Christopher Boyce passed secret U.S. defense documents to the Russians through the Soviet embassy in Mexico City; Spoleto U.S.A. - Gian Carlo Menotti has made the Italian summer festival a byword for artistic excellence for twenty years, and now he's taking it to Charleston; Color BMW ad features the 530i; Nice one-page color-photo ad for Mademoiselle Magazine; How "Moral" Can We Get? - by injecting human rights into foreign policy, (Jimmy) Carter has revived an old American dilemma; Small ad for the Lotus Esprit; Piracy on the Low Seas - Vessel 'Pirate's Lady' vanishes with Tony Latuso and David Diecidue aboard, after fueling at Apalachicola on the Florida panhandle; Bausch & Lomb ad features Halston designed frames for glasses; Sotheby Parke Bernet ad features photo of Jane Wyeth; White-Water High - a great wave of boating is hitting America's rivers; Suddenly it's Summer - gorgeous beach fashion photos; Summer Rental Redo by Bob Patino and Vincent Wolf; Sunoco ad features their 'Penny Pinching Pump'; Small Beer. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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The New Liberty Magazine, July 12, 1947 - Profile of Dr. Harold Taylor, Bbarker, Steve; Barker, Linda; Welch, A.; Owen, B.; Wilson, E.; Callan, J.; Dressen, E.; McClusky, T.; Clapp Jr,, C.; Harrington, J.; reeve, A.; Westcott, J.
15 Bbarker, Steve; Barker, Linda; Welch, A.; Owen, B.; Wilson, E.; Callan, J.; Dressen, E.; McClusky, T.; Clapp Jr,, C.; Harrington, J.; reeve, A.; Westcott, J. The New Liberty Magazine, July 12, 1947 - Profile of Dr. Harold Taylor
Toronto Liberty of Canada Limited 1947 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Kalin, Victor; Nourbel, Jay; Lockhart; Hanes, J.M. (ad Inside Front cover) 
50 pages. Features: Should Husbands and Wives Take Separate Holidays?; New Hope for High Blood Pressure - the Rice Diet; Dr. Harold Taylor - photo-illustrated article on the young President of Sarah Lawrence College; Little Audrey - great photo-illustrated article on actress Audrey Totter; Do You Want to Run a Resort?; Rides That Thrill - and Sometimes Kill - a look at amusement park rides; Movie reviews - including 11 photos; Dinah Shore's favourite laugh; Why a Golf Ball has Dimples. Stories: Forty Words; Animal Crackers for Breakfast. Condensed Book: The Border Lord (part 2 of 2). Ads: Colour Carling's ad insdie front cover urges forest fire prevention; Nice photo ad for movie 'Dear Ruth'; Lysol - for feminine hygeine(?); Colgate dental cream; Vaseline Hair Tonic; Johnson Sea-Horse Outboard Motors; O'Keefe's colour ad on back cover features map of Alberta. Unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A sound and pleasing vintage copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, August 28, 1960, Berkner, L.V.; Streit, Peggy and Pierre; Samuelson, Paul A.; Furlong, William Barry; Hyman, Sidney; Canaday, John; Welles, Benjamin; Barrett, George
16 Berkner, L.V.; Streit, Peggy and Pierre; Samuelson, Paul A.; Furlong, William Barry; Hyman, Sidney; Canaday, John; Welles, Benjamin; Barrett, George The New York Times Magazine, August 28, 1960
New York The New York Times Company 1960 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
80 pages. Features: Are Space Probes Worth It? - L.V. Berkner argues yes; Drama of the Secretary-General of the U.N. (Dag Hammarskjold) in photos; No, it is Not Money Down the Drain - foreign aid is doing some good - two Asian students speak; It's Now Forty Pay-Later Billions - article about American consumer debt; Venus Wasn't a Shot-Putter - article on athletic women and their attractiveness to men; 'My Friends' (You Assorted Nitwits) - humorous dissection of election speeches; Of the 'Peaceable Kingdom' - Edward Hicks was America's greatest primitive painter; Francisco Franco Ponders - What Kind of King will succeed him? - Don Juan or Juan Carlos; The Rolls-Royce Keeps Rolling Along - a look at the luxury auto brand; Magnificent color-photo centerfold ad for Rheingold lager beer features the candidates for Miss Rheingold '61 riding in a white Lincoln Continental convertible - Liz Gardner, Barbara Weingarth, Annette Cash, Peggy Jacobsen, Linday Bromley and Janet Mick; Nice color-photo ad for Dr. Posner scientific shoes; Article on Ocean Grove, NJ; How Black is the White Lie?; Interior design photos of built-ins - beds, closets, chests, etc.; Vintage ad for Puritron air cleaners; Numerous gorgeous color-photo fashion ads. Average wear. Unmarked. Moderate chipping and yellowing at periphery. A sound copy. 
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Collier's - The National Weekly Magazine, March (Mar.) 16, 1918, Volume 61, Number 1 - President Woodrow Wilson / Shipbuilder Homer L. Ferguson On the Job, Biggers, Earl Derr; Child, Richard W.; Hungerford, Edward; Ruhl, Arthur; Roche, Arthur S.; Gatlin, Dana; et al
17 Biggers, Earl Derr; Child, Richard W.; Hungerford, Edward; Ruhl, Arthur; Roche, Arthur S.; Gatlin, Dana; et al Collier's - The National Weekly Magazine, March (Mar.) 16, 1918, Volume 61, Number 1 - President Woodrow Wilson / Shipbuilder Homer L. Ferguson On the Job
New York P.F. Collier & Son, Inc. 1918 B004J12SXS First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall I.W.T. (cover); Paus, Herbert; Raleigh, Henry; Morgan, Wallace; Gruger, F.R.; Brown, Arthur William; Comstock, Evos B. 
42 pages. Features: Cover illustration of President Woodrow Wilson; Nice illustrated ad for the Mitchell Six car inside front cover; One-page illustrated ad for Johns-Manville coal preservation products; Illustrated one-page Fisk Cord Tire ad shows natives carrying crude rubber to a waiting ship; "Over Here" - fiction by E.D. Biggers; The President - a profile of Woodrow Wilson by Richard Washburn Child; A Shipbuilder on the Job - photo-illustrated article on Homer L. Ferguson (with photo of black men hard at work above caption "Don't you dare come and tell us that the black man in the South is an industrial failure!"; Is There a Ukraine? - interesting photo-illustrated article; Editorial "Ships and the Submarine"; Photos of inventor William T. Donnelly and his 'buoyancy boxes' which were installed in ships to keep them buoyant even if torpedoed; Tremendous Trifles - photos of simple yet vital items needed to support the war effort; The Adventures of Colin O'Rell (Third Adventure - The Interrupted Tea); God Gave Them Youth (fiction); From Baseball to Boches (Fourth Inning); Ferry's Seeds ad; Classy half-page ad for Kahn Tailoring of Indianapolis; Nice one-page illustrated ad for Waltham watches; Dr. Eugene T. Hurd of Seattle - photo-illustrated article on this military surgeon; Nicely-illustrated quarter-page ad for Colt handguns appears to show WWI officer displaying pistol to Civil War veterans; Article on the French town of Bruay and wartime activities there, by Pierre Hamp; Interesting quarter-page ad for The Pullman Company includes photos of "The Men Who Serve You" - they are all black; Back cover two-color ad for the Victor (Victors and Victrolas) Company features illustration of Swedish opera singer Jenny Lind (Johanna Maria Lind); and more. Above-average external wear with coverfold mostly open. Binding intact. Bits of writing on front cover. A worthy vintage copy of this excellent WWI issue. 
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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, November (Nov.) 2, 1964, Blair Fraser; Ian Sclanders; Alan Phillips; Richard J. Needham; Norman Phillips; Dr. Benge Atlee; Jack Batten; Don Newlands; et al
18 Blair Fraser; Ian Sclanders; Alan Phillips; Richard J. Needham; Norman Phillips; Dr. Benge Atlee; Jack Batten; Don Newlands; et al Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, November (Nov.) 2, 1964
Toronto Maclean-Hunter 1964 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Sid Barron; 
52 pages. Features: How Canada helped Communist China gain a foothold in Africa; Why New Brunswick's bid for one big maritime province never got off the ground; The Warren Report - new boost for the Kennedy memorabilia industry; Merv McKenzie and the Toronto-based campaign to unseat Cassius Clay; Roy Peterson cartoon of Bob Thompson/Real Caouette (Social Credit); Let's stop kidding ourselves about civil defense; Can Canada win the U.S. Election? - should Canada hope for a win by Goldwater or Johnson?; The Cranky conclusions of un-American Canadian Ian Sclanders; The Egg and Donald Shaver - this iron-willed Canadian peddles millions of chickens in 44 countries - fascinating photo-illustrated article; The Happiest Canadians - Newfoundlanders; Norman Philipps and his life and hard times as a Royal Baby-Sitter; Dr. Benge Atlee - the two things wrong with our schools is what they teach and how they teach it;Comeback of the Six-Day Grind - the six-day bicycle race is making a comeback in Canada (in Montreal) - great article with photos; The vanishing Sons of Freedom (Doukhobors) and the tough reporter, Simma Holt, who's finally told their story; Canadian Club ad features photos of Simon Khoury flying on kite behind boat; and more. Above-average external wear and soiling. Unmarked. Binding intact. A worthy reference copy. 
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Telephone Talk, Magazine of the British Columbia Telephone Company (B.C. Tel), March - April, 1959, Bond, Mrs. J.W.; Force, William R.: Editor
19 Bond, Mrs. J.W.; Force, William R.: Editor Telephone Talk, Magazine of the British Columbia Telephone Company (B.C. Tel), March - April, 1959
Vancouver, B.C. British Columbia Telephone Company (B.C. Tel) 1959 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
36 pages. Contents: Company Revamps Sales Organization - with photos of R.B. Murphy, N.C. Millidge, R.L. Auld and A.B. Evers; Accounting Geared for Automation - with photos of Allan Bryce, L.A.D. Battrum, M.G. Butler, Robert Sutherland, Kenneth Crowter, J.D. Johnston, Curtis Rice and David Cameron; Personnel Expands Scope - with photos of T.H. Halford, W.E. Wain, O.E. Snead, Dr. J.A. MacMillan, H.L. Brown, A.J. D'Ath and F.G. Fredrickson; Excellent two-page photo and text feature on the closing of the Kerrisdale office, after 38 years, to make way for the more automated Amherst office - the biggest telephone number change in Canada's history - with photos of the operators and some of the new technology - and the old; Details of conversions which took place in March; Venerable Glenburn Yields to Cypress - Another great two-page photo and information feature on a major Burnaby upgrade on Glenburn which, grew from six operators to 155 over the past 35 years; Fascinationg one-page photo feature on new microwave equipment providing long distance service between Vancouver and Kamloops - features a novel 20 x 24-foot passive reflector; 1959 telephone directories issued in Vancouver; Retirement news; Dial phones come to residents of Sidney and Keating on Vancouver Island - with several photos, including Lew Millin, Art Ensor, Gordon Cooper, Harry Potter, and others; Photo and map-illustrated article by Mrs. J.W. Bond explains the impact of improved telephone service to James Island, just off the Saanich Peninsula; Two-page feature on Junior Achievement with photos; Pension plan personalized; One-page map extending from the Lion's Gate Bridge to Horseshoe Bay indicates historical circular (mileage) boundaries formerly used to figure mileage charges; Two historic switchboards now Silent - the old Victoria and Vancouver long distance switchboards - article iwth photos; Teletype sale to East Asiatic Company - article with photo of Robert Turner of this wholesale lumber company; Retirees - Mrs. Minnie Doggett, G.A. Einerson, Edmond McKim, Miss Mary S. Duncan; In Memoriam - John E. Carlile, Mrs. Lily Rollings, James A. Murray, James L. Ward, Arthur Mills.and more. Clean with moderate wear. Binding intact. A sound 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
20 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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