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1940 Dunkirk Veterans' Association: Volum 34, No. 4, 1940 Dunkirk Veteran's Association
1 1940 Dunkirk Veteran's Association 1940 Dunkirk Veterans' Association: Volum 34, No. 4
U.K. 1940 Dunkirk Veteran's Association 1990 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
60 pages. Undated but appears to be circa 1990. A periodical for those who served with the B.E.F. (France) from 10th May 1940. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy. 
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Collier's - The National Weekly Magazine, March (Mar.) 16, 1918, Volume 61, Number 1 - President Woodrow Wilson / Shipbuilder Homer L. Ferguson On the Job, Biggers, Earl Derr; Child, Richard W.; Hungerford, Edward; Ruhl, Arthur; Roche, Arthur S.; Gatlin, Dana; et al
2 Biggers, Earl Derr; Child, Richard W.; Hungerford, Edward; Ruhl, Arthur; Roche, Arthur S.; Gatlin, Dana; et al Collier's - The National Weekly Magazine, March (Mar.) 16, 1918, Volume 61, Number 1 - President Woodrow Wilson / Shipbuilder Homer L. Ferguson On the Job
New York P.F. Collier & Son, Inc. 1918 B004J12SXS First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall I.W.T. (cover); Paus, Herbert; Raleigh, Henry; Morgan, Wallace; Gruger, F.R.; Brown, Arthur William; Comstock, Evos B. 
42 pages. Features: Cover illustration of President Woodrow Wilson; Nice illustrated ad for the Mitchell Six car inside front cover; One-page illustrated ad for Johns-Manville coal preservation products; Illustrated one-page Fisk Cord Tire ad shows natives carrying crude rubber to a waiting ship; "Over Here" - fiction by E.D. Biggers; The President - a profile of Woodrow Wilson by Richard Washburn Child; A Shipbuilder on the Job - photo-illustrated article on Homer L. Ferguson (with photo of black men hard at work above caption "Don't you dare come and tell us that the black man in the South is an industrial failure!"; Is There a Ukraine? - interesting photo-illustrated article; Editorial "Ships and the Submarine"; Photos of inventor William T. Donnelly and his 'buoyancy boxes' which were installed in ships to keep them buoyant even if torpedoed; Tremendous Trifles - photos of simple yet vital items needed to support the war effort; The Adventures of Colin O'Rell (Third Adventure - The Interrupted Tea); God Gave Them Youth (fiction); From Baseball to Boches (Fourth Inning); Ferry's Seeds ad; Classy half-page ad for Kahn Tailoring of Indianapolis; Nice one-page illustrated ad for Waltham watches; Dr. Eugene T. Hurd of Seattle - photo-illustrated article on this military surgeon; Nicely-illustrated quarter-page ad for Colt handguns appears to show WWI officer displaying pistol to Civil War veterans; Article on the French town of Bruay and wartime activities there, by Pierre Hamp; Interesting quarter-page ad for The Pullman Company includes photos of "The Men Who Serve You" - they are all black; Back cover two-color ad for the Victor (Victors and Victrolas) Company features illustration of Swedish opera singer Jenny Lind (Johanna Maria Lind); and more. Above-average external wear with coverfold mostly open. Binding intact. Bits of writing on front cover. A worthy vintage copy of this excellent WWI issue. 
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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
3 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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Collier's Magazine - The National Weekly: 18 April, 1931 - 14,000 Miles Through Russia Without a Guide, Davis, Elmer; Davenport, Walter; Josselyn, Talbert; Kahler, Hugh MacNair; Marquis, Don; Rohmer, Sax; Flynn, John T.; LeMay, Alan; Hoben, Lindsay; Wadsworth, Roth F.; Rice, Grantland; MacHarg, William; Foster, Freling; Work, Milton C.
4 Davis, Elmer; Davenport, Walter; Josselyn, Talbert; Kahler, Hugh MacNair; Marquis, Don; Rohmer, Sax; Flynn, John T.; LeMay, Alan; Hoben, Lindsay; Wadsworth, Roth F.; Rice, Grantland; MacHarg, William; Foster, Freling; Work, Milton C. Collier's Magazine - The National Weekly: 18 April, 1931 - 14,000 Miles Through Russia Without a Guide
USA P.F. Collier & Son Company 1931 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Crandell, Bradshaw (cover art); Crosman, John H.; Sykes, C.H.; Flagg, James Montgomery; Beall, C.C.; Street, Frank; Flanagan, John Richard; Clark, Matt; Simont, Joseph; Billmyer, James and Charlotte; Llanuza; Timmins, Harry L. 
70 pages. Features: Color Texaco ad inside front cover; Oakland 8 and Pontiac 6 ad on page 1; Classy color full-page ad for Maxwell House coffee; Mr. Peters makes his Train (short story); Where do we go from here? - an article about veterans and the nation's finances; Beginner's Luck - a short story about golf; What a Pal! (short story); A Way with the Women (short story); Yuan Hee See Laughs - continuation of short story by Sax Rohmer; Ridin' on Rubber - article and great photos of various types of transportation by bus and jitney - very nostalgic!; Gunsight Trail (short story); Through Russia Without a Guide - Lindsay Hoben recounts his 14,00 mile trip through the U.S.S.R. without a guide or supervision; Gorgeous full-page color ad for Life Savers candy; nice color full-page ad for the new Chevrolet six; Babies are Conservative (!) - practical advice for babycare by a lady doctor; April Prowess - predicting who will win the World Series; Nice Oldsmobile ad; The Sleeptalker (short story); Classy full-page ad for Hammond electric clocks; Smooching photo in Pepsodent antiseptic mouth wash ad; Spur Bow bowtie ad; Clicquot Club ginger ale full-page ad; B&O (Baltimore and Ohio) Railroad full-page ad; Bostonians shoe ad; Elgin watch ad; Nice 2-color Pebeco toothpaste ad; nice full-page color Arrow Shirts ad; Iver Johnson bicycle ad; Nice full-page color ad for Waterman's pens; Dixies drinking glass ad inside back cover; Nice Camel cigarette ad on back cover show's man lighting up with a candleabra. Above-average but not excessive external wear and soiling. Covers detached but present. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, August 12, 1945 - Aerial Cover Photo of Massive Explosion on Honshu, Davis, Harry; Evans, Trevor; Kilgore, Harley; Peffer, N.; Et al
5 Davis, Harry; Evans, Trevor; Kilgore, Harley; Peffer, N.; Et al The New York Times Magazine, August 12, 1945 - Aerial Cover Photo of Massive Explosion on Honshu
USA The New York Times 1945 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
48 pages. Features: Rheingold lager beer ad features color photos of Jean Welch, Jill Darnley, Maggie Long, Helen Riickert, Dorothy Hart and Rita Daigle, the Miss Rheingold 1946 candidates; Illustrated ad for the Fairchild "Flying Boxcar"; We Enter the Atomic Age - the momentous story of the atom whose energy science has now unleashed; Two pages of fantastic photos illustrating the dramatic story of the atom - from radium to the atomic bomb, including the Curies, Einstein, Niels Bohr, Dr. E.O. Lawrence with a cyclotron, and the great factory at Oak Ridge, TN; Ernest Bevin - a new kind of statesman; When do we abolish (wartime) business controls: Germany is Not Yet Defeated - Senator Harley M. Kilgore argues her industrial power must be destroyed; China - Unless we preserve her full integrity we shall face still another war - Nathaniel Peffer's formula for peace in the Far East; One-page ad for Drene shampoo features three color photos of beautiful Bettina Bolegard, New York fashion model; Veterans storm the academic beachhead; Our music-loving Presidents; Benjamin ('Ben') Victor Cohen is expected to be a bridge from the President to Byrnes and Vinson; Jones & Laughline Steel ad includes sketches of Donald Gortner and Ralph Ardary; Vice Admiral Ben Moreell of the Seabees looks forward to moving his bulldozers into Japan; Boom in New Yorkers studying foreign languages; Interesting half-page ad for The American Mercury features heading "Can We Do Business With Stalin", with illustration of Stalin; Nice one-page Chicken of the Sea and White Star tuna ad; Two pages of photos of ladies in fashionable coats; and more. Average external soiling and wear. Unmarked. Opening to central portion of front cover mended with archival tape. Moderate age-toning to paper. A sound copy of this vintage WWII issue. 
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Salute Magazine, Feb. (February) 1947, Vol. 2, No. 2 - Palestine's Underground, Dorsey, G.; La Valley, M.; Cosgrove, R.; Sweett, F.; Dugan, J.; Perl, A.; Kramer, D.; Engel, L.; Jacobs, B.; Anderson, D.; Stern, P.; Ellis, R.; Kammerman, E.; Flannery, T.; Fields, Jack; Russell, J.; Pifer, C.; Hardy, J.
6 Dorsey, G.; La Valley, M.; Cosgrove, R.; Sweett, F.; Dugan, J.; Perl, A.; Kramer, D.; Engel, L.; Jacobs, B.; Anderson, D.; Stern, P.; Ellis, R.; Kammerman, E.; Flannery, T.; Fields, Jack; Russell, J.; Pifer, C.; Hardy, J. Salute Magazine, Feb. (February) 1947, Vol. 2, No. 2 - Palestine's Underground
New York Vet Publishers, Inc. 1947 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Kleinbert, Ernest (cover); Myers, Harry; Davis, D.H. 
50 pages. Linda Darnell cover photo. Short Stories: The Night; Silent Trumpet; Weep for Me My Darling. Articles: Will You Get a New Car in 1947? - photo-illustrated article discusses high prices and lack of supply; There's Still an Underground - Photo-illustrated article on Zionist guerillas combatting the British in Palestine; Young Vets and Their Old Guard; Some Wrestlers are Gentlemen - article and photos on Jumping Joe Savoldi; No More Athlete's Foot; Nick the Greek - America's biggest gambler hasn't had a hot night in New York since he made the late Arnold Rothstein quit; ; Behind the Front Page; The Stage Door Canteen. Special Features: Actor's Laboratory - with photos of Pat Alphine, Dick Benjamin, Al Ryder, Phoebe Brands, Audie Murphy, Doris Frezette, and John Gusick; Death of the Sphinx - notorious lavish Paris bordello is closed by French government - exclusive secret photos of the last night; Veteran's Administration (V.A.) - ; Cowgirl Queens - article and photos of western movie heroine Arleen Whelan and real cowgirl, Faye Blessing; Freedom From Censorship - article and large photo of Jane Russell; Verboten - veterans ordered to refrain from talking to high school girls in Indianapolis; One Big Veteran's Organization; Salute of the Month - Major General Graves B. Erskine; Photos in service and after of Lt. A.H. Smith, T/Sgt. Joseph Archosky and Captain Donald McMillan of Seattle - now a miner in Butte, Montana; and more. Light wear. Unmarked. Covers holding by one staple. Light age-toning to contents. A nice vintage copy. 
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Collier's, The National Weekly Magazine, 16 July, 1949 - Actor Johnny Lund /, Frankel, Stanley; Alexander, Holmes; Morris, Frank D.; Caldwell, John; Stavisky, Sam; Small, Collie; Allen, Robert S.; Ewing, Margaret Blake; Martin, John Stuart; Phillips, James Atlee; Knight, Ruth Adams; Franks, Joseph C.; Godey, John; Root, Wells
7 Frankel, Stanley; Alexander, Holmes; Morris, Frank D.; Caldwell, John; Stavisky, Sam; Small, Collie; Allen, Robert S.; Ewing, Margaret Blake; Martin, John Stuart; Phillips, James Atlee; Knight, Ruth Adams; Franks, Joseph C.; Godey, John; Root, Wells Collier's, The National Weekly Magazine, 16 July, 1949 - Actor Johnny Lund /
Springfield, Ohio The Crowell-Collier Publishing Company 1949 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Peskin, David; Skor, Walter; Spring, Bob and Ira; Forsberg, Howard; Floherty, John Jr.; Kling, Wendell; Lee, Robert J.; Fleischmann, Glen; Conner, Mac; Berenstain, Stanley & Janice 
74 pages. Articles: Jacob M. (Jack) Arvey of Illinois - New-Style Political Boss; Our Shameful Record in Veterans' Housing; Voyage of the Pagan - One Man's Struggle with the Sea (part 1 of 3) - John Caldwell's harrowing sailing trip from Panama to Australia; After Pensions - the Bonus? - the battle for veterans' cash benefits; Johnny's Our Boy - Actor Johnny Lund; The Navy's Uncle Louie - Admiral Louis Denfeld; Autopsy; Dick Cooliey's Comeback; Mousetrap Tycoon - Chester M. Woolworth, of Lancaster, PA; Aid and Comfort to the Ku Klux Klan - opinion piece on back page - Arthur W. Terminiello. Fiction: Just Like I Hate Money; (part 1 of 2); Sister Act; The feast of Saint Restituta; The Eyes of Mr. Lovides; The Iron Butterfly (conclusion); Ethel's Magic Doggerel. Nice ads include: Trailways bus lines; Studebaker cars - nice color photos; Pontiac; Pepsi; Firestone (centerfold); New Hudson cars; FTD; Blatz beer - colour photo ad featuring sculptor Dick Wiken; Lucky Strike ad on back cover features tobacco buyer B.C. Conner. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Collier's Magazine, August 23, 1947 - The Story of Eddie Condon, Haycox, Ernest; Taylor, Samuel W.; Meyer, Ernest L.; Jepson, Selwyn; Phillips, John Randolph; Mann, Peggy; Condon, Eddie; et al
8 Haycox, Ernest; Taylor, Samuel W.; Meyer, Ernest L.; Jepson, Selwyn; Phillips, John Randolph; Mann, Peggy; Condon, Eddie; et al Collier's Magazine, August 23, 1947 - The Story of Eddie Condon
USA Crowell-Collier 1947 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Cox, Dorothy (cover); Cordrey, Earl; Berman, Sam; Dawes, Edwin; Harris, George William; Vickery, John; Kling, Wendell; Hammond, Maury; Chiriacka, Ernest; Bischoff, H.E.; Martin, Fletcher 
82 pages. Features: Nice RKO photo ad advertises 'I Remember Mama', 'Tycoon', 'If You Knew Susie' and 'Magic Town'; 1-page ad for Philco entertainment products; Brother Jazz - The Story of Eddie Condon - with color photos; Affair's End (fiction); How to Have Ancestors; They're Still Expendable - article and photos explain how unemployment, small-business failures and layoffs are hitting veterans harder than the rest of the nation; Fever (fiction); He Clicked for 30 Years - Highlights of the career of photographer George William Harris - article with photos; The Five Dresden Angels (fiction); Man Running (fiction); Demon from the Doldrums - Nature's most destructive force is the West Indian hurricane; Nice 1-page color-photo ad for International Harvester Industrial Power features photo of a large diesel crawler in a Florida limestone quarry; Nice 1-page color ad for Ford cars; Nice vintage 1-page color ad for Kraft Cheeses; Western Electric 1-page color ad shows telephone repairman talking housewife and children at front door; Ballantine Ale 1-page color ad; Half-page 2-color ad for Fruehauf Trailers; Pennsylvania Railroad nice 1-page color ad shows comforable scene on-board; Fall Guise - article with six color photos of men's fall college fashions; Nice 1-page DeSoto car ad; A Good Whipping (fiction); Fantastic 1-page 2-color ad for the movie 'Body and Soul' starring John Garfield, Lilli Palmer and Hazel Brooks; Nice 1-page color Budweiser ad displays several illustrated plates; Goldwyn ad features colour photo of Danny Kaye; Rislone and Karbout ad features cute color photo of cigarette girl; 1-page ad for Gillette one-piece razors; Smiling Girl (fiction); Nice color 1-page ad for Hamm's Beer; One-page ad for American Overseas Airlines; Luckky Strike ad on back cover includes nice color illustration entitled 'Bright Tobacco' by Fletcher Martin. Couple of chips from top of front cover. Average wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Legionary - The Fighting Man's Magazine, October, 1946, No. 4, Vol. XXII (22) - Cover Photo of Mackenzie King Unveiling War Monument, Hundevad, Captain John; Bryant, Arthur; Smith, Douglas; Bisset, Commodore Sir James; Mant, Gilbert; Morse, Eric W.
9 Hundevad, Captain John; Bryant, Arthur; Smith, Douglas; Bisset, Commodore Sir James; Mant, Gilbert; Morse, Eric W. The Legionary - The Fighting Man's Magazine, October, 1946, No. 4, Vol. XXII (22) - Cover Photo of Mackenzie King Unveiling War Monument
Ottawa, Canada The Canadian Legion Press, Ltd. 1946 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Callan, Les; Terndrup, F.; Coughlin, Bing; Ting 
50 pages. Features: Cover photo of Mackenzie King unveiling monument to "Des Elements De La 11 Division Canadienne Debarouerent le 19 Aout 1942"; Field Marshal Viscount Montgomery of Alamein's Triumphant Tour of Canada - article with seven photos; The Canadian Army at War 1. The Canadians in Britain, 1939-1944 - 2nd Part; What a Queen's University Student Things Of the Legion; The Naval Tradition - "A Band of Brothers... A Service of Gentlemen"; Poppies for Remembrance - article with interesting photos; Radar at Sea; Funny one-page football cartoon by Bing Coughlin; Australia's "Legacy" Movement - a unique form of service; The Doctor-of-Choice Plan - don't let your doctor forget to send treatment record to D.V.A.; Poppy day 1946; The World in Review, Part 12, August 11 to September 10, 1946; Group photo of Boer War veterans taken at Particia Bay, Vancouver Island includes E.A. Robbins, J.C. de Balinhard, A.P. Hobbs, A.E. Long, A.E. Hilder, S. Taylor, G. Bellamy, W.C. Warren, B. Bath, F. Riley, W. Gerrard, and T.H. Gregg; "Occupational Oscar" cartoons; Obituary notices; Nice one-page cartoon-style ad for Dawes Black Horse Brewery; plus numerous additional ads and branch news from across the country. Beige soiling to upper corner affects a patch up to 4.5" x 2" on all pages and covers - all text remains legible. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Legionary - The Fighting Man's Magazine, November, 1946, No. 5, Vol. XXII (22) - Andrew Charles Mynarski, V.C., Jacobson, Percy; Bromwich, H.W.; Flaherty, Frank Wright, F.Gordon; Philpott, Colonel Percy J.;  Herwig, J.C.G.; Morse, Eric W.; Gleave, T.B.; Giverero, Captain S.A.; Hall, Henry C.; Mackenzie, Hon. Ian; Jacobsen, Percy; Bovey, Colonel Wilfred
10 Jacobson, Percy; Bromwich, H.W.; Flaherty, Frank Wright, F.Gordon; Philpott, Colonel Percy J.; Herwig, J.C.G.; Morse, Eric W.; Gleave, T.B.; Giverero, Captain S.A.; Hall, Henry C.; Mackenzie, Hon. Ian; Jacobsen, Percy; Bovey, Colonel Wilfred The Legionary - The Fighting Man's Magazine, November, 1946, No. 5, Vol. XXII (22) - Andrew Charles Mynarski, V.C.
Ottawa, Canada The Canadian Legion Press, Ltd. 1946 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Tingley; Callan, Les; Coughlin, Bing; Flessel, Creig 
50 pages. Features: Silent Cities - Photo-illustrated article on Canadian military cemeteries abroad; Our Air Heroes - excerpt from play "Target for Peace" which was broadcast on the CBC; Photo of the 48th Highlanders of Canada pipe band playing in Italy; Top Priority on Homes for Heroes is Legion Demand; How the Town of Renfrew Solved its Housing Problem - article with photo; Education for Citizenship - Lieut. - Col. the Hon. Wilfred Bovey flays those who would throw away Canadian democracy for the way of the Russians; Photo and brief write-up of 93-year-old Sgt. Daniel Byrd Hoskins Power of the Ancient and Honourable Artillery Company of Boston, who explains the secret to his long life; Canada's Veterans in the U.S.A.; The Second V.C. of the R.C.A.F. - The Late Pilot Officer Andrew Charles Mynarski; Photo of Bailey Bridge inventor Sir Donald Bailey in Ottawa; Update Colonel Percy J. Philpott, Adviser to the Deputy Minister concerning Veterans of both wars; Review of book "Detour" which describes the life of Prisoners-of-war in Germany; Article on Legion Policies and Activities; Monthly notes on the great humanitarian work of the Dominion Service Bureau of the Canadian Legion; The World in Review - Part 12 - September 11 to October 10, 1946; The Small Holdings Plan; Photo of Victoria Legion's undefeated lacrosse team; Photo of the Jewish legionaires' basketball team of the Fredric Kisch Branch in Montreal; The Canadian Army at War - The Canadians in Britain, 1939-1944, 3rd part; Nice one-page cartoon-illustrated ad for Dawes Black Horse Brewery features hunter being chased by bear; Nostalgic colour ad inside back cover for Blue Top Brewing of Kitchener, Ontario features illustration and floor-plan diagram of an economical home. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. Front cover partially faded with mild undulations. Contents moderately toned with age. A sound vintage copy. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, April 1945 - The Socreds (Social Credit) Come To Town / Will We Want International Sport?, Longstreth, T.M.; Mowery, Wm. B.; Crofts, F.W.; Packer, P.J.; Carter, D.; Evans, A.R.; Roxborough, H.H.; Eustace C.J.; Sieburth, M.; Et al
11 Longstreth, T.M.; Mowery, Wm. B.; Crofts, F.W.; Packer, P.J.; Carter, D.; Evans, A.R.; Roxborough, H.H.; Eustace C.J.; Sieburth, M.; Et al National Home Monthly Magazine, April 1945 - The Socreds (Social Credit) Come To Town / Will We Want International Sport?
Winnipeg Stovel / National Home Monthly 1945 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Morant, Nicholas (cover photo); Lowthian; Platt, J.W.; Brule, Elmo; Sheldon, William; Harris, Lawrence; Lowthian; 
76 pages. Features: Colour ads for Parker Pens (Fit for a King!), and Canada Dry; What is to be Settled at San Francisco United Nations Meeting?; One-page Trans-Canada Telephone System shows smiling Canadian soldier with crutch using payphone; Editorial on Postmaster's call that mail be more carefully addressed; Great one-page ad for movie National Velvet, starring Mickey Rooney and Elizabeth Taylor; Can Science Bring Back the Dead?; A Jump to Conclusions (short story); Let's Give Away A Million Square Miles! - proposal to give away a huge chunk of the North-West Territories to the U.S. who can then finance its settlement; The Flying Tiger of Tuttle Hollow (short story); Will We Want International Sport? - photo-illustrated article on international sport and its future after WWII (with photo of Canada's Percy Williams winning the 100m at the Amsterdam Olympiad in 1938; The Affair at Saltover Priory (short story); The "So-Creds" (Social Credit) Come to Town - interview with federal party leader Solon Low with photos of him and Alberta Premier Ernest Manning; Love at Second Sight (short story); One-page Kodak ad features photo of Cpl. A. Romeike of Medicine Hat and his sister Lieut. Amy Smith of Vancouver, taken at a Canadian hospital in northwest Europe; Ventures in Victory Gardening; Classy one-page "Buy Victory Bonds" ad sponsored by Northern Electric features the Soldier's Creed and the Civilian's Creed; Photo of Joan Davis in Arrid ad; 1/3-page ad for the Canadian Ice Foundation features photo of bayonet; Preventing colds in children; Interesting centrefold ad by the National War Finance Committee describes the eight types of Canadians; Article entitled "A Letter From Home" about Canadian seamen includes photo of Leading Seaman James M. Baxter, of New Westminster, B.C. distributing mail to his mates; Photo and description of newly discovered German landmine made mostly of glass to avoid detaction; One-page ad by the Department of Veterans Affairs explains that War Veterans Insurance is now available; Jergens Lotion ad features photo of Marguerite Chapman; Nice one-page colour-illustrated Singer sewing machine ad; Colour Charlie McCarthy comic in Chase & Sanborn ad; Cooking article on the skillet; Conservation tips; Fashion illustrations; Charming colour illustration of Shirley Temple in Woodbury Powder ad; World Sayings; One-page ad by the Department of Veterans Affairs inside back cover explains government credits for education or land settlement available to returning veterans; Excellent colour back cover Coke ad features sailor in soda shop with two lovelies; and more. Unmarked with somewhat above-average wear. Lower seven inches of coverfold secured with archival tape. A worthy vintage copy. 
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New Liberty Magazine, October 4, 1947: Tipping - Million Dollar Racket, Lowney, Donald; Kelley, Thomas P.; Owen, Beverley; Coates, Christopher W.; Strouse, Dick; Lawrence, D.H.; Rosmanith, Olga L.; Marshall, Edison
12 Lowney, Donald; Kelley, Thomas P.; Owen, Beverley; Coates, Christopher W.; Strouse, Dick; Lawrence, D.H.; Rosmanith, Olga L.; Marshall, Edison New Liberty Magazine, October 4, 1947: Tipping - Million Dollar Racket
Toronto Liberty of Canada Ltd. 1947 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Haughton, Dave; McNally, Ed; Chiriacka, Ernest 
58 pages. Features: Nice color ad for Pontiac cars inside front cover; Tipping - Million Dollar Racket - interesting article with photos; 'The Lovely Lady' (fiction); Who Killed Ethel Kinrade? - Famous Canadian Crimes No. 6; 'Scared to Life' (fiction); Personality of the Week - Alexander Knox - photo illustrated article; Tiny Terror - the piranha kills for fun!; 'Blind Trail in Burma' (part 2 of 2); Job-finding tips for military veterans; 'Between Us and the Dark' - an article which gives hope to the mentally ill; Paris plays the horses again - great photo-illustrated article; Jazz King "Pops" Whiteman becomes a disc jockey - photo of him with Mel Torme; Movie Review - 'Dear Ruth'; One-page two-color ad for Canada Savings Bonds; Photos and brief write-ups o Ann Campbell and Kay Armstrong (who are building their own home), Rudolf Funke (the first German with special skill to be admitted to Canada since 1939), and Yvonne Taylor (directress of the International Cinema Theatre, Toronto); Woman of the Week - Ethel Stark; Where are They Now? - Jack Mulhall. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, December 1, 1928 *A.J. Casson Cover Art*, Multiple Contributors
13 Multiple Contributors Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, December 1, 1928 *A.J. Casson Cover Art*
Toronto The Maclean Publishing Company 1928 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Casson, A.J. (Cover Art) 
92 pages. Lovely A.J. Casson painting of a bustling winter street on front cover Features: Great vintage photo ad for the New International "Special Delivery" Truck; Cream of Wheat ad claims it keeps pupils more alert; When Men Kill for Whisky - Millionaire Carling Breweries Executive Sam Low of Walkerville, Ontario was kidnapped by Gangsters for a $35k ransom - great photo-illustrated article about rum-running between Windsor, Ontario and Detroit; Brummagen Love, by Thelma Rudge; What I Learned from Europe, by Ontario Premier G. Howard Ferguson; Ottawa-Vancouver in 32 Hours - The Stirring Story of Canada's First Transcontinental Air Mail Flight - with photos; The Mystery of Number Nine, by Leslie McFarlane - Part 1; Louis Letourneau, Leo Dandurand and Joe Cattarinich - a colorful description of the adventures and achievements of The Three Musketeers of Modern Sport; Canada's Pictorial War Records - Adequate Housing Required, by W.W. Murray; Lights in the Windows, by Lillian Beynon Thomas; Full-colour colour reproduction of painting "Canada's Answer" by Norman Wilkinson, R.I.; The Work Cure - Vetcraft has brought health, happiness and economic being to hundreds of veterans; By Especial Corespondent, by Geoffrey Hewelcke; The Devil Guards His Own, by Victor Lauriston; Amazing photo of Malahat Drive on Vancouver Island - not much more than a couple of ruts through the forest; Nice ad for the De Soto Six, by Chrysler; "New York Now Huge Negro City - Black Invasion of Harlem"; Art Deco-style ad for the New Frigidaire refrigerator; Science Teaching Weather Control - Man has made enormous progress in combat with nature; Fantastic colour full-page ad for Packard cars; Great colour full-page ad for Wahl-Eversharp Pens, Pencils, Desk Sets; Wonderful full-page ad for Erector Set toys; Color ad for Chipso Laundry Soap; *Magnificent* Colour Centerfold ad for Parker Duofold Pens, Pencils and Duettes; Great full-page colour ad for Westclox Clocks; Ad for Mueller Faucets of Sarnia, Ontario; "Let the Laundry Do It" - a two-colour ad encouraging readers to let laundries clean their clothes; Nice Hupmobile Ad for their Century Six and Eight; Colour photo ad for Kodak cameras; Lovely colour full-page ad for Moirs Chocolates; Article about collector Walter McRaye; Buses Hurt British Railways - with photo of their first auto Pullman which allows passengers to sleep on the bus; The Road to Perth - short history article by Donald McNicol; Ad for the T-N Toilet which promises to 'banish embarrassment' because it is quiet; Colour ad for Swift's Premium Hams and Bacon; Two-Colour full-page Christmas-themed ad for Eveready flashlights and batteries; Home-Made Christmas Gifts; Short write-up and photo of Elizabeth Styring Nutt; Rug Magic, by Mary Agnes Pease; Stewart Warner radio ad; Business Article - "Adventuring in Speculation is Highly Specialized Business"; Colour ad fo Sun-Maid Puffed seeded Muscat Raisins inside back cover. Average wear to textblock. Crossword completed on page 83 otherwise unmarked. Chips and openings along cover fold. Covers loose as one but present. Back cover in rough shape. Particularly wonderful content to go with the excellent front cover artwork. 
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Maclean's Magazine - February 15, 1958, Multiple Contributors
14 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine - February 15, 1958
Canada Maclean Hunter 1958 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
64 pages. Articles: A noted doctor talks about alcohol and tranquilizers; An album of amateur art; Canadian Theatre's Fiery Godmother - Dora Mavor Moore; Canada's last great train robbery - CPR No. 63; How Doug Harvey Loafed his way to Fame (Hockey); Around the World in 80 days... the hard way; How the Veterans are Fighting the Peace. Nice colour ads for: the 1958 Chrysler; General Electric 'Filter-Flo' Automatic Clothes Washer; Matinee Cigarettes; Oldsmobile Auto; '58 Dodge Auto; O'Keefe Ales. Average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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Newsweek Magazine, August 7, 1950 - Cover Photo of GIs in Korea, Multiple Contributors
15 Multiple Contributors Newsweek Magazine, August 7, 1950 - Cover Photo of GIs in Korea
Dayton, Ohio, USA Weekly Publications, Inc. 1950 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
80 pages. Contents: The Korean War: New Troops Bolster Battered GI's; The Sea War: British Coastal Patrol; Bright Spots in the Korean Picture (by General Carl Spaatz); Cartography of Aggression: How Reds Could Strike in Asian Hot Spots, the Middle East and Europe (inc. maps); 'Hell Country': Of Mud, Muck, and Human Excrement Where Raw Troops Become Tough Veterans Overnight; The Reds: How They Do It; The Allies: Men for (Gen. Douglas) MacArthur; The Great Results of Korea; Mobilization: Maybe Muddling, but We're Moving; The Congress: Tangled Motives - and Plans; The Presidency: All in a Day's Work; Espionage: Friends of Harry Gold; Supplies: The Build-up Battle; Crime: The Mad Butcher; Taxes: More - But How Much?; Racial: A Stay for Willie (McGee); Manpower: Men (and Women) Wanted; Significance - How Korea Has Changed the World Picture; Britain: Defense Stirrings; Belgium: Rioting Over Leopold (III); Medicine: Britons OK Health Plan Despite Beefs; Science: Dark Beacon to Cleanliness; Economy: What Controls? And How Far to Go?; Aircraft: War Output Takes Time; Aluminum: Less Pans, More Planes; War Measures - Or Hysteria?; Religion: 'To Seek for All Men...'; Sports: Passing of an Unlicensed Hero - Big Bill Lange; and Perspective: What Are We Fighting For? Full page colour vintage print advertising including The General Tire, Studebaker Trucks, and Ford Trucks. Monsanto ad on back cover. Binding intact. Small mailing label bottom right front cover. Handwritten notation on front cover under date. Contents clean and unmarked. Average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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Newsweek Magazine, July 25, 1938 - Cover Photo of Trotter at Goshen, New York, Multiple Contributors
16 Multiple Contributors Newsweek Magazine, July 25, 1938 - Cover Photo of Trotter at Goshen, New York
Dayton, Ohio, USA Weekly Publications, Inc. 1938 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
40 pages. Contents: Roosevelt Tour Widens Rift With Old-Line Democrats: But Phantom Purge Ends as a Mere Good-Will Pilgrimage Before He Takes to Sea; (James) Farley Tells All: Reveals Inside Story of Roosevelt Nomination; Oklahoma Circus: "Sooners" Rename (Elmer) Thomas in Free-for-All Campaign; WPA (Works Progress Administration) at the Polls; 'Flour, Not Pork': Texas Hillbilly (W. Lee O'Daniel) Carries on Traditions of Huey Long; 40 Million a Month: Old-Age Assistance Program Now Adopted in All States; Wage-Hour Czar: New Yorker (E.F. Andrews) Appointed Administrator of New Act; Binding the Ties of Democracy: Paris Hails British Monarch - King George (VI)'s Adherence to Course Set by His Father Pleases All Britain; Danger in August: Nazis' Demands on Prague Stir Fears of New Crisis; The Duce (Benito Mussolini) as Nordic: All Italians (Except Jews) 'Aryan and Heroic' He Says; Help for Refugees; Deserters of Geneva: Venezuela Joins Flight from Crumbling League (of Nations); China's Lives: Japanese Pin Hopes on Inland Naval Offense; The Search for Security: 5,000 Debate World Problems at Charlottesville; Greyhound at Goshen: Harness Veterans Polish Up for Hambletonian; Catholics Open Drive to Clear up Misconceptions of Church's Policies; Swallows vs. Mosquitoes: Rome Hopes Birds Will Make Pontine Marshes Livable; Boom in Child Stars: Shirley Temple Still Leads in Box Office Lure; Cameramen Take Up Polo: Free Press Crew Challenges World on Rented Ponies; World Pins Hope of Recovery on U.S. Business Leadership: League of Nations Experts See Economic Problems Easier to Solve Than in 1929; AAA (Agricultural Adjustment Administration) Dilemma: Tobogganing Prices Spread Discontent in Wheat Bowl; U.S. Deficit Rises to $3,984,887,000; Weirton Fireworks: Ouster of Defense Counsel Halts Long NLRB (National Labor Relations Board) Hearing; and Perspective: Why the Purge Petered Out. Binding intact. Contents clean and unmarked. Average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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Pathfinder Magazine - A Weekly Digest of World Affairs From the Nation's Capital, May 2, 1936 - Rising Cost of Living Raises New Problems / Amelia Earhart, Multiple Contributors
17 Multiple Contributors Pathfinder Magazine - A Weekly Digest of World Affairs From the Nation's Capital, May 2, 1936 - Rising Cost of Living Raises New Problems / Amelia Earhart
USA The Pathfinder Publishing Co. 1936 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
24 pages. Contents: Rising Cost of Living Raises New Problems; Pan-American Conference; Bonus Payments to be mailed to veterans; Attention to defenses; Foreign News - Hitler's 47th birthday, illustration of Gen. Werner Von Blomberg; African War Nears End - Ethiopia in Future to be Italianized; Current Events; Photo of Amelia Earhart who will operate 'flying laboratory' for Purdue University; Illustration of Elliott Roosevelt who comments on his father's health; Congress; Gov. Louis J. Brann; Marketing; Capital Chat - with photo of house at 516 10th St. where Lincoln died; Science News; Aviation - tragic crash of transcontinental airliner in Pennsylvania gives greater significance to new altimeter from Ralph Lucas of Albany; National News; Despite Repeated Financial Losses, World Fairs Go On - New York Next; Snappy slogans of former campaigns; Vintage ads; and more. Average wear. Yellowed with age. A sound vintage copy. 
Price: 99.95 USD
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Sport Aviation Magazine - December 1996, Multiple Contributors
18 Multiple Contributors Sport Aviation Magazine - December 1996
USA EAA 1996 First Edition Paperback Very Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
144 pages. Features: Danny Summers' Avenger; Oshkosh '96; 300 knots in a homebuilt!; Brent Regan's Lancair; Voyager Revisited; Remembering Korean and Vietnamese Veterans; Comp Air 6; L-19 Bird Dog; Sportplane Builder; YL-14. Light wear. Sound copy. 
Price: 49.95 USD
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The American Legion Magazine, August 1946, Vol. 40, No. 8, Multiple Contributors
19 Multiple Contributors The American Legion Magazine, August 1946, Vol. 40, No. 8
Chicago The American Legion 1946 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
52 pages. Target San Francisco - the charms and pitfalls of the city of the next American Legion convention; Take Two and Hit to Right, by Duane Decker; Fringe of the Iron Curtain, by William Henry Chamberlin; Skeet is Back in Civvies - The Clay Target Brotherhood; Nice color ad for Ford cars and their 100 HP engine - illustration features red Ford passing Canadian Mounties; Color Greyhound bus ad features California redwood; Hash and Salad forever, by Jack Cluett; No Love Allowed, by Eddie Forester; Ben Hogan Reconverts - Golfer Ben Hogan served in the Army Air Force for approximately three years - now he is finding his golf game again; Police Jobs for Veterans; But We Expected You at Dakar, by Frederic Sondern Jr. and Donald Q. Coster; Taking Care of Vets Still our No. 1 Job, by John Stelle, National Commander; Nice colour ad for Hiram Walker's Imperial whiskey; Nice colour ad for Blatz beer; Color Seagram's ad inside back cover; Great color-photo ad for Camel cigarettes on back cover features emergency doctor and claims "More Doctors Smoke Camels Than Any Other Cigarette". Many additional nice vintage ads. Average wear. Address label on front cover. A sound copy of this interesting vintage issue. 
Price: 149.95 USD
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The Saturday Evening Post Magazine, November 5, 1955 - Featuring Arthur Godfrey Autobiography, Multiple Contributors
20 Multiple Contributors The Saturday Evening Post Magazine, November 5, 1955 - Featuring Arthur Godfrey Autobiography
USA Curtis 1955 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Hughes, George 
160 pages. Features: John Falter cover illustration; Nice color photo ad for the 1956 Mercury autos; Fantastic 2-page color ad for the 1956 Buick; Colour photo ad for RCA Victor televisions; Aurthur Godfrey - This is my Story - part 1 of 8 - lots of great photos; That Susceptible Age, by Robert Terrall; Bangkok - article and great color photos; Madman's Chain, by Gilbert Wright; Coach on the Spot - Bowden Wyatt is lured to Tennessee from Arkansas; We Licked the Veteran Problem - military veterans are concerned their pensions may be cut; The Mayor and Miss Casey, by Nord Riley; Those Half-Pint A-Bombers - jet pilots are proving it doesn't take a big, fat plane to delivery the Sunday Punch; One Night Together, by Jean Bell Mosley; Big Back Yard - large colour photo of goat ranchers in Texas; So You're Selling Your House! - how an exhuasted houseowner spent 78 frustrating days and sleepless nights disposing of his middleaged bungalow; Death in the Wind, by Edwin Lanham; Big Power Plant in the Sky - the possibilities of tapping solar energy; Adventures of Slippery Leo - Leo Irby - Escapologist; He was part of this land - Mitchell Stuart of W-Hollow, Kentucky, by his son, Jesse Stuart; Sensational 3-page color ad for Cadillac for 1956; The Golden Journey, by Agnes Sligh Turnbull; Nice color photo 2-page ad for 1956 Plymouth, with all new push-button driving; Two-page ad for Ford Trucks; Lovely 2-page colour photo ad for Philco televisions - with remote control!; Nice 1-page color ad for Sealtest ice cream; 2-page color '56 Pontiac ad; Crosley Custom V television ad; Color ad for Zenith televisions; Color ad for Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Italian-style Ravioli; Nice color 1-page ad for Karo waffle syrup; Color Betty Crocker ad on back cover. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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