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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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The New York Times Magazine, December 15, 1963 - When a Negro is on Trial in the South, Acheson, Dean; Hunter, Marjorie; Morris, Richard B.; Graubard, Stephen R.; Galphin, Bruce M.; Willig, John M.
2 Acheson, Dean; Hunter, Marjorie; Morris, Richard B.; Graubard, Stephen R.; Galphin, Bruce M.; Willig, John M. The New York Times Magazine, December 15, 1963 - When a Negro is on Trial in the South
New York The New York Times 1963 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Tames, George; Koenig, Edo; Falk, Sam; Sisto, Ernie; Burns, Pat; Moses, Lida; Doty, Roy; Shore, Robert; Pascal, David; Golden, Alice; Singer, Joe; Leone, J.; Engelhardt, Tom; Flora, James 
80 pages. Features:. Withdrawal from Europe "An Illustion" - we must have close co-operation with West Germany; Lest Us Reason Together - photo feature on LBJ; Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson (Lady Bird) - article with photo about the public servant without pay; The Muddled Problem of Presidential Succession - which was brought home by the death of JFK; After Five Years, de Gaulle Still Towers; The average height of Americans is increasing; A Master Builder at 75 - photo feature on the works of New York's Robert Moses; When a Negro is on Trial in the South - is the picture painted by novels and films correct?; Crosswords - the most popular game; Christmas Wraps - fashion photos; Photos of tapestries in the apartment of Allen Porter; and more.. Ads: Selchow & Righter Company board games in color; Pepperidge Farm Devil's Food Cake; Ella Fitzgerald albums by Verve; Thomas Date Nut Loaf; and more. Four-inch opening to back cover, otherwise average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy 
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Canadian Antiques Collector - a Journal of Antiques and Fine Arts: December 1967, Adams, Marian: Editor
3 Adams, Marian: Editor Canadian Antiques Collector - a Journal of Antiques and Fine Arts: December 1967
Ontario, Canada Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts 1967 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
31 pages Features: Canadian Cut Glass - Brief history of lead glass manufactured and/or cut during the period 1900 - 1925); The Proud Years of Farming - A look at artists that painted farm animals and landscapes of Ontario's rural life from the 1850's to 1870's (Henri Perre, Otto Jacobi); New Year's Greeting from Ancient Egypt - A brief history of the Egyptian calendar and New Year's Day (including a New Year's bottle circa 600 B.C.); Josiah Spode and the Chinese Trade - Brief history of Josiah Spode (1776) and importing Chinese porcelain to America; Chippendale Chinese - Thomas Chippendale's furniture designed in the "Chinese taste"; and The Chinese Taste in Silver - A look at Chinese influence (Chinoiserie) on England trading in porcelain and silver. Minimal wear along spine. Small mailing label top left back cover. Clean and unmarked. A worthy copy. 
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Newsweek Magazine, September (Sept.) 13, 1971 - Vietnam Combat Diary / The New Face of Adoption, Alsop, Stewart; Morgenstern, Joseph; et al
4 Alsop, Stewart; Morgenstern, Joseph; et al Newsweek Magazine, September (Sept.) 13, 1971 - Vietnam Combat Diary / The New Face of Adoption
New York Newsweek, Inc. 1971 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Gomel, Bob (cover photo); Riboud, Marc 
122 pages. Features: Cover photo of New Jersey Couple Frank and Barbara Calabrese with adopted daughter Rachel; The New Face of Adoption; Vietnam combat diary; Sen. Strom Thurmond; New birth control techniques; Color photos of daily life on the Chinese Mainland; Can Wage-Price freezes work?; The Increasing Role of Computers in art - from music to poetry to visual works; One-page ad for Moneysworth with photo of Ralph Ginzburg; Dixie Takes the Bus; photo of burning school buses in Pontiac, Michigan; Reflecting on Black Panther George Jackson, killed in San Quentin recently; Sales of lottery tickets are up; Porsche car ad (red) - for only $3.595; Is it safe to trust Washington - relations with Canada and Japan; Lady Amalia Fleming; Kremlinologist John Erickson; Mystery death of Donald J. Leahy; Winston Filters cigarette ad features color photo of happy adult picnic scene; Joe Cahill - the Emerald Pimpernel; Women's Wear Daily (WWD); Sony Trinitron TV ad features color photo of extended familly watching TV in bedroom; Photo-illustrated article on Hugh Hefner and how Playboy is switching to local talent; Father Francis X. Lawlor; Co-op Cars in Montpellier, France; Nice color-photo centerfold ad for Florsheim men's shoes; Unemployment in Gary, Indianna; Volkswagen ad features a Karmann Ghia which was picked as one of the world's most beautifully designed products by W.Dorwin Teague; Jean Piaget undermined?; One-page color ad for the city of Memphis "City of Manageable Size"; One-page ad for the United Fund features female black teacher with young white male student; Saab 99 ad; Cricket Plaer John Snow; Nostalgic two-page color ad for Sears color TVs; Nudie Cohn / Nudie the Tailor - tailor to the stars and the world's largest Western outfitter; Funny color-photo ad for State Farm insurance features bulldog which has just ransacked a mailman's bag; Gala opening of Washington's John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts; Canadian Club color photo ad features 'Water Walk' in Amsterdam (floating in canal in large clear plastic bag; and much more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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Weekend Magazine, 27 November 1965 (Newspaper Insert), Anderson, Lewis; Welbourn, Patricia; Nagle, Patrick; Trueman, Stuart; Kly, Doyle; O'Brien, Andy
5 Anderson, Lewis; Welbourn, Patricia; Nagle, Patrick; Trueman, Stuart; Kly, Doyle; O'Brien, Andy Weekend Magazine, 27 November 1965 (Newspaper Insert)
London, Canada London Free Press 1965 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Moss, Bruce 
56 pages. Features: The Population Explosion; Christine Pattinson Holds the Canadian women's record for straight-distance gliding - article with photos; Electrohome ad shows fan at football game watching the game on his 'portable' TV; Photos of Inuit merriment at Coral Harbour in the central Canadian Arctic; The Viet Cong Soldiers are Hard to Track Down - and Harder to Kill - article with colour photos - a look at the Vietnam ground war; Beautiful colour photo ad for Heinz baby food, complete with tear-out coupon for one free bottle; Nice colour photo ad for Timex watches; Learning German; Ski Fashion Photo Feature; Two-page colour photo ad for Ronson products; E.P. Taylor's Horse Sale at Windfields Farm in Oshawa - article with photos; Jeweller with a Gem of a Car - Roger Lucas of Montreal owns 'the most beautiful Jaguar-D in the world; Rookie Gilles Marotte Dreams of playing in the N.H.L. for the Boston Bruins - colour photos and article; Nureyev and Fonteyn in Romeo and Juliet - article with three photos; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A quality vintage copy. 
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(Toronto) Star Weekly, January 4 1958 - Gorgeous Cover Photo Includes Gloria Lambert, Peggi Loder, Juliette, Sylvia Murphy, Joyce Hahn, Corinee Conley, Joan Fairfax and Joyce Sullivan, Authors Not Stated
6 Authors Not Stated (Toronto) Star Weekly, January 4 1958 - Gorgeous Cover Photo Includes Gloria Lambert, Peggi Loder, Juliette, Sylvia Murphy, Joyce Hahn, Corinee Conley, Joan Fairfax and Joyce Sullivan
Toronto Toronto Star 1958 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Smith, Christopher; Lansdale, Bob; Ragsdale, R.C.; MacKay, Barry Kent 
24 pages. Features: Dramatic one-page colour photo of America's Sputnik blowing up on launch pad at Cape Canaveral; Nice one-page colour-photo Campbell's Vegetable Soup ad; Wonderful four-page feature on the Community Farm of the Brethren at Bright, Ontario includes fourteen photos; Photos (one in colour) of "Bran", the Irish wolfhound and regimental mascot of the Irish Regiment of Canada; Photo and brief write-ups of Sylvia Murphy, Joan Fairfax and Joyce Hahn; Behind the Scenes at the CBC - costume-making for CBC productions - includes nice colour photo of Bill Yule and June Sampson - please note that 1/3 of the second page of this article has been removed and is not included; Wow! One-page colour team photo of the Stanley Cup Champion 1957-8 Montreal Canadiens, featuring captain Maurice (Rocket) Richard; Four amazing photos of the Xavantes tribe of Brazil - taken as part of Rolf Blomberg's trip; Photo of Canada's top horseshoe pitching team, W. Faint, G. Miles, E. Crawford and L. Cruise; Wow! - one-page colour pin-up photo of Frank Sinatra!; The MacKay family of Toronto's Forest Hills Village bands birds - ten photos with write-up - son Barry MacKay went on to become a well-known naturalist and artist; Back cover 1958 calendar features large charming colour photo of baby girl in pink bonnet Average wear. Unmarked. Centerpage and covers holding by one staple. A worthy copy of this wonderful vintage issue.. 
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Maclean's Magazine, 15 October 1955 *Fiftieth Anniversary Edition*, Berton, P.; MacLennan, Hugh; Bodsworth, F.; Berrill, N.J.; Maugham, W. Somerset; Ayre, Robert; Fitzgerald, F. Scott; et al
7 Berton, P.; MacLennan, Hugh; Bodsworth, F.; Berrill, N.J.; Maugham, W. Somerset; Ayre, Robert; Fitzgerald, F. Scott; et al Maclean's Magazine, 15 October 1955 *Fiftieth Anniversary Edition*
Toronto Maclean Hunter 1955 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Arbuckle, Franklin; Cahen, Oscar 
124 pages. Wonderful colour illustration by Franklin Arbuckle shows lady in attic peacefully reviewing old issues of this publication. Contents: Colour ad for G.W.G. work clothing inside front cover; Editorial reviews the first fifty years of Maclean's; Beverley Baxter shines some Maclean's memories; Blair Fraser recalls "Our Terrible-Tempered Ancestors" - early Ottawa correspondents; Wonderful colour photo ad for Weston's Golden Brown Sodas (crackers); The Years Behind - Pierre Berton reviews the first half-century of Maclean's - the fads, the fashions, the worries and the woes, the bitter and the sweet and, above all, the enormous change - as seen through the pages of Maclean's - illustrated; The Years Ahead - Hugh MacLennan speculates on what kind of people we'll become; Fred Bodsworth and Norman Berrill project what we can expect from science and weather in the coming years; A Treasury of Memorable Fiction - Three Famous Stories from the Maclean's of the Twenties newly illustrated by Oscar Cahen - The Ardent Bigamist, by Somerset Maugham, P. Tidmus and the Fish, by Robert Ayre, Winter Dreams, by F. Scott Fitzgerald; *Fantastic* 10-page nostalgic album of old-time Maclean's Magazine Art - covers and ads in colour and black and white - includes four wonderful covers by Arthur Heming; A Stephen Leacock Sampler; Wonderful full-page colour ad for Canadian Pacific's Empress of Britain; Lovely colour full-page ad for Sweet Caps cigarettes at a football game; Colour ad for Seabreeze record players; Massey-Harris-Ferguson ad features Square Dancing - permitted by the leisure time for farmers created by farm equipment; Centerfold Rexall detailed ad for their 1 cent sale; Nice colour one-page 1956 Ford Meteor ad; Colour ad for ATW, Canada's leading towel; What They Said Would Happen - what Maclean's writers have predicted in the past; Nice colour ad for Tex-Made flannelette blankets; Clyde Gilmour looks back over 50 years of movies - wonderful archival illustrations; Colour Molson Export Ale ad; Nice colour photo Coke ad on back cover shows boy buying bottle for girl at pop machine at golf club. Front cover detached but present, otherwise average wear. A particularly wonderful vintage Maclean's issue. 
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Northwest Digest Magazine, November 1951, Bezanson, A.M.; Lukie, J.; Ketlo, Ed.; Harrison, Eunice M.L.; Campbell, Nellie R.; Kirkpatrick, S.D.; Gordon-Cooper, H
8 Bezanson, A.M.; Lukie, J.; Ketlo, Ed.; Harrison, Eunice M.L.; Campbell, Nellie R.; Kirkpatrick, S.D.; Gordon-Cooper, H Northwest Digest Magazine, November 1951
Quesnel, British Columbia Cariboo Digest Ltd. 1951 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
26 pages. Black and white illustrations. Features: Great cover photo after a successful caribou hunt; Editorial - We Can Have Highways; Who the Loon Got its White Neck Band and Spots on its Back - And Man Was Turned into a Lynx; Pioneer Judge's Wife - part 1; Along the Trapline; Two clear photos of the aftermath of a locomotive boiler explosion in the railway yars of P.G.E. at Quesnel, B.C. in September 1951; The Ghost of Hunter Jack - Poem; Photo of a group of gold panners at Lowhee Placer mine with a pan full of huge nuggets; Yukon Epic - a true tale of the northland; Nature Oddities; Dawson Creek Motorists First to Drive over John Hart Highway - Ralph Thomsen and son Bob, Stan Carnell and Bob Greer - brief write-up with two photos; Four Million Acres of Untouched Grassland - review of "Grass Beyond the Mountains" by Richard P. Hobson Jr. - with a small photo of Hobson; Back cover ad for Finning's "Caterpillar" Diesel farm and logging tractors; Dozens of ads for small local businesses; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this vintage British Columbia publication. 
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The Granite Monthly - A New Hampshire Magazine, September 1923, Blanchard, Grace; Stevens, Raymond B.; Sargent, Eaton D.; Farrand, George E.; Winant, John G.; Goodwin, H. Reynolds; Woodbury, E.E.; Nabstedt, H.M.; Worthen, Samuel Copp; Potter, G.F.; Woodsworth, Harry C.
9 Blanchard, Grace; Stevens, Raymond B.; Sargent, Eaton D.; Farrand, George E.; Winant, John G.; Goodwin, H. Reynolds; Woodbury, E.E.; Nabstedt, H.M.; Worthen, Samuel Copp; Potter, G.F.; Woodsworth, Harry C. The Granite Monthly - A New Hampshire Magazine, September 1923
USA The Granite Monthly Company 1923 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Pages 405-455. Black and white photos. Features: Future policies of the Democratic Party - i. forty-eight hours, taxation, and water power ii. the Democratic Party of the future iii. for the rights of the average man; "Three sentinels of the north" and the Durham meeting; New Hampshire looks back over her splendid past - photos of scenes from this month's celebrations; "Are you a hiker?" - some suggestions for campers; A forest fire - article with sad photos of the aftermath; The Bristol Dam - an important water power development - article with four excellent photos; The story of a Kensington warrior - Major Ezekiel Worthen of Kensington; An anthology of one poem poets; New Hampshire apples at their best - the story of Hardy and Son - article with great photos; The New Hampshire League of Woman Voters; Marsh King and the King Farm - a two-man farm with a wonderful record - article with nice photos; Prohibition; Nice full-page photo ad for Amoskeag Manufacturing Co.'s largest textile plant in the world; Full-page ad for the Polar Caves; Full page photo of President Calvin Coolidge - First New England President since Franklin Pierce; The Legion at the Weirs, Aug. 13-16 - great photos; New Hampshire Necrology; and more. Average wear. Some external soiling. A sound vintage copy. 
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Collier's Magazine, January 19, 1946 - Crisis in Clothes, Borton, De Trevino, Elizabeth; Duranty, Walter; Krauss, William A.; Eberhart, Mignon G.; Stern, Richard; Lanham, Edwin; Cohen, Felix S.; Holmes, Julius C.; Et al
10 Borton, De Trevino, Elizabeth; Duranty, Walter; Krauss, William A.; Eberhart, Mignon G.; Stern, Richard; Lanham, Edwin; Cohen, Felix S.; Holmes, Julius C.; Et al Collier's Magazine, January 19, 1946 - Crisis in Clothes
USA Crowell-Collier Publishing 1946 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Locke, Vance (cover); Klett, WalterPatterson, Robert; McLeod, Ronald; Petruccelli, Antonio; Brown, Elmore; Kling, Wendell; Stern, Phil; Dawes, Edwin; 
78 pages. Fiction: The Way to the Heart; The Traitor; Welcome, Stranger; Murder Haunts the Ship; You First, Son; The Counselor. Articles: Women Have No Manners; How England does It; Crisis in Clothes - the head of the OPA tells how the clothing shortage grew to its present difficulties; American Cover-Up Girl - Meet Sono Osato in Fashion's new treatment of beach attire; Jap Underground in China - can the Japs deceive the Chinese and turn our ally against us?; How We Bought the United States - the government paid more than you realize but made little profit; Eisenhower's African Gamble (Conclusion) - The official story behind the often denounced deal with Darlan; This Week - Clark Gable; Harry the Reach - it's be murder for the opposition when Harry Boykoff plays on the basket ball court. Many great ads including Elsie the Cow, American Airlines, Nash cars, Lucky Strike (back cover) and a full-page Ford ad featuring a large color photo of Henry Ford studying soy plants - theme of ad is how Ford 'grows' its parts on the farm. Unmarked. Average wear. A sound copy of this vintage issue. 
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The Illustrated London (ILN) News, January 8, 1955 - Blocking of the Suez Canal, Bryant, Arthur; Burton, Maurice; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril
11 Bryant, Arthur; Burton, Maurice; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril The Illustrated London (ILN) News, January 8, 1955 - Blocking of the Suez Canal
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd. 1955 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Richarson, C.W.E. 
Pages: 37-76. Features: Nice one-page Daimler Regency ad; Cover photo of the 'World Peace' which struck the El Ferdan swing bridge and blocked the Suez Canal; Professor Edgar Douglas Adrian; Mau Mau Terrorism in Kenya - home of Mrs. Anne Carnelley is burned; Fastest Man on Earth - photo of J.P. Stapp being strapped into rocket sled at Alamorgordo; Danish freighter 'Lexa Maersk' burns in Singapore; France approves German rearmament; Photos of 17 personalities of the week include Viscount Hambleden and his fiancee Donna Maria Carmela Attolico de Adelfia, Colonel Jose Antonio Remon of Panama, Roger G. Bannister, Captain Sir Robert Irving, and record glider Philip Wills; Nice one-page photo portrait of Admiral William Morrow Fechteler, U.S.N.; Two pages of interesting photos of life in Baghdad/Iraq; Two-pages of illustrations present the decline and fall of the Battleship - silhouettes of the world's capital ships, which have decreased in numbers and importance ever since the Battle of Jutland in 1916; Christmas Day Crash at Prestwick - wrecked B.O.A.C. Stratocruiser; Demolishing the London Zoo's Monkey Hill; Wonderful centerfold illustration of the view looking north over Central Park in Manhattan from the Observation Tower of the R.C.A. Building; Two pages of photos from Britain's first national Boat Show; Photos of 16 people who received awards, including Sir Arnold Gridley who was created a Baron; Sultan of Zanzibar opens new power station; King Norodom Sihanouk of Cambodia visits King Phumiphol Aduldej of Siam; Two wonderful photos of London bidding a gay welcome to 1955 - scenes at the Chelsea Arts Ball, and in Piccadilly Circus; Photo of mink farm in Cary, Illinois where 50,000 mink are being raised; Photo of large wind generator at St. Albans which may supply up to 100 kW; Article on the Mangrove. Average wear. Unmarked. Short openings along coverfold. A sound vintage copy. 
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Maclean's Magazine, July 6, 1963 - E.P. Taylor Feature and Cover Photo, Burke, Tim; Newman, Peter C.; Fraser, Blair; Sclanders, Ian; Gzowski, Peter; Moon, Barbara; Mair, Shirley; Forrest, A.C.; Simpkins, James; Allen, Robert Thomas; Max, John; Fulford, Robert
12 Burke, Tim; Newman, Peter C.; Fraser, Blair; Sclanders, Ian; Gzowski, Peter; Moon, Barbara; Mair, Shirley; Forrest, A.C.; Simpkins, James; Allen, Robert Thomas; Max, John; Fulford, Robert Maclean's Magazine, July 6, 1963 - E.P. Taylor Feature and Cover Photo
Toronto Maclean-Hunter Limited 1963 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Max, John; Newlands, Don; Macpherson, Duncan; Burns, Michael; Turofsky; Burns, Michael 
56 pages. Features: The last chapter of the great E.P. Taylor Myth - the E.P. Taylor of modern Canadian folklore, reighning tycoon of a nation and master of all the hidden levers of power - he is not and never was, by Barbara Moon with many photos; Anatomy of a world-wide sensation - pilot Ralph Flores and his passenger Helen Klaben survived a 48-day ordeal in the winter wild; What the new drive for church unity means to Christians; How I was trapped by Jasper the Cartoon bear for Maclean's Magazine - the true confessions of the cartoonist who created Jasper the bear in 1948 and has been running hard to keep up with Canada's most famous bear ever since, by James Simpkins; The Tribal Customs of space-age children - an eyewitness account by Robert Thomas Allen; Our Alabama - a report by Peter Gzowski on the harsh realities setting whites against Indians near Glaslyn, Saskatchewan - article with many great black and white photos; The Montreal Stampede to Learn French; Colour photo Coke ad of a young lovely lifeguard and her many admirers. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Saturday Evening Post Magazine, December 10, 1949 - God Won't Stay Underground in Russia / Edward R. Murrow, Byrd, Sigman; Crowe, Cecily Teague; Bosworth, Jim and Allan; Dinesen, Isak; Smith, Lt. Gen. Walter Bedell; Pinkerton, Robert E.; Zolotow, Maurice; and More
13 Byrd, Sigman; Crowe, Cecily Teague; Bosworth, Jim and Allan; Dinesen, Isak; Smith, Lt. Gen. Walter Bedell; Pinkerton, Robert E.; Zolotow, Maurice; and More The Saturday Evening Post Magazine, December 10, 1949 - God Won't Stay Underground in Russia / Edward R. Murrow
USA Curtis 1949 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Alajalov (cover); Sickles, Noel; Avery, Sid; D'Andrea, Bernard; Garland, George; Hughes, George; Knopf, Hans; Gutmann, John; Ludekens, Fred; Rubin, Hy; 
156 pages. Features: Nice Christmas-theme 1-page color ad for General Electric's 'Daylight Television'; Half-page color Christmas ad for REO deluxe Trimalwan mowers; 2-page color-photo ad for Elgin watches features 'best dressed' Mrs. Mandel of Chicago and James (Jimmy) Stewart, starring in 'Broken Arrow'; Color ad for Knapp Monarch appliances features Claudette Colbert; Nice 1-page color Christmas ad for Eversharp Pens; 2-page color Christmas ad for Bulova watches; Nice 1-page color ad for General brand winter tires; Detroit Cracks Down on Relief Chiselers - article with photos on how Detroiters took a look at their relief rolls and uncovered some facts that shocked the state and will shock you too - 30% of Detroit reliefers were chiselers; Spies are Shot at Dawn - fiction; The Great Bamboozler - James Moran and his crazy publicity stunts; Amateur Angel (fiction); Murrow Sticks to the News - article on Edward R. Murrow with photo; My Three Years in Moscow - Part 5 - God Won't Stay Underground in Russia, where Christians and Jews cling to their beliefs - article with photos; America's Toughest School - Webb Institute of Naval Architecture - article with color photos; Tales of the Sea Otter - it is now coming back from near extinction; The Christmas Racket (fiction); How Murderers Beat the Law - double-length photo-illustrated article on Harvard's Department of Legal Medicine; The Uncertain Heiress (fiction); The Town of Santa Claus, Indiana - article with great color photos; He works at 459 Below - Dr. William Francis Giauque, winner of the Nobel Prize for Chemistry - article with photos; Vengeance Valley (fiction); Futuristic color Oldsmobile ad; Nice color Borden's ad featuring Elsie the Cow; The Innocent Buccaneer (fiction); Gorgeous 1-page Christmas color ad for Old Gold cigarettes with photo of couple under mistletoe; Color 1-page ad for the new 1950 Mercury cars; Nice 1-page color ad for Wilson's food products; Great 1-page color ad for American Airlines shows snowbound Christmas family looking up at an airliner in flight; Color Christmas ad for Fatima cigarettes; Fantastic 2-page color ad for Pontiac cars; Color 1-page ad for the Sunbeam Shavemaster; Great 1-page color photo Caterpillar ad shows Christmas trees being harvested by Halvorson Trees, Inc. near International Falls, MN; 1-page ad for RCA Victor products; 1-page ad for Philco products; 1-page color ad for John Hancock insurance features North Pole explorer Robert (Bob) Peary; Demuth pipe ad; Nice 2-page black and white Buick ad; 2-page color ad for Prince Gardner wallets; Nice 2-color 1-page Christmas ad for Motorola TVs and radios; 1-page Webster cigar ad; 1-page Dumont TV Christmas ad; Nice 1-page color ad for Willys-Overland Jeeps; Color-photo ad for Florida orange juice; 1-page color ad for Greyhound bus trips to the sunny south; Nice 1-page color photo ad for Ford trucks features Christmas tree grower Roy Halvorson of Duluth, MN plus his wife, Edythe and daughter, June, as well as his Ford dealer P.N. Hegvold; Nice 1-page color ad for Kaywoodie pipes; Nice 2-color 1-page Christmas ad for New York Central Railway; Nice 1-page color ad for Nescafe coffee; Crosley TV ad; Manhattan clothing color ad features unusual tie designs; Nice 1-page color Toastmaster Christmas toaster ad; Color Esterbrook pen ad; Color Gruen watch ad; Nice 1-page color-photo ad for Samsonite Luggage shows pleasant travel scenes; Nostalgic 1-page color ad for Bell & Howell home movie cameras; Color ad for Rolfs wallets; Color ad for Waterman's pens; Nice 1-page color-photo ad for Capehart televisions; Jones Dairy Farm Sausage ad; Statler Hotels ad features Santa cartoon by Tony Barlow; Color ad for Shulton (Old Spice) products inside back cover; Color Christmas ad for Kodak cameras on back cover. Moderate wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Granite Monthly - A New Hampshire Magazine of Literature, History, and State Progress, March 1903, Vol. XXXIV, No. 3 - Architect William M. Butterfield, Cheney, G.A.; M.H.W.; Leslie, H.G.; Et al
14 Cheney, G.A.; M.H.W.; Leslie, H.G.; Et al The Granite Monthly - A New Hampshire Magazine of Literature, History, and State Progress, March 1903, Vol. XXXIV, No. 3 - Architect William M. Butterfield
Concord, New Hampshire The Granite Monthly Company 1903 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Pages 141-240. Printed upon glossy stock. Nice reproductions of black and white photos. Features: William M. Butterfield - A New Hampshire architect and his work; Commercial Manchester - with one-page photo of Mayor Eugene E. Reed; The Poor Farm; Capt. Jared Somes; Poems; Attractive one-page photo-illustrated Boston and Maine Railroad ad; Handsome one-page ad for the New Hampshire Fire Insurance Company Unmarked. Average wear and soiling. Binding intact. A sound vintage copy. 
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Highland Breeders' Journal - Official Journal of the Highland Cattle Society, July 1986, No. 29, Coutts, Captain J.B.; Bowser, Captain D.S.; Buchan, Angus;
15 Coutts, Captain J.B.; Bowser, Captain D.S.; Buchan, Angus; Highland Breeders' Journal - Official Journal of the Highland Cattle Society, July 1986, No. 29
Great Britain Highland Breeders' Journal 1986 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
112 pages. 21 x 15cm. Many colour and black and white photos. Printed upon glossy stock. Features: Baravalla; From the HBJ of 25 Years Ago; Crush for Highland Cattle; Cross Highland Bullocks; EBL Folds; Canadian Section; Nice photo-illustrated farm ads; and much more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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The Country Guide Magazine, April 1952 - Foot and Mouth Disease in Saskatchewan / The Ardills of Farrell Creek, B.C., Cross, A.F.; Shaw, C.L.; Abel, P.M.; Erdman, R.L.; Fry, H.S.; Barnard, L.G.; Haycox, E.; Kummer, F A.; Et al
16 Cross, A.F.; Shaw, C.L.; Abel, P.M.; Erdman, R.L.; Fry, H.S.; Barnard, L.G.; Haycox, E.; Kummer, F A.; Et al The Country Guide Magazine, April 1952 - Foot and Mouth Disease in Saskatchewan / The Ardills of Farrell Creek, B.C.
Winnipeg The Public Press Ltd. 1952 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Stevens, Peter (Cover); Petrie, J.H.; Reck, Robert; Tellenius, Clarence 
102 pages. Great cover photo of boy writing love letter while sister looks on. Features; Nice GMC pickup truck ad; Nice half-page two-colour ad for the John Deere No. 5 mower; Nice ad for 1952 Ford cars; Foot and Mouth disease discovered at farm of Leonard Wass of McLean, Saskatchewan - a major threat to Canada's billion-dollar livestock industry; Green Leaves Falling (story); The perennial problem of soil losses from erosion; Farewell to the Years (storyy); Frontier Family - The Ardills of Farrell Creek, B.C. - photo-illustrated article; So You're Getting Power - article for farmers being connected to the electrical grid; Line Breeding for Daily Gain - some account of beef cattle improvement work at the U.S. Range Livestock Experiment Station, Miles City, Montana; Runaway Trailer (story) - part II; Caterpillar diesel farm tractor ad features photo of J.B. Francis of Sedley, Saskatchewan; One-page ad for the 1952 Meteor car; Vintage 2/3-page photo-illustrated ad for the new Case DC-4 tractor; Sam Harker of Standoff, Alberta raises sheep; Fantastic vintage one-page multiple-photo ad for Farmhad loaders and power boxes displays their gangly equipment handling big loads; Ben Lodoen of Fox Valley, Saskatchewan and his irrigation improvement; Nice one-page two-colour photo ad for Firestone tractor tires features Lawrence O. Larson; Nice vintage one-page two-colour ad for the Ferguson Twenty 85 tractor; 2/3-page ads for the Cockshutt seed drill and Drive-o-matic Combine; Nice photo ad for the Oliver No. 8 tractor; One-page Dodge car ad - "test the new Oriflow Ride"; Nice one-page photo ad for the Massey-Harris No. 509 one-way disc with roto-lift; Nice ad for Ford tractors; Ad for Dodge 'Job-Rated" trucks; Fordson Major tractor ad; Fargo truck ad; Excellent one-page ad for Ford Trucks features their three V-8 engines; Lovely colour-photo ad inside back cover for Swiss watches; Awesome colour-photo ad on back cover features a variety of Minneapolis-Moline machinery at work on the prairie. Please note: pages 49, 50, 55 and 56 missing. Center page loose but present. Somewhat above-average wear. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy of this nice issue. 
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The Granite Monthly - A New Hampshire Magazine - June, 1923: Senator William E. Borah, Doe, Jessie; Jackson, Robert; Chase, Olin; Williamson, Daisy Deane; Woodward, K.W.; Johnson, Arthur; Williams, G.G.; Bridges, H.Styles; Vinal, Harold; Lyford, James O.; Granite and Alabaster
17 Doe, Jessie; Jackson, Robert; Chase, Olin; Williamson, Daisy Deane; Woodward, K.W.; Johnson, Arthur; Williams, G.G.; Bridges, H.Styles; Vinal, Harold; Lyford, James O.; Granite and Alabaster The Granite Monthly - A New Hampshire Magazine - June, 1923: Senator William E. Borah
USA The Granite Monthly Company 1923 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Pages 253-296. Black and white photos. Features: The month in New Hampshire; Senator William E. Borah - an interview; The highest path in New England - a tramping trip along the Range Walk - article with great photos; Three opinions on the legislature of 1923 - the Democratic viewpoint, the Republican viewpoint, an Independent viewpoint; Along came Mary Ann - how home demonstration work helps a community - article with nice photos; The Northeastern Forest Experiment Station; An Anthology of One Poem Poets; The Bunga Road - an exciting controversy at Landaff; Guernseys that Pay - some champions at the Rockingham Farm; Ships (poem); How the House was Adjourned; Books of New Hampshire Interest; The Editor Stops to Talk; Current Opinion in New Hampshire; New Hampshire Necrology. Above-average external wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Wide World Magazine - True Stories of Adventure, February 1927 - Trapped in the Volcano of Kilauea, Ferguson, Ronald Muir; Halliburton, Richard; O'Brien, R.Barry; Ryall, Monica; Musson, H.P.; Bushby, Geoffrey H.; Green, Lawrence G.; Madison, Tony; Pearson, T.; Frankl, A.; Webb, Harry E.; Maule, D.; Fitzpatrick, Capt. J.F.J.; Pardees, Major John;
18 Ferguson, Ronald Muir; Halliburton, Richard; O'Brien, R.Barry; Ryall, Monica; Musson, H.P.; Bushby, Geoffrey H.; Green, Lawrence G.; Madison, Tony; Pearson, T.; Frankl, A.; Webb, Harry E.; Maule, D.; Fitzpatrick, Capt. J.F.J.; Pardees, Major John; The Wide World Magazine - True Stories of Adventure, February 1927 - Trapped in the Volcano of Kilauea
London George Newnes, Ltd. 1927 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall Sindall, A.; York, W.G.; Woodville, R. Caton; Wightman, W.E.; Inns, Kenneth; York, W.G.; Burns, Inder; Abbey, S.; Tresilian, S.; De Walton, John; Hiley, Francis E. 
Features: The Singing Tree - a story from the Bushveld of South Africa; The Road to Romanc - Part I of the amazing round-the-world travels of Cyril Holloway; Photo of ice-fishing in Vladivostock Harbour; Timber-Laden Round Cape Horn - a windjamming tale; An Aeroplane Adventure in Waziristan - the story of a British officer who was captured by the Wazirs; A Tenderfoot in Canada, Part II - a disastrous season on a prairie farm; Trapped in the Volcano of Kilauea, in the Hawaiian Islands; The Hundredth Chance - a story from the Union-Castle cargo-steamer Ripley Castle; What Happened to Ah Fong? - an unsolved Chinese mystery; Monasteries in Mid-Air - the remarkable monasteries of Meteora, in Greece - article with excellent photos; A Mystery of the "Bad Lands" - a cowboy story from Wyoming; The Rogue - a rogue elephant in central Africa; Bakhai, the Rebel of Babban Kurmi; The Mountain of Gold - conclusion of the author's journey to Canada; Nice vintage ads, including photo of Earle E. Liederman, the Muscle Builder. Multiple pieces of red, clear and brown tape securing covers. Somewhat above-average wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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American Homes and Gardens Magazine, October (Oct.) 1908, Volume V, No. 10 - The Seaside Home of Philip Lehman, Esq., Deal, New Jersey, Ferree, B.; Atkinson, A.S.; Chauncy, C.; Bastin, S. Leonard; Sherman, S.; Maxwell, Perriton; et al
19 Ferree, B.; Atkinson, A.S.; Chauncy, C.; Bastin, S. Leonard; Sherman, S.; Maxwell, Perriton; et al American Homes and Gardens Magazine, October (Oct.) 1908, Volume V, No. 10 - The Seaside Home of Philip Lehman, Esq., Deal, New Jersey
New York Munn & Company 1908 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Towles, Beverly 
Pages 375-414 plus xvi pages of great vintage ads. Many great black and white photos. Features: Seeking Shelter in the Water (one-page photo of cattle in lake); Notable American Homes - The Seaside Home of Philip Lehman, Esq., Deal, New Jersey - built of gray stucco with roof of green Spanish tiles; A Speculation in Abandoned Farms - the story of how a man accumulated farms and developed a successful business in rural Massachusetts; A Novel Scheme for a Suburban House Proposition - a new grouping of houses and stables for Dr. H.C. Register at Haverford, PA; Indoor Bulb Culture; "Beinhurst" - The Summer Home of William A. Bein, Esq., at "Still Wood Park," in the Woodbridge Hills, near New Haven, CT; Miss Tower's Garden at Lexington, MA; "Sunnyside," - a Home and Shrine - the home of Washington Irving, which stands on the northern edge of Irvington-on-the-Hudson, NY; Springhouses Old and New - article with wonderful photos of springhouses used to cool farm milk and butter; The Residence of Henry G. Lord, Esq., Brookline, MA; Heating and Lighting with Alcohol - fascinating article with photos of various now antique appliances; The Craft of Block Printing; Ad for Hampton's Brodway Magazine features photo of "Fighting Bob" Rear-Admiral Robley D. Evans regarding his series of patriotic naval articles; and more. Printed on glossy stock. Complete and unmarked with average wear. Some pages loose but all present. A quality copy of this great vintage issue. 
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American Homes and Gardens Magazine, June 1906, Volume II, No. 6 - The Garden on the Estate of Arthur Little, Esq., Swampscott, MA, Ferree, B.; Nichols, F.; Thurston, P.; Beach, S.; Smith, K.; Bennett, I.; Gebhard, E.; Et al
20 Ferree, B.; Nichols, F.; Thurston, P.; Beach, S.; Smith, K.; Bennett, I.; Gebhard, E.; Et al American Homes and Gardens Magazine, June 1906, Volume II, No. 6 - The Garden on the Estate of Arthur Little, Esq., Swampscott, MA
New York Munn & Company 1906 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall E.W. 
Pages 367 - 430. Many great black and white photos. Features: The Garden of the Estate of Arthur Little, Esq., Swampscott, MA; Notable American Homes - "Pembroke," the Estate of Mrs. Charles Wheeler, Bryn Mawr, PA; Fashions in Wall Coverings; How a Pennsylvania Farmhouse was Transformed into a Beautiful Dwelling - Mrs. C.T. Schoen purchased a farm in the Rose Valley and called on Philadelphia architects Price and McLanahan to spruce things up; A Group of California Bungalows - Well Adapted for Eastern Requirements - 'Cottage' bungalow built for Seymour E. Locke, Esq., at Pasadena, CA, bungalow built for Tod Ford, Esq., at Pasadena, CA, Living-room in the bungalow of Mrs. D.H. Girouard at Atladena, CA; The Use of the Automobile in Town or Country; The Animals of Yellowstone Park; The Value of Summer Mulch; The (Daniel) Gantley House, at Athens, NY; The Preservation of Wild Flowers in the United States; Improvised Furniture at Little Cost; Old Time Wall Papers; The Veranda; One-page illustrated ad for Chickering & Sons Pianos; Fascinating half-page illustrated ad for the J.M. Martson & Co. and its hand and foot power circular saw; and more. Printed on glossy stock. From a bound volume. Lacking backstrip, otherwise complete and unmarked with moderate wear. Binding intact. A quality copy of this great vintage issue. 
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