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Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, January (Jan.) 5, 1957 - Frank McMahon / Report From Israel / Arctic Priest / Farewell to Artist Oscar Cahen, Brown, Father Bernard; Fraser, B.; Earl, Marj.; Porter, M.; Phillips, Alan; Heiney, Donald; et al
1 Brown, Father Bernard; Fraser, B.; Earl, Marj.; Porter, M.; Phillips, Alan; Heiney, Donald; et al Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, January (Jan.) 5, 1957 - Frank McMahon / Report From Israel / Arctic Priest / Farewell to Artist Oscar Cahen
Montreal Maclean Hunter 1957 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Whalley, Peter (cover art); Cahen, Oscar 
48 pages. Features: Column - Grammar is snobbish nonsense; London Letter column explains political fallout of Nasser's nationalization of the Suez Canal; Blair Fraser recounts what he saw in Gaza refugee camps; Colourful Allied Van Lines ad; Great one-page colour ad for the 1957 Dodge (with push-button transmission); Blair Fraser Reports from the 'seething cauldron' of Israel - article with photos; Mr. Benturian and the Beautiful Palimpsest; What's it like being married to a genius - Canadian Suzanne Cloutier married Peter Ustinov three years ago - article with photos; Frank McMahon's Five Lucky Lives - great photo-illustrated article on the owner of Pacific Petroleums Limited, of Calgary, backer of "The Pajama Game", and founder of Alberta Distillers Ltd.; Photo-illustrated article on Father Bernard Brown of Aklavik; Clyde Gilmour picks the best and worst movies of 1956; Rexall centrefold ad presents dozens of products at 1950s prices; Nice colour ad for Maxwell House coffee; Nice colour ad for the 1957 Monarch car (yellow and white)Richelieu Phaeton Sedan); John Norman Harris describes his most memorable meal; Half-page farewell to Maclean's illustrator Oscar Cahen who was killed in an auto accident on November 26, 1956; Striking Chrysler ad inside back cover features purple 1957 New Yorker; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN) January 24, 1953 - Cover Photo of Newly-inaugurated President Dwight D. Eisenhower / Trial of the Killers of Oradour-Sur-Oradour in France, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril
2 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril The Illustrated London News (ILN) January 24, 1953 - Cover Photo of Newly-inaugurated President Dwight D. Eisenhower / Trial of the Killers of Oradour-Sur-Oradour in France
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch, Ltd. 1953 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Uden, Ernest 
Pages 105-140. Features: Nice cover photo-portrait of Dwight Eisenhower; Photos of America's new first lady - Mrs. Eisenhower, and Mrs. Richard Nixon, wife of the new Vice-President, both wearing their inaugural ball gowns; Photo of six German's tried with murder and other atrocities at the Schirmeck concentration camp during the occupation of France; Photos of the Red Hat Ceremony in Rome where new Catholic Cardinals receive their hats; Photo of the Dutch liner' Klipfontein just before she went under; Photo of horrible accident at Washington's Union station where train lost braking and crashed into buffers; Photos from Egypt and Sudan - Abdel Rahman Hakki, Sheikh Ahmed Al Bakury, Major Saley Salim and General Neguib; Photos of M. Rene Mayer, France's new Prime Minister; Two pages of photos and information about Oradour-Sur-Glane - a case which revives a terrible war memory - the trial of 21 S.S. soldiers charged with the murder of a French community; Photo and article on the tree-climbing goats of Morocco; Photos of the end of the Second Swiss attempt on Everest; Two pages of photos and information on the war in Indo-China - French Union troops in the Red River Delta, plus an amphibious operation against the Viet Minh - a phase of 'Operation Bretagne'; Two-page photo of the summit and southern wall of Everest, taken from the Ramparts of Pumori; Two pages of photos and information about the British-trained Sudan Defense Force; Photos from the first performance of Vaughan Williams' "Sinfonia Antartica"; Photos of the personalities of the week, including recently deceased Sir Edward Marsh and artist Douglas Chandor, as well as squash champion A. Fairbairn and a group photo of Sherpas who helped with the recent Swiss Everest attempt; Photo of the marriage of Sir William Slim's daughter to Peter Nigel Stewart Frazer; Nice colour-illustrated ad for King George IV old Scotch whisky on back cover; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN) Magazine, June 26 1954 -  Photo Finish at Ascot, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril
3 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril The Illustrated London News (ILN) Magazine, June 26 1954 - Photo Finish at Ascot
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd. 1954 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall de Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 1069-1112. Features: Wonderful colour-illustrated Guinness ad inside front cover features Mad Hatter lunch party; Nice one-page ad for Benson & Hedges shows scene aboard a passenger aircraft; Nice one-page Martini ad; Photo finish at the Royal Hunt Cup between Chivalry and King of Tudors; How the photo-finish camera works; Photos of the Queen at Ascot on the final day of the meeting; Revolutionary uprising and rebel invasion in Guatemala - photos of its capital and rival leaders, Colonel Jacobo Arbenz Guzman and Colonel Carlos Castillo Armas; Men's singles battle at Wimbledon Centre Court between J. Drobny and J. Arkinstall; Wonderful two-page photo montage of Male and Female competitors at Wimbledon, including number one seeds T. Trabert and Miss M. Connolly; Review of "V-2" by Walter Dornberger - with photos of German rockets; One-page photo portrait of Billy Graham; Repairing the Sir John Dill Memorial in Washington; The Westland Sikorsky S-55 six-passenger helicopter - photos and cutaway drawings; Two-page photo of the opening of the Royal Ascot Meeting with the Queen being driven down the course in open landau; Royal Photos at Ascot; Blundell's - a Great English Public School; Works by prehistoric animal artists newly discovered in the 'red desert' of southern Tripolitania; Photos of personalities of the week, including King Saud of Saudi Arabia with King Hussein in Jordan, Dr. Nkrumah of the Gold Coast, Miss D.S. Leather, and the Duke of Kent's car accident; Australian J.M. Landy beats Roger Bannister's recent record with a time of 3 mins, 58 seconds in the mile run; Photo of the American Carrier "Bennington" en route to the Brooklyn Navy Yard for repairs after an on-board explosion killed 102; First international sidecar event in the Manx T.T. motorcycle race since 1925 - won by Eric Oliver on a Norton; Nice one-page ad for the Daimler Conquest Saloon; Colour ad for Firestone Tyres inside back cover; Nice colour-photo ad on back cover for B.O.A.C. shows luxury dining in flight aboard a Stratocruiser; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Wide World - The Magazine for Men, June, 1916, No. 218, Vol. 37 - A Holiday in Mongolia, Corson, A.; Treacher, M.; Fletcher, A.; Askew, A.; Czaplicka, M.; Lees, G.; Shepstone, H.; Rigg, W.; Bredon, J.; Lincoln, R.;
4 Corson, A.; Treacher, M.; Fletcher, A.; Askew, A.; Czaplicka, M.; Lees, G.; Shepstone, H.; Rigg, W.; Bredon, J.; Lincoln, R.; The Wide World - The Magazine for Men, June, 1916, No. 218, Vol. 37 - A Holiday in Mongolia
New York The International News Company 1916 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Austin, Winifred; Somerfield, Thomas; Evison, G.H.; Leist, Fred; Wood, Stanley L.; Smythe, E. 
Pages 97-192 plus 32 pages of vintage ads. Features: A Battle With a Bear - a young sportsman drops into a lively rough-and-tumble fight with a big black bear; Real-Life Romances of the War (part I) - Malcolm Savage Treacher, a sergeant in a famous regiment who has been invalided to England after an exciting time in the Near East sets down stories - cameos of the Great War - told to him by soldiers during his seven months' sojourn in various hospitals (part I); From Job To Job Around the World (part IV) - the continuing remarkable adventures of two young Americans who set out from San Francisco with ten dollars between them to work their way around the world - this instalment featuring their adventures in the Philippines, with photos; The Darkest Hour (part I) - Our experiences in the Great Serbian Retreat; A Year in Arctic Siberia (part II) - a well-known Polish lady describes her experiences in the little-known regions of far-northern Siberia; The Strategy of Sister Madeleine - the story of a French Captain's Escape from the Germans; The River That Won't Behave - the mighty Mississippi regularly floods enormous areas - article with many dramatic photos; Fallen Among Thieves - the author finds himself in a very nasty hole after taking a job offered him by strangers; A Holiday in Mongolia - Juliet Bredon offers a chatty description, illustrated with photos - of a trip into Mongolia on donkey-back; A Prisoner of the Rocks - F. Hopkins Graves was caught in a British Columbia avalanche and only escaped death by a miracle, only to find himself caught in a veritable rat trap among the rocks which he only escaped after two days; Photo of terrible street-car accident in Spokane, Washington; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A sound copy of this great vintage issue. 
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The American Contractor Magazine, May 11, 1929 - Special Safety Issue, Editor Not Stated
5 Editor Not Stated The American Contractor Magazine, May 11, 1929 - Special Safety Issue
Chicago The American Contractor 1929 First American Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
40 pages. Features: Dovetail Anchor Slot Co. photo ad inside front cover features photo of the Sunset Mausoleum at Berkeley, California; Can construction work be made safe?; Keeping up interestin accident prevention; Job precautions are the best safety tactics - article with great vintage illustrations; Underbidding in Florida is ruining business, says builder; The A.G.C. Safety Promotion Program; Accident control in construction work; National Safety Campaign under way; The contractor and the courts; Hawk Co. offers new incenerator; vintage Skilsaw ad; Latest prices of materials; construction activity this week; Sealed proposal announcements; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. Center page loose but present. These nostalgic topics and images are certain to please modern-day contractors. 
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This Week Magazine, January 30, 1966 - Insert to the Boston Sunday Herald: Wonderful Color Cover Photo of Model Colette Bablon, Gaudet, Frederick J.; Newman, Joesph; Peters, Ellis; Lunch, Robert; Adler, Bill; Paddleford, Clementine; Lane, Judy; Rice, Charlie;
6 Gaudet, Frederick J.; Newman, Joesph; Peters, Ellis; Lunch, Robert; Adler, Bill; Paddleford, Clementine; Lane, Judy; Rice, Charlie; This Week Magazine, January 30, 1966 - Insert to the Boston Sunday Herald: Wonderful Color Cover Photo of Model Colette Bablon
USA United Newspapers Magazine Corporation / The Boston Herald 1966 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Tippit, Jack; Smith, William A.; Huehnergarth 
20 pages. Features: Dr. Frederick J. Gaudet of the the Stevens Institute of Technology is interviewed, and says we will soon cut our auto accident rate in half; Fidel Castro and the Ex-nurse - photo-illustrated article on Pepita Riera - whose Miami-based broadcasts are such a threat to the Cuban dictator that he's tried to kill her 15 times; A Grain of Mustard Seed (fiction); Those Crazy Computers! - do you think they are infallible, or are you one of thousands of Americans who know they screw up? - with great cartoon illustration of people protesting beside a huge computer; One-page color ad for miniature fruit-bearing trees - orange, lemon and lime; Letters from kids to the FBI; Half-page ad for country music record features photo of Don Wilson; Meat loaf recipes; Half-page color-photo ad for special grapefruit spoon features 'groovy' sixties colored lettering; Zipcodes USA - teen Q&A featuring photo of model Colette Bablon; Great 1/4-page black and white retro ad for "Strange Prophecies" includes photo of Marguerite Carter; Great article on hidden qualifications of celebrities - for example, Winston Churchill held a union card in a British bricklayer's local!; Super back cover color ad for the detective mystery books of Erle Stanley. Moderate wear. Clean and unmarked. A quality vintage copy. 
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Marine Corps Gazette - Professional Magazine for United States Marines, June 1962, Number 6, Volume 46 -  Vo Nguyen Giap on Guerrilla War / Missiles - The Human Factor, Haffner, L.E.; Love, J.C.; Karukin, D.S.; Prescott, S.F.; Serrin, D.; Davis, T.G.; Crumb, C.V.
7 Haffner, L.E.; Love, J.C.; Karukin, D.S.; Prescott, S.F.; Serrin, D.; Davis, T.G.; Crumb, C.V. Marine Corps Gazette - Professional Magazine for United States Marines, June 1962, Number 6, Volume 46 - Vo Nguyen Giap on Guerrilla War / Missiles - The Human Factor
USA Marine Corps Association 1962 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
68 pages. Features: Photo ad for the Sikorsky S-62 (shown afloat) inside front cover; Viet Cong - a threat to peace; Small Unit Operations - counterguerrilla war (part 1 of a series); Nice one-page photo ad for the FMC's new multi-purpose amphibiban LCA; Bell Helicopter photo ad for the HU-1B Iroquois; Guerrilla War and Common Sense - shooting holes in five popular assumptions; Something Better in Fire Direction - Capt J.C. Love's 'Ouija Board' approach to targeting mortars and artillery; Partisans, Guerrillas, and War Depth - A Soviet Tactical Doctrine - photo-illustrated article; Missiles - The Human Factor; Vo Nguyen Giap on Guerrilla War - part 3 of 5 - The Defeat of the Navarre Plan; Standard Pilot - once a definite accident cause is identified it should never be permitted to cause another accident; Prepare for I-I (Inspector Instructor) Duty; Delegate Sir - five steps to effective delegation; Promotions and Transfers; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Weekend Magazine, March 10, 1979 (Canadian Newspaper Supplement)  - Einstein's Universe, Hoffmann, Banesh; Duffield, George; Gross, Colleen; Richler, Mordecai; Goodman, Mark; Gladstone, Bill; Heald, Tim; Hammersmith, Don; Roberts, Glenys; Oliver, Margo
8 Hoffmann, Banesh; Duffield, George; Gross, Colleen; Richler, Mordecai; Goodman, Mark; Gladstone, Bill; Heald, Tim; Hammersmith, Don; Roberts, Glenys; Oliver, Margo Weekend Magazine, March 10, 1979 (Canadian Newspaper Supplement) - Einstein's Universe
Canada The Whig-Standard 1979 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Drawson, Blair; Chwast, Seymour 
28 pages. Features: 1 out of 8 Canadians has been injured in a car accident; Einstein's 100th Birthday - article with photo; A day in the life of downhill ski racer (Crazy Canuck) Ken Read - article with photo; Job description of a model - article and photo of Jane Fellowes; A Jew in Germany - article by Mordecai Richler; Bright Lights of Broadway - Ulf Nilsson and Anders Hedberg of the New York Rangers - article with photos; The Mystery of Pain; Sonic Bust - the British and French governments are scrapping the Concorde after 10 years, 16 planes and $2.5 billion; The evolving designs of food processors; Neil Simon - the good humour man - article with colour photo; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, January 21, 1945 - We Face a Desperate Foe in the Pacific / Governor Al Smith, Horne, George; McCormick, A.; Millay, E.; La Guardia, Fiorello; Huston, Luther; Samuels, G.; Moses, R.; Albright, H.; Holt, J.; Roche, M.; Pope, V.;
9 Horne, George; McCormick, A.; Millay, E.; La Guardia, Fiorello; Huston, Luther; Samuels, G.; Moses, R.; Albright, H.; Holt, J.; Roche, M.; Pope, V.; The New York Times Magazine, January 21, 1945 - We Face a Desperate Foe in the Pacific / Governor Al Smith
New York The New York Times Company 1945 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Thompson, Ken; Markow, Jack 
56 Pages. Features: Cover photo of "Russia's Winter Army on the March" showing soldiers on skis; United States Lines ad inside front cover features Eliot Wadsworth of the Chamber of Commerce; Color-photo one-page ad for The Commercial Travelers Mutual Accident Association of America; One-page ad for Dumont televisions; Japan is Still a Dangerous Enemy - article with naval battle photos including a dramatic one-page photo of a U.S. rocket assault on Peleliu Island; The Delicate Balance to be Kept in Europe Demands Statesmanship; Poem to the leaders of the Allied Nations; Wonderfully illustrated article on Idlewild Airport (New York International Airport, later renamed in honor of JFK) by Mayor Fiorello H. La Guardia; Nice color one-page Celanese ad advertises their Lumarith plastic car parts; Harry Truman article on his new job as Vice-President; Article on music composer Richard Rodgers (with photo) explains that he writes musical amid office confusion; Lovely one-page color ad for Richelieu Pearls features lady in strapless top; Inside story of a Handbag - casing new light on the ways of womankind!; Nice color ad for Valliant Vineyards; Al Smith - a friend looks at the record - great photo-illustrated article on the life of Governor Alfred E. Smith; One-page ad for Congress Playing Cards; The Story of Jackson Hole, Wyoming; Nostalgic ad for the defoe Shipbuilding Company of Bay City, Michigan; Color photo ad for Thomas' Protein Bread features attractive lady in yellow dress; Color ad fo Presto Cake Flour; Photo-illustrated recipe for Coffee Cake Without Sugar; Wonderful one-page colour ad for Sand W Fine Apple Juice features two lovely young ladies; Article on tomorrow's refrigerators; Teen-Age Decalogue; Wheatena ad shows bride carrying groom over the threshold; Lovely two pages of photo of formal hat fashions for ladies; Chow for the Wacs - they don't need as much food as they've been receiving; Gorgeous one-page color-photo fashion ad for Donnybrook Classic; Color ad for Oxydol soap; Dr. Lyon's Tooth Powder ad features sensuous scene; ad for Scott fine radio receivers; Color ad for Jackson & Perkins Co. flowers on back cover. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage wartime issue. 
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Maclean's - Canada's Weekly Newsmagazine - August 10, 1981 - Royal Wedding, Knight, Bryan; Christopher, Rita; Grigsby, Wayne; Kennedy, Carol; Posner, Michael; Folster, David; Shaw, Andy; Moses, Art; Amiel, Barbara; Gray, Malcolm; Gates, Bruce; Jahn, Penelope; Fotheringham, Allan
10 Knight, Bryan; Christopher, Rita; Grigsby, Wayne; Kennedy, Carol; Posner, Michael; Folster, David; Shaw, Andy; Moses, Art; Amiel, Barbara; Gray, Malcolm; Gates, Bruce; Jahn, Penelope; Fotheringham, Allan Maclean's - Canada's Weekly Newsmagazine - August 10, 1981 - Royal Wedding
Toronto Maclean Hunter 1981 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
48 pages. Features: Rave Reviews for Ed Koch; Quebecois Flock to the beaches of the south coast of Maine; Fairy-Tale Wedding of Charles, the Prince of Wales, to Diana Spencer - nice photos; Abolhassan Bani-Sadr; VIA Rail drops 15 Runs; World Record Swim for Alex Baumann; Strikes at Algoma Steel and Stelco; Straight-speaking Laura Sabia; B.C. Hatchery Accident results in many blind fish; Saskatoon aims to become a prairie Tivoli Gardens; Shorts - Fashion; Stopping the Suicide Cycle; Rock Music - with picture of Michael Anthony of Van Halen and Loverboy. Unmarked. Above-average wear. A worthy reference copy. 
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The Saturday Evening Post, March 29, 1958 -  Architect Royal Barry Wills / Pitcher Jack Sanford, MacDonald, Philip; Landon, Kenneth; Eastlake, William; Albee, George Sumner; Shannon, Jones B.; Ruark, Robert C.; Paxton, Harry T.; Blatty, William Peter; Pearse, Ben; Nicholson, Arnold; Rutledge, Nancy; Chamberlain, William
11 MacDonald, Philip; Landon, Kenneth; Eastlake, William; Albee, George Sumner; Shannon, Jones B.; Ruark, Robert C.; Paxton, Harry T.; Blatty, William Peter; Pearse, Ben; Nicholson, Arnold; Rutledge, Nancy; Chamberlain, William The Saturday Evening Post, March 29, 1958 - Architect Royal Barry Wills / Pitcher Jack Sanford
USA Curtis 1958 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Prins, Ben (cover); Georgi, Edwin; Galli, Stan; Whitmore, Coby 
100 pages. Short Stories: Impossible Accident; Brothers' Quarrel; Man Trap; Gigolo. Articles: Religious Revolution on the Campus; The Land That Time Forgot - Part II - Stronghold of the Kukukuku; Baseball's Oldest Youngster - Jack Sanford; They Believed I Was an Arab Prince - William Peter Blatty poses as "Prince Xeer" for ten days - gullible Hollywood bows and scrapes; Don't Fall for the Mail Frauds; The Face of America - Dear Teacher - lovely color photo of Principal John Martin of Hillview Elementary School in Menlo Park, CA - surrounded by kindergarteners; Architect Royal Berry Wills - Big Man in Small Houses. Serials: Death Stalks the Bride (part 1 of 4); Seven Days to Tingyong (part 2 of 3). Ads: Philadelphia Electric Company; Special K cereal; Vitasafe; Mobil service stations - two pages with great color photos; Wheeling Corrugating Company; Mercury Outboards - nice two-page color-photo ad with boaters and swimmers; Nice two-page color-photo ad for Ford cars features the Edsel and others in a water scene; Whitman's chocolates; GMAC - with color photo of reluctant kids dancing; Mayo Spruce ad features photo of Lew Burdette of the Milwaukee Braves with his son, Lewis Kent Burdette; Hilton Hotels - with color illustration of their Havana, Cuba property; Eaton Manufacturing photo-illustrated ad features George D. Williams, General Superintendant, T.L. James & Company, Inc., Ruston, LA; Photo of Bil Sharman in ad for Spalding basketballs; Acme Spring Co. of Connecticutt is featured in a GM photo/text ad; Page & Shaw chocolates; Color photo of Saratoga 2-door hardtop and Saks Fifth Ave. fashion featured in color photo ad inside back cover; Lucky Strike ad on back cover features home movies. Somewhat above-average wear. Bits of writing on back cover. A sound vintage copy. 
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Canadian Aviation Magazine, December 1938: First T.C.A. Accident, MacDonald, Wilson; Weber, Harvey L.; Keith, R.A.; Richardson, B.V.; Ritchey, V.J.; Bradbrooke, F.D.
12 MacDonald, Wilson; Weber, Harvey L.; Keith, R.A.; Richardson, B.V.; Ritchey, V.J.; Bradbrooke, F.D. Canadian Aviation Magazine, December 1938: First T.C.A. Accident
Ottawa Aeronautical Publications Limited 1938 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
44 pages. Features: Cover photo of a Taylorcraft 50; Photo ad for Berry Brothers, makers of Berryloid aircraft fishishes; The T.C.A. Accident at Regina - death of Captain Dave Imrie and first officer Jack Herald; Building Bombers for Britain; Nice full-page ad for Gold Flake cigarettes; Fantastic photo full-page ad for North Electric features image of "Norseman", and R.C.M.P. plane; Fairchild ad boasts of their payloads; The Airman's Prayer; The DeHavilland Flamingo takes shape - article with photos; Interesting full-page ad for Rotax electrical equipment; The Sperry Flightray; Germans show Consistent record in Ocean Flights; Lovely illustrated full-page ad for the Junkers JU90 - with Swastika on tail; Great centrefold ad for Fleat Aircraft features photos of their twin-engined transport and general purpose trainer; The Lear ARC-6 Automatic Radio Direction Finder; Tale Spinning from Winnipeg; Gipsy Minor 90 h.p. Unit added to Famous Range; Flying and Insurance Policy Interpretation; Taylorcraft Expands; Taylorcraft's Representatives for Eastern Canada; Nice full-page Taylorcraft ad; Nice Cub Aircraft ad; News from the West Coast; Nice 1938 Lockheed ad inside back cover; Intava ad on back cover shows a T.C.A. ship being fueled; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Canadian Aviation, January 1938 - Canada's National Aviation Magazine, Main, J.R.K.; Bradbrooke, F.D.; Ritchey, V.J.; Aitken, Alex
13 Main, J.R.K.; Bradbrooke, F.D.; Ritchey, V.J.; Aitken, Alex Canadian Aviation, January 1938 - Canada's National Aviation Magazine
Ottawa, Canada Aeronautical Publications Limited 1938 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Finnie, Richard (cover photo) 
36 pages. Features: Cover photo of Bishop G. Breynat's Waco inspection plane being refuled on the beach at Chesterfield, Hudson Bay; Repercussions of an Old Case - the 1933 crash and death of Archie McDougall at Sanford, Manitoba; Nice full-page ad for Gold Flake cigarettes; The Percival Q6 - article and photo, plus photos, in flight and on the ground, of the first Pou-du-Ciel, constructed by Oscar Demine of Montreal, to receive a license in Canada; Full-page photo collage of many of the best-known flying people at the Miami Air Manoeuvres in early December - including Rudy Kling and Frank Haines who were killed in the first minute of the first race; New De Havilland Tiger Moth ready for delivery; Nice full-page cutaway illustrated ad for the De Havilland Dragon Rapide; Siam Soars - Reginald Jackson operates Aerial Transport Company of Bangkok, Siam; Full-page Stinson ad with photo of a Model SR-9FM; Saskatchewan Good-will Tour; New Test House for Aircraft Engines - Pratt & Whitney facility at East Hartford, CT - article with photos; Nice illustrated full-page ad for the BG Corporation and its spark plugs; Arctic Sky Pilots - Bishop G. Breynat, Vicar Apostolic of the Mackenzie; Nice two-colour full-page ad for the new 1938 Canadian Custom Waco by Fleet Aircraft; Regina Flying Club Highlights; Junkers Introduces the Ju 90 - interesting article with photos; Nice McLaughlin Buick ad shows the Series 46-19 5-passenger sedan with trunk; Great full-page photo ad for Canadian Marconi Company with photo of Pilot G.R. Spradbrow who rescued missing Quebec surveyors; How the U.S. Bureau of Air Commerce Reports on Accident Investigations; New 50-h.p. Continental Engines; Full-page ad for Cub Aircraft features photo of Glenn White of Hamilton, aged 14, who soloed in a Cub after 7 hours and 20 minutes dual; New Marconi appointments - with photos; Sensational photo ad for Imperial Airways inside back cover features a great shot of the Canopus, and an endorsement by Mrs. Martin Johnson, the famous American explorer and air traveller; Who Wants a Transport License?; News from the West Coast; M.A.L.C. news; Pratt & Whitney ad inside front cover boasts of their 3 December 1937 flight from New York to Havana in just over 5 hours - pilot Major Alexander P. deSeverskey, while on the same date Jacqueline Cochran flew from New York to Miami in just over four hours; Super full-page illustrated ad for the Junkers JU 90; Three-colour Imperial Oil Asphalt ad on back cover shows the new hangar apron at Rockliffe Airport; and more. Average wear. Lower corner missing from page 21 - no material affect to contents. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Collier's - The National Weekly Magazine, June 25, 1949 - The Tucker Car Disaster, Morris, Frank D.; Velie; Lester; Thompson, Craig; Murphy, Jack; Mannix, Daniel P.; Slocum, William J.; Howard, Clive; Adams, Charlotte; Young, Scott; Finney, Jack; Hager, Mark; Bradford, Roark; Waldo, Mary Jane; Jepson, Selwyn
14 Morris, Frank D.; Velie; Lester; Thompson, Craig; Murphy, Jack; Mannix, Daniel P.; Slocum, William J.; Howard, Clive; Adams, Charlotte; Young, Scott; Finney, Jack; Hager, Mark; Bradford, Roark; Waldo, Mary Jane; Jepson, Selwyn Collier's - The National Weekly Magazine, June 25, 1949 - The Tucker Car Disaster
Springfield, Ohio Crowell-Collier Publishing Company 1949 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
78 pages Features: About Time - astronomer Ruth Haymer; The Fantastic Story of the Tucker Car - amazing story and photos; Mr. Television - Allen Du Mont and the Cathode Ray Tube; Battle of the Crippled Champ - Golfer Ben Hogan struggles to recover from car accident - article with photos; Polgar, Mind Detective - Hypnotist Dr. Franz J. Polgar - article with photo; Sing Pigeon Sing - What Makes a Stool Pigeon Sing? - article with photos of Chili Acuna, George Weinberg, Anna Sage and Anthony Cugino; Bug Killers Can Kill You; Summer Coolers; We Won't Be Needing You, Al; The Little Courtesies; The Magic Cane; Slow Down the Chariot; The Charm Bracelet; The Golden Dart (part 7 of 8). Includes nice ads for these products: De Soto cars; Mercury cars; RCA Victor tvs; Gorgeous two-page colour ad for the Dodge Wayfarer; General Motors; Pepsi - featuring Bill Bendix and Rosemary De Camp; Pontiac cars; Hudson cars; GM Electro-motive division; Blatz Beer - nice color-photo ad featuring Charles Winninger; Back cover Lucky Strike ad. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Air Classic Quarterly Review Magazine 1974, Volume 1 - Bound in One Volume, Multiple Contributors
15 Multiple Contributors Air Classic Quarterly Review Magazine 1974, Volume 1 - Bound in One Volume
USA Challenge 1974 First Edition Hardcover Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: We shall never surrender - a look at the vintage planes flown by the RAF and FAA; The RAF's first jet fighter - a close look at the Gloster Meteor - in service for nearly thirty years!; De Havilland's Vampire - was England's first single engine jet fighter; Sea Hawk - the FAA's first modern jet fighter; The Hunter - Hawker's Classic Jet Fighter; The Delta Javelin; Blackburn's Battling Buccaneer; Two for the Sea - the venom and the vixen, protectors of the fleet; Twin-Engine Lightning - one of the first interceptors ever built; Phantom - the F-4K and F-4M help modernize the FAA and RAF; Harrier - the world's only operational VTOL aircraft; the early machines flown by the American military; the idea of a small easily stored fighter fascinated early designers; the Fledglings - the early Boeing fighters led the way to more modern warplanes; The elegant Curtiss Hawks - Curtiss kept its Hawk series of fighters in action for 20 years; Boeing's Battling Biplanes - a close look at the famous F4B/P-12 series of bi-winged fighters; XF7B-1 - Boeing's Model 273 boasted many new features; The fighters of Berliner Joyce - a company that is now almost unknown produced a number of reliable fighters; Grumman's Flying Barrels - Grumman's early biplanes firmly established their lead with naval fighters; P-26 Peashooter, first of the modern fighters; Some little-known fighters; Rumblings of Mars - surviving examples of the P-35, P-36, and P-64 are rare; P-38 Lightning; The Cobras - the unusual Bell P-39 and P-63 are virtually extinct types; Warbird Color Portfolio, Part One; P-40 Hawks; P-47 Thunderbolt; P-51 Mustang; Wildcat; Corsair; Warbird Color Portfolio, Part Two; Hellcat; Tigercat; Bearcat; Joe McConnell - Top Korea Ace; Thunderjet over Korea; The Last Thunderstreak; Lost at Sea - dramatic naval aircraft accident photos on the high seas; Skyraider - the best all-around airplane of the bloody Korean War; Korean Invaders; Leatherneck Corsairs over Korea - a pictorial essay; 'Mayday, I've been hit!" - a young naval pilot's experiences during the Korean War; Sea Fury MiG Tangler - the Hawker Sea Fury distinguished itself vs. the MiG; Flying the F-82 in Combat; Project Firefly - the Gooney Bird; The Mustang's Last Stand - the (P)F-51 Mustang reached the twilight of its combat career above Korea; The Sabre Saga; The Lockheed F-80 Shooting Star's Short-Lived Glory - it was no match for the MiG-15 over Korea; Flying the F-82 in Combat; and more. Moderate wear. Binding sound. A quality copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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Canadian Aviation Magazine, July 1948, Multiple Contributors
16 Multiple Contributors Canadian Aviation Magazine, July 1948
Toronto The Maclean Publishing Company, Limited 1948 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
82 pages. Features: Ground Control Approach Radar for the RCAF; Pilot Error; Navigating from the Cockpit; Wings of Britain; Turbine Era is the Target; Gloom, Excitement in Jet Program; British Seek Transport Lead; Supersonic Fighters for British Arsenal; Aim to Reduce Lightplane Costs; Flight Simulator Trains Crews; Ottawa Report; Canadian Accident Analysis; Maintenance Section; Curved Maps for Navigation; and more. Many pages of great ads including the de Havilland Beaver. Small ink stamp atop front cover. Front cover partially loose. Average wear. Binding intact. A worthy vintage copy. 
Price: 149.95 USD
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Famous Photographers Magazine 11 (Eleven), Volume III, Number 11, Multiple Contributors
17 Multiple Contributors Famous Photographers Magazine 11 (Eleven), Volume III, Number 11
USA Famous Photographers School Inc. 1970 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Hynes, Arthur: Cover 
42 pages. Features: My First Sale, by Richard Beattie; FPS Highlights; FPS Graduate Paul Gilmore is first to photograph moon rocks; Selection, Accident, and the art of photography, by Philippe Halsman; Student picture by William L. Smith; FPS Annual Student Achievement Awards; An interview with Peter Max; Jon Gardey - Portfolio; The Color Postcard Market, by Edna Bennett; FPS Gallery; Hot-Weather Photography, by Wallace Hanson. Wonderful contemporary camera ads. Above-average wear. Nine-inch opening to front cover. Unmarked. A worthy copy. 
Price: 149.95 USD
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Harpers Magazine Bound Issues: January 1961 Through June 1961, Multiple Contributors
18 Multiple Contributors Harpers Magazine Bound Issues: January 1961 Through June 1961
USA Harper and Brothers 1961 First Edition Hardcover Very Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Feature articles include: The Pressures Against Air Safety; My Other Books, by James Michener; The Baffled Young Men of Japan, by Peter Drucker; Senator Dodd vs. Kenneth Tynan; New Start in Foreign Policy; The Dangerous Road Before Martin Luther King - James Baldwin; Can de Gaulle Avoid Civil War?; Hoodlum Priest and Respectable Convicts; Mr. Justice Black, the Supreme Court, and the Bill of Rights; Surgery for Strokes; The Tyranny of Multiple-Choice Tests; Writing the "Inside" Books; How to Talk to People, If Any, on Other Planets; California's $2 Billion Thirst; "Anti-Americanism" in Canada; Trial by Combat in American Courts; Adenaurer and McCloy; The Good Slum Schools; The Happiest Creatures on Earth?; John Gunther; Adam Yarmolinsky; Special Supplement - the mood of the Russian People; Secret Angola; Portrait of Bevin; Up-to-date Texas; Nobel Prizes; Apocalypse; A cure for bewitchment; The Pitchman; America's Wandering Scholars; The Coming Bust in the Real Estate Boom; The American Negro's New Comedy Act; William Carlos Williams; A Small Atomic Accident; Riesman and his Readers; and more. Light wear. Tightly bound. Usual library markings. 
Price: 249.95 USD
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Maclean's Magazine, 7 January 1956, Multiple Contributors
19 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, 7 January 1956
Toronto Maclean Hunter 1956 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: Editorial - our cheap but costly funerals; How Alfred Valdmanis took Newfoundland to the cleaners by taking payoffs for government contracts; What's wrong with subsidies for the arts?; They're selling packaged weather - Paul Denison and Bernard Power and their Weather Engineering Corp. of Canada; Bruce Hutchison rediscovers New Brunswick; They're freezing people to life - by imitating hibernation (with cold) doctors are performing 'impossible' operations and saving accident victims, feeble babies and dying old folk; Nobody can Curl like the Campbells - Sandy Campbell and his 5 boys from Avonlea, Saskatchewan - story with photos; Movies of 1955 - Clyde Gilmour picks the best and worst; nice colour ad for the 1956 Oldsmobiles; Wonderful full-page colour ad for Wabasso Cottons inside back cover. Address label on front cover. Restapled. Unmarked. Moderate wear. A quality copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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Maclean's Magazine, February 10, 1962 *REDEMMED CHILDREN - ONE OF FOUR CHILDREN WHO SURVIVED THE NAZI DEATH CAMPS WAS BROUGHT TO CANADA*, Multiple Contributors
20 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, February 10, 1962 *REDEMMED CHILDREN - ONE OF FOUR CHILDREN WHO SURVIVED THE NAZI DEATH CAMPS WAS BROUGHT TO CANADA*
Toronto Maclean-Hunter Limited 1962 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Nice colour ad for the Impala 6-passenger station wagon (blue); The Redeemed Children - the story of one of the great humanitarian acts of the twentieth century - Jewish orphans from WWII are brought to Canada - with photos; The Welcome Enemies - the happy accident by which 972 interned aliens became, in 1940, some of the liveliest immigrants Canada ever had; The public crime that seems to pay - Hit-and-run; Stop whitewashing black african demagogues, by John Phillipson; 15 days with the bushmen of the Kalahari Desert, by John Phillipson - great colour photos; How Spencer Caldwell got a TV network (CTV) by the tail; In High Places, by Arthur Hailey (last of 3 parts); Molson's Canadian ad features photo of the newly launched 'City of Victoria' ferry; Tommy Douglas' first 6 months, by Peter C. Newman; Piano prodigy Hilda Irek; Nice Valentine-theme colour photo Coke ad on back cover. Average wear. A sound copy. 
Price: 299.95 USD
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