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The Saturday Evening Post, August (Aug.) 23, 1958 -  Maj. Gen. David Wade is the Air Force's First Missile-Division Commander, De Meyer, J.; Cave, H.; Chamberlain, W.; Annett, R.; Gibson, A.; O'Donnell, J.; Perkins, J.; Ford, C.; Johnson, R.; Tunley, R.; Albrand, M.; Lanham, E.
1 De Meyer, J.; Cave, H.; Chamberlain, W.; Annett, R.; Gibson, A.; O'Donnell, J.; Perkins, J.; Ford, C.; Johnson, R.; Tunley, R.; Albrand, M.; Lanham, E. The Saturday Evening Post, August (Aug.) 23, 1958 - Maj. Gen. David Wade is the Air Force's First Missile-Division Commander
USA Curtis 1958 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Utz, Thornton (cover); Buckham, Lynn; Sewell, Amos; Riley, Ken 
92 pages. Short Stories: The Marriage Question; Mob Victim; Bagpipe Brigade; Joe's Secret PLan. Articles: I Wanted to be Somebody (part 1 of 3) - great photo-illustrated article on Althea Gibson, the world's greateset woman tennis player; The Face of America - lovely two-page color photo of family meal in restaurant; I Was a Compulsive Gambler; Can Egypt's Nasser Take it All? - how far will the fiery leader go? - article with photos; Boss of the MIssilemen; She Made it the Second Time - great photo-illustrated article on Mitzi Gaynor; He Runs a Bird College - Dr. Paul Fluck. Serials: A Day in Monte Carlo (part 4 of 6); I Married Murder (part 7 of 8). Ads: Philco Slender Sevenmteen TV (inside front cover); Two-pages for Smith-Corona typewriters; New "7" Car Wax ad features Bill Dec of Huntington, N.Y. and photos of Ford Woody Wagon; Gleem toothpaste; Campbell's Chicken Noodle Soup; Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Ravioli - with Italian sailboat photo backdrop; Simmons couches; Special K; Motorola TVs (house-moving scene); Squirt soft drink; Mutuals of Wausau ad features Robert L. Cohen of Navajo Freight Lines in Denver; Mayo Spruce Underwear ad features father and son photo of Del Crandall, catcher of the Milwaukee Braves; Allied Van Lines ad features kittens; Eaton truck axle ad features driver Jess Howard and Joe Swartz, VP of East Coast Fisheries of Miami; Seiberling Tires; Zenith 'Space Command' remote control TV tuning. Back cover missing. Above-average wear. Two pieces of masking tape along coverfold. A worthy vintage copy. 
Price: 69.95 USD
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The Wide World Magazine for Men, April 1916, No. 216, Vol. 36 -  Two Young Americans in Japan and Korea, Freeman, L.R.; Abraham, G.D.; Smith, A.E.; Lee, J.A.; Chown, E.; Besley, J.C.; Fletcher, A.C.B.; Shepstone, H.J.; Russan, A.; Keene, H.L.R.; Lewis, F.;
2 Freeman, L.R.; Abraham, G.D.; Smith, A.E.; Lee, J.A.; Chown, E.; Besley, J.C.; Fletcher, A.C.B.; Shepstone, H.J.; Russan, A.; Keene, H.L.R.; Lewis, F.; The Wide World Magazine for Men, April 1916, No. 216, Vol. 36 - Two Young Americans in Japan and Korea
London George Newnes 1916 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Somerfield, Thomas; Hodgson, E.S.; Wood, S.L.; Evison, G.H.; Wigfull, W.E.; Leist, F. 
Pages 482-576 + 30 pages of ads. Features: The "Brides" Special - when Swiss girls were regularly shipped to southern Chile to marry ranchers; Winter-Sport Mountaineering - how to avoid its dangers - article with photos; The Wreck of the 'County of Anglesea' - fight for the life of a capsized ship; Wanderings in Northern Persia - II - article with first-ever published photos of Kelat-i-Nadiri, the Gibraltar of Persia, and many other photos; A Fiery Ordeal - surviving a 1904 volcano on Mount Kloet on the island of Java; Down the Amazon from Source to Mouth, part VII; From Job to Job Around the World, Part II - fantastic travelogue of two young Americans in Japan and Korea with wonderful photos; The Saving Shadow - Rev. Wm. F. Rigge of the Creighton University Observatory uses shadows to help acquit a man facing serious charges; A Motor-Boat in Mexico - the villagers had never seen anything like it;; The Marchwood Ghost Mystery - A Highland Regiment soldier committed suicide in 1885 and his ghost was supposed to haunt the sentry's beat;;"The Heathen Chinee" - principally concerned with the Chinaman's attitude towards railways - also tells some quaint stories about the 'spirits of wind and water' which rule his actions during and after his life - article with great photos, especially all the Chinese aboard a Shanghai-Nanking Railway engine they had fled only a week before; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A sound vintage copy. 
Price: 249.95 USD
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Maclean's Magazine, June 15, 1951 - Haig-Brown Feature and "If The Russians Attack Canada", Haig-Brown, Roderick; et al
3 Haig-Brown, Roderick; et al Maclean's Magazine, June 15, 1951 - Haig-Brown Feature and "If The Russians Attack Canada"
Toronto Maclean Hunter / Key Publishers 1951 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Winter, William (Cover) 
Cover Painting by William Winter shows a joyous last day of school. Features: Colour photo Studebaker Commander V-8 ad inside front cover; Nice colour ad for George Weston Limited shows bride-to-be with family; Spyglass on Sweden - the Welfare State; If the Russians Attack Canada - article with photos and interesting map of likeliest Canadian targets; Wide Open, Excellency, by Lesley Holmes; How the Stock Crooks Operate, by Fred Bodsworth - how the 'blower boys' peddle worthless stocks via long-distance phone; The Long Ordeal of Mrs. Tak Sook Kyun - the Korean War has taken her home near the Manchrian border, her husband, her baby, and tossed her up like driftwood on the crowded Pusan hills - article by Pierre Berton with sad photos; Banff - a paradise for Sultans and Stenos - article with great colour photos; The Ups and Downs of Alan Young - originally from West Vancouver, he fought his way to the top in radio and movies; What it's Like to Live in the Dark - Larry Bartlett was blinded by a German shell; Boswell of the Brooks - Writer Roderick Haig-Brown milks a cow every day and gets called "Your Worship" - article with photos; The Secret Behind The Fiery Phantom that Sails Bay Chaleur; Nice colour illustrated ad for Allis-Chalmers Rumely, Ltd showing a grader levelling a country road; Attractive colour ad for the Hillman Minx Convertible; Colour illustrated Coke centerfold shows store display and picnic lunch packed and ready to eat; Colour Chevrolet ad featuring a 2-door Bel Air; Nice colour photo ad for Snyder's Fine Furniture; Colour illustrated ad for the Ford Custom Deluxe Convertible; Nice 2-colour ad for the Austin A-40 Devon auto; Nice colour Parker Pen ad inside back cover features endorsement by Mazo De La Roche; Colour Margene ad on back cover. Average wear. Unmarked. Address label atop front cover. A sound copy of this particularly wonderful issue. 
Price: 399.95 USD
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Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, June 11, 1955 - Alys Robi / Osmond Kendall and His Electronic Music / World's First Dog Psychiatrist, Katz, S.; Berrill, Norman J.; Johnstone, Ken; Phillips, Alan; Rosenfeld, Max; Creighton, Norman; Sangster, Dorothy; Cummings, Parke; Bodsworth, F.; Kornbluth, C.M.; Et al
4 Katz, S.; Berrill, Norman J.; Johnstone, Ken; Phillips, Alan; Rosenfeld, Max; Creighton, Norman; Sangster, Dorothy; Cummings, Parke; Bodsworth, F.; Kornbluth, C.M.; Et al Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, June 11, 1955 - Alys Robi / Osmond Kendall and His Electronic Music / World's First Dog Psychiatrist
Montreal Maclean Hunter 1955 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Hill, James (Cover Art); Grassick; Anderson, Don; Feyer, George 
104 pages. Features: Nice cover illustration of blessing of the Cod fleet at Caraquet, New Brunswick; Lovely nostalgic one-page colour-photo ad for Weston's cookies features young lady sitting in Muskoka chair; London Letter - Why the Germans Don't Want a New Army; Fantastic one-page colour Popsicle ad features their $100,000 contest prizes and small inset photo of "Pinky Lee"; The Canadian Bank of Commerce half-page colour-photo ad features fashion show scene; One-page colour ad for 1955 Dodge cars features two yellow and black cars; Report on Eating - the dramatic changes in our eating habits in a single generation - article with great colour photos including Billy O'Connor, Austin Willis, Elaine Grande and Joan Fairfax; Are We Eating Too Much?; How Long Can the Earth Keep Us Eating? - article with amazing photos of child surrounded by thousands of pounds of the various food products she will eat in the course of a 70 year life; The Courageous Comeback of fiery Quebec chanteuse Alys Robi as she recovers from mental illness - photo-illustrated article; Osmond Kendall's Marvelous Music Machine - with the magic of electrons this inventive Canadian composes piano concertos and turns doodles ino the sounds of an eighty-piece orchestra - fantastic photo-illustrated article; The Lawyer Who Never Wins a Case - Crown Prosecutor Henry Bull QC - photo-illustrated article; The Great Herring Mystery - scientists attempt to discover where Atlantic herring vanish to, and why, once the herring run ends - photo-illustrated article; Not This August (conclusion of this story); The World's First Dog Psychiatrist - Alva McColl - photo-illustrated article; We're Off to Mars; The Best Way to Take a Holiday - Photo-illustrated article explains how Fred Bosworth's family of five camps for $2.08 a day each - cheaper than living at home; Nice one-page colour ad for the Meteor Rideau 4-door town sedan (aqua and white); Colour one-page Samsonite luggage ad features couple boarding train; Vintage one-page colour ad for Leonard home appliances; Classy one-page colour Chrysler ad features two-tone purple 250 hp New Yorker DeLuxe St. Regis; Colour ad for Christie's Digestive Biscuits; Colour ad for General Motors Locomotives; Colour Chevrolet ad features yellow 1955 Bel Air convertible; Wildroot Cream-Oil Hair Tonic ad features Fearless Fosdick comic; Nice colour-photo ad for Heinz baby food; Vintage colour ad for Thermos vacuum bottles; Nice one-page ad for 1955 GMC trucks; Jantzen fashion ad features tartan shorts for him and her; Colour-photo ad for CNR passenger rail features charming scenes on-board of well-dressed passengers; Barrett Company photo ad features D.A. Boem of Boem Construction, Order Clerk Peter Englholm and Frank Hartshorne; Nice BOAC ad features their Coronet double-deck stratocruiser service Montreal to Britain; Labatt's ad features photo of warehouseman Richard Simpson of Downsview, Ontario at work; Great colour GWG ad inside back cover features man relaxing with ladies after cutting grass; Back cover Coke ad features colour photo of handsome trio beneath read and white umbrella; and more. Average wear. Numerous short openings along coverfold. Unmarked. A worthy copy of this nice vintage issue. 
Price: 299.95 USD
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Explorer's Journal, September 1979, Multiple Contributors
5 Multiple Contributors Explorer's Journal, September 1979
USA The Explorer's Club 1979 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Fiery Vesuvius; The Peregrine Falcon's Return; Marine Chart Revisions Urged; In the Wake of Typhoon Pamela - survey of the effect on the Guan Reefs; Offshore Migration of Land Birds - Weather Fronts assist long-distance fliights; Meteors; Underwater Archeology - Photogrammetry of artifacts near Bimini; Native Iron in Western Greenland - discovery and interpreation; Semiotics; St. Lucia Expedition - to collect and photograph wildlife. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
Price: 79.95 USD
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Flamingo Magazine - Africa's Lively Family Magazine, Volume 10, No. 9, Multiple Contributors
6 Multiple Contributors Flamingo Magazine - Africa's Lively Family Magazine, Volume 10, No. 9
Lagos, Nigeria Flamingo Magazine, West African Bureau 1975 Pan-African and Ghana Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
47 pages. Undated. Circa 1970s. Features: Large colour photo centerfold of Yvette Amadi of Katanga; After a lifetime in politics fiery Chief Obafemi Awolowo quits public life for private legal practice - extensive article with many photos; Colour full-page ad for Tree Top fruit drinks; General Gowon pays tribute to Louis Armstrong aka Satchmo, the King of Jazz - photos and article; Jubilant Ibos choose a new Nigerian Obi for the 70's - Obi Akukalia Ofala Ogugua Okechukwu Okagbue (aka Ezenwata) - photos and article; The Smile that Changed the Face of Ghana's Police - Bawa Andani Yakubu's police career ends as he devotes himself to farming and his new post of Chief of the Gushegu - article and photos; The Dam at Adago - fiction by Taiwo Cole; Great colour full-page ad for Club mini beer featuring an attractive young lady in short skirt; Nice full-page colour ad for Guinness beer; Back cover colour photo ad for NKU Cream. Average wear. Complete and unmarked but for prior owner's name atop front cover. A sound copy of this great vintage issue. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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Harper's Bazar (Bazaar) Magazine, December 11, 1886 - A Repository of Fashion, Pleasure, and Instruction, Multiple Contributors
7 Multiple Contributors Harper's Bazar (Bazaar) Magazine, December 11, 1886 - A Repository of Fashion, Pleasure, and Instruction
New York Harper & Brothers 1886 First Edition Paperback Fair Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall 
20 pages. Contents: Winter Toilettes; Princesses at a Watering-Place; The Household Herald; Women and Men - every one that thirsteth; New York Fashions; Tapestry band for reclining chairs, etc.; background stitches for tapestry cushions ; fans and flowers for evening dress; Mrs. Burkes Pudding; The Woodlanders - continued; Family Living on $500 a Year - par XLVII; Some Christmas Suggestions; Sketches in Constantinople - text with illustrations; The Cocaine Habit - The Worst Slavery Known - New Revelations of Power; Nice centerfold illustration "Going to the Market in the Tropics" whows black man and woman on horseback; full-page illustration of "The Young Scion of the House of Alvarado on a Fiery Half-Broken Mustang; A Millionaire of Rough and Ready - continued; Knitted Chenille cape; Seal-skin wrap with beaver trimming; fur-trimmed mantle; Plain and plaid wool dress; India cashmere dress; A New Phase of Darwinism; humor. Above-average wear. Pattern included. 
Price: 79.95 USD
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Maclean's Magazine - February 15, 1958, Multiple Contributors
8 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine - February 15, 1958
Canada Maclean Hunter 1958 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
64 pages. Articles: A noted doctor talks about alcohol and tranquilizers; An album of amateur art; Canadian Theatre's Fiery Godmother - Dora Mavor Moore; Canada's last great train robbery - CPR No. 63; How Doug Harvey Loafed his way to Fame (Hockey); Around the World in 80 days... the hard way; How the Veterans are Fighting the Peace. Nice colour ads for: the 1958 Chrysler; General Electric 'Filter-Flo' Automatic Clothes Washer; Matinee Cigarettes; Oldsmobile Auto; '58 Dodge Auto; O'Keefe Ales. Average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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The New York Times Magazine, November 22, 1942 - The Pacific Sailor, Steinbeck, John; Long, Tania; Lawrence, W.H.; Gruening, Ernest; Landis, Millay, Edna; Et al
9 Steinbeck, John; Long, Tania; Lawrence, W.H.; Gruening, Ernest; Landis, Millay, Edna; Et al The New York Times Magazine, November 22, 1942 - The Pacific Sailor
USA The New York Times 1942 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall O'Connell, Joe 
40 pages. Features: Cover photo of naval gunners in action; Military photo-illustrated poem entitled Thanksgiving, 1942, by Edna St. Vincent Millay; Intimate Portrait of the Pacific Sailor - The Cock of the Walk; Fiery Frenchman General Henri Honore Giraud says "Always Attempt the Impossible!"; Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) and his mastery of the art of surprise has been vividlly shown in recent military events; Governor Ernest Gruening tells the story of the building of the great Alaska Highway; Great one-page color Navy recruiting ad with title "You Can Fight Best Where You Fit Best" offers free training in 49 trades; The CD (Civil Defense) Army swings into full action; The Nightmares That Haunt Germany; - appearance of an American army in Africa is one; "Our Best" - Our Fliers - John Steinbeck writes of a very special kind of man on that can be welded firmly into bomber teams; Beau Catchers - great fashion photos of ladies' hats; Article on Canada's Air Fighters, with photo of Wing Comdr. Douglas Bader; Soiling to covers. Unmarked. Average wear. Moderate age-toning to contents. A sound copy of this vintage WWII issue. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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Old West Magazine - Fall 1971, Wagner, Pat: Editor
10 Wagner, Pat: Editor Old West Magazine - Fall 1971
U.S.A. Western Publications Inc. 1971 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
72 pages. Features: The Fiery Finish of Spokane Falls; $10,000 Lost Post Hole Cache - W.J. (Uncle Jack) Wilkinson; The Gamel Gold - John W. Gamel, Kate Crosby Gamel; Red Dog and You Bet (California); Black Monday - Bill Lamb, William and George Hawks; Nine Against a Hundred - Colonel Benjamin H. Grierson, 10th Cavalry; Railroad Island - Frank Roy; Dead Man's Mine - Alexander McDonald; Cowboys and Cattleland - H.H. Halsell; Uncle Polkey Wins One - . Average wear. Unmarked. Sound copy. 
Price: 79.95 USD
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