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The Illustrated London News (ILN) Magazine, December 4, 1954 -  Cover Photo of Sir Winston and Lady Churchill, Bryant, Arthur.; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril
1 Bryant, Arthur.; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril The Illustrated London News (ILN) Magazine, December 4, 1954 - Cover Photo of Sir Winston and Lady Churchill
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd. 1954 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Fraser, Eric; Sutherland, Graham; Davis, G.H. 
Pages 977-1032.. Features: Nice colour-illustrated Rolex ad inside front cover features illustration of divers; Royal Airforce recruiting ad; Nice half-page Hooper car ad for the 7-seater Limo., design No. 8400; Royal photos of the Queen Mother's return from the U.S. at Waterloo; Great two-page series of illustrations of "Tridac" - the biggeset calculating machine in England - used to assist in the design of guided missiles and high-speed aircraft; Photo of the two vessels of the Onassis whaling fleet seized by Peru; 80th birthday ceremony for Winston Churchill in Westminster Hall; Photos of Royal occasions; Passing of Mr. A. Vyshinsky; Unearthing the world's oldest funerary boat - the start of the Gize excavations; Lightshipi South Goodwin wrecked on the Goodwin sands by a mighty gale; Centerfold photo of this vessel on her side on the Goodwin Sands; Liberian tanker "World Concord" breaks in half; Photos of 17 personalities in the news, including Sir Edward Keeling, Professor Enrico Fermi, Alger Hiss, Sir George Robey, and Mr. Ronald Murton, the only survivor of the wrecked South Goodwin lightship; Magnificent Greco-Etruscan remains of 2400 years ago recovered from the mud of Lake Comacchio; the making of fine Britihs glass; Burbery's fashion ad; Colour-photo ad for Gilbey's Royal Whisky inside back cover with horse racing theme; back cover colour ad for Meltis New Berry Fruits; and more. Advertorial cover loose but present, otherwise moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), August 2, 1952 -  Cover Photo of Major-General Neguib Mohammed with Aly Maher Pasha - Who Compelled Egypt's King Farouk to Adbicate, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John
2 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John The Illustrated London News (ILN), August 2, 1952 - Cover Photo of Major-General Neguib Mohammed with Aly Maher Pasha - Who Compelled Egypt's King Farouk to Adbicate
England The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd. 1952 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Pages 161-200. Features: Coup D'Etat in Egypt leaves army in control; The Adbication of King Farouk - Final scenes in Alexandria; The passing of Eva Peron of Argentina - article with nice photo; Large photo of Democrat presidential candidate Adlai Stevenson; Personalities of the week include Lord Goschen who passed away on August 24th; The Queen visits the Windsor Horse Show and the Hospital for Sick Children; The Post-War World as viewed by James V. Forrestal; Map of the Queen's Coronation processional route through London; Remarkable photos of the Swiss attempt on Everest; Article on Civil defence with photos of the Auxiliary Fire Service at Folkestone; Amazing photo of the Ring Dance performed by the women of the Caiapo Indians of the Xingu River in the depths of Brazil's Mato Grosso; Two pages of incredible photos of facial art of the Caiapo mean and women; Excellent centerfold photo of a guided rocket (missile) a moment after launch from Aberporth, Cardiganshire; The all-aluminum 60-ft. motor yacht Tonquin; New Excavations in the Islands of Lipari and Panarea; The problematic Chiru; Royal and official occasions captured by the camera; Two fantastic pages of photos of track and field winners during week one at the Helsinki Olympics XV; Amazing photo of members of the Hamilton Air Force base 84th fighter interceptor squadron more than 70 of whom are on the sturdy wings of a U.S. Northrop Scorpion F-89; Damage caused by the biggest California earthquake since 1906; Melbourne flooding; Large crowd attends mass for Eva Peron; Nice ad for Jaguar cars; Nice photo-ad for Land Rover "Britain's most versatile vehicle"; and more. Centerfold loose but present. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A quality vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, Saturday, February (Feb.) 12, 1949: Cover photo of Cardinal Mindszenty, Prince Primate of Hungary, During his Trial for Treason, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al
3 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al The Illustrated London News, Saturday, February (Feb.) 12, 1949: Cover photo of Cardinal Mindszenty, Prince Primate of Hungary, During his Trial for Treason
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1949 B002MXIXVQ First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Toidze, I.; Stokes, Vernon 
Pages 193-224. Features: Cover photo of Cardinal Mindszenty, Prince Primate of Hungary, during his trial for treason; Nice one-page colour ad for Number Seven cigarettes; Article on sea rescue; One-page photo of the light fleet aircraft carrier Vengeance at Portland, with an air sea rescue helicopter hovering over her flight deck; Four excellent aerial photos of New York City, with emphasis upon Manhattan; One-page illustration of Generalissimo Stalin; Three photos of Indians remembering Gandhi's assassination; Three photos of the Pan-American airliner "Monarch Of The Skies" and its passengers after they survived a midair collision; One-page photo of H.M.S. Royal Sovereign, returning home after five years' service with the Russian Navy; Photo of Tokyo crowd listening to Kyuichi Tokudo, the Communist Party Sec.; Photos of devastation in Berlin - materials from Hitler's destroyed Reich Chancellery are used to rebuild a Russian sponsored building; Naval manoeuvres in the Mediterranean; Photos of personalities of the week include Mr. A.K. Helm, Capt. John Terry, Mr. Kingsbury Smith, Lord Baldwin, Mr. L.J. Edwards, Prof. Reuter, Cardinal Mindszenty, Sir David Keir, and others; The Kravchenko libel action; Churchill receives the Grotius Medal; Centrefold illustrations show new bypass for the Suez Canal; Photo of Boeing XB-47 test landing with new parachute- brake; Two-page illustration of dozens of animals at the London zoo, and their monetary values; Photos of guided missile testing at Holloman US Air Force Base in New Mexico; Photos of what was Derby House and is now Hutchinson House; Photos of Gloucester Cathedral tomb effigies; one-page colour ad for Lotus boots and shoes; Colour Schweppes ad on back cover. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, September (Sept.) 25, 1926 -  Taxes, Taxes, Taxes!, Crowther, Samuel; Howe, J. Olin; Budd, Ralph W.; Hays, George W.; Benson, Allan L.; Collins, Dr. Joseph; Whiting, May B.; Phelps, Mary; barton, William E.; Finger, Charles J.
4 Crowther, Samuel; Howe, J. Olin; Budd, Ralph W.; Hays, George W.; Benson, Allan L.; Collins, Dr. Joseph; Whiting, May B.; Phelps, Mary; barton, William E.; Finger, Charles J. The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, September (Sept.) 25, 1926 - Taxes, Taxes, Taxes!
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1926 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Clarke, W.W.; Fitzgerald, William O.; Briggs, Austin Eugene; Harper, George; Graham, J.C. 
32 pages. Features: Nice two-color illustrated Valspar ad inside front cover; Taxes, Taxes, Taxes! - they are always with us but often we do not know it; Cashing in on the 'Blue Sky' - a study of the methods used by Wily 'Aviation' and real estate promoters in separating the sucker from his dollar; The Principles that guided George W. Hays in Exercising the Pardoning Power; The Genesis of the Constitution - reflections on what Washington and 38 of his countrymen did one summer; Bringing the Human Boat to Port Under Its Own Steam - advice on healthy living; What Would Izaak Walton Have Said? - the author of 'The Compleat Angler' in his wildest dreams could naver have visualized a 1,500-pound mackerel; Henry Ford's Page - struggle between industry and finance for control of business; Editorials - shaming the U.S. into canceling war debts, anti-prohibition propaganda, The County Fair, Dictators and the dictated; The Gold Hunters - being the story of a party of young men from Michigan in their search for fortune in California in 1850-1851; Bathing, Begging and Buring in Benares - strange scenes on the banks of the Ganges, India's sacred stream - article with photos; The Voyage of the Victoria (part 11)- Death of Magellan; Chats with Office Callers - ; Can You Tell Me?; I Read in the Papers - Japan turns from rice as sole diet; The Village Blacksmith. Moderate moisture exposure. Center pages holding by one staple. Unmarked with average wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Salute Magazine, September (Sept.) 1947, Vol. 2, No. 9 -  Abortion Racket Menace / Can We Win an Atomic War? / Mel Torme, Helfer, H.; Engel, L.; Flahertyy, P.; Tillery, R.; Vandivert, S.; Brennan, R.; Levitt, S.; Werner, Max; Gilpin, D.; Selwyn, A.; Dugan, J.; Jacobs, B.; Cartwright, C.; Lonergan, R.; Cherney, L.; Flannery, T.; Orr, J.
5 Helfer, H.; Engel, L.; Flahertyy, P.; Tillery, R.; Vandivert, S.; Brennan, R.; Levitt, S.; Werner, Max; Gilpin, D.; Selwyn, A.; Dugan, J.; Jacobs, B.; Cartwright, C.; Lonergan, R.; Cherney, L.; Flannery, T.; Orr, J. Salute Magazine, September (Sept.) 1947, Vol. 2, No. 9 - Abortion Racket Menace / Can We Win an Atomic War? / Mel Torme
New York Vet Publishers, Inc. 1947 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Mead-Maddick (cover); Myers, Harry; Davis, J.H.; 
50 pages. Cover photo of Alice Wallace. Fiction: Fishbowl. Articles: Menace of the Abortion Racket - article with photo of Chicago Dr. Nathaniel Schaffner who was charged after the death of his patient, Mrs. Emma Laisure; The Velvet Fog - Photo-illustrated article on crooner Mel Torme; A Veteran Buys a Farm - Great photo-illustrated article on George Stieber, who gave up the controls of a B-29 for a Pennsylvania dairy farm; The Misunderstood Coroner - A.L. Brodie of Chicago; Broadway's Conscience - writer Jimmie Cannon; Can We Win an Atomic War?; Legion Conventions - Times Square revs up for the fun makers coming to town; Peace for Your Aching Head; The Man Who Married the Andrews Sisters - photo-illustrated ad on Lou Levy, who married Maxene but guided the three gals to millions; Their Number's Up - New York numbers game operators can no longer escape jail through tricky bookkeeping; River Pilot - Captain Jesse Hughes and his drawings of the Ohio and Mississippi. Special Features: Seafaring Funny Man; City Room Refugees - Richard Basehart and Don McGuire were newspapermen before becoming hearthrobs; Saturday Afternoon; Stealing the Pennant - great photo-illustrated article on base-stealing in baseball, with photos of Stan Musial, Walker Cooper, Johnny Hopp, Skeeter Newsome, Stan Hack,Lou Boudreau, Phil Rizzuto, Bob Elliot, Ray Lamanno, Don Johnson and Jackie Robinson; Movie of the Month - Variety Girl - with photos of Mary Hatcher, Olga San Juan, and newcomver DeForest Kelley of later Star Trek fame; Sultry photo of Hazel Brooks; Photos of Billy De Wolfe; Mister Jazz - One-page article with large photo of Louis Armstrong; Gorgeous photo of beauty contest entrant Yvonne De Carlo; Editorial inside back cover features large photos of New York Vets protesting lack of proper housing; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Light age-toning to contents. A nice vintage copy. 
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Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, March (Mar.) 11, 1953 - Boy Rocket Scientist Jerry (Gerald) Bull, Katz, S.; Bodsworth, F.; Allen, R.T.; Frayne, T.; Porter, M.; Nicol, E.; Steiner, Paul; Alverton, James; et al
6 Katz, S.; Bodsworth, F.; Allen, R.T.; Frayne, T.; Porter, M.; Nicol, E.; Steiner, Paul; Alverton, James; et al Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, March (Mar.) 11, 1953 - Boy Rocket Scientist Jerry (Gerald) Bull
Montreal Maclean Hunter 1953 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Arbuckle, Franklin (cover art); Macpherson, Duncan 
64 pages. Features: Cover illustration by Franklin Arbuckle presents the rail line to Ungava's Iron; Editorial argues that Canadians need to read more of their authors; Elegant one-page colour 1953 Chrysler ad features red two-door New Yorker; The Crisis in Education - the Canadian education system is creaking toward chaos, Part 1 - The Teachers; Jerry (Gerald) Bull - Boy Rocket Scientist - photo-illustrated article on 24-year-old Dr. Gerald V. Bull, guided missile expert; The Dumbest Cluck on the Farm - fun article about raising chickens; When the Redskins took over Twiggeville (short story); Montreal - A City With a Heart - Karsh photos capture the spirit of the city; The Neighbours Who Sing for Canada - The Don Wright Chorus of London, Ontario - article with many photos; How the Boom Hit Seven Islands, Quebec courtesy of Mining Magnate Jules Timmins - article with many photos; Interesting one-page Massey-Harris ad examines the economic impact of farmers; Handsome one-page colour ad for the 1953 De Soto Firedome V-8 (maroon); Sensational 1953 Studebaker centrefold colour-photo ad features a canary yellow Starliner coupe; One-page two-colour Royal Canadian Air Force (R.C.A.F.) ad features photo of airman with puppy in his helmet; One-page colour ad for the 1953 Meteor car features a black on yellow car; One-page Morris Minor car ad; Nice colour one-page ad for Leonard fridges; What to do until the guests leave; Lovely colour Dofasco ad shows housewife picking peaches through her window in the middle of winter; Nice colour La-Z-Boy ad shows officeman relaxing; General Motors one-page photo ad explains how their many activities spend $350 million annually; Champion spark plugs ad features small photo of Chuck Stevenson, 1952 AAA National Racing Champion; Nice colour one-page Oldsmobile ad features green 1953 Super '88' holiday coupe; Half-page RCMP recruiting ad; Colour ad for the 1953 Ford Monarch (grey) inside back cover; Weston's ad on back cover links with the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this nice vintage issue. 
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Aviation and Marine International - Atlantic Edition: July (August), 1977 *WARSAW PACT - POLITICS AND ARMED FORCES*, Multiple Contributors
7 Multiple Contributors Aviation and Marine International - Atlantic Edition: July (August), 1977 *WARSAW PACT - POLITICS AND ARMED FORCES*
Switzerland Interconair 1977 First Printing Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: The MIG-Hunting School (part II); Invincible launced; Bourget '77 - pictures from a show; The USSR and the Warsaw Pact - the Soviet Union's post-war strategies, from defense of the national territory to world expansion; Survey of the air forces of the Warsaw Pact Countries - the ever-increasing power of these forces; The Navies of Warsaw Pact Countries - their strength and strategy, upperly subservient to Soviet strategy; Sabres in Korea; Kaiten Guided Torpedoes (Part III); Many additional illustrated stories. Clean and unmarked with light wear. Quality copy. 
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Aviation and Marine International - Atlantic Edition: May 1977, Multiple Contributors
8 Multiple Contributors Aviation and Marine International - Atlantic Edition: May 1977
Switzerland Interconair 1977 First Printing Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Civil Turbofan - the reasons for the success of turbofans with ever-higher by-pass ratio, Good results with bigger models and prospects for the 10T thrust class, future tendencies; Spruance Class - monorama special report with super colour fold-out illustration and much more; Shipboard Fire Control Systems - their characteristics and applications as adopted by the various navies; Japan's satellite program; The Mounties of the Sea - De Havilland DHC-7R; Aero-Caster used by Vancouver Shipyards; Ilyushin's Aircraft; Kaiten Guided Torpedoes (II); Many additional illustrated stories. Clean and unmarked with light wear. Quality copy. 
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Aviation and Marine International - Atlantic Edition: September, 1977  *MONORAMA - NITEROI CLASS*, Multiple Contributors
9 Multiple Contributors Aviation and Marine International - Atlantic Edition: September, 1977 *MONORAMA - NITEROI CLASS*
Switzerland Interconair 1977 First Printing Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Farewell Pegasus; First AWACS delivered for operational use; Sagittario Launched; Kormorans on the Baltic - anti-ship missile; USA industry at the end of the 70's - 'No' to the B-1 signals the end of an era - long article; Greenwich '77; The Niteroi Class - Super fold-out colour illustration and much more; Surveillance Radar for air transport control and warning systems; Sabres in Korea (Part II); Kaiten Guided Torpedoes (Part IV); Many additional illustrated stories. Clean and unmarked with light wear. Quality copy. 
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10 Multiple Contributors LAIFS - Bulletin of the Los Angeles International Fern Society Volume 7, Number 12, December 1980
U.S.A. LAIFS 1980 First Edition Paperback Very Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Features: Creating Christmas Decorations; The Conservatory Collection at New York Botanical Garden - a guided tour; and more 
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Scientific American, August 1981 - Forging, Multiple Contributors
11 Multiple Contributors Scientific American, August 1981 - Forging
USA Scientific American 1981 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
156 pages. Features: Precision-guided weapons; the newest stars in Orion; Dutch elm disease; the ribosome; the forging of metals; monsoons; a mesolithick camp in Ireland; Sadi Carnot; and more. Nostalgic colour photo ads. Moderate wear. A sound copy. 
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Time Magazine, February 28, 1949 - Dean Acheson Cover Portrait, Multiple Contributors
12 Multiple Contributors Time Magazine, February 28, 1949 - Dean Acheson Cover Portrait
Canada Time-Life Books Inc. 1949 Canadian Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
56 pages. Features and Articles: Dean Acheson - the Man from Middletown; Gerard Graham Dennis - Canadian criminal; Charlie Monak of Detroit becomes a top man in a Pyramid Friendship Club - the fad that is infecting the nation; Anna Louise Strong; Exposing 14 million people in Russian slave labour camps; Shortage of women in Germany; "Imported Anti-Semetism - Furor over Dickens' Oliver Twist movie keeps it from U.S. screens; Israel chooses Jerusalem for the opening ceremony of its newly elected Constituent Assembly - Dr. Chaim Weizmann, Zionism's elder statesman, is President; Canada's Baby Bonus; George Drew - new leader of the Progressive Conservatives in Canada; McGill students vote a black girl, Beryl Dickinson-Dash, as their Winter Carnival Queen; Using airplanes to evacuate suffering Eskimos from stormy Somerset Island; Latin American Development; Boxer dog Zazarac Brandy wins dog shows; Leon Birkhead claims 'The Churchman' and its editor Rev. Guy Emery Shipler are involved with at least 25 'Communist front or Communist organizations; Military desire for guided missiles - uninhabited aircraft; Great black and white photo ad for Labatt's; Harvey O. Brooks - writer of the song A Little Bird Told Me; English pianist 'Solomon' comes to Carnegie Hall; Conductor Willem Mengelberg; A.Y.D. - American Youth for Democracy - a renamed version of the Y.C.L. (Young Communist League); 3,610 Chinese university students in the U.S. struggle to pay their bills after the war in their homeland; the FCC takes over a 160-metre amateur band for the use of loran - U.S. Ham Radio operators will end up with more elbow room; Tabloid newspapers; New Hampshire's Senator Charles R. Tobey has guns for Textron President Royal Little after the company wives out 3,500 jobs in Nashua, N.H.; Photo of Duo's 'Flagship' trailer which features a 'flying bridge' at the back; Colour photo ad for John McHale shoes inside back cover. This Canadian edition contains editorial content identical with the U.S. edition except for added Canadian news. Unmarked. Average wear. A sound copy. 
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13 Munn, Orson D. Scientific American July 1931 Volume 145 Number 1
New York Scientific American Publishing Company 1931 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Cunard's bid for ocean supremacy; Editorials - Michelson - by submarine to the north pole - wages and prosperity - fighting the crooks - human engineering - television broadcasts; Riding with the signal in the cab - right-of-way signals are repeated within the engine cab; Quick-freezing solves food problems; Efficient medical department for brokers and employees at the stock exchange; Airplains land blind - guided by radio; A a splintered planet? - tiny elongated Eros may be a fragment of an older, larger asteroid; National Aircraft Show; The biblical deluge a fact - Archeological finds are stratified as though by a flood; Amateur astronomy in Pittsburgh - an observatory is built by and for amateurs; Television now on schedule - first broadcasts of television on a regular program; Science in search of oil - The last of three articles on salt, sulfur, and petroleum; A familiar truck becomes a locomotive - gasoline powered yard locomotive has commendable features; Professionnal methods in amateur archeology; American olives by the ton - large industry in California is over 150 years old; Preserved for 10,000 yeares to come - unique methods of preserving records of Tokyo earthquake; Mechanizing a giant foundry - Allis Chalmers. One inch opening at top of spine-fold. Half-inch tear to fore-edge of front cover. Quarter inch tear to fore-edge of back cover. Covers remain 50% attached to contents. Average wear. Unmarked. 
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Maclean's Magazine, 4 August 1956  - Leo Koerner / The Private Lives of Byng Whitteker, Porter, Mackenzie; Katz, S.; Tyrwhitt, Janice; Simonds, Lt.-Gen. Guy; McLeod, Duncan; Moon, B.; Kaylin, Edward; Harris, Lawren; et al
14 Porter, Mackenzie; Katz, S.; Tyrwhitt, Janice; Simonds, Lt.-Gen. Guy; McLeod, Duncan; Moon, B.; Kaylin, Edward; Harris, Lawren; et al Maclean's Magazine, 4 August 1956 - Leo Koerner / The Private Lives of Byng Whitteker
Canada Maclean's Magazine 1956 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: Banff tea house survives roaring avalanche (ad); Leon Koerner's one-man giveaway program - Canada's happiest spender is this Czech millionaire who arrived here 17 years ago; A blueprint to stop our cities' decay - one in every 8 Canadian homes is slowly falling apart, soon to become part of a slum with its by-products of disease and distress - here's what Baltimore, Maryland found; Can science beat the virus diseases?; We're wasting millions on an obsolete air force - Guy Simonds charges that in this atomic age of guided missiles we're still committed to a costly, outdated concept of military strategy based on the airplane; We gambled our love on freedom - James Pegg, a British soldier, met Olga, a Ukrainian slave worker in a German prison camp - they had to choose... stay and be parted, or escape together into unknown dangers; The town that wants to stay old fashioned - Niagara-on-the-Lake; The secondhand love letter, by Edward Kaylin; The private lives of Byng Whitteker; Throw out our cruel divorce law - Kent Power, QC. Nice colour Chevrolet ad on page 5. Front cover heavily torn with chunks missing - it illustrated the construction of the Queen Elizabeth Hotel in Montreal. Colour Coke ad on back cover. 
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Royal Air Force Flying Review Magazine, September 1957, Sander, Hans; Norris, Geoffrey; Gatland, Kenneth; Yakovlev, Alexander; Lambermont, Paul; Luukkanen, Eino
15 Sander, Hans; Norris, Geoffrey; Gatland, Kenneth; Yakovlev, Alexander; Lambermont, Paul; Luukkanen, Eino Royal Air Force Flying Review Magazine, September 1957
London The Royal Air Force Review Ltd. 1957 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Wood, John W. 
110 pages. Features: Nice photo ad for the de Havilland Sea Vixen; Photo ad for the Fairey Fireflash - the first British guided weapon; The Short S.C.I. - article and full-page colour photo of this unusual craft; Nice photo ad for the Beverley, made by Blackburn and General Aircraft; Ouragan - article and colour illustrations of this French jet fighter; Farnborough Preview; The P.1 - article with photos; Shot from a Flying Wing (AW 52) - article and photo of "Jo" Lancaster; I Tested Focke-Wulfs; Thwarted Fighters - the delayed success of James Marton; Crash Landing in France (part 2); The Hawker Hunter F.6 - British Jet Fighter; The Missile Age - a special directory of rockets and missiles; Air Intelligence; Russia's Flying Wagon - The YAK-24 - article with photos; Test Flight to Freedom!; I Got My Sausage!; The Luftwaffe's Workhorse - the Ju 52/3m; Captain Ray Salute to the Spitfire; Ad for the Reliant three-wheeled car; Milland Flies Again; Colour ad for Senior Service cigarettes on back cover features helicopter at sea; and more. Binding intact. Above-average wear. Pages age-toned. A worthy reference copy. 
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Canadian Army Journal, April 1955, Vol. IX No. 2, Stacey, C.P.; DeProse, J.G.
16 Stacey, C.P.; DeProse, J.G. Canadian Army Journal, April 1955, Vol. IX No. 2
Canada Chief of the General Staff/Government of Canada 1955 First Edition Paperback Fair 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
160 pages. Many black and white illustrations. Features: A Hundred Years of Regimental Organization; Exercise Bulldog III; Canada's Army in Korea (II); The Saiwan Bay Memorialk, Hong Kong; New Anti-Tank Weapon is Developed for Canadian Army; Guns and Guided Missiles; Army Battle Honours committee Formed; The Journal of the Royal United Service Institution; Hydrofoil Boat is developed; Flashback, No. 10 - On the Evening of Victory; The Battle of Borodino; Gunner Centennial; British Artillery Unit Allied with Canadian Army; A Brief History of the Corps of Royal Canadian Engineers; A Canadian General Transport Company in Japan. Somewhat above-average wear. Binding intact. A sound reference copy. 
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Canadian Geographical Journal, April 1958 - Saskatchewan's Oil and Gas, Tyre, Robert; Crich, W.V.; Senior, Norman; Leitch, Adelaide; Little, Commander C.H.
17 Tyre, Robert; Crich, W.V.; Senior, Norman; Leitch, Adelaide; Little, Commander C.H. Canadian Geographical Journal, April 1958 - Saskatchewan's Oil and Gas
Canada The Canadian Geographical Society 1958 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Pages 119- 152 plus sixteen pages of nice vintage ads. Features: Saskatchewan's Oil and Gas - major article with many excellent photos including Tommy Douglas on the podium; Some Birds of Canada; The Canals of England; The Craft School of Fundy; Voyages of Discovery - British Columbia; Canadair one-page ad with illustration of their Sparrow II guided missile; and more. Faint date stamp atop front cover, otherwise unmarked with moderate wear. A sound copy. 
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The Illustrated London News - March 19, 1960, Various Contributors
18 Various Contributors The Illustrated London News - March 19, 1960
London The Illustrated London News 1960 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: Royal Ball in Stockholm; Another fire at A.V. Roe; Anti-Submarine Exercise; Limbo Depth Charge Mortars; Illustration of an R.A.F. Guided Weapon Site; Emanuel School, London; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Sound copy. 
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The Illustrated London News - November 8, 1958, Various Contributors
19 Various Contributors The Illustrated London News - November 8, 1958
London The Illustrated London News 1958 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: The Coronation of Pope John XXIII; Diefenbaker's Visit to London; Charterhouse School; Memories of the Roman Republic and Echoes of the Battle of Lake Regillus - a Tusculan family cemetery discovered by accident; Grave Goods of the Gens Rabiria - and new light on ancient Tusculum; Great Britain's First Surface-to-Air Guided Weapon Station; Springhill, Nova Scotia Mine Disaster; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Sound copy. 
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Marine Corps Gazette (Magazine), November (Nov.) 1959, Number 11, Volume 43 - Hell in China / Atomic Fires, Vinson, Carl; Stickney, W.W.; Fraser, A.M.; Gasser, J.C.; Newton, O.D.; Poillon, A.J.; Magruder, J.A. III; Heinl, R.D.; Greene, T.N.; Pierce, P.N.; Tallent, R.W.
20 Vinson, Carl; Stickney, W.W.; Fraser, A.M.; Gasser, J.C.; Newton, O.D.; Poillon, A.J.; Magruder, J.A. III; Heinl, R.D.; Greene, T.N.; Pierce, P.N.; Tallent, R.W. Marine Corps Gazette (Magazine), November (Nov.) 1959, Number 11, Volume 43 - Hell in China / Atomic Fires
USA Marine Corps Association 1959 B01B2KU740 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Deveau; Lowell, Tom 
102 pages. Features: Bell Telephone ad features photo of Edwin Felch, a developer of the Titan guidance system; Why a Marine Corps?; USMCR... Amateur or Professional?; Caterpillar "Traxcavator" ad; Where Do We Stand? - A Progress Report; Sikorsky S-62 amphibian turbocopter photo ad; Archival aviation photos; Missile Report, 1959 - a guided tour through the Marine Corps missile and rocket arsenal; Why We Need Serials; Photo ad for the Rotorcycle built by Gyrodyne; A Touch of Tradition; Belleau Wood; Hell in China - Extensive photo-illustrated article on the Boxer Uprising / Rebellion; Marine Reunions; Support by Fire - Part 5 - Atomic Fires, The Big Lightning; Force in Readiness 1959; The Unlovable Latin - Augustino Sandino was the P.T. Barnum of guerilla warfare in Central America - article with photos; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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