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The Illustrated London News, April (Apr. 25), 1964 - The Aswan High Dam, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; et al
1 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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The Illustrated London News, August (Aug.) 10, 1963 - Photos of Early Dubai, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; et al
2 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; et al The Illustrated London News, August (Aug.) 10, 1963 - Photos of Early Dubai
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch 1963 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall de Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 185-220 plus 4 pages of ads. Features: Sensational page of six photos, with text, illustrating Dubai, the primary port and one of the most progressive towns in Trucial Oman - includes the Customs Building, the new bridge, Shaikh Rashid Bin Said, a general view of the town, the Al-Gaz Hotel, the old palace, and more; Cover photo of the Queen Mother upon her 63rd birthday; Article on the Moscow Test-Ban Treaty with photo of DeGaulle; Photo of the Vickers Hovertruck in action; Photo of the Corporal missile on parade at Larkhill; Photo of Mr. David Tapp driving his tractor, The Seahorse, across the English Channel; Photo of champion racing driver Graham Hill aboard replica of a Ford Quadricycle, marking the centenary of Henry Ford who is shown separately driving a Quadricycle in 1904; Photo of spectators swarming onto the pitch at Headingley after West Indies triumph in fourth test match; Illustration of the eminent conductor, Mr. Basil Cameron; Page of fascinating text and photos explain war in Yemen between the Royalist and Republican forces; Photo of engine of wrecked WWII British bomber found in Dutch field; Photo of examination of first wreckage recovered from the U.A.R. Comet which crashed in the Indian Ocean on July 28, killing 62 persons including 26 Boy Scouts from the Philippines; Photos of Japanese Emperor Hirohito examining marine life on Hayama Beach, Japan; Dramatic photos of rescue efforts at Skopje, Yugoslavia after earthquake; Photo of Peru's president-elect, Signor Fernando Belaunde Terry; Amazing photo of huge Australian wedge-tailed Eagle named 'Widgie' landing on the arm of young John Ryder who rescued the bird when it fell from its nest in its youth; Photo of the Bishop of Caltagirone blessing and Italian cradle bound for the unborn child of President Kennedy; Photo of disarmament conference at Geneva; Photo of Orville Freeman presenting Indian peace pipe to Khrushchev on July 30; Book review of "Dieppe - The Shame And The Glory", by Terrence Robertson; Page of news and illustrations from 100 years ago includes New York riots, reoccupation of Jackson, Mississippi, by the Confederates, and balloon reconnaissance at Aldershott; One page photo of London Heliolaters (swimmers) at the Oasis Pool, Holborn, during the fifth day of the current heatwave; Delacroix Centennial exhibition in the Louvre; Illustrated article on the highways and houses of Salsisbury before redevelopment; Major coverage of biblical Shechem in Jordan - its history and current excavations; Photo of Chesterfield Cup horserace at Goodwood on July 31; Aerial photo of Eastbourne showing the Devonshire Park lawn tennis courts; Photos of personalities of the week include Dr. Carl Borgward, Lady Hudson, Sir Horace Clark, Sir Robert Chapman, Miss Claudia Mcpherson of Canada (the youngest Channel swimmer), Miss Jane Allday, six railwaymen who have become mayors in South Wales, Harold Philby (granted asylum in Russia), Jazzman Don Aloysius Gordon (freed on appeal of assault charge), John Grigg, Lord Stansgate with his wife (now Mr. Wedgwood Benn and a commoner), and Mr. St. Clair; Four photos and text of 100 foot first century Roman ship discovered in the Blackfriars mud; Two pages of amazing photos and text describe dystopian life inside a communist Chinese agricultural commune - an exclusive glimpse of life behind the bamboo curtain; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A sound copy of this wonderful issue. 
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The Illustrated London News, May 16 1964 - Repairs to Stonehenge / New York World's Fair, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; et al
3 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; et al The Illustrated London News, May 16 1964 - Repairs to Stonehenge / New York World's Fair
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch 1964 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Wood, L. Ashwell; Driscoll, Barry L.; Beaton, Cecil 
Pages 749-800 plus 4 pages of ads. Features: Nice one-page colour photo ad for the Riley elf Mark II Car (red); One page colour photo add for Harvey's Bristol Cream shows seen in art gallery; One page colour photo add for Harvey's Bristol Dry shows man examining painting; Cover page photo of crane lifting huge fallen stone lintel at Stonehenge; Article on the future of Africa with photo of opening of the Northern Rhodesia independence conference on May 5; Photo of fallen balustrade on the Sinclair Road in Hammersmith; Photo of Kenneth Kuanda addressing opening session of the Northern Rhodesia independence conference; Photo of 320 debutantes giving mass curtsey to the Countess of Mansfield at Queen Charlotte's birthday ball at Grosvenor House on May 5; Photo of Dame Ninette De Valois receiving acclamation of the Royal Ballet and audience at the gala performance at Covent Garden on May 7; Photo of political leaders at the Mansion House launching national appeal for a memorial to Pres. Kennedy; Photos of the Queen Mother and the Duchess of Gloucester at London events; Five photos of the Duke of Edinburgh around and about; Article on Aden, Pres. Nasser and Yemen; Five photos of Khrushchev's state visit to Cairo, including image of Egyptian girl who has thrown herself on the hood of the limo carrying Khrushchev and Nasser; Photo of the launching of Japan's largest postwar submarine, Oshio, at Kobe; Photo of airliner wreckage at Concord, California after the pilot of a Pacific Airlines plane was shot mid-flight; Photo of major damage to destroyer Decatur after clear weather collision with aircraft carrier Lake Champlain off Virginia; Photo of signing of the Japanese British agreement on the consular convention by Mr. Butler and the Japanese Foreign Minister in Tokyo; Photo of Sir Roy Welensky in his garden, Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia; Photo of the first Canadian High Commissioner, Mr. Norman Berlis, presenting his letters of introduction to Mr. Kenyatta; Photo of Gen. Franco relaxing with brush and paint behind the Prado palace in Madrid; Photo of 60,000 people meeting on the mountain of Montejurra, Spain for the traditional Carlist rally; Photo of Pres. Ben Bella of Algeria receiving Order of Lenin in Moscow; Photo of the Shah of Persia (Iran) pouring first concrete for the Latian Dam; Photo of Mrs. Jerrie Mock being decorated by Pres. Johnson; Photo of planned Jordan River water diversion to counter Israel's plans of water diversion; Photo of Finnish UN troops in Nicosia after a 40 mile bike ride from Dhekelia; Photo illustrated article on continuing excavations at Ephesus and Roman apartment houses uncovered, Part 1; A survey of the New York World's Fair, 1964-65; Two pages of photos of amusement centres and inside pavilions at the New York World's fair; Wonderful one page colour photo of the Unisphere at the World's Fair; Excellent colour centrefold panoramic map/guide to the New York World's Fair - 646 acres of pavilions and amusement gardens at Flushing Meadow; Excellent cover photo of the New York State Pavilion, with its 100 foot "Tent of Tomorrow"; Several additional pages of photos of the World's Fair; Page of photos of General Motors' Futurama trip and other items; Two pages of photos of Etruscan art in Florence - a little-known field of sculpture; Two pages of photos of Master James Ogilvy and his parents; Photos of personalities of the week include Dr. José Maza, the Duke of Primo de Rivera, John Molloy, Lieut. Gen. Sir: Barber, Mr. Andrew Stewart, Sir Roland Robinson, Mr. J. Guthrie Brown, author Leon Uris and Dr. Wladislaw Dering (who sued Uris for libel because of content in the book Exodus), Dr. Heenan (who made a statement about contraception), Mahmoud Jaifi, the late Sir Ben Smith, the late Mrs. Marjorie McIntosh, the late Miss Marie Kendall, and Sir James Greg; Two pages of text and photos of a variety of African musical instruments; Two pages of text and photos describe British troop involvement in heavy guerrilla fighting in the Radfan mountain area on the Yemeni-Aden border; Dramatic photo of firefighters battling flames in the new Bond Street showrooms of the Chappell music company on May 6; Nice one-page colour photo ad for Gordon's special dry London gin features young lady with massive (Photo-shopped?) brown dog; One-page Barclay's Bank ad shows little girl whose coin has fallen into drain; One page colour photo ad for the Humber super snipe car (dark blue); One-page photo ad for the new Vignale-designed Flavia convertible by Lancia; One page colour photo ad for Brooke Marine Ltd and their 'Ocean Pilot' deep water cruisers; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, September (Sept.) 20, 1964 -  The Peasant is Half of Russia, Crankshaw, Edward; Streit, Peggy; Hacker, Andrew; Packard, Vance; Galton, Lawrence; Hunter, Marjorie; Chase, Edward T.; Shuster, Alvin; Keats, John; Glueck, Grace; Carr, Archie; Maldonado, A.W.
4 Crankshaw, Edward; Streit, Peggy; Hacker, Andrew; Packard, Vance; Galton, Lawrence; Hunter, Marjorie; Chase, Edward T.; Shuster, Alvin; Keats, John; Glueck, Grace; Carr, Archie; Maldonado, A.W. The New York Times Magazine, September (Sept.) 20, 1964 - The Peasant is Half of Russia
New York The New York Times 1964 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall de Vries, Paul; Falk, Sam; Tames, George; Calhoun, C.A.; Hortens, W.; Choplin, Leo; McDaniel, J.W.; Cleff, Bernie; Anderson, Doug; Secchiaroli, Tazio; Landau, Ely; Manning, Jack; Burns, Pat; Perl, Susan; Deschamps, Robert; Moore, James 
136 pages. Features: Gorgeous color-photo fashion ads; The Farmer Frustrates Khrushchev - the peasant who would rather work for himself than the state helps keep Soviet output down; The Peasant - Half of Russia - great photos; Why They Fight for the P.A.T. (Parents and Taxpayers Group) - pairing schools to obtain racial balance; Britain's Political Style is Not Like Ours; The Walls Do Have Ears - the electronic art of listening in on other people's conversations has reached new heights; A New Canal Dug By Atom Bombs - fascinating illustrated proposal to use nukes to create a new Panama Canal; The Job of White House Housekeeper - Anne Lincoln; Four Days Shalt Thou Labor? - the rise of technology pushes for shorter work weeks; Stamps for Art's Sake - new U.S. stamp dedicated to the arts was designed by Stuart Davis; Fantastic Dan River fashion ad shows man standing between steam rollers; Where the Old Cars Go; Which Sex Owns the Pants? - where will the trend end?; Nice one-page ad for Jerry Vale song albums; Cesar Romero is featured in Petrocelli suit ad; Article on African ants; Getting into the Act - photos of Peter Fonda, Pia Lindstrom, Lynn Redgrave, Mia Farrow, Tim Rooney and Edward Albert; The Puerto Rican Tide Begins to Turn - Migrants returning to their island now match the numbers moving to the island of Manhattan; Photos of Glamour Fashions by Tiers; The Making of a Conscience; Uncommon Tuffies ad shows boys playing roller hockey; One-page color ad for Grace Line shows their large fleet at sea; Nice one-page color-photo ad for Bolla wine; Heublein Cocktails ad features formal color photo of Michael Rennie; One-page color Benson & Hedges ad features badges of American President Lines, Matson Navigation, Italian Line, Furness lines, Cunard Steam-Ship Company and United States Lines; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Saturday Evening Post, February (Feb.) 1, 1958 -  Calvin Coolidge's Cuba Visit, Forrest, W.; Macken, W.; Katkov, N.; McNeil, S.; Smith, B. Jr.; Cope, M.; Alsop, S.; Martin, J.; Fox, S.; Ambros, M.; Davidson, G.
5 Forrest, W.; Macken, W.; Katkov, N.; McNeil, S.; Smith, B. Jr.; Cope, M.; Alsop, S.; Martin, J.; Fox, S.; Ambros, M.; Davidson, G. The Saturday Evening Post, February (Feb.) 1, 1958 - Calvin Coolidge's Cuba Visit
USA Curtis 1958 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Clymer, John (cover); Bingham; Rockwell, Douglass; Bowler, John; 
88 pages. Short Stories: Perilous Ascent; The Cruel Cage; Honor System; The Girl Who Took Sun Baths. Articles: To Cuba with Calvin Coolidge - great photo-illustrated article; Amazing Half Pint - Pittsburgh's Don Hennon; Behind Khrushchev's Smile; The Changing Midwest (last of 4 articles); Secrets from my Mother's Kitchen; Rough Road Home (3rd of 5 articles); I have 2,500 sons - Lt. Gen. Garrison H. Davidson and his West Point cadets; The Case of the Footloose Doll - beginning a thrilling new Perry Mason mystery (part 1 of 8). Ads: Nice Ramber car ad inside front cover; Campbell's Tomato Soup; Pontiac - color photo with Vertijet in background; Lucky Strike cigarettes; Stauffer Home Reducing Plan; Thorexin; Fisher Body "Sound Barrier"; Speed Queen; Cushman Eagle and Road King; Dinty Moore Beef Stew; Glidden Spred Satin Paint; Camel cigarette color-photo ad on back cover features one-man helicopter piloted by Dick Peck. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, August (Aug.) 25, 1963 - March on Washington Cover Photos, Harriman, W. Averell; Shaffer, Samuel; Huxtable, Ada Louise; Davies, John Paton Jr.; Hussey, Charles; Wechsberg, Joseph
6 Harriman, W. Averell; Shaffer, Samuel; Huxtable, Ada Louise; Davies, John Paton Jr.; Hussey, Charles; Wechsberg, Joseph The New York Times Magazine, August (Aug.) 25, 1963 - March on Washington Cover Photos
New York The New York Times 1963 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Falk, Sam; Topping, Audrey; Einsel, Walter; Schapiro, Steve; Miller, Marilyn 
72 pages. Features: Cover photo of preparations for the March on Washington; Nice one-page ad for the Peugeot 404; Many marvelous color-photo fashion ads; What the (March on Washington) Marchers Really Want - with contributions by Martin Luther King (MLK), Dr. Kenneth B. Clark, Roy Wilkins, James Farmer and James Baldwin - plus many photos of protesters holding signs; An Appraisal of Khrushchev by Harriman; Hubert Humphrey Comes on Strong - article with photo of him with JFK; New Patterns for City Housing - including award-winning designs by Robert Holmes, Robert Wright and Michael Wurmfeld; Five Suggestions to improve our Latin-American Policy; Britain's politically ambitious Lords may now renounce their titles and seek election to the Commons; The Red Cross - a Century of Dedication; Dan River ad features attractive model... in dungeon with torturer...; Lovely Mooresville Mills color centerfold ad; B. Altman & Co. footwear ad; Fascinating article on GE's development of TV in 1928, including photo of Dr. E.F.W. Alexanderson watching the first TV broadcast on the tiny screen of his first set; Nice color-photo ad for Shakespeare Cuban Cigars features Ralph Schuyler Williams, "Mr. Havana Cigar"; Where Does Character Come From?; Photos of wicker furniture; Mice McGregor men's fashion ad on back cover features red shirts and ties. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy 
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The Saturday Evening Post, July 20, 1957 - We Were Trapped By Radioactive Fallout / They Turn the Money On and Off, Household, Geoffrey; Murphy, Robert; Covert, Allice; Heuman, William; Clark, Dr. John C.; Williamson, Samuel; Alsop, Joseph; Lyon, Peter; Martin, Harold; Worden, William; Farrell, Cliff; Kelland, C.
7 Household, Geoffrey; Murphy, Robert; Covert, Allice; Heuman, William; Clark, Dr. John C.; Williamson, Samuel; Alsop, Joseph; Lyon, Peter; Martin, Harold; Worden, William; Farrell, Cliff; Kelland, C. The Saturday Evening Post, July 20, 1957 - We Were Trapped By Radioactive Fallout / They Turn the Money On and Off
USA The Curtis Publishing Company 1957 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Hughes, George (cover); Dmitri, Ivan; Briggs, Austin; Buckham, Lynn; Moore, Robert; 
112 pages. Fiction: Treasure Hunt; Untamable; Assignment - Danger; I'm the Jealous Type; California Passage (part 4 of 8); The Artless Heiress (conclusion). Articles: We were trapped by radioactive fallout - now nine scientists were caught 20 miles from ground zero when the biggest H-bomb of all went off at Bikini atoll; The care and eating of lobsters; Khrushchev has his troubles, too; Sleuth amoung the roller coasters - Bill Olsen is amusement park inspector at Coney Island; Can we stay rich?; - Part II - The Federal Reserve turn the money on and off; Photo of hungry combine harvester operators stopped for lunch - great nostalgic color scene on the 5,200 acre Kansas ranch of Leonard and Alfred Swart in Logan and Gove counties; Call of the northwest - why thousands of young Americans are flocking to Oregon and Washington State (with early photo of Seattle skyline. Ads: Nice two-page GM ad features California's Farr Company with a photo of many family members including Richard S. and M. Spencer; Campbell's Soup - his and hers mugs; Gleem toothpaste - with smooch photo; Early Marlboro man ad features diver; Plymouth ad features magnicent colour photo of a blue model which appears to have been taken near Sedona; Spud cigarettes; Canada Dry color photo ad of little boys on beach; GMC Truck ad. Average wear. Unmarked. Center page loose but present. Pieces missing from top of back cover, otherwise a sound vintage copy. 
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U.S. News & World Report: May 1 1961 *WILL CUBA BE RESCUED*, Lawrence, David: Editor
8 Lawrence, David: Editor U.S. News & World Report: May 1 1961 *WILL CUBA BE RESCUED*
New York, U.S.A. United States News Publishing Corporation 1961 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 
116 pages. Features: Will Cuba Be Rescued?; In Two Years - From Revolution to Ruin (Castro's Dictatorship); If Kennedy Has His Way on Taxes; As American Soldiers Moved Up Front in Laos; Back of the Delay in U.S. Missile Bases; Mystery of Soviet Spaceman - Truth or Hoax?; A "Doomsday Machine" - Last Word in the Arms Race?; Who Elected Kennedy - Here's a New Analysis; How Kennedy Differs from Ike: Study of Presidents at Work; Red Menace..Lag in Space - the President's Size-Up; Kennedy: "We Do Not Intend to Abandon Cuba"; After 10 Months, Is U.N. Getting Anywhere in the Congo?; How Canada Handles Aid to Parochial Schools; What Khrushchev Told an American Writer; Tax Credit to Help Business - As Kennedy Spells it out. Average wear. A sound copy. 
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Look Magazine, August 30, 1960  *The Bloody Story of Mussolini*, Multiple Contributors
9 Multiple Contributors Look Magazine, August 30, 1960 *The Bloody Story of Mussolini*
Des Moines, Iowa, USA Cowles Magazine, Inc. 1960 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
84 pages. Cover: Mussolini. Special Features:The Bloody Story of Mussolini "The first fascist was a power-hungry socialist who pushed Italy to war and disaster". and Why the Cold War Turned Hot - Nikita Khrushchev. Other features include: Why our Hospitals are in Trouble; TV's "Nature Boy" - Jack LaLanne; Queen Elizabeth and her Daughter...Royal look-alikes (inc 5 pages of photos); The Lives and Loves of Simone Signoret; School for Sit-Ins and Rookie on a Romp - Baltimore Orioles Ron Hansen. Full page colour vintage print ad with Harriet Nelson promoting Eastman Kodak Company. Full page black/white Peanuts Cartoon by Charles M. Schulz print advertising for 1960 Ford Falcon. Above-average wear. Water stains throughout. Small mailing label front cover bottom left. Binding sound. 
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The Saturday Evening Post, April 7, 1962  *NATALIE WOOD FEATURE*, Multiple Contributors
10 Multiple Contributors The Saturday Evening Post, April 7, 1962 *NATALIE WOOD FEATURE*
USA Curtis 1962 First Edition Paperback Fair Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: A Catalogue of Boors - a story about road rage (before the term was coined) by Corey Ford; pages 11-14 loose but present - they contain a wonderful two-page color ad for 'Jet-Smooth' Chevrolet; The Menningers of Kansas - the life and work of the men who have devoted themselves to the fight for better understanding and effective treatment of the mentally ill, part 1 of 4; People on the Way Up - Joan Lakow, John Cassavetes, LaBonnie Bianchi, Willard Scott (Scotty) Thompson; Hollywood Throwback - Natalie Wood is a screen queen in the old flamboyant tradition; Casey Stengel - after a year's layoff, the 'Ol Professor, now manager of the New York Mets, begins his second half-century in baseball; Color pages of Ford car ads; Noah would approve - Roland Lindemann's Catskill Game Farm gives dwindling species room and safety to breed; My 36 hours with Khrushchev - Drew Pearson's wife reports on her visit to the inner sanctum of Russia's 'ruling class'; Have we lost Southeast Asia? - a report on this troubled region whose principle defense against red-Chinese invasion is the almost-powerless South East Asia Treaty Organization. Somewhat above-average wear. 
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The Saturday Evening Post, December 16, 1961 *THE BERLIN CRISIS - KHRUSHCHEV'S WEAKNESS*, Multiple Contributors
11 Multiple Contributors The Saturday Evening Post, December 16, 1961 *THE BERLIN CRISIS - KHRUSHCHEV'S WEAKNESS*
USA Curtis 1961 First Edition Paperback Fair Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: Let's Put Women in Their Place - George Sumner Albee; The Berlin Crisis - Khrushchev's Weakness; People on the Way Up - Marlo Thomas, Jane FondaAlana Ladd, Bronwyn FitzSimons, Christina Crawford, Nancy Sinatra, Portland Mason; PT-109, The Adventure that made a President (conclusion); Eggheads with a big beat - The Limeliters, a singing trio that wows night-club fans - Glenn Yarbrough, Alex Hassilev, Lou Gottlieb; Adventures of the Mind - The Birth of Words, by Raymond Arthur (R.A.) Lyttleton; His Millions for the Big Outdoors - Laurence Rockefeller is head of the ORRRC - Outdoor Recreation Resources Review Commission - which is projecting the nations requirements for outdoor recreational lands for 1962, 1976 and 2000; How I Handle the Boston Celtics - by Arnold (Red) Auerbach - things you don't know about the players on basketball's most-renowned team. Above-average wear. Unmarked. Four middle pages loose but present. A worthy copy. 
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The Saturday Evening Post, December 30, 1961 *GALLUP POLL REVEALS ATTITUDES OF AMERICAN YOUTH*, Multiple Contributors
12 Multiple Contributors The Saturday Evening Post, December 30, 1961 *GALLUP POLL REVEALS ATTITUDES OF AMERICAN YOUTH*
USA Curtis 1961 First Edition Paperback Fair Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: Why are they Spoiling Florida? - Philip Wylie; Can Christians Unite? - by John A. O'Brien; The Berlin Crisis - Khrushchev's Strength - a report on life in the Soviet Union; People on the Way Up - Margaret Post, Knerr and Melin (founders of Wham-O), Janet Margolin, Pedro Sanjuan; Reprieve for Heart Victims - the mechanical resuscitator and other developments; Blackout on News - Burton W. Marvin describes lack of press freedom in Iran during his stay, 1960-61; The Wonderful Merry-Go-Round; Youth - The Cool Generation (long article with many great colour photos); Big Ego, Big Talent - Robert Horton, 'Wagon Train's' Flint McCullough. Above-average wear. Unmarked. Four middle pages loose but present. A worthy copy. 
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The Saturday Evening Post, July 14 - July 21, 1962 *DE GAULLE VS RAINIER / WARREN BEATTY / SANDY KOUFAX*, Multiple Contributors
13 Multiple Contributors The Saturday Evening Post, July 14 - July 21, 1962 *DE GAULLE VS RAINIER / WARREN BEATTY / SANDY KOUFAX*
USA Curtis 1962 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: Nice color Rambler car ad inside front cover; Who Says I'm Uncultured, by Frederick Breitenfeld Jr.; Confessions of a Block-Buster - Norris Vitchek is a Chicago real-estate agent who moves Negro families into all-white blocks - he reveals how he reaps enormous profits from racial prejudice; Riding the World's Wild Giants Waves - Great Color Photos; Brash and Rumpled Star - newcomer Warren Beatty demands superstar treatment from Hollywood; People on the Way Up - TV Emcee Nancy Clark, Grace Kelleher, Neal Williams of Go-Power Corporation; Tempest in a Riviera Teapot - a feud between De Gaulle and Prince Rainier threatens the continued independence of Monaco, the world's loveliest tax haven; How Your Children Grow - Wilton M. Krogman reveals new methods of predicting growth rates and warns parents against needless fears; Magic's Merry Mecca - avid conjurers throng to Colon, Michigan, America's capital of magic-making; Nice color Pepsi ad on page 61; Sandy Koufax, the Strikeout King; Farmer Khrushchev - ideology and climate snarl Russia's farm program. Average wear. A sound copy. 
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The Saturday Evening Post, March 17, 1962 *THE SAD COMEDOWN OF SUGAR RAY ROBINSON*, Multiple Contributors
14 Multiple Contributors The Saturday Evening Post, March 17, 1962 *THE SAD COMEDOWN OF SUGAR RAY ROBINSON*
USA Curtis 1962 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: Unfair Tax Laws - you are probably paying more than your share, says Ross M. Robertson; Albania - where Stalin still rules - can this tiny, backward Communist nation continue to oppose Khrushchev's power?; People on the Way Up - Giancarlo Baghetti, Jane Powell Rosenthal, Mark Wilson (TV's top magician); The Grass Craze - lawn lovers by the millions have taken the greensward to heart - here's how to work wonders with your private pasture; The New Frontier Women - wives of White House insiders battle to keep up with the sophisticated, hectic life in the Capital, by Flora Lewis; We Waste a Million Kids a Year - can our schools bridge the gap? - part 2 of 3; Timeless Idaho - how this wildly beautiful state preserves a slow-paced, independent way of life; The Last Days of Sugar Ray - the rise and fall of America's flashiest titleholder, the boxer they said would never have money trouble. Uncommon full-page advertisement for Tea ('The Hot Refresher') features the Detroit Red Wings NHL Hockey Team with black and white images of Sid Abel, Gordie Howe, Terry Sawchuk, and others. Average wear. Tears to to some interior pages at fold, otherwise a sound copy. 
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Trains - The Magazine of Railroading: December, 1959, Multiple Contributors
15 Multiple Contributors Trains - The Magazine of Railroading: December, 1959
USA Kalmbach 1959 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 
Features: Northern Pacific - the railroad that likes passengers!; Railroad News Photos; Steam News Photos; Nikita Khrushchev Rides the Rails of the Southern Pacific; The Railroad Image; Russian Notebook - what the alert train-watcher is apt to see today inside the U.S.S.R. - many photos with text; Photo Section - Happy Birthday, Long Island!; Last Train from Baltimore over Maryland & Pennsylvania on August 5, 1958; and more. Small date-stamp atop front corner else unmarked. Average wear. Sound copy., 
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Trains - The Magazine of Railroading: May 1963, Multiple Contributors
16 Multiple Contributors Trains - The Magazine of Railroading: May 1963
USA Kalmbach 1963 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 
Features: Railroad News Photos; Steam News Photos; What a railroad does best - Louisville & Nashville's coal moving operation between Paradise (on the Green River in western Kentucky) and Widow's Creek (on the Tennessee River in Northern Alabama) - text, photos and map; A Tale of Two Freight Trains - Extra 3045 North and No. 75 - long article with photos and map; photo section; Trains Go to Alaska - 4 - Cold War Railroading - how Khrushchev holds down the Alaska Railroad's operating ratio; The Longest Short Line in the Smallest State - The Narragansett Pier Railroad; and more. Unmarked with somewhat above-average wear. A sound copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, June 26, 1960 - Cover Photo of De Gaulle in Algeria, Tanner, Henry; Bigart, Homer; Lilienthal, David; Graff, Henry F.; Duffus, R.L.
17 Tanner, Henry; Bigart, Homer; Lilienthal, David; Graff, Henry F.; Duffus, R.L. The New York Times Magazine, June 26, 1960 - Cover Photo of De Gaulle in Algeria
New York The New York Times Company 1960 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Hiro (Yasuhiro Wakabayashi) 
56 pages. Features: Tormented Officer in a 'Dirty War' - photos and article of French officer Captain de V. - torn between his soldier's conscience and practical demands in the Algerian fighting; Our Bases - Targets of Khrushchev - interesting photos; 'In-de-pen-Dance' Comes to the Congo - photo and article; Needed - A Credo for Foreign Aid - article discusses the need to re-examine our basic motives; Playing Politician Possum Isn't Easy - lie low while waiting to be drafted for a Presidential nomination; State of the Drama - Debate Continued - is our theatre too ful of violence, gloom and corruption?; At 80 - The Miracle of Helen Keller - article with photo; Double-Duty for a Noble Bridge - photo feature with explanation of how second (lower) deck is being added to the George Washington bridge due, in large part, to the original designers whose original design foresaw such a need; Color ad for Polish ham; Rhubard recipes; Nice one-page color ad for Yuban coffee; Attuning the Young to Music; Architectural photos of a fashionable dune home; Wonderful black and white 'Under the Sun' ladies' fashion photos by Hiro; Indian filmmaker Satyajit Ray - article with photos; Numerous gorgeous color-photo fashion ads. Above-average but not excessive wear. Unmarked. Pages tender and partially yellowed. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News - April 2, 1960, Various Contributors
18 Various Contributors The Illustrated London News - April 2, 1960
London The Illustrated London News 1960 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: The Grand National Steeplechase; Glasgow Fire; Volcanic Eruption of New Guinea; Khrushchev visits De Gaulle; Master Works of Ancient Iranian Artists; Makerere College, The University College of East Africa; The Rover 80 and 100 - automobile feature; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Sound copy. 
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The Illustrated London News - August 24, 1963 *GREAT TRAIN ROBBERY ISSUE*, Various Contributors
19 Various Contributors The Illustrated London News - August 24, 1963 *GREAT TRAIN ROBBERY ISSUE*
London The Illustrated London News 1963 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features/Photos: The most daring and fruitful mail robbery in English history - The Great Train Robbery; Karsh photo of Nikita S. Khrushchev; Looking back on the test ban treaty; the probably base for Vespasian's western campaign during the Claudian invasion of Britain - new discoveries at the new Fishbourne site; The new British Chieftan tank compared to tanks of four other nations; the Farmobil - a light multi-purpose cross-countyr vehicle; and more. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. Quality copy. 
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The Illustrated London News - August 31, 1963, Various Contributors
20 Various Contributors The Illustrated London News - August 31, 1963
London The Illustrated London News 1963 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features/Photos: The Wessex HC MK. 2 Helicopter; Lord Nuffield; Shepton, Pennsylvania mine collapses trapping miners - rescue efforts documented; The U.N. and Malaysia; Sir Eric Ashby; An ancient medical centre identified at Velia; Preparation for New York's World's Fair 1964-65; Mrs. Nina Khrushchev; The all-round view - the r.e. periphery camera and some examples of its work; England v. West Indies at the Oval; and more. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. Quality copy. 
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