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Current Affairs, Number 53: Scotland.  October (Oct.) 9th, 1943, (British) Army Bureau of Current Affairs; Blake, George
1 (British) Army Bureau of Current Affairs; Blake, George Current Affairs, Number 53: Scotland. October (Oct.) 9th, 1943
Canada (British) Army Bureau of Current Affairs / Government of Canada 1943 Reprint Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
16 pages. "Not to be Published - the information given in this publication is not to be communicated, either directly, to the Press or to any person not holding an official position in His Majesty's Forces." - from front cover. Reprinted in Canada, October, 1943. Contents: Why learn about Scotland?; Scottish Quiz; "Here's Tae Us! - What's Like Us?"; Information about Scotland; The Scottish set-up today; The Scottish Achievement; Scotland and the Future. Unmarked with moderate wear. A sound copy. 
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Current Affairs, Number 31: Taking Stock, November (Nov.) 21st 1942, (British) Army Bureau of Current Affairs; Williams, W.E.
2 (British) Army Bureau of Current Affairs; Williams, W.E. Current Affairs, Number 31: Taking Stock, November (Nov.) 21st 1942
Canada (British) Army Bureau of Current Affairs / Government of Canada 1942 Reprint Paperback Very Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
12 + iv pages. "Not to be Published - the information given in this publication is not to be communicated, either directly, to the Press or to any person not holding an official position in His Majesty's Forces." - from front cover. Reprinted in Canada, November, 1942. Contents: A temperate assessment of the African victories; A reiteration of why the United Nations are in arms against the Axis; A series of reflections, mostly cautionary, upon the post-war prospects of thee average soldier. Centerfold map of North Africa, Southern Europe and most of the Middle East. Unmarked with light wear. A quality copy. 
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The Dearborn Independent, Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, April (Apr.) 3, 1926 - Will Palestine Ever Pay Its Board?, Aaron, S.F.; Johns, E.B.; Thompson, Huston; Perry, Armstrong; Barron, C.W.; Barton, William E.; MacConnell, Duncan; Finger, Charles J.; Aschemeier, C.R.; Robinson, Alan M.
3 Aaron, S.F.; Johns, E.B.; Thompson, Huston; Perry, Armstrong; Barron, C.W.; Barton, William E.; MacConnell, Duncan; Finger, Charles J.; Aschemeier, C.R.; Robinson, Alan M. The Dearborn Independent, Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, April (Apr.) 3, 1926 - Will Palestine Ever Pay Its Board?
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1926 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Clarke, W.W.; Graham, J.C.; Honore, Paul 
32 pages. Features: The Killers' Struggle to Exist - all animals wage unending war for mere right to live; Legislating in Secret Session - Budget Officer Rules United States and is not Answerable to the People - New Method of Neutralizing Congressional Government; Why (Woodrow) Wilson Disliked Reporters (part 2) - distaste for publicity developed into aversion for newspapermen through their boorish blunders; The Fallacies of Philanthropy - There are some glaring inconsistencies in organized charity - Is there a remedy?; Galli-Curci Swayed by Swedish Music - Prima Donna gives a wonderful interpretation of the writings of Emanuel Swedenborg; Mr. (Henry) Ford's Page; Editorial criticizes lax enforcement of prohibition law and includes list of names of people recently indicted, including Benjamin Gleeman, Harry Gelman, Morris Roisner, Nathan Bader, Samuel, Harris, Abe Ginsberg, Benjamin Weiss, Leon Gleckman, Harry Bernstein, Benjamin Gersonstein, Albert Haimowitz, James Silberstein, and more; Rev. John Roach Straton is heckled during his sermon criticizing actresses; Satirical piece entitled "No - Don't Let Them See It (the Bible)"; M. Pietri of the Finance Commission of the French Chamber claims Great Britain is in debt to France after WWI; Criticism of Mussolini who has confiscated the home of a journalist critical of him - in New York; Will Palestine Ever Pay Its Board? - fascinating photo-illustrated article on this land which 'For thirty years before the War, Baron Rothschild had diligently sought to encourage Jewish immigration'; Washington Irving's London Has Gone - the glamour of his descriptions persist, though the landmarks have vanished; The Voyage of the Victoria - Light on the Dark Ages (first of a series); Where the Buffalo Survives - Ravalli, Montana; The Gorilla at Home - This Anthropoid, usually very peaceable, is much maligned; Uncle Sam Smashes Dishes to Study Them - testing proves American dishes and glassware to be the best; Hong Kong brings in very stiff penalties for importing firearms; Dinshah P. Ghadiali appeals his conviction related to his scheme for curing all ills through 'attuned color waves'; Manipulating the King's English - brevity and lucidity are our best word-soldiers when there is a dress parade; Kodiak legend of Shliam Shoa; Piano Sheet music and dance information for song "The Ripple". Average wear. Center page loose but present. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Maclean's Magazine, July 5, 1958, Allen, Ralph
4 Allen, Ralph Maclean's Magazine, July 5, 1958
Canada Maclean Hunter 1958 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Front cover missing. Centrefold loose but present. Articles include: The Pipeline Uproar; Holiday week end in Vancouver; The Biggest Country Club in Canada; The Man Who Stayed Invisible for 13 Years; How to Get the Most out of Summer; Johny Longden Tells His Own Story - Part IV; Why I Hate Doctors by Hugh Garner. Average wear. Unmarked. Nice full-page colour ads for BA Gas, Coke, Caterpillar, Kodak, Labatt's Pilsener, Confederation Life. Average wear. (Please inquire about a copy complete with front cover which may be available for a higher price) 
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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, September (Sept.) 23, 1961 - Tom Dooley's Left-Hand Man, Dr. Ronald Wintrob / Conscription / Curbing Sex Crimes Before They Happen, Atlee, Dr. Harold Benge; Breslin, Cathie; Smily, Powell; Allen, R.; Grant, T.; Russell, F.; Allen, R.T.
5 Atlee, Dr. Harold Benge; Breslin, Cathie; Smily, Powell; Allen, R.; Grant, T.; Russell, F.; Allen, R.T. Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, September (Sept.) 23, 1961 - Tom Dooley's Left-Hand Man, Dr. Ronald Wintrob / Conscription / Curbing Sex Crimes Before They Happen
Canada Maclean Hunter 1961 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
78 pages. Features: One-page Toronto-Dominion Bank ad features large portrait of Mme. Marie Curie; One-page Craven "A" cigarette ad features photo of bare-shouldered sultry blonde; One-page colour photo ad for General Motors buses; Why Surgeons Operate - a doctor explains the subtle forces impelling his colleagues to reach for the scalpel - whether or not the patient needs it; Dr. Ronald Wintrob - photo-illustrated article of his medical adventure in the far east with Tom Dooley, MEDICO, jungle disease in Laos, and guerrilla war; Trade Secrets of a Professional Fund Raiser; Italian Gardens, in Toronto's northern suburbs - photo-illustrated article; Conscription - the bone in Canada's throat has choked off national unity twice in the 20th century; Photos of canoe racing in Mooney's Bay, near Ottawa; Clinic to Curb Sex Crimes Before They Happen; Glossy colour four-page centrefold insert advertises Algoma Steel's continued expansion; The Brave New Transistorized (Radio) World; Two-page colour ad for Remington Rand typewriters; Nice colour one-page Labatt's 50 ad features sailing scene; Pretty model in Pitney-Bowes postage meter colour-photo ad; Brief anecdote entitled "The army 'plot' that soaked Mackenzie King'; Colour-photo ad for IBM's Executary; What red scientist Dr. Mikhail Klotchko didn't know about our science; Eskimo Co-ops; The (federal) Tory Future Looks Bright; Nice Labatt's Pilsener beer colour-photo ad inside back cover features magician and his beautiful assistant; Back cover colour-photo Coke ad suggests a lemon garnish; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Baldwin Locomotives, October 1931, Author Not Stated
6 Author Not Stated Baldwin Locomotives, October 1931
Philadelphia, PA The Baldwin Locomotive Works (BLW) 1931 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
80 pages. Features: Motive Power Progress on the Chicago and North Western - very lengthy article with dozens of wonderful photos; Arthur Latham Church - obituary with photo portrait; Testing Railway Motor Cars - detailed article with many photos; The First Steam Railroad in the State of New Jersey - The Camden & Amboy Railroad and Transportation Company; The Manufacturer's Railway Company of St. Louis; The Railways of New South Wales - long article with many excellent photos; A Roundhouse Pit Crane; Extending the Electric Truck Range - Jaw-dropping article on the state of electric delivery trucks way back in 1931... including the following comment "The electric street truck has been with us for such a long time that many truck users feel they know it and know all about it."... (so why don't we have them now???); Baldwin Locomotives of Historic Interest; The Redwood Empire Special - the greatest single rail shipment of lumber in the history of the west - 117 cars with more than 3,000,000 feet of lumber - with photos; Fourteen pages of excellent photo ads. Average wear. Binding intact. Prior owner's small namestamp atop table of contents. A sound copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
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Collier's - The National Weekly Magazine, April 23, 1949 - The Dionne Quints, Bankhead, Tallulah; Graziano, Rocky; Bernstein, Walter; Lehman, Milton; Carlisle, Madelyn and Norman; Munro, Keith; Davidson, Bill; Grubb; Dave; Coons, Hannibal; Lull, Roderick; Horwitt, Arnold B.; Beauchamp, D.D.; Yerby, Frank
7 Bankhead, Tallulah; Graziano, Rocky; Bernstein, Walter; Lehman, Milton; Carlisle, Madelyn and Norman; Munro, Keith; Davidson, Bill; Grubb; Dave; Coons, Hannibal; Lull, Roderick; Horwitt, Arnold B.; Beauchamp, D.D.; Yerby, Frank Collier's - The National Weekly Magazine, April 23, 1949 - The Dionne Quints
Springfield, Ohio Crowell-Collier Publishing Company 1949 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Conner, Mac; Willis, Fritz; Keagle, Robert T.; Brackett, Ward; Irvin, Fred; Cowan, Jack; Oehmen, Len 
94 pages Features: My Friend Ethel Barrymore; Trouble is My Middle Name - Rocky Graziano Story (part 3 of 3); Why You Haven't got a House; Thrill Pills Can Ruin You - Barbituates; The Strange Case of the Dionne Quints - article with great photos of the 15-year-old girls; Fox of the Indies - Matthew Fox on the prowl in Indonesia. Fiction: The Lollipop Tree; Arabella and the Susquehanna; A Wife Walks Out; For Every Man There's a Woman; The Rain Maker; Pride's Castle (part 6 of 8). Includes these ads: a great colour one-page ad for Zenith radios, Packard cars, RCA Victor radios, Ford cars, Oldsmobile cars, Chesterfield cigarettes - two-page color photo ad featuring Lou Boudreau, Ben Hogan, Joe Di Maggio, Jack Kramer and Frankie Albert, Hudson cars, Santa Fe Railroad, The Douglas Super DC-3, Monarch Coffee, and a back cover colour photo ad for Camel cigarettes featuring pool players Willie Mosconi and Willie Hoppe. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Pictorial Weekly Magazine, February 25, 1928, No. 1,499, Vol. CXVI: The Saddest Woman in the World - Marie of Russia / Woodbine Willie, Barber, Richard; Wass, E.J.; Cotroni, Muriel; Kennedy, G.A. Studdert (Woodbine Willie); Howard, F. Morton; Hope, W.E. Stanton Wallace, Edgar; Wilkinson, T.W.
8 Barber, Richard; Wass, E.J.; Cotroni, Muriel; Kennedy, G.A. Studdert (Woodbine Willie); Howard, F. Morton; Hope, W.E. Stanton Wallace, Edgar; Wilkinson, T.W. Pictorial Weekly Magazine, February 25, 1928, No. 1,499, Vol. CXVI: The Saddest Woman in the World - Marie of Russia / Woodbine Willie
London Amalgamated Press, Ltd. 1928 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Pages 41-80. Features: The Saddest Woman in the World - Marie of Russia - article with photos; Buried Treasure - a complete story; Photo tips of what not to do with your Gramphone; Most People Have a Double - but is sometimes means trouble - article with photos; Does Marriage Mean Going ThroughThe Mill? - a story that answers the problem; Lovers or Friends? - Woodbine Willie discusses the truth about companionship between the sexes; Wit of the Week; Open That Window! - and help yourself to health; "Stop & Look" pictures include Copenhagen church in the shape of an organ; Why George Tupper wished his wife many unhappy returns (fiction); In a Floating "Hell" - horses break loose aboard a storm-tossed ship enroute to Russia from Canada; Angel Esquire (continued); The Story of the Birmingham Municipal Bank; and more. Staples disintegrated. Above-average but not excessive wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Home Notes Magazine, August 31, 1935, No. 2171, Vol CLXVII - Nova Pilbeam Feature, Barnby, Muriel; Gordon, Janet; James, Nina; Black, Hermina;
9 Barnby, Muriel; Gordon, Janet; James, Nina; Black, Hermina; Home Notes Magazine, August 31, 1935, No. 2171, Vol CLXVII - Nova Pilbeam Feature
London C. Arthur Pearson, Ltd. 1935 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Pages 401-444. Features: Home Notes Between Friends; Cute Ovaltine ad inside front cover features babies in conversation, "Teething Topics No. 9"; Easy Virtue; Third Party Risk; Photo-illustrated article on Nova Pilbeam; Why Worry?; Asks Claude F. Luke; Tea Shop for Two - how to run a tea-room and home-made cake shop and make it pay! - photo-illustrated article by Nina James; Runaway from Romance; One-page ad for John West's Middle-cut Salmon; Nice colour centrefold fashion (dress) illustrations; Vintage half-page ad for Aylmer Tomato Catsup from Canada; Article on the difficulties of teething little ones; Jolly Jumbo's Fun Page; and more. Above-average wear. Unmarked. Covers present but free of staples. A worthy vintage copy of this charming publication. 
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The New Liberty Magazine, July 12, 1947 - Profile of Dr. Harold Taylor, Bbarker, Steve; Barker, Linda; Welch, A.; Owen, B.; Wilson, E.; Callan, J.; Dressen, E.; McClusky, T.; Clapp Jr,, C.; Harrington, J.; reeve, A.; Westcott, J.
10 Bbarker, Steve; Barker, Linda; Welch, A.; Owen, B.; Wilson, E.; Callan, J.; Dressen, E.; McClusky, T.; Clapp Jr,, C.; Harrington, J.; reeve, A.; Westcott, J. The New Liberty Magazine, July 12, 1947 - Profile of Dr. Harold Taylor
Toronto Liberty of Canada Limited 1947 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Kalin, Victor; Nourbel, Jay; Lockhart; Hanes, J.M. (ad Inside Front cover) 
50 pages. Features: Should Husbands and Wives Take Separate Holidays?; New Hope for High Blood Pressure - the Rice Diet; Dr. Harold Taylor - photo-illustrated article on the young President of Sarah Lawrence College; Little Audrey - great photo-illustrated article on actress Audrey Totter; Do You Want to Run a Resort?; Rides That Thrill - and Sometimes Kill - a look at amusement park rides; Movie reviews - including 11 photos; Dinah Shore's favourite laugh; Why a Golf Ball has Dimples. Stories: Forty Words; Animal Crackers for Breakfast. Condensed Book: The Border Lord (part 2 of 2). Ads: Colour Carling's ad insdie front cover urges forest fire prevention; Nice photo ad for movie 'Dear Ruth'; Lysol - for feminine hygeine(?); Colgate dental cream; Vaseline Hair Tonic; Johnson Sea-Horse Outboard Motors; O'Keefe's colour ad on back cover features map of Alberta. Unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A sound and pleasing vintage copy. 
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Collier's Magazine, August 24, 1946 - The Roosevelt I Knew, Bender, John; Potts, Jean; Lanham, Edwin; Blassingame, Wyatt; Ross, Leonard Q.; Martin, A.E.; Perkins, Frances; Eden, Anthony; McConnaughey, James; Irwin, Elizabeth; Paris, Leonard; Williams, Gurney; Worden, Helen; Bartlett, Arthur; De Zayas, George
11 Bender, John; Potts, Jean; Lanham, Edwin; Blassingame, Wyatt; Ross, Leonard Q.; Martin, A.E.; Perkins, Frances; Eden, Anthony; McConnaughey, James; Irwin, Elizabeth; Paris, Leonard; Williams, Gurney; Worden, Helen; Bartlett, Arthur; De Zayas, George Collier's Magazine, August 24, 1946 - The Roosevelt I Knew
USA Crowell-Collier 1946 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio de Dienes, Andre; Forsberg, Howard; Sawyers, Martha; Knop-Pix, HansBeckhoff, Harry; Gillen, Denver; Bischoff, H.E.; Berman, Sam; Pike, John 
82 pages. Fiction: Leader of the Band; The Other Woman; The Senator was Indiscreet; The Reformer; Sleep, My Love; Callaghan's Miracle. Articles: The Roosevelt I Knew (part 1); No War with Russia; Just Swing the Club Head - Golf Pro Ernest Jones; Why Teachers Quit School; Bermuda - Tourist Paradise; Dowager Queen - Mrs. Twombly; Everyone catches a fish at this lake near Azusa, CA; Color photo aboard a luxuriously appointed C-47 (DC-3) designed by Raymond Loewy; One Year After V-J Day. Ads include: Eveready Batteries; Philco record players; Santa Fe Railroad; *Fantastic* Wurlitzer Juke Box ad "Nickel's worth of fun - fishermen have lunch"; "Crack-Up" movie; Good Year tire centerfold; Frigidaire fridges; Waltham watches; Old Mr. Boston Liquor; Kodak film; Squirt Soda; "The Killers" movie starring Ava Gardner; Aeronca airplanes; Nice Jeep ad inside back cover; Lucky Strike ad on back cover. Unmarked. Moderate wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, October (Oct) 2, 1926 -  Booth Tarkington Talks, Benson, Allan L.; Whiting, May B.; HAle, William J.; Barton, William E.; Howe, J. Olin; Budd, Ralph W.; Karpinski, Louis C.; Hawthorne, Julian; Aaron, S.F.; Finger, Charles J.
12 Benson, Allan L.; Whiting, May B.; HAle, William J.; Barton, William E.; Howe, J. Olin; Budd, Ralph W.; Karpinski, Louis C.; Hawthorne, Julian; Aaron, S.F.; Finger, Charles J. The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, October (Oct) 2, 1926 - Booth Tarkington Talks
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1926 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Bennett, R.O.; Broecker, Richard; Clarke, W.W.; Van Der Heyden, Gerald; Honore, Paul 
32 pages. Features: Nice two-color illustrated Firestone ad inside front cover features mother and children; Why Half the People Do not Vote - An Explanation; Booth Tarkington Talks of Many Things; Farming Must Become a Chemical Industry - development of co-products will solve present agricultural problem; Abraham Lincoln's Lost Speech; The Use of Great Names in 'Blue Sky' Swindles; Ye Knife - Ye Forke - Ye Spoone - a brief history of those noble tools; Henry Ford's Page - money, a national commodity, has been made a private concession; Editorial - news from Russia that the only Jew remaining in a position of importance is Litvinov as the Communist Party threatens to become anti-Semitic after the death of M. Djerjinski; The Harvard of Our Forefathers; The Ebb and Flow of Winged Waves - bird article; The Voyage of the Victoria (part 12) - When Pirates Ruled; Chats with Office Callers - ; Can You Tell Me?; I Read in the Papers - M. Loewenstein Makes an Offer, That Monkey Opera in Budapest, Chess Comes from India; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, November 24, 1956 - Priceless William Notman Canadian Photo Collection / Zeckendorf's Plans for Four Canadian Cities / How Percy Williams Swept the Olympic Sprints, Berton, Pierre; Newman, Peter C.; Fraser, Blair; Porter, McKenzie; Gardner, Ray; Collins, Robert; Cummings, Parke; Heiney, Donald; Hewitt, Foster; Tumpane, Frank; et al
13 Berton, Pierre; Newman, Peter C.; Fraser, Blair; Porter, McKenzie; Gardner, Ray; Collins, Robert; Cummings, Parke; Heiney, Donald; Hewitt, Foster; Tumpane, Frank; et al Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, November 24, 1956 - Priceless William Notman Canadian Photo Collection / Zeckendorf's Plans for Four Canadian Cities / How Percy Williams Swept the Olympic Sprints
Canada Maclean-Hunter 1956 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Notman, William; Dallison, Ken; Simpkins; 
96 pages. Features: Frank Tumpane's views on book censorship; Nice one-page Canadair ad; Bill Zeckendorf's Big Real Estate Development Plans for Canada - article with great photos; Nice two-page color ad for the 1957 Plymouth; William Notman's irreplacable collection of half a million portraits and views - twelve pages of sample photos with captions; Why the Conservatives are swinging to Diefenbaker; The Junior League - exclusive women's service club; How Percy Williams Swect the Olympic Sprints - fantastic photos and flashback article to Canada's 1928 track sensation; Central Canada's wild rice - the weed that gourmets go for; Cinci beer ad; Philips TV ad - one page in color; Jasper cartoon; Fantastic colour centerfold ad for the 1957 Dodge - featuring a red two-door Mayfair; Marconi TV ad; Nice one-page two-color ad for Chevrolet trucks on the Alcan Highway; Foster Hewitt's most memorable meal; Ballerina Melissa Hayden is featured in a Canadian Wine Institute ad; Attractive photo ad for Warner's Corselettes; Nice color ad for 1957 Studebaker cars; Nice colour-photo Coke ad on back cover features two ladies lunching at soda counter. Above-average wear. Binding intact. Some dampstains. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Good Housekeeping - The Magazine American Lives By, March (Mar.) 1951 - Crescent City, California, Best & Hillyer; Madge Mahan; Val Teal; Elva Williams; Rachel MacKenzie; Lorna Slocombe; Evelyn Eaton; Alice G. Craft; Fredda D. Balling; Virginia Patterson; Emerson Starr
14 Best & Hillyer; Madge Mahan; Val Teal; Elva Williams; Rachel MacKenzie; Lorna Slocombe; Evelyn Eaton; Alice G. Craft; Fredda D. Balling; Virginia Patterson; Emerson Starr Good Housekeeping - The Magazine American Lives By, March (Mar.) 1951 - Crescent City, California
New York Hearst Magazines, Inc. 1951 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Ross, Alex (cover); Crockwell, Douglas; Frederick Smith; John McClelland; Mac Conner; Robert Patterson; Margret and H.A. Rey; 
318 pages. Features: Town of the Month - Crescent City, California; Woodbury ad features wedding photos of Pat Burrage and Bob Young; Lovely color Camay ad features Mrs. Jules Alexander, the former Jean Pugsley of Rochester, NY; Color Fig Newtons ad; Assignment in Hollywood; Kidney Infection; Nice photo ad for Warner's foundations and bras; Great two-page color ad for Kelvinator ranges; Nice color Prell ad features photo of redhead; Canada tourism ad; Lux color ad features Linda Darnell; Lovely Ivory Soap color ad features Sue Jenks; Tomorrow and Tomorrow - story by Val Teal; The New Laws of Canasta; The Big Dream - story by Elva Williams; Pattern - story by Rachel MacKenzie; The case for Privacy; A New Boss Every Hour; Revenge - story by Alice G. Craft; The Meeker Sex; My Mother-In-Law Stayed Four Years; Gorgeous color and black and white fashion photos; Lovely photos of children in Easter fashions; Curious George comic in Zozo ad; Color Tide ad mentions Mrs. Jean Riche of Dallas, Texas; Why children quite taking lessons; Photo of Mrs. David Anthony Drexel in Pond's ad; Gloria Swanson photo in Jergens ad; Little Lulu in Kleenex ad; Colour Duz detergent ad; Color ad for the (green) 1951 Chevrolet; Color Avon ad features Mrs. Gary Cooper with her rep., Mrs. Billie Sussman; Satina ad features photo of Mrs. David Johnson of Studio City, California; Photos of Ginger Rogers in Jergens ad; Star-Kist ad features photo of Dan Dailey, star of movie "Call Me Mister"; Color Raytheon TV ad; Nice color ad for 1951 Dodge cars features Betty Hutton; Color ad for film "September Affair"; Many nice fashion ads; and much, much more. Average wear. A worthy vintage copy of this charming issue. 
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Good Housekeeping - The Magazine America Lives By, September (Sept.) 1951 - Plymouth, Massachusetts, Best & Hillyer; R. Harbert; E.A. Cadiz; J. Colton; B.J. Chute; R. Franken; E.G. Patterson; H. Pratt; E. Starr; et al
15 Best & Hillyer; R. Harbert; E.A. Cadiz; J. Colton; B.J. Chute; R. Franken; E.G. Patterson; H. Pratt; E. Starr; et al Good Housekeeping - The Magazine America Lives By, September (Sept.) 1951 - Plymouth, Massachusetts
New York Hearst Magazines, Inc. 1951 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Ross, Alex (cover); Milton Wolsky; Joe DeMers; Coby Whitmore; Hans Van Nes; Bernard Lamotte; Leslie Saalburg; William Pahlmann; Joe Martin; Jan Balet; Alex Ross; Riccardo Magni; Fredric Varady; Margret and H.A. Rey; Helen Carlton; Robert Frank; 
326 pages. Features: Nice color-photo ad for Kelvinator ranges inside front cover; Listerine ad shows two young men eyeing young lovely floating alone on water mattress; Town of the Month - Plymouth, Massachusetts; Nice color Camay sopa ad features beautiful Mrs. Cornelius Lorenzen, Jr., the former Barbara Jean Shaw of New Jersey; Assignment in Hollywood; Nice photo ad for Warner's 3-way-sized bras and foundations; Color Lux ad features Joan Caulfield; Two-page color-photo ad for Indian Head Cotton; Lustre-Creme ad features color photo of beautiful Ann Blyth; photo ad for Playtex baby pants; Excellent two-page color ad for Prell shampoo; Article on Eczema; Nice vintage one-page ad for Johnson & Johnson Cotton Tips (before they were rebranded as Q-Tips); Drene shampoo ad features photos of Jeanne Bal; The Woman and Her Car; Monthly Career Girl - Barbara Atkins of the Bank of Virginia in Richmond; Color Ivory Soap ad with image of Jean Christman; Why I Quit Working; The Jukebox and the Kallikaks - story by B.J. Chute; The Years Between (part 1 of 2); The Greener Grass; My Last Duchess; Woman and the New War; Lovely color-photo fashion photos; Lovely color-photo bedroom design ideas; 8 of America's foremost artists paint bedrooms they woud like; Home design photos; Orchestras in Peril; Zozo (Curious George?) page of comics; Kleenex ad features Little Lulu and Tubby; Jergens ad features photos of Evelyn Keyes, who co-stars with Jeff Chandler in movie "Smuggler's Island"; SOS pad ad features photo of Mrs. Velma Ide, Stillwater Ave., Bangor, Maine; Classy color-photo ad for Frigidaire electric ranges; Cut-Rite waxed paper ad features photo of Dione Lucas; Lovely color Avon ad features Gertrude Lawrence with her sales rep, Mrs. Mary Moran; Lovely vintage color ad for Virtue Bros. Chrome Dinette furnture; Excellent vintage color photo for Hotpoint dishwashers shows 'fairy lady' in yellow dress holding silver coffee set; 5 new miracle fibers - Dynel, Dacron, Orlon, Vicara and Chemstrand; Great color ad for Peter Pan peanut butter shows smiling girl; Photo of Virginia Mayo in Royal Crown cola ad; Daystrom Furniture color ad; Color ad for F.W. Woolworth Co.; Springmaid Fabrics ad; Fashion ideas; Charming color ad for Bambury clothing for girls; Red Goose shoe ad; Nice color-photo ad for Kate Greenaway's glamourous gingham frocks; and much, much more. Above-average external wear and soiling with openings to backstrip. A worthy copy of this charming vintage issue. 
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Good Housekeeping - The Magazine American Lives By, April (Apr. 1951 - Clayton, New Mexico, Best & Hillyer; Ruth Harbert; M.D. Calderwood; Lois Montross; Edith Ann Cadiz; Keith Monroe; Eleanor Duvall; Martha Gellhorn; Frances Keene; Evelyn Apitz; E. Starr
16 Best & Hillyer; Ruth Harbert; M.D. Calderwood; Lois Montross; Edith Ann Cadiz; Keith Monroe; Eleanor Duvall; Martha Gellhorn; Frances Keene; Evelyn Apitz; E. Starr Good Housekeeping - The Magazine American Lives By, April (Apr. 1951 - Clayton, New Mexico
New York Hearst Magazines, Inc. 1951 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Ross, Alex (cover); Stan Klimley; Tom Lovell; Lawrence Beall Smith; Joe De Mers Margret and H.A. Rey; 
338 pages. Features: Town of the Month - Clayton, New Mexico (NM); Woodbury ad features photos of Nina Spencer of New York and James Locke; Lovely Ivory Soap ad features photo of Maggi McNamara; Shingles; Assignment in Hollywood; Classy photo-ad for Warner's bras; Nice two-page color-photo Kelvinator ad; Asthma in Children; Willett furniture ad; Fantastic color ad for American Airlines shows Van Johnson and Jane Wyman of the film "Three Guys Named Mike"; Keep up with Medicine; What you should know about the AAA; Color Lux ad features Evelyn Keyes; Color Camay ad features beautiful Mrs. Charles A. Morrow, Jr., the former Barbara Sommers of Califon, NJ; Things to Forget; A Kind of Glory - story by Lois Montross; Career Girl Carolyn Workman of Cincinnati; Locksmith article; The Name - story by Eleanor Duvall; Paco's Donkey - story by Martha Gellhorn; The last six weeks of pregnancy; A Woman to be Envied - story by Evelyn Apitz; Women and the New War; Special Feature - Magic Make-up and Personal Color Chart with beautiful color photos; Lovely bridal fashion photos; Color Ivory Snow ad; Why Children quit taking lessons; Zozo ad features Curious George comic; Pond's ad features photo of The Viscountess Boyle; Raytheon TV (television) ad; Jergens ad features photos of Jane Russell; Firestone Foamex ad features color photo of Edward J. Crowley; Color Avon ad features Claudette Colbert with her rep. Mrs. Nelle Ginthner; Claudette Colbert in Woodbury ad; Toni ad features photos of Jane Cartwright, Nellie Jane Cannon and twins Ann and Roxie Shumaker; Nice Jell-O pudding ad; Tea Talk; Maytag washing machine ad; Lovely color Coke ad shows young lady in green jacket with six-pack; Chromcraft furniture color ad; Yvonne DeCarlo in La Cross ad; Colr ad for Glidden paints; and much, much more. Average wear. Please note: Large chunk 5 x 4" missing from upper corner of pages 333-338 and back cover, otherwise a worthy vintage copy of this charming issue. 
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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, November (Nov.) 2, 1964, Blair Fraser; Ian Sclanders; Alan Phillips; Richard J. Needham; Norman Phillips; Dr. Benge Atlee; Jack Batten; Don Newlands; et al
17 Blair Fraser; Ian Sclanders; Alan Phillips; Richard J. Needham; Norman Phillips; Dr. Benge Atlee; Jack Batten; Don Newlands; et al Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, November (Nov.) 2, 1964
Toronto Maclean-Hunter 1964 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Sid Barron; 
52 pages. Features: How Canada helped Communist China gain a foothold in Africa; Why New Brunswick's bid for one big maritime province never got off the ground; The Warren Report - new boost for the Kennedy memorabilia industry; Merv McKenzie and the Toronto-based campaign to unseat Cassius Clay; Roy Peterson cartoon of Bob Thompson/Real Caouette (Social Credit); Let's stop kidding ourselves about civil defense; Can Canada win the U.S. Election? - should Canada hope for a win by Goldwater or Johnson?; The Cranky conclusions of un-American Canadian Ian Sclanders; The Egg and Donald Shaver - this iron-willed Canadian peddles millions of chickens in 44 countries - fascinating photo-illustrated article; The Happiest Canadians - Newfoundlanders; Norman Philipps and his life and hard times as a Royal Baby-Sitter; Dr. Benge Atlee - the two things wrong with our schools is what they teach and how they teach it;Comeback of the Six-Day Grind - the six-day bicycle race is making a comeback in Canada (in Montreal) - great article with photos; The vanishing Sons of Freedom (Doukhobors) and the tough reporter, Simma Holt, who's finally told their story; Canadian Club ad features photos of Simon Khoury flying on kite behind boat; and more. Above-average external wear and soiling. Unmarked. Binding intact. A worthy reference copy. 
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The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, May 22, 1926 - World War's Effect on the Negro, Boeckmann, Henriette; Arms, L.L.; Collman, Charles A.; Whiting, May B.; Thompson, Huston; Boyer, Townsend; Clifford, F.J.; Smith, Wyman; Finger, Charles J.
18 Boeckmann, Henriette; Arms, L.L.; Collman, Charles A.; Whiting, May B.; Thompson, Huston; Boyer, Townsend; Clifford, F.J.; Smith, Wyman; Finger, Charles J. The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, May 22, 1926 - World War's Effect on the Negro
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1926 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Clarke, W.W.; Graham, J.C.; Seavey, Paul Franklin; Johnson, Harlan; Honore, Paul 
32 pages. Features: When Old Salem Hunted Witches - men and women were put to death on the accusation of little children; The Man Who Fights Alone - "The Cop is the World's Greatest Warrior" - article with statistics of policemen killed on the job; Why I Left New York (part 1) - a middle westerner moves there but is in conflict with its alien atmosphere; Who Pays for Our Radio Programs? - noted economics author explains how national advertisers foot the bill so we can listen-in without charge; Captain Kidd - Pirate-Catcher - the rover is commissioned to capture ships flying the black flag; Mr. (Henry) Ford's Page - no amount of pretense can improve upon the original; Editorials - the time of England's trouble, is the jury system a failure, police death roll, the family is the unit; Woodrow Wilson (part 9) - He refused to be rushed into hasty decisions; World War's Effect Upon the Negro - overseas the colored soldier acquired an entirely new estimate of his importance in the scheme of things; Dry-Farming - The Tragedy of the West - scores of deserted homes stand as mute monuments to the settler's struggle in a land where rain seldom comes; Moonlight Midnight on "Old Tim" - Climbing Mount Timpanogas; The Voyage of the Victoria - part 3 - further adventures of Magellan; Chats with Office Callers; A Dance a Week - Hull's Victory, Lady Walpole's Reel, and Speed the Plow (with piano music for each); amazing photos of strange worldwide professions - a daredevil juggling atop several chairs, rubber tappers in Ceylon demonstrating the herringbone system,Egyptian dervishes passing skewers through their cheeks, and a Korean peddler of earthen ware - carried upon his back! Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Structurist - Regenerating Art and Architecture in Nature's Landscape, No. 45/46, 2005/2006, Bornstein, Eli; Davis, Howard; Gare, Arran; Hanson, Brian; Salingaros, Nikos A.; Masden II, Kenneth G.; Hanson, Brian; Grabow, Stephen; Salingaros, Nikos A.; Akkerman, Abraham; Hunter, Richard; Heinze-Greenberg, Ita; Et al
19 Bornstein, Eli; Davis, Howard; Gare, Arran; Hanson, Brian; Salingaros, Nikos A.; Masden II, Kenneth G.; Hanson, Brian; Grabow, Stephen; Salingaros, Nikos A.; Akkerman, Abraham; Hunter, Richard; Heinze-Greenberg, Ita; Et al The Structurist - Regenerating Art and Architecture in Nature's Landscape, No. 45/46, 2005/2006
Saskatchewan, Canada The Structurist 2005 First Edition Paperback Fine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
156 pages. Features: Interview with Christopher Alexander; Four Reviews and an overview of Christopher Alexander's 'The Nature of Order' - an essay on the art of building and the nature of the universe; Going after the avant-garde - architectural aesthetics and the spirit of advertising; Architecture - biological form and artificial intelligence; Urban superconscious and the return of the garden myth; On the early sketches of Eric Mendelsohn; A view of berlin holocaust memorials; A treasure of Sullivan architectural ornament; Charles Biederman (1906-2004); Why Charles Biederman matters (to me); An imaginary dialogue between Kandinsky and Klee on Abstract art and nature; Florida Everglades; The color of art in nature's landscape; book reviews. Clean, bright and unmarked with very light wear. An excellent copy. 
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The National Home Monthly Magazine, September (Sept.) 1949 - Women's Penitentiary in Kingston, Ontario, Brown, Joy; Garner, Hugh; Gray, James; Brott, S.; callaghan, Morley; Cross, A.; Milne, A.A.; Castle, E.; Woodward, G.; Et al
20 Brown, Joy; Garner, Hugh; Gray, James; Brott, S.; callaghan, Morley; Cross, A.; Milne, A.A.; Castle, E.; Woodward, G.; Et al The National Home Monthly Magazine, September (Sept.) 1949 - Women's Penitentiary in Kingston, Ontario
Canada The National Home Monthly / Stovel 1949 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Wilson, R. York . (cover); Yarwood, Walter; Winter, Bill; Town, Harold; Hallam, J.; Woods, Rex 
72 pages. Features: Nice ballerina cover art by R. York Wilson; Colour ad for the Parker "51" pen inside front cover; One-page colour recruiting ad for the Canadian Army entitled V.I.P. shows young man in uniform walking on sidewalk; Nice one-page colour ad for the 1949 Monarch car shows a red two-door; Photos of the Sandler's Wells Ballet; One-page colour Waterman's Pen ad presents the Crusader, Stalwart and Dauntless; Excellent photo-illustrated article on the Women's Penitentiary in Kingston; The River (short story); Toronto the Terrible - photo-illustrated article by Hugh Garner; Daniel Boone and his trusty Five-Iron (golf short story); Can Les Lear and the Calgary Stampeders (football club) Make It? - photo-illustrated article; Ram's Way (short story about a cop); Simis - photo-illustrated article on the Service d'Information Montreal Information Service which answers questions about anything (permitted by law) by phone - with photos of Roger Nadeau - a fascinating predecessor to modern-day search engines; One-page Seagram ad features grain threshing scene with horse-drawn wagon; Morley Callaghan explains how to talk to high-brows; Massey-Harris one-page colour ad features tractor in rural European town; Elegant half-page colour-photo ad for Sovereign Potters presents their Montcalm Pattern, Number 718; Nice half-page Canadian Admiral Corp. ad presents their model 5V12 radio-phonograph; Article on Teen-agers in Hollywood includes photos of Elizabeth Taylor, Joan Evans, Terry Moore, Shirley Temple, Barbara Lawrence and Claudia Barrett; Article on the wonderful freedom in Canada, compared to post-war Europe; Uncommon half-page ad for Black Horse Brewery explains why rice is thrown at weddings; Colour one-page Calvert Distillers ad says "The Canadian Family Owes Much to... Ireland"; One-page photo ad for Northern Electric's Gainaday 200 washing machine; Half-page colour-photo ad for Canada Dry; One-page colour-photo Marboleum ad shows nostalgic 1949 kitchen design; One-page colour-photo ad for Singer Sewing Centers; One-page colour-photo ad for Northumbria Sterling Silver cutlery; Back to school fashion photos; Nice half-page colour ad for Aylmer canned peaches; Half-page colour ad for Heinz Vinegars; Article on table manners for children; Half-page colour-photo Baker's Coconut ad; One-page colour-photo ad for Burns Corned Beef Hash, Wieners and Beans, and Chili Con Carne; Recipes for preserves; World Sayings; Colour ad inside back cover for Wabasso Cottons shows lady making bed; Back cover colour ad for O'Keefe's features lovely illustration by Rex Woods of penny bazaar scene with boy buying muffin; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A nice copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
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