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The Illustrated London News, May 16, 1936: Mussolini (Il Duce) Cover Photo, Chesterton, G. K.; Et al
1 Chesterton, G. K.; Et al The Illustrated London News, May 16, 1936: Mussolini (Il Duce) Cover Photo
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch 1936 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Pages 843- 890. Features: Front cover photo portrait of Mussolini with King Victor Emmanuel of Italy, proclaimed Emperor of Abyssinia; Nice photo of Mrs. Amy Mollison, who made a record flight from Gravesend to the Cape of Good Hope; Photos of King Faruk returning to Cairo from England;M. Drouillet is arrested after gallant escapade in the impounded airplane of the Emperor of Abyssinia; Photo of first funeral service in an RAF plane, for aircraftman William Watkin; Photo of the car in which King Alexander and M. Barthou were assassinated being presented to Yugoslavia by France; Photo-illustrated article entitled The Doom of the Mountain Zebra; Photo of Dr. Herms' insect killing lamp; Interesting one-page photo of an unusual French military ceremony - the presentation of the standard of the 505th Regiment of tanks, at the Vannes; One-page photo of the stratosphere, "dust sphere", and the Earth's curvature - from the highest point ever reached (72,395') - taken over South Dakota during a record-breaking balloon ascent; One page photo of the highest vertical photograph ever made - South Dakota from over 13 miles above it; Two pages of photos illustrate the ongoing discovery of unexploded World War I munitions (these shells are salvaged by a French Desobusage company); Photo illustrated article on a "Mystery" tomb found intact beside the second pyramid; Large photo of huge crowd assembled to hear Mussolini announce Italy's sovereignty over Abyssinia; Photo of Mussolini presiding over the fascist Grand Council; Two pages of photos show the defeated Emperor of Abyssinia in exile - Haile Selassie and his Empress take refuge in Palestine; Photos of personalities of the week include Prince Mohamed Aly, H. G. G. Payne, Miss Beatrice Harraden, Sir Firoz Khan Noon, Edward Laurillard, Miss Jean Batten, Mr. Charles Laughton, M. Serge Lifar, Sir Alfred Watson, S. J. Camp, Louis Silken, Dr. Oswald Spengler, and the Duke of York; Page of photos of prominent figures in the inquiry into the alleged leakage of budget information; Recommended site for statue to memorialize King George; Photo inside the Moose River disaster - where the entombed man spent most of their 242 hours below ground; Photo of funeral for Mr. Magill who died in the Moose River mine disaster; Photo of the Princess of Nagode after her marriage to the Maharajah of Sirmur; Two pages of photos of birds of Galapagos; one-page Guinness ad features Alice in Wonderland motif; One-page Harrods ad features bedroom suite; Photos of the wind tunnel at Chiswick which are used to test transit buses; One-page Austin Reed men's fashion ad; Halfpage photo ad for the Alvis limousine; Back cover ad for Douglas Stuart (Stuart House of London). Faint store stamp to advertising front cover. Please note: pages 867-868 not included. One page loose but present. Moderate wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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True West Magazine, April 1978 - The Kiowa Raiders of Rainy Mountain, Echols, Lee E.; Pryse, D.; Briggs, Don; Stevens, L.P.; Cold, T.and J.; Wood, David Jr.; Green, R.; Ball, E.; Browning, C.; White, Victor H.; Shafer, G.; Page, C.
2 Echols, Lee E.; Pryse, D.; Briggs, Don; Stevens, L.P.; Cold, T.and J.; Wood, David Jr.; Green, R.; Ball, E.; Browning, C.; White, Victor H.; Shafer, G.; Page, C. True West Magazine, April 1978 - The Kiowa Raiders of Rainy Mountain
USA Western Publications 1978 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Grandee, Joe 
Features: A Man Called Shep; The Kiowa Raiders of Rainy Mountain - great photos; Bill Hickok's Friends; There's still Gold in Oregon; The Mystery of Pranty Wash - Gila County, Arizona; Charley Smith (1856-1882) Still Wears his Six-Gun - a ranger and the outlaw who killed him; Bloodshed in Kansas - Hugoton and Woodsdale were at war ninety years ago; Amanda Alberta, aka 'Cowboy Joe'; A Matter of Survival - 150 feet and four days of hell; The Wild West that Flickered - not all the action in a movie house was on the silver screen!; Trail Tragedy - and to Caleb Magill it was a private affair; 95-year-old fishin' hole - the Gunnison River and the Hillside Resort. Average wear. Unmarked. Address label on front cover. Binding intact. Pages yellowed with age. A sound copy. 
Price: 79.95 USD
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Liberty Magazine, August 10, 1940 *Lord Beaverbrook - Canada's Whirlwind Baron*, Multiple Contributors
3 Multiple Contributors Liberty Magazine, August 10, 1940 *Lord Beaverbrook - Canada's Whirlwind Baron*
Toronto Liberty Publishing Corporation of Canada 1942 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
52 pages. Cover illustration by J.F. Kernan shows golfer bending down to pluck a four-leaf clover; Contents: Editorial by Joseph Lister Rutledge argues that the Allies will will WWII if everyone performs; My Love Affair with Mussolini, by Magda Fontanges - Part One; Fifth (5th) Column in California - Will the Japanese Blitzkrieg Strike at the U.S.A.? - Jerry D. Lewis argues that Japanese-American fishermen in California pose a security threat to the nation; Flames Without Heat, by Margaret E. Sangster; 40 question theater quiz by George Jean Nathan; Golf is a Goofy Game, by Richards Vidmer; Beppo, by Jane Magill; A World Well Lost, by Alice Douglas Kelly; Lifebuoy soap ad presents scientific facts about 'B.O.'; The Man Behind a Miracle - a vivid look at Wendell Willkie, by Bernarr Macfadden; Lord Beaverbrook - Canada's Whirlwind Baron - a revealing picture of the man who is finding Great Britain's war planes, by Kim Beattie; Money Talks - Part 10, by Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jr.; Did Stalin Poison Lenin?, by Leon Trotsky; Song... and 1780, by Beverly Hills; Alice Faye appears in Lux soap ad; To the Ladies, by Princess Alexandra Kropotkin; The War Days of Queen Elizabeth - part 2, by Mavis Cox - the stirring chronicle of a woman's royal courage; The Deserted Village - Hollywood, by Frederick Lewis; Who Killed This Woman?, by Harriette Ashbrook - Part 3; Ad for Odo-Ro-No deodorant; A Visitor Goes Away and Dies, by Fulton Oursler; Ad inside back cover promotes Liberty Magazine and the Chateau Frontenac Hotel in Quebec City; Nice colour ad on back cover for Mercury Mills Limited, Hamilton. Average wear. A sound copy. 
Price: 249.95 USD
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