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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, May 20, 1961 - The Apprenticeship of Mordecai Richler / Aksel Schiotz / African Diary, Allen, Ralph; Mair, Shirley; Richler, Mordecai; Krantz, Judith; gardner, Ray; Stollery, Peter; Heine, William C.
1 Allen, Ralph; Mair, Shirley; Richler, Mordecai; Krantz, Judith; gardner, Ray; Stollery, Peter; Heine, William C. Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, May 20, 1961 - The Apprenticeship of Mordecai Richler / Aksel Schiotz / African Diary
Montreal Maclean Hunter 1961 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Brown, Huntley 
72 pages. Features: Colour black label beer inside front cover; Very nice one-page colour-photo ad for the 1961 Buick Electra 225 Convertible (black) at the Thornwood train station; Nice one-page colour-photo Pepsi ad shows couple with baseball and bat; First part of series by Ralph Allen features Sir Sam Hughes, who through together a citizens' army in months during WWI - with photos; Enter the Platypus - on Aching Feet - new 'Platypus Point' shoes will reduce the amount of deformation caused to women's feet by needle-point shoes; The Apprenticeship of Mordecai Richler - the story of his fascinating career-to-date; How tenor Aksel Schiotz recovered from a tumor on his acoustic nerve to sing again; A 14-week record of time spent in the Dale Carnegie Course; Part III of Peter Stollery's African Adventure Diary - with photos; Nice one-page photo-illustrated Chrysler car ad; Vintage Bell Telephone colour-photo one-page ad extolls the benefits of multiple phones in a house to 'save a thousand steps a day'; Nice colour-photo one-page BOAC ad features Thai priest in orange robe holding caged bird; Nice colour one-page Chevrolet ad featuures white 4-door Impala hardtop; Colour-photo FTD flowers ad on back cover; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, October (Oct.) 23, 1977 - When Fat Was in Fashion, Baker, Russell; Ferris, Timothy; Sagan, Carl; Rubin, Stephen E.; Le Carre, John; Hollander, Anne; Browne, Malcolm W.; Penney, Goldberger, Paul; Alexandra; et al
2 Baker, Russell; Ferris, Timothy; Sagan, Carl; Rubin, Stephen E.; Le Carre, John; Hollander, Anne; Browne, Malcolm W.; Penney, Goldberger, Paul; Alexandra; et al The New York Times Magazine, October (Oct.) 23, 1977 - When Fat Was in Fashion
New York The New York Times 1977 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Freed, Leonard 
128 pages. Features: Gorgeous one-page color-photo Chanel ad featuring Catherine Deneuve; Two-page Vantage cigarette ad features Dave Ness of Seattle; Ending an End to Cosmic Loneliness - Goldstone Tracking Center radiotelescope seeks out intelligent life; Behind the Lazar Berman Legend; In England Now, by John le Carre; When Fat was in Fashion - abundant flesh was a thing of beauty to artist Peter Paul Rubens, who was born 400 years ago; To be Young, Black and Out of Work - depressing photos and stats on the 'Clockwork Orange' epidemic in the ghettos of America's cities; Great two-page color-photo ad for the Talon Channel-Zip zipper features stuntmen in action; Color-photo ad for Lakeland coats features New York Giants running back Gordon Bell; Silent Fall - Dissidents behind the iron curtain are being suppressed - with photos of folk singer Wolf Biermann, Rumanian writer Paul Goma, correspondent Rober Toth, Czech playwright Paul Kohout, Yugoslav writer Mihajlo Mihajlov, and Anatoly Shcharansky; Tennis player Marty Riessen is featured in a tennis school ad; At Home with a Skyscraper - architects Oliver Lundquist and John Stonehill build a townhouse next to a 50-story skyscraper in New York; The Maestro - Cellist Mstislav Rostropovich; "Dewar's Profile" on back cover features film animation producer, director and designerJim Simon of North Hollywood. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, January 14, 1945 -  Battle of the Bulge Photos, Ball, Joseph H.; Shallett, Sidney; Hurd, Charles; Atkinson, Brooks; Stanley, Fred; Gould, John; Pope, V.;
3 Ball, Joseph H.; Shallett, Sidney; Hurd, Charles; Atkinson, Brooks; Stanley, Fred; Gould, John; Pope, V.; The New York Times Magazine, January 14, 1945 - Battle of the Bulge Photos
USA The New York Times Company 1945 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall Sharp, William 
48 pages. Features: Cover photo of Army Nurse at work; Unituq ad inside from cover for American Export Line shows teen girl holding record and caption 'The Japs Were Hard on Jive' - explaining that war meant the shellac needed to make records was hard to import; Fantastic one-page colour photo ad for Rheingold beer features Miss Rheingold 1945, Pat Boyd on a ski hill; We Must Face Europe with Realism; Ad for Fairchild's Packet air cargo aircraft; Photos from the Battle of the Bulge; Plane's-Eye View of the Pacific War - an air voyage reveals what distance means and how brutal is the struggle; Photos of a Pacific beachhead landing; Four Fateful Inauguration Days - The atmosphere of crisis has surrounded Mr. Roosevelt on each historic occasion - article with photos; Backbone of China's Resistance - it is the enduring peasant, who supplies the rice and the soldiers, hates and thwarts the Japanese; Nice one-page color ad by De Beers; Hollywood's latest box office 'name' is Barry Fitzgerald - article with photos; Classy one-page color ad for Benson & Hedges Virginia Rounds cigarettes; Percy Pratt - Poet Laureate of Freeport, Maine's GI's; One page ad for movie 'A Song to Remember' starring Paul Muni and Merle Oberon; Photos and write-up of America's State Department Team - Joseph C. Grew, Edward R. Stettinius Jr., James Clement Dunn, Nelson A. Rockefeller, Archibald MacLeish, Dean Acheson and William L. Clayton; Half-page ad for Admiral fridges features two classy dames; Nice ad for Rameses "the aristocrat of cigarettes"; Soldier Souvenirs - mementos from Germany; Nostalgic one-page color ad for Florida Oranges/Orange Juice; Meals for the Family of One; A Lift from Lighting; Teen-age daughters; Two pages of lovely fashion photos featuring ladies' attire for the outdoor play season; Half-page color ad for Marlboro cigarettes features very fashionably-dressed lady; GIs bring daily news to the Pacific; Nostalgic color ad on back cover for Decca records states they insist their vocalists pronounce every word carefully, and that dance records must be thoroughly danceable - without fancy overtures or interruptions. Unmarked with moderate wear. A quality vintage wartime issue. 
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Hearst's International Magazine, April 1924 - The Masons and the Klan, Blood, L.; Maugham, W. Somerset; Kyne, P.; Fitzgerald, F. Scott; Mason, A.; Perry, L.; De Kruif, P.; Jameson, H.; James, M.; Glavis, L.Strong, A.; Dell, R.; Wells, H.G.
4 Blood, L.; Maugham, W. Somerset; Kyne, P.; Fitzgerald, F. Scott; Mason, A.; Perry, L.; De Kruif, P.; Jameson, H.; James, M.; Glavis, L.Strong, A.; Dell, R.; Wells, H.G. Hearst's International Magazine, April 1924 - The Masons and the Klan
USA The International Magazine Company 1924 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Benda, W.T. (Wladyslaw Theodor): Cover; Rowe, Guy (Giro) - Jell-O ad; Flagg, James Montgomery; Cornwell, Dean; Allen, J.E.; Raleigh, H.; Robinson, D.; Wright, G.; Welsh, W.; Louderback, W.; Schabelitz, R.; Stoops, H.; Morgan, W. 
162 pages. Features: Gorgeous cover illustration of redhead by W.T. Benda; Nice color Jell-O ad inside front cover by Guy (Giro) Rowe; Victrola ad features illustrations of Martinelli, Bori and Ruffo; One-page ad for the New Hudson Sedan; Grover Cleveland Bergdoll Surrenders to the American Legion - fascinating photo-illustrated article written by the man who returned him to the U.S. (part 1); The Letter - story by W.S. Maugham; An Appeal to Decent Drinkers - fascinating article by Gifford Pinchot on the morality of supporting the trade in illegal alcohol during prohibition; The House of the Arrow - mystery novel; The Internationalist - love story; Tuberculosis - Cured by the Sun - article by Paul H. de Kruif, Ph.D.; The Play Actor (fiction); To Stop War Draft Wealth - remarkably prescient article by Marquis James proposes that if wealthy classes knew their factories would give them little profit if war started, these classes would see that no war occured; The Dog-Barking Navigator (fiction); The Masons and the Ku Klux Klan - the controversy over Masons also being members of the Klan; Diamond Dick - and the First Law of a Woman, by F. Scott Fitzgerald; Stalin - Russia's Leading Politician - fascinating early photo-illustrated look at the man who dominated the Soviet Union for decades; Tongues of Flame - a novel of conflict; France's Only Statesman - photo-illustrated article on Joseph Caillaux; Araby - a Tale of the Isles of the East Beyond the East; Home is the Sailor - new stories of Phoebe and Ernest and their children; My Life, by Mary Garden - true talk about matters personal (with photo); The Dream - fiction by H. G. Wells; Who Deserves a Servant? - an interesting and thoughtful article on the subject of domestic workers; One Born Every Minute - fiction; Garrulities of an Octogenarian Editor, by Henry Holt; Nice red and black one-page Campbell's Vegetable Soup ad; One-page illustrated Chevrolet ad for the Superior Utility Coupe; One-page orange and black ad for the Goodrich Balloon Cord tire; Nice one-page two-color ad for Royal Typewriters is illustrated by David Robinson; Nice one-page photo ad for Listerine features quizical young lady and caption "This can't apply to me!"; Resinal soap and ointment ad; Forhan's ad with baseball theme; Classy one-page L.T. Piver ad; Nice 2/3-page Coke ad features lady in white coat and dress; One-page photo ad for Fleischmann's Yeast; Great one-page Thopson-Barlow Co. ad features young model in the Madame X Reducing Girdle; Orange and black ad for Way Sagless Spring Co. inside back cover; Nostalgic back cover ad for Mulsified shampoo features curly young lady's hair being inspected by her beau. Approx. 0.75" x 3" of loss to upper corner of front cover, otherwise unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A sound and complete copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
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The Illustrated London News, January (Jan.) 16, 1937: Herr Hitler Entertains / Royal Wedding at the Hague, Bryant, Arthur; Pycraft, W.P.; Et al
5 Bryant, Arthur; Pycraft, W.P.; Et al The Illustrated London News, January (Jan.) 16, 1937: Herr Hitler Entertains / Royal Wedding at the Hague
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch 1937 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Sebille, Albert 
Pages 77- 116. Features: One-page ad for 'Ski Paradise' Austria; Photo of Egypt popular young Monarch King Farouk; Photos of a royal wedding in the Dutch Indies; Photo of the Bavarian Frey brothers being rescued from the Watzmann; Photo of first airmail plane leaving Ratmalana, Ceylon; Photo of Toscanini receiving Orange Grove from grateful Jews after he conducted pioneer concerts in Palestine; Photo of Hitler receiving traditional gift of salt from representatives of the Halle salt mines; One-page photo of Hitler greeting diplomats in Berlin, an occasion at which he assured the French ambassador that Germany had no designs on Spanish Morocco; Book review of "The Conquest Of Morocco", by vice Adm. C. V. Usborne, with photos; One-page pictorial map of the Straits of Gibraltar, looking east - showing Spanish Morocco, the object of alleged German penetration, and possibly to be protected by a Franco-German agreement; Nice one-page photo of Royal wedding at the Hague, showing Princess Juliana and the Prince of the Netherlands in their gold coach driving through the city; Two page photo of crowd in church to witness the royal wedding; Two pages of text and photos describe ingenious tests for German drivers aimed at preventing death on the roads; Two pages of photos of Hellenistic panels in the Al-Aqsa mosque; Centrefold illustration of Britain's two largest battleships, HMS "Nelson" and "Rodney" firing their 16 inch guns at towed targets with deadly precision; Two fascinating pages of text and photos of skull groves on the Burmese border - headhunting trophies for harvest luck; Peking man's food - the first diet records of Pleistocene date - text with photos; Photos of personalities of the week include Gilbert Holliday, Frank Hodges, Lt. Col. R. S. Stafford, Arthur G. Pite, Prof. Henry Tonks, Lord Wakehurst, Basil S. Long, Sir Edward Ellington, the Duke of Kent, the grand Duchess of Mecklenburg, the Earl of Athlone; One-page illustrated Egyptian travel ad; and more. Several interior pages loose but present. Name atop front cover, otherwise unmarked with moderate wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Saturday Evening Post Magazine, December 10, 1949 - God Won't Stay Underground in Russia / Edward R. Murrow, Byrd, Sigman; Crowe, Cecily Teague; Bosworth, Jim and Allan; Dinesen, Isak; Smith, Lt. Gen. Walter Bedell; Pinkerton, Robert E.; Zolotow, Maurice; and More
6 Byrd, Sigman; Crowe, Cecily Teague; Bosworth, Jim and Allan; Dinesen, Isak; Smith, Lt. Gen. Walter Bedell; Pinkerton, Robert E.; Zolotow, Maurice; and More The Saturday Evening Post Magazine, December 10, 1949 - God Won't Stay Underground in Russia / Edward R. Murrow
USA Curtis 1949 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Alajalov (cover); Sickles, Noel; Avery, Sid; D'Andrea, Bernard; Garland, George; Hughes, George; Knopf, Hans; Gutmann, John; Ludekens, Fred; Rubin, Hy; 
156 pages. Features: Nice Christmas-theme 1-page color ad for General Electric's 'Daylight Television'; Half-page color Christmas ad for REO deluxe Trimalwan mowers; 2-page color-photo ad for Elgin watches features 'best dressed' Mrs. Mandel of Chicago and James (Jimmy) Stewart, starring in 'Broken Arrow'; Color ad for Knapp Monarch appliances features Claudette Colbert; Nice 1-page color Christmas ad for Eversharp Pens; 2-page color Christmas ad for Bulova watches; Nice 1-page color ad for General brand winter tires; Detroit Cracks Down on Relief Chiselers - article with photos on how Detroiters took a look at their relief rolls and uncovered some facts that shocked the state and will shock you too - 30% of Detroit reliefers were chiselers; Spies are Shot at Dawn - fiction; The Great Bamboozler - James Moran and his crazy publicity stunts; Amateur Angel (fiction); Murrow Sticks to the News - article on Edward R. Murrow with photo; My Three Years in Moscow - Part 5 - God Won't Stay Underground in Russia, where Christians and Jews cling to their beliefs - article with photos; America's Toughest School - Webb Institute of Naval Architecture - article with color photos; Tales of the Sea Otter - it is now coming back from near extinction; The Christmas Racket (fiction); How Murderers Beat the Law - double-length photo-illustrated article on Harvard's Department of Legal Medicine; The Uncertain Heiress (fiction); The Town of Santa Claus, Indiana - article with great color photos; He works at 459 Below - Dr. William Francis Giauque, winner of the Nobel Prize for Chemistry - article with photos; Vengeance Valley (fiction); Futuristic color Oldsmobile ad; Nice color Borden's ad featuring Elsie the Cow; The Innocent Buccaneer (fiction); Gorgeous 1-page Christmas color ad for Old Gold cigarettes with photo of couple under mistletoe; Color 1-page ad for the new 1950 Mercury cars; Nice 1-page color ad for Wilson's food products; Great 1-page color ad for American Airlines shows snowbound Christmas family looking up at an airliner in flight; Color Christmas ad for Fatima cigarettes; Fantastic 2-page color ad for Pontiac cars; Color 1-page ad for the Sunbeam Shavemaster; Great 1-page color photo Caterpillar ad shows Christmas trees being harvested by Halvorson Trees, Inc. near International Falls, MN; 1-page ad for RCA Victor products; 1-page ad for Philco products; 1-page color ad for John Hancock insurance features North Pole explorer Robert (Bob) Peary; Demuth pipe ad; Nice 2-page black and white Buick ad; 2-page color ad for Prince Gardner wallets; Nice 2-color 1-page Christmas ad for Motorola TVs and radios; 1-page Webster cigar ad; 1-page Dumont TV Christmas ad; Nice 1-page color ad for Willys-Overland Jeeps; Color-photo ad for Florida orange juice; 1-page color ad for Greyhound bus trips to the sunny south; Nice 1-page color photo ad for Ford trucks features Christmas tree grower Roy Halvorson of Duluth, MN plus his wife, Edythe and daughter, June, as well as his Ford dealer P.N. Hegvold; Nice 1-page color ad for Kaywoodie pipes; Nice 2-color 1-page Christmas ad for New York Central Railway; Nice 1-page color ad for Nescafe coffee; Crosley TV ad; Manhattan clothing color ad features unusual tie designs; Nice 1-page color Toastmaster Christmas toaster ad; Color Esterbrook pen ad; Color Gruen watch ad; Nice 1-page color-photo ad for Samsonite Luggage shows pleasant travel scenes; Nostalgic 1-page color ad for Bell & Howell home movie cameras; Color ad for Rolfs wallets; Color ad for Waterman's pens; Nice 1-page color-photo ad for Capehart televisions; Jones Dairy Farm Sausage ad; Statler Hotels ad features Santa cartoon by Tony Barlow; Color ad for Shulton (Old Spice) products inside back cover; Color Christmas ad for Kodak cameras on back cover. Moderate wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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This Week Magazine, April 11, 1965 - Insert to the Boston Sunday Herald: Farewell Form 1040!, Churchill, Sir Winston; Leighton, Frances Spatz; McCarthy, Joe; Ashley, Roberta; Weisinger, Mort; Paddleford, Clementine; Ashley, Roberta
7 Churchill, Sir Winston; Leighton, Frances Spatz; McCarthy, Joe; Ashley, Roberta; Weisinger, Mort; Paddleford, Clementine; Ashley, Roberta This Week Magazine, April 11, 1965 - Insert to the Boston Sunday Herald: Farewell Form 1040!
USA United Newspapers Magazine Corporation / The Boston Herald 1965 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Henderson, Tom 
16 pages. Features: Cover photo of Mount Ranier; Chesterfield cigarettes ad features photos of druggist Henry Silver, carpenter Lloyd Van Vorce, and fashion writer Naomi Hatfield; Sir Winston Churchill - what he did and didn't say; Farewell, For 1040! - soon a single phone call will replace the agonies of completing your income tax form; Questions asked of the World's Fair Golden Girls; Ballet Goes Pop - look what Stately San Francisco Ballet is up to; Recipes; Nice black and white ad inside back cover for the 1965 Dodge Polara features photos of lady 'spy'; Nice back cover color-photo ad for Minute-Maid orange juice features little red-haired boy holding inflatable "Smiley" the porpoise. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this special vintage issue. 
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The Saturday Evening Post, June 11, 1960 -  My Friend, Trotsky's Assassin / Actor Laurence Harvey, Combs, Prentiss; McKenna, Richard; Sercombe, Ronald; Cave, Hugh B.; Wilhelm, Marion Bell; Pearse, Ben; Martin, Pete; Johnson, Gerald W.; Alexander, Jack; Kobler, John; Paxton, Harry T.; Gardner, E.S.; Cloete, Stuart
8 Combs, Prentiss; McKenna, Richard; Sercombe, Ronald; Cave, Hugh B.; Wilhelm, Marion Bell; Pearse, Ben; Martin, Pete; Johnson, Gerald W.; Alexander, Jack; Kobler, John; Paxton, Harry T.; Gardner, E.S.; Cloete, Stuart The Saturday Evening Post, June 11, 1960 - My Friend, Trotsky's Assassin / Actor Laurence Harvey
USA Curtis 1960 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Hughes, George; Smith, J. Frederick; Buell, Al; Stevens, Peter; Bingham, James R.; 
136 pages. Short Stories: Swamp Girl; Hour of Panic; Return From Nowhere; Hard of Heart. Articles: My Friend, Trotsky's Assassin - Jacques Mornard - with numerous photos; Rockety-Happy Kids at Camp A.P. Hill artillery range in Virginia; I Call on Actor Laurence Harvey - with photos; Adventures of the Mind, 54 - The U.S. Presidencyy; Germany's Enchanted Black Forest - with color photos; The Face of America - The Grandeur That Was - great color photo of the Old Tyson place at Lowndesboro, Alabama; The Mystery of the Palatine Light - this photo-illustrated article investigates an enduring legend of murder and mayhem on Block Island 120 miles from Manhattan; Is Baseball Comedy Dead? - great comedic photos of baseball stars - with article discussing the contention that modern major-leaguers have become too serious. Serials: The Case of the Duplicate Daughter (part 2 of 8); Journey into Danger (part 6 of 8). Ads: Westinghouse Center Drawer Refrigerator; Chevrolet Power Steering; Glidden House Paint (2 pages); Chrysler Certified Car Care; Northern Tissue (two pages); Studebaker Lark - nice color photo with fire truck); Campbell's Soup; Corvair; Chryslter - fantastic one-page color photo of a white New Yorker convertible on beach; Brownie 8 Movie Camera; Fantastic 2-page colour photo 7up ad shows young blond making ice cream float for five young men; Ford Galaxie; International Trucks; Morris 1000 car; Nice two-page color Chevrolet ad featuring a 1960 Pontiac Bonneville Sustom Safari catching the ferry to Isle Royale National Park in Lake Superior; Newport cigarettes; Great one-page color-photo Smirnoff ad featuring Joan Fontaine and her husband, Collier Young; Orange Crush; Admiral portable TVs - 19" portable; Renault Dauphine; Borden's Peach Blossom Ice Cream; De Beers Diamonds; Papst Beer - with color photo of piano player and stage entertainers; Amity Wallets; Dodge Dart Car (inside back cover). Above-average wear. Unmarked. Not pretty but a worthy vintage copy. 
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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, November 15, 1928, Volume XLI, Number 22 - Cariboo Stagecoach Driver Al Young, Cowan, James A.; Murray, W.; Atlee, B.; Strathglass, A.; Loomis, J.; Dexter, G.; Stringer, A.; Shaw, B.; Fox, F.; Cunningham, L.; Middleton, J.; Pease, M.; Blue, A.
9 Cowan, James A.; Murray, W.; Atlee, B.; Strathglass, A.; Loomis, J.; Dexter, G.; Stringer, A.; Shaw, B.; Fox, F.; Cunningham, L.; Middleton, J.; Pease, M.; Blue, A. Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, November 15, 1928, Volume XLI, Number 22 - Cariboo Stagecoach Driver Al Young
Toronto The Maclean Publishing Company 1928 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Ganes, Ann (cover); Johnston, Franz; Clymer, J.F.; Dinsmore, E.J.; Skuce, Lou; Jefferys, C.W.; Chambers, W.V.; Taylor, H. Weston; Skuce, Lou 
80 pages. Features: They All Quit Cold - photo illustrated article on the 1928 Canadian National Exhibition Swim, in which none of the 199 contestants finished, but Georges Michel was the last man to quit - and he attempted to claim the prize of $25k - article with photos of George Michel, Ethel Hertle, George Young and Ernst Vierkoetter; Canadian V.C.'s (winners of the Victoria Cross) - article with illustrations of Captain F.A.C. Scrimger and Lance-Corporal Fred Fisher; Naught Broken Save This Body (short story about air battle); The Gatineau (River's) Taming - great photo-illustrated article on how the Gatineau River was developed for hydro power generation - with photos of Olivier Lefebvre, Major Walter Blue, the great Baskatong Dam, and more; Coyote Joe (fiction); Grains of Destiny - the romantic story of how Canada's wheat wealth sprang from a stray kernel in a shipload - with photos of Dr. Charles E. Saunders and L.H. Newman; When I Acted with Terry - recollections by actor Arthur Stringer; The Lordly Vagabond - fiction concerning a trussed king, a rogue unmasked and Beauty riding to the aid of Valor; Canada's Concern in the Pacific - article in the future relationship of the British Empire and the United States as affected by their affairs in China and Japan - with photos of Port of Yokohama and photo of "The Empress of Canada" in Shanghai Harbor; Finn - short story of a shrewd Saint John skipper; The World's Toughest - photo-illustrated article on Al Young, who drove six-horse stage coaches in B.C.'s Cariboo in temperatures as low as -74 degrees; With a Nonino! - legal short story; Photo of Mackennzie King and Hon. P.C. Larking inspecting a figure for the Canadian War Memorial at the March Studios, Farnborough, England; The Victoria Order of Nurses - they nurse 3,000 patients every day - article with photos of Miss Elizabeth Smellie and Right Honorable George P. Graham; Color and More in the Bedroom - interior design article with photos. Ads: Nice one-page ad for the Essex Super Six car; The Marquise De Polignac is illustrated in a one-page photo ad for Pond's skin products; Nice one-page ad for Barrett Roofings shows roofer at work; One-page Northern Electric ad explains how they transmit power and sound; One-page Canada Dry ad shows family Christmas scene dated Dec. 25, 1928; One-page Canadian Marconi Company ad features their 6-tube battery operated receiver (radio), with cabinet by McLagan; One-page Arrow Shirt ad features pipe-smoking gent in suit; Splitdorf Radio ad; Nostalgic one-page contest announcement offers prize to the person who can create the largest list of words from the letters in the name of author L.A. Cunningham (whose photos appears in the ad); "Ceetee" underwear ad; Appleford-brand heavy waxed paper; Dodge New Senior Six car ad; Nice illustrated ad for Langmuir Luggage - with Yale pin-tumbler locks; Kotex; Stromberg-Carlson Radios; Tillson's Natural Bran; Squibb's Dental Cream; Royal Yeast Cakes; No-Mar furniture - manufactured by Malcolm & Hill, Limited, of Kitchener; One-page Ovaltine features lady on bed with nerves which need soothing; Moirs Chocolates; Weed tire chains by the Dominion Chain Company; Handsome one-page red and black ad for Rogers brushing lacquer; Seaman-Kent Hardwood Flooring; Westclox; Heinz Cream of Tomato Soup; The "Mona Lisa" doll by the Reliable Toy Company (with photo); Vintage one-page orange and black illustrated ad for "The Makers of Canada" book series is entitled "The Campbells Are Coming" and talks of the history of Scotchmen in settling Canada's west; Willard Batteries - one page in red and black; The United Bond Company of Toronto; Please note: back cover missing. Pages 17-18 missing - contained colour plates of war paintings. Pages 67-68 missing.(probably contained ads). A worthy vintage copy. 
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Mrs. - The Last Word... In a Woman's Magazine!, No. 1, Premier Issue - Early American Feminism, Evans, Ida; Brown, Mrs. Heywood; Mills, Ellen; Deitrick, Marian; Harrow, Margo; Strong, L.A.; et al
10 Evans, Ida; Brown, Mrs. Heywood; Mills, Ellen; Deitrick, Marian; Harrow, Margo; Strong, L.A.; et al Mrs. - The Last Word... In a Woman's Magazine!, No. 1, Premier Issue - Early American Feminism
USA Dell Publishing Co. 1938 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall Hanley, F.; Anderson, C.W.; Trafford, Margaret; Mahon; Stiles, Kirk; et al 
A rare example of this apparently short-lived feminist-oriented depression-era publication. 128 pages. 7.8" x 5.5". Contains only one page of advertising, that being a two-color (black and orange) illustrated piece for Tangee cosmetics inside front cover. The eleven articles include: Why Shouldn't Women Run the World?, How to Lose a Man?, and Man's Magazine Man. The nine stories include: Men are the Darnedest, The Child Hater - There's Something Wrong When a Man's Childless, and Telephone Number, in which a housewife's calls to a gentleman are nearly discovered by her husband. Fantastic section of full-page black and white photos of women at work entitled "The Weaker Sex" includes women of Osaka's Toyo Textile factory training with rifles, Mrs. Ruth Yeamans - Idaho's only woman police judge, Welding instructor Mrs. Anne McEnally, Mlle. Nadia Boulanger - first woman Conductor in Royal Philharmonic history, diver Mrs. William Nichols of Philadelphia, Miss Bertha Sherfy - U.S. Treasury Department expert, Acme photographer Joy Lacks (in China with troops), seawoman Anna Tymanina - third officer of Soviet freighter 'Kalinin', and long-distance canoeist Marie Sarkipato. Many one and two-color cartoons. Unmarked. Average wear and soiling. Binding intact. Taped one-inchopening to fore-edge of front cover. Two holes punched by printer near top and bottom of fore-edge, apparently for mounting string carrying strap (not included), per illustration of fancy lady on page one who proudly carries her copy like a purse. A wonderful early American feminist artifact. 
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American Homes and Gardens Magazine, February (Feb.) 1909, Volume VI, No. 2 - The House of C.P. Searle, Esq., At Ipswich, Massachusetts, Ferree, B.; Priestman, M.; Thurston, P.; Wallach, I.; Bastin, S.; Powell, E.; Kellogg, A.; Humphreys, P.; Et al
11 Ferree, B.; Priestman, M.; Thurston, P.; Wallach, I.; Bastin, S.; Powell, E.; Kellogg, A.; Humphreys, P.; Et al American Homes and Gardens Magazine, February (Feb.) 1909, Volume VI, No. 2 - The House of C.P. Searle, Esq., At Ipswich, Massachusetts
New York Munn & Company 1909 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Towles, Beverly; Treidler, Adolph 
Pages 41-80 plus xvi pages of great vintage ads. Many great black and white photos. Features: The House of C.P. Searle, Esq., at Ipswich, Massachusetts; Hand-Made Rugs, the Revival of an Old Handicraft; Three Types of Gambrell Roof Houses - the home of Mr. Walter C. Sampson, at Summit, New Jersey, the home of Arthur E. Thayer at Dedham, Massachusetts, the home of Mr. Farnham, and the home of Mr. James Purdon, of Boston; Plant Breeding; The Dino Collection of Historic Armor - collected by the late Duc de Dino, Marquis of Talleyrand-Perigord; The Use of Anesthetics for Plants; A Few Neglected Fruits; A Seventeenth Century Homestead near Boston; A Wood Garden - at the country seat of Mr. H.H. Battles at Newton Square, PA; Nature's Traps; The Country Seat of Charles S. Brown, Esq., Mount Kisco, New York; A New Method of Housekeeping; The New Seed testing Station in Paris at the Conservatoire des Arts et Metiers, then the Agronomic Institute in the Rue Cervantes; Great color back cover ad for Pierce Arrow cars (The George N. Pierce Company) features illustration of chauffeur holding door for woman in orange coat on city street; and more. Printed on glossy stock. Complete and unmarked with average wear. Some pages loose but all present. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue. 
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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, November (Nov.) 15, 1947: The United Nations (U.N.) - Biggest Show on Earth, Fraser, Blair; Wuorio, Eva-Lis; Rasky, Frank; Berton, Pierre; Cotton, John O.; McGeachy, J.B.; Baxter, B.; Braithwaite, M.; Shapiro, L.; Masson, Hal. Uys, Stanley; Rhine, Dr. J.B.; Lane, Carl; Lamp, James; Scott, Marg.
12 Fraser, Blair; Wuorio, Eva-Lis; Rasky, Frank; Berton, Pierre; Cotton, John O.; McGeachy, J.B.; Baxter, B.; Braithwaite, M.; Shapiro, L.; Masson, Hal. Uys, Stanley; Rhine, Dr. J.B.; Lane, Carl; Lamp, James; Scott, Marg. Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, November (Nov.) 15, 1947: The United Nations (U.N.) - Biggest Show on Earth
Toronto Maclean Hunter 1947 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Mechling, John (cover photo); Cahen, Oscar; Heffron, Walter J.; Winter; Eldridge, Harold; Pryne, Rolfe; 
84 pages. Features: Nice one-page photo ad for Ipana tooth paste features model Mrs. Frances Nalle Crider and her two children; Page 4 provides a valuable history of this publication with a photo of founder Lieut-Col. John Bayne Maclean and Horace T. Hunter; Nice one-page ad for Canadian General Electric Radios; One-page illustrated ad for The Coffield Washer Company Limited of Hamilton, Ontario presents their laundry equipment; Where's the Money Go? - the facts and figures of who's cashing in on the post-war price jumps; Nice photo and write-up of Montreal vocalist Pierrette Alarie; Biggest Show on Earth - early article on the United Nations by Pierre Berton - with photo of the General Assembly in its initial Flushing location on Long Island; Leave the Song to Me (fiction); When a Princess Marries - looking forward of the marriage of Princess Elizabeth to Lieut. Philip Mountbatten; Toronto? E-r, u-h - an adopted son finds some odd skeletons in her closet; Photo of A.V. Roe employees (Avromen) with the first Canadian jet engine; Born Out of Wedlock - each year 12,000 illegitimate Canadian babies are born into a world of adoption rackets, orphanages, legal tangles and shame - article with photo of four children (whose eyes are whited out for confidentiality); One-page colour ad for Campbell's Cream of Mushroom soup; Love Me, Love My Doghouse (fiction); Peace on a Dark Knight - the first peace treaty after WWII comes into effect, and peace came to Italy across a barbed wire fence; Sea-borne Shantytown - photo-illustrated article on Vancouver's 1,800 tax-free float town houseboat colonists; Jack of Diamonds - The fabulous story of Jack Williamson, diamond hunter from Quebec who found a fortune in Africa under a stalled car; Two Women (fiction about a love triangle); Can They Read Your Mind? - interesting article on telepathy with photos; Classy one-page colour ad for Snyder's Living Room Furniture, of Waterloo, ON and Montreal; Half-page colour ad for Ganong's Chocolates; Nice one-page colour ad for Heinz Baby Foods was intended to be shipped out and folded into a 4-page booklet; Cream of Wheat ad features Li'l Abner; Castoria laxative ad with photo of 'peevish' child and mother; Excllent two-page vintage colour ad for Chevrolet Trucks features seven great illustrations; Nice colour ad for Frigidaire appliances; Two-page black and white Buick ad; Polident ad shows man with 'denture breath'; Vintage British Columbia (B.C.) Packers half-page colour ad for their new Rupert Brand Fish Fillets; Interesting ad for Kraft's pimento cheese spread; Great one-page colour ad for General Steel Wares highights founder John McClary and the subsequent history of their McLary and GSW products; Old Dutch colour ad shows husband in apron trying to wash dishes; Deilcraft furniture ad; Photo of Lovely Joan Greenwood in Kleenex ad; Westinghouse fridge and range ads; Photo of Dick Haymes in Auto-Lite battery ad; Nice colour Waterman's pen ad with Christmas theme; Half-page orange and black Aunt Jemima pancake mix ad; Attractive back cover colour ad for B.C. Apples; and more. Front cover barely holding. Back cover loose but present. A worthy copy of this precious vintage issue. 
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Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, April 12,1943 -  Yank Bombers in Tunisia, Fuqua, Stephen O.; Pratt, William V.
13 Fuqua, Stephen O.; Pratt, William V. Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, April 12,1943 - Yank Bombers in Tunisia
USA Weekly Publications 1943 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
96 pages. Features: Details and photo for movie of the month "Presenting Lily Mars"; Lear Avia ad features A.F. (Duke) Krantz; Brief obituaries for William R. Grace, Cardinal Ermenegildo Pellegrinetti and Conrad Veidt; With Tunisian Victory Close, Where Will Allies Strike Next - major war coverage; What will the Italian Navy do?; Photos show Pilot Standring before he and other flew from a wire landing strip to attack the Japanese air base at Munda in the Solomons; World Bases After Victory - We Face a Delicate Problem - article with photo of Admirals King and Leahy, and General Marshall - plus large map proposing how US can be world's policeman; Great color-photo Camel cigarette ad centered on Navy men attracting ladies; Excellent color-photo ad for Diamond To Motor Trucks shows military activity in the high desert; Great color futuristic ad for Timken Axles shows orange super-transport; Very unique Ford centerfold ad for "The Toughest Fords Ever Built" shows Ford tanks!; Many other ads for suppliers of military supplies; Canaris loses to Himmler in contest for power - may cripple the vaunted Nazi intelligence system; Has U.S. enough aluminum?; Nice color ad for GM diesel locomotives; The Diamond Hill Machine Shop at Cos Cob, CT operated by Harold Powers - write-up with nice photo; Postwar planning on money; Basketball photo shows Kenny Sailors of Wyoming; Unusual photo ad for Douglas Fir Plywood shows it being used to make concrete ships!; Governor John W. Bricker of Ohio; Nice color ad for Studebaker shows trucks braving the snowy Alcan Highway; and much more. Above-average wear and soiling. A worthy vintage copy. 
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This Week Magazine, January 30, 1966 - Insert to the Boston Sunday Herald: Wonderful Color Cover Photo of Model Colette Bablon, Gaudet, Frederick J.; Newman, Joesph; Peters, Ellis; Lunch, Robert; Adler, Bill; Paddleford, Clementine; Lane, Judy; Rice, Charlie;
14 Gaudet, Frederick J.; Newman, Joesph; Peters, Ellis; Lunch, Robert; Adler, Bill; Paddleford, Clementine; Lane, Judy; Rice, Charlie; This Week Magazine, January 30, 1966 - Insert to the Boston Sunday Herald: Wonderful Color Cover Photo of Model Colette Bablon
USA United Newspapers Magazine Corporation / The Boston Herald 1966 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Tippit, Jack; Smith, William A.; Huehnergarth 
20 pages. Features: Dr. Frederick J. Gaudet of the the Stevens Institute of Technology is interviewed, and says we will soon cut our auto accident rate in half; Fidel Castro and the Ex-nurse - photo-illustrated article on Pepita Riera - whose Miami-based broadcasts are such a threat to the Cuban dictator that he's tried to kill her 15 times; A Grain of Mustard Seed (fiction); Those Crazy Computers! - do you think they are infallible, or are you one of thousands of Americans who know they screw up? - with great cartoon illustration of people protesting beside a huge computer; One-page color ad for miniature fruit-bearing trees - orange, lemon and lime; Letters from kids to the FBI; Half-page ad for country music record features photo of Don Wilson; Meat loaf recipes; Half-page color-photo ad for special grapefruit spoon features 'groovy' sixties colored lettering; Zipcodes USA - teen Q&A featuring photo of model Colette Bablon; Great 1/4-page black and white retro ad for "Strange Prophecies" includes photo of Marguerite Carter; Great article on hidden qualifications of celebrities - for example, Winston Churchill held a union card in a British bricklayer's local!; Super back cover color ad for the detective mystery books of Erle Stanley. Moderate wear. Clean and unmarked. A quality vintage copy. 
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Popular Science, December 1933, Volume 123, Number 6 - How Dick Bowman Flew Through a Mile of Fog, Gleason, S.; Waltz, H. Jr.; Kegl, Z.; Boone, A.; Bowman, D.; Johnson, G.; Thomas, E.; et al
15 Gleason, S.; Waltz, H. Jr.; Kegl, Z.; Boone, A.; Bowman, D.; Johnson, G.; Thomas, E.; et al Popular Science, December 1933, Volume 123, Number 6 - How Dick Bowman Flew Through a Mile of Fog
New York Popular Science Publishing Co. 1933 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Wittmack, Edgar F. (Cover) 
104 pages. The following only touches upon the highlights of the considerable fascinating photos and text in this issue. Features: Amazing cover illustration of a huge amphibious truck; Doctors face death trailing living poisons of mystery diseases; Radio pen writes in letters of fire on far-away screen - with photo of its inventor Allen B. DuMont; One-page photo-illustrated article on the preservation of vanishing totem poles in the Pacific Northwest; Photo of C.R. Klein of Santa Monica, California and his 268 HP motor; Girl fights octopus for underwater movie taken by inventor Leon F. Douglass; America's oldest road roaller found; Crackup of mighty glacier caught for first time by sound camera; Three American chinchilla farms produce most costly furs - with illustration of M.F. Chapman; Flies down radio beam through a mile of fog; How to check up on time and the seasons; Accidents still produce great inventions; Huge truck for land or water carries shipload of cargo. Ads: Fantastic one-page orange and black ad for The A.C. Gilbert Company, maker of Erector toys for boys, featuring the New Erector Sensational No. 7 Set; Nice Midwest Radio Corp. ad inside back cover features their 16-Tube All-Wave Radio, with inset photo of Wilbur Long, Jr. of Newberry, South Carolina; Outstanding back cover color-photo ad for Camel cigarettes features world billiard champion Erich Hagenlocher performing before attentive crowd. Modest wear. Clean and unmarked. A quality vintage copy. 
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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, October (Oct.) 13, 1956: Annacis Island - Industrial Colossus in the Making / The Black Day the Quebec Bridge Fell, Gray, John; Fraser, Blair; Moon, Barbara; Markham, Charles; Earl, Marjorie; Bennerman, James; Bodsworth; Fred; Trevor, Elleston; Horowitz, Mort M.; Et al
16 Gray, John; Fraser, Blair; Moon, Barbara; Markham, Charles; Earl, Marjorie; Bennerman, James; Bodsworth; Fred; Trevor, Elleston; Horowitz, Mort M.; Et al Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, October (Oct.) 13, 1956: Annacis Island - Industrial Colossus in the Making / The Black Day the Quebec Bridge Fell
Montreal Maclean Hunter 1956 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Hill, James (Cover); Anderson, Don; Macpherson, Duncan; Arbuckle, Franklin 
120 pages. Features: Cover painting of Okanagan apple harvest by James Hill; Great macho colour ad for GWG workwear inside front cover features hardy men building pipeline; Don't damn the U.S. for facing up to segregation; Let's stop leaving our future to old men; We're not so smart about the U.S.; Nice one-page colour Canadian Pacific ad features the luxurious new Empress of England; Nostalgic one-page colour ad for the GE pushbutton range (yellow); Your stake in teh U.S. Election between Eisenhower and Stevenson; The Next Ten Years of TV - amazing article foretells remote control, recorded programs (i.e. VHS), and TV in cars; Our Hidden Canadian Art Treasure - a new National Gallery promises to give breathing space to it - article with six pages of colour illustrations; They're Building a Vest-Pocket Empire on the Fraser - the Duke of Westminster bought agricultural Annacis Island in the Fraser River and plans to turn it into an industrial colossus - article with great photos, including aerial photo of the island before work started on industrial sites; From the Notebook of Dr. Hans Selye - this famous Canadian doctor, whose theories on stress inspired a new approach to medicine, looks at our ills, worries, hopes and failures and offers fascinating findings; The Killing Ground - complete novelette; Photo-illustrated article on young Canadian actress Jacqueline Ellis; The spectacular farewell of Wellington Axminster; The Black Day the Quebec Bridge Fell - on August 29, 1907, 75 people were killed when the world's biggest cantilever bridge collapsed while under construction - photo-illustrated article; Bill Dawe transports 740 mink 4,000 miles from Vancouver to Newfoundland in pursuit of cheap whalemeat - photo-illustrated article; Nice colour ad for the Omega Sapphette ladies' watch; Attractive lady featured in one-page colour ad for Philips TVs with 'Focalite' tuning eye; One-page colour ad for Massey-Harris-Ferguson features painting of pastoral farm scene with Holsteins in the field and farmer driving seed drill back to barn; Nice one-page Hammond Chord Organ ad; Nice one-page photo ad for the Schick '25' electric razor features red-headed man in suit and tie; Rexall centerfold ad features dozens of sale items at 1950s prices; One-page ad for GE's Ultra-Vision TVs; Vintage Allied Van Lines ad; Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) recruiting ad for women; Nice colour ad for O'Keefe's Ale features man hanging from end of train swinging yellow lantern; One-page ad for Birks Silversmiths advertises their Birks Sterling; Colour Wiser's Whisky ad features elegant couple; Champion Spark Plug ad features inset photo of Alick S. Dick, Managing Director of the Standard Motor Company; Colour-photo one-page ad for Canadian Club features condor catching in Peru's Andes; Dr. Heinz Unger recalls a birthday feast during the Russian Famine; Crane heating ad features illustration of men sitting around comfortable pot-bellied stove in country store; Sidney Katz' system of writing; Funky one-page colour ad for Simmons Hide-a-Beds features lady in orange dress on green hide-a-bed; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, December (Dec.) 1938 - The British Automobile Association (A.A.), Healy, W.; Stewart Dr. H.; Short, E.; greenwood, W.; Mould, M.; Tozer, B.; Christie, Agatha; Batley, V.; Thornhill, M.; Brown, J.; Bayne, E.; Stanton, J.
17 Healy, W.; Stewart Dr. H.; Short, E.; greenwood, W.; Mould, M.; Tozer, B.; Christie, Agatha; Batley, V.; Thornhill, M.; Brown, J.; Bayne, E.; Stanton, J. National Home Monthly Magazine, December (Dec.) 1938 - The British Automobile Association (A.A.)
Winnipeg National Home Monthly / Stovel 1938 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Gauthier, Joachim (cover); Smith, Ralph C.; Clymer, John F.; Holmgren, John; Burke, May C.; Clymer, John F.; Phillips, John; Rubin, Zig 
48 pages. Features: Cute colour cover illustration by Joachim Gauthier; Dignified colour ad inside front cover presents the new 1939 Ford cars, showing a dark green De Luxe V-8 Fordor Sedan and a blue V-8 Tudor Sedan; News digest includes these headings - For a Cool Head, What Happened at Munich, Two Different Problems, The Belgian Parallel, Keep the Home Fires Burning, and Books of the Season; One-page ad for Parker Vacumatic Pens; "The Bells of Bethlehem" - Photo-illustrated Christmas article on the Holy Land; Before St. Mihiel and All That (short story); Mrs. Scodger's Husband (short story); Letters to a Former Husband (short story); Britain's Army Road Scouts - great photo-illustrated article on the British Automobile Association (A.A.); The Man Who Was Lucky (short story); The Mysterious Affair at Styles (part 2 of 5) by Agatha Christie; Salute to Winter Sport - article with photos of ski jumper, bob-sledders and the honourable rite of 'bouncing' (in front of the Chateau Frontenac, Quebec); Nice Kodak one-page ad; Hollywood news includes photos of Shirley Temple, Loretta Young, Maureen O'Sullivan, Mickey Rooney, Hedy Lamarr, Robert Donat, Rosalind Russell, Jane Withers, Cary Grant, Victor McLaglen, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., and Edward G. Robertson with his wife; Scott's Emulsion ad features Uncle Dan comic; Personal Finance article; Christmas dinner suggestions and recipes; Gorgeous colour ad inside back cover for this magazine features formal couple and many front cover images on jet black background; Handsome colour Nash car ad on back cover features an orange 1939 four-door; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, October (Oct.) 1938 - North America Speaks English / Greyhound Dog Racing, Healy, W.; Stewart, Dr. H.; Barnard, L.; Greenwood, W.; Josselyn, T.; Kempton, K.; McMorrow, T.; Phayre, I.; Croft, F.
18 Healy, W.; Stewart, Dr. H.; Barnard, L.; Greenwood, W.; Josselyn, T.; Kempton, K.; McMorrow, T.; Phayre, I.; Croft, F. National Home Monthly Magazine, October (Oct.) 1938 - North America Speaks English / Greyhound Dog Racing
Winnipeg National Home Monthly / Stovel 1938 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Smith, Hal (cover); Garland, C. George; Holmgren, John; Smith, Ralph C.; Goodwin, G.G.; Clymer, John F. 
68 pages. Features: Fantastic colour-photo ad for Marboleum inside front cover shows 1930's bathroom with yellow fixtures; Editorial on Hitler's "Racism Gone Mad"; Attractive one-page colour ad for the new 1939 Plymouth features a blue four-door; News digest contains these headings - The Anti-British Outburst in Moscow; Incidentals of a Month; A 'National Unity' party; Trials of the Rowell Commission; A Summer's Books; Nostalgice one-page ad for the 1939 Dodge Six and Dodge De Luxe (orange); "North American Speaks English" - Bismarck said this was the most impressive thing in modern history - this photo-illustrated military article deals with the matter of the English-speaking North Americans joining in the impending war on the British side; More Fish in the Sea (short story); A Maker of Books (short story); Mace Webb (short story); Going to the Dogs - great photo-illustrated article on greyhound dog racing in England, with photo of General A.C. Critchley; Little Miss Hurricane (short story); Crossways House (short story); Murderers in the Football Stands - without the outlet of sports as a safety valce for his emotions the average human being would probably turn to murder, mayhem, arson and pillage(?); Palmolive ad features the Dionne Quints; Movie news and photos of Gloria Blondell, Carole Lombard, Paulette Goddard, Spencer Tracy, Tyrone Power and Norma Shearer; Lux soap ad features beautiful photos of Loretta Young; Woodbury's Cold Cream ad features photo of Danielle Darrieux; Scott's Emulsion ad features Uncle Dan comic; *Sensational* one-page colour-illustrated ad for Canadian apples shows little boy at top, different apples down left side, and cooked pie foods along bottom, with list of apple varieties and their ripening months; Where the Fashions Start (fashion article; Nice one-page two-colour ad for Heinz Soups says "The Tureen Tells Tales; Cosmetics article; World Sayings; "Serve Fish To Your Family" colour ad inside back cover; Old Dutch cleanser colour ad on back cover; and more. Bits of loss from corners of last page, otherwise average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, October (Oct.) 1939 - Cave Men of the Kalahari / Anyone Can Shoot!, Healy, W.; Stewart, Dr. H.; Rawlings, M.; Bentley, E.; Sims, M.; King, S.; Green, L.G.; Fitz-Gerald, W.; Brown, J.; Bayne, E.; Et al
19 Healy, W.; Stewart, Dr. H.; Rawlings, M.; Bentley, E.; Sims, M.; King, S.; Green, L.G.; Fitz-Gerald, W.; Brown, J.; Bayne, E.; Et al National Home Monthly Magazine, October (Oct.) 1939 - Cave Men of the Kalahari / Anyone Can Shoot!
Winnipeg Stovel / National Home Monthly 1939 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Thorne, Diana; Clymer, John F.; Garland, C. George; Holmgren, John; Smith, Ralph C. 
76 pages. Features: Cover illustration of boy peeking through hole in fence; Nice one-page ad for Willys cars for 1940; News Digest touches on congress of revolt in Washington, counting our blessings, a lesson from France, why French Cabinets are so short-lived, Japan's "New Order", and denouncing a new treaty; Lovely one-page colour-photo ad for Singer sewing machines; The Yearling (part 1); The Little Mystery; Cave Men of the Kalahari - great photo-illustrated article; One of the Family (short story); Science to the Rescue - National dividends from new experiments in many fields of empire industry; If I Die Before I Wake (short story); Anyone Can Shoot - photo-illustrated article on target shooting, with photos of Lieutenant Desmond Burke and members of the Calgary Rifle Club, including Lieutenant S. Johnson, a member of Canada's 1939 Bisley Team; Ponds ad includes photos of Mrs. John Roosevelt (the former Anne Clark), and Muriel Wright; Wonderful colour two-page ad for the 1940 Dodge Kingsway (orange); Nice half-page ad for Stewart-Warner radios shows the models 4565, 4471 and 4541; Great colour centrefold ad for the new 1940 Plymouth (blue); Movie news and photos; Brief write-up and photo of Linda Darnell; Hollywood Juveniles - article with photos of Shirley Temple, Jane Withers, Jackie Cooper, and Mickey Rooney; Fashion illustrations; Kellog's All-Bran cereal ad includes half-page Mutt and Jeff comic; Nice two-colour half-page RCA Victor radio ad shows their models A-6, A-1 and Victrola attachment; Let's Turn Back the Clock and See the Girl Your Husband Married; Walking on Air - shoe article; Are You a Blind Shopper? - article on how housewives make buying decisions; Quotes of the World; Nice colour Coke ad inside back cover shows lady in yellow dress reclining in chair after vacuuming; Colour Old Dutch cleanser ad on back cover; and more. Unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A sound copy of this great vintage issue. 
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The Saturday Evening Post, November 17, 1951 - Inside Eisenhower's Headquarters / I Was Stalin's Prisoner, Herndon, Booton; Walker, David; Fay, William; Mann, Peggy; Forester, C.S.; Hauser, Ernest O.; Webster M.D., Robert K.; Perry, George Sessions; Vogeler, Robert A.; White, Leigh et al
20 Herndon, Booton; Walker, David; Fay, William; Mann, Peggy; Forester, C.S.; Hauser, Ernest O.; Webster M.D., Robert K.; Perry, George Sessions; Vogeler, Robert A.; White, Leigh et al The Saturday Evening Post, November 17, 1951 - Inside Eisenhower's Headquarters / I Was Stalin's Prisoner
USA The Curtis Publishing Company 1951 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Hughes (cover); Ludekens, Fred; Arnold, Harriet; Garland, George; Saltzman, Harry; Riley, Ken; Bomberger, Bruce; Prins, Ben; Smith, William A.; Von Schmidt, Harold; 
188 pages. Fiction: Football Punk - That's Me; The Stalking of Sheila; The Champ's Last Fight; The Misfit; Novelette - High Stakes, Mr. Hornblower; The Killer Wore a Badge - part 2 of 6 by Thomas Walsh; Ruler of the Range - part 4 of 6 by Peter Dawson. Features: Inside Eisenhower's Headquarters - SHAPE (Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers in Europe); I'm a Doctor - And I'm Human; The Cities of America - Beaumont, Port Arthur and Orange; I Was Stalin's Prisoner - part 4 of 6; The Woes of an All-American - Vic Janowicz of Ohio State; The Sinister Doings at the United Nations - Trygve Lie and Communist penetration of UN staff; What Good Can Come Out of Korea?; Cruel Beauty of the Caribbean - the Negro Republic of Haiti - article with color photos. Ads include: Nice color-photo Nash Airflyte car ad inside front cover; Thompson Products of Cleveland; Great two-page color ad for the Crosley Shelvador fridge; nice one-page color ad for Everhot electric blankets; *Beautiful* two-page color-photo ad for Packard cars featuring famous decorator Mrs. Dorothy Draper and the new Packard Patrician '400' for 1952; Strombert-Carlson ad; Yellow-Bole pipe ad; General Tire; Very nice one-page color Campbell's Soup ad; Fisher Body; Telechron clock timers; 1952 De Soto ad; Image of Betty Crocker endorsing the General Mills Tru-Heat clothes iron; Nice one-page color ad for Dodge job-rated trucks; Ford cars; Seth Thomas watches; Sunbeam Mixmaster; Old Golds cigarettes; Lederle; Aunt Jemima half-page color ad; *Wonderful* one-page color ad for the movie 'Two Tickets to Broadway' presented by Howard Hughes; Life undergarments for women; Multi-Facet Company of New York; Borden's Starlac milk; Nice two-page color photo ad for GoodYear tires; Flexees bras; Hertz auto rental; Cream of Wheat; Honeywell Controls - with photo in submarine; Nice one-page color-photo ad for International Trucks featuring the Metro Body; Great TWA color one-page ad; "Meet Corliss Archer"; Schick 20 shaver; Raytheon television; Nice color one-page ad for United Air Lines; Nice one-page color Canada Dry ad with Pilgrim theme; Nice one-page color ad for the U.S. Army; Dormeyer appliances; Life Savers; Color Capehart-Farnsworth Radio ad; Scary one-page two-color ad for Lumbermens insurance called 'Teenicide' shows teens getting into car; Botany 500; Howard Zink seat covers; REO Trucks - one-page color ad shows truck emerging from mountain; Edgeworth and Holiday pipe tobacco ad features two sexy dames; Whirlpool appliances; Sunwest prune juice; Schrafft's chocolates; Sessions clock sets; Planters mixed nuts; Buck Skein Joe coats; Disston chain saws; Rice-Stix shirts; Cosco stools; Major General William F. Dean, Medal of Honor recipient featured in U.S. Savings Bond ad; Western Electric telephones; Camel cigarette ad on back cover features color image of comedienne Ann Sothern. Average wear. Moderate external soiling. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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