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Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, October (Oct.) 26, 1957 - Hockey's Ted Lindsay / Bill (William) Shatner's Hollywood Adventures / What I Remember of Hitler, Hanfstaengl, Putzi; Whitteker, Byng; Frayne, Trent; Ellis, Dr. Albert; Moon, Barbara; McNamee, James; et al
1 Hanfstaengl, Putzi; Whitteker, Byng; Frayne, Trent; Ellis, Dr. Albert; Moon, Barbara; McNamee, James; et al Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, October (Oct.) 26, 1957 - Hockey's Ted Lindsay / Bill (William) Shatner's Hollywood Adventures / What I Remember of Hitler
Montreal Maclean Hunter 1957 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Arbuckle, Franklin (cover art); Dallison, Ken; Price, Arthur; 
88 pages. Features: Cover art by Franklin Arbuckle features the Black Diamond Lighthouse at the eastern entrance to Canso Strait, with Lloyd Grant tending the beacon; Can-Car one-page colour ad features their Jet Mentor Trainer; Divorce does more harm than good; Burroughs colour-photo one-page adding machine add features two of their chunky blue machines; London Letter - How Canadians are taking over in Britain i.e. Bernard Braden and Barbara Kelly; Vintage one-page RCA Victor ad shows several of their Hi-Fi units; Nine pages of colour photos by John deVisser intended to argue against "Toronto the Dull"; What I Remember of Hitler - fascinating photo-illustrated article by Putzi Hanfstaengl, who introduced Hitler to polite society, played the piano when the fuhrer was troubled, and saw him battle his private demons; I Like Being Fat - and here are my reasons; Nobody's Too Big for Ted Lindsay - hockey's scrappy little all-star leftwinger has battled the largest and toughest men on the ice, and now, as President of the new player's union, he may be taking on his toughest opponents of all - the NHL owners - photo-illustrated article; Florencia Bay (part 2 of this novel); How to Live with a Neurotic; Bill (William) Shatner's Adventures in Hollywood - photo-illustrated article on his early days on the west coast; Labatt's 50 colour ad shows 'modern' Canadians; Rexall centrefold features dozens of their products and their 1957 prices; Molson's Crown & Anchor colour beer ad features older folk enjoying slike show; Mavor Moore recalls his most memorable meal; Nice one-page A.V. Roe ad entitled "Ingenious Devices That Challenge the Imagination" includes several illustrations of their products; Nice colour Dow beer ad shows man presenting box of beer to man watching TV football; Vintage half-page Long-Distance telephone ad features young college lady and several of their price rates; What art lost when Hitler took up politics; One-page colour ad for Sunbeam brand automatic frypans, and saucepan/deep fryer; Back cover colour Coke ad features illustration of scene at Maharaja's Palace in India; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this great vintage issue. 
Price: 399.95 USD
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Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, February 2, 1957: Will They Solve the Riddle of the Athabaska Tar Sands? / Hungarian Revolution, Katz, Sidney; Tyrwhitt, Janice; Callwood, June; Phillips, Alan; Acs, Sandor; Moore, Mavor; Baxter, Beverley; Fraser, Blair; Gilmour, Clyde; Haig-Brown, Roderick; Cummings, Parke
2 Katz, Sidney; Tyrwhitt, Janice; Callwood, June; Phillips, Alan; Acs, Sandor; Moore, Mavor; Baxter, Beverley; Fraser, Blair; Gilmour, Clyde; Haig-Brown, Roderick; Cummings, Parke Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, February 2, 1957: Will They Solve the Riddle of the Athabaska Tar Sands? / Hungarian Revolution
Toronto Maclean-Hunter 1957 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Woods, Rex (cover art); Simpkins, Harold; 
56 pages. Features: Nice colour ad for Chrysler's 1957 New Yorker 4-Door Hardtop and Windsor 2-door Hardtop with push-button transmission; Should They Let "Mom" Whyte Keep Her Children? - Mrs. Robert Whyte takes care of 80 children near Bowmanville, Ontario - great article with many photos; Blair Fraser Reports from Baghdad - article with photos; What You See and How You See - article on vision; Diana van der Vlis - the calmest little bombshell on Broadway - article with photos; Will They Solve the Riddle of the Athabaska Tar Sands? - article with photos foreshadowing the gargantuan industry to come; My Last 17 Days in Budapest - Sandor Acs, caught up on the first moments of Hungary's revolution, jots down his unique record of the event, with his photos, including an incredible full-page photo of crowd around huge fallen statue of Stalin; Nice colour full-page ad for the Dodge Mayfair (2-door hardtop); Glidden paint centerfold ad; Nice colour full-page ad for Matinee cigarettes; Roderick Haig-Brown recalls Trout Fillets in Chile; Full-page ad for Avro Aircraft (A.V. Roe) with black and white photo of planes in flight. Average wear and soiling. Unmarked. Short openings along coverfold. Long opening to page 12, otherwise a sound vintage copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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Maclean's Magazine - February 15, 1958, Multiple Contributors
3 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine - February 15, 1958
Canada Maclean Hunter 1958 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
64 pages. Articles: A noted doctor talks about alcohol and tranquilizers; An album of amateur art; Canadian Theatre's Fiery Godmother - Dora Mavor Moore; Canada's last great train robbery - CPR No. 63; How Doug Harvey Loafed his way to Fame (Hockey); Around the World in 80 days... the hard way; How the Veterans are Fighting the Peace. Nice colour ads for: the 1958 Chrysler; General Electric 'Filter-Flo' Automatic Clothes Washer; Matinee Cigarettes; Oldsmobile Auto; '58 Dodge Auto; O'Keefe Ales. Average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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Maclean's Magazine, June 4, 1966 *B.C.'s New Simon Fraser University (SFU)*, Multiple Contributors
4 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, June 4, 1966 *B.C.'s New Simon Fraser University (SFU)*
Toronto Maclean-Hunter Limited 1966 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: How two mink bred $3 million - the world's first jet-black coats; Super colour-photos of SFU; All our instant campuses are experimental, but SFU is the wildest of the lot, by Jon Ruddy; Jane Parker says "My baby (Lisa) wears a second heart"; Mavor Moore says "we splurge on superhighways, but scrimp on the arts"; The Next Episodd, by Hubert Aquin; The Centennial Tycoons - Business people with products to profit from the nation's Centennial (with photos) - Pierre Berton, David Mackay, Chris Chapman, Barry Gordon, Ernestine Tahedl, George Francis Eber, Gerald Gladstone, Tom Joy, Lister Sinclair; Hottest Tongue in the West - Jack Webster!; Nice colour photo ad for the GM Beaumont; Gerald Stevens on Canadiana; and more. Average wear. A sound copy. 
Price: 249.95 USD
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Maclean's Magazine, May 15, 1952 - Mavor Moore, Multiple Contributors
5 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, May 15, 1952 - Mavor Moore
Canada Maclean-Hunter 1952 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Woods, Rex (cover art); Law, Anthony 
80 pages. Features: Editorial - We Can't Afford not to listen to Stalin; Did Stalin Make Hitler's Blunder? - a question from London; The Man Who's Going to Make Our TV - When TV arrives in Canada, probably this summer, much of what comes out on the screen will come out of the head of a 33-year-old prodigy named Mavor Moore - article with photos; What it's Like to by Forty - humour by Robert Thomas Allen - illustrated by Duncan MacPherson; The Nightmare Convoy of the Atlantic - A Maclean's Flashback - the blow-by-blow story of ONS 154, the hardest-hit convoy ever escorted by the Canadian Navy at the close of 1942, by Jack McNaught; Our Four Lads on a Little White Cloud - the quartet of Toronto choirboys - Jimmy Arnold, Connie Codarini, Frankie Busseri, and Bernie Toorish - nice colour photo, article, and black and white photos; The Ordeal of Seretse and his White Queen Ruth - Seretse Khama guessed that his 100,000 African subjects would not object to his marriage to a white English girl, Ruth Williams - article with photos; Lady in the Celeste - story by Pat E. O'Neill - illustrated by James Hill; The Acid-Minded Professor - the University of Alberta's Dr. William Rowan - article with photos; How to Save Your Child's Life - the modern home is almost as dangerous as a battlefield; The All Want to See the Folies - The Folies Bergere of Paris - article with photos; Why Won't Canadians Eat Fish?; Full-page Canadian Army recruiting ad; Excellent full-page colour-photo ad for Allis-Chalmers Crawler Tractors - Steel Production/Slag Moving Theme; Very attractive colour full-page ad for the 1952 Pontiac; Centerfold ad for the 1952 Meteor; Uncommon colour ad for Tooke brand clothing; 1952 Monarch car ad; O'Keefe's Brewing Company ad honours the 48th Highlanders of Canada; Nice Coke ad on back cover shows 'Gone for a Coke' painted on wall by painter on break. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A quality copy. 
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