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The Granite Monthly - A New Hampshire Magazine, September 1923, Blanchard, Grace; Stevens, Raymond B.; Sargent, Eaton D.; Farrand, George E.; Winant, John G.; Goodwin, H. Reynolds; Woodbury, E.E.; Nabstedt, H.M.; Worthen, Samuel Copp; Potter, G.F.; Woodsworth, Harry C.
1 Blanchard, Grace; Stevens, Raymond B.; Sargent, Eaton D.; Farrand, George E.; Winant, John G.; Goodwin, H. Reynolds; Woodbury, E.E.; Nabstedt, H.M.; Worthen, Samuel Copp; Potter, G.F.; Woodsworth, Harry C. The Granite Monthly - A New Hampshire Magazine, September 1923
USA The Granite Monthly Company 1923 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Pages 405-455. Black and white photos. Features: Future policies of the Democratic Party - i. forty-eight hours, taxation, and water power ii. the Democratic Party of the future iii. for the rights of the average man; "Three sentinels of the north" and the Durham meeting; New Hampshire looks back over her splendid past - photos of scenes from this month's celebrations; "Are you a hiker?" - some suggestions for campers; A forest fire - article with sad photos of the aftermath; The Bristol Dam - an important water power development - article with four excellent photos; The story of a Kensington warrior - Major Ezekiel Worthen of Kensington; An anthology of one poem poets; New Hampshire apples at their best - the story of Hardy and Son - article with great photos; The New Hampshire League of Woman Voters; Marsh King and the King Farm - a two-man farm with a wonderful record - article with nice photos; Prohibition; Nice full-page photo ad for Amoskeag Manufacturing Co.'s largest textile plant in the world; Full-page ad for the Polar Caves; Full page photo of President Calvin Coolidge - First New England President since Franklin Pierce; The Legion at the Weirs, Aug. 13-16 - great photos; New Hampshire Necrology; and more. Average wear. Some external soiling. A sound vintage copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, June 11, 1967 -  Martin Luther King Defines "Black Power", Eder, Richard; Furlong, William Barry; King, Martin Luther Jr.; Raskin, A.H.; Garrison, Lloyd; West, Richard; Peterson, Patricia; Kramer, Rita; Claiborne, Craig; Plumb, B.
2 Eder, Richard; Furlong, William Barry; King, Martin Luther Jr.; Raskin, A.H.; Garrison, Lloyd; West, Richard; Peterson, Patricia; Kramer, Rita; Claiborne, Craig; Plumb, B. The New York Times Magazine, June 11, 1967 - Martin Luther King Defines "Black Power"
New York The New York Times 1967 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Shay, Art; 
112 pages. Features: Many gorgeous color fashion ads; Great Robin Hood-themed ad for Patty Petite fashions; Nice one-page black and white photo portrait Hohner harmonica ad features Al Hirt; Lovely Springmaid color-photo centerfold Springmaid ad features Sandy Hilton; Nice Jade East ad; Great Jane Irwill ad entitled Knitticism!; Martin Luther King Defines "Black Power" - photo-illustrated article in which King says Blacks respond to violence because they lack influence on American thought, and he advocates the use of Black economic, political, and ideological power (Fisher, page 10); What's Wrong with American Newspapers? - a newsman's critique of the press; The Ibos go it alone in Nigeria - photo-illustrated article; WWII sex education cartoon by Sgt. George Baker features Sad Sack after watching an Army sex hygiene film; Lovely two-page Faberge lipstick ad; Nice color ad for Rooster square-bottom ties; What We're Learning About Learning; Italian villa of Romano Rui designed by Gian Case; Great photo of 1920s New York newsstand; Elephants to the Rescue in Vietnam; Fantastic very colorful one-page photo ad for Pinch whisky appears to feature Benny Goodman and friends; and more. Please note: Missing pages 87-92. Above-average wear. Some pages loose but present. Covers loose but present. Faint library stamp and handwritten date upon front cover. A rough but worthy reference copy. 
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Maclean's Magazine, June 15, 1951 - Haig-Brown Feature and "If The Russians Attack Canada", Haig-Brown, Roderick; et al
3 Haig-Brown, Roderick; et al Maclean's Magazine, June 15, 1951 - Haig-Brown Feature and "If The Russians Attack Canada"
Toronto Maclean Hunter / Key Publishers 1951 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Winter, William (Cover) 
Cover Painting by William Winter shows a joyous last day of school. Features: Colour photo Studebaker Commander V-8 ad inside front cover; Nice colour ad for George Weston Limited shows bride-to-be with family; Spyglass on Sweden - the Welfare State; If the Russians Attack Canada - article with photos and interesting map of likeliest Canadian targets; Wide Open, Excellency, by Lesley Holmes; How the Stock Crooks Operate, by Fred Bodsworth - how the 'blower boys' peddle worthless stocks via long-distance phone; The Long Ordeal of Mrs. Tak Sook Kyun - the Korean War has taken her home near the Manchrian border, her husband, her baby, and tossed her up like driftwood on the crowded Pusan hills - article by Pierre Berton with sad photos; Banff - a paradise for Sultans and Stenos - article with great colour photos; The Ups and Downs of Alan Young - originally from West Vancouver, he fought his way to the top in radio and movies; What it's Like to Live in the Dark - Larry Bartlett was blinded by a German shell; Boswell of the Brooks - Writer Roderick Haig-Brown milks a cow every day and gets called "Your Worship" - article with photos; The Secret Behind The Fiery Phantom that Sails Bay Chaleur; Nice colour illustrated ad for Allis-Chalmers Rumely, Ltd showing a grader levelling a country road; Attractive colour ad for the Hillman Minx Convertible; Colour illustrated Coke centerfold shows store display and picnic lunch packed and ready to eat; Colour Chevrolet ad featuring a 2-door Bel Air; Nice colour photo ad for Snyder's Fine Furniture; Colour illustrated ad for the Ford Custom Deluxe Convertible; Nice 2-colour ad for the Austin A-40 Devon auto; Nice colour Parker Pen ad inside back cover features endorsement by Mazo De La Roche; Colour Margene ad on back cover. Average wear. Unmarked. Address label atop front cover. A sound copy of this particularly wonderful issue. 
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Weekend Magazine, December (Dec.) 3, 1966, Vol. 16, No. 49: When Miss Canada Was Pure, Plump and Proud / John Lennon Goes to War, Klyn, Doyle; Harrington, Michael Francis; O'Brien, Andy; Burns, Lt.-Gen. E.L. M.Scarlett, Robert W.; Smith, Philip; Oliver, Margo; Franklin, Stephen; McCracken, Melinda
4 Klyn, Doyle; Harrington, Michael Francis; O'Brien, Andy; Burns, Lt.-Gen. E.L. M.Scarlett, Robert W.; Smith, Philip; Oliver, Margo; Franklin, Stephen; McCracken, Melinda Weekend Magazine, December (Dec.) 3, 1966, Vol. 16, No. 49: When Miss Canada Was Pure, Plump and Proud / John Lennon Goes to War
Victoria, BC Victoria Daily Times 1966 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Beaver, Bert 
64 pages. Features: The U.S.S.R. and I - colour-photo-illustrated article describes what it's like to be a tourist in the Soviet Union; Fantastic one-page colour-photo ad for the 1967 Dodge Dart, red - convertible and black hardtop; When the Cable Came to Heart's Content - one hundred years ago the ship 'Great Eastern' linked Newfoundland with Europe; Snow Cruiser snowmobile half-page colour-photo ad; Let's Give The All Assists - a discussion of how assists are awarded in the NHL; Nice one-page colour-photo ad for the line of C.C.M. sports products; Lt.-Gen. E.L.M. Burns discusses what hope he sees for peace in the nuclear age; Vintage one-page colour toy ad for Eldon Road Racing Sets and new Eldon Tinyrooms; Centrefold colour ad for Parker Pens; My Pet Tarantula - Robert Scarlett describes his pet, one of 2,500 insects, butterflies and spiders in his collection; Safe Driving Week - A Sad Report on how Canadian motorists die; Great one-page colour-photo ad for Aylmer Soup features two photos of Phyllis Diller; How to Build a Candy House; Nice photo-illustrated article on Brampton radio station CHIC's all-girl team of disk jockeys, Jan Campbell, Marilyn Macdonnell, Penny Machtell and Febby Barnard; (Toy) Dolls Come Alive with Personality; Great photo-illustrated article on Beatle John Lennon going to war as Gripweed in making of the film 'How I Won The War'. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A sound vintage copy. 
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Air Enthusiast Magazine - Issues 13, 14 and 15 (1980-81) Bound in One Volume, Multiple Contributors
5 Multiple Contributors Air Enthusiast Magazine - Issues 13, 14 and 15 (1980-81) Bound in One Volume
UK Fine Scroll 1981 First Edition Hardcover Fine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Dr. Dornier's great white wall - the story of the Do X 12-engined flying-boat; Fighters of the Cross of Christ - the growth of fighter squadrons in the Portuguese Air Force from 1940 to 1952; Ilyushin's Proliferous Shturmovic - II - 2nd and concluding part of ana article on the Ilyushin II-2/11-10 family; Miles M.52 - the supersonic dream - the sad story of Britain's first supersonic aircraft design; Fokker's Trimotors go to war - the use of the F VIIb-3m and other Fokker trimotors in the Spanish civil war; Old Rhinebeck's new dolphin - Cole Palen's Sopwith Dolpin replica; World's fastest mustangs - the Reno Races; Under Cover of Darkness - flying the Wellington operationally during WWII; An airline at war - the Sabena fleet from 1939 to 1945; Boeing's Fighter Finale - the detailed story of the P-26 "Peashooter"; TSR 2 - yesterday's auction to tomorrow's problem - the first fully-detailed technical description of the still-controversial TSR 2; Constellation - Lockheed's "Queen of the Skies" - an account of the origins and subsequent commercial development of the Constellation family; Back from the Graveyard - tells the story of the only surviving F4U-7 version of the famed Corsair fighter; A Revelation - HP's Flying Suitcase - wartime operations in one of the important, but less notable of the RAF's bombers of the 'thirties generation'; Biplanes for the Fliegertruppe - the first German biplanes to enter service in WW1 - the Halberstadt D series; Resuce at Ban Phanop - how the USAF flew 336 sorties in three days, in the effort to save the crew of a Phantom shot down over Vietnam; Supermarine 510 and Hawker P.1052 - the lives and times of Britain's first swept-wing jets; Halifax - bomber command's second string - the story of the Handley Page bomber that always came just second to its contemporaries; Talkback - reader comment on past issues; C-class boats at war - the operational use of Short C-Class flying-boats in the RAAF; Skymaster Story - a history of the Douglas Commercial No 4 and its military counterpart, the C-54; Mustangs in Korea - the operational use of the F-51 Mustang in Korea by units of the USAF, SAAF and RAAF; The First Fighting Spads - a highly-detailed account of the evolution, production and service use of the Spad 7. Clean, bright and unmarked with negligible wear. A lovely copy. 
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Flamingo Magazine - Africa's Lively Family Magazine, Volume 10, No. 9, Multiple Contributors
6 Multiple Contributors Flamingo Magazine - Africa's Lively Family Magazine, Volume 10, No. 9
Lagos, Nigeria Flamingo Magazine, West African Bureau 1975 Pan-African and Ghana Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
47 pages. Undated. Circa 1970s. Features: Large colour centerfold of Evadne Reid of Freetown, Sierra Leone; The Most Hated Men in Ghana/West Africa! - Taxi Driver Vice Gangs are Villains on Four Wheels - article and photos; The Offended Taxi Men Answer Back; Great full-page colour photo ad for Club - Ghana's true lager beer; Full-page colour ad for Blue Omo laundry soap featuring two shiny young girls in polka-dot dresses; Ojukwu's Friend Strikes it Rich!!! - article and photos describe how Frederick Forsyth made money from his time with his friend Ojukwu at the time of the Biafran rebellion; Saida - the melody girl of Zanzibar - article and photos; Monrovia, Liberia plunged into grief as Uncle Shad makes last sad journey - paying last respects to President William Vacanarat Shadrach Tubman - article and photos; The Healing Home - fiction by Sulu S. Ogwu; Full-page colour ad for Guinness beer; Flamingo typists and secretaries raise money for wheelchair for Gab Odenore - photo and story; Full-page colour ad for Tree Top fruit drinks; Colour ad for Star beer on back cover. Average wear. Complete and unmarked. A sound copy of this great vintage issue. 
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People Magazine, 23 November 1987 - Don Johnson and Sheena Easton Cover - the Miami Vice Wedding, Multiple Contributors
7 Multiple Contributors People Magazine, 23 November 1987 - Don Johnson and Sheena Easton Cover - the Miami Vice Wedding
USA Time 1987 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
170 pages. Features: Lisa Steinberg is killed by her father, Joel Steinberg, who also beat his partner, Hedda Nussbaum - sad photos and story. Celebrity-studded opening of the Malibu Adobe eatery in Malibu; Charles and Di in Germany; 40th Anniversary of the King and Queen; Don Cappelletti sells his 90-foot-high home in Marshfield, MA; Jason Miller tests the new weather in Scranton; Donald Woods still seeking justice for Stephen Biko in the film Cry Freedom; Raymond Carver and Tess Gallagher; Jonathan Butler of South Africa; Sam Lopata - clown prince of restaurant designers; Moon Pies; Lottery winner Michael Wittkowski - won $40 million in the Illinois state lottery in 1984; Auto Racer Jim Fitzgerald killed in wreck; The New Politics of Pot; Tania Aebi - around the world in 29 months by sailboat; Don Johnson and Sheena Easton announce their TV engagement and hope for a big reception; Poster artist Robbie Conal; Robert W. Duck; Designer Mary Ann Restivo; Staci Keanan of TV's My Two Dads; Marine Corps says good-bye to Charles Russell, its last active-duty WWII combat vet; Siedah Garrett. Average wear. Unmarked. One-inch opening to fore-edge of back cover. A sound copy. 
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The Northern Mariner - The Journal of the Canadian Nautical Research Society: July 1998, Multiple Contributors
8 Multiple Contributors The Northern Mariner - The Journal of the Canadian Nautical Research Society: July 1998
Canada CNRS 1998 First Edition Paperback Very Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Articles: The Master's Measure - Remunerative Patterns for Hudson's Bay Company Captains, 1726-1736; Politics, Technology and Policy-Making, 1859-1865 - Palmerston, Gladstone and the Management of the Ironclad Naval Race; This Sad and Melancholy Catastrophe - Port Maitland, Ontario and the Wreck of the Troopship 'Commerce', 6 May 1850; A Dundee Ship in Canada's Arctic - SS Diana and William Wakeham's Expedition of 1897; The Historical Experience of Scaled-Down Nineteenth Century Drydock Technology; plus several book reviews. Clean and unmarked with very light wear. Excellent copy. 
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The Saturday Evening Post, June 2, 1962 *COLLEGE EDUCATION - A WASTE FOR YOUR CHILD? / ONE MAN'S HEROIC CRUSADE IN LAOS / EXCELLENT RED SKELTON ARTICLE*, Multiple Contributors
9 Multiple Contributors The Saturday Evening Post, June 2, 1962 *COLLEGE EDUCATION - A WASTE FOR YOUR CHILD? / ONE MAN'S HEROIC CRUSADE IN LAOS / EXCELLENT RED SKELTON ARTICLE*
USA Curtis 1962 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: Will College by Wasted on Your Child? - by Walter M. Lifton; An American Hero - the exclusive story of how Edgaar Buell, an American farmer, has devoted his life to a one-man crusade for freedom and democracy in war-torn, Communist-infiltrated Laos; People on the Way Up - Helen Mann, Ralph Bonham (inventor of the Tote Gote), poet W.D. Snodgrass; Queen of the Anglers - Dorothea Dean has already reeled in five world records - shark, marlin, tuna, etc.; An Everyday Tragedy - each year 38,000 Americans die on our highways - a survivor, Norman Sobel, tells of the terrible aftermath of one such disaster; Help Wanted in Washington - the Kennedy administration discovers that too few top minds want to work for their country; Sad and Lonely Clown - Red Skelton, a comedian for 33 years, has banked millions, but offstage he is tormented - Hollywood's loneliest man; Why Good Dogs go Wrong - befuddled pooches are now seeing their own psychiatrist!. Nice Coke ad on back cover shows three Coke floats. Average wear. 
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The Saturday Evening Post, March 17, 1962 *THE SAD COMEDOWN OF SUGAR RAY ROBINSON*, Multiple Contributors
10 Multiple Contributors The Saturday Evening Post, March 17, 1962 *THE SAD COMEDOWN OF SUGAR RAY ROBINSON*
USA Curtis 1962 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: Unfair Tax Laws - you are probably paying more than your share, says Ross M. Robertson; Albania - where Stalin still rules - can this tiny, backward Communist nation continue to oppose Khrushchev's power?; People on the Way Up - Giancarlo Baghetti, Jane Powell Rosenthal, Mark Wilson (TV's top magician); The Grass Craze - lawn lovers by the millions have taken the greensward to heart - here's how to work wonders with your private pasture; The New Frontier Women - wives of White House insiders battle to keep up with the sophisticated, hectic life in the Capital, by Flora Lewis; We Waste a Million Kids a Year - can our schools bridge the gap? - part 2 of 3; Timeless Idaho - how this wildly beautiful state preserves a slow-paced, independent way of life; The Last Days of Sugar Ray - the rise and fall of America's flashiest titleholder, the boxer they said would never have money trouble. Uncommon full-page advertisement for Tea ('The Hot Refresher') features the Detroit Red Wings NHL Hockey Team with black and white images of Sid Abel, Gordie Howe, Terry Sawchuk, and others. Average wear. Tears to to some interior pages at fold, otherwise a sound copy. 
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11 Peterson, Richard American Orchid Society Bulletin - May, 1976 Vol. 45 No. 5
Cambridge, MA, U.S.A. American Orchid Society, Inc. 1976 First Edition Paperback Very Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
96 pages. Features: The Bifoliate Cattleyas of Brazil - The Intermidiae; A Sad Experience; some New Paths in Odontoglossum Breeding; Leochilus and Hybochilus Compared with Mesospinidium - Collector's Item. Phalaenopsis are Easy to Grow; Sepik Blue or May River red?; Cultivation of Cypripedium calceolus and Cypripedium reginae; An Orchid Conservation Review for South Florida; Growing Cool Odontoglossums in New England; Paphiopedilum druryi - Revisited. Very light edgewear. 
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12 Peterson, Richard: Editor American Orchid Society Bulletin - October, 1978 Vol.47 No. 10
Cambridge, MA, U.S.A. The American Orchid Society, Inc. 1978 First Edition Paperback Very Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Features: Pleiones, Orchids for Everyone; Project Solar; A Method to Register the distribution of Epiphytes on the Host Tree; Zuma Canyon Orchids; Notes on the Indian Sarcanthinae - The Genus Schoenorchis Bl; The Newcomer and the Orchid society; The Miltonia Complex in Horticulture; Seeing Red - with a camera; Ballad of a Sad Miltonia; Some Notes on two Rhodesian Habenarias. Lovely copy with some rubbing to covers. Very light wear. 
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The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, July 17, 1926 - Missionaries and Machine Guns, Scott, C.W.; Malon, Winifred; Clark, Marian Bruce; Johns, E.B.; Lewis, James H.; Neil, Judge Henry; Finger, Charles J.; Hopp, William F.; Heurlaux, Captain Alfred; Barnet, Harry E.; Lowden, Carl Schurz; Whittier, John G.
13 Scott, C.W.; Malon, Winifred; Clark, Marian Bruce; Johns, E.B.; Lewis, James H.; Neil, Judge Henry; Finger, Charles J.; Hopp, William F.; Heurlaux, Captain Alfred; Barnet, Harry E.; Lowden, Carl Schurz; Whittier, John G. The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, July 17, 1926 - Missionaries and Machine Guns
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1926 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Honore, Paul (cover); Fitzgerald, W.O.; Clarke, W.W.; Harper, George; Graham, J. 
32 pages. Features: A Wasted Sugar Supply - Honey from Honeybees; Wild Youth Proves a Myth - 'girls and boys' between 35 and 45 are rolling up the crime wave; Making the Government Efficient - reorganization would cut 100,000 unnecessary employees from federal payrolls; The White House - a Mecca for Cranks - Secret Service men must be ever alert to guard the President from the Unbalanced; Missionaries and Machine Guns - many preachers of the gospel do not want the protection of bullets; Tom Learns to Play the Game - an American boy who on mastering himself was able to direct others; Henry Ford's Page - Lower price no longer means lower equality; Editorials - making the movies dry, the value of vulgarity, Mussolini forbids earthquake prophet,exams proposed for ministers of religion, Washington's inability to think in other than political terms; Writing Verse for Composite Readers - some versifiers cultivate eccentricity, others are themselves, and therefore poets; Sad Men Who Look So Wistfully at the Sky - author, William F. Hopp has been chaplain of the Michigan State Prison for over seven years - article with photos; Duelists (Fighter Pilots) of the Sky - a tale of knights-errant and their deeds - of their light-heartedness, and their gallant, tragic fate; Under the White Tops with 'Gil' - (part 3) The Big Snake and the Little Dog - and how a darky made millions from circus side shows; Chats with Office Callers - Christmas cards began with Jewish Adolph Tuck, controversy in Canada over union with the U.S., sighting of monster near Prince Rupert, B.C.; The Virginia Signers of the Declaration of Independence; Fascinating illustrated ad for homes which can be built for under $1k in materials; I Read In the Papers - article by Nathaniel Zalowitz in the 'Jewish Daily Forward' declares "...For the overwhelming majority of Jews in American assimilation in any true sense of the term is absolutely out of the question."; The Barefoot Boy - poetry by J.G. Whittier inside back cover. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, March (Mar.) 1943 - Canada's Fighting Ice Fisherman / How Hitler Pays for His War, Stewart, Dr. H.L.; MacDonald, Reby; Strange, K. & H.; Green, H. G.; Cohen, M.; Smith, H.D.; Cursitor, A.; Bayne, E.G.; Gould, M.; Thompson, F.; Winspear, M.; Darby, Ray; Gould, M.
14 Stewart, Dr. H.L.; MacDonald, Reby; Strange, K. & H.; Green, H. G.; Cohen, M.; Smith, H.D.; Cursitor, A.; Bayne, E.G.; Gould, M.; Thompson, F.; Winspear, M.; Darby, Ray; Gould, M. National Home Monthly Magazine, March (Mar.) 1943 - Canada's Fighting Ice Fisherman / How Hitler Pays for His War
Winnipeg Home Publishing Company / National Home Monthly 1943 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Allen, Orval W. (cover); Diamond; Warner, Charles; Clymer, John F.; Leake, Gerald Franklin; Jousset, D.A. 
52 pages. Features: News digest touches on Casablanca, Exploding a Nazi Lie, The Coming Invasion of Europe, and "Unconditional Surrender"; Nice one-page illustrated ad for Canadian Pacifid Air Lines; Canada - What of Tomorrow?; Canada's Fighting Ice Fishermen - photo-illustrated article on Canada's commercial ice fishermen; Control is not Everything (short story); Private Wilson Reporting for Duty (short story); The Saving Disgrace (short story); Hitler's "Cash & Carry" - a financial expert explains how Hitler can afford the war, and how he can keep it up; Unbroken Chain (short story); Hollywood news and photos; Photo of Lucille Ball in Woodbury Powder ad; Photo-illustrated RCAF recruiting ad for women; Great one-page illustrated Parker Pen ad shows sad young lovely waiting for letter from her boy overseas; So You're Going to Have a Baby!; Don't Throw that Old Garment Away!; The "Quality of Mercy" - short article on the Canadian Red Cross; Quotes from around the world; H.J. Heinz ad inside back cover explains how to make your wartime meals glow with appetite appeal; Wonderful back cover ad for the Canadian Red Cross calls for $10 million now!; and more. Somewhat above-average wear. A worthy copy of this excellent wartime issue. 
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The Illustrated London News - December 21, 1963, Various Contributors
15 Various Contributors The Illustrated London News - December 21, 1963
London The Illustrated London News 1963 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features/Photos: Special section on Kenya and Zanzibar; sad fate of the Royal Arsenal; Excavations at Aphrodisias in Caria in southwest Turkey; Centerfold - 'zillions' of guano birds, cormorants and boobies in Peru; and more. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. Quality copy. 
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The Illustrated London News - November 10, 1962, Various Contributors
16 Various Contributors The Illustrated London News - November 10, 1962
London The Illustrated London News 1962 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features/Photos: Sir Winston Churchill - his first outing since is accident in June; The sad fate of the French trawler, Jeanne Gougy; Cuba - a peaceful settlement; Petra - Archaeological section no. 2110 - 'rose-red city'; The English College in Rome; David Dean Rusk - Photo; and more. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. Sound copy. 
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The Illustrated London News: July 14, 1883 *Daphne Ship-Launch Disaster at Glasgow*, Various Contributors
17 Various Contributors The Illustrated London News: July 14, 1883 *Daphne Ship-Launch Disaster at Glasgow*
London The Illustrated London News 1883 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall 
Front page loose but present and presents six sketches of 'The Ship-Launch Disaster at Glasgow" - The Daphne capsized upon launch with much loss of life. New items: Mr. Gladstone immolates eight ministerial bills; Wimbledon competition more popular than ever; Malagasy envoys leave for home; Good news from Ireland - a lessening of crime and upset; Update on Cholera outbreak at Damietta; The Ship-Launch Disaster at Glasgow; Live-Saving Apparatus on the Serpentine; The New Steam-Ship Tartar; Banquet to Mr. Henry Irving; National Sports; Parisian Sayings and Doings; Death of the Duke of Marlborough; Royal activities; Church news; Benevolence and Self-Help; Ben Nevis Meteorological Station; Funeral of Mr. W. Spottiswoode; General Home News; The City of London College; Two pages of Classified Ads (please note that this page is loose but present). Full page of sketches of "Complimentary Dinner to Mr. Henry Irving at St. James Hall. Half-page illustration of 'Trial of life-saving apparatus on the Serpentine, Hyde Park. Half-page engraving of "The Union Steam-Ship Company's Royal Mail-Steamer Tartar. Very dramatic two-page engraving entitled "The Great Disaster at a Ship Launch on the Clyde - Sinking of the Daphne, with Two Hundred Men. Above-average but not excessive wear. Includes separate supplement which consists of two full-page engravings - the first shows a kneeling man gardening while tenderly holding an infant, the second shows a sad kitchen scene from a picture by W.H.Weatherhead with the caption "For men must work and women must weep, Though storms be sudden and waters deep, And the harbour bar be moaning - C. Kingsley". The Ben Nevis Summit Observatory - Six sketches on one page. Opening of the City of London College - two sketches; Funeral of the late Mr. W. Spottiswoode, F.R.S., in Westminster Abbey - 4 sketches. Somewhat above-average wear and soiling overall. Perforations along spine indicate this copy from a disbound volume. 
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The New York Times Magazine, December (Dec..) 5, 1971 - Harold Pinter, Zinberg, Norman E.; Johnson, Sheila K.; Mullin, Chris; Gussow, Mel; Samuels, G.; Galton, L.; Lukacs, J.; Natchez, G.; Et al
18 Zinberg, Norman E.; Johnson, Sheila K.; Mullin, Chris; Gussow, Mel; Samuels, G.; Galton, L.; Lukacs, J.; Natchez, G.; Et al The New York Times Magazine, December (Dec..) 5, 1971 - Harold Pinter
New York The New York Times 1971 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Furst, Franz; Cameron, Denis; Loescher, Damian; Collsipp, Jan; Weisman, Ann; Gold, Michael; Becker, Ron; Golden, Alice; Friedman, Sy; Doty, Roy; Davis, Paul; Doty 
164 pages. Features: Funky color-photo ad for Jade East products for men; Many wonderful fashion ads; Lovely one-page color-photo ad for Piaget watches and many other Christmas giftable products; Yashica camera ad features photos of Ira Phillips, John P. Vaughn, Sandra Adams, Shirley Miller, Howard Molofsky and Jolynn Bellavia; Lovel two-page color-photo Chanel ad features Catherine Deneuve; G.I.'s and O.J.'s (Opium Joints) in Vietnam - article on the heroin problem of US troops in Vietnam; The Christmas Card Syndrome; The 8:00 P.M. Train From Moscow to Peking is Dead on Time - photo-illustrated travel article; A Conversation with (pause) Harold Pinter; When Children Collide with the Law; Prostaglandin Research and Dr. Sultan H.M. Karim; ; America May Be in its Last Phase of Adolescence; Grandma Visits Her Hippies - "We Saved the Placenta for You"; Color-photo centerfold ad for Gold Label Cigars; Photos of fashion designs by Hubert de Givenchy; Parents don't take their children to Ophthalmologists as often as they should; Awesome one-page color ad for Abraham & Strauss features the wide and garish tie styles of the day; Lovely color one-page ad for F. Chauvenet Red Cap sparkling wine features wonderful painting "The Wedding" by Breugel; Sad one-page black and white photo ad for Save the Children Federation features large portrait of Apache Indian child Erlinda Cosay; Uncommon one-page ad for the "World-Of-Cheese Club"; Color ad for GAC Properties features traffic scene painting by Paul Davis; Vintage DYMO label maker color-photo ad features Santa's workshop; Fantastic back cover color-photo ad for the Chrysler Imperial; and more. Small library stamp on front cover. Average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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