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The Illustrated London News, November (Nov.)14, 1936: Gen. Franco Cover Photo Portrait, Bryant, Arthur; et al
1 Bryant, Arthur; et al The Illustrated London News, November (Nov.)14, 1936: Gen. Franco Cover Photo Portrait
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch 1936 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Brewer, Henry C. 
Pages 849-894. Features: Cover photo of Gen. Franco; Photo of G. A. D. Ogilvie-Forbes, the British chargé d'affaires in Madrid; Photo of Don Francisco Largo Caballero, Prime Minister of Spain; Photo of Spanish boys drilling as "Arrows" (the equivalent of the Italian Balilla) at Burgos; Two pages of graphic photos entitled The Battle for Madrid - the capital of Spain as the converging point of the Civil War; Two pages of photos entitled In the Madrid Sector - Gen. Franco's redoubtable troops - Moors, Legionnaires, and other insurgent forces superior to their enemies in tactics; Book review of "Three Sea Journals of Stuart Times", by Dawtrey Cooper; One page illustration of the King George V national memorial; Photo illustrated article on pioneer work at Chanhu-Daro, an unexplained site in the Indus Valley - arts, industry, and sanitation of the Harappa period, with relics of another epoch hitherto unknown; Page of photos of ancient sanitation technology in India - drainage, wells, and baths; Page of photos of toys used in India 5000 years ago; Page of photos depicting the beginnings of Indian sculpture - figurines from Chanhu-Daro; Page of photos and text explain prehistoric Indian bead-making; Rediscovery of Rembrandt masterpiece "Juno"; Page of photos illustrating the assault on Madrid and its approaches - bomb and shell havoc, street defences, and some of Gen. Franco's Moroccan troops; Britain's formidable new "Harrow" bomber - three photos of its mass production; Five photos illustrate present Roosevelt's (FDR's) sweeping victory; Centrefold photo of the king laying wreath at the Cenotaph in Whitehall on the 18th anniversary of Armistice Day; Photos of funeral of Adm. of the Fleet Sir John Kelly; Two photos of Miss Jean Batten in New Zealand after her record-breaking flight from England; Photo of the first ruler of Mysore to leave India - H.H. the Maharajah, H.H. The Yuvaraja, and prince Jayachamarajendra are all shown riding an elephant; Photos of personalities of the week include G. Ridley, Gerald Hawken Knight, Gerard Mackworth young, air Vice Marshal C. L. Courtney, H. Clifford Smith, C. H. Sampson, Sir John Kelly, Arthur Evans, Polish Foreign Minister Col. Beck and Mme. Beck with Anthony Eden, Sir Arthur K. Yapp, the Rev. Pat McCormick, and the right Rev. C. E. Curzon; Article explains how freak goldfish are produced; 12 photos of mongoose "Rikki" - home pet and film star; Four photos of duel to the death between mongoose and cobra; Nine photos illustrate Libya under Italian occupation, including photo of air marshal Balbo; Classy one page ad for Austin Reed men's fashions; One-page Johnnie Walker ad shows him playing solitaire; Halfpage classy photo ad for Rolls-Royce; Halfpage illustrated ad for Cooper and Co. Outer advertising pages not included. Centrefold loose but present. All contents present. Unmarked with above-average wear. A worthy reference copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), June 7, 1941 - Sinking of the "Bismarck", Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril
2 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril The Illustrated London News (ILN), June 7, 1941 - Sinking of the "Bismarck"
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1941 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Davis, G.H.; Turner, C.E.; De Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 725-756. Features: Cover photo-portrait of FDR; Photo of Admiral Sir John Cronyn Tovey being piped on board H.M.S. "Prince of Wales"; One-page photo of coastal command station armourers getting ready to bomb up; Eight photos of the vigils of the coastal command - bomb preparation, photo-processing, anti-aircraft stations, operations room and telegraphy section; Two pages of explanatory illustrations show how aircraft carriers, fighter and reconnaissance planes have revolutionised naval warfare and influenced naval architecture; Photos of recen Nazi vandalism - damage to Gray's Inn, the wrecked Canterbury Music Hall, Serjeants Inn, Queen Victoria St., and Dublin; Two pages with fifteen photos of bomb damage to the destroyed Church of the Knights Templar; The Fleet and its Air Arm (article); Air photo of Mannheim-on-the-Rhine shows destroyed western span of Autobahn bridge; Dramatic two-page illustration of "Catalina" under heavy fire as it spots the Bismarck in a heavy sea; Two-page illustration of the last of the "Bismarck", shelled, bombed and on fire as the Nazi mammoth is torpedoed by H.M.S. "Dorsetshire"; Thre photos of the last of the "Bismarck", including dozens of heads of bobbing survivors floating in the sea; Scene in "Petticoat Lane" where, on June 1st, rationing of clothing, cloth and footwear came into force; Photo of Averill Harriman welcoming the first of four million eggs to Britain from the U.S.; Photo of some of the few "Bismarck" survivors being landed at a British port; Photo of H.M.S. "York" which was lost; Photos of personalities of the week include the pilot of the "Catalina" which discovered the fleeing "Bismarck", Lieut. B. Stubbs, Dr. Kurt Heinrich Reith, Max Schmeling, King Victor Emanuel of Italy, Sir Hugh Walpole, Prajadhipok - Prince of Sukhodaya, Lord Cadman, and Admiral Boehm; Photos of Ilkley, which won War Weapons Week; Photos of Haile Selassie's Return to Addis Adaba; Illustratins of bombed Wren Churches - Christ's, St. Mildred's, St. Andrew's, St. James's, Piccadilly, and St. Anne; Interesting one-page Guiness ad entitled "Guiness at Waterloo - and Guinness today". Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A quality vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), October (Oct.) 24, 1942 - Ruined City of Stalingrad Still Defies Germans, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril
3 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril The Illustrated London News (ILN), October (Oct.) 24, 1942 - Ruined City of Stalingrad Still Defies Germans
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1942 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Davis, G.H.; Turner, C.E.; De Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 449-476. Features: Cover photo-portrait of General Smuts of South Africa; Seven photos of devastation in Stalingrad; Large illustration and two dramatic photos illustrate "Battered Stalingrad - A Broken City Held Together By the Spirit of Its Defenders"; Two-page Admiralty Chart of Guadalcanal Island, pivot of violent fighting and scene of heavy Japanese losses, in enemy attempts to recover the Solomon Islands and gain command of the Australian Seas; Russia and the Middle East (article); One-page photo of the launching of a Kaiser 10,500-ton cargo-ship in 10 days, observed by FDR and Mr. Kaiser; Aftermath of bombing in Nuremburg, Benghazi Harbour, and the Focke-Wulf Works at Neuenland, near Bremen; Photos of "Boston" bombers taking off in the dusty desert; Photo of funeral service for Leiut.-General "Strafer" Gott and others, killded when their plane crashed in the Western Desert; Photos of eleven personalities in the news include Dame Marie Tempest, Mr. Henry Morgenthau, Mr. Cecil Whiteley, Mr. Edwin Barclay, Hitler meeting Rommel in Berlin, and Mr. Cosmo Hamilton; Two large photos of H.M.S. "Howe"; Wonderful action photo centrefold of H.M. Battleship "Anson" steaming full out; Five photos of Sir John Tovey, Commander in Chief of the Home Fleet, in his quarters aboard the flagship; Three photos of the Schneider Works, the "Krupps of France" in Le Creusot, which was attacked by Lancasters; Twelve photos from Madagascar illustrate key points seized and cleaning up; Page of photos of Alaska Highway construction with map; One-page illustration of ancient London bastion uncovered by enemy action; One-page article with three illustrations entitled "How the Germans Treat Their Political Prisoners - Nazi Atrocities" - the prison camp at Jernvann, where 600 Serbs were interned. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), September (Sept.) 26, 1942 - The Wreckage of Rommel's Defeat, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril
4 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril The Illustrated London News (ILN), September (Sept.) 26, 1942 - The Wreckage of Rommel's Defeat
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1942 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Davis, G.H.; Turner, C.E.; De Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 337-364. Features: Cover photo of Winston Churchill watching a parade of heavy infantry tanks named after him; Photos of Wendell Willkie visiting our forward positions in Egypt; Two pages of devastation - the wreckage left behind after Rommel's forced retreat from the Western Desert; Page of desert photos including German POWs, a 'sticky' bomb, minesweeping and Communion for the wounded; One-page illustration of deserted village in East Anglia; The Position of Madagascar - article; Six photos of tanks and their landing craft; Malta "Island Fortress of Heroism" Receives her George Cross - six photos of the pomp and ceremony; Photo of the "Wakefield" ablaze, and photo of her passengers on deck awaiting rescue; Photo of FDR beside large Japanese flag - which he refused to touch; Photos of H.M. destroyer "Zulu" and flying-boat "Clare", both lost; Twelve photos from the Russian Front; Centrefold map of Australia, "Japan's Main Objective in the Pacific"; Six Photos of the last moments of the "Yorktown", sunk off Midway Island; Photos of ten personalities of the week include Commander E.P. Tomkinson, General Von Kleist, Admiral Sir William James, Lieut. Cutler, V.C. (of Australia), and Sergt. Murray Smythe, V.C. with Major-General Dan Pienaar; Three aerial photos of Rouen after first raid by U.S. "Fortresses"; Photos of London's evacuated statues; Four large before and after photos of Dusseldorf after raid of September 10; Victory Through Air Power (article); Five photos of Marines vigorously training; Four photos of U.S. Troops learning to swim through seas of blazing oil; One-page illustration of British naval losses since the war's outbreak, from capital ships to submarines; Six illustrations of the life of British War Prisoners in Germany; Sixteen portraits of war prisoners in Oflag VIe, by Lt. J.F. Watton; vintage ads. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, April (Apr.) 11, 1942 -  Cover Photo Portrait of FDR on His Sixtieth Birthday, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John;
5 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John; The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, April (Apr.) 11, 1942 - Cover Photo Portrait of FDR on His Sixtieth Birthday
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch, Ltd. 1942 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Bryan; Davis, G.H.; Turner, C.E.; De Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 425-452. Features: Before and after air photos of bomb damage to St. Nazaire; Three aerial photos German battleship "Tirpitz" located under a Norwegian cliff in Aas Fjord; Air photos of blazing fires of Lubeck; Photos of Mandalay, Colombo and Vizagapatam Harbour; Photos of people in the news, including Lt. (T/Capt.) J.J.B. Jackman, V.C.; Six photos of troops in Tobruk and the Western Desert; Britain's Proposals to India - with photos of Gandhi, Sir Stafford Cripps, Mr. Jinnah, Mr. Nehru, and Dr. Maulana Azad; Two pages of photos of the astounding Trans-Iranian Railway - stupendous engineering!; Burma and India - article with photo of Prome, chief city of the Irrawaddy, to which the British authorities retreated after leaving Rangoon; Fascinating photos and illustration of the St. Nazaire Lock Gates and their construction; Dramatic two-page illustration shows the H.M.S. Cambeltown speeding towards the Huge Dock Gates at St. Nazaire; Very dramatic centerfold illustration shows the "Cambeltown" ramming the St. Nazaire lock gates as commando troops leap ashore and go into action; Eight great photos of women at work in British heavy industry, supporting the war effort; Photo of German submarine pens on the Atlantic; One-page aerial photo of Russia's Tobruk - Sebastopol, still a thorn in Germany's side after 160 days of siege; Two-page pictorial map of Australia showing its desert areas, minerals, and ratios of population; Six photos of cameras which record R.A.F. low-level raids and air combats; Cross-section illustrations of the American fighters "Airacobra" and "Tomahawk"; Classy colour back cover BSA ad shows peaceful Dutch scene with windmill; vintage ads. This issue was never stapled. Contents clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A nice wartime issue. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, May 30, 1942 - Tokyo, The Most Inflammable Capital in the World, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John;
6 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John; The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, May 30, 1942 - Tokyo, The Most Inflammable Capital in the World
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch, Ltd. 1942 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Bryan; Davis, G.H.; Turner, C.E.; De Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 625-644. Features: Cover Photo Portrait of 60-ton M-1 Tank Crushing Heavy Truck; Photo of FDR presenting Congressional Medal of Honour to Brig.-Gen. James Doolittle, while Mrs. Doolittle looks on; Six great photos from Chunking show how the resilient populace is coping with the war; The Campaign in Burma (article); "Japan's Successes in Burma - by Infiltration and Light Equipment" - six photos; The Kharkov Battlefield - six action pictures from the Russian Front; Two-page illustration of Red Air Force using "Stormoviks" and other fast-flying tank-busters attacking panzer divisions; Amazing four-page centerfold presents illustrations of ships of the British Navy from Alfred the Great to the Present Day; Eight photos of bomb damage in Bath, Norwich and York after German "Baedeker" raids; Photos of personalities of the week include Commander R.E.D. Ryder, V.C., Able Seaman W.A. Savage, V.C., Lieut.-Commander S.H. Beattie, V.C., Marshal and Madame Chiang Kai-Shek with General Joseph Stilwell, and scapegoated Nazi Food Minister Walther Darre; Two-pages with three maps illustrate "Tokyo - the most inflammable capital in the world, vulnerable war industries in a bamboo-built city"; Six-photos of high-speed reconstruction in Chungking in response to Japanese bombing; Ten photos present 'Novel points in warship design and camouflage'; Two pages with 18 illustrations present 'Defence and Attack as used in Army Training To-Day, Demonstrated in the seventeenth century (reproductions courtesy of Bernard Quaritch); Six photos of Paris under the Nazi heel after two years of occupation; The Soong Sisters - two photos of them in bombed Chungking; Nice photo ad for Ferodo with photo of five men dragging large mine onto beach; more vintage ads. Minor nibble from foot of spine. This copy was never stapled. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy of this vintage issue. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, September (Sept.) 13, 1941 -  Cover Photo of U-Boat Surrender at Sea, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John; Pycraft, W.P.
7 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John; Pycraft, W.P. The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, September (Sept.) 13, 1941 - Cover Photo of U-Boat Surrender at Sea
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch, Ltd. 1941 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Bryan; Davis, G.H.; Turner, C.E.; De Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 321-352. Features: Photos of capture of U-boat at sea; Britain Seizes Spitzbergen - two great photos; Photo of the Duke of Kent addressing thousands of workers at the vast Glenn Martin factory in Baltimore; Photo of N.C.O. prisoners enjoying their first meal since release from Vichy France; Two photos of Lord Louis Mountbatten aboard the 'Illustrious'; Photos of British toll on shipping at Rotterdam docks; Two pages of ten great photos of Britain's Army being toughened by intensive physical and endurance training; One-page photo of Italian submarine sailors standing aboard their sinking craft as they await pickup by British warships; Russia Fights On - article with map of the German pressure on Russia and map of the environs of Leningrad; Two photos of Leningrad; Photo of Mackenzie King, Prime Minister of Canada; Photos of seventeen people of the week, including numerous religious leaders, General Sir John Dill receiving an award from Polish President, M. Raczkiewicz, Prof. R.B. Mowat, King Peter's coming of age - in London, and Mrs. James Roosevelt (mother of FDR); Nine sepia-tone photos illustrating the 'Nazi Horror' - taken from a German propaganda film being transported to America; Centerfold illustration of a great British press exerting a 'squeeze' of 6,000 tons on a red-hot ingot as part of shaping an 80-foot propeller-shaft; Excellent one-page photo of super 'flying fortress', the Short 'Stirling' bomber in flight; Six photos of airmen who bomb Berlin - component members of a 'Stirling' crew; One-page graphic compares British naval losses, 1914-1916 with 1939-1941; Seven photos of the Soviet Ambassador's Luncheon to Allied Heads on August 29, 1941; Fascinating two-page composite of illustrations show the effects of blast and how research and experiment have helped to cope with this vital problem; Six photos of concrete and steel wartime barges; vintage ads. Unmarked with only moderate wear. A quality copy of this fascinating wartime issue. 
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The Illustrated London News, January (Jan.) 18, 1936: Passing of Rudyard Kipling, Chesterton, G. K.; Et al
8 Chesterton, G. K.; Et al The Illustrated London News, January (Jan.) 18, 1936: Passing of Rudyard Kipling
London The Illustrated London News 1936 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Pages 73-112. Features: Cover illustration of Rudyard Kipling - veteran of English letters, Port of Empire, and a master of fiction; Photo of FDR's neutrality declaration; Six photos illustrate widespread havoc left in the wake of recent 90 mph winds, including the wrecked scenic railway at Ramsgate; Two pages of prominent photos document the diamond Jubilee of His Highness the Maharaja Gaekwar - a prince brought from obscurity to rule Baroda; Two pages of photos illustrate the Union Jack flying on the Abyssinian frontier - The Somaliland Camel Corps in British Somaliland; Page of reproductions of paintings hitherto unknown in Tibet - the art of Ajanta; A path along which Buddhism spread from India - page of photos illustrating Signor Tucci's latest expedition to Tibet; Six photos describe modern life and ancient legend in Tibet - a complicated exploration; Five photos of a Bull "Derby" in the island of Madura - Malay cattle breeders who drive their beasts in races; Book review of "Miracles and Adventures", by M. A. St. Clair Stobart; Article on the discovery of oscillating electrical circuits; Page of illustrations explain how electric oscillation is used in wireless and medical work; One page photo portrait of H.R.H. Prince Edward of Kent returning to London from Sandringham; Photo of the latest addition to the German Navy, the "Admiral Graf Von Spee"; Photo of HMS "Apollo"; The Italo-Abyssinian War - six photos; Page of photos of British and French warships in port and at sea; Centrefold aerial photo of Kenilworth Castle; Photo of grand birthday party for general Goering in the Berlin State Opera House; Photo of new high-speed German airliner, the "He.111" adopted by Lufthansa; The abbey's Chatham effigy cleaned - the "Eagle Face" modelled from life by Mrs. Wright; Photos of personalities of the week include Samuel Begg, Hugh Ruttledge, Samuel Rothafel ("Roxy"), Percy Thomas, John Gilbert, the Aga Khan, Malcolm Macdonald, Ramsay MacDonald, coal industry negotiators, and the "retirement" of Yehudi Menuhin at tea with members of his family; Light on the "Dark Age" of the northern Sudan - Nubian tombs containing art relics and signs of slave-sacrifice at a master's burial - remarkable discoveries at Firka; Page of photos of Wilhelm Backhaus in concert; one page Johnnie Walker ad shows three people at bar; Halfpage photo- illustrated ad for the Rover "Fourteen" Streamline Coupe; Colourful Dewar's ad on back cover features flu bugs cowering at sight of man in busy rainy street holding bottle of whisky; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A quality vintage copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, November (Nov.) 11, 1945 - New Highways for a Better New York, Davis, Harry M.; Brock, H.L.; Cook, F.G. Alletson; Bowles, Chester
9 Davis, Harry M.; Brock, H.L.; Cook, F.G. Alletson; Bowles, Chester The New York Times Magazine, November (Nov.) 11, 1945 - New Highways for a Better New York
USA The New York Times 1945 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
48 pages. Features: Cover photo of Clement Atlee; RCA ad inside front cover with photo of RCA Laboratories at Princeton, NJ; Nice color ad for Dubonnet wine; Fairchild ad includes illustration of their Flying Boxcar in use by Western Union; The Atomic Bomb - problems confronting statesmen; FDR's Home, Hyde Park, becomes a new shrine; Teaching democratic ABC's to Nazi PW's (POWs) - a first-hand report; Four Million Families want ti build or buy a home; New Highways for a better New York - article with artist's renderings of the Cross-Bronx Expressway near Parkchester, the Cross-Bronx Expressway at the Washington Bridge, the Bayonne Bridge in Richmond, and an intersection of the Van Wyck Expressway in Queens; One-page color ad for Virginia Rounds cigarettes; Dean Margaret Pickel challenges women to face the responsibilities of their full citizenship; Photo-illustrated article on what goes on in cow country when beef cattle are shipped to market; Interview with Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne; Nice color-photo one-page ad for Revlon's 'Fatal Apple' nail color; Five photos of New York-area Girl Guides in action; Eight gorgeous photos of dresses for dancing dates; One-page color ad for Gemey perfume; Bold red Schaefer beer ad features checkers board; One-page color ad for Croix Royale California wines; Nice color back-page ad features Cobbs Florida fruit gifts; and more. Moderate external wear and soiling. Unmarked. Mild age-toning to paper. A sound copy of this vintage issue. 
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The New York Times Magazine, February 18, 1945 -  FDR and Molotov / First-Hand Report on the German Soldier, Denny, Harold; Lawrence, W.H.; MacLeish, Archibald; Schwartz, Lt. Doris; Callender, Harold; Brock, H.; Nugen, F.; Phillips, C.; Holbrook, S.; Mackenzie, C; et al
10 Denny, Harold; Lawrence, W.H.; MacLeish, Archibald; Schwartz, Lt. Doris; Callender, Harold; Brock, H.; Nugen, F.; Phillips, C.; Holbrook, S.; Mackenzie, C; et al The New York Times Magazine, February 18, 1945 - FDR and Molotov / First-Hand Report on the German Soldier
New York The New York Times Company 1945 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Leighton, Clare 
56 Pages. Features: Cover photo of FDR and Molotov; One-page color ad for Commercial Travelers insurance; Nice one-page ad for Harriet Hubbard Ayer's Luxuria products; First-Hand Report on the German Soldier - photo-illustrated article by correspondent who questioned German prisoners fresh from the front; Photos of the "Big Three" meeting at Yalta between Stalin, FDR and Churchill; Poland - Country of the Missing - article and depressing photos; "People Must Speak to People' - article on freedom of communication to prevent misunderstandings; Notes of War Nurse Lt. Doris Schwartz - photo-illustrated article; Photo-illustrated article on France and how it must cleanse the faults which led to her betrayal by some of her citizens; Bold color one-page Celanese ad features red chain; Porto Rico Line ad; The House Washington Loved; Lovely color-photo one-page fashion ad for Tegra Labtex fabric; How Long Should a Movie Be?; Photo-illustrated article on Congressional freshmen Emily Taft Douglas and Helen Gahagan Douglas, "The Douglas Girls"; Coty has sponsored a classy one page announcement of the American Fashion Critics' Award for 1944; The Bull Cook - wonderful article on this camp job; Article on Black Market in Babies; San Benito Champagne ad; Nice one-page ad for Thor washing machines; West Point goes in for skiing - article with photos; Rinso ad features the Dietz twins, Merrie and Eiileen, of Flushing, Long Island; Meatless recipes; Parent and Child - Freedom from Prejudice against those of other races; Two pages of lovely fashion photos for spring; Nice one-page color-photo ad forDuo-Byrds reversible raincoats; Nice one-page ad for Shalimar; Nice color ad on back cover for Decca Records features Bing Crosby. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage wartime issue. 
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New Liberty Magazine, December 27, 1947:  Featuring Oscar Peterson and Billy Butlin, Dingman, H.; Cragg, A.; Kelley, T.; Henry, O.; Janney, R.
11 Dingman, H.; Cragg, A.; Kelley, T.; Henry, O.; Janney, R. New Liberty Magazine, December 27, 1947: Featuring Oscar Peterson and Billy Butlin
Toronto Liberty of Canada Ltd. 1947 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Cahen, Oscar; Beebe, Frank L.; McNally; Bradley, Richard 
56 pages. Features: Babies for Export - Province of Alberta trafficking in illegitimate babies(!); Billy Butlin - great photo-illustrated article on this Canadian who went to Britain with $25 and made a fortune out of holiday camps; Brutal Vancouver Murder - Who Killed Woo Dack? - Famous Canadian Crimes #18; What's New in Toys? - Four pages of great photos, including a super-streamlined aluminum bicycle; Bach to Boogie - Quebec's 18th Century Orchestra of Chamber Music - article with photos; Drunken Elephants battle in India! - article with photos; Adele Inge - The World's top ice-acrobat - article with photos of her forward and backward somersaults on skates!; Tail Spin; Holiday Stills - Christmas glamour shots featuring Patricia Roc, Jane Hylton and Diana Dors; Jo-Anne Chong of Toronto; Harry Mathers; Thor Hansen; Spotlight on Oscar Peterson - article with photo; FDR film review with many photos; Birth of a Monkey - Ruby at Philadelphia's Zoo; Alice Bradshaw; Ruth Warwick's Wardrobe. Stories: The Gift of the Magi; Miracle of the Bells (condensed book). Average wear. A quality vintage copy. 
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Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, April 5,1943 - War in Africa, Fuqua, Stephen O.; Pratt, William V.
12 Fuqua, Stephen O.; Pratt, William V. Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, April 5,1943 - War in Africa
USA Weekly Publications 1943 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 
92 pages. Features: Nice Mimeograph ad shows their duplicator in use in many military offices; Great Fairbanks, Morse & Co. ad shows sub sinking Japanese carrier with caption "The Speak a Language the Japs Understand"; One-page Boeing photo ad for the B-17 shows an Axis plane about to crash land; Marjorie Gestring marries - with photo of her; Brief obituaries for Mrs. Emma G.M. Fall, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Sir Edward Beatty, and Ben B. Lindsey; Dramatic Beech Aircraft one-page photo ad shows an AT-11 dropping bombs; Uncommon Cadillac ad shows their new M-5 tank (who knew Cadillac made tanks?); Fall of Gabes - Montgomery won on his biggest gamble; Major war coverage; Photo of US bombers attacking Japanese ship in the Battle of the Bismarck Sea; Aerial photo of Krupp Works bombed by RAF; Interesting photo of Japanese soldiers in Burma dancing with Geisha girls; Series of domestic rebukes to FDR; Photo of Fiorello H. La Guardia in uniform during WWI; Before and after photos of a Seattle meat market illustrate meat shortage; Buick ad shows large shells being manufactured; Great one-page color ad for the Vega Ventura aircraft; Photo in massive Douglas Aircraft factory at Oklahoma City which builds Skytrains; Photo of Greg Rice and his two-mile world's record run; Photo of sheep grazing in the Pasadena Rose Bowl(!); Photo of "Hit Parade" dance star Chinita; Gov. Harold E. Stassen of Minnesota; Canadian Club ad features color photos of Tarpon Springs, Florida Sponge-fishermen; Nice back cover color-photo ad for Chesterfield cigarettes features night photo of Merchant Mariners at sea; and much more. Average wear and soiling. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Letter Arts Review, Summer 2012, Volume 26, Number 3 - A Manuscript By Michael Hughey, Holland, Elinor; Calderhead, Christopher; Paulsrud, Pamela
13 Holland, Elinor; Calderhead, Christopher; Paulsrud, Pamela Letter Arts Review, Summer 2012, Volume 26, Number 3 - A Manuscript By Michael Hughey
USA Letter Arts Review 2012 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Hughey, Michael 
64 pages. Features: Looking at graffiti technique; A manuscript by Michael Hughey; Anatomy of the Hilya; Interview with Marina Soria; Treewhispers; Interview with Nicholas Benson; and more. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A sound copy. 
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Collier's Magazine, April 10, 1948 - Charles E. Wilson of General Electris / New Obesity Theory, Lanham, Edwin; Riley, Nord; Sher, Jack; Johnson, D.H.; Kapstein, I.J.; Franklin, Jay; Lehman, Milton; Davidson, Bill; Robinson, Donald; Kuhn, Walt; Neely, Frederick R.; Maloney, Russell
14 Lanham, Edwin; Riley, Nord; Sher, Jack; Johnson, D.H.; Kapstein, I.J.; Franklin, Jay; Lehman, Milton; Davidson, Bill; Robinson, Donald; Kuhn, Walt; Neely, Frederick R.; Maloney, Russell Collier's Magazine, April 10, 1948 - Charles E. Wilson of General Electris / New Obesity Theory
Springfield, IL, U.S.A. The Crowell-Collier Publishing Company 1948 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Peskin, Hy; Pachner, William; Wolsky, Milton L.; Manning, Jack; Chiriaka, Ernest; Kuhn, Walt; Bugg, Robert; Karger, George; Vebell, Edward; Brown, Elmore 
94 pages. Articles:.The House at Hyde Park - the home FDR loved; Spare-Time Statesman - President of General Electric, Charles E. Wilson; Does the Army Want the Reserves? - its brass hats view civilian soldiers with mixed feelings; Sketches in Sawdust - Paintings of Circus folk; Why Atoms Don't Fly - obstacles to atomic-powered aircraft; The Fat of the Land - a new theory of obesity and its cure. Fiction: I'm a Stronger in Town Myself (part 1 of 3); The Half-Shot Hereford; A Very Funny Guy; Bride and Room; A Sure Thing; Madam President (conclusion). Includes ads for: Parker pens 1951; Pepsodent - featuring Marjorie Groats; Lifebuoy soap; RCA Victor radios and phonographs; Milky Way Chocolate Bars; Diamond Trucks - great color photo; Willys-Overland Motors "Jeep"; Drewry's Old Stock Ale - featuring Mountie; Argus cameras (twin lens); Pontiac - centerfold; Stewart-Warner radios; Oldsmobile; Foot Pals; Walt Disney's "Melody Time" movie; Templeform hats; DeSoto cars; GM Electro-motive division; Solovox; Dutch Boy Paint; Frazer cars; Santa Fe Railroad; National Guard; United Jewish Appeal - full page showing hoards behind barbed wire; Back cover Coke ad shows young lady who has stopped for a break from driving. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Newsweek Magazine, January (Jan.) 2, 1967 - Otis Chandler Cover Photo, Lippmann, Walter; et al
15 Lippmann, Walter; et al Newsweek Magazine, January (Jan.) 2, 1967 - Otis Chandler Cover Photo
New York Newsweek, Inc. 1967 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 
68 pages. Features: Jacqueline Kennedy's 'Victory' re: William Manchester's "The Death of a President"; The FDR Memorial; R. Sargent Shriver's Last Stand?; Adam Clayton Powell; Clark McAdams Clifford - man for all Caesars; War of Ambush in Vietnam; Photo of Ho Chi Minh; Turkey's Premier meets Kosygin; How to Build a Publishing Empire - Otis and Norman Chandler of the Los Angeles Times; Fernand Petiot - the Bloody-Mary Man; Sensuous KDKA-TV ad; Buel Ray Wortham and Craddock M. Gilmour, Jr. in trouble in Russia; Charming Japan Airlines ad announces their new New York to Tokyo direct flight; The Reichstag fire and the Remagen Bridge capture are back in the news in Germany; Color-photo centerfold IBM ad features large image of astronomer Dr. Wallace J. Eckert; Photo of Cassius Clay (Muhammad Ali) with Marianne Moore; The Times-Mirror Co.; Edward (Zeke) Bratkowski; Rosemary Casals; Atomic test code-named Greeley; Father Charles Davis; How to Float on a Sea of Red Ink - The U.S. Post Office; Disney's Legacy - with photo of Roy Disney; Ravi Shankar; Lawrence Stehen Lowry; and much more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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Cars & Parts Magazine, July 1982, Multiple Contributors
16 Multiple Contributors Cars & Parts Magazine, July 1982
USA Amos Press/Cars & Parts 1982 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 
170 pages. Features: 1954 Corvette; 1929 Pierce-Arrow Runabout; Billy Durant and his Flints - 1925 and 1926 Flint E-55 Touring Models; GTO - 1967 Convertible; Duesenberg - a victim of the Great Depression, despite the involvement of flamboyant dynamo E.L. Cord; How to pinstripe automotive wheels; Corvette Show; "Sunshine Special" - FDR's 1939 Lincoln Limousine. Average wear. A sound copy. 
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Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, April 10, 1939 - Cover Photo of Danish Crown Prince and Princess, Multiple Contributors
17 Multiple Contributors Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, April 10, 1939 - Cover Photo of Danish Crown Prince and Princess
Dayton, Ohio, USA Weekly Publications, Inc. 1939 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 
52 pages. Features: Nice photo ad for Warner & Swasey Turret Lathes features the McDonald Observatory at Mt. Locke, Texas; American Recognition of Franco Fits into "Stop Hitler" Drive; GoodYear Tire ad features photo of Richard M. Teall of Toledo, Ohio; Swallowing goldfish at Harvard; "Tough Johnny" Torrio faces jail for income tax evasion; Photo of FDR shaking hands with George Washington Carver; Experts forecast Negro return to the Republican fold in 1940; Beautiful one-page color ad for the new Cadillac Sixty Special features a dark blue car in front of hotel; Nice one-page photo ad for Vitamins Plus; Great Britain awakens to Reich Threat of Supremacy - major article with photos of Polish leaders, Danzig Nazi leader Foerster, and more; Nuisance Islands - Japan's Seizure of Spratlys gives her a bargaining point; Spain - Rebuilding - with photo of Julian Besteiro; How U.S. Leads World in Synthetic Chemistry; New malarial problem carried to Brazil by stowaway insect; Large and lovely photo of Katharine Hepburn; Frank Andrea and the television set he has placed on the market - photo with article; Six photos of screwballer Carl Hubbell in action; Hudson car ad; Cy Young turns 72; Marriage of Clark Gable to Carole Lombard; Hitler's half-brother, William Patrick Hitler, arrives in New York; Nice ad for the RCA Victrola; Obituary for Gen. Gerardo Machado, exiled ex-President of Cuba; Making safer safety glass; Intereseting ad for Elliott Addressing Machines; Ford V8 car ad inside back cover; Color-photo ad for Four Roses Whiskey on back cover. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy 
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Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, April 24, 1939, Multiple Contributors
18 Multiple Contributors Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, April 24, 1939
Dayton, Ohio, USA Weekly Publications, Inc. 1939 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 
52 pages. Features: Cecil B. De Mille is featured in a Union Pacific Railroad ad; Interesting Comptometer one-page photo ad explains how Macy's used 325 of these business machines to boost office efficiency; Great ad for the Olds '60' 2-door sedan; FDR's plea to dictators hastens showdown in Congress; Hobboes of America - 31st convention; Photo of William B. Bankhead and family; Nice color ad for the La Salle car (maroon 5-passenger 4dr touring sedan featured); Europe's armies match size of forces mobilized in 1914 - diplomats struggle to stave off outbreak; Photo of Goering with Mussolini in Rome; Netherlands ready to release flood if Hitler invades; Father-in-law scorned by Zog now Premier of puppet Albania; Trotsky leaves the Mexican home of Diego Rivera; Palestine Conference resumes on Egyptian soil - Arab leader, Abdul Rahim Haj Mohammed killed by British two weeks prior; Guerrillas harass Japanese after trickling through lines; Tenth year of the Curtis String Quartet - write-up with photo; Photo of Elektro, the cigarette-smoking robot who will star at the NY World's Fair; Boston Bruins defeat Toronto Maple Leafs to win Stanley Cup - story with great team photo; Nice one-page ad for the Cine-Kodak Eight movie camera; Nice one-page photo ad for Ford V-8 Trucks for 1939 featuring a dump truck owned by S.H. Bacon of Los Angeles; Photo of Ida Tarbell and review of her autobiography; Charles Lindbergh returns to US; Otelia Augspurger Compton is chosen as "The American Mother" for 1939; Obituary for mystery writer Willard Huntington Wright (S.S. Van Dine); Barter plan for war supplies to be pressed by Washington; Pepsi-Cola ownership lawsuit is settled in favor of Charles G. Guth; Edward J. Noble; Morris Anolik arrested for dealing in gold; The Menasco "Uni-Twin" airplane engine; Hudson car ad inside back cover; Great color-photo ad for Lucky Strike cigarettes on back cover features tobacco auctioneer F.E. McLaughlin in action; and much more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy 
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Newsweek Magazine, April 11, 1938 - Gorilla Cover Photo, Multiple Contributors
19 Multiple Contributors Newsweek Magazine, April 11, 1938 - Gorilla Cover Photo
Dayton, Ohio, USA Weekly Publications, Inc. 1938 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 
40 pages. Features: Nice two-color addressograph ad inside front cover; AT&T charged with waste and extravagance; Gargantua the gorilla leads a streamlined new Ringling circus to town - article with photos; George Jean Nathan; Franco's offensive rolls forward; Ontario's Premier Mitchell Hepburn defies clergy and puts over sweepstakes bill; Francis William Rickett and Ben Smith - mystery men of Mexican oil; Photo of smiling FDR with Marvin McIntyre; Photo of Father Charles Coughlin of Detroit; Negro politician Nathaniel Brewer, of Cambridge, MA; Squaws riot in Northern Minnesota; Interesting article on Key West, Florida; Nazis put their Nordic paganism into print - rules for marriage ceremonies in the Temples of Blood; Photo of the Prince of Liechtenstein and his wife; The Soviet Union's NSRA (Northern Sea Route Administration) is one of the few government agencies to escape the Stalin purge; Tsung Tsai Chiang becomes Stalin of China; Egyptian feud between Farouk I and Nahas Pasha; Fantastic hockey photo shows American goalie Earl Robertson playing against the Chicago Black Hawks; Nice photo of Joan Blondell with police; Burial announcement of Col. Edward M. House - and picture of him with Woodrow Wilson; Nice one-page photo ad for the Cine-Kodak Eight movie camera; Interesting photo of black children at Milk Bar - Rev. Amos H. Carnegie; Interesting picket outside Boyles Furniture Store in Utah; Labor Racketeers Still Flourishing; Nice photo ad for Warner & Swasey turret lathes of Cleveland; C.I.O. seamen picket Maritime Commission offices in Washington; Leonor F. Loree leaves the D.& H. (with photo); Nice color ad inside back cover for San Francisco tourism features illustration of rotating street car; Back cover color photo ad for Four Roses whiskey features letter from John Chapman. Average wear. Unmarked. Small clipping from page 7. A worthy vintage copy 
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Newsweek Magazine, April 18, 1938 - Cover Photos of Detroit Tigers Slugger Rudy York and 'Cactus Jack' Nance, Multiple Contributors
20 Multiple Contributors Newsweek Magazine, April 18, 1938 - Cover Photos of Detroit Tigers Slugger Rudy York and 'Cactus Jack' Nance
Dayton, Ohio, USA Weekly Publications, Inc. 1938 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 
44 pages. Features: Photo of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ford on their 50th wedding anniversary; Nice one-page color ad for Packard cars features the new 1938 Packard Eight Touring Sedan; Building reports sustain hope of early recovery; Labor Board blasts 'Little Steel' on two fronts; Theatre Week - George Jean Nathan; The 'Holy Reich' - Hitler is 99.08% right; Japan's First Great Defeat; FDR takes a licking with good grace; Ohio Governor Davey craves a bumper crop of wallflowers; Nice one-page ad for International Trucks features the new 2-Ton D-40 with utility stake body; Defeat of Reorganization Bill beclouds President's future; Photo of Gabby Hartnett; Nice one-page photo ad for the Chrysler Royal; Nice one-page photo ad for the Studebaker Commander Club Sedan; 2/3-page Pabst beer ad features black bellhop delivering liquid room service beneath the caption "These sho am quality foks"; Back cover features nice color ad for the Marchant electric calculator; and much more. Small clipping from page 9. Large clipping from page 19. Average wear. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy 
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