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Canadian Geographical Journal, July 1960 : Tobacco - Another Canadian Achievement, Barbeau, Marius; Van Steen, Marcus; Clemson, Donovan; Chaplin, C.E.; Brown, Sutherland
1 Barbeau, Marius; Van Steen, Marcus; Clemson, Donovan; Chaplin, C.E.; Brown, Sutherland Canadian Geographical Journal, July 1960 : Tobacco - Another Canadian Achievement
Canada The Canadian Geographical Society 1960 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
39 Pages plus five pages of nice vintage ads. Features: Legend and History in the Oldest Geographical Names of the St. Lawrence; Tobacco - Another Canadian Achievement; British Columbia Lakes (Pictoria); How Canada is Helping the Fishermen of Ceylon; Physiography of the Queen Charlotte Islands; Pictures of the Provinces - XXIII; Nice Army recruiting ad inside front cover; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A sound copy. 
Price: 149.95 USD
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The Times History of the War - Part 10, Correspondents of The Times
2 Correspondents of The Times The Times History of the War - Part 10
London The Times 1914 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
40 pages. Part 10 of a series "...Framed with the object of producing an account of the great contest now in progress, which shall be at once popular and authoritative... An account written by men of great experience in political, military, and naval matters... Will contain a great deal of first-hand material which will be really valuable to historians of the future." - from Preface. Contents: Chapter XXII - The German Advance to Brussels; Chapter XXIII - The First French Offensive in Alsace; Centerfold "Map To Illustrate The German Advance to Brussels". Dozens of excellent black and white archival photographs. Upon back cover is an interesting and attractive advertisement for the "Swan" Fount Pen, intended for a soldier's kit. Somewhat above-average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. Sound copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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Cineaste - America's Leading Magazine on the Art and Politics of the Cinema, Vol. XXIII No. 4 1998 - The Butcher Boy, Durgnat, Raymond; Crowdus, Gary; McLoone, Martin; Hershon, Bob; Sklar, Robert; Kemp, Philip; Porton, Richard; Georgakas, Dan; Saltz, Barbara; Thompson, Clifford; Mask, Mia L.; West, Joan M.; West, Dennis; et al
3 Durgnat, Raymond; Crowdus, Gary; McLoone, Martin; Hershon, Bob; Sklar, Robert; Kemp, Philip; Porton, Richard; Georgakas, Dan; Saltz, Barbara; Thompson, Clifford; Mask, Mia L.; West, Joan M.; West, Dennis; et al Cineaste - America's Leading Magazine on the Art and Politics of the Cinema, Vol. XXIII No. 4 1998 - The Butcher Boy
USA Cineaste Publishers, Inc. 1998 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 
64 pages. Features: Defetishizing Bunuel; Recent Shakespearean Films; Neil Jordan's "The Butcher Boy"; Harmonious Director/Composer Teams; Dogma Days at Cannes; Inverview with Stephen Fry; Interview with Dean Tavoularis; Four Films of Paul Robeson; Interview with Sherman Alexie; and much more. Average wear. A sound copy. 
Price: 69.95 USD
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The Gun Report: Volume XXIII No. 4, September 1977, Liggett, Kenneth W.: Editor
4 Liggett, Kenneth W.: Editor The Gun Report: Volume XXIII No. 4, September 1977
USA World-Wide Gun Report 1977 First Edition Paperback Very Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
63 pages. The Rifle Muskets of New Jersey; Colt Revolvers of the Little Big Horn; The Cartridge Collector; Collectors Cartridge Prices; The Padre's 'Peacemaker'; and more. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. Sound copy. 
Price: 89.95 USD
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Newsweek Magazine, June 10, 1963 - Pope John XXIII (23) Cover Photo, Lippmann, Walter; Hughes, Emmet John; Hazlitt, Henry
5 Lippmann, Walter; Hughes, Emmet John; Hazlitt, Henry Newsweek Magazine, June 10, 1963 - Pope John XXIII (23) Cover Photo
New York Newsweek, Inc. 1963 B01B2KWH48 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
112 pages. Features: Pope John XXIII - Gentle Shepherd of a Revolution; Amazing two-page Westinghouse photo ad features the world's biggest mobile land machine (an excavator); United States Lines color-photo ad features Mr. and Mrs. William Wood Prince, Sr., Miss Robin Underwood of Amarillo, Texas, Mr. Jerry Crabs of Edmond, Oklahoma, and Mr. and Mrs. John S. Bennett and family, of Staten Island, New York; Color Bulova watch ad; One-page color-photo ad for the Rambler Classic station wagon (red); Photo-illustrated civil rights coverage; The Battle of Jackson, Mississippi; Firestone ad features photo of racer Parnelli Jones; Two-page Firestone ad features black and white photos of 40 Indy 500 winners - their names, cars and avg. speed; Nice color-photo Cadillac ad features an enormous limo and a gigantic 2-door convertible; "Look After Germany First"; Kenya - from Mau Mau to Prime Minister; Cars of Tomorrow - As Detroit Dreams - illustrated article; Fear of Free Markets, by Henry Hazlitt; Color-photo ad for OMC boats features speeding boat with brass band playing!; The Case for Yale Law School; Nice color-photo ad for Air France features Robert & Vera Ransom of Telegraph Hill, San Francisco; and much more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
Price: 129.95 USD
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Maclean's Magazine, 20 August, 1966 *THE LOOK, AND HOW IT'S HITTING MAIN STREET*, Multiple Contributors
6 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, 20 August, 1966 *THE LOOK, AND HOW IT'S HITTING MAIN STREET*
Toronto Maclean-Hunter Limited 1966 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Admiral Landymore mistimed his attack; Charlais - a vintage kine for our tables; The Great Beer Scare - the inside story which caused Dow to tump $600,000 of beer after 50 people were suddenly stricken with a strange illness - article with photos; Suddenly Canadian kids turn to "The Look" in their desire to appear foppish - article with great colour photos plus a black and white photo of the highest-paid model in the world, Jean Shrimpton, as seen by photographer David Bailey; Are they going to throw this town away? - Happy Valley in Labrador may be lost if the local U.S. Air Force Base leaves; A nondescript little man named Richard J. Needham is the expert nonpareil; Pope John XXIII started the thaw - and the Roman Catholic Church hasn't been the same since, by June Callwood; Is John McMaster the happiest man in the world? - he's a "clear", one of the saints of a new cult called Scientology; Gerald Stevens on Canadiana; The Polish Don Quixote who came charging into Canada - Nils Szoltevcky von Schoultz; Barbara Amiel argues for the return of Debtor' Prisons; and more. Average wear. A sound copy. 
Price: 249.95 USD
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The Saturday Evening Post, October 6, 1962  *POPE JOHN XXIII*, Multiple Contributors
7 Multiple Contributors The Saturday Evening Post, October 6, 1962 *POPE JOHN XXIII*
USA Curtis 1962 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: Let's stop Exalting Jerks - Marya Mannes suggests we knock our shabby idols off their pedestals; page 13/14 loose but present; The Genial Pope - John XXIII - busily making and breaking Church traditions - nice color photos; Struggle Inside the Supreme Court - gravely divided, yet exerting more influence on the country than ever, nine justices are near a showdown; Golden Voice of the Senate - Everett McKinley Dirksen dazzles Capital Hill with the elegance of his florid rhetoric and the flexibility of his political posture; Parents who Beat Children - a tragic increase in child abuse is prompting a hunt for ways to detect these sick adults; The Kind of Gal I Am (Part 2 of 3) - Rosalind Russell; Beautiful colour centerfold for the 1963 Pontiac Tempest; Nice color centerfold of the 1963 Mercury Comet; 3 nice color pages of 1963 Buick car ads; How to Succeed in Jail - status-seeking prisoners follow a code of morality which separates 'good thieves' from the bad; Cool Coach of the Horned Frogs - Abe Martin has made T.C.U. a football killer; My Bout with Gout - a baffling and chronic malady; Furious Foe of Traffic Jams - Henry Barnes is New York City's Traffic Commissioner. Average wear. A sound copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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The Virginia Magazine, History and Biography: Volume VI (Six), for the Year Ending June, 1899, Multiple Contributors
8 Multiple Contributors The Virginia Magazine, History and Biography: Volume VI (Six), for the Year Ending June, 1899
USA The Virginia Historical Society / House of the Society 1899 First Edition Hardcover Fair 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
473 +xxiii pp. Index. Contents include: The Acadians in Virginia; Letters to Thomas Adams; Captain John Bargrave; John Barnwell; Sir William Berkeley; Alexander Bruce Philip; Mrs. Mary Willing Byrd; Carter Papers; Epitaphs at Brandon; William Fitzhugh; Sir Thomas Gates; Genealogy; Germans - complaint against Governor Spotswood; Trustees of Hampden-Sidney College; Isle of Wight County Wills; Attorney General Edmund Jenings; Kidnapping Maidens to be sold in Virginia, 1618; Land Patents; Letters of Lafayette; Lee Ancestry - a new clue; General Henry Lee; Lord Mandeville; Necrology; Shipping notes; Patents for lands in Virginia; Poor Children Sent to Virginia; Privy Council to the Governor of Virginia; Proclamation for a Fast Day, 1691; A Scotch Trader; Sir Thomas Smythe - reply to Joh Bargrave, 1621; Violation of Tobacco planting law, 1691; Second Virginia Battalion in 1777; Virginia Borrowing from Spain; Virginia Corn, 1619; Virginia militia in the Revolution; Washington's Capitulation at Fort Necessity; George Washington, Election of 1758; Buring of William and Mary College in 1705; Barton Haxall Wise - resolutions in regard to; Claiborne West - Petition to the King; Western Virginia, Reminiscences of 1770-1790. First few pages loose. Last page of table of contents may be missing. Originally bound with Volume 5 which has since been removed and is not included. Gift bookplate inside front board. Bit of sticker remnant at base of backstrip. Not pretty but a rare surviving copy of this informative volume. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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The Illustrated London News - December 24, 1960, Various Contributors
9 Various Contributors The Illustrated London News - December 24, 1960
London The Illustrated London News 1960 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: Belgian royal wedding - King Baudouin and his Queen; Between Jerusalem and Bethlehem - the palace of a King of Judah; Centerfold features Pope John XXIII; 2 aircraft collide over Brooklyn, New York; Photo of American Air Transport crash into packed German tram; The Royal Ballet School at White Lodge; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Sound copy. 
Price: 99.95 USD
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The Illustrated London News - November 8, 1958, Various Contributors
10 Various Contributors The Illustrated London News - November 8, 1958
London The Illustrated London News 1958 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: The Coronation of Pope John XXIII; Diefenbaker's Visit to London; Charterhouse School; Memories of the Roman Republic and Echoes of the Battle of Lake Regillus - a Tusculan family cemetery discovered by accident; Grave Goods of the Gens Rabiria - and new light on ancient Tusculum; Great Britain's First Surface-to-Air Guided Weapon Station; Springhill, Nova Scotia Mine Disaster; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Sound copy. 
Price: 119.95 USD
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The Illustrated London News - October 20, 1962, Various Contributors
11 Various Contributors The Illustrated London News - October 20, 1962
London The Illustrated London News 1962 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features/Photos: Pope John XXIII being carried in the Gestatorial Chair across St. Peter's Square; The Ecumenical Council of the Roman Catholic Church at St. Peter's; Lord Parker of Waddington; Excavations at Qasr Ibrim; Nubia's X-group people; The weather reporter in the North Atlantic; The Alfa Romeo Giulia T.I. Saloon; The 1962 Motor Show; and more. Moderate wear. Clean and unmarked. Quality copy. 
Price: 99.95 USD
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