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Collier's Magazine, January 3, 1948 - The Causes of Airline Accidents / Interview with Pravda Editor, Blochman, Lawrence G.; Hall, Baird; Beauchamp, D.D.; Yaycox, Ernest; McConnell, Oviatt; Bosworth, Allan R.; Lagemann, John Kord; Coons, Hannibal; Neely, Frederick R.; Brandon, O. Henry; Loftus, Robert F.; Van Tine, Ronald G.
1 Blochman, Lawrence G.; Hall, Baird; Beauchamp, D.D.; Yaycox, Ernest; McConnell, Oviatt; Bosworth, Allan R.; Lagemann, John Kord; Coons, Hannibal; Neely, Frederick R.; Brandon, O. Henry; Loftus, Robert F.; Van Tine, Ronald G. Collier's Magazine, January 3, 1948 - The Causes of Airline Accidents / Interview with Pravda Editor
Springfield, IL, U.S.A. The Crowell-Collier Publishing Company 1948 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Mechling, John (cover photo); Burns, Paul C.; Darling, Gilbert; Blossom, Earl; Lofman, Jacob; Baumgartner, Warren; Shook, Euclid; Derujinsky; Kling, Wendell; 
66 pages. Articles: Designs for Touring - Salt Water, Salubrity and Sin - Attractions of Mississippi's Gulf Coast - The Poor Man's Riviera; Strife Among the Roses - Rose Bowl Preview - with financial details; For Landings' Sake - a study of the causes of airline accidents; The Truth in Russian Eyes - an interview with the editor of Pravda; The People's Life Preservers - the FDA; Veni, Vidi Valli - Little lady Valli is Italy's gift to Hollywood; Facts and Figures - the last word in foundation garments (corsets, bras and girdles); Old Ties for Old - men can now swap unwanted gift neckwear; Here a City Died - a visit to Machu-Picchu - article with great color photos. Fiction: Cocktails at Blindman's Lake; This is the Night; Four Alarm; Oh, Lovely Land; Previous Date; The First Foot. Includes these nostalgic ads: Boris Karloff in a Tums ad; Pontiac cars; Talon Dresses (featuring wedding gown); "Night Song" movie (full-page); Spam; Camel cigarettes (back cover) featuring ballerina Kathryn Lee. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Saturday Evening Post, August 30, 1958 - Maurice Chevalier / John Diefenbaker / Iconic Norman Rockwell Knothole Cover Illustration, Boulle, Pierre; Jensen, Eileen; Forrest, Williams; Craig, Robert; Moore, James Merriam; MacKaye, Milton; Pearse, Ben; Maxwell, James A.; Gustafson, Philip; Martin, Pete; Gibson, Althea; Albrand, Martha; Lanham, Edwin
2 Boulle, Pierre; Jensen, Eileen; Forrest, Williams; Craig, Robert; Moore, James Merriam; MacKaye, Milton; Pearse, Ben; Maxwell, James A.; Gustafson, Philip; Martin, Pete; Gibson, Althea; Albrand, Martha; Lanham, Edwin The Saturday Evening Post, August 30, 1958 - Maurice Chevalier / John Diefenbaker / Iconic Norman Rockwell Knothole Cover Illustration
USA Curtis 1958 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Rockwell, Norman (cover); Jones, Carroll; Harris, R.G.; Bingham, James R.; Storm, R.F.; Riley, Ken; 
80 pages. Short Stories: The Temptation of Father Montoire; The Susceptible Blonde; Marriage Crisis; Hurricane Rescue; The Man Who Bought People. Articles: Canada's Amazing Prime Minister, John George Diefenbaker; Spare Parts for Defective Hearts - plastic valves devised by Dr. Charles A. Hufnagel; What's For Breakfast? - Brennan's restaurant in the French Quarter of New Orleans; How We Would Strike Back - the story of the tightly-guarded Zaragoza Air Force Base and its tense crews who wait for the alarm to fly their H-bombers; I Call on Maurice Chevalier; I Wanted to Be Somebody - part 2 - Althea Gibson Nearly Gave Up Tennis; The face of America - Wheat in the Street - amazing color photo of storing wheat harvest in the main street of Snyder, OK. Serials: A Day in Monte Carlo (part 5 of 6); I Married Murder (conclusion). Ads: Magnificent one-page color-photo Cadillac ad features a white sedan; Salem cigarettes; Viceroy cigarettes; Nice two-page color ad for a red Brookwood 6-passenger station wagon; Cooper Tires ad features photo of Hell Drivers in action; U.S. Savings Bonds; De Beers diamonds; Partially soiled Coke ad on back cover features numerous sailing photos. Average wear. Center two pages loose but present. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Down Beat - The Bi-Weekly Music Magazine, November (Nov.) 22, 1962, Vol. 29, No. 29 - The New Bill Evans Trio / Bud Powell / Jimmy Witherspoon, Crawford, Marc; Welding, Pete; Berendt, Joachim, Ernst; Hodes, Art; Lateef, Yusef
3 Crawford, Marc; Welding, Pete; Berendt, Joachim, Ernst; Hodes, Art; Lateef, Yusef Down Beat - The Bi-Weekly Music Magazine, November (Nov.) 22, 1962, Vol. 29, No. 29 - The New Bill Evans Trio / Bud Powell / Jimmy Witherspoon
USA Maher Publications 1962 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Shustak, Lawrence; Asplund, Jan; et al 
54 pages. Features: Nice one-page Gretsch drums ad features Jimmie Cobb; Olds trombone ad features George Roberts; H.N. White Company trombone ad features Kai Winding; One-page ad for the Fender Jaguar guitar; Singer Gene McDaniels claims his record company, Liberty, cheated him; Blues singer, Scrapper Blackwell, slain at 65; False alarm about Ella Fitzgerald concert at Lincoln Centre; Chet Baker making movie in Britain; Sinatra pictures and records banned in Lebanon and Iraq after his visit to Israel; Rough year for James C. Petrillo, president of Chicago's AFM Local 10; Jazz in Southeast Asia; Bud Powell, Paris and a night to remember; Spoon (Jimmy Witherspoon) - an informal portrait; Inside the new Bill Evans Trio; record reviews; Ad for Bud Shank and his new album 'Bossa Nova Jazz Samba'; Small photo ad for Richards Music Corp. features Dizzy Gillespie; Don Ellis - part 2; Dixieland at Disneyland; Slingerland drums ad features photo of Walt Thomas of the Si Zentner Orchestra; Small photo add for Richards Music Corp. features Miles Davis; Score for Iqbal by Yusef Lateef; Jazz on Campus; Photo ad for Ludwig drums features Jo Jones; Zildjian cymbal ad on back cover. Unmarked with above average wear. Binding intact. Bottom corner of front cover clipped. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, April (Apr.) 13, 1957: Axel Wenner-Gren's Plans for British Columbia / The Art of Fenwick Lansdowne / Louis B. Mayer / Maple Leafs Kid Line, Hutton, Eric; Moon, Barbara; Gardner, Ray; Crowther, Bosley; Olson, Robert; Frayne, T.; Conacher, Charlie; Collins, Robert; et al
4 Hutton, Eric; Moon, Barbara; Gardner, Ray; Crowther, Bosley; Olson, Robert; Frayne, T.; Conacher, Charlie; Collins, Robert; et al Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, April (Apr.) 13, 1957: Axel Wenner-Gren's Plans for British Columbia / The Art of Fenwick Lansdowne / Louis B. Mayer / Maple Leafs Kid Line
Montreal Maclean Hunter 1957 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Lansdowne, J.Fenwick (cover art); Price, Arthur 
96 pages. Features: Cover art by Fenwick Lansdowne; Nice colour ad for GWG inside front cover features casual fashions for ladies; Tim Buck's Future; The Bankruptcy of George H. Ridout's Ontario real estate empire; Will Maggie Muggins be Canada's next movie star?; Bruce Hutchison argues 'We're Being Corrupted By Our Boom'; One-page photo ad for Crown Zellerbach Canada features Forester Ken Mulholland; Diary of Field Marshal Lord Alanbrooke pictures Churchill as a happy genius without judgement; One-page Chevrolet ad features pink 1957 Chevy coupe with white roof; Is B.C.'s fanfare for Wenner-Gren another false alarm? - he has an Olympian plan to develop the B.C. Trench - photo-illustrated article; Siobhan McKenna and the Statford Festival - photo-illustrated article; Fenwick Lansdowne and his Unbelievable Bird Paintings; How the Russians are trained to hate the west - interesting photo-illustrated cold war-era article explains that the Russian people are not fooled by their state propaganda; The Wonderland of Louis B. Mayer (conclusion) - fantastic photo-illustrated article explains how the thirties were a bonanza for this Canadian star-maker who made Garbo talk, discovered Judy Garland and hit the jackpot with 'Gone With the Wind'; Was Our Biggest Historical Find Our Biggest Hoax? - awful suspicion that Viking relics 'found' in Northern Ontario and proudly displayed in our largest museum are probably fake - fascinating photo-illustrated article about relics 'found' by James Dodd and Fletcher Gill in 1930 on a Beardsmore, Ontario mining claim; Why the (Toronto Maple Leafs) Kid Line became a legend - sensational photo-illustrated article - part IV of the story of the Conachers; Will the nickel book make a new man of Manitoba? - Trapper Walter Johnson staked the Moak Lake area then sold his secret for a fortune - photo-illustrated article; Fantastic one-page colour Meteor car ad features yellow and black car with white roof, plus endorsement by Ed Sullivan, whose photo appears in lower left corner; Sensational colour two-page Meteor car ad includes illustrations of sixteen cars!; Black Label Beer ad features 'Mabel'; When Louis Mayer sang to Jeanneatte Macdonald; Nice one-page colour ad for 1957 Chrysler cars features a red Windsor 2-door hardtop (with white roof); How Pal became Lassie and how Elizabeth Taylor started on a fast climb to stardom; Colour ad for Jello-O orange instant pudding; Colour centrefold ad for Simmons mattresses; McCulloch chainsaw ad features the Model 39; Pilkington Glass ad features colour photo of the living room of the J.L. Silverman home in Halifax, Nova Scotia; Wonderful one-page colour ad for the 1957 Monarch Turnpike Cruiser car features their new dual-curve windshield; Nice colour ad for Dow ale; Max (Rawhide) Ferguson describes his most memorable meal; Baby photo of footballer Normie Kwong; Nice one-page colour-photo Oldsmobile ad features white car in front of fashionable city location; Colour ad for Molson Golden Ale; 1957 Dodge ad inside back cover features yellow car with white trim and roof; Coke ad on back cover features Hawaiian get-together; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this great vintage issue. 
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The Saturday Evening Post, October 27, 1956 -  Sam Goody is Duke of the Disc Dealers, Kobler, J.; Bess, Demaree; Lubell, Samuel; Going, Clayton; Wolf, Bill; Thruelsen, Richard; Martin, J.; Donatelli, R.; Kelland, C.; MacLean, A.; Henderson, D.; Bradshaw, G.; Barrett, W.; Greene, F.
5 Kobler, J.; Bess, Demaree; Lubell, Samuel; Going, Clayton; Wolf, Bill; Thruelsen, Richard; Martin, J.; Donatelli, R.; Kelland, C.; MacLean, A.; Henderson, D.; Bradshaw, G.; Barrett, W.; Greene, F. The Saturday Evening Post, October 27, 1956 - Sam Goody is Duke of the Disc Dealers
USA Curtis 1956 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Falter, John (cover); Caplin, Harvey; Riley, Ken; D'Andrea, Bernard; Whitmore, Coby; Giavis, Ted 
144 pages. Features: The Terrible Williamsons - this elusive clan preys on suckers; Red Alarm in the Middle East; He Always Says 'We'll Win" - Stanford Coach Chuck Taylor; Hunters Never Had it So Good; Duke of the Disc Dealers; Inside the Asylum - part 4 - psychiatrist at work; The Secret of Shining Brook - part 1 of 8; The Guns of Navarone - part 6 of 8. Short Stories: A Sporting Proposition; The Sensible Type; The Fix is On; Breakup. Ads: Magnavox Videorama - the world's finest television; Beautiful two-page ad for the (orange) 1957 ('57) Chevrolet (Chevy); International TD-24 crawler-dozer; Two-page color ad for International dump trucks; Campbell's Soup; General Electric TVs; Texaco gas stations; Hotpoint TVs; Jell-o; Acme Cowboy Boots; Caterpillar; Hertz - 2-page ad featuring the '57 Chevy; Lifesavers; Browning shotguns; Remington Rand calculators and adding machines; Detroit Diesel - with mining illustration; Eaton Tandem Axles ad features trucker Gerald E. Riddle of Gary, Indiana; Mack Trucks - two color page ad featuring a petroleum well-drilling scene; Hart Schaffner & Marx; Ford Trucks ad mentions Mickey Adley, Clarence Landwig and Clyde Freeman; Color-photo Coke ad on back cover features formally dressed couples. Above-average wear. Moderate moisture exposure. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Creative Needle Magazine - Smocking, Handsewing, Embroidery, Other Needle Arts - September/October 1989, Multiple Contributors
6 Multiple Contributors Creative Needle Magazine - Smocking, Handsewing, Embroidery, Other Needle Arts - September/October 1989
USA Needle Publishing 1989 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Fine Machine Sewing - Hemstitching - Part IV; Mock Jabot - a smocked collar insert; At Home Elegance - cutwork holiday cocktail napkins; Smocking - lesson 3 by Mollie Jane Taylor; Skirt and Bib Front - pull-out pattern and instructions; 5-alarm fashions - sizzling back-to-school fashions for children; Smock plate; The Art of Peppering - machine cutwork techniques; Pretty Patchwork - decorative skirt borders; and more. Moderate wear. A sound copy. 
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Maclean's Magazine, July 11, 1983 *COVER PHOTOS OF PITCHERS DAVE STEIB AND STEVE ROGERS*, Multiple Contributors
7 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, July 11, 1983 *COVER PHOTOS OF PITCHERS DAVE STEIB AND STEVE ROGERS*
Toronto Maclean Hunter 1983 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Contents: Commodore 64 computer ad inside front cover; Legacy of massacre at Sabra and Shatila camps; Can we Afford Public Enterprise, by Dian Cohen; Trudeau delivers ultimatum - greedy wage and salary demands not to be tolerated; Rene Levesque in Paris with Mitterand; Ottawa and Alberta sign energy pact; Western Canada Concept (WCC) in tatters - leader Gordon Kesler sent packing; Italy's search for stability; Poland - dealing with the Vatican; Debategate; Arafat wins a respite; War in Chad; Expos and Blue Jays in first place - feature article; Minor league baseball in Canada; Leo Rautins goes to the NBA; TD Bank ventures toward discount brokerage; Belzberg's First City Trust takes over Pocklington's Fidelity Trust Co.; Simpson's Sears fined $1 million over diamond promotion; Japan in the 21st century, by Peter C. Newman; Growing Canadian AIDS alarm; Legal Heroin in Holland?; Pain of the Triathalon; Women inch toward equality in the workplace; Phil Edmonston and the squeeze on lemon cars; Proposals for dealing with illegals in Canada; Newfoundland's Wonderful Grand Band offers a raunchy combination of satire, slapstick and rock; The annual Stampede Art Auction in Calgary; Alden Nowlan - obituary. Unmarked with moderate wear. A sound copy. 
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Mechanix Illustrated - July 1961, Multiple Contributors
8 Multiple Contributors Mechanix Illustrated - July 1961
USA Fawcett 1961 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Features: McCahill tests the 'hot' new Rolls-Royce V8 and the Mercury; Build a 23-foot cabin cruiser for only $800 (Hotei); World's toughest military training - Navy Frogmen; home movie-taking made easy; our army needs new weapons - now!; Grow muscles in your backyard; 1924 Hispano-Suiza Racer; Six-ton rubber boat - Amphitrite; America's first hydrofoil ferry - the Flying Fish connects Bellingham, WA with Victoria BC; Eugene Durrance and his Florida Sea Brine Laboratory sell sea water!; Sailing on sand; Fire Buff's unique collection - James Dodge; An early Black and Decker cordless drill; clockwork marvels; Infra-red Burglar Alarm; Aluminum Pistol; "Space Camera" Eyeglasses; Transtainer; and more. Average wear. Sound copy. (colour ad on back cover shows glamourous tennis players smoking Winston cigarettes) 
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Popular Science Magazine, October (Oct.) 1958, Multiple Contributors
9 Multiple Contributors Popular Science Magazine, October (Oct.) 1958
USA Popular Science 1958 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Features: *First 1959 Cars*; Are you wasting money on premium gas?; Accident at Windscale - World's first atomic alarm; A Reversing Hot-and-Cold Machine - heats or cools at the flick of a switch; Atomic Engines to Power Rockets and Missiles - Nevada tests for sensational flying reactors; No-hands system to land Airliners; GM bets on Flaring Fins; Buick; Cadillac; Oldsmobile; Rambler boosts mpg; How automatic shotguns work; and more. Average wear. 
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The Gun Report Magazine - August 1969, Multiple Contributors
10 Multiple Contributors The Gun Report Magazine - August 1969
USA World-Wide Gun Report 1969 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: The Controversial British Sea Service Musket; Combination Alarm Clock and Flintlock Candle Lighter; The Spencer Shotgun; Underground Treasure Discovered at Colt's Firearms; The 1816 Power Horn; Try it and See; Prussian Musket; Remington Arms Currier & Ives Pictures. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. Solid copy. 
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The War Illustrated - 11 August 1917: No. 156, Multiple Contributors
11 Multiple Contributors The War Illustrated - 11 August 1917: No. 156
London Amalgamated 1917 First Edition Paperback Fair 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Illustration Features: Surrending Germans pass through the French lines; The Battle of the Nieuport Dunes - Matchless story of the Northamptons and the King's Royal Rifles (article by Max Pemberton); Canadian Pioneers at work and at Liesure (5 photos); Men of many climes who fight for France; Italians in the Alps and in the air; These Three historic years - article by Lovat Fraser; Aerial activity of four warring nations; Immortal Heroism of K.R.R.C. & Northamptons; Incidents in the Battle of the Nieuport Dunes; British Women's Mission of Mercy in France; How the Hun encourages neutral powers; 'Pipsqueaks' that served to alarm all London - 5 photos of air raid sound rockets; When Paris was in Peril - article by Hamilton Fyfe; Fire and Fury Flaming upon the foe in France. Average wear. Staples disintegrated. 
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True West Magazine, December 1976, Multiple Contributors
12 Multiple Contributors True West Magazine, December 1976
USA Western Publications 1976 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: The Stolen Circus Treasure - Hertzberg Circus Museum of the Public Library of the City of San Antonio, Texas; Sumpter Valley - the Hastings-Hudspeth Cut-off; Midnight Alarm - S.J. (Sid) Overton; The Eccentric Men of La Porte - Tom Watson, Long-Time Cattle Buyer, Northwestern Colorado; Davis' Mine, Gillham, Arkansas - clearcutters are near; Last Cruise of the Yankee Blade; Olga Schaaf Rattlesnake Joe; Wild Old Days!; The Mystery of the Washington Letters - a packet of letters from the President to his younger brother between 1770 and 1780; Sick Enough to Die - there were no doctors in early New Mexico; Little Lady Packer. Light wear. Unmarked. A nice copy. 
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13 Munn, Orson D. Scientific American April 1931 Volume 144 Number 4
New York Scientific American Publishing Company 1931 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
A particularly interesting issue with topics ranging from the 100 horsepower blower for the organ in the new Chicago Stadium to an English vending machine which dispenses individual lit cigarettes. Features: The eyes and ears of the railroad - the complicated signal system that spells safety for rail travel; Editorials - Arthur G. Halfpenny - An Awakening Due - Lopsided progress; International Affairs; Did a meteorite strike a car in Crawfordsville?; New light on old fools - ultr-violet irradiation to create vitamin D; Unique solutions of bridge construction problems - caissons sunk on artificial islands - divers employed; Vacuum tubes in industry - thermionic tubes, grid-glow relays, photo cells find wide use; A new use for radium - radiography possible without combersome apparatus; Radio goes man-hunting - radio alarm system reduces the criminal's chance of escape; New temperature measurements of the sun, moon, mars - sensitive thermo-couples reveal surface conditions; Chicago's "Madison Square Garden" - called "world's largest sports arena"; has unusual features; Butterfly farming - an intriguing business started by Iowa youth; When locomotives go to sea - special steamers built to accomodate monsters of the rails (excellent photos); A machine-age "milk maid" - the "rotolactor' milks 240 cows in one hour; Centrifugally spun concrete piles - new manufacturing process; mass production of preserved foods - a huge industry that grew from a market basket; Salt making in India - Primitive methods illustrated and described. Average wear. Unmarked. Crease to front cover. Advertisement inside front cover features photo of luxurious Cord front drive automobile manufactured by the Auburn Automotive Company. 
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14 Munn, Orson D.: Editor Scientific American December 1931 Volume 145 Number 6
New York Scientific American Publishing Company 1931 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Chemistry may become the important post-depression factor; Editorials - extreme naval economy; farm by-products - one dollar for ducks - no dole for us - pilotless plane of the future; Cows fed irradiated yeast give ricket-preventive milk; Space as yet unfathomed - man's report is - "no bottom"; Better engines for navy planes; Speeding rail freight - new merchandise containers carry less than carload lots; Man-made oases in American deserts; Poland becomes a maritime nation - denied use of Danzig, Poland builds her own seaport; Has forest conservation created a false alarm?; Modern coal for modern markets - coal is now washed and thoroughly cleaned; Trademarks in disguise - the secret of a good trademark is its arbitrary nature; How stable is the earth's crust?; Masterpiece of Minoan Art; Babylonian brick reliefs; a link between Hellenistic and Roman painting; Butterfly faking - a new industry - rare and costly species "manufactured" from common varieties; Stone age man's world-wide culture. Back cover boasts colour Lucky Strike advertisement featuring illustration of a sultry Jean Harlow. She is quoted as saying "It's a delight to find a celophane wrapper that opens without an ice pick." Average wear. Unmarked. Two very small tears to fore-edge of back cover. 
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15 Munn, Orson D.: Editor Scientific American November 1931 Volume 145 Number 5
New York Scientific American Publishing Company 1931 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Africa's first national park; Editorials - building for parity a false alarm - whose fault is it?; Power development on the Columbia River - the first power project on one of the most famous of North American streams; United States plant patent number 1 - only time will show the value of plant patents, the first of which has just been released; The hottest place in the universe - what keeps the stars shining?; Henry Ford, the Practical - the automobile manufacturer knows how to do things , and how to get them done; Are there creatures like ourselves in other worlds?; The birth, life, and death of a railroad ticket; Mercury vapor power to the fore - two new and larger units have been ordered; Australia's great meteorite; Paper's thinnest web - making tissue paper; Where not to look for oil and gas; Electrical aids to blind flying; Etruscan safety pin; Excavating Rome's seaport; A modernized university library - Sterling Memorial Library at Yale; Why question the reasoning of animals? - authentic stories seem to indicate their reasoning power. Page 293 is a full page tribute, with black and white photo, to thirty-year old Linus Pauling, hailed as "a rising star who may yet win the Nobel Prize." Light erasure mark at top corner of front cover. Average wear. Unmarked. 
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This Week Magazine, December 26, 1965 - Insert to the Boston Sunday Herald: Interview with Billy Graham, Reverend Billy Graham; Block, Jean Libman; McCarthy, Joe; Jones, Captain Mel R.;  Lane, Judy; Ashley, Roberta; Gehman, Betsy Holland; Weisinger, Mort;
16 Reverend Billy Graham; Block, Jean Libman; McCarthy, Joe; Jones, Captain Mel R.; Lane, Judy; Ashley, Roberta; Gehman, Betsy Holland; Weisinger, Mort; This Week Magazine, December 26, 1965 - Insert to the Boston Sunday Herald: Interview with Billy Graham
USA United Newspapers Magazine Corporation / The Boston Herald 1965 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Smith, William G. (cover); Hooks, Mitchell; Watson, O.J.; Chandoha, Walter 
16 pages. Features: Revolution in Religion - interview with Billy Graham; I Didn't Want That for Christmas - fashion experts seem to be trying to hide the American Woman; The Return of Uncle Dave (fiction); One-page retro ad for "The Student's Guide to Military Service" features photo of pondering young clean-cut gent holding slide rule; Candle in the Dark - fictional story about little Kim Chi of Vietnam who once met Santa face-to-face; Zipcode USA - teen Q&A with photo of Frank Sinatra with Mia Farrow; Great retro 2/3-page ad for a pocket alarm features photo of young dame in defensive position; Did You Get a Puppy? - how does your dog rate in dogdom?; Visions of Sugarplums - a child's-eye view of Christmas. Moderate wear. Clean and unmarked. A quality vintage copy. 
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This Week Magazine, November 1, 1964 - Insert to the Boston Sunday Herald: Special Espionage Issue, Rice, Charlie; Deindorfer, Robert G.; McGerr, Patricia;  Westbrook, Stuyvesant; Weisinger, Mort; Paddleford, Clementine
17 Rice, Charlie; Deindorfer, Robert G.; McGerr, Patricia; Westbrook, Stuyvesant; Weisinger, Mort; Paddleford, Clementine This Week Magazine, November 1, 1964 - Insert to the Boston Sunday Herald: Special Espionage Issue
USA United Newspapers Magazine Corporation / The Boston Herald 1964 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Whitmore, Coby; Tippit, Jack 
24 pages. Features: Wanted - Lady Spies; Why Do People Defect From West to East, and Vice-Versa? Campaign Fever (fiction); George Washington - Master Spy; Black and white photo ad for Chesterfield cigarettes features Arabian horse breeder Guy Stillman, fashion consultant Virginia Van Brunt, and architect Larry Craig Dean. Wonderful one-page photo ad for Met Life features spooky man holding briefcase in foreground; Nice color ads for: Jell-O; Oster appliances; the Hamilton-Beach electric knife; GE can openers; Knapp-Monarch-Nesco appliances; Proctor-Silex toasters and irons; West Bend cook 'n serve appliances; Seth Thomas alarm clocks; Wear-Ever Duranel cooking pots; Prime Dog Food; Salem cigarettes (back cover) featuring couple outdoors - with grainy background image of slave-like figure at work in the fields. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this nice vintage issue. 
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The New York Times Magazine, November (Nov.) 11, 1979 - Cover Photo of Supreme Court Chief Justice Warren E. Burger, Safire, W.; Baker, Russell; Zion, Sidney; Freeman, Lucy; Honan, William H.; Lewis, Flora; Apple, R.W. Jr.; Bethany, M.; Et al
18 Safire, W.; Baker, Russell; Zion, Sidney; Freeman, Lucy; Honan, William H.; Lewis, Flora; Apple, R.W. Jr.; Bethany, M.; Et al The New York Times Magazine, November (Nov.) 11, 1979 - Cover Photo of Supreme Court Chief Justice Warren E. Burger
New York The New York Times 1979 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Hofer, Evelyn (cover); Lord Snowdon; Probst, Ken 
188 pages. Features: Nice Sue Brett Fashion ad; Beautiful Danskin ad features model lying atop white grand piano; Sony Portable Radio ad entitled "A Moveable Feast"; Safire on "Taking a Dare"; Lovely Alfred Dunner/Fortrel ad; The One-Necktie Man; Two-page color Farberware (cookware) ad; Interesting Harry Winston ad features large diamond on model's forehead; A Decade of Constitutional Revision (part 1 of 2) - The U.S. Supreme Court; Immortal Anna O. (Bertha Pappenheim) - from Freud to Feminism - the young Viennese patient who spurred Freud on to the development of psychoanalysis became a zealous champion of women's rights and pioneered new approaches to social work; The Kennedy Network - After JFK's death, his tough, tight entourage of political intellectuals offered their high-powered services to Bobby - Now it's Teddy's turn to mobilize the Kennedy Network; The "House" Charles De Gaulle Built - his personal home is now a museum and his country is undergoing subtle but significant renovations; Nice mink coat ad shows model on shoeshine stand; Lauren Bacall is featured in a Fortunoff ad; Britain's Notable Nonagenarians - the fond admiration accorded to England's senior citizens is unimaginable in the youth-oriented United States - with photos of Lord Brockway, Lord Shinwell, Catherine Bramwell-Booth; Prince Alice, and Ben Travers; Peugeot 504 car ad; Great one-page color-photo Izod ad features golfers Jerry Pate and Hubert (Hubie) Green; Nice two-page Carlsberg ad; Marlboro ad features fall leaf theme; Half-page ski ad for Park City, Utah; Nice one-page color Technics turntable ad; Nostalgic one-page ad for solar alarm watches by The Sharper Image; Look 37 ski binding ad; Black and White Scotch ad features photos of backgammon players including Harry Joe Brown, Jr., Kenneth Lubben, and many others; How Robert Kennedy's people blew the 1968 Oregon campaign; Humble Hampton's home designed by Tod Williams; Color fashion photos of sweaters for cool nights; Michael Norman describes a Vietnam wound that will not heal - the loss of his friend Jim Payne; Chivas Regal ad on back cover; and more. Above-average wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, June 1941 - Inside the Gestapo / Canadian Economic Upheaval, Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Lennox, R.; White, H.; Crump, G.L.; Marsh, H.; Trimble, A.C.; Koehler, H.; Roxborough, H.; Cox, L.; Bayne, E.; Atkins, J.
19 Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Lennox, R.; White, H.; Crump, G.L.; Marsh, H.; Trimble, A.C.; Koehler, H.; Roxborough, H.; Cox, L.; Bayne, E.; Atkins, J. National Home Monthly Magazine, June 1941 - Inside the Gestapo / Canadian Economic Upheaval
Winnipeg Stovel / National Home Monthly 1941 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Malvern, Corinne (cover); Warner, Charles; Stephanie; Humphrey, Beach; 
72 pages. Features: Lovely colour Coke ad inside front cover shows young lovely reclining on grass beside flower bed; One-page Singer sewing machine ad features Red Cross worker Mrs. John Collingwood Reade, and daughter Jo, of Toronto, and their identical dresses; News digest discusses events in Yugoslavia and Greece, the Battle of the Atlantic, Sinkings and Replacements, and the Axis Threat to Washington; Frigidaire fridge ad; Fellow-Canadians, It's Revolution! - war brings the greatest economic upheaval that Canada has ever known; Irish Gaps in Britain's Defence - photo-illustrated article discusses sea-bases that would help to defeat Hitler's air and u-boat piracy on Atlantic shipping, with photo of Eamon de Valera, Premier of Eire, leaving No. 10 Dowing St. after declaring his policy of 'neutrality'; Diver in Scarlet (short story); "Canada Doesn't Know There's a War On" - article with photos of bomb damage in Britain; Storm Warning (short story); The Gentle Art of Murder / Inside the Gestapo - fascinating photo-illustrated article which discusses the SD.RFSS Alarm Command and Heydrich, with photo of Rudolf Formis; A Night Call (short story); Why Not a Four-Minute Mile? - article with photos of Jack Lovelock, Glenn Cunningham, Paavo Nurmi and Peruki; Vacations in Old Quebec; Hollywood news and photos; Woodbury soap ad features photo of lovely Miss Melba Lee, daughter of Mrs. Wallace Orr of Montreal and Bermuda; Wonderful red and black Victory Bonds ad entitled "Some of the Things Your Dollars Will Buy" includes 16 photos of armaments and servicemen; Half-page Canadian Pacific photo ad for the Banff Springs Hotel; Half-page ad for the Eighth Census of Canada; Diving is Such Fun; Food, Victory, Peace; Health for Victory; Colour Ritz cracker ad; Fashion illustrations; Nice colour shredded wheat ad inside back cover; Back cover colour ad for Canada canned lobster requests help from the women of Canada to replace overseas markets lost due to the war; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. Binding sound. A quality copy of this extraordinary wartime issue. 
Price: 399.95 USD
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20 Various The Wide World Magazine - January 1950
London George Newnes Limited 1950 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Features include: The Road to Wonderland - Construction of a highway and tunnel through a mountain wilderness in the South Island of New Zealand; Kamal Ram's Come-Back - tale of a stationmaster at Manijan, in northern Assam; Saga of the Snow-Dogs - An account of the Arctic Husky; The Hut-Tax Affair - a tale from Northern Nigeria; All Aboard For Adventure - Part I of a tale of 5 young Americans who set out on a sailboat for tropic seas; The Beneficent Bamboo; Dogsbody - an amusing incident involving a very junior officer aboard a British freighter; The Telephone Mine - Adventures of two South African prospectors in search of King Solomon's Mines; Our Leopard - A Kenyan farmer's story; Down Texas Way - the story of 3 youngsters, a gang of desperate escaped convicts, and a night alarm; Appointment with the Devil - An extraordinary story from Abyssinia; Illustrated in black and white. Covers and spine missing. Contents in decent condition. 
Price: 119.95 USD
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