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Maclean's - Canada's Weekly Newsmagazine, May 27, 1996 - The Battle for B.C. (British Columbia), Fotheringham, Allan; et al
1 Fotheringham, Allan; et al Maclean's - Canada's Weekly Newsmagazine, May 27, 1996 - The Battle for B.C. (British Columbia)
Toronto Maclean-Hunter Limited 1996 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
56 pages. Features: Passing of Scott Brayton and John Burgess; National Unity Debate; Guy Bertrand and Quebec's right to self-determination; Unity Debate - furor over fraud and illegal spending by both sides; The Quebec Gridlock; Photo of Brian Mulroney with psychic JoJo Savard; In British Columbia, Gordon Campbell's Liberals vs. Glen Clark and the NDP; Shaky Grip on Power in India; Liberia descends into brutal anarchy - article with very graphic photo; Robert Dole quits Senate to pursue U.S. Presidency; The Tragedy of Admiral Jeremy Michael (Mike) Boorda of the U.S. Navy; Eight climbers die on Mount Everest; Mark Blumes and battle for control of Mark's Work Wearhouse; CRTC Confronts U.S. Satellite TV Challenge; Eugene Lishak and SLM Software Inc. of Toronto provide cash machines for Russian banks - brief news item with photo; The airborne exploits of Father Goose, Bill Lishman; Marc Garneau in astronaut training; Photo of Jim Cuddy of Blue Rodeo in Uganda; Damon Stoudamire is rookie of the year; Philantropist Joan Chalmers; Auto Eroticism - David Cronenberg's sex-driven movie 'Crash' shakes up the Cannes festival; Ad for the Nissan Quest on back cover; and more. Average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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Maclean's - Canada's Newsmagazine, April (Apr.) 23, 1979 - Ed Broadbent Cover, Jackson, Marni; Hutchinson, Peter; et al
2 Jackson, Marni; Hutchinson, Peter; et al Maclean's - Canada's Newsmagazine, April (Apr.) 23, 1979 - Ed Broadbent Cover
Toronto Maclean-Hunter Limited 1979 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
68 pages. Features: Film-Maker Robert Altman; Two-page color-photo ad for the Volkswagen Rabbit features Mr. Leslie T. Cho-Chu and family of Agincourt, Ontario; Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP Foundation) ad; Norman Bethune - Not Yet Ready for Prime Time; Two-page color-photo ad for the Honda Accords (2- and 4-door); The Sheik of Massawippi - Saad Gabr of North Hatley, Qubec; Election coverage of Joe Clark vs. Pierre Trudeau; Federal election race in Atlantic Canada, where bread and butter count; Lie Detectors used in employment screening; Bone marrow transplant between twin brothers Barry and Gary Armstrong of Chipman, New Brunswick; Ed Broadbent - The Third Man; NDP - the party that rose from the dust - with nice photo of CCFers in 1933; Idi Amin looses power in Uganda; Violence in Nicaragua; Warfare inside the Teamsters union; Actor John Voight; Jake Moore of Brascan attempts to buy F.W. Woolworth Co.; Guitar Manufacturer Normand Boucher of La Patrie, Quebec; Archaeology article re: Old Crow; Overuse and Abuse stalk Lake Louise - "The Coney Island of the Rockies"; Childhood Leukemia - stalemate in a long war - article with photo of Carol and Becki Scott; Musician Murray McLauchlan; Michael Ondaatje - "Home is Where the Hurt Is"; and more. Average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, January (Jan.) 22, 1967 - Making of  a President, Uganda Style, Kristol, Irving; Honan, William H.; Krock, A.; Gordon, H.; Sheehan, Edward R.F.; Plumb, B.; Anthony, E.J.; Hewitt, Jean; Peterson, P.
3 Kristol, Irving; Honan, William H.; Krock, A.; Gordon, H.; Sheehan, Edward R.F.; Plumb, B.; Anthony, E.J.; Hewitt, Jean; Peterson, P. The New York Times Magazine, January (Jan.) 22, 1967 - Making of a President, Uganda Style
New York The New York Times 1967 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Hirschfeld; Laurents, Gene; Kantor, Tim (cover); Tenniel, John; Tames, George; Reitz, Gunther; Huehnergarth, John; Maggio, Gene; Janu, Rudolph; 
100 pages. Features: Fantastic El San Juan Hotel ad features Hirschfeld caricatures of these entertainers in a party scene - Paul Anka, Tony Bennett, Victor Borge, Sammy Davis, Robert Goulet, Miss Peggy Lee, Tony Martin, Jane Morgan, Dick Shawn, Kaye Stevens, Leslie Uggams, Jerry Vale and Bobby Vinton; Many gorgeous color fashion ads; It's Not a Bad Crisis to Live In - Is City Life Getting Worse?; Dr. Jonathan Miller Operates on "Alice" - Pronounced 'unfit for children' by B.B.C.'s-TV's Controller; The Lord Proprietors of Congress - article with photos of 16 influential men; Loneliness of the Long-Distance Sailor - what makes Francis Chichester Sail On and On?; Making of a President - Uganda Style - article with photo of Apollo Milton Obote; Hobart D. Betts and Ulrich Franzen win the annuanl competition of the American Institute of Architects - photos of their creations; Getting the Kids We Deserve; and more. Faint library stamp on front cover. Above-average wear to covers which are almost loose. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Wide World - The Magazine for Everybody, April (Apr.) 1918, No. 240, Vol. XL: I Fired the First Shot For Britain in the War (WWI), Martyn, F.; O'Shaughnessy, W.; Jordan, E.; Craig, W.; Martin, E.; Patterson, W.; Ashmeead-Bartlett, E.; Beattie, S.; et al
4 Martyn, F.; O'Shaughnessy, W.; Jordan, E.; Craig, W.; Martin, E.; Patterson, W.; Ashmeead-Bartlett, E.; Beattie, S.; et al The Wide World - The Magazine for Everybody, April (Apr.) 1918, No. 240, Vol. XL: I Fired the First Shot For Britain in the War (WWI)
New York The International New Company 1918 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Prater, Ernest; Skelton, J.R.; Holloway, W.H.; Wood, Stanley L.; Evison, H.; Gillett, Frank; Soper, George; Prater, Ernest 
Pages 442-528 plus 24 pages of ads. Features: The Strange Case of Sergeant Pron - a story of the French Foreign Legion; Turned into a Pillar of Salt - a salt-miner becomes lost in his mine; Mysterious Fish with Strange Arabic Inscriptions - photo and brief write-up of fish caught at Zanzibar ; A Woman's Journey Across Africa - Part I - Eva J. Jordan's amazing journey through mysterious Africa, this part dealing with Uganda (with photos); How I Fired the First Shot for Britain in the Great War - Trooper William Craig, of the 4th Dragoon Guards was also the first British soldier to bring down a Uhlan; Chased by Bees - while observing apes E.F. Martin unknowingly disturbed a nest; In the Clutches of a Boa-Constrictor - adventure in Rhodesia; With the British Armoured Cars in Russia - Part II - a stirring account of their work and adventures, with great photos; The House of a Hundred Rooms - Part II - Chinese Tong-men and gamblers operated a building in Philadelphia's tenderloin district which had secret cellars and dungeons which were put to diabolical uses; My Adventures in the World War, Part IV - famous war correspondent E. Ashmead-Bartlett offers startling and thrilling contributions; The Mystery of the "Haunted Hills" - a strange story from Australia's Queensland bush; The Soldier Samson of the Italian Alps - photo-illustrated tales of an incredibly strong soldier in an Italian Alpini battalion (with photo of him lifting five men!); Human Tanks - An Ingenious Body Shield invented by Italian troops; The Papuan Chief's "Revenge" - intereseting photo-illustrated story; Some African Fashions - humorous illustrations; Arctic Painter's Thrilling Adventures - M. Borissof became lost along the northern shores of Nova Zembla and nearly died (with photo of his studio); Photo of Indian chief Wa-Ha-Gunta who just turned 134 years old!; and more. Average external wear. Bit of writing on front cover and Table of Contents. Binding intact. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue. 
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5 Multiple Contributors American Orchid Society Bulletin January 1969 Volume 38 No. 1
Cambridge, MA, U.S.A. American Orchid Society, Inc. 1969 First Edition Paperback Fair 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Features: Masdevallia caloptera - Collector's item; Greenhouse and artificial light culture of orchids compared; pH measurements in the greenhouse; a revision of the genus Phalaenopsis Blume - III; the "Now" trend in Paphiopedilum; Eulophias in Uganda - the orchids of Uganda. Well-worn. Unmarked. No tears. 
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Commonwealth Today - No. 59, Multiple Contributors
6 Multiple Contributors Commonwealth Today - No. 59
London The Central Office of Information 1955 First Edition Paperback Fair Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
32 pages. Undated but appears to be circa 1955. Wonderful black and white photos throughout. Features: British Columbia's Centennial Celebrations; Canada's Boy's Town in Malaya; Colombo Plan Steel Technicians in Britain; Ghana's Goodwill and Trade Mission; Designs of the Year - annual U.K. awards; Ceylon's Buddhists in London; H.M. the Queen Mother's World Tour; Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition; Child Welfare in Pakistan; Modern New Airport in Nairobi, Kenya; New Zealand's expanding forests; The Craft of the Nigerian Potter; Spare-Time Studies in Britain; Uganda's New Agrucultural School. Bonus: includes 8-page Canadian supplement which bears a lovely colour portrait of H.R.H. the Princess Margaret. Second Bonus: 13" x 9" photographic portrait of H.R.H. The Princess Margaret, suitable for framing. Covers detached from textblock but present. Average wear. Unmarked. A worthy copy. 
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Flamingo - Africa's Lively Magazine, Volume 12, No. 1 *IDI AMIN FEATURE*, Multiple Contributors
7 Multiple Contributors Flamingo - Africa's Lively Magazine, Volume 12, No. 1 *IDI AMIN FEATURE*
Lagos, Nigeria Flamingo Magazine, West African Bureau 1975 Nigerian Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
55 pages. Undated. Circa 1970s. Features: Colour centerfold featuring Niki Valentine; Ghana Airways ad inside front cover; Colour FIAT ad; Exclusive report on Uganda's General Idi Amin entitled "How I Transformed Uganda into a Black Man's Country", with photos; Idi Amin's views on love and marriage, and love without marriage; Nigeria's Popular Civilian Crusades Against Disease and Filth - Alhaji Aminu Kano; Kenya Rocked by Wild Rumours Following Death of Minister Ronald Gideon Ngala - several photos and article; Centerfold photos and article on Niki Valentine - the Topless Teacher from Nigeria; Colour Vespa ad; When a man becomes his own wife! - Professor and Lady Peller - many photos and article; 'Alone in the World' - fiction by Harmattan Nwabueze; New African-made car that won't get stuck in traffic jams - Professor Awodele Awojobi is the brains behind a car with steering wheels at each end!; Pretty African girl, Maria Prabhu of Nairobi, invades all male religious sect - Hare Krishna Temple - article and photos; Colour ad for Star beer on back cover. Prior owner's name and minor ink scribble upon front cover. No other markings. Somewhat above-average wear. Binding intact. A sound copy of this rare and information-packed issue. 
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The Northern Mariner - The Journal of the Canadian Nautical Research Society: January 1998, Multiple Contributors
8 Multiple Contributors The Northern Mariner - The Journal of the Canadian Nautical Research Society: January 1998
Canada CNRS 1998 First Edition Paperback Very Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Articles: The Ports of Halifax and Saint John and the American Civil War; The Floating Factory - Dominant Designs and Technological Development of Twentieth-Century Whaling Factory Ships; A Lonely Ambassador - HMCS Uganda and the War in the Pacific; Sailor as Entrepreneurs in a Great Lakes Maritime Village; plus book reviews. Clean, bright and unmarked with very light wear. Nice copy. 
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The Wide World Magazine, August (Aug.) 1918: Thrilling Stories of the Air, Multiple Contributors
9 Multiple Contributors The Wide World Magazine, August (Aug.) 1918: Thrilling Stories of the Air
London George Newnes Limited 1918 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
93 pages plus 8 pages of wonderful vintage ads. Features: My Bear Hunt in the B.C. Rockies - Part I, by E. Ashmead-Bartlett; Thrilling stories of the Air, with amazing crash photos; A Doctor in the Holy Land - Dr. H.J. Bailey in Palestine - Gaza and Nablus; Facing Death for Cinema Thrills - some hairbreadth escapes of well-known motion-picture stars, related by themselves, with photos; Tales of the Service - part IV - Tossed into the Bog - a true tale by a Customs Officer from the West Coast of Scotland; The Pirate of the Pacific - Count von Luckner - with photos; A Woman's Journey Across Africa - part V of Eva J. Jordan's 4,000 mile honeymoon trip across the dark continent; Beyond the Law - part IV, by Emmett Dalton, the sole survivor of the Dalton Gang; Exploring the Ice-Wilds of Eastern Karakoram - Part IV, by Fanny Bullock Workman and William Hunter Workman - with photos by the authors; The Drover Dempster - A.A. Beattie relates a deadly drive of 500 miles in Australia; The Disappearing Island - Helen Darbishire describes Ocean Island in the South Pacific - built entirely of phosphates - with nice photos; "Lionel - Because of the Lions" - Mrs. Fred Maturin (Edith Porch) explains how she came to name a lonely station near the Congo, on the Cape-to-Cairo Railway; The Water Miracles of India - how the engineer has wiped out India's famine scourge and reclaimed millions of acres of land by the erection of vast irrigation works - with great photos; Photo of 28-lb lobster; Photo of French school-children in war zone wearing gas masks; Photo of a Mormon Church in Salt Lake City converted into an auto shop; photo of the quaint circumcision garb worn in Uganda. Nostalgic back cover ad by the Haywood Tire & Equipment Co. of Indianapolis proves that the tire repair business was booming in 1918! Full-page ad inside back cover boasts that the Newell Pharmacal Co. can banish the smoking habit in 48 to 72 hours. Small ad for Emblem motorcycles and bicycles. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A sound copy of this excellent vintage issue. 
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The Wide World Magazine, March 1957- Australian Edition, Multiple Contributors
10 Multiple Contributors The Wide World Magazine, March 1957- Australian Edition
London George Newnes Limited 1957 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Features: Smoke Jumpers of Silver City - forest firefighters of the United States Forest Service; Buffalo Bull - a gripping story set in the wild Acholiland province of Uganda; Contraband Cruise - sten gun pirates terrorize Tangier's 'free-traders' on the Mediterranean; Search for the Sahara Stallion - a quest for a fabulous strain of horses; The Gold-Rush Murders - the most shocking crime the Yukon had ever seen; The Fang Men of Malaya - The Hairy Giants/Ape Men of the Malayan Jungles; I Had a Man Friday - I Know an Island, Part IX - Antigua; Struggle for Survival - a continuation of 'Manhunt in Green Hell' - adventure in the jungle of French Guiana; and more. Average wear. Quality copy. 
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The Wide World Magazine, November 1957- Australian Edition, Multiple Contributors
11 Multiple Contributors The Wide World Magazine, November 1957- Australian Edition
London George Newnes Limited 1957 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Features: I'll Climb Mount Everest Alone - the amazing story of Maurice Wilson (continued in a later issue); Death in a Bamboo Staff - Investigating snakes; An extraordinary affair at Upper Blackwood, Australia - mysteriously appearing stones and other objects; A Leopard came by Night - a fright in Uganda; Dogged by a Ghost Ship - aboard the whaler George Henry in Hudson Strait, between Labrador and Baffin Land in 1861; Ice Giving Way - An Anarctic Story; The Dead Walk Here - an incident in Algiers; He Built a Light for All Nations - no two lighthouses are the same; The Pawang's Triumph - an attempt to rid Malayan padi fields of the dreaded Beranang disease; Wild Boar at Bay - an unusual pig hunt; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. Front cover partially loose. 
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Time Magazine, August (Aug.) 8, 1969 - John Wayne Cover, Multiple Contributors
12 Multiple Contributors Time Magazine, August (Aug.) 8, 1969 - John Wayne Cover
USA Time, Inc. 1969 B002J4BFFE First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Jackson, Harry 
76 pages. Features: Nixon's sobering message to Asia - major article with color photos of Nixon in Asia; Public reaction to Chappaquiddick; Examining moon samples; Five pages of color photos of the Apollo 11 moon landing; Rendezvous with Mars; Soviet writer Anatoly Kuznetsov flees to the free world; Syrian jets bomb Israeli military post on Mount Hermon; Ari Onassis celebrates anniversary with Jackie; Gardening without DDT; Time to remember "Forgotten America"; John Wayne as the last hero - major photo-illustrated article; TV Show Hee Haw; Article and color photos of the Pope in Uganda; Roman Catholicism in Africa - in search of its soul; Big profits in small cans - Granatelli and STP; Color one-page ad for Sports Illustrated shows O.J. Simpson in action; Reivew of "Allen Ginsberg in America:; and much more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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13 Peterson, Richard American Orchid Society Bulletin - October 1976, Vol. 45 No. 10
Cambridge, MA, U.S.A. American Orchid Society, Inc. 1976 First Edition Paperback Very Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
100 pages. Features: The Rhynchostylis; Orchid Collecting in Uganda; African Epiphytic Orchids - An Annotated Guide to the Literature; Cool Orchids in a "Dungeon" - Fluorescent Light Orchid Culture; Angraecum, Neofinetia and Jumellea - Collector's Item; spathoglottis plicata; Indian Orchids - Note on Conservation; Exquisit Orchids from western Ghats (India) II- Rhynchostylis retusa; Honors Given to Noted Orchidist - Emma D. Menninger; Orchids Somehow Survive!; Rapid Vegetative Muliplication of Epidendrum O'brienianum in vitro and in the greehnouse. Light signs of handling. 
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14 Reinikka, Merle A.: Editor American Orchid Society Bulletin Vol. 38 February, 1969 No. 2
Cambridge, MA, USA American Orchid Society, Inc. 1969 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Features include: intersterility as a taxonomic criterion; Coelogyne sparsa - Collector's item; Polystachya and the last traces of empire - orchids of Uganda; How to realize the supreme joy of raising orchids; growing orchids under controlled pH conditions; Disa uniflora and its hybrids - South Africa's Wonder Orchid. Crease to bottom corner of front cover. Small tear to top of back cover. Please note: a chunk has been cut from back cover. 
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Maclean's - Canada's Weekly Newsmagazine, December (Dec.) 22, 1980 - John Lennon Cover Photo, Thomas, David; Stark, T. James; et al
15 Thomas, David; Stark, T. James; et al Maclean's - Canada's Weekly Newsmagazine, December (Dec.) 22, 1980 - John Lennon Cover Photo
Toronto Maclean-Hunter Limited 1980 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
60 pages. Features: John Lennon cover photo; Winnipeg's Christmas Cheer Board; Gloomy view from Jim Gray of Canadian Hunter in Alberta's Oil Patch; Newspaper groups have become too large, too wealthy and too successful; Silo construction halts air travel to Chatham, Ontario's municipal airport - farmer Bob Walker does not agree to expropriation; Jeworski's general store near Regina does booming liquor business; UBC Professor Cyril Belshaw acquitted of murdering his wife; Jean Lesage - reluctant reformer; Poland marks time on a tightrope; El Salvador's Col. Adolfo Arnoldo Majano; Ballots and Bullets in Uganda; Ronald Reagan's new cabinet; Murder of Dr. Michael Halberstam by Bernard Welch; Oilmen keep up pressure on Ottawa's energy plan; The UTDC and its ALRT; Canada's prime interest rate hits 17%; The Legacy of John Lennon - photo-illlustrated article; Photo of figures skaters Baier and Eisler; Surgeons at Toronto General Hospital lose their viewing gallery in exchange for a new wing; Parapsychologists and the long road toward respectability; Pop Psychology is the newest gimmick on the AM Dial - with photo of Nadine Berger at work; Anne Murray in 'Save the Children' ad; Bruce Springsteen - photo-illustrated article; Book and movie reviews; and more. Neat 2"x1" clipping from bottom corner of front cover. Average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News - October 13, 1962, Various Contributors
16 Various Contributors The Illustrated London News - October 13, 1962
London The Illustrated London News 1962 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features/Photos: Royalty at Entebbe Airport, Uganda; Commander Walter Schirra; Yemen - after the army seized power and dethroned the ruler; Tragedy of Mississippi University - James Meredith; The first Etruscan town to be excavated - Marzabotto; The Great London Livery Companies - VI - Merchant Taylor's Hall; What happens when an airliner is ditched; Annual Labour Party Conference; and more. Moderate wear. Clean and unmarked. Quality copy. 
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Newsweek Magazine, August 7, 1966 - China Threat / Missing H-Bomb!, Wallich, Henry C.; Et al
17 Wallich, Henry C.; Et al Newsweek Magazine, August 7, 1966 - China Threat / Missing H-Bomb!
New York Newsweek, Inc. 1966 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
104 pages. Features: Nice color-photo ad for Ford Trucks inside front cover features Marvin F. Burten and his Branch Motor Express Co; Vintage one-page ad for the Volkswagen (VW) Fastback; Nice one-page color photo Cadillac ad features huge forest green four-door beneath huge tree; Miller High Life beer ad features color photo of men playing cards; Classy color-photo Lincoln Continental ad features dark coupe by lighthouse; LBJ's handling of the Vietnam war slips in public opinion; Hugo Black of the Supreme Court; Policing the Police - the police brutality issue; 'Secret' crisis in Delta - displaced Negro farm workers protest - photo of tent colony at Tribbett; China - Dangers of Misunderstanding; General Electric (GE) ad features photo of Neil Throckmorton of Sacramento; Vintage one-page photo ad for IBM's (large) Executary 224 Dictating Unit; Milton Obote takes over in Uganda; Sukarno - sheer unadulterated gall; Photo of Harold Wilson with Kosygin; B-52 and KC-135 collide over Palomares, Spain and an H-Bomb is lost in the water below; Louis Lomax; Joe Pyne of KTTV; Nice color-photo one-page ad for the Chrysler New Yorker (black); Andrew F. Brimmer - the first Negro named to the Federal Reserve; Leonard Jaffe sells distressed homes in California through his Maryn Properties, Inc.; One-page photo ad for The CBS Radio Network features Walter Cronkite smoking pipe; Japan's Soka Gakkai and other religious sects; Nice color-photo ad for the Ford Mustang (black) features young lady at the wheel; Integrating educational texts; Classy two-page photo ad for WTOP-TV features The Ambassador of Sweden, Hubert de Besche, and his wife; Color ad for Buick's new Opel Kadett; Irving Paul (Swifty) Lazar; Color-photo Canadian Club whisky ad inside back cover features New Zealand tree-choppers - with Dick Honey; Lucky Strike color-photo ad on back cover features lady with floral hat; and much more. Above-average but not excessive external wear. Unmarked. A worthy copy. 
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Canada at War, No. 42, November - December 1944, Wartime Information Board, Government of Canada
18 Wartime Information Board, Government of Canada Canada at War, No. 42, November - December 1944
Ottawa Wartime Information Board, Government of Canada 1944 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 12mo - over 6" - 7" tall 
63 pages. Numerous monotone reproductions of photos in text. "A factual, monthly reference booklet of basic information on Canadian war activities." - from inside front cover. Contents: Cover photo of H.M.C.S. Uganda; Precision instruments used in sighting and Canada's new optical glass industry; Canada's New Shipbuilding Industry - article with photo of launching of minesweeper H.M.S. Myrmidon at Toronto; Women in the Services; Canada Conquers Rubber Famine; Statistics of Canada's Armed Forces strength and casualties; Canada's Forces in action - lengthy article including centerfold map entitled "Antwerp - Strategic Key to Victory"; War Diary For October - 12 illustrations and a day-by-day itemization of events; Facts about N.R.M.A. Soldiers; Table of data entitled "Estimated Manpower Distribution (14 Years and Over"; Canada Welcomes Peace League Blueprint; Air Training in Canada; Price Control Defeats Inflation. Somewhat above-average wear. Small chip from lower corner of front cover. Binding intact. Prior owner's signature upon back cover, otherwise unmarked. Pages tanned with age. A sound reference copy. 
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The Wide World Magazine, June 1929 - "Chink Running" Cover Illustration, Wilson, J.F.; "Billy See"; Nolan, John H.E.; Bodley, R.V.C.; MacLeod, Captain Jack; Taylor, Carl N.; Adams, W.H.; Stuart, Murray; Charnley, W.; Mackenzie, Lieut.-Colonel Donald; "Gundi"; "The Captain"; Melville, Fred. J.
19 Wilson, J.F.; "Billy See"; Nolan, John H.E.; Bodley, R.V.C.; MacLeod, Captain Jack; Taylor, Carl N.; Adams, W.H.; Stuart, Murray; Charnley, W.; Mackenzie, Lieut.-Colonel Donald; "Gundi"; "The Captain"; Melville, Fred. J. The Wide World Magazine, June 1929 - "Chink Running" Cover Illustration
London George Newnes 1929 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall Holloway, Cyril; Sutcliffe, Norman; Tennant, Dudley; Wigfull, W.E.; Wightman, W.E.; De Walton, John; Sindall, A.W.; Leigh, Conrad; Holloway, Cyril; Sindall, A.W. 
Pages 169-252 plus 28 pages of ads. Features: Chink-Running - an account of the illegal smuggling of Chinese over the U.S. border from Canada via the Detroit River; Slippery Wiley's Luck - Mr. Wiley returns to the scene of his prior crime to con money from more victims in Australia; The Mysterious M'Zab - A description of a little-known country in the heart of the Sahara where, although the French are the nominal rulers, the people actually obey the edicts of a secret Government of their own - great photos; "Ning We Pulls the Strings" - A story of Colonel Mackenzie's inimitable Chinese detective; Our Gatta - a most amusing tale of a native regatta from West Africa; The Longest Canoe Voyage on Record, by John H.E. Nolan (Part 3 of 3) - with several photos; Murder Paul Jaworski is permitted to read advance copy of a magazine serial before being executed for his crime; Feather's Folly - a stirring sea yarn from Newfoundland; Seeing America on Thirteen Dollars - Carl N. Taylor describes his four year adventure which began when he was sixteen; At the Eleventh Hour - Racing A Dying Prospector in the Belgian Congo to British Territory for the sake of his life insurance policy; The Human Tiger - a man planning murder in Perth Australia sees his plan go wrong; A Break in Routine - a true story from a Commissioner of Police in Uganda. Unmarked. Moderate wear. Small tape reinforcements to each end of backstrip. A sound copy of this engaging vintage issue. 
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