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Maclean's Magazine, July 5, 1958, Allen, Ralph
1 Allen, Ralph Maclean's Magazine, July 5, 1958
Canada Maclean Hunter 1958 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Front cover missing. Centrefold loose but present. Articles include: The Pipeline Uproar; Holiday week end in Vancouver; The Biggest Country Club in Canada; The Man Who Stayed Invisible for 13 Years; How to Get the Most out of Summer; Johny Longden Tells His Own Story - Part IV; Why I Hate Doctors by Hugh Garner. Average wear. Unmarked. Nice full-page colour ads for BA Gas, Coke, Caterpillar, Kodak, Labatt's Pilsener, Confederation Life. Average wear. (Please inquire about a copy complete with front cover which may be available for a higher price) 
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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
2 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, September (Sept.) 13, 1971 - Vietnam Combat Diary / The New Face of Adoption, Alsop, Stewart; Morgenstern, Joseph; et al
3 Alsop, Stewart; Morgenstern, Joseph; et al Newsweek Magazine, September (Sept.) 13, 1971 - Vietnam Combat Diary / The New Face of Adoption
New York Newsweek, Inc. 1971 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Gomel, Bob (cover photo); Riboud, Marc 
122 pages. Features: Cover photo of New Jersey Couple Frank and Barbara Calabrese with adopted daughter Rachel; The New Face of Adoption; Vietnam combat diary; Sen. Strom Thurmond; New birth control techniques; Color photos of daily life on the Chinese Mainland; Can Wage-Price freezes work?; The Increasing Role of Computers in art - from music to poetry to visual works; One-page ad for Moneysworth with photo of Ralph Ginzburg; Dixie Takes the Bus; photo of burning school buses in Pontiac, Michigan; Reflecting on Black Panther George Jackson, killed in San Quentin recently; Sales of lottery tickets are up; Porsche car ad (red) - for only $3.595; Is it safe to trust Washington - relations with Canada and Japan; Lady Amalia Fleming; Kremlinologist John Erickson; Mystery death of Donald J. Leahy; Winston Filters cigarette ad features color photo of happy adult picnic scene; Joe Cahill - the Emerald Pimpernel; Women's Wear Daily (WWD); Sony Trinitron TV ad features color photo of extended familly watching TV in bedroom; Photo-illustrated article on Hugh Hefner and how Playboy is switching to local talent; Father Francis X. Lawlor; Co-op Cars in Montpellier, France; Nice color-photo centerfold ad for Florsheim men's shoes; Unemployment in Gary, Indianna; Volkswagen ad features a Karmann Ghia which was picked as one of the world's most beautifully designed products by W.Dorwin Teague; Jean Piaget undermined?; One-page color ad for the city of Memphis "City of Manageable Size"; One-page ad for the United Fund features female black teacher with young white male student; Saab 99 ad; Cricket Plaer John Snow; Nostalgic two-page color ad for Sears color TVs; Nudie Cohn / Nudie the Tailor - tailor to the stars and the world's largest Western outfitter; Funny color-photo ad for State Farm insurance features bulldog which has just ransacked a mailman's bag; Gala opening of Washington's John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts; Canadian Club color photo ad features 'Water Walk' in Amsterdam (floating in canal in large clear plastic bag; and much more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, January (Jan.) 10, 1971 - Libertarianism Cover, Amis, Kinglsey; Conquest, Robert; Gornick, Vivian; Ressotto, Louis Jr.; Moraes, Dom; Goodman, Walter; Furlong, William B.; Et al
4 Amis, Kinglsey; Conquest, Robert; Gornick, Vivian; Ressotto, Louis Jr.; Moraes, Dom; Goodman, Walter; Furlong, William B.; Et al The New York Times Magazine, January (Jan.) 10, 1971 - Libertarianism Cover
New York The New York Times 1971 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Regan, Ken; Fessard, E.; Tames, George; Gillette, Guy; Kamsler, Leonard; Merrim, Lew; Katz, Shelly; Falk, Sam; Chalkin, Dennis; Aller, Bill; Peterson, Gosta 
108 pages. Features: Libertarian color cover photo; Beautiful color fashion ads; A short 'educational dictionary'; Wildly colorful two-page photo fashion ad for Fire Islander; Lady Manhattan two-page ad reads 'A little girl's shirt is sexy whan a big girl wears it'; Sony/Superscope radio/cassette ad features Mrs. Claus in rocking chair; Women's Consciousness; The New Right Credo - Libertarianism - article with photos of Baruch Spinoza, Robert Heinlein, Ayn Rand, Karl Hess, Murray Rothbard and Jerome Tuccille; East Pakistan - The Wave - aftermath of a terrible cyclone; Alan and Margaret McSurely vs. the State - photo-illustrated article on these radical anti-poverty workers; Football Talent Scout Red Hickey - photo illustrated article on this man who helped bring six stars to the Dallas Cowboys; Beautiful Rose Marie Reid fashion ad; features ladies on seaside rocks; Beautiful color-photo centerfold ad for Trissi features model in white and red reclining on red pillows; Nice chiffon fashion photos; Two-page ad for The New Miami Beach; Photos of row houses in Columbia MD designed by Architect Hugh Newell Jacobsen. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this vintage issue. 
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The New York Times Magazine, April (Apr.) 10, 1977 - Tennis Player Ilie Nastase is the Star You Love To Hate, Baker, Russell; Severo, Richard; Kornheiser, Tony; Pepper, Curits Bill; Stockton, William; Subak-Sharpe, Genell; Jacoby, Susan; Claiborne, Craig; Franey, Pierre; Smith, C.Ray; Donovan, Carrie; Morris, Bernadine; Lelyveld, Joseph
5 Baker, Russell; Severo, Richard; Kornheiser, Tony; Pepper, Curits Bill; Stockton, William; Subak-Sharpe, Genell; Jacoby, Susan; Claiborne, Craig; Franey, Pierre; Smith, C.Ray; Donovan, Carrie; Morris, Bernadine; Lelyveld, Joseph The New York Times Magazine, April (Apr.) 10, 1977 - Tennis Player Ilie Nastase is the Star You Love To Hate
New York The New York Times 1977 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
96 pages. Features: Pontiac Phoenix ad; Fantastic two-page color-photo ad for Babe cosmetics; A Taxpayer's Prayer; Too Hot to Handle - Failed nuclear waste recycling/reprocessing plant at West Valley, New York; Tennis article on Ilie Nastase includes color photos of him and Jimmy Connors; A Day in the Life of the Pope - Pope Paul VI; In the wake of the world's worst air disaster on the Canary Islands, Pilots Talk About Air Crashes; Mr. Goodwrench ad; Nice two-page color ad for the Polaroid SX-70 Alpha 1 camera; Sothey Parke Bernet ad features photo of C. Hugh Hildesley; The Expensive Way to Keep Your Teeth - Periodontal Disease; Ad for La Corona cigars from Nicaragua; Classic Purity - Architect Edward Barnes's 'classic modern' house on a semi-circular platform; Color photos of designs by Bill Blass, Anne Klein, Halston, Calvin Klein, Mary McFadden and Ralph Lauren; Black and white photos of designs by Sain Laurent, Chloe, Dior, Missoni, Kenzo and Issey Miyake; J&B Scotch ad features UN headquarters in background. Above-average external wear. Cover holding by one staple. Minor tape repair to front cover. Faint library stamp upon front cover. A worthy 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.
6 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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Spicy Adventures (Spicy-Adventure) Stories Magazine, October 1939, Volume 10, Number 6, Bellem, Robert Leslie; Trent, Clive; Merrill, Lew; Maxwell, Clayton; Court, Harley L.; Speer, Hugh; Cooper, Ken
7 Bellem, Robert Leslie; Trent, Clive; Merrill, Lew; Maxwell, Clayton; Court, Harley L.; Speer, Hugh; Cooper, Ken Spicy Adventures (Spicy-Adventure) Stories Magazine, October 1939, Volume 10, Number 6
Wilmington, DE Culture Publications 1939 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Ward, H.J. (Hugh Joseph) - Cover 
128 pages. Great cover art by H.J. Ward. Stories include: Peril's Highway; Jackaroo; Bayou Madness; Rubies of Empire; Diana Daw; Graveyard of Missing Ships; She-Sheriff Barbara; Dangerous Bequest. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. Binding intact. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Dearborn Independent (Magazine) - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, December (Dec.) 25, 1926 - The Rise of an American Race, Benson, Allan L.; Richards, William C.; Ulm, Aaron Hardy; Walker, Hal; Whiting, May B.; Walpole, Hugh; Holmes, Fred L.; Karpinskik, Louis C.; Atkins, Gaius Glenn
8 Benson, Allan L.; Richards, William C.; Ulm, Aaron Hardy; Walker, Hal; Whiting, May B.; Walpole, Hugh; Holmes, Fred L.; Karpinskik, Louis C.; Atkins, Gaius Glenn The Dearborn Independent (Magazine) - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, December (Dec.) 25, 1926 - The Rise of an American Race
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1926 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Clarke, W.W.; Wettersten, Harold; Neilson, J.A. 
32 pages. Features: Interesting photos of unusual work and play inside front cover; Public demands that Congress suppress (Radio) Pirates of the Air; The Divine Comedy of Newspapers; The Rise of an American Race - What Effect Will the 'Old Stock' Have on the People of the Future?; With General Gouraud in the Land of the Crusaders; The Birthplace of the Quaker Poet - the Whittier homestead; Henry Ford's Page - the American home, in its economic aspect, is a business proposition; Editorials - Merchant Mr. Nathan Strauss and his allegation of "the campaign of slander against the Jewish People", the Hall-Mills murder trial, Wooden houses in Britain; The Adventure of Mrs. Farbman; The Cheapest Thing in Europe - Human Beings; Fantastic photo-illustrated centerfold illustrates Where Santa Claus Lives and What He Does; The Boston Tea Party's Last Survivor - David Kennison died at the age of 115; Who Discovered America?; How Victoria Trained King Edward VII - the Queen thought Prince Albert the model of perfection, but Young Wales did not respond. Chats with Office Callers; Q & A; I Read in the Papers - Senator William E. Borah rated highly by Chinese, Iowa Women can now be Legislators, Newspapers train convicts in crime, Dayton, OH druggists rid their stores of salacious and suggestive magazines. Somewhat above-average wear. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Maclean's Magazine, 15 October 1955 *Fiftieth Anniversary Edition*, Berton, P.; MacLennan, Hugh; Bodsworth, F.; Berrill, N.J.; Maugham, W. Somerset; Ayre, Robert; Fitzgerald, F. Scott; et al
9 Berton, P.; MacLennan, Hugh; Bodsworth, F.; Berrill, N.J.; Maugham, W. Somerset; Ayre, Robert; Fitzgerald, F. Scott; et al Maclean's Magazine, 15 October 1955 *Fiftieth Anniversary Edition*
Toronto Maclean Hunter 1955 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Arbuckle, Franklin; Cahen, Oscar 
124 pages. Wonderful colour illustration by Franklin Arbuckle shows lady in attic peacefully reviewing old issues of this publication. Contents: Colour ad for G.W.G. work clothing inside front cover; Editorial reviews the first fifty years of Maclean's; Beverley Baxter shines some Maclean's memories; Blair Fraser recalls "Our Terrible-Tempered Ancestors" - early Ottawa correspondents; Wonderful colour photo ad for Weston's Golden Brown Sodas (crackers); The Years Behind - Pierre Berton reviews the first half-century of Maclean's - the fads, the fashions, the worries and the woes, the bitter and the sweet and, above all, the enormous change - as seen through the pages of Maclean's - illustrated; The Years Ahead - Hugh MacLennan speculates on what kind of people we'll become; Fred Bodsworth and Norman Berrill project what we can expect from science and weather in the coming years; A Treasury of Memorable Fiction - Three Famous Stories from the Maclean's of the Twenties newly illustrated by Oscar Cahen - The Ardent Bigamist, by Somerset Maugham, P. Tidmus and the Fish, by Robert Ayre, Winter Dreams, by F. Scott Fitzgerald; *Fantastic* 10-page nostalgic album of old-time Maclean's Magazine Art - covers and ads in colour and black and white - includes four wonderful covers by Arthur Heming; A Stephen Leacock Sampler; Wonderful full-page colour ad for Canadian Pacific's Empress of Britain; Lovely colour full-page ad for Sweet Caps cigarettes at a football game; Colour ad for Seabreeze record players; Massey-Harris-Ferguson ad features Square Dancing - permitted by the leisure time for farmers created by farm equipment; Centerfold Rexall detailed ad for their 1 cent sale; Nice colour one-page 1956 Ford Meteor ad; Colour ad for ATW, Canada's leading towel; What They Said Would Happen - what Maclean's writers have predicted in the past; Nice colour ad for Tex-Made flannelette blankets; Clyde Gilmour looks back over 50 years of movies - wonderful archival illustrations; Colour Molson Export Ale ad; Nice colour photo Coke ad on back cover shows boy buying bottle for girl at pop machine at golf club. Front cover detached but present, otherwise average wear. A particularly wonderful vintage Maclean's issue. 
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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, September (Sept.) 13, 1958 - Klondike!, Berton, Pierre; Frayne, T.; Fraser, B.; Gardner, R.; Porter, M.; Garner, Hugh; Newman, P.C.; Tyrwhitt, J.; Et al
10 Berton, Pierre; Frayne, T.; Fraser, B.; Gardner, R.; Porter, M.; Garner, Hugh; Newman, P.C.; Tyrwhitt, J.; Et al Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, September (Sept.) 13, 1958 - Klondike!
Canada Maclean Hunter / Key Publishers 1958 First Edition Single Issue Magazine Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Hegg, Eric A. (cover); Thorne, John; Whalley, Peter; Simpkins 
84 pages. Features: Klondike - first of four parts; Syd Halter - The Canadian Football League's (CFL's) First Czar; Edmonton's Jasper Ave - article with great colour photos.; Deep River, Ontario - almost the perfect place to live - photo-illustrated article.. Nice Colour Ads include: Massey-Ferguson; Caterpillar - Trans-Canada Highway; Kingsbeer; Labatt's Pilsener; O'Keefe Old Vienna Beer; Hertz Car Rental (back cover). Nice one-page 1965 Philco TV ad features their models 4656, 4242 Predicta, 4660, 4642, and 4236. Unmarked with average wear. Address label removed from front cover. A sound vintage copy. 
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Canadian Aviation Historical Society (CAHS) Journal, Winter 2010, Vol. 48, No. 4 - The Curtiss HS-2L and the Beginnings of a National Air Force, Billing, Brick; Halliday, Hugh; Stachiw, Tony; Griffin, John
11 Billing, Brick; Halliday, Hugh; Stachiw, Tony; Griffin, John Canadian Aviation Historical Society (CAHS) Journal, Winter 2010, Vol. 48, No. 4 - The Curtiss HS-2L and the Beginnings of a National Air Force
Ottawa Canadian Aviation Historical Society (CAHS) 2010 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Botting, Allan 
Pages 114-143 Many great black and white photos. Features: Deliverum Non Dunkum - No. 1 Overseas Ferry Unit; The Crash of KB914; The Curtiss HS-2L and the Beginnings of a National Air Force (part 2); ; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, 4 July 1959 - Scandal of Our Lost Art Treasures, Bodsworth, Fred; Newman, Peter C.; Hardy, W.G.; Curry, Ralph L.; MacLennan, Hugh; et al
12 Bodsworth, Fred; Newman, Peter C.; Hardy, W.G.; Curry, Ralph L.; MacLennan, Hugh; et al Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, 4 July 1959 - Scandal of Our Lost Art Treasures
Toronto Maclean Hunter / Key Publishers 1959 First Edition Single Issue Magazine Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Whalley, Peter (cover); Colville, Alex 
48 pages. Features: Brief piece on North Vancouver sprinter Harry Jerome; Non-Profits should pay taxes; Bruce Bairnsfather and his friend, Old Bill; Studebaker Lark car ad; The Scandal of our lost art treasures - while our museums were buying Chinese and Greek antiquities foreign collectors practically swept this country bare of irreplaceable native relics and pioneer art - article with colour photos of impressive U.S. collections of northwest coast native art; John Diefenbaker shows his souvenirs of John A. MacDonald; The Day Canada Was Born - interesting photo-illustrated article about July 1, 1867; The Unknown Years of Stephen Leacock - photo-illustrated article; The Languid and Lovely St. John River; Canada House in London - Everybody's Home Away From Home; How I Came to Burn Sir John A. - Bruce Hutchison convesses to a youthful sin; CNR passenger train ad; Canadian Army recruiting ad features their work in the Gaza Strip; Colour-photo Coke ad on back cover shows kids under sprinkler; and more. Scratching/tearing to upper corner of front cover and first few pages, otherwise unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Wide World Magazine - The Magazine for Everybody, Vol. XLIV - No. 261, January (Jan.) 1920 - Two Balloonatics, Brand, J.B.; Bourne, George;Franck, H.A.; Yerburgh, The Rev. W.H.B.; White, Capt. T.W.; Thomason, Hugh; Pocock, R.; Chinnery, E.W.P.; Mander, Lionel; McMahon, (MeMahon?) T.J.; Et al
13 Brand, J.B.; Bourne, George;Franck, H.A.; Yerburgh, The Rev. W.H.B.; White, Capt. T.W.; Thomason, Hugh; Pocock, R.; Chinnery, E.W.P.; Mander, Lionel; McMahon, (MeMahon?) T.J.; Et al The Wide World Magazine - The Magazine for Everybody, Vol. XLIV - No. 261, January (Jan.) 1920 - Two Balloonatics
London George Newnes, Ltd. 1920 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Robinson, T.H.; Gillett, F.; Horne, A.E.; Cleaver, Ralph; Brightwell, L.R.; Prater, Ernest; Tennant, Dudley; Webb, Arch.; Black, A. & M.; Soper, G.; Coller, Hy. 
Pages 177-272, plus 16 pages of great ads. Features: The Blue Bandits - Part 1 - Elusive thieves operate in the Franco-Italian villages on either side of the frontier in the French department of the Hautes Alpes and the Italian district of Monte Viso; How I Lost My Christmas Dinner - hilarious story of a Christmas spent with the Maori adherents of self-styled "prophet" Rua - article with photos; On Foot Through South America - Part 2 - photo-illustrated account of Harry A. Franck's visit to Quito and his tramp through Ecuador; The Last Voyage of H.M.S. "Drake" - a vivid glimpse of the perils of convoy work and the "price of Admiralty"; ; The Trials of a Naturalist's Wife - Part 1; My Two Years' Captivity Among the Turks - Part 1of Airman Capt. T.W.White's adventures and daring escape; The Moonshiners - what happened when the author stumbled into a camp of Tennessee moonshiners; Photo of thousands of snakes at breeding time in the Klamath Falls, Oregon area; The Wonderland of the Arctic - description of a trip to Danish Greenland, with photos; In Quest of Cannibals - Part 3 - exploration and adventure in unknown New Guinea; Photo of German "Death Clock" constructed primarily of skulls and other bones; Two Balloonatics - an exciting balloon adventure from just before the war (WWI); Treasure Island - great photo-illustrated article about the remote South Pacific island of Nauru; The Mad Millionaire - how vast wealth came unexpectedly to a poor Mexican Indian, and the tragedy that ensued; The Sacred Mountain - photo-illustrated account of a picturesque Tibetan pilgrimage; The Resurrection of "Red" Wilson - an exciting story of the old days in the south-west, when the Apaches were still a terror in the land; Photo of a lakatoi (lakatois) New Guinea boat. Somewhat above-average wear. Unmarked. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue. 
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Country Gentleman Magazine - The Magazine for Better Farming, Better Living, December (Dec.) 1952 - They're Wrecking Soil Conservation, Brick, John; Bennett, Hugh H.; Et al
14 Brick, John; Bennett, Hugh H.; Et al Country Gentleman Magazine - The Magazine for Better Farming, Better Living, December (Dec.) 1952 - They're Wrecking Soil Conservation
USA Curtis Pub Co 1952 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Bingham, James; Addison 
108 pages. Features: They're Wrecking Soil Conservation; Farrowing Ideas You Can Use; Springboard to Farm Ownership; New Insecticide Stops Rootworm; Golden Bough of Christmas; Carry Your Pasture to the Cows; Your Land Can Give More; Save $1 per Hog with Less Protein; Wonder Sorghums with Drug System; Step Saving in a Stanchion Barn. Ads include: Allis-Chalmers Roto-Baler - color photo (ahead of its time?) 1952 Buick; Texaco ad features Charles C. Hoover of Medford, OR, Walter Sylvester of Battle Creek, MI, and Bill Stephens of Sheldon, TX (tiny clipping from this ad); Champion spark plug ad features Copeland Greene of Genessee Depot, WI; Case tractors and equipment; Homelite chainsaws; Studebaker's 100th anniversary; Oliver OC-3 crawler tractor; International Minerals & Chemicals; 1953 Plymouth; Massey-Harris 90, 80 and 70 combines; John Deere 60 tractor (color); United States Steel ad includes photo of Mr. R.G. White of Mineral Point, WI; Lombard chainsaws; McCulloch chainsaws; The Ferguson 30 tractor; Dodge pickups; Lee jeans; Arvin radio; Camel cigarettes (with Santa!); Suggested Christmas toy gifts; Ball-brand boots; Hudson Hornet car (gorgeous color!); Tide detergent (back cover). Center page loose but present. Unmarked with average wear. A quality vintage copy. 
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The Wide World Magazine, March 1944 - The Man Who Lost Face, Brockie, Constable W.; Tench, C.V.; Nyberg, Captain Charles E.R.; Martyn, T.; McMaines, F.M.; Samuel, EdwardTaylor, Carl N.; Easterbrook, W.H.; Thomason, Capt. Hugh; Robertson, Wilfrid; Andrew, B. Le M.; Berry, Mike
15 Brockie, Constable W.; Tench, C.V.; Nyberg, Captain Charles E.R.; Martyn, T.; McMaines, F.M.; Samuel, EdwardTaylor, Carl N.; Easterbrook, W.H.; Thomason, Capt. Hugh; Robertson, Wilfrid; Andrew, B. Le M.; Berry, Mike The Wide World Magazine, March 1944 - The Man Who Lost Face
London George Newnes, Ltd. 1944 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall Treslian, S.; 
Pages 291-348 plus several pages of great vintage ads. Features: "Killer Sleeman" - a Mountie's challenge handling a cop-killer; The Man Who Lost Face - a young ship's officer gets in the bad books of Chinese smugglers; The Inventor of the "Rugger" - William Webb Ellis; Amateur Bandit; A Paraguayan Dance - wild and wooly doings; "Humpie" - the unfortunate choice of a gold-seeking partner; Crocodiles in Northern Australia - article with great photos; The Clue of the Single Finger-Print - Part III of the robbery ofthe First National Bank at Lamar, Colorado and the bloody aftermath; "Bhang" - the smoking of this forbidden narcotic in Africa; My Elephant Drive - a tale from the Belgian Congo - with photos; Madui's Curse - a Rhodesian tale; Beachcombers' Luck - an amusing story from the British Columbia coast; Fish-Spearing in the South Seas; and more. Above-average external wear. Covers attached but nearly loose. Contents clean and unmarked. A worthy copy. 
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Liberty  - Canada's Young Family Magazine, March (Mar.) 1959 - Marilyn Monroe Cover, Brooks, Walter; Garner, Hugh; Dempsey, David; Duffy, Jack; McCoy, Doris; et al
16 Brooks, Walter; Garner, Hugh; Dempsey, David; Duffy, Jack; McCoy, Doris; et al Liberty - Canada's Young Family Magazine, March (Mar.) 1959 - Marilyn Monroe Cover
Toronto Liberty 1959 First Edition Single Issue Magazine Fair 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Whalley, Len 
68 pages. Features: Marilyn Monroe cover photo; Don't Turn Your Son into a Housewife; How Manitoba Civilized its Barbaric Liquor Laws; How the Wives of Geniuses Suffer; Jack Duffy writes of "Me and My Shadow, Frank Sinatra"; Fascinating article on Czech and Balkan Canadians - "Over 250,000 have come here, fleeing Nazis & Reds - they feud over their Slavic republics, are volatile, hospitable and craftsmen" - with many interesting photos; My life as the wife of a Halifax sailor; Boyne Johnston and his $260,000 spree on pilfered bank money; How Referees Handle Hockey's Wildest Blowups - Red Storey and others endure stick-swinging players, gun-toting rinksiders - article with photos, Green Mansions (Part I) - Tony Perkins finds live with Audrey Hepburn (article with photos); Marilyn Monroe - "Why I Love My High-Brow Husband (Arthur Miller)" - article with three nice photos; The Eerie World of Deaf Canadians - science is bringing powerful new hearing aids; Why I Bless the Ten Commandments; How to Be Spectacular in Spectacles - interesting photo-illustrated article on fashion eyewear; Great one-page illustrated ad for Walker's whisky features inset photo of former hockey and lacrosse star "Newsy" Lalonde; and much more. Above-average but not excessive wear. Three-inch opening to bottom of coverfold. Address label remnant at bottom of front cover. A worthy vintage copy of this great issue. 
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The National Home Monthly Magazine, September (Sept.) 1949 - Women's Penitentiary in Kingston, Ontario, Brown, Joy; Garner, Hugh; Gray, James; Brott, S.; callaghan, Morley; Cross, A.; Milne, A.A.; Castle, E.; Woodward, G.; Et al
17 Brown, Joy; Garner, Hugh; Gray, James; Brott, S.; callaghan, Morley; Cross, A.; Milne, A.A.; Castle, E.; Woodward, G.; Et al The National Home Monthly Magazine, September (Sept.) 1949 - Women's Penitentiary in Kingston, Ontario
Canada The National Home Monthly / Stovel 1949 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Wilson, R. York . (cover); Yarwood, Walter; Winter, Bill; Town, Harold; Hallam, J.; Woods, Rex 
72 pages. Features: Nice ballerina cover art by R. York Wilson; Colour ad for the Parker "51" pen inside front cover; One-page colour recruiting ad for the Canadian Army entitled V.I.P. shows young man in uniform walking on sidewalk; Nice one-page colour ad for the 1949 Monarch car shows a red two-door; Photos of the Sandler's Wells Ballet; One-page colour Waterman's Pen ad presents the Crusader, Stalwart and Dauntless; Excellent photo-illustrated article on the Women's Penitentiary in Kingston; The River (short story); Toronto the Terrible - photo-illustrated article by Hugh Garner; Daniel Boone and his trusty Five-Iron (golf short story); Can Les Lear and the Calgary Stampeders (football club) Make It? - photo-illustrated article; Ram's Way (short story about a cop); Simis - photo-illustrated article on the Service d'Information Montreal Information Service which answers questions about anything (permitted by law) by phone - with photos of Roger Nadeau - a fascinating predecessor to modern-day search engines; One-page Seagram ad features grain threshing scene with horse-drawn wagon; Morley Callaghan explains how to talk to high-brows; Massey-Harris one-page colour ad features tractor in rural European town; Elegant half-page colour-photo ad for Sovereign Potters presents their Montcalm Pattern, Number 718; Nice half-page Canadian Admiral Corp. ad presents their model 5V12 radio-phonograph; Article on Teen-agers in Hollywood includes photos of Elizabeth Taylor, Joan Evans, Terry Moore, Shirley Temple, Barbara Lawrence and Claudia Barrett; Article on the wonderful freedom in Canada, compared to post-war Europe; Uncommon half-page ad for Black Horse Brewery explains why rice is thrown at weddings; Colour one-page Calvert Distillers ad says "The Canadian Family Owes Much to... Ireland"; One-page photo ad for Northern Electric's Gainaday 200 washing machine; Half-page colour-photo ad for Canada Dry; One-page colour-photo Marboleum ad shows nostalgic 1949 kitchen design; One-page colour-photo ad for Singer Sewing Centers; One-page colour-photo ad for Northumbria Sterling Silver cutlery; Back to school fashion photos; Nice half-page colour ad for Aylmer canned peaches; Half-page colour ad for Heinz Vinegars; Article on table manners for children; Half-page colour-photo Baker's Coconut ad; One-page colour-photo ad for Burns Corned Beef Hash, Wieners and Beans, and Chili Con Carne; Recipes for preserves; World Sayings; Colour ad inside back cover for Wabasso Cottons shows lady making bed; Back cover colour ad for O'Keefe's features lovely illustration by Rex Woods of penny bazaar scene with boy buying muffin; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A nice copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN) Magazine, October 30, 1954 -  Cover Photo of Field Marshal Viscount Montgomery of Alamein at the Salute After Unveiling Alamein Memorial on October 24, Bryant, Arthur.; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril
18 Bryant, Arthur.; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril The Illustrated London News (ILN) Magazine, October 30, 1954 - Cover Photo of Field Marshal Viscount Montgomery of Alamein at the Salute After Unveiling Alamein Memorial on October 24
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd. 1954 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Duvelleroy, J.; Karsh; Captain the Hon. Henry Hugh Clifford, V.C.; Carnon, Roy 
Pages 485-524.. Features: Unveiling the El Alamein Memorial; Nice colour-photo ad inside front cover for Imperial Leather features lady with fan - #3 of a series; Nice one-page ad for RGD radio and television features Lady Isobel Barnett; Full-page Vauxhall ad; Photos of treaties signed in Cairo, Delhi and Paris; Inquiry into the Comet airliner disasters - results of tests at Farnborough; Photos of the Queen in South-West LAncashire; William Willis aboard the "Seven Little Sisteres" raft upon which he drifted across the Pacific; The Emperor of Ethiopia honoured at Oxford; One-page photo portrait of Montgomery of Alamein; Nice two-page cutaway illustration of the H.M.S. Vidal, the Navy's new survey ship and the first to be equipped with a helicopter flight deck; One-page photo of the Library of the New University City of Mexico - entirely covered with pictorial mosaic, plus two additional pages of photos of the University; Scenes of Queen Mother leaving for U.S. and Canada; Colour photos of grim ice-armoured Himalayan peaks; Centerfold colour reproductions of paintings by the Hon. Henry Hugh Clifford, V.C. of The Field of Inkerman, Lord Raglan's room, a truce to bury the dead, after Balaclava, and the attack on the Redan - scenes from the Crimean War against Tsarist Russia; Reproduction of 1890 photo of the surviving members of the Light Brigade; Looking back to the charge of the Light Brigade and other actions of the Crimean War; Photos of the new Sacred Heart Cathedral at Newark, New Jersey; Samples of paintings which cheat the eye; Personalities of the week includeAir Chief-Marshal Sir C. Medhurst, Vladimir Kutz, Nina Otkalenko, and Japanese Prime Minister Shigeru Yoshida; Classy colour-photo ad for United States Lines inside back cover highlights the luxurious amenities; Colour Reed Paper ad on back cover by Roy Carnon features large transformer; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), June 7, 1941 - Sinking of the "Bismarck", Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril
19 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril The Illustrated London News (ILN), June 7, 1941 - Sinking of the "Bismarck"
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1941 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Davis, G.H.; Turner, C.E.; De Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 725-756. Features: Cover photo-portrait of FDR; Photo of Admiral Sir John Cronyn Tovey being piped on board H.M.S. "Prince of Wales"; One-page photo of coastal command station armourers getting ready to bomb up; Eight photos of the vigils of the coastal command - bomb preparation, photo-processing, anti-aircraft stations, operations room and telegraphy section; Two pages of explanatory illustrations show how aircraft carriers, fighter and reconnaissance planes have revolutionised naval warfare and influenced naval architecture; Photos of recen Nazi vandalism - damage to Gray's Inn, the wrecked Canterbury Music Hall, Serjeants Inn, Queen Victoria St., and Dublin; Two pages with fifteen photos of bomb damage to the destroyed Church of the Knights Templar; The Fleet and its Air Arm (article); Air photo of Mannheim-on-the-Rhine shows destroyed western span of Autobahn bridge; Dramatic two-page illustration of "Catalina" under heavy fire as it spots the Bismarck in a heavy sea; Two-page illustration of the last of the "Bismarck", shelled, bombed and on fire as the Nazi mammoth is torpedoed by H.M.S. "Dorsetshire"; Thre photos of the last of the "Bismarck", including dozens of heads of bobbing survivors floating in the sea; Scene in "Petticoat Lane" where, on June 1st, rationing of clothing, cloth and footwear came into force; Photo of Averill Harriman welcoming the first of four million eggs to Britain from the U.S.; Photo of some of the few "Bismarck" survivors being landed at a British port; Photo of H.M.S. "York" which was lost; Photos of personalities of the week include the pilot of the "Catalina" which discovered the fleeing "Bismarck", Lieut. B. Stubbs, Dr. Kurt Heinrich Reith, Max Schmeling, King Victor Emanuel of Italy, Sir Hugh Walpole, Prajadhipok - Prince of Sukhodaya, Lord Cadman, and Admiral Boehm; Photos of Ilkley, which won War Weapons Week; Photos of Haile Selassie's Return to Addis Adaba; Illustratins of bombed Wren Churches - Christ's, St. Mildred's, St. Andrew's, St. James's, Piccadilly, and St. Anne; Interesting one-page Guiness ad entitled "Guiness at Waterloo - and Guinness today". Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A quality vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, April (Apr. 25), 1964 - The Aswan High Dam, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; et al
20 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; et al The Illustrated London News, April (Apr. 25), 1964 - The Aswan High Dam
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch 1964 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Flanders, Dennis; Wood, Ashwell; Shackleton, Keith 
Pages 629-668 plus 4 pages of ads. Features: Nice one-page colour photo ad for Holland-America line; One-page ad for the Daimler 2 1/2 Litre V8 Saloon; Great one-page colour photo ad for the MG Midget, Mk II sports convertible (red); Cover photo portrait of the Queen Mother presenting badminton trophy to Capt. J. R. Templer; Photo of the international conference on the problem of sanctions against South Africa at Friends' House, London; Photo of commissioning ceremony of the new tribal class frigate 'Zulu'; Photo of the first of three new car ferries for the Western Isles, 'Hebrides", passing Oban war memorial on her way to Tarbert; Photo of "St. George of England", new ocean racing yacht being lowered into the water on April 17; Photo of famous actors attending Southwark Cathedral in commemoration of the Quatercentenary of Shakespeare's birth; Photo of Peter Garbutt, Capt. of Crook Town, holding the Amateur Cup as he leads his victorious team on a lap of honour around Wembley; Photo of Mrs. John Logie Baird presenting award to TV announcer Miss Sylvia Peters; Photo of Jack Brabham winning the Aintree International "200" race on April 18; Article on the perplexing developments in Cyprus; Photo of Syrian Maj. Gen. Amin Hafiz speaking in Damascus after armed revolt in Hama; Photo of Brezhnev presenting Khrushchev with medal on the premier's 70th birthday; Photo of Shaikh Abdullah speaking to crowd during his tour of the Kashmir Valley for independence; Photo of Danny Nowell in San Francisco hospital after terrifying fall from balloon; Photo of floating powerstation in ice-free dock at the Thule Air Force Base, Greenland; Photo of presentation of colours at Beersheba, Israel, during 16th Independence Day celebration; Photo of Italy's smiling president Antonio Segni in Milan motorcade; Photo of Queen Juliana of the Netherlands climbing ruins at the ancient city of Teotihuacan in Mexico; photo of Pres. Nyerere of Tanganyika inspecting guard of honour of the third Battalion of the Nigerian Army; Photo of delegation of the People's Republic of Poland visiting Khrushchev on April 13; Photo of Israeli Pres. Shazar and president Grunitzky of Togo signing friendship pact in Jerusalem; Photo of Pres. Nasser and Field Marshal Hakim Amer observing naval manoeuvres off Alexandria; Photo of the Sultan of Muscat visiting the tribal class frigate 'Nubian'with rear admiral J. E. Scotland; Book review of "A Start In Freedom" by Sir Hugh Foot; Photo illustrated article on Soviet archaeology - the search for lost Dioscuria in the Eastern Black Sea; Photos and text describe finds in the Sukhumi Bay waters; Celebrations of Shakespeare; Centrefold illustration of Stratford-upon-Avon; Impressive photos and text describe the Aswan High Dam; Page of photos of the Duchess of Gloucester and Queen Mother visiting Scotland; Photos of personalities of the week include Sergei Khrushchev, Miss Rachel Carson, Col. Stewart Blacker, Harold Scott, Harold Shearman, Ian Smith (new Prime Minister for Southern Rhodesia), Winston Field, Justice Edmund Davies, Michael Foot, Mrs. M. P. Kendrick, Pres. DeGaulle, Mrs. Geraldine Mock (greeted by her husband at Oakland after completing her solo flight around the world), and Prince Souvanna Phouma; Impressive two-page illustration of the new face of the Royal Navy - carriers, frigates, submarines and auxiliaries of today's fleet; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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