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The Dearborn Independent, Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, April (Apr.) 3, 1926 - Will Palestine Ever Pay Its Board?, Aaron, S.F.; Johns, E.B.; Thompson, Huston; Perry, Armstrong; Barron, C.W.; Barton, William E.; MacConnell, Duncan; Finger, Charles J.; Aschemeier, C.R.; Robinson, Alan M.
1 Aaron, S.F.; Johns, E.B.; Thompson, Huston; Perry, Armstrong; Barron, C.W.; Barton, William E.; MacConnell, Duncan; Finger, Charles J.; Aschemeier, C.R.; Robinson, Alan M. The Dearborn Independent, Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, April (Apr.) 3, 1926 - Will Palestine Ever Pay Its Board?
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1926 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Clarke, W.W.; Graham, J.C.; Honore, Paul 
32 pages. Features: The Killers' Struggle to Exist - all animals wage unending war for mere right to live; Legislating in Secret Session - Budget Officer Rules United States and is not Answerable to the People - New Method of Neutralizing Congressional Government; Why (Woodrow) Wilson Disliked Reporters (part 2) - distaste for publicity developed into aversion for newspapermen through their boorish blunders; The Fallacies of Philanthropy - There are some glaring inconsistencies in organized charity - Is there a remedy?; Galli-Curci Swayed by Swedish Music - Prima Donna gives a wonderful interpretation of the writings of Emanuel Swedenborg; Mr. (Henry) Ford's Page; Editorial criticizes lax enforcement of prohibition law and includes list of names of people recently indicted, including Benjamin Gleeman, Harry Gelman, Morris Roisner, Nathan Bader, Samuel, Harris, Abe Ginsberg, Benjamin Weiss, Leon Gleckman, Harry Bernstein, Benjamin Gersonstein, Albert Haimowitz, James Silberstein, and more; Rev. John Roach Straton is heckled during his sermon criticizing actresses; Satirical piece entitled "No - Don't Let Them See It (the Bible)"; M. Pietri of the Finance Commission of the French Chamber claims Great Britain is in debt to France after WWI; Criticism of Mussolini who has confiscated the home of a journalist critical of him - in New York; Will Palestine Ever Pay Its Board? - fascinating photo-illustrated article on this land which 'For thirty years before the War, Baron Rothschild had diligently sought to encourage Jewish immigration'; Washington Irving's London Has Gone - the glamour of his descriptions persist, though the landmarks have vanished; The Voyage of the Victoria - Light on the Dark Ages (first of a series); Where the Buffalo Survives - Ravalli, Montana; The Gorilla at Home - This Anthropoid, usually very peaceable, is much maligned; Uncle Sam Smashes Dishes to Study Them - testing proves American dishes and glassware to be the best; Hong Kong brings in very stiff penalties for importing firearms; Dinshah P. Ghadiali appeals his conviction related to his scheme for curing all ills through 'attuned color waves'; Manipulating the King's English - brevity and lucidity are our best word-soldiers when there is a dress parade; Kodiak legend of Shliam Shoa; Piano Sheet music and dance information for song "The Ripple". Average wear. Center page loose but present. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Rod & Gun in Canada Magazine, December 1967, Albino, Joseph; Dickie, Francis; Nicholson, Henry P.; Wood, Kerry; Beck, Bertha; Carter, Dale; Ford, Ian G.
2 Albino, Joseph; Dickie, Francis; Nicholson, Henry P.; Wood, Kerry; Beck, Bertha; Carter, Dale; Ford, Ian G. Rod & Gun in Canada Magazine, December 1967
Montreal Rod & Gun Publishing Corporation 1967 First Edition Paperback Fair 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 
Features: Two Full Bags - a Yukon trip on 1962; The Devil's Horns; Clay Birds; Walleyes and Saugers; How to Mend a Snagged Net; The New Bird Dog; Photography for the Outdoorsman; Bear Hunt Only 99% Complete; and more. Somewhat above-average wear. A sound copy. 
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Collier's, The National Weekly Magazine, October 1, 1949 - Paul (Dreamboat) Douglas / Boater Bob Lane, Alexander, Holmes; Clark, Delbert; Ruark, Bob; Frank, Stanley; Frazier, George; Carter, Hodding; Wilson, Earl; Scott, William R.; Hawkins, John and Ward; Williams, Lawrence; Gardner, Erle Stanley; Snow, Enid Sims; Gilden, Bert K.
3 Alexander, Holmes; Clark, Delbert; Ruark, Bob; Frank, Stanley; Frazier, George; Carter, Hodding; Wilson, Earl; Scott, William R.; Hawkins, John and Ward; Williams, Lawrence; Gardner, Erle Stanley; Snow, Enid Sims; Gilden, Bert K. Collier's, The National Weekly Magazine, October 1, 1949 - Paul (Dreamboat) Douglas / Boater Bob Lane
Springfield, Ohio The Crowell-Collier Publishing Company 1949 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Kaufman, Joe; Fransioli, Thomas; Gilbert, Lionel; Mullin, Willard; Baumgartner, Warren; Morris, Nelson; Valentine, S.B.; Royle, Ralph; Brackett, Ward; Reusswig, William; Coster, Roger; Grohe, Glen; 
74 pages. Articles: Troubles of College Deans; The Germans Wait Only For a Leader - argues we must make a fresh start toward stopping the rise of old-line Nazis - with color photo of John J. McCloy, High Commissioner for U.S. Occupied Germany; Lover with a Ball Bat - actor Paul (Dreamboat) Douglas - article with colour photos of Douglas and Linda Darnell; Saturday Afternoon Meat Grinders; The Christian Science Monitor - Gentleman of the Press (part 2 of 3); Always Heading for Salt Water - Bob Lane has been making boats since he was five; Fabulous Jacques Fath - article and color photo of fashion's most talked about designer;. Fiction: Any Friend of Sam's; Man in the House; Where Else in the World?; The Case of the Negligent Nymph (part 3 of 6); The Black Pearl; Cat's Cradle. Nice vintage ads include: Springmaid Fabrics; Ipana toothpaste; Botany Sportswear (very attractive ad); Chevrolet trucks; Span (color photos); Borden mild products - featuring Elsie the Cow; Nunn-Bush shoes; Willys "Jeep" Station Wagon; Lucky Strike cigarettes (featuring LG. Griffin); Ford cars; General Motors - nice centerfold color ad featuring the GM proving ground near Milford, Michigan; Fisher Body; 2-page Dodge car ad; Great Northern Railway; Winthrop shoes; Schlitz beer; Awesome back cover colour ad for Chesterfield cigarettes features Glenn Ford, with inset illustration of tobacco farmer Herbert L. Lupo of Tabor City, N.C. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Maclean's Magazine, April 1, 1953 - Dalmations on Cover / Joseph Howe, Allen, R.; Berton, P.; Katz, S.; MacDonald, David; Dugan, James; Delaplante, D.; Harris, J.N.; Et al
4 Allen, R.; Berton, P.; Katz, S.; MacDonald, David; Dugan, James; Delaplante, D.; Harris, J.N.; Et al Maclean's Magazine, April 1, 1953 - Dalmations on Cover / Joseph Howe
Canada Maclean-Hunter 1953 First Edition Paperback Very Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Woods, Rex (cover art); Karsh; Cahen, Oscar 
84 pages. Features: The Very Reverend Hewlett Johnson, "Red Dean" of Canterbury, visits Canada; How to Fix a Horse Race - Swabby Swartz, thief turned mastermind, is caught at Fort Erie - article with many photos; The Shadow of the Duke of Windsor - part 2 of a series on the family in the palace by Pierre Berton; Karsh photographs Ottawa - including rare photo of Canadian Cabinet in session; The Bolshevik and the Wicked Witch, story by J.N. Harris - illustrated by Oscar Cahen; Where's the Money Coming From? - the Crisis in Education; Nova Scotia's Strangest Son - A Maclean's flashback to Joseph Howe; Never Never Trust a Bull, by Thomas Walsh - many Canadians are injured by bulls - the killer with the poets eyes; Soups You Can Cut with a Knife - with cartoon illustrations by Oscar Cahen, Duncan MacPherson, George Feyer, Desmond English, Peter Whalley, and William Winter; You Can't Beat Kelly's Bear Grease - Kelly Chamandy is Canada's leading distiller of bear grease and the country's only licensed butcher of bear meat, beaver meat, muskrat meat, and raccoon meat; Nice ad for Allis-Chalmers excavating equipment; Nice full-page colour ad for Ganong's chocolates; Nice GM of Canada ad says "12,176 pairs of hands work on every car and truck..."; 1953 Meteor car ad; 1953 Chevrolet ad; REO truck ad; Elegant full-page ad for the Packard automobile; GE Push-Button Range ad; 1953 Ford Monarch V-8 ad; Nice colour 1953 Studebaker ad inside back cover. Moderate wear. Clean and unmarked. A high-quality copy. 
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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, June 17, 1961 - Artist David Milne, Allen, Ralph; Baird, Vaughan L.; Hedlin, Ralph; Moon, Barbara; Sclanders, Ian; Newlands, Don; Gzowksi, Peter; MacDermot, Anne; Porter, McKenzie; Johnstone, Ken; Gordon, Donald
5 Allen, Ralph; Baird, Vaughan L.; Hedlin, Ralph; Moon, Barbara; Sclanders, Ian; Newlands, Don; Gzowksi, Peter; MacDermot, Anne; Porter, McKenzie; Johnstone, Ken; Gordon, Donald Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, June 17, 1961 - Artist David Milne
Canada Maclean Hunter 1961 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Allen, Ralph; Taconis, Kryn; Newlands, Don; McBride, Will; Stollery, Peter 
64 pages. Features: Great colour ad for the International Harvester compact pickup truck inside front cover; Nostalgic colour photo ad for Samsonite luggage featuring a 1950s auto; Full-page ad for the Bolex, the world's most precise 8-mm camera; Nice Chrysler ad; Great full-page colour photo ad for Pepsi features young lady leaning on the car door of a young man; Is Africa the Graveyard of the UN?; The kidnapping of Winnipeg Lawyer Vaughan Baird - in his own words; Genius in Hiding - Artist David Milne - article with photos and colour reproductions of two of the artist's paintings; What peacetime conscription is doing to the U.S.; A new kind of camera photographs the horseback view of a jockey - article with photos; Foster families teach sanity to the mentally ill; McKenzie Porter on Travel Agents; Return to Berlin - Ken and Elizabeth Johnstone escaped one jump of the Gestapo - now they return for another look - article with photos; Two-page colour photo ad for Ford of Canadashows their 1961 Ford Falcon Four-Door Sedan; Quebec bobby-soxers' home-grown idol, crooner Michel Louvain - photos and article; Nice colour ad for the Chevy Corvair Monzas - two- and four-door; Great colour full-page ad for the 1961 Pontiac Parisienne convertible; Short article on Avian Aircraft, Ltd. - former Avro Aero workers are now designing the Avian 2 / 180, the latest prototype of their 'car-plane'; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, December (Dec.) 14, 1964 -  Walter Homburger / The Christmas When Canadians Drove Into Ortona, Allen, T.J.; MacLennan, Hugh; Lower, A.R.M.; Gilmour, Clyde; Levy, Lillian; Dunwoody, Derm; Phillips, Alan
6 Allen, T.J.; MacLennan, Hugh; Lower, A.R.M.; Gilmour, Clyde; Levy, Lillian; Dunwoody, Derm; Phillips, Alan Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, December (Dec.) 14, 1964 - Walter Homburger / The Christmas When Canadians Drove Into Ortona
Montreal Maclean-Hunter 1964 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Parker, Lewis; Peterson, Roy; Johnson, Doug; 
66 pages. Features: Cover photo of lady curler; Carling Black Label ad inside front cover claims it is Canada's best-selling (international) beer and shows ship exporting it to the world; Stephen Lewis - boy socialist of the NDP who's giving the old-line parties lessons in winning elections - article with caricature; How Computers May Catch Bad Drivers Before They Smash Up; Since When Did the Truth Become More Dangerous Than Danger Itself? (Editorial); Will Wawa's gun-totin' Christians fight for peace in Tanganyika? - Leigh Coop and Canadian Lay Missioners; Vintage one-page colour ad for the 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible (blue) entitled "Economy Car of GT Racer?"; One-page colour ad for the 1965 Ford Falcon Futura Convertible (light blue); Kodak camera colour ad; Glorious one-page colour-photo ad for the 1965 Ford Lincoln Continental shows lady with grey car picking up her mail at end of her private road; Nice one-page colour-photo ad for Sheaffer pens; Today's Religion - article with photos of Rabbi Abraham L. Feinberg, Father Frank Stone and Dr. Ernest Marshall Howse; The Guns of Christmas - a story of two thousand Canadian soldiers and the most gory and gaudy Christmas week of their lives as they fought, hand-to-hand, it Ortona, Italy during WWII; Two Solitudes Revisited; Would Canada Be Better Off Without Quebec?; Walter Homburger - the modest merchant of music - article with nice one-page photo; Push a Button, Housework's Done!; Curling article with input from Lyall Dagg; Report from Utopia - Alan Phillips sizes up havens to escape to; One-page ad by the "Ontario Government Trade Crusade" encourages readers to buy Canadian-made toys; Publisher Gray Campbell of Sidney, B.C. - article with photo; Toronto entertainer Randy Martin's latest gimmick - a two-man standup comedy team in living black and white; "We're Wasting Our Money Trying to 'Help' Canada's Delinquent Teenagers"; Back cover colour-photo Coke ad features basket of beagle puppies; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Newsweek Magazine, February (Feb.), 1974 - The Exorcism Frenzy, Alpern, David N.; Lansner, Kermit; Woodward, Kenneth L.; Friedman, Milton; et al
7 Alpern, David N.; Lansner, Kermit; Woodward, Kenneth L.; Friedman, Milton; et al Newsweek Magazine, February (Feb.), 1974 - The Exorcism Frenzy
New York Newsweek, Inc. 1974 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 
100 pages. Features: Fantastic Chrysler/Plymouth color-photo 4-panel ad inside front cover features the Scamp, Valiant Brougham and Gold Duster; State of the President (Richard Nixon); Electronic Vision - research aims for artificial sight; Film "The Exorcist" leads to frenzy of interest in exorcisms; Pending coalminer strike in Britain; America's oil companies seen as villains in the energy squeeze; Dr. Thomas E. Deiker argues for gun control; Nice color-photo ad for the Ford Maverick; Watergate scandal - John Dean, H.R. Haldeman; Photo of President Nixon and family with Billy Graham; Illinois Democratic candidate Jimmy H. Martin; Murder of John Bambic in San Francisco; John Margulies steals art from his parents, Irwin and Paula; What Makes Syria Tick?; Communist Dissidents Ludvik Vaculik, Paul Goma, Wolf Biermann and Wladyslaw Bienkowski; Terror in Phnom Penh - Frenc Exodus; Eric Gairy of Grenada; Nice color ad for the Zenith Chromacolor II TV; Horrible photos of Sao Paulo highrise fire - with falling bodies; The Cooling of Fidel Castro; John F. Kennedy Jr. with Muhammad Ali; Color-photo GM centerfold ad features the memorable front grills of the 1974 Buick LeSabre, Pontiac grand Am, Oldsmobile Delta 88, Chevelle Laguna Type S-3 and Cadillac Coupe deVille Cabriolet; Bart Bradish has cerebral palsy; Chess article on Boris Spassky; Boxer Joe Frazier - The End of the Road; American Folk Art; Alice Roosevelt Longworth; Increasing demand for kosher meals on Western Airlines; The Devil - a durable personifcation of evil; Cover photo of priest holding crucifix in exorcism-mode; Robert Goulet is featured in a Lauder's Scotch ad; Milton Friedman writes about volunteer armed force; Sam Goldwyn, 1881-1974; Colorful photo ad for Inteerwoven socks features a smiling Al Hirt; The development of flywheel power - most likely to come with the Advanced Concept Train; Color photo at for Twist lemon menthol cigarettes on back cover; and much more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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Collier's, The National Weekly Magazine, September 10, 1949 - Communism vs. The Church, Anderson, Stanley; Small, Collie; Wechsberg, Joseph; Lader, Lawrence; Thomas, Bob; Wylie, Evan M.; Fay, Bill; Hail, Steve; Edwards, Charlotte; Chase, Bargaret; Maier, Howard; Hamilton, Donald; Aldrich, Bess Streeter
8 Anderson, Stanley; Small, Collie; Wechsberg, Joseph; Lader, Lawrence; Thomas, Bob; Wylie, Evan M.; Fay, Bill; Hail, Steve; Edwards, Charlotte; Chase, Bargaret; Maier, Howard; Hamilton, Donald; Aldrich, Bess Streeter Collier's, The National Weekly Magazine, September 10, 1949 - Communism vs. The Church
Springfield, Ohio The Crowell-Collier Publishing Company 1949 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Roberts, H. Armstrong; Knopf, Hans; Olsen, Herb; Monet, Dorothy; Pachner, William; Hawes, Charles; Darby, Eileen; Monroe, C.E. Jr.; Mawicke, Tran; Burns, George; Docktor, Irv S.; 
74 pages. Articles:.Stanley Anderson of Britain is Becoming An American; The Forty-Niners Listen in the Hills - Mining for Uranium - article with color photos; Unholy Crusade - Communism vs. the Church; Psycho Ward No. 3 - Boston Psychopathic; Young People in Theatre - John Barrymore, Jr.; No Business for Sissies - Henry Trefflich is the biggest wild-animal dealer in the U.S.; Star Without a Country - Tennis star Jaroslav Drobny; Great last page photo of a barn-raising bee with dozens of men at work. Fiction: renegade; The Sleeper; Give Me My Golden Arm; The Red Dog; Deadfall (part 2 of 3); The Heirs. Includes these nice vintage ads: Studebaker Trucks; Hamilton watches; Zenith tvs; Ansco camera film; Porto-Ped shoes; Chevrolet cars; Hickok men's fashion accessories; Plymouth cars; Pabst Blue Ribbon beer - with nice colour photo of "Hap" Arnold and his wife; Ford car-safety contest (centerfold); Budweiser; Camel cigarettes (back cover) featuring Olympic swimmer Jeanne Wilson. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Weekend Magazine, 29 October 1977 - Jimmy Carter Cover Photo, Angelo, Bonnie; Mason, Ray; Lauder, Scott; Christie, Agatha
9 Angelo, Bonnie; Mason, Ray; Lauder, Scott; Christie, Agatha Weekend Magazine, 29 October 1977 - Jimmy Carter Cover Photo
Canada The Whig-Standard 1968 First Edition Paperback Very Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Hawkins, Ken 
32 pages. Features: A review of Jimmy Carter's first year as President of the US - with photos; Haute Punk - Punk clothing has made its way from low life to high fashion; Nice four-page colour photo ads for the new 1978 line of cars; Cemeteries are now being designed to serve the living - with great colour photos of the gravesites of many famous Canadians; Great four-page colour ad feature of the lineup of Ford Mercury cars for 1978; Murderers are Wicked - article by Agatha Christie; and more. Light wear. Unmarked. A nice vintage copy. 
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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, December 1, 1941 - Special Army Number/E.J. Hughes Art, Annett, A.R.; Winslow, S.; Gilman, M.; Reyburn, W.; Reed, Douglas; Baxter, B.; Edwards, F.; Craig, L.; Holmes, G.; Ashbery, H.; Campbell, H.
10 Annett, A.R.; Winslow, S.; Gilman, M.; Reyburn, W.; Reed, Douglas; Baxter, B.; Edwards, F.; Craig, L.; Holmes, G.; Ashbery, H.; Campbell, H. Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, December 1, 1941 - Special Army Number/E.J. Hughes Art
Toronto The Maclean Publishing Company 1941 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio Sampson, J.E. (Cover); Hughes, E.J.; Ellis, John; Eldridge, Harold; Casson, A.J.; Kemp, Jim; Beaven, Frank; Brown, Bo 
80 pages. Features: Cover illustration of General Officer Commanding Canadian Corps - Lieutenant-General A.G.L. McNaughton; Great colour-photo ad for International Trucks inside front cover features fire-fighters for the air fighters of the R.C.A.F.; Rare one-page black and white photo ad for Moffats Limited shows their employees involved in WWII-related activities; One-page Westinghouse Radio ad features their Strategic War Map and the title "God bless you - Canada!"; Over There - McNaughton's boys are now in fine battle shape and spoiling for a fight - article with photos; Douglas Reed explains that Britain's armed forces are ready to begin jabbing the enemy; ; Good-by, Baby - ware-related fiction; Beverley Baxter describes his return from Spain to the blackouts of Britain; Photo-illustrated article on the work of Tank Crews; Article on Canadian Defense Minister the Hon. J.L. Ralston; Sneak Preview - fiction by Mildred Gilman and Seymour Winslow; Nice one-page black and white photo ad for Dodge Trucks features a snub-nosed lumber hauler; Travelling Oasis - Military fiction in Libya by Major Gerald Oscar Holmes; One-page black and white ad for Dodge cars, featuring the Special DeLuxe; One-page black and white RCA Victor ad features illustration of tanks and planes, below which is a small illustration of Winston Churchill; One-page black and white ad for the Chrysler Royal - with fluid drive; One-page letter from Frigidaire asking consumers to hold back their purchases and invest their money in War Savings Certificates (Bonds); Two-page black and white Ford Motor Company of Canada ad displays the military vehicles they are manufacturing for the war effort; One-page black and white Plymouth car ad; Nice one-page black and white Fargo Truck ad shows tractor trailor hauling steel I-beams; (Canadian) Soldier Artists Record War Effort - E.J. Hughes, O.N. Fisher and Chas. Scott; Canadian General Electric one-page black and white ad features their appliances in a Christmas gift /war savings certificate theme; This Man's Army - fantastic black and white photo feature shows Canada's troops in the many phases of their basic and advanced training; The Canadian Corps in Theoretical Assault - intriguing two-page black and white aerial illustration depicts Nazi forces holding Toronto, surrounded by Canadian forces; Awarding of Medals - article on how this is done; Nice one-page colour military-themed ad for Longines watches; Fantastic colour Firestone ad features the many products they are contributing to the war effort; One-page colour reproduction of E.J. Hughes' painting "The Sergeants' Mess"; One-page black and white General Motors of Canada patriotic ad with small photos of army vehicle production line; Nice one-page two-colour (green and black) Chevrolet ad; One-page two colour (black and yellow) Goodyear military-themed tire ad; Photo fo Canadian soldier billeted in British home; Nice hald-page black and white photo ad for Craven "A" cigarettes which 'will not affect your throat'; Nice red and black one-page ad for Heinz Old-Time Baked Beans features happy multi-generational supper scene; Meals en Masse - article on preparing food for an army, Canada's Army; Lovely colour-photo ad for Palmolive Soap inside back cover inludes Dr. Dafoe and the Dionne Quints; Nice bright colour back cover ad for Community Silverplate cutlery. Average wear. Unmarked. Staples pulling from covers but still attached. A very special issue due to it's substantial Canadian WWII content, highlighted by the artwork of E.J. Hughes. 
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Better Homes & Gardens Magazine, July, 1939, Volume 17, Number 11, Armin, Frances; Hersey, Jean; O'Brien, Harry R.; Albright, Rachel; MacKenzie, Ann; et al
11 Armin, Frances; Hersey, Jean; O'Brien, Harry R.; Albright, Rachel; MacKenzie, Ann; et al Better Homes & Gardens Magazine, July, 1939, Volume 17, Number 11
USA Meredith 1939 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Keppler, Victor (cover); 
70 pages. Features: Nice ad for Ford V-8 cars inside front cover shows scotty dog outside empty garage; Fascinating half-page ad shows a lead miner and extolls the benefits of lead paint; Nice color ad for Kellogg's Rice Krispies; Seven Keys to Cape Cod; New Yorkers DO Garden; Biennials Stage the Greatest Show of All; Cool Little Touches - how to give that cool and summery feel to your rooms; It's more fun to play at home; July indoor and outdoor gardening guides; Nice color-photo ad for Campbell's soups; Cook Hot, Keep Cool; *Charming* one-page colour ad for Certo features May Robson who says "I'm An Old Hand at Jelly-Making"; Down with Chaperons - and up with parental guidance; Nice one-page color ad for Heinz soup shows artist at work; Half-page two-color ad for Spam; Nice 2-color half-page ad for Libby's fancy tomato juice; Fantastic one-page color ad for Chicken of the Sea and White Star tuna features magician; Wesson Oil ad features artist Meysa McMein; Fantastic one-page color ad for Chesterfied cigarettes features young lovelies in red, white and blue hats; Nice colour-photo one-page ad for Beautyrest mattresses; It Took Imagination - before and after photos and write-up of the makeover of "a wretch of a place"; Really nice color ad for Hellmann's mayonnaise inside back cover; Nice ad for Ralston shredded whole wheat on back cover features comic family the "Crabby Craigs" and an endorsement by Ida Bailey Allen.. 3" x 3" clippings from page 22, 23 and 27. Taped repair to page 14. Above-average wear. Covers loose but present. A worthy vintage copy. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, March (Mar.) 1938 - Mustafa Kemal Atatürk (part II) / Horseman Lieutenant W. Marshall Cleland, of the Governor General's Horse Guards, Atlee, B.; Colver, A.; Richards, C.; Bristol, E.; Kirkconnell, W.; Christie, Agatha; Phayre, I.; Cooper, P.
12 Atlee, B.; Colver, A.; Richards, C.; Bristol, E.; Kirkconnell, W.; Christie, Agatha; Phayre, I.; Cooper, P. National Home Monthly Magazine, March (Mar.) 1938 - Mustafa Kemal Atatürk (part II) / Horseman Lieutenant W. Marshall Cleland, of the Governor General's Horse Guards
Winnipeg National Home Monthly / Stovel 1938 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Hunt, Lynn Bogue (cover); Smith, Ralph C.; Garland, C. George; Maltman, W.; Burke, MAy C.; Diamond, Samuel; Clymer, John F.; Diamond, Samuel 
68 pages. Features: Fantastic cover illustration of three large pink flamingoes; Cute illustration of boy and girl inside front cover with caption "Eat Fish!" in ad sponsored by the Government of Canada; Major editorial about CBC Radio; Brief news coverage of - Australia's 150th birthday, League or Anti-League, A Mediator's Difficulties (re: the League of Nations); Vintage one-page photo ad for the 1938 Dodge Custom Six, Four-Door Touring Sedan; The 3 Daughters of De Monaye (part 1); Listen to Your Heart (short story); Mustafa Kemal Atatürk - The 'Lone Wolf' who put modern Turkey on the Map (Part 2 of this photo-illustrated article); A Hook for Murder (short story); Cherry Amber (short story); The Tale of the Angus Bull (short story); The Murder on the Links (conclusion of this short story by Agatha Christie); Photo-illustrated article on Lieutenant W. Marshall Cleland, of the Governor General's Horse Guards; Nice one-page ad for the 1939 Oldsmobile - showing the Six Sedan with trunk and Six Coach with trunk; Woodbury Soap ad features photo of June Lang; Parker Vacumatic pen ad features photo of Dale Carnegie; Lux soap ad features photos of beautiful Merle Oberon; Movie news with photos of Shirley Temple, Chares Butterworth, Jane Withers and Errol Flynn; Pond's ad features photo of Mrs. Eugene Du Pont, III; Scott's Emulsion ad features Old Scottie comic; Sweet Caporal ad features photo of dog Pal of Kezer, owned by 'Dickie' McMaster of Montreal; One-page ad for the 1938 Plymouth De Luxe Four-Door Sedan; Article on child-rearing; World Sayings; Nice colour Rinso and Lifebuoy ads inside back cover; Lovely 1938 Ford car ad on back cover features brown and silver cars - the V-8 Tudor and the De Luxe V-8 Fordor; and more. Moderate wear. Few faint pencil markings to front cover, otherwise unmarked. A sound copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
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Antique Automobile Magazine - Dedicated to the History of the Automobile, November-December, 1961, Ault, Charles A.; Et al
13 Ault, Charles A.; Et al Antique Automobile Magazine - Dedicated to the History of the Automobile, November-December, 1961
USA Antique Automobile Club of America, Inc. (AACA) 1961 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 
Features: Motoring in Miniature - using models to preserve automotive history; Hershey Fall Meet; Glidden Tour; Recounting a 1924 Cross Country Tour in a Model T; Cover Model T 1910 Ford Touring; National Fall Meet - Central Division; Early Glidden Tourist Eddie Richard Guest at AACA's Hershey National Meet; 1927 Martin Aerodynamic Auto Takes AACA Glidden Tour; A 1910 Thomas; H.H. Franklin's 1910 Air-Cooled Torpedo; Mister Brass - Tommy Protsman of Atlanta, Georgia; How to make your own chain sprockets; The Stainless Steel Fords; AACA Movies; How to Photograph Antique Cars; 1931 6 Cylinder CM Chrysler - National First Prize Winner owned by Gates Willard; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, February 25, 1946: Ickes Cover Photo, Auslander, Jospeh; et al
14 Auslander, Jospeh; et al Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, February 25, 1946: Ickes Cover Photo
USA Weekly Publications 1946 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 
100 pages. Features: Attractive one-page color ad for Dodge Trucks features bright yellow moving van; Seattle's worst earthquake in history; Mrs. Helen Douglas Mankin wins Atlanta's Negro vote; Color ad for General Tire features well-dressed lady with lots of luggage being helped by black porter; Classy color ad for the Farnsworth Television and radio Corporation; Two-page poem commemorates the first anniversary of the Iwo Jima battle; Canadian exposure of spy ring turns doubting eyes on Russia - major article with photo; Nice one-page ad for the Banff Springs Hotel; Attractive color ad for Ford cars features ski scene; Young UNO closes first session with hope, suspicion, and a veto; Photos of Francisco Franco; Field Marshal von Paulus; Sir Sholto Douglas; Photo of Mohammed Ali Jinnah; The bravest padre - Maj. John Weir Foote, Presbyterian chaplain of the Royal Hamilton Light Infantry is awarded the VC; Brief obituaries for Dr. William Allan Neilson, Cornelius Johnson and Adolph Lorenz; Army posters to help soldiers adapt to civilian life; Tuberculosis germ killer; Photo and article of artist Alberto Vargas; Nice color-photo ad for the Boeing Stratocruiser; American Cyanamid color ad shows smiling coal delivery man iun bomber jacket; Dr. Henry A. Jones experiments with onions; Uneasy Swedes wonder what future holds; Photos of the lightweight Bobbi car; Aerial photo of downtown Chicago promotes the area for industrial development; Hotel New Yorker ad features photo of John H. Sienold, Banquet Manager; Photos of American Cardinals; The Secret of "Huff-Duff" (radio direction finder) can be told - as part of ITT ad; Picasso of the Camera - Edward Weston; ad for Dr. Grabow pipes; and more. Covers holding by one staple. Average wear and soiling. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Collier's - The National Weekly Magazine, April 23, 1949 - The Dionne Quints, Bankhead, Tallulah; Graziano, Rocky; Bernstein, Walter; Lehman, Milton; Carlisle, Madelyn and Norman; Munro, Keith; Davidson, Bill; Grubb; Dave; Coons, Hannibal; Lull, Roderick; Horwitt, Arnold B.; Beauchamp, D.D.; Yerby, Frank
15 Bankhead, Tallulah; Graziano, Rocky; Bernstein, Walter; Lehman, Milton; Carlisle, Madelyn and Norman; Munro, Keith; Davidson, Bill; Grubb; Dave; Coons, Hannibal; Lull, Roderick; Horwitt, Arnold B.; Beauchamp, D.D.; Yerby, Frank Collier's - The National Weekly Magazine, April 23, 1949 - The Dionne Quints
Springfield, Ohio Crowell-Collier Publishing Company 1949 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Conner, Mac; Willis, Fritz; Keagle, Robert T.; Brackett, Ward; Irvin, Fred; Cowan, Jack; Oehmen, Len 
94 pages Features: My Friend Ethel Barrymore; Trouble is My Middle Name - Rocky Graziano Story (part 3 of 3); Why You Haven't got a House; Thrill Pills Can Ruin You - Barbituates; The Strange Case of the Dionne Quints - article with great photos of the 15-year-old girls; Fox of the Indies - Matthew Fox on the prowl in Indonesia. Fiction: The Lollipop Tree; Arabella and the Susquehanna; A Wife Walks Out; For Every Man There's a Woman; The Rain Maker; Pride's Castle (part 6 of 8). Includes these ads: a great colour one-page ad for Zenith radios, Packard cars, RCA Victor radios, Ford cars, Oldsmobile cars, Chesterfield cigarettes - two-page color photo ad featuring Lou Boudreau, Ben Hogan, Joe Di Maggio, Jack Kramer and Frankie Albert, Hudson cars, Santa Fe Railroad, The Douglas Super DC-3, Monarch Coffee, and a back cover colour photo ad for Camel cigarettes featuring pool players Willie Mosconi and Willie Hoppe. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, July 1934 - Travel for the Average Man / Modernizing Palestine, Barnes, N.; Smith, W.; Cunningham, L.; Hardy, H.; Battey, G Jr.; Shepstone, H.; Watson, R.
16 Barnes, N.; Smith, W.; Cunningham, L.; Hardy, H.; Battey, G Jr.; Shepstone, H.; Watson, R. National Home Monthly Magazine, July 1934 - Travel for the Average Man / Modernizing Palestine
Winnipeg National Home Monthly / Stovel 1934 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Thorne, Diana; Holmgren, John; Clymer, John F.; Matteson, B.V.V.; Hunter, Graham 
56 pages. Features: Colour Imperial (Oil) ad inside front cover features old-style gas pumps and bottled oil; Editorial topics include Preserving Balance, The Limit of Freedom, The Limit of Socialism, The Impasse, Adult Education, and Strong Medicine; Nice one-page ad for Waterman's pens features photo of artist Howard Chandler Christy; Travel for the Average Man - article which touches on the tough economic times of the day; Rain Before Seven (short story); Echo of Erin (short story); Modernizing the Land of the Master - great photo-illustrated article on Palestine; The Man Who Lived in Twilight (short story); The Native Returns - photo-illustrated article on Robert Watson's return to the place of his rural Scotland boyhood; One-page Pond's ad features photo of Mrs. Henry Field of Chicago; The Birth of a Novel (fiction); Nice one-page illustrated Ford car ad shows stylish coupe and traffic cop; Movie News includes photos of Margaret Sullavan, Douglas Montgomery, Rosemary Ames, W.C. Fields, Bing Crosby, Miriam Hopkins, Lionel Barrymore, Otto Kruger, Una Merkek, Harold Lloyd, Hugh Williams, Helen Twelvetrees, and more; Interesting one-page Lux ad features photo of gagged man; Palmolive ad includes photo of Gladys Swarthout; One-page ad features several Heinz food products; Two-page General Motors of canada ad says "Progress out of the Common Sense of Canadian Motorists"; Legal article; Investment news; Half-page Canadian National photo-ad features budget vacations in Eastern Canada; Cooking article; World Sayings; Chipso ad inside back cover includes colour photo of Mrs. R.L. Pine and her family, plus her black dishwasher Birdie (Bertha); and more. Above-average wear and soiling. Covers detached but present. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue. 
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Newsweek Magazine, August (Aug.) 10, 1981 - Japan's High-Tech Challenge, Barton, Clare Bishop; Axthelm, Pete; Greenfield, Meg; et al
17 Barton, Clare Bishop; Axthelm, Pete; Greenfield, Meg; et al Newsweek Magazine, August (Aug.) 10, 1981 - Japan's High-Tech Challenge
New York Newsweek 1982 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Kamifuku, Tom H. (Cover) 
72 pages. Features: Two-page color-photo ad for the Ford Series 10 tractor, "The World Tractor"; The Tuskegee Airmen Keep on Flying - the 99th Fighter Squadron and the 332nd Fighter Group and the 477th Bomber Group were the only all-black flying units organized by the US Air Force in WWII; Justice Rose Bird of the California Supreme Court; Reagan's War on Drugs - major article with photos, including George Bush Sr. leaning on bales of marijuana; Tax Bill politics in D.C.; A New Look at Child Labor; Jimmy Hoffa Legally Dead; Killenworth Mansion on Long Island - Soviet nest spying on local defense industries?; Bedford, IN - limestone capital of the world - Merle Edington and his Great Pyramid replica; Reagan's middle east peacemaker Philip Habib; Volkswagen Scirocco ad; Yassir Arafat - skilled in P.R.; Indira Gadhi's New Beginning; Vintage ad for Mattel Electronics' Intellivision "Starstrike" (Star Strike) video game; Peace shattered in Zimbabwe; Report from Tajikistan and the impact of the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan; Color photo of tennis player Hu Na; Elvis Costello - No More Mr. Bad Guy; The University of San Francisco drops its basketball program - The High Price of Cheating; William P. Tavoulareas and his libel suit against the Washington Post; Beware of Child Molesters - one of 10 youngsters is sexually abused each year; Japan's High-Tech Challenge - the Asian powerhouse launches an all-out push into computers, robots and other 'knowledge intensive' industries; How Computers Change Lives; Building a Superbrain; Japan's New Risk Takers; Here Come the Robots; From Tennessee to Tokyo - Americans prepare for Nissan's new truck plant in Smyrna, TN; Electronic Gadgets of the Future; Controversial use of animals in scientific research; The Disappearing Drive-In Movie Theater; Lloyd DeGrane and a flock of pink flamingos; Passing of: Harold R. Foster, Harold T. Sakata, Dan Seymour, Tatyana Grosman, Vladimir Kosma Zworykin, Jucille Parker Markey; Olympus camera ad with inset photo of model (Cheryl Tiegs?); Filming of "That Championship Season" in Scranton, PA; Back cover Barclay cigarette ad features photo of James Bond-style man in white tux; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A sound copy. 
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Landscape, Volume 25, Number 2, 1981, Bassett, Thomas J.; Seager, Joni; Rokeach, Barrie; Horowitz, Helen Lefkowitz; Nemeth, David; Ricciotti, Dominic; Todhunter, Rodger; Ford, Larry R.; griffin, Ernst
18 Bassett, Thomas J.; Seager, Joni; Rokeach, Barrie; Horowitz, Helen Lefkowitz; Nemeth, David; Ricciotti, Dominic; Todhunter, Rodger; Ford, Larry R.; griffin, Ernst Landscape, Volume 25, Number 2, 1981
Berkeley, CA, U.S.A. Landscape 1981 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 
48 pages. Features: Reaping on the Margins; - a century of community gardening in America; Push Over, Paradigm; Light Winds Aloft; Seeing Ourselves Through The Bars - A Historical Tour of American Zoos; 'Bright Yard' Maps from Cheju Island; Symbols and Monuments - Images of the Skyscraper in American Art; Banff and The Canadian National Park Idea; Chicano Park - Personalizing an Institutional Landscape. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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The Saturday Evening Post, November 20, 1948 - Iwo Jima Cost Too Much / Allah's Oil / Lexington, Kentucky, Bellah, James Warner; Teal, Val; Gilchrist, Eleanor; Anderson, William Ashley; Smith, Gen. Holland M. Smith; White, Leigh; et al
19 Bellah, James Warner; Teal, Val; Gilchrist, Eleanor; Anderson, William Ashley; Smith, Gen. Holland M. Smith; White, Leigh; et al The Saturday Evening Post, November 20, 1948 - Iwo Jima Cost Too Much / Allah's Oil / Lexington, Kentucky
USA Curtis 1948 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Falter, John (cover); Briggs, Austin; Sickles Noel; Dohanos, Stevan; Bundy, Gilbert; Rabut, Paul; Prins, Kimberly; 
196 pages. Features: Color ad for Kelvinator appliances inside front cover; Nice color 1-page ad for White Trucks features bakery scene; Nice color half-page ad for Bostitch Staplers features romantic cartoon; Vintage full-page two-color ad for Porter-Cable power tools; Very nice half-page color ad for Hires Root Beer shows girls' sleepover scene; Nice 1-page color Packard ad shows crosswalk scene; Photo of Cameron Shipp; Photo of Val Teal and two of her sons; 1-page color ad for Buxton wallets; Nice 1-page color ad for General Tire shows crowded football stadium; Murder for Millions (fiction); Allah's Oil (part 1) - a photo illustrated examination of what the US is doing to get its share of mid-east oil; Stage from Elkhorn (fiction); Color-photo illustrated feature article on Lexington, Kentucky; Holiday for Mother (fiction); The Europeans You Never Heard About - photo-illustrated article wherein Stewart Alsop presents a refreshing cast of characters; Football's Biggest Bargain - article and photos of Oregon's Willamette University; They Fight the Cold War Under Cover - photo-illustrated article presents the story of what our new cloak-and-dagger outfit the CIA, is doing to keep our secrets - and learn the secrets of other nations - with photof of the Director, Rear Admiral R.H. Hillenkoetter; A Husband's Rights (fiction); Iwo Jima Cost Too Much - part 3 of 'Howlin' Mad's Own Story - General Holland M. Smith asserts that naval 'expediency' needlessly increased our losses - with photos; In Quest of Peril (fiction); Baby Sitting is Big Business Now - photo illustrated article on this $750 million dollar business; The Land Where Whoppers Come - article and color photos on the Jan Joaquin Valley; The Parmelees - photo-illustrated article which tells the story of the Yankee family of Ernest Parmelee; Lovely color 1-page Campbell's Tomato Soup ad; Our Next Magic Metal? - photo-illustrated article on Titanium; Dishonored (fiction); 1-page color-photo Christmas ad for General Electric (GE) Electric Clocks; Nice color 1-page Pontiac ad features the DeLuxe Streamliner 2-Door Sedan and DeLuxe Streamliner 4-Door Sedan; 2-page ad for Philco entertainment products; Nice 1-page color ad for Birds Eye sliced peaches; Interesteing Smith-Corona ad includes photo of ladies assembling adding machines in their Groton, NY plant; Color 1-page ad for Mercury cars; Two-page color ad for Heinz Soups; Nice color 1-page ad for RCA Victor radios; Interesting photo-illustrated one-page ad for Aspirin includes photo of the new Bayer plant in Trenton, NJ; Color 1-page photo ad for Koroseal luggage shows black porter scrambling to pick up scattered luggage at curb; Fantastic color 2-page ad for Nash cars; Super color-photo 1-page ad for International Harvester industrial power features clear photo of a large diesel crawler dragging logs; Very nostalgic Boeing 1-page photo ad features close-up photo of a Stratocruiser on runway; Jeris Hair Tonic ad features photo of John Garfield; Armstrong's Industrial Insulations 1-page color ad features intriguing cut-away drawing of busy food terminal to illustrate the many applications of their products; Nice 1-page color ad for Wilson's Hams; *Gorgeous* 2-page color ad for the 1949 Buicks; Elsie the Cow is featured in a 1-page color ad for Borden's Cheeses; Nice 1-page ad for United Air Lines features photo portrait of Captain R.T. Freng; 2-page 2-color ad for U.S. Royal Tires; Esquire Socks 1-page color ad features beautiful ladies; Nice 1-page color ad for Westinghouse electric ranges; Uncommon 1-page ad for Columbia's new Long Playing Microgroove records which can play 45 minutes of music on a single record; 1-page ad for Anco 'Spot-Master' rear-view mirrors; Uncommon one-page ad for the new 1949 Green Renault car from France; Nice 1-page color ad for Ritz Crackers features Canapes; Harvey Marlowe of WPIX is featured in an ad for Edgeworth Pipe Tobacco; 1-page ad for Magnavox entertainment products; Excellent color-photo 1-page ad for Jeep vehicles - the photos show some of the unusual and handy jobs these vehicles can do; Very elegant color 1-page ad for Admiral entertainment products; Nice half-page color ad for Acme cowboy boots features children; Vintage Styron toys illustrated in half-page color ad for Dow Plastics; Nice 1-page color ad for Hotpoint automatic electric ranges; Nice color half-page ad for Woolmaster outer wear; Nice color 1-page ad for the Pennsylvania Railroad illustrates several facets of their business; Attractive color half-page Canada Dry ad; Fashionable 1-page color ad for Hart Schaffner & Marx coats shows ladies admiring gent from train window; Color half-page ad for Bantamac jackets; Very nice 1-page color ad for the Union Pacific Railroad's Streamliner 'City of Los Angeles'; Nice 1-page Chase & Sanborn color coffee ad; Vintage colorful one-page ad for Trailways Bus Lines; Nice 1-page color ad for Libbey-Owens-Ford Plate Glass shows early installation of this product at Hieb's Tailro Shop in New Albany; Hallicrafters half-page 2-color ad; Waltham watch 1-page color-photo ad; Weed V Bar Tire Chain 1-page 2-color ad shows native trapper examining a tire track; Nice Camel cigarette ad on back cover shows lots of glamorous people smoking. Moderate wear. A quality vintage copy. 
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The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, August (Aug.) 21, 1926 -  The Women of Mexico Awake, Benson, Allan L.; Collins, Joseph; Welliver, J.C.; Barton, William E.; Cameron, Charles D.; Finger, Charles J.; Bowyer, Helen; MacDonald, Paul; barker, S. Omar; Howe, J. Olin; Faris, J.T.
20 Benson, Allan L.; Collins, Joseph; Welliver, J.C.; Barton, William E.; Cameron, Charles D.; Finger, Charles J.; Bowyer, Helen; MacDonald, Paul; barker, S. Omar; Howe, J. Olin; Faris, J.T. The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, August (Aug.) 21, 1926 - The Women of Mexico Awake
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1926 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Fitzgerald, W.O.; Honore, Paul; 
32 pages. Features: The Loneliest Man in New York - an intimate study of Frank A. Munsey by one of his former newspaper executives; Through the colored glasses of Freudism the doctor looks at Judy O'Grady and the Colonel's Lady - and decides that Freud should be repudiated; Building Good Roads by Gasoline - income from tolls, gas tax and licenses pays for U.S. roads; America's Scattered Children - the American flag flies in Alaska and more than halfway across the Pacific on thousands of islands; 'Bad English' is a Heritage from Olden Times - much of the grammar now classed as incorrect has come down to us by word of mouth from the time of Chaucer and before; Henry Ford's Page - understanding how the public mind moves from interest to disinterest; Editorials - the defeat of Mrs. Ferguson in Texas was actually a repudiation of her husband, Jim Ferguson, corn is a huge commodity, taxes hurt the British whisky-making industry; Voyage of the Victoria - The Passage of the Strait (part 9); The Women of Mexico Awake - they claim freedom which their American sisters enjoy; Pity the Poor Baseball Scout! - he deals in human ivory; Phoning in the Woods - photo-illustrated article on phone lines serving fire-fighting Forest Rangers in Montana; Chats with Office Callers - New Yorker article explains how for three times in a row the writer attended church, only to witness the uplifting of those of another religion; Rare Americana in a Unique Setting - the American wing of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York; Some Vanished Towns of Kansas - cities that died before they had lived/State Capital which could not be found; Interesting tree photos inside back cover. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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