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The Federal Illustrator, Fall Number, 1937, Almars, Joseph
1 Almars, Joseph The Federal Illustrator, Fall Number, 1937
USA Federal Schools 1937 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall Gese, Herman (Cover) 
23 pages. Presents works from the professional division. "Some of these specimens have been reproduced in national magazines and used for special advertising campaigns. Many of them are excellent examples of how an art idea can be developed for a definite commercial art purpose. All show skill in handling and creative ability." - from page 3. Also included is a lovely illustrated article by Emil Bunjes entitled Sketching from Life. A three-page illustrated article by Gerhard Ramberg entitled "The Value of Servicing Small Art Accounts" is also included. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Binding sound. A quality copy. 
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Newsweek Magazine, September (Sept.) 13, 1971 - Vietnam Combat Diary / The New Face of Adoption, Alsop, Stewart; Morgenstern, Joseph; et al
2 Alsop, Stewart; Morgenstern, Joseph; et al Newsweek Magazine, September (Sept.) 13, 1971 - Vietnam Combat Diary / The New Face of Adoption
New York Newsweek, Inc. 1971 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Gomel, Bob (cover photo); Riboud, Marc 
122 pages. Features: Cover photo of New Jersey Couple Frank and Barbara Calabrese with adopted daughter Rachel; The New Face of Adoption; Vietnam combat diary; Sen. Strom Thurmond; New birth control techniques; Color photos of daily life on the Chinese Mainland; Can Wage-Price freezes work?; The Increasing Role of Computers in art - from music to poetry to visual works; One-page ad for Moneysworth with photo of Ralph Ginzburg; Dixie Takes the Bus; photo of burning school buses in Pontiac, Michigan; Reflecting on Black Panther George Jackson, killed in San Quentin recently; Sales of lottery tickets are up; Porsche car ad (red) - for only $3.595; Is it safe to trust Washington - relations with Canada and Japan; Lady Amalia Fleming; Kremlinologist John Erickson; Mystery death of Donald J. Leahy; Winston Filters cigarette ad features color photo of happy adult picnic scene; Joe Cahill - the Emerald Pimpernel; Women's Wear Daily (WWD); Sony Trinitron TV ad features color photo of extended familly watching TV in bedroom; Photo-illustrated article on Hugh Hefner and how Playboy is switching to local talent; Father Francis X. Lawlor; Co-op Cars in Montpellier, France; Nice color-photo centerfold ad for Florsheim men's shoes; Unemployment in Gary, Indianna; Volkswagen ad features a Karmann Ghia which was picked as one of the world's most beautifully designed products by W.Dorwin Teague; Jean Piaget undermined?; One-page color ad for the city of Memphis "City of Manageable Size"; One-page ad for the United Fund features female black teacher with young white male student; Saab 99 ad; Cricket Plaer John Snow; Nostalgic two-page color ad for Sears color TVs; Nudie Cohn / Nudie the Tailor - tailor to the stars and the world's largest Western outfitter; Funny color-photo ad for State Farm insurance features bulldog which has just ransacked a mailman's bag; Gala opening of Washington's John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts; Canadian Club color photo ad features 'Water Walk' in Amsterdam (floating in canal in large clear plastic bag; and much more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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The Model Craftsman - The Home Mechanic's Magazine, March 1936, Volume 4, Number 10, Anderson, Graham; MacNabb, Angus; Mines, Gilbert; Spon, W. Edmonds; Gentl, Eric; Crosby, Wm. F.; Ashford, Major S.D.; Loucks, P.W.; Doherty, Lawrence; Thorp, Edward E.; Moyer, Roger, Zaic, Frank & Associates; Frazier, R.C.; Olmstead, G.A.; Cox
3 Anderson, Graham; MacNabb, Angus; Mines, Gilbert; Spon, W. Edmonds; Gentl, Eric; Crosby, Wm. F.; Ashford, Major S.D.; Loucks, P.W.; Doherty, Lawrence; Thorp, Edward E.; Moyer, Roger, Zaic, Frank & Associates; Frazier, R.C.; Olmstead, G.A.; Cox The Model Craftsman - The Home Mechanic's Magazine, March 1936, Volume 4, Number 10
East Stroudsburg, PA Model Craftsman Publishing Corp. 1936 First Edition Paperback Fair Stapled 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
64 pages. Includes black and white photos and many detailed drawings. Features: A Narrow Gauge Engine; A Harbor Tug; Modelmaking - Past and Present; "Royal Blue" $1,150.00 Prize Model Building Contest; Wall Sconce; A 17' Sailboat; Automatic Signals; The Fireplace Shovel (cont'd from last month); "Signals - And How' - part 2; How Gas Engines Work; A Gasoline Powered Model Airplane; The Dockyard - marine matters; A Hanging Lamp; A Bow Lathe; What the Clubs are Doing; Tinplate Topics; "O" Steam Locomotive - completing the engine and raising steam; So You're Going to the Model Show; Average external wear and soiling. Unmarked. Binding intact. A sound vintage issue of this eminently practical and very informative publication. 
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Better Homes & Gardens Magazine, July, 1939, Volume 17, Number 11, Armin, Frances; Hersey, Jean; O'Brien, Harry R.; Albright, Rachel; MacKenzie, Ann; et al
4 Armin, Frances; Hersey, Jean; O'Brien, Harry R.; Albright, Rachel; MacKenzie, Ann; et al Better Homes & Gardens Magazine, July, 1939, Volume 17, Number 11
USA Meredith 1939 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Keppler, Victor (cover); 
70 pages. Features: Nice ad for Ford V-8 cars inside front cover shows scotty dog outside empty garage; Fascinating half-page ad shows a lead miner and extolls the benefits of lead paint; Nice color ad for Kellogg's Rice Krispies; Seven Keys to Cape Cod; New Yorkers DO Garden; Biennials Stage the Greatest Show of All; Cool Little Touches - how to give that cool and summery feel to your rooms; It's more fun to play at home; July indoor and outdoor gardening guides; Nice color-photo ad for Campbell's soups; Cook Hot, Keep Cool; *Charming* one-page colour ad for Certo features May Robson who says "I'm An Old Hand at Jelly-Making"; Down with Chaperons - and up with parental guidance; Nice one-page color ad for Heinz soup shows artist at work; Half-page two-color ad for Spam; Nice 2-color half-page ad for Libby's fancy tomato juice; Fantastic one-page color ad for Chicken of the Sea and White Star tuna features magician; Wesson Oil ad features artist Meysa McMein; Fantastic one-page color ad for Chesterfied cigarettes features young lovelies in red, white and blue hats; Nice colour-photo one-page ad for Beautyrest mattresses; It Took Imagination - before and after photos and write-up of the makeover of "a wretch of a place"; Really nice color ad for Hellmann's mayonnaise inside back cover; Nice ad for Ralston shredded whole wheat on back cover features comic family the "Crabby Craigs" and an endorsement by Ida Bailey Allen.. 3" x 3" clippings from page 22, 23 and 27. Taped repair to page 14. Above-average wear. Covers loose but present. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Scientific American Magazine, Volume 153, Number 1, July 1935, Avery, Myron H.; Slawson, H.H.; Rhine, J.B.; Parlin, W.A.; deschin, Jacob; Russell, Henry Norris; Smith, Philip H.; Herrick, John; Muhleman, M.L.; Boone, Andrew R.; Hoskins, R.G.; Cleveland, Reginald M.; Roosevelt, Kermit
5 Avery, Myron H.; Slawson, H.H.; Rhine, J.B.; Parlin, W.A.; deschin, Jacob; Russell, Henry Norris; Smith, Philip H.; Herrick, John; Muhleman, M.L.; Boone, Andrew R.; Hoskins, R.G.; Cleveland, Reginald M.; Roosevelt, Kermit Scientific American Magazine, Volume 153, Number 1, July 1935
USA Munn & Company 1935 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
56 pages. Features: Dr. John D. Strong; The Appalachian Trail; Detailed drawing of a newly designed lightship which will replace the ill-fated Nantucket; Surprising discoveries in the near east show that iron, glass, the arch, and bathrooms were in use far earlier than formerly supposed; Telepathy and Clairvoyance in a Trance Medium - an intensive series of tests conducted with a medium (Mrs. Eileen J. Garrett) and her spirit control showed the spirit to be no better as a telepathist than the medium; How bright is a lightning bug?; Various types of photographic exposure meters; Planets much larger than Jupiter are impossible; Copper and copper alloys are resisting corrosion; Back on the Land - The Subsistence Homestead movement is slowly reversing the urbanization trend - an experiment at Reedsville, West Virginia - article with photos; All-Wave Reception; Power from the Boulder Dam - two-pages of exceptional photos; Disordered glands can produce giants and dwarfs, fanatics and loafers; Rotating Wing Aircraft (helicopters) - intriguing possibilities; The Amateur Astronomer; photo of salvage bathysphere; Progress in Science - by Kermit Roosevelt; and more. Above-average external wear. Front cover nearly detached. Tape along backstrip. Not pretty but an informative vintage issue. 
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Weekend Magazine, Vol. 19, No. 1 - January 4, 1969 - How Bookies Operate in Canada, Bell, Don; Balla, Joe; Spencer, William; Trent, Bill; Oliver, Margo; Klyn, Doyle
6 Bell, Don; Balla, Joe; Spencer, William; Trent, Bill; Oliver, Margo; Klyn, Doyle Weekend Magazine, Vol. 19, No. 1 - January 4, 1969 - How Bookies Operate in Canada
Victoria, British Columbia Victoria Daily Times 1969 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Bland, Terry; Rockett, Beverley; Max, John 
24 pages. Features: Tiger, The Bookie - article on Bookies in Canada and the $250 million in business they do annually; The Day the French invaded Lethbridge - hunters from France come to hunt pheasant - article with colour photos; Dig These Rocks - John Hillen has brought new life to the Royal Ontario Museum's (ROM's) new mineralogy gallery; Return of the Nonsuch - article and photos of replica ship to that which first opened Hudson Bay - nice colour photos; CBC Radio Show "Funny You Should Say That!' - article with photo of cast members Barrie Baldaro, Ted Zeigler, Peter Cullen and Joan Stuart; Nice full-page colour photo ad for the 1969 Plymouth Valiant; Walter Marat builds things from broken hockey sticks; Gorgeous colour swimwear photography. Printed by newspapers across Canada as a weekend supplement. Unmarked with moderate wear. A nice vintage copy. 
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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, December 22, 1956 - Brooks, Alberta - The West's Happiest Hunting Ground, Berton, Pierre; Hutton, Eric; Stephenson, Bill; Porter, McKenzie; Moon, Barbara; Trueman, Stuart; Moore, Napier; Baxter, Beverley; Fraser, Blair; Gilmour, Clyde; Lemelin, Roger
7 Berton, Pierre; Hutton, Eric; Stephenson, Bill; Porter, McKenzie; Moon, Barbara; Trueman, Stuart; Moore, Napier; Baxter, Beverley; Fraser, Blair; Gilmour, Clyde; Lemelin, Roger Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, December 22, 1956 - Brooks, Alberta - The West's Happiest Hunting Ground
Toronto Maclean-Hunter 1956 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Hill, James (Cover Art); Orssagh, Egon; Croydon, Peter; Rowed, Harry; Tomkinson, Grace; Tomkinson, Constance; Sebert, John; Hill, Margaret; Simpkins; Cahen, Oscar 
52 pages. Features: Napier Moore argues a Canadian health plan won't work; What the Dead Sea Scrolls Mean to the Christian Faith; Remember When the Comics Were Funny? - a look at comic strips in the 1920s; A moving new portrayal of the Nativity story in a CBC half-hour film - many colour photos of the child cast; The West's Happiest Hunting Ground - For one month of the year Brooks, Alberta is a carnival, shooting gallery and crossroads of the rich and famous - all because one resident once brought home a handful of pheasant eggs - article with great photos; How Can Santa Find Me? - an illustrated Christmas story for children; Constance Tomkinson aand her life in the Folies-Bergere - article with photos; *Magnificent* colour photo centrefold ad for the 1957 Buick Super - 2-door Riviera; Nice colour Cadillac ad along the bottoms of pages 50 and 51; Nice Coke ad on back cover show Santa relaxing with a baby (rein)deer at his feet Unmarked. Average wear. A nice vintage issue. 
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Country Gentleman / Country Living Magazine, August 1953, Bird, John; Beresford, Rex; Yaw, W.H.; Maits, Buckley; Short, R.E.; Keilholz, F.J.; Schacht, Henry; Bennion, Noel; Gregory, Merrill; Throckmorton, R.I.; Wolf, Dean; Knox, Joe;
8 Bird, John; Beresford, Rex; Yaw, W.H.; Maits, Buckley; Short, R.E.; Keilholz, F.J.; Schacht, Henry; Bennion, Noel; Gregory, Merrill; Throckmorton, R.I.; Wolf, Dean; Knox, Joe; Country Gentleman / Country Living Magazine, August 1953
USA Curtis Publishing 1953 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Hurd, Peter: Cover Art; Zilverberg, Jim 
104 pages. Features: .Great colour photo ad for Chevrolet Trucks inside front cover; New Holland forage harvester ad featuring their Flo-Trac feed; Nice Buick ad; Great colour one-page ad for Lucky Strike cigarettes; Photo of Footballer Bobby Layne is featured in a Prest-o-lite battery ad; Nice color-photo one-page ad for International Harvester tractors features their Farmall Fast-Hitch; Let's eally Sell Milk; How to stay in the Beef business with Brood Cows and Feeder Cattle; Is Your Pond a Money Maker?; International Trade Makes You Prosperous; Jabez and the Devil's Seat; Careful Credit can work for you; Sweet color ad for Studebaker Trucks; Meet-type hogs save time and feed; Low-cost housing for small flocks of hens; "Ferguson 30" tractor ad; Great color-photo one-page ad for New Idea pickers; Great photo ad for Willys Jeeps and 4-Wheel-Drive trucks; Great GM auto products color centerfold displays many of their brands/products; Checking your cattle for 'Slow Drag"; Kohler Electric Plants (Generator) ad; Rhubard Ridge cartoon; Margaret Lindsay appears in a colour photo ad for Crosley fridges; Nice Ford car ad; Opera for Everybody; Colour fashion photos show creations by designer Helen Rose of M-G-M; Basic training for your dog; Article on teaching children the facts of life by Beulah France, R.N.; Ann Delafield cosmetics ad features her photo; Pansies for Sale - a nice small business; Nice one-page colour photo ad for 7UP features a family picnic of fried chicken; Just What is Wrong with Abundance?. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A sound vintage copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, November (Nov.) 4, 1945 - Boeing Stratocruiser Cover Photo, Bolte, Charles; Jones, George; Josephs, Ray; et al
9 Bolte, Charles; Jones, George; Josephs, Ray; et al The New York Times Magazine, November (Nov.) 4, 1945 - Boeing Stratocruiser Cover Photo
USA The New York Times 1945 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
48 pages. Features: Nice color one-page ad for Chateau Martin wines; Veterans Must Not Be Set Apart - their problems and ours are the same; The New Air Age - Maps show how the world is connected by air travel; Argentina's Army and its Political Role; The Meaning of Defeat - A Picture of Life in Japan Today; Report on New York City Traffic - article with artist's renderings of ways to reduce congestion; Super Suds ad features color illustration of Mrs. Charles Rogan and her girls Ann Teresa, Catherine, Eleanor and Rosemary; Democracy as Russia defines it today; "Artists Look Like This" - 10 photos of famous artists; British children who spent the war years in America return home as goodwill ambassadors; Eight photos of fashionable headwear for women; Singer Roy Rogers and his horse Trigger - photo-illustrated article about 'A Sinatra in a Sombrero'; and more. Moderate external wear and soiling. Unmarked. Mild age-toning to paper. A sound copy of this vintage WWII-era issue. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), June 7, 1941 - Sinking of the "Bismarck", Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril
10 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril The Illustrated London News (ILN), June 7, 1941 - Sinking of the "Bismarck"
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1941 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Davis, G.H.; Turner, C.E.; De Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 725-756. Features: Cover photo-portrait of FDR; Photo of Admiral Sir John Cronyn Tovey being piped on board H.M.S. "Prince of Wales"; One-page photo of coastal command station armourers getting ready to bomb up; Eight photos of the vigils of the coastal command - bomb preparation, photo-processing, anti-aircraft stations, operations room and telegraphy section; Two pages of explanatory illustrations show how aircraft carriers, fighter and reconnaissance planes have revolutionised naval warfare and influenced naval architecture; Photos of recen Nazi vandalism - damage to Gray's Inn, the wrecked Canterbury Music Hall, Serjeants Inn, Queen Victoria St., and Dublin; Two pages with fifteen photos of bomb damage to the destroyed Church of the Knights Templar; The Fleet and its Air Arm (article); Air photo of Mannheim-on-the-Rhine shows destroyed western span of Autobahn bridge; Dramatic two-page illustration of "Catalina" under heavy fire as it spots the Bismarck in a heavy sea; Two-page illustration of the last of the "Bismarck", shelled, bombed and on fire as the Nazi mammoth is torpedoed by H.M.S. "Dorsetshire"; Thre photos of the last of the "Bismarck", including dozens of heads of bobbing survivors floating in the sea; Scene in "Petticoat Lane" where, on June 1st, rationing of clothing, cloth and footwear came into force; Photo of Averill Harriman welcoming the first of four million eggs to Britain from the U.S.; Photo of some of the few "Bismarck" survivors being landed at a British port; Photo of H.M.S. "York" which was lost; Photos of personalities of the week include the pilot of the "Catalina" which discovered the fleeing "Bismarck", Lieut. B. Stubbs, Dr. Kurt Heinrich Reith, Max Schmeling, King Victor Emanuel of Italy, Sir Hugh Walpole, Prajadhipok - Prince of Sukhodaya, Lord Cadman, and Admiral Boehm; Photos of Ilkley, which won War Weapons Week; Photos of Haile Selassie's Return to Addis Adaba; Illustratins of bombed Wren Churches - Christ's, St. Mildred's, St. Andrew's, St. James's, Piccadilly, and St. Anne; Interesting one-page Guiness ad entitled "Guiness at Waterloo - and Guinness today". Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A quality vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, May 18, 1940 - Nazi Invasion of the Netherlands / Dutch Machine Gun Crew Cover Photo, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Byles, Charles E.
11 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Byles, Charles E. The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, May 18, 1940 - Nazi Invasion of the Netherlands / Dutch Machine Gun Crew Cover Photo
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch, Ltd. 1940 First Edition Paperback Fair Folio - over 12" - 15" tall De Grineau, Bryan; Davis, G.H.; Turner, C.E. 
Pages 645-676. Features: One-page map of the Low Countries' (Holland and Belgium) Traditional Defence - Strategic Inundations (Flooding); Photos of flooding which confronted the Nazis in Holland; Photos and brief write-ups of Mr. Churchill and his War Cabinet - an all-part Ministry; Holland as the R.A.F. Sees It - Air photos of key points Central Rotterdam, Dordrecht Island and the Moerdyk Bridges; "Ten Times as Strong as in 1914" - Belgian army and defense fortification photos; Sketch of German air attack on railway in Belgium; Four sketches beneath the caption "1914 Repeated - With a Difference - The B.E.F. Advance into Belgium - While the Pitiful Refugees Depart; Three cross-section illustrations of 'a new instrument of total war' - British and German troop carriers - the Junkers JU 52, the Ju 89-90, and the Bristol 'Bombay'; Seven illustrations beneath caption "Invasion by Parachute-Armies - Nazis improve on a Soviet device; Two pages of illustrations of how the Nazis invade by parachute on a large scale; Centrefold map entitled "The Low Countries - A Map Showing Aerodromes and Inundation Areas"; The War with the Nazis - The Crisis Has Come (article); Three photos of R.A.F. bombing Nazi troop planes at Katwijk and Waalhaven; Six photos illustrate how Britain guards against fifth column and parachuteist surprises - road blocks, check points and alien detention; Photos of European royals fleeing Nazi aggression - Dutch Princess Juliana and her children, Prince Bernhard, and Grand Duchess Charlotte of Luxemburg; Two photos of the famous Royal Canadian Mounted Police training their precise motorcycle formation driving in England; Six photos of homes wrecked by Nazi bombs in Belgium, Holland and France; Several photos show German bombs missing their ship targets in the North Sea; Dramatic photos of 500lb Nazi bombs exploding near British aircraft carrier off Norway; Photos of the bombing of Namsos and Aandalsnes; Two photos of the H.M.S. Bittern on fire; Six excellent photos of Allied troops returning from fighting in Norway, including the "Blue Devils" and General Carton De Wiart, V.C.. Please note: Brown discolouration of unknown origin to bottom 1.5" of all pages. All text legible. Average wear and a small nibble from foot of spine. A sound copy of this dramatic wartime issue. 
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The Illustrated London News, August (Aug.) 4, 1962 - Barry Brewster Dies Climbing the North Face of Eiger, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; et al
12 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; et al The Illustrated London News, August (Aug.) 4, 1962 - Barry Brewster Dies Climbing the North Face of Eiger
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch 1962 B000KH9SV0 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Davis, G.H.; Sorrell, Alan 
Pages 161-196 plus 4 pages of ads. Features: Cover photo of the Eiger, where Barry Brewster lost his life, plus text and more photos; Russian dock collides with the South Goodwin lightship; Photo of Simon Paterson coming ashore after swimming the English Channel underwater in just under 14 hours; Photo of Sir Oswald Mosley, leader of the pro--fascist union movement, being knocked to the ground by demonstrators in Manchester on July 29; Four photos of the Queen at Plymouth and Dartmouth; Indian forces attack Chinese post in Ladakh - article with photo; Photo of Egyptian tank and Conquerer rocket; Major Michael Banks, Lieut. Hugh Wiltshire, and John Hinde successfully climb Mount McKinley; Major E. J. E. Mills and Capt. M. R. Jones are killed 5000 feet from the summit of Khingyang Chish in the Himalayas; Photo of new French bathyscaphe, L'Archimede, which successfully plunged to a depth of 31,350 feet on July 15; Photo of First Lady Mrs. Kennedy and Col. John Glenn waterskiing near Hyannis Port Massachusetts, Photo of Russian high jumper Valeriy Brumel setting world record of 7'5" at Stanford on July 22; America's Cup sailing photos, Aerial photo of devastation caused by exploding propane truck at Berlin, New York; Honolulu crash scene photo where 27 people died when a Britannia airliner crashed while landing; Photo of triple-hulled airship under construction at Trenton, New Jersey; Two photos of NASA's "Project Apollo"; Review of "Red Plush and Black Velvet", by Joseph Wechsberg - Dame Nellie Melba was Australia's queen of song; Two pages of illustrations show how the USA proposes to land two men on the moon in a few years; Two pages of photos of the new Chelsea barracks; Fantastic centrefold aerial photo of a packed Los Angeles Dodgers baseball stadium surrounded by many acres of cars; Four illustrations of the threatened monuments of Nubia; Photos of historic English buildings to be dismantled and rebuilt elsewhere; Photos of personalities of the week include Richard Aldington, Sir Burke Trend, Sir Laurence Hellsby, W. Armstrong, the Very Rev. M. M. Gibbs, Mr. C. Dearrsley, Aelred Watkin, Lord Freyberg, V. C., Major E. J. E. Mills, Capt. M. R. Jones, Mr. J. Mannings, Mr. J. T. Molony, the Duke of Norfork, The Right Honourable T. Rinfret, P. C.; Page of photos of horses and riders at the Royal International Horse Show; One-page photo of Miss Pat's Smythe riding Flanagan at the White City; Three photos of Bubbles, the 14 foot black pilot whale at Marineland, California, performing her tricks; Beautiful one-page aerial photo of the Colossus of Chiba, Kwannon, the Japanese goddess of mercy, standing 170 feet tall; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, March (Mar.) 21, 1964 - Funeral of King Paul of Greece / 60 Years of the Anglo-French Accord, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; et al
13 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; et al The Illustrated London News, March (Mar.) 21, 1964 - Funeral of King Paul of Greece / 60 Years of the Anglo-French Accord
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch 1964 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Nannett, Juliet 
Pages 413-468 plus 4 pages of ads. Features: Cover Photo portrait Of The new King of the Hellenes, Constantine II, with Queen Frederika, at the funeral of his father; Photo of Princess Margaret with Kenneth Corney; Page of photos of celebrations upon the birth of Prince Edward; Two pages of dramatic photos and text from Cyprus - fighting in Ktima, threats of Turkish invasion, and first arrivals of the UN peace force; Photo-illustrated article on Paul, King of the Hellenes; Photo of riots in Phnom Penh; Photo of Geneva motor show; Photo of unveiling of statue of Pope Pius XII; Photo of 84-year-old Gen. Douglas MacArthur after surgery, escorted by Army Surgeon General Lieut. Gen. Leonard Heaton; Photo of the new president of Venezuela, Dr. Raul Leoni, receiving the sash of office from his predecessor, Pres. Betancourt; Page of photos of flooding in five states touching on the Ohio River basin include scenes near Williamsport, PA, the town of Sugar Grove, OH, Albany, IN, Shepherdsville, KY, an Ohio amusement Park, and Marietta; Photo of the first submarine ever built, the Fenian Ram, on display in Paterson New Jersey; Photo of Pope Paul receiving group of nuns recently expelled from the Sudan; Photo of jubilant George Lodge in Concord, New Hampshire where he defeated Sen. Goldwater and Gov. Rockefeller in the presidential primary; Photo of Independence Day children's party in Accra, Ghana, held by Mrs. Fathia Nkrumah, wife of the president of Ghana (also shown); Photo of the Royal Shakespeare Company applauding Yugoslavian president Tito at Belgrade; Book review of "King Edward VII" by Philip Magnus; Major coverage of Sardis excavations - part two; A survey of the 60 years of Anglo-French accord; One-page compilation of maps, text and photos describe's areas affected by the Anglo-French agreement, and the signatories to the document of April 8, 1904; Centrefold (free from staples) colour photos show the changing landscape of France; Entente Cordiale - page of historic photos illustrates France and Great Britain in peace and war; Entente Cordiale - page of photos of Anglo-French friendship since 1940; Page of photos illustrates how the English Channel is crossed by aircraft, ship, and train ferry, with artist's impression of future hovercraft car and passenger ferry; Impressive page of five aerial photos of huge French automotive manufacturing works - Renault, Simca, Peugeot, and Citroen; Two pages of photos illustrate developments in the aircraft and shipping industries of France today; One-page illustration of novelist, poet, broadcaster and one of the most vivid personalities living, Sir Compton McKenzie; Two pages of photos of the funeral of King Paul in Athens; Drawings of colonial America by John White; Photos of personalities of the week include Sir Newman Flower, Sir Knox Helm, Mr. R. G. Routh, Sir Robert Clark-Hall, Gen. von Lettow-Vorbeck, Sir R. Robinson, J. Brian Neill, C. Robin Mayer, Col. Joan E. Henderson, Lord Newton C. Ron Jacobs, J. Michael Cowman, Gen. A. Jolly, Jack Ruby (sentended for death), Capt. David I. Holland, Lieut. Harold W. Welch, Capt. Melvin J. Kessler, and James (Jimmy) Hoffa (convicted of bribery); Photo of the teapot collection of Rev. C. J. Sharp; Photo of ticket barrier smashed by derailed car at Hammersmith underground station; Photo of funeral for 16-year-old cat named Peter, Whitehall's chief mice catcher; Photo of Cambridge University women's rowing crew after their victory over Oxford on March 14; One-page photo of polar bear cubs seeing the world for the first time at Whipsnade Zoo; Photo of Angus Ogilvy greeting the England women's hockey team before a match versus Scotland at Wembley; Photo of automatic ticket reading barrier introduced by London transport at Chiswick Park station; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, May 25, 1940 - Cover Portrait of French General Weygand, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Pycraft, W.P.; Squires, Sir John
14 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Pycraft, W.P.; Squires, Sir John The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, May 25, 1940 - Cover Portrait of French General Weygand
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch, Ltd. 1940 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall De Grineau, Bryan; Davis, G.H.; Turner, C.E. 
Pages 677-728. Features: Twelve photos (over 4 pages) of Nazi Parachutists in training - falling and rolling, landing and fighting; Three illustrations of the British local defence volunteer force and how it confronts invading parachutists; Dramatic two-page aerial photo of R.A.F. operating against a Nazi motorized column between St. Menges and Floing, north of Sedan (a huge crater at a fork in the road forces Nazis to detour); Air photo of R.A.F. bombing on Dinant; Air photo of demolished bridges at Sedan; Sketch of destroyed Church of St. Pierre at Lessines, west of Brussels; Four sketches from Belgium show downed Heinkel near Waterloo, British troops shooting at German planes, bomb damage in Tournai, and Refugees fleeing Brussels; The War with Nazi Germany - The Great German Offensive (article); Flanders again devastated - six pictures from war-ravaged Belgium; Six photos of refugees from Belgium and the Netherlands receiving sanctuary in England; Centerfold illustration of the second martyrdom of Belgium - a swarm of German planes bombing Tournai, while a British roadside post with Bren gun waits for low-flying attacks; Nine excellent photos of Nazi mechanized units - heavy, medium and light tanks, armoured cars, motor-cyclists, and motorised guns; Photos of personalities of the week include Turkish delegation in London, Nazi prisoner in London, Class 'B' enemy aliens being marched through Liverpool, and Dutch Premier Jonkheer de Geer with four colleagues in London; One-page illustration of Nazi 'Blitzkrieg' offensive combining air and tank attacks; Photo-illustrated article on the vanishing American Bison; Photo of Hitler with his Army leaders; Illustrations of General Von Brauchitsch and Halder; Two-page world map illustrates 66 items which are still available to Great Britain via world trade; Weather Predition (article); Many nice vintage ads including a fantastic one-page photo ad for "Staybrite" steel by Firth-Vickers of Sheffield which shows large-scale production in their mill; Two photos of troops on the Faroe Islands (The Faroes) at Thorshavn; Photos of Bedford, Ford, and Fordson tractors being exported from Britain; Photo of General H. G. Winkelman, Commander-in-Chief of the Netherlands Army. Please note: Brown discolouration of unknown origin to bottom 0.75" of all pages. All text legible. Average wear and a minor nibble from foot of spine. A sound copy of this dramatic wartime issue. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), July 19, 1952 -  Cover Photo of The Queen's First Garden Party at Buckingham Palace, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John
15 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John The Illustrated London News (ILN), July 19, 1952 - Cover Photo of The Queen's First Garden Party at Buckingham Palace
England The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd. 1952 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Davis, G.H.; Sorell, Alan 
Pages 77 - 120. Features: Photos of Hatfield, Lord Salisbury's Great Mansion where Elizabeth Tudor spent her youth; Photos taken aboard the S.S. United States; Great aerial photo of the S.S. United States entering Southampton Docks at the end of her transatlantic record-setting maiden run from New York; Rumania's Foreign Minister Mme. Anna Pauker is number one in the ranks of women communists; Interesting page of illustrations present a new technique of radar navigation which optically weds the radar picture to the actual chart; Photos of demonstration of underwater radio transmission; The houses of the iron age in Ultima Thule-Jarlshof excavations; Great photos show how Iron Age Shetlanders lived; The Army's university at Shrivenham; Scenes at the military college of Science; Photos of General Eisenhower - the Republican's candidate - and some possible Democrat candidates; Fantastic centerfold photo of the Republican convention which selected General Eisenhower as Republican Presidential candidate; Photos of personalities of the week, including open golf champion Bobby Locke and D.J. Hulbert, hero of the Eton v. Harrow cricket match; Photo of the U.S. battleship Missouri in Portland Harbour; Dr. Hewlett Johnson supports claims of germ warfare on the Chinese by the U.S.; Nice ad for the Humber 8-seater Pullman Limousine on back cover; and more. Back cover loose but present. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A quality vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), June 21, 1952 -  Cover Photo of the Battle of Compound 76 on Koje Island, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John
16 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John The Illustrated London News (ILN), June 21, 1952 - Cover Photo of the Battle of Compound 76 on Koje Island
England The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd. 1952 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Pages 1033 - 1068. Features: Lovely one-page ad for the Humber 8-seater Pullman Limousine; 10 amazing photos of scenes related to the "Battle" in compound 76 and other aspects of communist resistance to United Nations control on Koje Island; Nice large photo of the Gloster GA-5 in vertical ascent; Photos of the Earl Marshal and Officers of the College of Arms - a present-day link with medieval England; Princess Margaret at Bedford School as part of its 400th anniversary celebrations; One page of illustrations indicating how the Swiss expedition to Mount Everest crossed a 16-ft crevasse; Many photos from the Richmond Royal Horse Show, with the Queen in attendance; Colour centerfold photos of a hen golden eagle in her nest in Banffshire; The new Russian Volga-Don Canal; Fantastic one-page photo of construction of 2000-ft roadway tunnel being constructed under the No. 1 runway at London Airport; Photos of personalities of the week, including the USSR's new ambassador to London, Andrei Gromyko, Dr. Syngman Rhee reading letters of support, and Cardinal Faulhaber of Munich, a determined opponent of Nazism; who died on June 12th; Four nice photos of Flippy the dolphin displaying his tricks; Photos of Flamingo Island inside Florida's Hialeah Track; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A quality vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, May 30, 1942 - Tokyo, The Most Inflammable Capital in the World, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John;
17 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John; The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, May 30, 1942 - Tokyo, The Most Inflammable Capital in the World
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch, Ltd. 1942 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Bryan; Davis, G.H.; Turner, C.E.; De Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 625-644. Features: Cover Photo Portrait of 60-ton M-1 Tank Crushing Heavy Truck; Photo of FDR presenting Congressional Medal of Honour to Brig.-Gen. James Doolittle, while Mrs. Doolittle looks on; Six great photos from Chunking show how the resilient populace is coping with the war; The Campaign in Burma (article); "Japan's Successes in Burma - by Infiltration and Light Equipment" - six photos; The Kharkov Battlefield - six action pictures from the Russian Front; Two-page illustration of Red Air Force using "Stormoviks" and other fast-flying tank-busters attacking panzer divisions; Amazing four-page centerfold presents illustrations of ships of the British Navy from Alfred the Great to the Present Day; Eight photos of bomb damage in Bath, Norwich and York after German "Baedeker" raids; Photos of personalities of the week include Commander R.E.D. Ryder, V.C., Able Seaman W.A. Savage, V.C., Lieut.-Commander S.H. Beattie, V.C., Marshal and Madame Chiang Kai-Shek with General Joseph Stilwell, and scapegoated Nazi Food Minister Walther Darre; Two-pages with three maps illustrate "Tokyo - the most inflammable capital in the world, vulnerable war industries in a bamboo-built city"; Six-photos of high-speed reconstruction in Chungking in response to Japanese bombing; Ten photos present 'Novel points in warship design and camouflage'; Two pages with 18 illustrations present 'Defence and Attack as used in Army Training To-Day, Demonstrated in the seventeenth century (reproductions courtesy of Bernard Quaritch); Six photos of Paris under the Nazi heel after two years of occupation; The Soong Sisters - two photos of them in bombed Chungking; Nice photo ad for Ferodo with photo of five men dragging large mine onto beach; more vintage ads. Minor nibble from foot of spine. This copy was never stapled. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy of this vintage issue. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, September (Sept.) 13, 1941 -  Cover Photo of U-Boat Surrender at Sea, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John; Pycraft, W.P.
18 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John; Pycraft, W.P. The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, September (Sept.) 13, 1941 - Cover Photo of U-Boat Surrender at Sea
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch, Ltd. 1941 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Bryan; Davis, G.H.; Turner, C.E.; De Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 321-352. Features: Photos of capture of U-boat at sea; Britain Seizes Spitzbergen - two great photos; Photo of the Duke of Kent addressing thousands of workers at the vast Glenn Martin factory in Baltimore; Photo of N.C.O. prisoners enjoying their first meal since release from Vichy France; Two photos of Lord Louis Mountbatten aboard the 'Illustrious'; Photos of British toll on shipping at Rotterdam docks; Two pages of ten great photos of Britain's Army being toughened by intensive physical and endurance training; One-page photo of Italian submarine sailors standing aboard their sinking craft as they await pickup by British warships; Russia Fights On - article with map of the German pressure on Russia and map of the environs of Leningrad; Two photos of Leningrad; Photo of Mackenzie King, Prime Minister of Canada; Photos of seventeen people of the week, including numerous religious leaders, General Sir John Dill receiving an award from Polish President, M. Raczkiewicz, Prof. R.B. Mowat, King Peter's coming of age - in London, and Mrs. James Roosevelt (mother of FDR); Nine sepia-tone photos illustrating the 'Nazi Horror' - taken from a German propaganda film being transported to America; Centerfold illustration of a great British press exerting a 'squeeze' of 6,000 tons on a red-hot ingot as part of shaping an 80-foot propeller-shaft; Excellent one-page photo of super 'flying fortress', the Short 'Stirling' bomber in flight; Six photos of airmen who bomb Berlin - component members of a 'Stirling' crew; One-page graphic compares British naval losses, 1914-1916 with 1939-1941; Seven photos of the Soviet Ambassador's Luncheon to Allied Heads on August 29, 1941; Fascinating two-page composite of illustrations show the effects of blast and how research and experiment have helped to cope with this vital problem; Six photos of concrete and steel wartime barges; vintage ads. Unmarked with only moderate wear. A quality copy of this fascinating wartime issue. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), December 13, 1952, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; Burton, Maurice
19 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; Burton, Maurice The Illustrated London News (ILN), December 13, 1952
England The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd. 1952 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Fraser, Eric; 
Pages 969-1012. Features: Great colour ad for Standard Triumph (cars) features Christmas church bell-ringers; Cover photo of the Queen with the leaders of the Commonwealth; Nice one-page Rolex ad features woodcut illustration of a gardener by Eric Fraser; Photo of the Scottish Court of Chivalry; Nice one-page photo of the summit of Everest 8,000 feet above the recent Swiss expedition, plus four other great half-page photos of the expedition; Interesting photos of the home fleet's arctic cruise - testing protective clothing in the far north; Two pages of photos of miniature Queens from the Lilian Lunn doll collection; National Service Under review; First stamps of Elizabeth's reign; The Duchess of Kent's return; Colour centerfold illustration of the historic gems now in the regalia of British sovereigns; Three colour-photos of the people and homes of the North Cameroons - the Fali, a mountain people who believe humans were first taught knowledge by a toad; Nice one-page series of illustrations show how diamonds are processed at a large Amsterdam works; Malayan Navy photos; photo of a German WWII two-man submarine with torpedoe still attached - found near Alkmaar, 20 miles from Amsterdam; Fresh masterpieces discovered in the palace of the Byzantine Emperors; Food, Bacteria and Farming; Two half-page photos illustrate the siege of Na-Sam, the fortified airstrip in northwest indo-china in which 10,000 to 15,000 French Union troops faced three communist divisions; Photos of personalities of the week, including figure skater Miss V. Osborn and Cicely Hamilton who passed away on December 6th; Photo of the Shah of Iran and Queen Soraya touring the Abadan refinery; Photo of Jomo Kenyatta at Kapenguria in handcuffs; Photo of the recent Swiss Everest team; Photo of the remains of the native township of Albertynsville, near Johannesburg; Photo of a huge underground nazi WWII petrol storage tank; Charming full-colour ad for Meltis' New Berry Fruits candies inside back cover; Nice colour Johnnie Walker ad on back cover features Christmas/New Year theme; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A quality vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, December 20, 1947: British-trained armed Jewish Police and the Partition Plan for Palestine, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al
20 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al The Illustrated London News, December 20, 1947: British-trained armed Jewish Police and the Partition Plan for Palestine
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1947 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall de Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 677-704. Features: Colour Dunlop ad inside front cover features The Mumming Plays; Cover photo of wartime munitions being scrapped for production drive; Five photos illustrate the United Nations new simultaneous interpretation system; Two pages of illustrations explain the Swedish Albatross marine expedition as it investigates seabed deposits; An account of the aims of the Albatross expedition and of the equipment used to obtain material for scientific investigation from great depths; Six-photo sequence shows an F8F Bearcat's failed attempt to land on the USS Tarawa - it ultimately crashes into the sea; Photo of road scouts delivering 800,000 signatures to the House of Commons with the aim of restoring the basic petrol ration; Photos of personalities of the week include Lord Croft, Mr. Strachey, Malcolm McCorquodale, Lord Hemmingford, H. R. Macbeth-Raeburn, M. Tristan Bernard, Sir Reginald Stubbs, Marshall Tito, Mr. Dinnyes, Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler, Mr. Dimitrov of Bulgaria, Col. N. A. Filatov, Winston Churchill at Manchester Town Hall, and Arab leaders attending the Arab League Conference on Palestine at Almaza Airport; Article discusses the Marshall Plan and Mr. Molotov; Photos of Jewish Settlement Police trainees and map of the United Nations plan, dividing Palestine into a Jewish state and an Arab state, with Jerusalem and International city; Two pages of photos and text describe troops of the Arab League states, including photo of Glubb Pasha, commander of the Arab Legion of Transjordan; Two-page centrefold illustration inside the Structures Department at the Royal Aircraft Establishment where students are taught how to test aircraft components; Six illustrations show young engineers training in model making and wind tunnel testing; Five photos document the state funeral of France's great tank General Leclerc, who perished in a North African air crash; Eritrea's commission of investigation - six photos with text; Photos of the first ramjet helicopter, on ground and in flight; Photo of 12 foot diameter pipeline carrying water to generate power from the Campbell River dam in British Columbia; Photo of Sir Alan Cunningham and G. Heddingham inspecting scene of rioting and looting in the commercial centre of Jerusalem; Photo of directors and officials of Krupps, Hitler's main armament maker, on trial at Nuremberg; Two pages of photos and text describe bronzes newly found in North Honan; Review of the film "Mine Own Executioner"; Back cover colour ad for Wright's coal tar soap shows dancing Arctic seals. Above average external wear with clumsy tape repair to coverfold. Unmarked. A worthy reference copy. 
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