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The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, August (Aug.) 8, 1942 - Shattered Sebastopol, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John;
1 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John; The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, August (Aug.) 8, 1942 - Shattered Sebastopol
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch, Ltd. 1942 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Bryan; Davis, G.H.; Turner, C.E.; De Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 141-168. Features: Cover photo of General Sir Alan Brooke and Lt.-Gen. Archibald Nye; Page of illustrations of decorations as worn in the United States Army and Navy; Two pages of illustrations of the Insignia of Rank of U.S. Army and Navy Personnel Compared with those of Equivalent British Officers; Photos of Dover's cliffs as seen from occupied France, and a close-up photo of Dover's cliffs , with black smoke in the distance where German shells are falling near Dover; Training and the Test of Battle - article with map entitled "The Therman Thrust to the Caucasus, and the Soviet's Grave Problem of Supplies; Five photos illustrate stout German concrete and steel fortifications along the French coast; Photos of 'Nazi Orgies of Destruction' - shattered Sebastopol and Tolstoy's desecrated shrine, at Ysnaya Polyana; Photos of the celebration of Norwegian King Haakon VII's 70th birthday - great parade in Hyde Park; Photo of captured German "E"-boat; Aerial photo of Dusseldorf after major R.A.F. bombing raid; Photo of 28 survivors of the torpedoed "Avila Star" after 20 days adrift, including two English girls of 18; Japanese landings at Kiska, Aleutian Islands; Amazing centrefold illustration of a British armoured division moving into action - a panoramic view which includes all its component units; B.B.C. Reconstructs Gigantic Raid of a thousand bombers over Germany - with nine interesting photos, including three of "Lancasters"; Photos of Ten personalities in this week's news include Dir Francis Young-Husband, Sir Charles Sargent, Dr. H.E.D. Blakiston; Sir Flinders Petrie; The Officers and Men, with Commander Miers, V.C., of the Submarine "Torbay" at Buckingham Palace; Queen chatting with Miss Tanner of the Canadian Red Cross; Great page of illustrations of the Sten Gun explain this new British machine gun in detail; The conversion of milk into powder; Great one-page photo of a huge 'Cyclone' dryer which separates water from skim milk; Two pages of text and photos of ancient Siwa, now occupied by Italians; nice vintage ads. This copy was never stapled. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A quality vintage copy. 
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Liberty - Canada's Largest Weekly Magazine, May 10, 1941 - Winston Churchill on the U-Boat Menace, Churchill, Winston; Rutledge, J.; Sanborn, R.; Lenz, S.; Hurley, D.; Phillips, C.; Ayling, K; White, S.; Perkins, G.; Lewis, F.; Hope, Bob; Maeterlinck; Low, Robert; Simon, Abe; Lewis, Mort
2 Churchill, Winston; Rutledge, J.; Sanborn, R.; Lenz, S.; Hurley, D.; Phillips, C.; Ayling, K; White, S.; Perkins, G.; Lewis, F.; Hope, Bob; Maeterlinck; Low, Robert; Simon, Abe; Lewis, Mort Liberty - Canada's Largest Weekly Magazine, May 10, 1941 - Winston Churchill on the U-Boat Menace
Toronto Liberty Weekly of Canada 1941 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Murphy, John (Cover); Schmitt, Felix; Rubin, Hy; LaSalle, Charles; Robard, Norman; Henry, Edwin; 
54 pages. Articles: The U-Boat Menace - by Winston Churchill; The Private Life of One of the Prettiest Things on Legs - Carol Bruce from Brooklyn; My Old Kentucky Horse - some gay indiscretions by Bob Hope; What a Young Woman's Love Means to an Old Man - Renee Dahon is 40 years younger than her husband Maurice Maeterlinck; I Saw War's Hell in the Mountains of Albania; I Fought Joe Lewis with One Hand - This Time I'll Win! - Jewish Boxer Abe Simon. Short Stories: I Love You and Good-bye; Mr. Winters and the $10,000 Baby; Dear Ol' Deadline; Painless Extraction. Serials: War Girl - Part II; The Unobstructed Universe - Life Beyond the Grave- Part 4; Footloose - part 6. Ads: Great photo ad for Canadian War Savings Certificates features photo of dozens of kilted troops on the march; Mutual Life of Canada; Pepsodent Tooth Powder; Castoria laxative; Cameo Cigarettes; All-Bran Cereal; Colgate's Ribbon Dental Cream; Mum sanitary napkins; Grape-Nuts; Nabisco Shredded Wheat; Stetson hats for men; Champion Spark Plugs; Sani-Flush; Nostalgic Three-colour back cover ad for Lifebuoy Soap. Nice cover illustration by John Murphy shows wealthy lady with mountain of luggage - and her exasperated porter. Average wear. Minor moisture exposure. A sound copy of this great vintage issue. 
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The Wide World  - The Magazine For Men, February (Feb.) 1915, No. 202, Vol. 34 - The Girl-Man / A Journey Into Arabistan, Daplyn, A.; Westland, A.; Wesley, W.; Torday, E.; Thomas, T.; Amy, L.; Pitt-Kethley, V.; Et al
3 Daplyn, A.; Westland, A.; Wesley, W.; Torday, E.; Thomas, T.; Amy, L.; Pitt-Kethley, V.; Et al The Wide World - The Magazine For Men, February (Feb.) 1915, No. 202, Vol. 34 - The Girl-Man / A Journey Into Arabistan
New York The International News Company 1915 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Somerfield, Thomas; Wood, Stanley L.; Gillett, Frank; McCormick, H.; Campbell, J.; Wigfull, W.E. 
Pages 294-388 pages plus 32 pages of great vintage ads. Features: The Captain's Baby - a respected officer of the Australian Steam Navigation Company takes a little urchin under his protection, leading to humorous difficulties; A Journey into Arabistan - photo-illustrated account of a journey through a little-known part of Persia; The Quest of the Peso-La-Ki - the romantic story of a hidden Western Navajo silver mine, sought for vainly by daring prospectors for over a century; Tight Corners (part II) - photo-illustrated adventures from West and Central Africa; The Girl-Man - a young woman aged 23 tires of an unhappy marriage and sinks her identity and sex to reappear as a man named Frank Duffy and wander the United States for three years - until she is discovered by a policeman and a court orders her to 'go back to the skirts'; Icebergs - interesting photo-illustrated article by Lacey Amy; Dodging Death - in Australia, Sydney Wright falls from a building under construction, only to be saved by landing on telegraph wires (per cover illustration); A wife on an Indian coffee plantation cures her husband of constantly 'talking shop'; Milly's Hobby; Europe's "Wild West" - photo-illustrated article on the great Hungarian Hortobagy; "The Doctor" - in Ceylon Gunner Duncan is tragically burned to death; Our Travels in Safari-Land (part III) - Mrs. Fred Maturin (Edith Cecil-Porch) describes her ambitious journey through British East Africa; The Missing Ship - in 1897 the American clipper T.F. Oakes and her crew were considered lost, but miraculously saved by the crew of the "Kasbek"; Interesting photo of the grave of a British Columbia Indian chief in a hit above stumps; Photo of a Burmese boy 'undergoing the operation of tattooing', with brief write-up; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A sound copy of this great vintage issue. 
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Canadian Geographical Journal, January 1971, Volume 82, No. 1 - Lonely Grave on Ellesmere Island / The Old Trail from Fort Carlton to the Prince Albert Settlement, Davies, Ivor G.; Friesen, Victor Carl; Kenney, G.I.; Ault, O.E.
4 Davies, Ivor G.; Friesen, Victor Carl; Kenney, G.I.; Ault, O.E. Canadian Geographical Journal, January 1971, Volume 82, No. 1 - Lonely Grave on Ellesmere Island / The Old Trail from Fort Carlton to the Prince Albert Settlement
Canada Royal Canadian Geographical Society 1971 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
80 pages. Features: The Mid-Canada Development Conference; The Old Trail from Fort Carlton to the Prince Albert settlement; Lonely grave on Ellesmere Island - Ove Braskerud; Discovering the Pacific. Wonderful color photo back page ad for CBC's "The National" with photos of Lloyd Robertson and George Finstad. Average wear. Binding intact. Trifling scribble on first page. A worthy reference copy. 
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WoodCuts (Wood Cuts) - A Woodworking Journal (Magazine), Summer 1993, Issue 8, Deak, Ed; Armstrong, Paul; Johnson, Anne; Houde, Lewis; Campbell, Bill; Wyllie, Bill; Vincent, Alex; Dunn, Robert; Farquharson, Chuck
5 Deak, Ed; Armstrong, Paul; Johnson, Anne; Houde, Lewis; Campbell, Bill; Wyllie, Bill; Vincent, Alex; Dunn, Robert; Farquharson, Chuck WoodCuts (Wood Cuts) - A Woodworking Journal (Magazine), Summer 1993, Issue 8
Canada Algrove Publishing 1993 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
40 pages. Features: Making the Classic Hollow Joint; Ellipses; Wrapping an Edge; Butternut Canker; A (Duck) Decoy for the Mantlepiece; Mobiles in Wood; Making a Silver Chest; Chip Carving; Drafting for Woodworkers; Woodcuts to stop publilshing; Why Leonard Bailey (of Bailey, Chany & Co.) is turning in his grave; Woodworking Incunabula; Wood Engraving is featured on back cover. Clean, bright and unmarked with light wear. A lovely copy of this fine Canadian woodworking publication. 
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True West Magazine: December 1972 - Special Treasure Issue, Green, Ford; Keuker, Clinton G.; Barkdull, Tom; Hawkins, Amos; Smillie, Jack; Murray, Tom G.; Richmond, Robert W.; White, Marjorie; Browne, Tom; Myers, Olevia E.; Moore, Jean Michael; Denio, Russ; Paul, Jan S.; Ryan, Tom K.
6 Green, Ford; Keuker, Clinton G.; Barkdull, Tom; Hawkins, Amos; Smillie, Jack; Murray, Tom G.; Richmond, Robert W.; White, Marjorie; Browne, Tom; Myers, Olevia E.; Moore, Jean Michael; Denio, Russ; Paul, Jan S.; Ryan, Tom K. True West Magazine: December 1972 - Special Treasure Issue
USA Western Publications Inc. 1972 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Lost loot of Monterrey - also known as the Davis Mountain Tresure and Skeleton Canyon Treasure; The Lone Ranger - an introduction to what went on behind the microphone of the radio show which introduced several generations to the Old West; A Prairie Town's Nameless Grave - little boy died of a broken heart in Elrod, South Dakota; I packed Al Morrow out of the Superstitions - the Lost Dutchman won again; The Philosophy of a Pioneer Lawman - certain rules of jurisdiction had to be bent a little; Last of the Burromen - Seldom Seen Slim; Gallows on the Treeless Plains - rail bridges used for hangings; Hawikuh - Coronado's city of gold turned out to be just an Indian village of stone - and arrows!; Slummukh's Lost Mine, 60 miles northeast of Vancouver, B.C.; Wolf Bait!; Crazy Klondike Business Schemes; Walking the Wall at the Idaho Penitentiary; Wild Old Days!; Did They Share the Goller Treasure? - Old Randsburg, California. Unmarked with average wear. Contents partially yellowed with age. A sound copy. 
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The Wide World Magazine, February 1944, Mandy, C.R.; Taylor, Carl N.; Walker, F.G.; Garnett, Colonel B.G.; Murphy, G.K.; Brennan, James; Clarke, G.; Hoskins, H.A.; Kenny, H.T.; Lyster, Joseph; Wright, Cassiter
7 Mandy, C.R.; Taylor, Carl N.; Walker, F.G.; Garnett, Colonel B.G.; Murphy, G.K.; Brennan, James; Clarke, G.; Hoskins, H.A.; Kenny, H.T.; Lyster, Joseph; Wright, Cassiter The Wide World Magazine, February 1944
London George Newnes, Ltd. 1944 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Pages 223-290 plus ads. Features: The Taxi-man's Revenge - officers shot at Prince Rupert, British Columbia Court House in 1937; The Miracle; The Shooter; The Man Who Waited - a story from Oto in southern Nigeria in 1911; Loot From Peking - an important ring and tablets circa the Boxer Rebellion; The Human Tiger; First Blood - an amusing tale from India; Burton's Boots; My Wife; The Clue of the Single Finger-print, Part II - the hold-up of the First National Bank at Lamar, Colorado, and its bloody aftermath; O-I-L - a story from the wilds of Patagonia; Diamond Cut Diamond - A Gold Coast mining struggle; The "Debbil-Debbil" Stone - what happened when the grave of a medicine man was unearthed; short article on the "Padley Martyrs" with photo; many nostalgic ads; and more. Covers present but detached as one. Bit of price sticker remnant on front cover. Unmarked. A quality vintage copy. 
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Hearst's International Magazine, November 1924, Vol. XLVI, No. 5 - Featuring "The Painted Veil" - an Exotic Novel By W. Somerset Maugham, Maugham, W. Somerset; Curwood, James Oliver; Glavis, L.; Beech, R.; Wiley, H.; Kipling, Rudyard; et al
8 Maugham, W. Somerset; Curwood, James Oliver; Glavis, L.; Beech, R.; Wiley, H.; Kipling, Rudyard; et al Hearst's International Magazine, November 1924, Vol. XLVI, No. 5 - Featuring "The Painted Veil" - an Exotic Novel By W. Somerset Maugham
New York International Publications, Inc. 1924 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Benda, W.T. (Wladyslaw Theodor): Cover; Phillips, Coles; Allen, James E.; Stoops, Herbert M.; Louderback, Walt; McGurk, J.W.; Cornwell, Dean; Schabelitz, R.F.; Powers, Tom; De Meyer, Baron; Frantz, Marshall; Barton, R.; Wilford, L.F.; McCutcheon, J.;Et al 
162 pages. Features: Gorgeous cover illustration of ravishing redhead by W.T. Benda; Glorious color-illustrated ad for Holeproof Hosiery inside front cover features young lovely upon floral background (artist Coles Phillips); Nice Victrola ad features photos of Lashanska, Toscanini and Morini; One-page ad for the Improved Hudson Coach (car); One-page Hupmobile ad features their clutch release bearing (Hupp Motor Car Corporation); The Painted Veil; Photo-illustrated article on why Canada is giving up on Prohibition; Frenchy (love story of an underdog); Photo-illustrated article on Queen Marie of Roumania (Romania) - the woman who gets her own way; Irvin Cobb's Pet Aversion - Bores; Photo portrait of Dr. Harvey W. Wiley with his article "The Way to Live to a Ripe Old Age is to Forget It"; The Good that is in the Worst of Us - South Seas fiction; Photo-illustrated article by Burton Rascoe "My Wife and I Have Become Great Friends"; Love at First Sight (fiction); "When I Knew Everything" - autobiographical article by Sir Philip Gibbs - with large photo portrait of author; The Ancient Highway (romantic novel - continued)); Everyone should be a millionaire for a day; Thy Neighbor's Wife; Why Put Out the Eyes of Your Army? - provides a look over the shoulder of the Commander of the Air Forces of the U.S. and his own estimate of a grave situation - tells how airmen make rain on dry days and wipe out locusts and boll-weevils - with photo of smoke screen between New York's Battery and Governor's Island; A Devil Among the Women (short story); A Bachelor's Advice to Parents; South of the Rio Grande (fiction); An Innocent Husband (fiction); Photo-illustrated article by Charles G. Norris " Why I Had to Succeed"; The Wish House (fiction by Rudyard Kipling); Ed Howe (now age 71) describes "Petting Parties in My Youth"; Lovely one-page red and black Campbell's Vegetable Soup ad; Nice one-page orange and black illustrated ad for Parker Duofold pens; Intriguing one-page Listerine ad entitled "Are the Chinese Smarter Than You Are?"; Madame X Girdle ad; One-page photo-ad for Fleischmann's Yeast; Lovely color-illustrated ad for Fairy Soap inside back cover features lady in bath with towel; Color back cover ad for Community Plate features illustration of young lady in orange gown - illustrated by Coles Phillips. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. Three-inch opening between front cover and base of spine. A quality complete copy of this magnificent vintage issue. 
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Medieval History Magazine - The First Magazine Devoted to the Medieval Era: Issue 2 (Two), October 2003 - The True Extent of the Medieval World, Morecroft, L.; Walton, Chris; DeVries, Kelly; et al
9 Morecroft, L.; Walton, Chris; DeVries, Kelly; et al Medieval History Magazine - The First Magazine Devoted to the Medieval Era: Issue 2 (Two), October 2003 - The True Extent of the Medieval World
U.K. Harnois / Royal Armouries 2003 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
82 pages. Features: The True Extent of the Medieval World - East to West; Love in a Cold Climate; In Search of Raedwald's Grave; Lift the Lid on Medieval Cookery; The Battle of Nicopolis;Chinggis Khaan - Son of Heaven; The Walls of Constantinople; Strengleikar - Norwegian tranlsations of French Romances; The Medieval Sources of Place Names; and more. Moderate wear. A sound copy. 
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Frontier Times Magazine: May 1973, Mulltiple Contributors
10 Mulltiple Contributors Frontier Times Magazine: May 1973
USA Western Publications Inc. 1973 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Are the Peralta Stone Maps a Hoax?; Old Betsy - queen of the Kansas Southern and Gulf Railroad; The West Wind Blows - stagecoach loot cached on the Conejos; The Man who put Nebraska in the shade - more than one million trees planted on 10 April, 1872 - the beginning of Arbor Day; Too much gold talk will get you killed - 40 wagons rolled through West Texas from the goldfields of California; The grave on the hill west of Laramie - Clement S. Bengough; Blue - a family's horse; Northern Minnesota's Gold Rush - a state geologist who falsely claimed that in 1865 he had found high-grade ore near Lake Vermillion unknowingly influenced the outcome of World War I!; Bare fist fighter James 'Yankee' Sullivan; Frontier foods and cookery; and more. Clean, bright and unmarked with very light wear. Nice copy. 
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Explorer's Journal, September 1986, Multiple Contributors
11 Multiple Contributors Explorer's Journal, September 1986
New York The Explorer's Club 1986 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Canoeing the Hood River in Northwestern Canada; The Bronze Yaks of Centrral Asia; Cyprus; Peruvian Grave Robber's Gold; Rafting Sumatra's Alas River; The Ships of Nansen and Peary; Stratigraphy. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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Maclean's Magazine, April 1, 1949 - Tom Bata is Shoemaker to the World, Multiple Contributors
12 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, April 1, 1949 - Tom Bata is Shoemaker to the World
Canada Maclean-Hunter 1949 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Arbuckle, Franklin (cover art) 
84 pages. Features. Cover illustration of outport village, Port de Grave, Newfoundland; Nice colour ad for International heavy trucks inside front cover; The Fabulous Shoemaker - Tom Bata, probably Canada's richest man, controls a million-a-day shoe output - part 1; Whirlaway to Work - interesting photo-illustrated article on using helicopters for urban transportation; The Lovers - story by Mona Williams - illustrated by Allen Richardson; Labor Cleans House - Stalin's stooges boss some of our key unions - it's a tough, nasty fight to unseat them but labour is doing it - article with photos; The Man with the Mail from Minsk - Samuel Hoffman has been delivering the mail along route 103 in Toronto for 25 years - article with photos; They Pay as They Sway - Arthur Murray Dance Lessons - article with photos; Wrestler Whipper Billy Watson (nee Potts) - article with colour photo; So You're Buying a Used Car; 10,000 Men for Dinner - Crawley and McCracken are the continent's biggest bush-camp caterers -article with photos; A Place for Children - story by Alec Rackowe - illustrated by W. Book; Young Man of the World - Garry Davis has renounced his US citizenship and declared himself a citizen of the world - article with photos; Now They Get Medicine From Blood - Attractive centerfold ad for the new custom Dodge car; Attractive two-page colour ad for the great new Plymouth; Sweet two-page colour ad for the Elegant new Chrysler; Nice two-page colour ad for the new Dodge; Handsome two-page colour ad for the distinctive DeSoto car; Ad for Austin 3 and 5 ton trucks; Full-page colour ad for Stokely's tomato juice. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A quality copy. 
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Maclean's Magazine, April 20, 1963: Inside Canada's Secret Police, Multiple Contributors
13 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, April 20, 1963: Inside Canada's Secret Police
Toronto Maclean-Hunter Limited 1963 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
64 pages. Features: Sidney Katz reports on the RCMP's controversial spy hunters - the S&I men of the Directorate of Security and Intelligence - includes great photo of Commissioner C.W. Harvison with Assistant Commissioner J.R. W. Bordeleau; A cool look at the hot race into space - many rocket photos; Austin Clark - a Black Man - talks about Race Prejudice in White Canada; What Americans really think about us; Life in Eaton's Catalogue, or, How I wrestled my Uncle Ernest in my medium-weight thermal underwear, by Peter N. Allison; Farmer A.A. Kingscote's article complaining about how hunters cause annual problems; Pierre Berton on the grave flaws in private medicare. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A sound copy. 
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Maclean's Magazine, September 6, 1982 - The New Medicine's Grave Risks, Multiple Contributors
14 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, September 6, 1982 - The New Medicine's Grave Risks
Toronto Maclean Hunter 1982 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Turkish Military attache murdered in Ottawa by Armenians - Atilla Altikat; Harnessing the mighty Slave River; Takla Lake, B.C. shooting; Days of danger at Friendship Pass - China and Vietnam; Lebanon - moving into a a perilous vacuum; The Nugan Hand scandal; Soviet Union losing the long battle for bread; Looking into Amway's empire; The bull markets march on; Olympian Calgary task for David Leighton; Ricky Henderson keeps stealing bases; Cover Story - the new medicine's grave risks - PET machine, colour-enhanced X-ray, etc.; Learning the joys of the Logo language; Sackloth adversity - Winnipeg nuns go door-to-door for money; Zoot Capri; Canadian War Museum commemorates Dieppe tragedy; Entertainment reviews. Moderate wear. A sound copy. 
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Nature Canada Magazine - October/December 1974, Multiple Contributors
15 Multiple Contributors Nature Canada Magazine - October/December 1974
Canada Canadian Nature Federation 1974 First Edition Paperback Good Former Library Copy 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Arctic Offshore Drilling - A Calculated Policy of Grave Risk (Editorial); Watching Great Horned Owl Nests in the Alberta Foothills; J. Fenwick Lansdowne; Machias Seal Island; The Hazardous Search for Oil and Gas in Arctic Waters; Digges Island - Fortress home of the Akpa. Few library markings. Average wear. Sound copy. 
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Old West Magazine: Summer, 1977, Multiple Contributors
16 Multiple Contributors Old West Magazine: Summer, 1977
USA Western Publications Inc. 1977 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: The Great Bastion of El Alamo; A Shallow Grave Near the Lost Dutch Oven; Shenanigan at the daisy; Heroines; A Kentuckian called 'Fur Cap'; Shootout at Sargeant's Station; A Boy at Dallas; Crossing the Big Red; McCarty Gang in Oregon; Edge of Settlement; An Unwritten History; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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The Saturday Review, 29 December, 1934 - "The Only Paper That Dares To Tell You All The Truth", Multiple Contributors
17 Multiple Contributors The Saturday Review, 29 December, 1934 - "The Only Paper That Dares To Tell You All The Truth"
London The Chawton Publishing Co., Ltd. 1934 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
32 pages. Features: The War on Religion - with an anti-religious quote by Max Epstein, Vice-Commissar for Education; Notes of the Week; New Year Notes by Lady Houston, D.B.E.; A Conservative Leader?, by Kim; The Case of Patrick O'Malley, life-long trade unionist; Satirical full-page ad for the public auction of the nations of the Commonwealth; A Hair of the Dog that Bit You!; Air Progress Abroad, by Major Oliver Stewart; The Monstrous Shadow of 1934, by Robert Machray; More Grave Changes - British Legion Affiars; Eve in Paris; Political Madness - Conservative Party Heads for Suicide, by Colonel Sir Thomas A. Polson; Lord Dalhousie - Creator of Modern India - article plus full-page portrait on glossy stock; India - the Frost Continues, by Hamish Blair; Across a Century (Charles Lamb died December 27, 1834); New book news; News snippets from the empire; The Expensive Mr. Baldwin; Music reviews; Theatre notes; The Gamekeeper's Dog, by Eric Hardy; Broadcasting notes; Lady Houston's Cold Cure; Interesting back cover reproduction of a letter dated 23 May, 1917 signed by Ramsay MacDonald (and others) in support of the Russian Revolution, plus one of his more recent quotes, plus the suggestion that it was his intent that the British people pay for goods ordered by Russia from Britain. Faint libray stamps to front cover, otherwise unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A worthy copy of this interesting vintage issue. 
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The Standard, 15 March 1947 - Weekly Montreal Pictorial Newspaper - COVER PHOTO OF HOCKEY GOALIE WILLIAM "LEGS" FRASER IN ACTION, Multiple Contributors
18 Multiple Contributors The Standard, 15 March 1947 - Weekly Montreal Pictorial Newspaper - COVER PHOTO OF HOCKEY GOALIE WILLIAM "LEGS" FRASER IN ACTION
Montreal, Quebec The Montreal Standard Publishing Company 1947 First Edition Paperback Good Newspaper Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall 
16"x12.5" when folded in half. Features: Fantastic colour photo of Ottawa Senators' hockey goalie "Legs" Fraser; Photo-illustrated story of Britain's unprecedented cold wave which has caused a grave national economic crisis; Colour full-page ad for Sunkist oranges; The Canadian Red Cross Society Plans for the Future - article and photos; Blueprints for Prize-Winning kitchens; Article and Photos of the Montreal Stock Exchange; Conflict at the Poles - Science vies with military might for knowledge of the ice regions, by Talbot Johnson; Gladys Strum - Canada's only woman MP - article and photo; New products based on silicone derivatives are on the way, by Sydney Cooper; "Have You Anything to Declare?" - border humour story illustrated by Peter Whalley; Mrs. Foley - Conspirator - short story by W.H. Wilson; Making the News - how publicity men can sell anything from lipsticks to books; Always Prepared! - Thata's Us, story by Gregory Clark; Large photo of Norman Falkner - Canada's only one-legged figure skater!; Perhaps Tomorrow - short story by Larry Clarke; Bootleg Gold Ring - article with photos about U.S. law enforcement and its efforts to fight the flow of gold into the U.S. across the Canadian border; Marcel Said - President of the Master Ladies' Hairdressers and Wigmakers Guild - photo and article; Portable fish filleting plant in Saskatchewan; Saga of Sway - the world's longest wooden floating bridge in the world across Ontario's Lake Chemong - article and photo; Jury Justice - Thomas Daniel of Winnipeg acquitted of murdering David Gentles; Tony Camillo - Vancouver's four-year-old opera singer; George "Bus" Edwards of Cobourg, Ontario - photo of his amazing snowmobile; Man of the Week - Alberta U. Chancellor Dr. G. Fred McNally; 20 page colour comic section; Book of the Week - Remember Me, by Edward F. Meade; Struggle on for Leadership of Synthetic Chemical Field, by Thomas F. Reynolds; Appeal to Canadians for aid for Europeans in their war-ravaged lands; Sports News; Sightless Swimmers at the Ottawa Y.M.C.A.; Full-page colour ad for the 1947 Pontiac; Acrobatic Ottawa Senator Goalie William "Legs" Fraser - article and super photos; Wyoming Buffalo Hunt - Sponsors Decide Bow and Arrow Deaths Too Slow and Brutal After Experimental Chase - grim photos; and more. Unmarked. Average wear. A great vintage copy of this feature-oriented weekly which in later years became the Weekend Magazine. 
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The War Illustrated, No. 233 - 1 February 1919, Multiple Contributors
19 Multiple Contributors The War Illustrated, No. 233 - 1 February 1919
London Amalgamated 1919 First Edition Paperback Fair 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Demobilisation - Cover illustration of a faithful charger being sold while its British officer looks on. Illustration of Woodrow Wilson, President Poincare, and Mr. Lloyd George at the opening of the Peace Conference. Photo: French Arms Beyond the Rhine. Illustrations of 'Prussia's Arrogance in 1871'. Air Trips to Paris and Back in Four Hours - 4 photos of 'Airco' machines. British keep guard on the Bridge at Cologne - 4 great photos. "To the Rhine!" - Retribution after Fifty Years, 3 photos. Storm and Fog Claim Ships that War had Spared - 6 photos. Photo of the salved French submarine Curie. Problems of the Peace Conference - by Sir Sidney Low. A United States of Germany? - by F.W. Wile. Imperial Guile - What the Camera Saw at Spa. Photo of Berlin protest march against Bolshevism. Photo of Rodin's sculpture of Eve being exhumed from her grave in a garden in Doai where she was hidden from the Germans. Welcoming home America's Navy - 3 photos. Airship and Aeroplane Raids over Great Britain, 1914-18 - chart and map. Channel Train-Ferry and its new 'Mystery' port - 4 photos including the 'Dazzle'. Above-average wear. Unmarked. Staples disintegrated with age. Still a worthy copy. 
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The Wide World Magazine, April 1948 *Fiftieth Anniversary Issue*, Multiple Contributors
20 Multiple Contributors The Wide World Magazine, April 1948 *Fiftieth Anniversary Issue*
London George Newnes Limited 1948 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Stories: Fifty years of the Wide World; when the fire came; trouble at Tonkiu; the runaway schooner; halibut fishing; the magic man; not according to plan; gypsy snake-charmer; the buffalo-shooters; Marriott's grave. Average wear. Binding intact. 
Price: 109.95 USD
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