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The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, August (Aug.) 21, 1926 -  The Women of Mexico Awake, Benson, Allan L.; Collins, Joseph; Welliver, J.C.; Barton, William E.; Cameron, Charles D.; Finger, Charles J.; Bowyer, Helen; MacDonald, Paul; barker, S. Omar; Howe, J. Olin; Faris, J.T.
1 Benson, Allan L.; Collins, Joseph; Welliver, J.C.; Barton, William E.; Cameron, Charles D.; Finger, Charles J.; Bowyer, Helen; MacDonald, Paul; barker, S. Omar; Howe, J. Olin; Faris, J.T. The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, August (Aug.) 21, 1926 - The Women of Mexico Awake
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1926 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Fitzgerald, W.O.; Honore, Paul; 
32 pages. Features: The Loneliest Man in New York - an intimate study of Frank A. Munsey by one of his former newspaper executives; Through the colored glasses of Freudism the doctor looks at Judy O'Grady and the Colonel's Lady - and decides that Freud should be repudiated; Building Good Roads by Gasoline - income from tolls, gas tax and licenses pays for U.S. roads; America's Scattered Children - the American flag flies in Alaska and more than halfway across the Pacific on thousands of islands; 'Bad English' is a Heritage from Olden Times - much of the grammar now classed as incorrect has come down to us by word of mouth from the time of Chaucer and before; Henry Ford's Page - understanding how the public mind moves from interest to disinterest; Editorials - the defeat of Mrs. Ferguson in Texas was actually a repudiation of her husband, Jim Ferguson, corn is a huge commodity, taxes hurt the British whisky-making industry; Voyage of the Victoria - The Passage of the Strait (part 9); The Women of Mexico Awake - they claim freedom which their American sisters enjoy; Pity the Poor Baseball Scout! - he deals in human ivory; Phoning in the Woods - photo-illustrated article on phone lines serving fire-fighting Forest Rangers in Montana; Chats with Office Callers - New Yorker article explains how for three times in a row the writer attended church, only to witness the uplifting of those of another religion; Rare Americana in a Unique Setting - the American wing of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York; Some Vanished Towns of Kansas - cities that died before they had lived/State Capital which could not be found; Interesting tree photos inside back cover. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Dearborn Independent (Magazine) - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, December (Dec.) 25, 1926 - The Rise of an American Race, Benson, Allan L.; Richards, William C.; Ulm, Aaron Hardy; Walker, Hal; Whiting, May B.; Walpole, Hugh; Holmes, Fred L.; Karpinskik, Louis C.; Atkins, Gaius Glenn
2 Benson, Allan L.; Richards, William C.; Ulm, Aaron Hardy; Walker, Hal; Whiting, May B.; Walpole, Hugh; Holmes, Fred L.; Karpinskik, Louis C.; Atkins, Gaius Glenn The Dearborn Independent (Magazine) - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, December (Dec.) 25, 1926 - The Rise of an American Race
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1926 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Clarke, W.W.; Wettersten, Harold; Neilson, J.A. 
32 pages. Features: Interesting photos of unusual work and play inside front cover; Public demands that Congress suppress (Radio) Pirates of the Air; The Divine Comedy of Newspapers; The Rise of an American Race - What Effect Will the 'Old Stock' Have on the People of the Future?; With General Gouraud in the Land of the Crusaders; The Birthplace of the Quaker Poet - the Whittier homestead; Henry Ford's Page - the American home, in its economic aspect, is a business proposition; Editorials - Merchant Mr. Nathan Strauss and his allegation of "the campaign of slander against the Jewish People", the Hall-Mills murder trial, Wooden houses in Britain; The Adventure of Mrs. Farbman; The Cheapest Thing in Europe - Human Beings; Fantastic photo-illustrated centerfold illustrates Where Santa Claus Lives and What He Does; The Boston Tea Party's Last Survivor - David Kennison died at the age of 115; Who Discovered America?; How Victoria Trained King Edward VII - the Queen thought Prince Albert the model of perfection, but Young Wales did not respond. Chats with Office Callers; Q & A; I Read in the Papers - Senator William E. Borah rated highly by Chinese, Iowa Women can now be Legislators, Newspapers train convicts in crime, Dayton, OH druggists rid their stores of salacious and suggestive magazines. Somewhat above-average wear. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, September (Sept.) 4, 1926 -  The Poor Indian Has Few Rights, Benson, Alllan L.; Beckman, James W.; McConnell, Burt M.; Clark Marian Bruce; Adams, Randolph G.; Kelsey, Easton T.; Whiting, May B.; Masson, Thomas L.; Roof, Katherine Metcalf
3 Benson, Alllan L.; Beckman, James W.; McConnell, Burt M.; Clark Marian Bruce; Adams, Randolph G.; Kelsey, Easton T.; Whiting, May B.; Masson, Thomas L.; Roof, Katherine Metcalf The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, September (Sept.) 4, 1926 - The Poor Indian Has Few Rights
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1926 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Graham, J.C.; Woodward, Stanley W. (cover); Fitzgerald; 
32 pages. Features: The Senator Nobody Knows - William E. Borah will not play politics; Our Soldiers and Reform of Court-Martial System - Ex-Noncommissioned Officer says that in the World War American Soldiers were tried by Court-Martial System of George III; Heroes of the Air Mail - they carry on every day of the year, through rain or fog, over mountains and treacherous valleys; Lo! The Poor Indian, A Citizen Who Has Few Rights; Did High Freight Rates Occasion the Discovery of America?; Henry Ford's Page - America is a challenge to other nations to put their social foundations at the bottom instead of the top; Editorials - anti-American forces arrayed against Hon. Albert Johnson, Farmer Butte discovers dinotherium in Ohio, gunplay in Pittsburgh; Exploring Where Paul Preached - notable architectural and art treasures unearthed on the site of ancient Antioch - photo-illustrated article; The Lobster is Supreme in the village of Cape Porpoise; Can Courage be Cultivated?; Chats with Office Callers; The Strange Transient Woman - A One-Act Play; I Read In the Papers; Can You Tell Me? Soiling to front cover near spine. Unmarked with average wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, May 22, 1926 - World War's Effect on the Negro, Boeckmann, Henriette; Arms, L.L.; Collman, Charles A.; Whiting, May B.; Thompson, Huston; Boyer, Townsend; Clifford, F.J.; Smith, Wyman; Finger, Charles J.
4 Boeckmann, Henriette; Arms, L.L.; Collman, Charles A.; Whiting, May B.; Thompson, Huston; Boyer, Townsend; Clifford, F.J.; Smith, Wyman; Finger, Charles J. The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, May 22, 1926 - World War's Effect on the Negro
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1926 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Clarke, W.W.; Graham, J.C.; Seavey, Paul Franklin; Johnson, Harlan; Honore, Paul 
32 pages. Features: When Old Salem Hunted Witches - men and women were put to death on the accusation of little children; The Man Who Fights Alone - "The Cop is the World's Greatest Warrior" - article with statistics of policemen killed on the job; Why I Left New York (part 1) - a middle westerner moves there but is in conflict with its alien atmosphere; Who Pays for Our Radio Programs? - noted economics author explains how national advertisers foot the bill so we can listen-in without charge; Captain Kidd - Pirate-Catcher - the rover is commissioned to capture ships flying the black flag; Mr. (Henry) Ford's Page - no amount of pretense can improve upon the original; Editorials - the time of England's trouble, is the jury system a failure, police death roll, the family is the unit; Woodrow Wilson (part 9) - He refused to be rushed into hasty decisions; World War's Effect Upon the Negro - overseas the colored soldier acquired an entirely new estimate of his importance in the scheme of things; Dry-Farming - The Tragedy of the West - scores of deserted homes stand as mute monuments to the settler's struggle in a land where rain seldom comes; Moonlight Midnight on "Old Tim" - Climbing Mount Timpanogas; The Voyage of the Victoria - part 3 - further adventures of Magellan; Chats with Office Callers; A Dance a Week - Hull's Victory, Lady Walpole's Reel, and Speed the Plow (with piano music for each); amazing photos of strange worldwide professions - a daredevil juggling atop several chairs, rubber tappers in Ceylon demonstrating the herringbone system,Egyptian dervishes passing skewers through their cheeks, and a Korean peddler of earthen ware - carried upon his back! Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Dearborn Independent (Magazine) - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, January (Jan.) 29, 1927 - Richard Byrd on the Dark Side of Polar Flying, Byrd, Richard Evelyn; Ramsay, M.L.; Vancerbilt, Cornelius Jr.; Parker, Arthur C.; Laird, Donald A.; Masson, Thomas L.; Parish, George Henry; Taylor, Thomas Cameron; Roof, Katherine Metcalf; Swift, Ivan
5 Byrd, Richard Evelyn; Ramsay, M.L.; Vancerbilt, Cornelius Jr.; Parker, Arthur C.; Laird, Donald A.; Masson, Thomas L.; Parish, George Henry; Taylor, Thomas Cameron; Roof, Katherine Metcalf; Swift, Ivan The Dearborn Independent (Magazine) - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, January (Jan.) 29, 1927 - Richard Byrd on the Dark Side of Polar Flying
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1927 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Van Der Heyden, Gerald;Legge, Russell; Thurber, Ruth; Mange, Les 
32 pages. Features: Great winter sports photos inside front cover; 'If" - The Dark Side of Polar Flying - great photo-illustrated article by Richard Evelyn Byrd, U.S.N.; The World's Champion Guesser - Joseph S. McCoy tells Congress how to cut your taxes - photo-illustrated article; Wall Street, Coolidge and Nicaragua - a trio of forces whose functioning means much to the nation's future; The Deadly Fiddle Tinkerer - making good bad and bad worse; Faking Antique Furniture; When One Plus One is Really One; Henry Ford's Page - worry about the present, not the past; Editorials - New York's Baumes Law, taxpayers to cover Rothschild losses on Cap Cod Canal venture, Tax rates paid by different industries, was Aimee Semple McPherson kidnapped?; Going After a Good Time and Missing It; Strange Men Who Could Not Keep Straight (part 1) - article with photo of San Francisco journalist Fremont Older; The Charge (against the U.S.) is 'Materialism' - ; Young People Were 'Going to Ye Doggs' in those good old days; Alien Influence on American Legislation; The Luck of the Hooker Mary Ann; The Triumphant American Mule; Chats with Office Callers - student race problems; Q & A; I Read in the Papers - New York and the Jews, News Bits; Amazing photos from around the world. Nibbling along top of coverfold. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, September (Sept.) 18, 1926 -  Socialism Through the Eyes of the Churchman, Collins, Joseph; Kennedy, G.A. Studdert (Woodbine Willie); Masson, Thomas L.; Chase, Frank M.; Beckman, James W.; Sanders, Henry A.; Barton, William E.; Dunn, Harry H.; Shore, W.Teignmouth
6 Collins, Joseph; Kennedy, G.A. Studdert (Woodbine Willie); Masson, Thomas L.; Chase, Frank M.; Beckman, James W.; Sanders, Henry A.; Barton, William E.; Dunn, Harry H.; Shore, W.Teignmouth The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, September (Sept.) 18, 1926 - Socialism Through the Eyes of the Churchman
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1926 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Clarke, W.W.; Fitzgerald, William O.; Briggs, Austin Eugene; Graham, J.C. 
32 pages. Features: Tour of Distant Lands via Camera; The Cause of Nervous Breakdown; Socialism through the Eyes of the Churchman; What Books are Worthwhile - and Why?; The Scientist is the Most Effectual Agent for Democracy, Says Edwin E. Slosson; Certain Fundamental Safeguards are still needed in Our Cort-Martial System, so says a former Sergeant Major of the American Expeditionary Forces; The Scholar Analyzes the different Versions of the New Testament; Henry Ford's Page - prosperity has not arrived until the last family enjoys it; Editorials - Senate-nominee William S. Vare, Gertrude Ederle is the first woman ever to swim the English Channel, Rapid decline in prestige of Premier Baldwin, interfering in Mexican affairs; The Old-Time Revival - Is it good enough for us?; The Cry of the Crippled Children - is greater than that about which a Barrett Browning wrote; Lower California - Land of Mystery - Where American Filibusters once sought to establish a republic; The Truth About France - Lesson of Touraine and the Woolen Stocking; If Shakespeare Came to London - would he be able to find may of his old haunts?; The Lure of Lofty Places - There are thrills on the mountain tops and fascination in finding them - article with photos of/on Mount Rainier, Washington; Barefoot Dave - Son of Nature, Mute Throreau of the Woods - David Dugden of Les Cheneaux Islands; Child Welfare and Conscience - Judge Franklin Chase Hoyt sits in the world's largest juvenile court; Chats with office callers - drunks in Montreal, Schools taking on more and more responsibility for child-rearing, Dr. George Byron Gordon, labor strife on the streets of New York; Can You Tell Me?; I Read in the Papers - Great Britain's financial problems, Citrate acid in drinks makes us thirsty, forged manuscripts of famous authors, Lots of gangsters being killed in Chicago; Briefly told. Photos of unusual trees of the world; Soiling to front cover near spine. Unmarked with average wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Elder Monthly - Devoted to Things Numismatic, Archaeologic, Philatelic, Historic, Antique, Etc.; Volume 1, Number 1, March 1906 - Premiere Issue, Connick, Charles J.; Moorehead, W.K.; Davis, C. Abbott; Gaines, Forest
7 Connick, Charles J.; Moorehead, W.K.; Davis, C. Abbott; Gaines, Forest The Elder Monthly - Devoted to Things Numismatic, Archaeologic, Philatelic, Historic, Antique, Etc.; Volume 1, Number 1, March 1906 - Premiere Issue
New York Thomas L. Elder 1906 First Edition Paperback Fair 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 
17 pages plus 3 pages of ads. Contents include: Editorials; A Comment on the Coins of the United States; The Collector's Debt to the Museum; Notables Who Are Members of the British Numismatic Society; The Chicago Numismatic Society;The Numismatic and Antiquarian Society of Montreal; Stamp Department; Mineralogy; Charles Gregory's Gift. Unmarked. Average external wear. Small chip from upper corner of front corner at coverfold. Short openings along coverfold. A sound copy of this, the premier issue of this esteemed numismatic publication. 
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Collier's - The National Weekly Magazine, May 4, 1918, Volume 61, Number 8 - Adventures With the Crumbling Russian Army, Connolly, James B.; Ruhl, Arthur; Eaton, Walter Prichard; Skerrett, Robert G.; Camp, Wadsworth; et al
8 Connolly, James B.; Ruhl, Arthur; Eaton, Walter Prichard; Skerrett, Robert G.; Camp, Wadsworth; et al Collier's - The National Weekly Magazine, May 4, 1918, Volume 61, Number 8 - Adventures With the Crumbling Russian Army
New York P.F. Collier & Son, Inc. 1918 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Paus, Herbert (Cover); Cooper, F.G.; Lyford, Philip; Steele, Frederic Dorr 
34 pages. Features: Cover illustration of USMC men firing anti-aircraft gun; Hurlburt Motor Truck Co. ad inside front cover says their trucks are first in New York City; Oliver Typewriter ad; Nice Victrola ad includes photos of Martinelli, Alda, DeLuca and Zimbalist; Title page illustration by F.G. Cooper depicts rivetman in pose of attacking soldier with bayonet; The 343 Stays Up (after submarine attack); Adventures with the Crumbling Russian Army (part 2) - great photo-illustrated article; Editorials discuss apprehension about France, the high cost of sailoring, Milwaukee's War-Aid subscriptions, what the enemy knows, and more; The Man Who Cost $50,000; Mobilizing Noah's Ark - two pages of photos illustrating the many animals used in the war effort; Conquering Wound Infection - Some remarkable achievements in surgery and chemiotherapy - article with photo of U.S. Army surgeons at the War Demonstration Hospital of the Rockefeller Institute, with Dr. Carrel in center; Fantastic two-color centerfold ad for the new REO light four car; The Secret of the Frame House; Ad for Toliver puncture-proof tire tubes; Half-page illustrated ad for Selden Trucks at a bridge construction scene; Nice illustrated quarter-page ad for Stewart Motor Trucks; Full-page ad inside back cover for the American Tobacco Company features letter, signed by its President, Percival S. Hill, which explains how the company's entire output of "Bull Durham" tobacco has been put at the disposal of the war effort; Nostalgic back cover two-color ad for Ever-Ready Safety Razors explains how they've been adopted by Uncle Sam for use by the Army and Navy. Average wear. Binding intact. Bits of writing on front cover. A sound vintage copy of this excellent WWI issue. 
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The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, September (Sept.) 25, 1926 -  Taxes, Taxes, Taxes!, Crowther, Samuel; Howe, J. Olin; Budd, Ralph W.; Hays, George W.; Benson, Allan L.; Collins, Dr. Joseph; Whiting, May B.; Phelps, Mary; barton, William E.; Finger, Charles J.
9 Crowther, Samuel; Howe, J. Olin; Budd, Ralph W.; Hays, George W.; Benson, Allan L.; Collins, Dr. Joseph; Whiting, May B.; Phelps, Mary; barton, William E.; Finger, Charles J. The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, September (Sept.) 25, 1926 - Taxes, Taxes, Taxes!
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1926 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Clarke, W.W.; Fitzgerald, William O.; Briggs, Austin Eugene; Harper, George; Graham, J.C. 
32 pages. Features: Nice two-color illustrated Valspar ad inside front cover; Taxes, Taxes, Taxes! - they are always with us but often we do not know it; Cashing in on the 'Blue Sky' - a study of the methods used by Wily 'Aviation' and real estate promoters in separating the sucker from his dollar; The Principles that guided George W. Hays in Exercising the Pardoning Power; The Genesis of the Constitution - reflections on what Washington and 38 of his countrymen did one summer; Bringing the Human Boat to Port Under Its Own Steam - advice on healthy living; What Would Izaak Walton Have Said? - the author of 'The Compleat Angler' in his wildest dreams could naver have visualized a 1,500-pound mackerel; Henry Ford's Page - struggle between industry and finance for control of business; Editorials - shaming the U.S. into canceling war debts, anti-prohibition propaganda, The County Fair, Dictators and the dictated; The Gold Hunters - being the story of a party of young men from Michigan in their search for fortune in California in 1850-1851; Bathing, Begging and Buring in Benares - strange scenes on the banks of the Ganges, India's sacred stream - article with photos; The Voyage of the Victoria (part 11)- Death of Magellan; Chats with Office Callers - ; Can You Tell Me?; I Read in the Papers - Japan turns from rice as sole diet; The Village Blacksmith. Moderate moisture exposure. Center pages holding by one staple. Unmarked with average wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Dearborn Independent (Magazine) - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, February (Feb.) 5, 1927 - America's Sea Power is Becoming a Myth, Davison, Edward; Johns, E.B.; Laird, Donald A.; Stidger, William L.; Masson, Thomas L.; Salsinger, H.G.; Ulm, Aaron Hardy; Story, A.M. Sommerville; McConnell, Burt M.; Holmes, Fred L.
10 Davison, Edward; Johns, E.B.; Laird, Donald A.; Stidger, William L.; Masson, Thomas L.; Salsinger, H.G.; Ulm, Aaron Hardy; Story, A.M. Sommerville; McConnell, Burt M.; Holmes, Fred L. The Dearborn Independent (Magazine) - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, February (Feb.) 5, 1927 - America's Sea Power is Becoming a Myth
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1927 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Van Der Heyden, Gerald; Fitzgerald, W.O.; McConnell, Charles L. 
32 pages. Features: Coming Home - A Poem; Removing the Smoke Screen From America's Warships; Use Your Hands to Save Your Head; Churches are Building Skyscrapers from Coast to Coast - article with photos of Broadway Temple in New York, Mizpah Temple in Syracuse, and Baptist Temple in Rochester, NY; The Conquest of the MIddle Ages; The Lustrous Lenglen - French tennis pro Suzanne Lenglen - article with illustration; News out of Washington; Henry Ford's Page - He argues the Marines should be used to root out those Americans who visit Central and South America only to bind their nations with loans, exploit them in commerce and mislead them in industry; Editorials - Will Rogers is recommended as Sec. of State for Pan-American Affairs, Criticism of Charlie Chaplin, poor Army grub leads to many desertions, the Civil Liberties Union, led by Ernst Freund, opposes the Alien Deportation Bill; When France got Back Her Favorite Daughter, Alsace the Lovely - photo-illustrated article of the beautiful region; Strange Men Who Could Not Keep Straight (part 2) - Charlie of the Quantrelle Gang; The Balloon That Never Returned - a mystery story of the Arctic; One-page illustrated ad for the Venice Company of Venice, Florida; Alfred Brunson was Wisconsin's First Methodist Circuit Rider; Chats with Office Callers; Q & A; I Read in the Papers - college news in France, Montreal rabbi Rev. Isaac de la Penhe claims ownership of Labrador, Robby Burns' advice to his brother; News Bits. Average wear. Nibbling along top of coverfold. Unmarked. Page 9 loose but present. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, May 8, 1926 - How the South Feels About the Negro, Epler, Percy H.; Boyer, Townsend; Pence, Harry; Wolff, Walter M.; Barton, William E.; Bowles, Ella Shannon; Thompson, Huston; Hough, Donald; Finger, Charles J.; Hawthorne, Julian
11 Epler, Percy H.; Boyer, Townsend; Pence, Harry; Wolff, Walter M.; Barton, William E.; Bowles, Ella Shannon; Thompson, Huston; Hough, Donald; Finger, Charles J.; Hawthorne, Julian The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, May 8, 1926 - How the South Feels About the Negro
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1926 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Graham, J.C.; Honore, Paul 
32 pages. Features: Fascinating news bits inside front cover; Gene Tratton Porter - The Woman - Glimpses of Novelist's Inner Life Revealed in Intimate Talk with Friend; How the South Regards the Negro - "We shall speak with no malice in our hearts - We aim merely to be frank"; "Off Agin! On Agin! Gone Agin! - there have been 25 Premiers of France this century, almost one a year; Is Europe Satisfied with the League of Nations? - governments and peoples differ as to what benefits, if any, are to be derived; New Salem, Illinois - The Town That Put Lincoln on the Map; Passing of the Yankee Country Store - better transportation and mail order house have sounded knell of village emporium; Mr. (Henry) Ford's Page - there is much that can be done to lift up America's back lands lf neglect; Editorials - the true sesqui-centennial, up from slavery, scarcely any play can get by today on Broadway without a prostitute, war debts, Max Goldberg and the murder of "Lefty" Kanter; Woodrow Wilson - Master of Dreams (part 7); Traveling Around Without a Coat - a garment which becomes a symbol of respectability and passport to civilization; Voyage of the Victoria (2nd part of a series) - Finding of the Spiceries; What I Remember of Longfellow - famous Novelist's son give intimate personal recollections of the author of 'Evangeline'; The Bedouins and the Wahabis (short article); Nations take action for World Sanitation; A Dance a Week - The Minuet - with piano sheet music; R.C. (Mac) MacLeod and his Walla Walla, Washington magazine "Up-to-the-Times"; The Last of the Catawba Nation; Fantastic photos of unusual occupations - Paris rat catcher, alligator trainer, Swiss lace-maker, village musicians of Brittany, One-man travelling restaurant in Java, and a Cairo drinking water pedlar. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, June 19, 1926 - The New 'Real Estate Bond' Industry, Gard, Wayne; Ulm, Aaron Hardy; High, Stanley; Bacon, Robert L.; Neil, Judge Henry; Hubbard, Samuel; Phillips, Henry A.; Finger, Charles J.; Holmes, Fred L.
12 Gard, Wayne; Ulm, Aaron Hardy; High, Stanley; Bacon, Robert L.; Neil, Judge Henry; Hubbard, Samuel; Phillips, Henry A.; Finger, Charles J.; Holmes, Fred L. The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, June 19, 1926 - The New 'Real Estate Bond' Industry
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1926 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Clarke, W.W.; Fitzgerald, William O.; Honore, Paul 
32 pages. Features: The Queen of Kipling's Mandalay - article on Burma with photo of Supayalat and King Thibaw; The New 'Real Estate Bond' Industry (2nd article of 2) - First Mortgages on the Unknown Future Amount to Many Millions; A Good Look at Our Young People - analysis discloses that the newer generation is not deteriorating; Why Not Keep Faith with the Moro Race? - Justice is due to these people as well as to the other natives of Philippines - photo illustrated article on these people of Mindanao; What Has Become of Ben? - a boy whose restless gypsy blood made him an aimless wanderer; Mr. Henry Ford's Page - "Low wages shows poor management, poor finance, poor production"; Editorials - Senator Borah to the Lead, The Unitarian Women of the U.S., How important is news?, Which way is Coolidge going?, Anesthetic discovery at the University of Wisconsin; African Lions Roamed in Hollywood - discoveries indicate prehistoric game trail once extended from Old World to New; Why the Great Strike Failed - American gives vivid pictures of English lovel-headedness when millions of workers downed tools - article with photos; The Voyage of the Victoria - Westward Ho! (part 5 of a series); When General U.S. Grant Gathered Hides at Galena - for a time he forsook army life to engage in humble ways of earning a living in commerce; Ad for The Canal Band and Trust Co. of New Orleans; interesting piece about Jewish historian Josephus and his original text, in Aramaic, describing Jesus and his life; Mark Twain as Traveler (short article); New Oriental Limited ad features Glacier National Park; A Dance a Week - Positions of Feet in Dancing; Wild Flower Gardens - The Pansy King of Wisconsin, William Toole, Sr.; Fascinating illustrations of Pioneer tests in Aerostats (balloons). Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, February (Feb.) 1938 - Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, Gribble, L.; Kroll, H.; Cleaver, H.; Roberts, T.; Christie, Agatha; Sololov, R.; Phayre, I.; Batley, V.; Gianelli, A.
13 Gribble, L.; Kroll, H.; Cleaver, H.; Roberts, T.; Christie, Agatha; Sololov, R.; Phayre, I.; Batley, V.; Gianelli, A. National Home Monthly Magazine, February (Feb.) 1938 - Mustafa Kemal Atatürk
Winnipeg National Home Monthly / Stovel 1938 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Anderson, Victor C. (cover); Clymer, John F.; Watson, Emmett; Holmgren, John; Smith, Ralph C.; Clymer, John F.; Lowthian, Louis R.; 
68 pages. Features: Nice cover illustration of children in winter scene; Nice colour ad for Canadian fish inside front cover; News bits include: Between the Ears, Fellow Travellers in Life, Voices in Talk Group, An Undivorceable Couple, Not at all a simple question. Editorials include Trade Agreements, Is Missionary Effort Being Discredited, and Keeping the Home Fires Burning - with photo-portrait of Chester D. Stovel, August 11, 1870 - December 19, 1937, the last of three brothers who visioned a national magazine when they started this magazine as a four-page supplement to the weekly press nearly forty years ago; Mustafa Kemal Atatürk- photo-illustrated article (part 1) on the 'lone wolf' who put modern Turkey on the map; The Lost Tunes (short story); Killer's Crossing (short story); Nothing to Regret (short story); Photographing Big Game in Africa - photo-illustrated article by Vera Batley; Hazard and High Water (short story); The Murder on the Links (part IV/4 of this Agatha Christie story); Downhill Control - skiing article with photos, including ski-jumper Arne Finsberg in flight; The Grandfather Clock (short story); Nice one-page ad for the 1938 Pontiac; Fascinating one-page Ovaltine ad shows sleep research; Movie news with photos of Kay Francis, Billie Burke, Ann Sheridan, and more; Lux soap ad includes photo of Madeleine Carroll; Vintage two-page photo ad says "New Bread Diet Takes Off Pounds"; Scott's Emulsion ad includes Old Scottie comic; Gardens of Romance; Canada Building at the 1938 Empire Exhibition in Scotland is featured in a Government of Canada ad; Photo of horse "Miss Amner" owned by Mrs. Earle Spafford of Knowlton, Quebec; Personal care article for men; Cake baking article; Heinz one-page ad says 'Banish Kitchen Blues'; World Sayings; Attractive colour 1938 Ford ad inside back cover features beige and blue cars; Colour Old Dutch Cleanser ad on back cover; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, January (Jan.) 1938 - Vancouver's Junior G-Men / London's Famous Underground, Gribble, L.; Luther, M.; batten, H.; Christie, Agathat.; Watson, W.; Sapera, M.; Dickie, F.; Et al
14 Gribble, L.; Luther, M.; batten, H.; Christie, Agathat.; Watson, W.; Sapera, M.; Dickie, F.; Et al National Home Monthly Magazine, January (Jan.) 1938 - Vancouver's Junior G-Men / London's Famous Underground
Winnipeg National Home Monthly / Stovel 1938 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Smith, Hal (cover); Clymer, John F.; Smith, Ralph C.; Thorne, Diana; Clymer, John F. 
48 pages. Features: Nice cover illustration of lady on red background; Nice colour-photo ad for Swift's Premium bacon inside front cover; Brief news items include The Ledger of Life, A Good Resolution, The Glow of True Happiness, We are Mostly All Strangers, and Improved Seeing and Knowing; Nice one-page ad for two new Ford V-8 cars for 1938, the Standard Ford V-8 Tudor and the De Luxe Ford V-8 Fordor; Editorials touch on - The Farmer and the Income Tax, Fascist Influence in the New World, Sources of Wealth, and World Trade; Attractively illustrated one-page McLaughlin Buick ad features a blue Series 46-19, Five-Passenger Sedan with Trunk; London's Famous Underground - photo-illustrated article; The Batley Inheritance (short story); Liberal Reward (short story); The Vagabonds (short story); Junior G-Men - photo-illustrated article on Vancouver Police Constable Ronald Eveleigh and his initiative to reduce juvenile delinquency; Strange Achievement - Charles E. Jones is founder of the world bird sanctuary at Collingwood East, a suburb of Vancouver, B.C.; The Murder on the Links (part III/3 of this Agatha Christie story); Mystery Man of Golf - Laverne Moore, alias Johnny Montague - article with photos; Sweet Caporals ad features photo of dog 'Rathlin Roundalay', owned by Miss Katherine Savage of Montreal West, Quebec; Hollywood news with photos of Andrea Leeds, Nita NAldi, Lily Pons, Barbara Stanwyck, Herbert Marshall, Douglass Montgomery, Jean Parker, and more; Photo of Alice Faye in Woodbury Cold Cream ad; Scott's Emulsion ad includes Old Scottie comic; Article on Curling; Beauty article; Cooking article; Recipes; How to make a dinner mat; World Sayings; Nice colour ads inside back cover for Lifebuoy (lady in tub), and Rinso (lady on cliff); Canadian fish ad on back cover; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
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The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, October (Oct) 23, 1926 -  The Greatest Need of the U.S. Navy, Hatch, John Bolster; Finger, Charles J.; Crowther, Samuel; Wilbur, Curtis D.; Whiting, May B.; MacDonald, Paul; McConnell, Burt; Northend, Mary Harrod
15 Hatch, John Bolster; Finger, Charles J.; Crowther, Samuel; Wilbur, Curtis D.; Whiting, May B.; MacDonald, Paul; McConnell, Burt; Northend, Mary Harrod The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, October (Oct) 23, 1926 - The Greatest Need of the U.S. Navy
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1926 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Honore, Paul; Seavey, Paul Franklin; Fitzgerald, W.O. 
32 pages. Features: Cover photo of the U.S.S. West Virginia; New York's Little Joke on New York - a study of the prohibition referendum - an oasis that proved to be a mirage; The Sesqui-Centennial Nears Its End - article with photos; 'Coin' Harvey - Prophet of Monte Ne - he would build a pyramid in the Ozarks to tell posterity why our civilization has failed; Painless Taxation - The Refuge of Quack Politicians who advocate 'painless' taxation; The Greatest Need of the U.S. Navy - an adequate merchant marine; A Tale of The Islands That Dot Boston Harbor; Henry Ford's Page - today's farming problem; Editorials - Judge William S. Kenyon on Official Etiquette, Our new diplomacy, the very mushroom growth of jazz is enough to predict its ephemerality, New light on the Dawes Plan; Our Greatest Football Fable - The All American Team; The Tragic Story of the Jeannette Expedition - Part II of this photo-illustrated article ; Dances of Olden Times; The Lure of the Puppet - Marionettes date from the dawn of civilization; Chats with Office Callers; I Read in the Papers; Great photos inside back cover. Unmarked with average wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Dearborn Independent (Magazine) - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, March (Mar.) 5, 1927 - Intimate Glimpses of Elbert Hubbard, Johnson, W.E. (Pussyfoot); Beckman, James W.; Croy, Homer; Parrish, George Henry; Clark, Marian Bruce; Bouligin, Pavel; Salsinger, H.G.; Hamilton, J.G. De Roulhac; Clifford, F.J.
16 Johnson, W.E. (Pussyfoot); Beckman, James W.; Croy, Homer; Parrish, George Henry; Clark, Marian Bruce; Bouligin, Pavel; Salsinger, H.G.; Hamilton, J.G. De Roulhac; Clifford, F.J. The Dearborn Independent (Magazine) - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, March (Mar.) 5, 1927 - Intimate Glimpses of Elbert Hubbard
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1927 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Bacon, Irving R. (cover); Van Der Heyden, Gerald; Kidd, Betty Jane; Clarke, W.W.; Fitzgerald, W.O.; McCandlish, Edward 
32 pages. Features: If Christ Came to Constantinople - ; Intimate Glimpses of Elbert Hubbard - a unique genius without parallel in literature; Where Americans Go When In Europe; Why So Many of Us Behave Like Imbeciles - with photo and content related to Gertrude Ederle of New York who swam the English Channel; Housing an Army in Hovels - permanent shelter for troops may not be ready in this generation - article with photos of ramshackle barracks; Levacha - a Thief Hunt in Abyssinia; Henry Ford's Page - two essentials of wisdom are knowledge of fundamentals and awareness of development; Editorials - farm relief, the McFadden Branch Banking Bill, New York's Stage Reform; Courage and Endurance - matters of stomach, not of heart; Clearing the Name of a President (Andrew Johnson) - Part 3; This Country Needs More Able-Bodied Loafers of a Certain Sort; The American Black Bear - a much abused animal; Nice one page ad for the Venice Company of Venice, Florida; Chats with Office Callers; Q & A; I Read in the Papers - turning wind into electricity at the University of Nebraska, Retirement of Peach Davis of the Royal Northwest Mounted Police, check signing scam in Manhattan; News Bits; Nice animal photos inside back cover. Somewhat above-average wear. Openings along each end of coverfold. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Dearborn Independent (Magazine) - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, January (Jan.) 15, 1927 - The Negro as the Lucky Child of Destiny, Karpinski, Louis C.; Miller, Bishop George A.; Diaz, The Rt. Rev. Pascual; Collins, Dr. Joseph; Boyer, Townsend; Asquith, Lady Cynthia; Jenks, Albert Ernest; Stearns, Myron M.; Walpole, Hugh; Calnon, William Lee
17 Karpinski, Louis C.; Miller, Bishop George A.; Diaz, The Rt. Rev. Pascual; Collins, Dr. Joseph; Boyer, Townsend; Asquith, Lady Cynthia; Jenks, Albert Ernest; Stearns, Myron M.; Walpole, Hugh; Calnon, William Lee The Dearborn Independent (Magazine) - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, January (Jan.) 15, 1927 - The Negro as the Lucky Child of Destiny
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1927 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Van Der Heyden, Gerald; Clarke, W.W.; Broecker, Richard; Harper, George; Flucke, Harold 
32 pages. Features: Belgium Tries to Get on her Feet - a 94 Million$ loan will cost her 226 Million?; What is the Matter with Mexico?; Facts, Not Words - article by the secretary of the Episcopal Committee of the Roman Catholic Church in Mexico; The Punishment of Sisyphus - is paralleled in that of a young man whose efforts get him nowhere; The Negro as the Lucky Child of Destiny; Any Mother to Any Daughter; Henry Ford's Page - what distinguishes false from true prophets; Editorials - the modern bucketeer (operator of a financial bucket shop), Cobb and Judge Landis and the baseball scandal, more light is needed on the Nicaraguan situation, Senator Capper and voter apathy; How Primitive was Prehistoric Man? - The Hunter; Man's Own Flat Wheels - part 2; The Garrulous Diplomatist; South Sea Island King (Tufele) of the Manua group of Islands - great photo-illustrated article; Training Junior For a Home - how the Children's Home Society give lonely little children a more congenial atmosphere; Chats with Office Callers - origin of Jewish names; Q & A; I Read in the Papers - the Hall-Mills case was 'dud', Barring the Garb of Old Gaul, Michigan's boundaries are divided, smoking suits for women; Briefly Told; Great winter sport photos inside back cover. Somewhat above-average wear. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Dearborn Independent (Magazine) - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, March (Mar.) 12, 1927: Debt - Our Biggest National Industry, Laket, Henry; Stidger, William L.; Colby, Captain Elbridge; Jenks, Albert Ernest; Bacon, Irving R.; Colman, Edna M.; Mac Farland, Alice; Beckman, James W.
18 Laket, Henry; Stidger, William L.; Colby, Captain Elbridge; Jenks, Albert Ernest; Bacon, Irving R.; Colman, Edna M.; Mac Farland, Alice; Beckman, James W. The Dearborn Independent (Magazine) - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, March (Mar.) 12, 1927: Debt - Our Biggest National Industry
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1927 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Bacon, Irving R. (cover); Van Der Heyden, Gerald; Kidd, Betty Jane 
32 pages. Features: Fun photos of children inside front cover; Debt - Our Biggest National Industry/Money - Our Most Costly Commodity - Can the Price of Money Be Decreased?; The Backstage Story of the Marion Talley Drama - article with photo; Morality That Was First Military - army commanders long ago discovered principles now claimed by pacifists; Where the People of the British Isles Came From; Books That Started the Bells Ringing; Henry Ford's Page - Businessmen are leaders of social movements; Editorials - the McNary-Haugen Bill is vetoed, Judge Ben Lindsey of Denver advocates trial marriage, Madame Schumann-Heink denies endorsing a cigarette (being aimed at women); Skiing in the Bavarian Alps; Paid - A Billion Dollars for Beauty - Sleuths of Science Still on the Trail of Elixir of Youth; Benjamin Franklin as an Abolitionist - fascinating article; Intimate Glimpses of Elbert Hubbard - photo-illustrated article; Chats with Office Callers; I Read in the Papers; News Bits; Nice dog/puppy photos inside back cover. Somewhat above-average wear. Unmarked. Middle page loose but present. A worthy vintage copy. Bonus: Blank 8.5" x 5.5" subscription renewal form laid-in. 
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The Dearborn Independent (Magazine) - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, February (Feb.) 26, 1927 - How a President Was Impeached / Mexican Muddle, Moulton, Forest Ray; Zetina, Julio; Hamilton, J.G. De Roulhac; Clark, Marian Bruce; Salsinger, H.G.; Laird, Donald A.; Aaron, S.F.; Walpole, Hugh; Rarey, George H.
19 Moulton, Forest Ray; Zetina, Julio; Hamilton, J.G. De Roulhac; Clark, Marian Bruce; Salsinger, H.G.; Laird, Donald A.; Aaron, S.F.; Walpole, Hugh; Rarey, George H. The Dearborn Independent (Magazine) - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, February (Feb.) 26, 1927 - How a President Was Impeached / Mexican Muddle
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1927 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Sykes, C.H. (cover); Van Der Heyden, Gerald; Aaron, S.F.; Briggs, Austin Eugene 
32 pages. Features: Photos of elegant southern doorways inside front cover; The Moon - A Vast Desert without Water, Air or Life - article with photos; A Mexican Speaks to Americans - Julio Zetina of the Rotary Club of Mexico City; How a President Andrew Johnson was Impeached; Our Illegal Spenders - deficiency appropriations not authorized by law; New Idols for the Gallery - fantastic early ice hockey article with photos of Nels (Nelson) Stewart of the Montreal Maroons, Happy Holmes - goalkeeper for the Detroit Cougars, Ching Johnson and Taffey Abel of the New York Rangers; I Heard it With My Own Ears - some ghosts of sound that haunt the average man; Henry Ford's Page - coping with the business cycle; Editorials - United States in China, capital punishment, what's the poor farmer to do; When 'Wee Tim'rous Beasties Take Their Winter Sleep - illustrated article on hibernating animals and insects; The How of Snow-Blindness; The Adventures of the Imaginative Child (part 2); The Future of the (Army) Tank - fantastic photo-illustrated article; Chats with Office Callers; Q & A; I Read in the Papers - the Boston Curb, and more; News Bits; Nice photos of various stunts inside back cover. Somewhat above-average wear. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Pathfinder Magazine - A Weekly News Review of World Affairs, April 3, 1937 - Inflation?, Multiple Contributors
20 Multiple Contributors Pathfinder Magazine - A Weekly News Review of World Affairs, April 3, 1937 - Inflation?
USA The Pathfinder Publishing Co. 1937 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 
24 pages. Inflation? - Rising Prices Give Rise to Official Concern - with photos of Mariner S. Eccles and Secretary of Agriculture Wallace; Sit-Down Strikes; School disaster in New London, Texas; Amelia Earhart crashes on Howland Island in the mid-Pacific; Great photo of 10 men carrying huge carpet to be used for King's coronation at Westminster Abbey; Rebel Rout in Spain; Article on fascinating alleged love triangle between Benito Mussolini, Madeleine la Ferriere and Count Charles de Chambrun - whom she shot; Reich Finances - brief article with photo of Hjalmar Shacht; China's Famine; "Horror Coma" experienced by Mrs. Helen Wills - photo of her with Dr. Damuel Marcus; Photo of Finnish first lady Mrs. Kaisa Kallio, wife of Kyosti Kallio; Editorials; Feature article on Judge Louis Dembitz Brandeis, with photo; The Movie World - with photo of Bette Davis; Dr. Hans Luther is relieved of his post as German Ambassador in Washington - with photo; Mui Tsai - Chinese girl babies are often human chattel sold for a price; Photo of Kakike Saito, Queen of the Cherry Blossoms; Back page photos of bull-fighting in Mexico. Vintage ads; and more. Average wear. Yellowed with age. A sound vintage copy. 
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