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Sights and Scenes of the World: A Series of Magnificent Photographic Views Embracing the World of Nature and Art, People's Series, No. 3, 11 November 1893, Author Not Stated
1 Author Not Stated Sights and Scenes of the World: A Series of Magnificent Photographic Views Embracing the World of Nature and Art, People's Series, No. 3, 11 November 1893
Chicago W.B. Conkey Company 1893 First Edition Paperback Fair 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 
16 pages. 13" x 10.5" oblong. Full-page black and white photos of: The Casino at Monte Carlo; The Kremlin in Moscow; Houses of Congress, Santiago, Chili (Chile); Place de la Concorde, Paris; The Rock of Gibraltar; The River Jordan - lovely country image; Unter-den-Linden, Berlin; Royal Palace at Charlottenburg, Near Berlin; Castle of Heidelberg; Imperial Opera House, Ringe Strasse, Vienna; Correggio's "Holy Night" (Painting); The Roman Pantheon; City of Palermo, Sicily; Panorama of Pompeii; The Leaning Tower of Pisa; The Champs-Elysses, Paris. Moderate staining/soiling. Unmarked. Chips from rust brown covers. 
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Sights and Scenes of the World: A Series of Magnificent Photographic Views Embracing the World of Nature and Art, People's Series, No. 7, 9 December 1893, Author Not Stated
2 Author Not Stated Sights and Scenes of the World: A Series of Magnificent Photographic Views Embracing the World of Nature and Art, People's Series, No. 7, 9 December 1893
Chicago W.B. Conkey Company 1893 First Edition Paperback Fair 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 
16 pages. 13" x 10.5" oblong. Full-page black and white photos of: Heidelberg; Parliament Building in Vienna; The Colusseum in Rome; Statue of Moses by Michaelangelo; The Roman Forum; The Campo Santo, Genoa, Italy; Cathedral of Notre Dame, Paris; The Place of La Bastile, Paris; The Table on which Napoleon I signed his abdication; The Dairy of Marie Antoinette, Versailles; View of Amsterdam, Holland; The Naerodal Pass, Norway; Gothenburg, Sweden; The National Theatre, Copenhagen, Denmark; Place Dom Pedro, Lisbon; City of Jaffa, Palestine. Minor moisture exposure. Unmarked. Average wear. 
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The New York Times Magazine, February (Feb.) 13, 1972 -  Snowmobile Dream Machines! / How Rich is a Rich Apache?, Ball, George W.; Roiphe, Anne; Rice Berkeley; Greenfeld, Josh; Gold, Herbert; Neuer, Kathleen
3 Ball, George W.; Roiphe, Anne; Rice Berkeley; Greenfeld, Josh; Gold, Herbert; Neuer, Kathleen The New York Times Magazine, February (Feb.) 13, 1972 - Snowmobile Dream Machines! / How Rich is a Rich Apache?
New York The New York Times 1972 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Karlsson, Ewert (cover); Krementz, Jill; Jacobi, Lotte; Harbutt, Charles; Polumbaum, Ted; Fehl, Fred; Stewart, Hap; Webener, Alfred; Dobkeen, Joyce; Rastelli, Vittoriano 
88 pages. Features: Dual turntable ad inside front cover; Many lovely color fashion ads; Vantage cigarette ad features photo of Lester Schreiber of Tampa; Nixon, Kissinger and the Peking (Beijing) Summit - Is This Trip Necessary?; What Women Phychoanalysts Say About Women's Liberation; The Snowmobile is an American Dream Machine - article with photo of Bill Ward and his family of Steep Falls, ME; "Writing Plays is Absolutely Senseless - But I Love It" - Arthur Miller; How Rich is a Rich Apache? - they have transformed themselves from a primitive, defeated people to a modern cooperative commonwealth; One-page ad for the 3,000 Acre Smallwood Estates development; Photo of poor black mother and children in NAACP Emergency Relief Fund Food Coupon ad; Roman Star - fashion photos; Elegant Austerity - photos of a project by architect Gae Aulenti in Milan; Many camp ads. Four-inch taped repair and faint ink stamp to back cover. Above-average external wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, August (Aug.) 10, 1963 - Photos of Early Dubai, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; et al
4 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
5 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 Illustrated London News (ILN), May 17, 1952 -  Cover Photo of the Queen at the British Industries Fair, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John
6 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John The Illustrated London News (ILN), May 17, 1952 - Cover Photo of the Queen at the British Industries Fair
England The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd. 1952 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Lobban; George Philip and Son, Ltd.; ; Sorrell, Alan; Galliano, Victor 
Pages 821-864. Features: Gorgeous Arthur Guinness, Son & Co. colour ad inside front cover features Toucan birds illustrated by Lobban; The U.S. Supreme Court; The Coronation Commission's First Meeting, and other royal occasions; Photos of the Silverstone races; The Stricken U.S.S. Wasp limps home - with photos of the 75' gash to her bow where she struck a mine-sweeper-destroyer; Photo of members of the Cho Oyu Expedition, including Mr. Eric Shipton; Stirling Moss is congratulated for a victory; Photo of Stalin holding child; The R.M.S. Gothic in the Captain Cook graving dock in Sydney; The Italian cruiser Raimondo Montecuccoli enters Grand Harbour, Malta; Aerial photos of Lake Eyre in South Australia - an inland sea that is fast reverting to a salt desert; Two pages of illustrations depict the recently completed Amsterdam-Rhine Canal, to be opened on May 21; Two pages of illustrations of engineering features of the new waterway, including the world's largest inland lock; Article entitled "Churchill versus Terpitz"; One-page map illustrates the Central African Federation Plan; Centerfold illustration of the City of Bath in the pride of its Roman civilization - Britain's most ancient spa as it was 1800 years ago; Photos of the Duke of Edinburgh in South Wales; Photos of the Queen and other visitors at the British Industries Fair; Photos of the Royal Danish visit to England; Photos of Personalities of the week - including the recently departed Sir Oswald Birley; Photos of Australia's possible atomic test sites; The New Kirkuk-Banias oil pipeline; Photos of amphibious and cliff assaults demonstrated with realism by the Royal Marines; Very tasteful colour-illustrated ad for the Daimler "Regency" inside back cover; Colour Hawker Siddeley Group ad (#5 in a series) on back cover; and more. Centerfold holding by one staple. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A quality vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), December 27, 1952 - Cover Photo of the First Portrait of the Moon By the World's Largest Telescope at the Palomar Observatory, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril;
7 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; The Illustrated London News (ILN), December 27, 1952 - Cover Photo of the First Portrait of the Moon By the World's Largest Telescope at the Palomar Observatory
England The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd. 1952 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Patrick, J. McIntosh; Frere, Sheppard 
Pages 1057-1092. Features: Colour ad inside front cover by Dunlop Rubber features illustration of St. Mary's Cathedral in Iona; Five photos of the moon and planets from the Palomar Observatory; Nice one-page photo portrait of Admiral Lord Mountbatten; Six photos of the Circus at Olympia - with the Queen and Prince Phillip present; The Private papers of Douglas Haig, 1914-1919; Photos of Lake Eyre's transformation from desert to lake to desert; A Canadian Fighter Wing for N.A.T.O. - three photos of the handing-over of the R.C.A.F. fighter base at Grostenquin, in France, with men and aircraft, to the command of N.A.T.O.; Two photos of America's latest eight-jet stratofortress, the Boeing YB-B52 Stratofortress; Eisenhower's visit to Korea; Photo of Eisenhower carving his Thanksgiving turkey; Six photos of West Africa's first waterborne "Petrol Train", the 'Adama' and her barges' 1,200-mile voyage; Centerfold illustration of Canterbury as it was in Roman times; Deciphering the palimpset of Canterbury (courtesy of excavations made possible by the blitz); Seven photos of the presentation of the Noble prizes by King Gustaf, and the Nobel banquet; Photos of personalities of the week, including Sir William Dampier and Sir William Goscombe John; Photo of the new President of Israel, Mr. Itzhak Ben-Zvi, taking the oath in the Knesset; Six photos of an automatic mail sorting machine in use in a Belgian post office; Photos and brief write-ups of the regular contributors to the publication - Frank Davis, J.C. Trewin, Baruch H. Wood, Clarence Elliott, Cyril Falls, Arthur Bryant, Sir John Squire, E.D. O'Brien, Mrs. Romilly John, Dr. Maurice Burton and Alan Dent; Nice colour ad on back cover for Imperial Leather's toilet powder; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A quality vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, August (Aug.) 17, 1946: Trouble in Palestine / Atomic Bom Photos from Bikini, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al
8 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al The Illustrated London News, August (Aug.) 17, 1946: Trouble in Palestine / Atomic Bom Photos from Bikini
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1946 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Pages 170- 196. Features: Cover photo of huge illegal arms cache discovered in sealed cellars beneath a school in Tel Aviv; Two fascinating pages of photos of troubles in Palestine - curfew scenes, illegal arms, and illegal immigrants; A crime which shocked the world - photo of the King David Hotel explosion taken two seconds after the detonation of explosives laid in the basement by Jewish terrorists of the Irgun Zvai Leumi organization; Seven photos document the collision of the 'American Farmer' with the American steamer 'William J. Riddle', and the aftermath; Page of historic maps of Russia; Photos of personalities of the week include The King, the Princesses, Capt. Millers, chief officer J. E. Millers, M. Recep Peker, Lord Tedder, and Maj. Gen. H. E. Rance; Article entitled Norway and her Neighbours; Page of photos document H.M.S. Colossus being loaned to France; Two large aerial photos of Eastbourne - a target for Britain's postwar year holidaymakers; Amazing two page panoramic photo of the first Bikini atom bomb exploded in the air, showing many target warships blazing at their lagoon anchorage; Incredible centrefold photo of the underwater atomic bomb test at Bikini; Two pages of photos of Princess Elizabeth being invested as a Bard in Dufferin Park, Glamorgan; Photos of latest discoveries at the Low Ham Roman bath; Page of photos of personalities at the Paris peace conference; Two pages of Elizabethan silver gilt fruit dishes of unique beauty, acquired for the V. and A. Collection; Photo of Winston Churchill in his study at Chartwell; Fascinating and historic photo of wall map used by Gen. Eisenhower for the D-Day operations; Colour back cover add for the Lanchester 10 car. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, January (Jan.) 26, 1946: Cover Photo of the Largest Diamond Ever Found, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al
9 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al The Illustrated London News, January (Jan.) 26, 1946: Cover Photo of the Largest Diamond Ever Found
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1946 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Beaton, Cecil; Cuneo, Terence T. 
Pages 85- 112. Features: Cover photo of the largest diamond ever found in alluvial deposits - 770 carat stone found in the Woyie River, Sierra leone; Illustrations compare the size of this diamond with other families gems; Two pages of illustrations show construction of a giant new type of locomotive at Swindon; Superb full-page photo portrait of Gen. DeGaulle, who has announced his resignation; Two fascinating pages of illustrations explain how torpedoes hunt their prey by sound, and leave no telltale bubble track; Article entitled "Record of the Second New Zealand Division" includes photos of V.C. winners Sgt. J. D. Hinton, Sgt. A. C. Hulme, second Lieut. K. Elliott, second Lieut. M. Ngarimu, and Capt. C. H. Upam; Page of four graphs illustrates Britain's wartime austerity; Photos of the fateful first meeting of the Security Council of the United Nations at Albert Hall; One-page photo of France's spokesman on the French Mandated Territories, M. Georges Bidault, addressing the general assembly of the United Nations at Central Hall, Westminster; Centrefold illustration shows a debate in progress at the Hampstead Parliament; Photos of large-scale reconstruction in Spain, including the University City of Madrid; Photos illustrate abundant consumer goods available and Madrid; Photos of personalities of the week include Dr. R. E. W. Flower, Lord Caldecote, Lord Goddard, Maj. Gen. F. E. Simpson, Sir George Arthur, Lord Plender, Gerald Barry, Sir A. Clark Kerr, Mr. Churchill and his wife, Miss D. K. Dix, new governor of Newfoundland Mr. Gordon McDonald, and Spanish chess prodigy Arturo Pomar; Six photos of Brookands, the famous British motor racing track, and it's camouflaged wartime disguise; Photo of HMC S "Warrior"; Photos of hundreds of US bomber trainers for sale to the public in Ontario, California; Statue of Peter Pan in Brussels is pocked with bullet holes after German revolver practice; Two photos of King Ibn Saud and King Farouk; Photo of the most important discovery of Roman remains ever made in Canterbury; Two pages of beautiful architectural photos of the Chapel of the Royal Naval College at Greenwich. Unmarked with average wear. Outer advertising pages not included. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, Saturday, June 19, 1948: "Kobenhavn" Sinks After Striking Floating Mine, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al
10 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al The Illustrated London News, Saturday, June 19, 1948: "Kobenhavn" Sinks After Striking Floating Mine
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1948 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall de Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 677-704. Features: Cover photo of massive disappointed crowd after cancellation of Trooping The Colour due to poor weather forecast; Colour ad by the Nuffield Organization inside front cover explains how the export of their cars return bread to Britain; Air photo of the great Roman amphitheater at Verulamium; Two pages of illustrations of 10 centuries old St. Albans; Six nice photos illustrate the Rumanian Royal wedding in Athens where ex-King Michael married Princess Anne; Six photos of the battle for the Ashes - England plays Australia at Nottingham; Four dramatic photos illustrate the "Kobenhavn" disaster which killed 60 when the Danish passenger ship struck a floating World War II mine; Article on politics and the European recovery program; Photos of bombing tests on "HMS Nelson", and other international naval news; Photos of personalities in the news include Col. Sir A. Webb-Johnson, Sir F. K. Taylor, T. E. Williams, the right Hon. W. Whiteley, the Rev H. E. Lewis, W. De La Mare, W. Gilliatt, Air Commander F. Whittle, Leigh Ashton, A. H. Gardiner, Charles B. Cochran, Sir F. Soskice, Lord Henderson, Dr. Edward Benes, Anthony Quayle, the Maharaja of Kapurthala with Lord and Lady Mountbatten, John St. Maur Ramsden, Dr. Arnold, and the Queen with Princess Margaret and Mr. Attlee; Photos of the 58th Royal tournament at Olympia; Centrefold illustration depicts the Royal Air Force establishing a forward airfield in a thrilling set piece at Olympia; Miscellaneous Royal photos; Photo of the British Wightman Cup team; Photo of the victorious United States Wightman Cup team; Photo of the Rundfunkhaus, the Berlin radio station situated in the British zone, but used and occupied by the Russians; Photo of Genevieve Danelle, the first woman to face the firing squad in the Paris region since World War I; Photo of the wreckage of the charter aircraft which crashed at Cronk-Ny-Irey-Lhaa, I.O.M., while carrying visitors to the T.T. races; Photo of the Arab-Jew truce mediator, Count Bernadotte, approaching the Transjordan Foreign Ministry during the recent truce negotiations; Photo of military recruiting posters in Tel Aviv; Article and wonderful photos describe newly revealed ancient sanctuary in the Ceylon jungle - the revelation of Mandalagiri; Nice colour ad for Dewar's "White Label" Scotch whiskey shows case being hoisted onto oceanliner "Elizabeth". Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, Saturday, May 8, 1948: The Squalid Tragedy of Palestine, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al
11 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al The Illustrated London News, Saturday, May 8, 1948: The Squalid Tragedy of Palestine
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1948 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall de Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 509-536. Features: Series of illustrations show how the Foot Guards' Bearskin and the pre-1914 Infantry helmet evolved from a common ancestor, the 17th-century fatigue cap; One-page Karsh photo portrait of Mackenzie King; Photo of Berlin West power station stripped by the Russians in 1945; Photo of the pit headgear of the new shaft at Mosley Common Colliery; Photo of Roman villa recently unearthed at Lawrence Weston on a housing site; Book review of "Great Morning" by Sir Obert Sitwell; Five photos of an Australian Antarctic survey, The "Wyatt Earp's" latest cruise; Two pages of graphic photos illustrate the squalid tragedy of Palestine - aspects of the dark scene in the Holy land, with the British mandate due to end next week; Article discusses the aftermath of WWII and an approach to Western European Union; One-page map of the strife-torn holy land and her circle of Arab neighbours; Five illustrations of the Dogs' Home at Battersea; Centrefold illustration of scene in the Battersea Dogs' Home; Photo of the Loibl Pass incident - Brig. Churchill, commander of the British zone in Austria, and his party, meet the Yugoslav delegation at the frontier Post; Photo of the return of two British subjects after the Loible Pass incident; Photo of debris after the spire of Oxborough Church, Norfolk, collapsed into the nave; Photo of damaged villa after bomb attempt on the life of the WAFD leader, Nahas Pasha in Cairo on April 25; Photo of a strange craft called "Copula", in which two Frenchmen propose to make a voyage around the world; Photo of the "Rainbow", built in Brazil and lately brought to Paris for an exhibition - described as the world's biggest hydroplane; Photos of Princess Margaret's visit to Bath; Photos of personalities of the week include fisher Miss Joan Watkins, Alan Helm, Gen. Chang Kai-shek, Lieut. Gen. Sir Charles Keightley, Signor De Gasperi, Christos Ladas, J. Platts-Mills, head of the new West Java state, Negara Pasoendan, Mr. Wirana-Takoesoemah, the new King of the Yemen, Seif-El-Islam Ahmed; Photos of new weapons and subzero tests - aspect of US military research; Photo and quote from Mr. Churchill in ad for The Royal Cancer Hospital. Soiling to covers, otherwise unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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Leica Fotografie - International Magazine for 35mm Photography: 5 / 1987 -  Pictures on Your Doorstep / Prof. Ulrich Mack, Bugdoll, Edmund: Editor
12 Bugdoll, Edmund: Editor Leica Fotografie - International Magazine for 35mm Photography: 5 / 1987 - Pictures on Your Doorstep / Prof. Ulrich Mack
Germany Umschau Verlag 1987 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Schulz, Marc O. 
36 pages. Text in English. Features: Many wonderful photos of German scenes; Prof. Ulrich Mack; Roman Bezjak; Johannes-Georg Kallnick; Dirk Hund; Ferdinand Graf Luckner; Mark Oliver Schulz; Merian - picture of a picture magazine; and more. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A sound copy. 
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Medieval History Magazine - The First Magazine Devoted to the Medieval Era: Issue 13 (Thirteen), September 2004: Empire and Anti-Empire, Cash, Jackie; Lowe, Steven; Marks, Henry; Lowe, Steven; et al
13 Cash, Jackie; Lowe, Steven; Marks, Henry; Lowe, Steven; et al Medieval History Magazine - The First Magazine Devoted to the Medieval Era: Issue 13 (Thirteen), September 2004: Empire and Anti-Empire
U.K. Harnois / Royal Armouries 2004 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 
82 pages. Features: Ancestral Trust - The English in the Eastern Roman Empire; Dining with Angels - Cuisine of the Eastern Roman Empire; The Anti-Empire - a brief history of Armenia; The Changing Tale of Armenian Clothing; Kingdom in the Sun II - The Other Norman Conquest; Fighting Cardinals - Henry Beaufort & Guiliano Cesarini; The Work of the Sofer - reproducing the holy texts of Jerusalem; and more. Moderate wear. A sound copy. 
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Canadian Magazine, October 24, 1970 - Uranium Magnate Steve Roman / Early Vancouver Canucks NHL Article, Cobb, David; Hughes, Barry Conn; Meyer, Helen; Grant, Maggie
14 Cobb, David; Hughes, Barry Conn; Meyer, Helen; Grant, Maggie Canadian Magazine, October 24, 1970 - Uranium Magnate Steve Roman / Early Vancouver Canucks NHL Article
Canada Toronto Daily Star 1970 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Cobb, David; Halling, Jorgen; Evaluardjuk, Henry; Pierre, Richard 
32 pages. Features: Dave Cobb's cross-Canada motorcycle journey - part 1; Steve Roman and his $2.5 Billion Uranium Empire - with great photo in back of limo; Great nostalgic full-page colour-photo ad for Dodge/Fargo pickup trucks; Full-page Skiroule ad; Tales of Igloolik - Henry Evaluardjuk's oil paintings keep the legends of his people alive - article with colour reproductions of paintings; Exotics to Go - photos of interesting takeout foods; The old man and the kid - early article about the new NHL franchise the Vancouver Canucks with great full-page photo of Dale Tallon and his Trans-Am and a nice family photo of Orland Kurtenbach, plus a photo of Bud Poile and Hal Laycoe; Two nice pages of colour fashion photos including fur; Doug Wright's Family; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The American Contractor Magazine, June 1, 1929 - Moving Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Chicago, Editor Not Stated
15 Editor Not Stated The American Contractor Magazine, June 1, 1929 - Moving Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Chicago
Chicago The American Contractor 1929 First American Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 
40 pages. Features: Dovetail Anchor Slot Co. ad inside front cover features photo of the Provident Mutual Life Insurance Company Building in Philadelphia; Nice full-page ad for the Indiana Limestone Company features photo of the Industrial Trust Co. Building in Providence, RI; Tidewater Red Cypress lumber ad features photo of 40-year-old water tank; Nice photo ad for the Bates-Truss Joists company; Tie-To Insert Company ad features photo of St. Mary's School of Nursing in Milwaukee; vintage Skilsaw ad; Largest Moving Job Successfully Completed - article and fantastic photos document moving the 9,000 ton Our Lady of Lourdes Roman Catholic Church to a new Chicago location; Experiment with new credit structure in Denver, CO; Wear and tear on concrete floors -article with photos; Bookkeeping for the Contractor - part III; The contractor and the courts; Photo of construction of the Murray Wood Products plant at Memphis, TN; Photo of Andrew W. Mellon laying cornerstone of $10 million I.R.S. building in Washington, D.C.; Latest prices of materials; Construction activity this week; Sealed Proposal Announcements; Great illustrated ad for International Harvester inside back cover with image of one of their trucks at work in Chicago; Back cover ad for General Electric features photo of the new home of the Alabama Power Company in Birmingham; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. These nostalgic topics and images are certain to please modern-day contractors. 
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Maclean's Magazine, 5 November 1966 *Frank Sinatra Cover Photo*, Foster, Pam Hyatt; Locke, Jeannine; Fraser, Blair; Edmonds, Alan; Carr, Emily; Frayne, Trent; Carroll, Joy; Kieran, Sheila H.; Robert, Marika; et al
16 Foster, Pam Hyatt; Locke, Jeannine; Fraser, Blair; Edmonds, Alan; Carr, Emily; Frayne, Trent; Carroll, Joy; Kieran, Sheila H.; Robert, Marika; et al Maclean's Magazine, 5 November 1966 *Frank Sinatra Cover Photo*
Toronto Maclean Hunter 1966 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 
68 pages. Features and articles include: How Regina's Courts Favoured Segregation - Ingrid Bintner can't enroll in a local public school because she's a Roman Catholic; How LSD Saved My Marriage, by Pam Hyatt Foster; The Hawks lost, but Rhodesia may yet defeat the Doves - Canada rescued the Commonwealth - but was it worth the trouble?; How Canadian wonder boy, film director Sidney Furie, "tamed" Frank Sinatra; The Private World of Emily Carr; Montreal Canadiens' goalie Gump (Lorne) Worsley - The Has-been who doesn't know enough to stop being better than anybody - with photos; The House that Wouldn't Stop - Joy Carroll on her family home which began as a modest east-end Toronto summer cottage and ended as a 13-room townhouse - with photos; Peggy Ann Walpole of Toronto's 'Street Haven' helps prostitutes, lesbians, and junkies; How to be a girl alone and see the world, by globe-trotter Marika Robert; Absolutely BEAUTIFUL two-page colour photo featuring a red Buick Wildcat Sport Coupe; Gerald Stevens' Canadiana column; Colour Panasonic TV ad - looks very dated!; Colour photo Ford Auto centerfold which includes a white 1967 Mustang 2+2 Fastback; Postscript to Death in the Arctic - L.A. Learmonth replies to Farley Mowat's coverage of the death of Eskimo Soosee in the July 2/1966 issue of Maclean's; Two-page colour photo ad for 1967 Chevrolet featuring the 1967 Impala Sport Coupe; Rabbi Abraham L. Feinberg argues that Johnson's Vietnam war makes civil disobedience an unavoidable duty. Average wear. Address label on front cover. Binding intact. A sound copy. 
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Realites: Femina - Mars 1964, Numero 218, Gallup, Georges; Hursch, Erhard; Louis, Roger; Broizat, Jean; Deffarge, Claude; Troeller, Gorgian; Hunebelle, Danielle; Reed, Muriel; Butor, Michel; Erhmann, Gilles; Marchant, Pierre; Lenz, Jean-Pierre
17 Gallup, Georges; Hursch, Erhard; Louis, Roger; Broizat, Jean; Deffarge, Claude; Troeller, Gorgian; Hunebelle, Danielle; Reed, Muriel; Butor, Michel; Erhmann, Gilles; Marchant, Pierre; Lenz, Jean-Pierre Realites: Femina - Mars 1964, Numero 218
France Societe D'Etudes et Publications Economiques 1964 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
98 pages. Text in French. Features: Le miracle est devant nous; Chine - un document exceptionnel; Ma decouverte de l'oreopitheque; Ou en est le niveau de vie des Francais; Le combat desespere des Kurdes; L'existence d'une famille roumaine en 1964; Les enfants martyrs du divorce; L'objet-cathedrale par le nouveau Roman; Que se passe-t-il au chateau d'Oublaisse?; L'homme qui reconcilie l'Art et la Science; Les 10 meilleurs restaurants exotiques; Les secrets de Roger Vailland. Printed on glossy stock. Profusely illustrated in colour and black and white. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Collier's Magazine, August 10, 1946 - Henry Kaiser (Conclusion) / "Breezy" Eason Stages Debacles for Movies / Ethel Merman / Boston Mayor James Michael Curley, Havighurst, Walter; Dickinson, Barbara;; Steig, Henry; Ross, Leonard Q.; Richards, Robert; Lanham, Edwin; Brown, Joe David; McHugh, Gene; Davenport, Walter; Smith, H. Allen; Porter, Amy; Velie, Lester; Dinneen, Joseph; Marshall, Jim; Vanderbilt, Amy
18 Havighurst, Walter; Dickinson, Barbara;; Steig, Henry; Ross, Leonard Q.; Richards, Robert; Lanham, Edwin; Brown, Joe David; McHugh, Gene; Davenport, Walter; Smith, H. Allen; Porter, Amy; Velie, Lester; Dinneen, Joseph; Marshall, Jim; Vanderbilt, Amy Collier's Magazine, August 10, 1946 - Henry Kaiser (Conclusion) / "Breezy" Eason Stages Debacles for Movies / Ethel Merman / Boston Mayor James Michael Curley
USA Crowell-Collier 1946 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio Karger-Pix, George; Brown, Elmore; Peskin-Pix, David; Berman, Sam; Klett, Walter; Roman, Dun; Bischoff, Henry E.; Huston-Pix; Bobertz, Carl; Stern, Phil; Eng, Fred; Knopf-Pix, Hans; Anderson, Lyman 
86 pages. Fiction: The Captain's Cap; I Want You To See My Sister; Mother Loved Father; Sleep, My Love; The Leopard; A Day on the Ocean. Articles: Cinderella Sport - Harness Racing Reaches New Heights; Being a Communist in the USA has its headaches; Low Man on a Lightning Rod; Ethel Merman's Broadway Success - article with color photos; The Truth about Henry Kaiser - conclusion; Boston's Incredible Mayor Curley - article with photos; Movie Catastrophe Maker - Mr. "Breezy" Eason; Bermuda novelty hats made of real flowers and fruits; Brief article with photos of Consolidated Vultee's six-engined B-36. Nice ads include: Color ad for GE radios featuring Marjorie Reynolds; Good Year tires; Great color ad for International Trucks; Vitalis scalp oil; Borden's - with Elsie the Cow; New York Central Railway; Piper Aircraft; Nice 2-page color ad for the Pennsylvania Railroad; GM Electro-Motive Division; Great Coke ad shows local men at soda fountain with cob of corn; Ford Trucks; Schlitz Beer; TWA; "Rendezvous with Annie" movie ad; Packard cars; Carling's Ale; Back cover ad for Chesterfield cigarettes features lovely color photo of young woman. Unmarked. Moderate wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 10, Number 8, March 12 - 18, 1941, Hutchinson, Walter: Editor
19 Hutchinson, Walter: Editor Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 10, Number 8, March 12 - 18, 1941
London & Glasgow Hutchinson & Co. (Publishers) Ltd. 1941 First Edition Paperback Fair 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 
32 pages. Printed on glossy stock. Profusely illustrated with black and white photos and illustrations. Features: Aerial photo of an intense RAF boming attack on the Italian stronghold of Keren in Eritrea; Photos aboard Britain's newest battleship, the H.M.S. King George V, including a photo of her 14" guns firing on the quarter-deck turret; Photos of the war in Albania; Photo-illustrated text of statement in Parliament by Sir Archibald Sinclair; Photo of Whitley bombers under construction in northern England; S. Drigin illustration of Beaufort torpedoes sinking a German destroyer; Super action photos of a Messerschmitt 110 attack on a naval convoy; Photos of bomb damage in London including Buckingham Palace and the Roman Catholic cathedral of St. David in Cardiff; Photos of mangled German aircraft on the ground in England; Full-page detailed map of Industrial objectives bombed in the Hamburg area; Centerfold illustration by Montague B. Black depicts the British taking over Berbera, capital of British Somaliland; Photo of a complete Czechoslovak bomber squadron walking toward their planes along a row of bombs they will be dropping; Photo of Czechoslovak Wellington taking off and another one flying under moonlight; Abyssinia prepares to expel the oppressor - photos; Their majesties inspect Polish troops; Photo-illustrated text of a broadcast by Ernest Bevin entitled "Mobilisation of Man-Power"; Photo of Sir Henry Maitland Wilson, Governor of Cyrenaica, inspecting men of the captured Tripolitanian Camel Corps; Commentary on the war this week; Photos of how the British Army trains to meet invasion; Summary of the chief events in the war this week. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Binding tight. Modest moisture exposure to top edge of most pages and back cover has resulted in light staining and minor undulations. A sound copy. 
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Collier's Magazine, September 28, 1946 - Ted Williams / Will Curare Cure Polio?, Johnston, George H.; March, William; Caspary, Vera; Fuller, William; Smith, Elena Sbedico; Webber, Olga and Everett; Stassen, Harold; Courtney, W.; Trumbull, Robert; Roberts, Andrew; Crichton, Kyle; Ratcliff, J.; Asbury, Herbert
20 Johnston, George H.; March, William; Caspary, Vera; Fuller, William; Smith, Elena Sbedico; Webber, Olga and Everett; Stassen, Harold; Courtney, W.; Trumbull, Robert; Roberts, Andrew; Crichton, Kyle; Ratcliff, J.; Asbury, Herbert Collier's Magazine, September 28, 1946 - Ted Williams / Will Curare Cure Polio?
USA Crowell-Collier 1946 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio Greene-Bauman; Pike, John; Geiger-Rapho-Guillumette; Gregori, Leon; Zaltsman, Joseph; Cooper, Mario; Prince, Meade; Peskin-Pix, David; Brown, Elmore 
98 pages. Fiction: Roman Mosaic; Old Sorority Sister; Stranger Than Truth; Tiger Swamp Campaign; The Spur; Faster Than a Mule. Articles: A Republican suggests solutions for our major problems; Peace Street / Rue de la Paix - The Wall Street of Fashion in Paris - article with photos of Rambaud, Schiaparelli; Billions in the Mud - article and photos of our pacific bases - wrestled from the Japs - which are now monuments of neglect (photos of acres of equipment); Brains in the Ballet; Ted Williams - The World Series and Me; Curare may be a cure for Polio; Pictures in Stones. Ads include: Sheaffer's pens; B.F. Goodrich tires; Seiberling tires; Rensie Watches; Knox men's fashions; Borden's Instant Coffee; Hudson Cars - a very attractive color ad; Firestone tires; Columbia Records - featuring Frank Sinatra; Ford cars; General Motors - featuring image of boy at wooden school desk; Miller beer; Jeep station wagons; Remington shavers; "No Leave No Love" movie ad featuring Van Johnson; Fantastic color photo ad for Caterpillar bulldozers; Camel cigarettes (back cover) featuring kindly old doctor. Openings along coverfold. Unmarked. Moderate wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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