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The Wide World  - The Magazine For Everybody, August 1919, No. 256, Vol. XLIII - The Theft of the Zuni God / Flying in Central Africa / Our LIfe at Holzminden, 'Woodpecker'; Rose, Frank; Heald, T.; Webster, F.; Martyn, F.; randall, S.; Somerset-Lister, H.; Thomason, H.; Evans, E.; Et al
1 'Woodpecker'; Rose, Frank; Heald, T.; Webster, F.; Martyn, F.; randall, S.; Somerset-Lister, H.; Thomason, H.; Evans, E.; Et al The Wide World - The Magazine For Everybody, August 1919, No. 256, Vol. XLIII - The Theft of the Zuni God / Flying in Central Africa / Our LIfe at Holzminden
New York The International News Company 1919 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Tennant, Dudley; Whale, Lieut. J. 
Pages 266-352 pages plus 16 pages of great vintage ads. Features: Flying in Central Africa (part I) - adventures from the flying log-book of an R.A.F. officer during ther campaign in German East Africa; My Adventures in Bolivia - Frank Rose was arrested as a dangerous revolutionary but managed to escape; Relief Worker's Adventures (part I) - thrilling adventures among the war victims of Armenia, Syria, and Persia, with photos; Hunting Big Game by Motor-Car - Captain F.A.M. Webster describes how he does it, with photos; The Adventures of a Newspaper-man (part III) - Frederic Martyn's adventures - with photos; Pukalofa's Tragic Revenge - Captain Samuel Randall recounts the brutal behavior of a whaling captain towards his crew in 1868, and what followed; In the Wilds of Siberia (Part I) - great photo-illustrated article by Harry Somerset-Lister describes his adventures; The Theft of the Zuni God - in New Mexico three U.S. Cavalry troopers stole the idols of the Indians, thus incurring their wrath; "The Surf Deer" - Reminiscences of the Dover Destroyer Patrol by Captain E.R.G.R. Evans, the Commander of the destroyer Viking; Shooting Elephants in the Middle of a Battle - what happened during the German East African Campaign; Hunting an Elephant During War - another thrilling incident of an elephant hunt during stern fighting in German East Africa, related by a Rhodesian soldier; Our Life at Holzminden - Lieut. J. Whale describes his life in this German POW camp in Brunswick, and provides his own illustrations; The Making of a Mandarin - photo-illustrated explanation of the curious and picturesque examinations which are held every three years in China and Indo-China for the coveted diploma of Chu-Jen, which entitles the holder to call himself a full-fledged Mandarin; Smugglers' Strategy Unveiled - photo-illustrated article explaining the many ingenious methods used by German and Swiss smugglers to get food and other things into enemy territory; The Tragedy of the Sling-Chain - Miner Bill Burton is killed in Australia; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A quality copy of this great vintage issue. 
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Collier's Magazine, November 30, 1948 - Lester A. Pratt is America's Foremost Bank-Fraud Expert / The Jimmy Doolittle Story, Budenz, Louis Francis; Rose, Billy; Dugan, James; Pratt, Lester A.; Courtney, W.B.; Norris, Kathleen; Haycox, Ernest; Blochman, Lawrence G.; Frank, Pat; Carson, Robert; Pearce, Dick
2 Budenz, Louis Francis; Rose, Billy; Dugan, James; Pratt, Lester A.; Courtney, W.B.; Norris, Kathleen; Haycox, Ernest; Blochman, Lawrence G.; Frank, Pat; Carson, Robert; Pearce, Dick Collier's Magazine, November 30, 1948 - Lester A. Pratt is America's Foremost Bank-Fraud Expert / The Jimmy Doolittle Story
USA The Crowell-Collier Publishing Company 1948 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Shepard, Harriett (cover); Brackett, Ward; Hall, Tom; Shellhase, George; Dimitri, Piotr; Peskin, Hy and David; Cunette, Lou; Fleischmann, Glen; Hilbert, Bob; 
90 pages. Articles: The Red Plan for S-Day (Soviet Day) when American Communists will perform disrupting tactics in America - with photo of Communist leaders arrested for advocating violent overthrow of the government; I'm a Sucker for Screwballs; Chain Store in the Wilderness - The Hudson's Bay Company (HBC) - article with great photos from northern Canada; I Catch Bank Embezzlers; Through Hell and High Brass (part 2 of 5) - The Story of Jimmy Doolittle; Magdealena - California's gift to Broadway - with great color dance photos; Steve Canyon and Me - Milton Caniff writes about his popular comic strip; Beatrice Pearson - color photo with write-up. Fiction: Security; Cry Deep, Cry Stilll; Riviera Renegade; Jack Pot; Passage to Panama (par 1 of 7); The Impudent Rifle (conclusion). Ad include: Bell Telephone; Elgin Watches (with Robert Montgomery); Monarch packaged foods; "Every Girl Should Be Married" movie with Cary Grant; Admiral entertainment units; Gruen Curvex watches; RCA Victor radios; 1949 Ford cars; Chesterfield cigarettes - two-page two-color ad featuring Perry Como, Jo Stafford, Arthur Godfrey and Peggy Lee; Plymouth; Nash Airflyte centerfold ad - very attractive; Bostonians shoe ad; Westinghouse electric sheet/blanket ad - color photo; GM - two-page color ad; Very colorful two-page ad for Calvert Reserve whiskey; Hedy Lamarr is featured in an Auto-Lite ad; Hamm's beer; Pepsodent ad features Jacqueline Crouse; Pennsylvania Railroad; Camel cigarette ad on back cover features bridge walker Adam Tomey. Average wear. Cover holding by one staple. Unmarked. A nice vintage copy. 
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Newsweek Magazine, July 12, 1971 - Victory for the Press, Bundy, William P.; Et al
3 Bundy, William P.; Et al Newsweek Magazine, July 12, 1971 - Victory for the Press
New York Newsweek, Inc. 1971 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
92 pages. Features: Nice color-photo ad for the ill-fated Ford Pinto inside front cover; Nice Long Distance ad features photo of Miss Mary Ann Van, Executive Secretary, Arthur Godfrey Productions; Victory for the Press - Supreme Court rules in favor of the press re: government secrecy 'in the national interest'; Joe Columbo is shot in Manhattan; Indonesia moves toward stability; Three cosmonauts die aboard Soyuz 11; Saab 99 car ad; John W. Snyder; Le Duc Tho and Henry Kissinger - a way to end the Vietnam war?; Daniel Ellsburg - the man who started it all; The Secret History of the Vietnam War (Cont'd) - major coverage; Sexy Smirnoff ad features young couple in small boat; Plugging the leaks at the Rand Corporation; Large color photo of Jim Collier in Chase-Manhattan Bank ad; Richard Speck; Soviet Union and Israel discuss resumption of diplomatic relations?; Victor Louis; War in Pakistan; One-page color ad for Chevrolet's disastrous Vega (red); Jim Garrison arrested in New Orleans (with photo); The Vietnam Vogue - fashion article; Photo of Eddie Kasko with Carl Yastrzemski; Muhammad Ali is vindicated by Supreme Court; Dr. Jacob A.O. Preus; GMC Truck ad; Digital Equipment (DEC) and its popular minicomputers; Two-page Ford ad features airbag testing; Switach shoplifting prevention product; NYPD corruption investigation; New younger breed of prostitutes; Semen storage; New Light on Cold Sores; Jane Fonda; The Fillmore East and the Fillmore West are closed by Bill Graham; Golda Meir Has the Masada Complex; and much more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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Real Frontier - True Stories of the Pioneer Days: Vol. No. 1 March 1970, Butler, D.R.: Editor
4 Butler, D.R.: Editor Real Frontier - True Stories of the Pioneer Days: Vol. No. 1 March 1970
Sparta, Illinois Major Magazines, Inc. 1970 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
64 pages. Features: Professor Marsh Goes West: The Yale Expedition; Those Brawling Boys in Blue; Bill Tilghman - Frontier Lawman Supreme; Man of Iron - Horse of Steel; The Schoolteacher who arrested Geronimo; The Making of an Outlaw Queen (Florence Quick); The Last Indian Massacre; Man Burner from Texas; California's Notorious Gun and Scalpel Bandit. Please note: Cover states this is the February issue but Table of Contents states it is the March issue. 
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The Saturday Evening Post, March 23, 1957 -  Victor Borge / Operation Sharkbait / Preventing Premature Births, Case, Victoria; Ruhen, Olaf; Brimmer, Lenor & Kenneth; Mayse, Arthur; Yoder, Robert; Smith, Beverly; Hauser, Ernest; Libler, John; Borge, Victor; Blair, Col. Charles F. Jr.; Wolf, Bill; Von Rosenstiel, W.; Le May, Alan; Case, Robert
5 Case, Victoria; Ruhen, Olaf; Brimmer, Lenor & Kenneth; Mayse, Arthur; Yoder, Robert; Smith, Beverly; Hauser, Ernest; Libler, John; Borge, Victor; Blair, Col. Charles F. Jr.; Wolf, Bill; Von Rosenstiel, W.; Le May, Alan; Case, Robert The Saturday Evening Post, March 23, 1957 - Victor Borge / Operation Sharkbait / Preventing Premature Births
USA The Curtis Publishing Company 1957 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Clymer, John (cover); Langley, Alex; Harris, R.G.; Rabut, Paul; Hilbery, Bob; Conner, Mac; Otnes, Fred; 
126 pages. Fiction: Problem Mother; The Face of Death; First Baby; The Forbidden Island; Kiowa Moon (part 2 of 7); The Golden Shadow (conclusion). Articles: How an Amblance Chaser Works - other people's accidents make him money; If a President Collapses - proposed solutions to the problem of what to do if/when a President falls ill; The Face of America - The Golden Triangle - large color photo of the Monongahela meeting the Allegheny River; We are on the Spot in Spain - Franco's dictatorship rests on a powder keg; Premature Births Can Be Prevented - Releasin is used to delay labor - with photo of Mrs. Lorraine Yarsinsky and her triplets; Everybody Laughs at Me - Victor Borge - par 6 of 7 - his feud with Rudy Vallee, and the day he was arrested as a spy; We Flew Operation Sharkbait - Col. Charles F. Blair, Jr., USAF Res. recounts the harrowing tension-filled hoursin a jet fighter that spanned the Atlantic on a hush-hush test flight - the first Great Circle Route flight to Europe in a Thunderstreak Interceptor; Fishing at its Fanciest - article and great color photos from Palm Beach; My Ware with the Army - W.H. Von Rosenstiel got no mail for three months so went over his colonel's head - with astounding results; Should your child be a Librarian? Ads: Winston cigarettes (taste good); Pream coffee; Amana fridges (very nostalgic); Hart Schaffner & Marx clothing - with color photos of Dr. Joyce Brothers and Hal March of the $64,000 Question; 'Eggs Belong in Breakfast'; Presto appliances; Nice 1-page color ad for Boeing's 707; Ford cars - two-page color photo; Westinghouse washer - the famous 'sand test'; Tareyton; Pontiac cars - nice yellow Super Chief two-door hardtop; Baldwin Organs; GMC Air Suspension Tractors - two color pages; Union Pacific Railroad Vacations; RCA TV Service; Underwood Typewriters (golden gloves); Allis-Chalmers - 2-page ad showing their cement plant; USS United States Steel with illustration of futuristic bridge; GMAC color photo ad with old ladies telling young mom what to do; Nice two-page Borg-Warner ad in 'believe-it-or-not' format; Nice one-page color Pepsi adshows young painting couple; Magnavox High Fidelity TVs; MacGregor baseball gloves - featuring Red Schoendienst; GM two-page photo ad features Amanda, Ohio, home of GM supplier Mid-West Fabricating - with photos of Stanton Johns, Francis and Helen Crago, Dick Young, and L.E. Conrad; Evinrude outboard motors - nice color-photo ad; Ponderosa Pine Windows; Anchor Fence; IBM Selectric Typewriters; Santa Fe Super Chief; Briggs & Stratton engines; Nice Viceroy cigarette ad features bowler Don Carter; Chrysler 4-door hardtop Windsor - color photo; Betty Crocker Li'l Angel Food Cake Mix ad on back cover. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, May 16, 1936: Mussolini (Il Duce) Cover Photo, Chesterton, G. K.; Et al
6 Chesterton, G. K.; Et al The Illustrated London News, May 16, 1936: Mussolini (Il Duce) Cover Photo
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch 1936 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Pages 843- 890. Features: Front cover photo portrait of Mussolini with King Victor Emmanuel of Italy, proclaimed Emperor of Abyssinia; Nice photo of Mrs. Amy Mollison, who made a record flight from Gravesend to the Cape of Good Hope; Photos of King Faruk returning to Cairo from England;M. Drouillet is arrested after gallant escapade in the impounded airplane of the Emperor of Abyssinia; Photo of first funeral service in an RAF plane, for aircraftman William Watkin; Photo of the car in which King Alexander and M. Barthou were assassinated being presented to Yugoslavia by France; Photo-illustrated article entitled The Doom of the Mountain Zebra; Photo of Dr. Herms' insect killing lamp; Interesting one-page photo of an unusual French military ceremony - the presentation of the standard of the 505th Regiment of tanks, at the Vannes; One-page photo of the stratosphere, "dust sphere", and the Earth's curvature - from the highest point ever reached (72,395') - taken over South Dakota during a record-breaking balloon ascent; One page photo of the highest vertical photograph ever made - South Dakota from over 13 miles above it; Two pages of photos illustrate the ongoing discovery of unexploded World War I munitions (these shells are salvaged by a French Desobusage company); Photo illustrated article on a "Mystery" tomb found intact beside the second pyramid; Large photo of huge crowd assembled to hear Mussolini announce Italy's sovereignty over Abyssinia; Photo of Mussolini presiding over the fascist Grand Council; Two pages of photos show the defeated Emperor of Abyssinia in exile - Haile Selassie and his Empress take refuge in Palestine; Photos of personalities of the week include Prince Mohamed Aly, H. G. G. Payne, Miss Beatrice Harraden, Sir Firoz Khan Noon, Edward Laurillard, Miss Jean Batten, Mr. Charles Laughton, M. Serge Lifar, Sir Alfred Watson, S. J. Camp, Louis Silken, Dr. Oswald Spengler, and the Duke of York; Page of photos of prominent figures in the inquiry into the alleged leakage of budget information; Recommended site for statue to memorialize King George; Photo inside the Moose River disaster - where the entombed man spent most of their 242 hours below ground; Photo of funeral for Mr. Magill who died in the Moose River mine disaster; Photo of the Princess of Nagode after her marriage to the Maharajah of Sirmur; Two pages of photos of birds of Galapagos; one-page Guinness ad features Alice in Wonderland motif; One-page Harrods ad features bedroom suite; Photos of the wind tunnel at Chiswick which are used to test transit buses; One-page Austin Reed men's fashion ad; Halfpage photo ad for the Alvis limousine; Back cover ad for Douglas Stuart (Stuart House of London). Faint store stamp to advertising front cover. Please note: pages 867-868 not included. One page loose but present. Moderate wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, April 19,1943 -  Planes Over the Battlefield!, Fuqua, Stephen O.; Pratt, William V.
7 Fuqua, Stephen O.; Pratt, William V. Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, April 19,1943 - Planes Over the Battlefield!
USA Weekly Publications 1943 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
96 pages. Features: Regent cigarette ad features illustrations of Fred Astaire, Bing Crosby and Vera Zorina; Brief obituaries for Alexandre Millerand, Daniel C. Roper, Mrs. Janet Roper, Tomas Garrido Canabal, and Richard D. Sears Sr.; Photo of Margie Hart, ex-burlesque stripper; Nice ad for the Hotel Pennsylvania in New York; Allies dashing after Rommel to push him into trap; Major war coverage; Hitler's Outstanding Military Mistakes; Photo shows the hierarchy of Allied Air command in Tunisia - Sir Arthur W. Tedder, Carl A. Spaatz, James H. Doolittle, Arthur Coningham and Harry Broadhurst; Diagram of immersion bombing ships; The need for air power in the Pacific; Photo of Hitler with King Boris of Bulgaria at Berchtesgaden; photo of testing a 16" gun over the Chesapeake; Fascinating one-page color ad by Kimberly-Clark shows English cop arresting man for tossing a candy wrapper - because he didn't recycle it for the war effort!; Photo of P.L. Sequestri whose leg was amputated on Guadalcanal; True story of de Gaulle visit shows blocks to French Unity; Bancor and Unitas steal show from rest of currency plan - article with photos of Keynes and White; The Treasury Postwar Plan for Money; Rough Detroit Red Wings sweep the NHL finals amids shower of pucks and barrage of bottles article with photo of Jim Orlando - who was arrested for draft evasion; Nice color Schlitz ad features swallows (birds); Archbishop Francis J. Spellman - article and photo; Photo of 8'-7" Cliff Thompson, a junior at Marquette School of Law; Great propaganda ad shows two mean looking Nazi soldiers beneath the caption "If they win... only our dead are free."; Bell Aircraft color ad inside back cover shows Jap air base being strafed; and much more. Above-average wear and soiling. Covers almost loose. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Wide World, The Magazine For Men, December (Dec.) 1916, No. 224, Vol. 38 - My Seven Years' Imprisonment in Prussia, Goodchild, G.; Francis, D.; Dickie, F.; "Muzaffer"; Willey, D.; Brandreth, C.; Anderson, A.; Et al
8 Goodchild, G.; Francis, D.; Dickie, F.; "Muzaffer"; Willey, D.; Brandreth, C.; Anderson, A.; Et al Wide World, The Magazine For Men, December (Dec.) 1916, No. 224, Vol. 38 - My Seven Years' Imprisonment in Prussia
New York The International News Company 1916 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Gilbert, A.; Holloway, W.H.; Wood, Stanley L.; Pitcher, N.S.; Bates, L.; Leist, Fred; Wigfull, W.E.; Reynolds, Warwick; Montford, C.E.; Wood, Esmond 
Pages 98-190 plus 22 pages of ads. Features: Scabano of Porcupine River - a Yukon tale recounted by Mr. Charles Glenney; "His Lordship" - what happened when a 'real, live, lord' came to visit the factor John Macdonald in charge of Fort Rice Post, Mackenzieland, Canada; Canada's Last Frontier - Francis J. Dickie visits Canada's Peace River Country - Part I of article with photos; In the Droving Days - an 1896 story of a 'grass-stealer' in Australia; Under the Keel - a 1908 story of a scary diving experience; The Fire-Fighters of the Wilds - America's defensive organization to protect her great forests - article with many great photos; The Light Blue Envelope - a well-known French detective-inspector, a member of the Surete Generale explains how he unravelled a South American poisoning mystery; My Seven Years' Imprisonment in Prussia - M. Paul Chorenne, a French Engineer, was arrested as a suspected spy - here are recounted two of his dramatic attempted escapes; Fishers of the Air - for a thousand years the residents of Cava Dei Tirreni in Italy have hunted wild pigeons with slings and nets - with fascinating photos; The Mutiny of the Z - part two of one of the worst mutinies to ever occur on a British ship; A Desperate Drive - a battle for life with hunger-crazed wolves; A Deal in Eggs - how two youths made money out of rotten eggs; An Englishwoman in South America - part 1 of this photo-illustrated article about Mrs. M. Mayer-Nixson on the West Coast of South America; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A sound copy of this fascinating vintage issue. 
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Pictorial Weekly Magazine, March 31, 1928, No. 1,504, Vol. CXVI:  How Jockeys Are Made, Lidstone, F.G.; Wren, P.C.; Wingfield, Walter; Greenwood, A.G.; Ince, Clifford; Jay, Thomas; Noble, J.C. Bristowe; Stout, E. Almaz; Shepstone, Harold J.; Bradford, Dorothy; England, John
9 Lidstone, F.G.; Wren, P.C.; Wingfield, Walter; Greenwood, A.G.; Ince, Clifford; Jay, Thomas; Noble, J.C. Bristowe; Stout, E. Almaz; Shepstone, Harold J.; Bradford, Dorothy; England, John Pictorial Weekly Magazine, March 31, 1928, No. 1,504, Vol. CXVI: How Jockeys Are Made
London Amalgamated Press, Ltd. 1928 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Pages 241-280. Features: 2L0 Today - article with photos - a tour of the studios, how programmes are arranged, wonders of the control room; Belzebuth - a fine story of the Foreign Legion in Algeria; Variety Star of Today - Will Fyffe - photo-illustrated article; Rich Little Poor Girl (short story); What Will Petticoat Government Mean? - Will Britain be any better whan all women have votes? - article with photo of arrested Suffragette; Lucky Little 'Uns of the Turf - photo-illustrated article on how horse jockeys are made; Shadowed Love (continued); Interesting article on soap - with great photo of acres of soap at Port Sunlight; Ghost Towns of Western USA - great photo-illustrated article of the ghost town of Rhyolte; In the Spring (fiction); Infamies of the Third Degree - the official 'torture system' which disgraces civilization; and more. Staples disintegrated. Bit of writing on back cover. Above-average but not excessive wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Saturday Evening Post, December 27, 1952 - What I Learned From the Russians; / "21" Restaurant in New York, Lynch, James Charles; Cloete, Stuart; Black, Dorothy; Murphy, Robert; Stevenson, Frank M.; Wertenbaker, Charles; Spence, Hartzell; Pringle, Henry and Katherine; Metzner, Lt. Comdr. Franklin; Higgins, Marguerite; Perry, G.; McGivern, W.; Cottrell, D.
10 Lynch, James Charles; Cloete, Stuart; Black, Dorothy; Murphy, Robert; Stevenson, Frank M.; Wertenbaker, Charles; Spence, Hartzell; Pringle, Henry and Katherine; Metzner, Lt. Comdr. Franklin; Higgins, Marguerite; Perry, G.; McGivern, W.; Cottrell, D. The Saturday Evening Post, December 27, 1952 - What I Learned From the Russians; / "21" Restaurant in New York
USA The Curtis Publishing Company 1952 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Dohanos, Stevan (cover); Smith, William A.; Lester, Gene; Stevens, Peter; Ross, Frank; Sewell, Amos; Hilbert, Bob; Schaeffer, Mead; Bomberger, Bruce; 
76 pages. Fiction: The Lady Wasn't Bashful; The Cradle; Men are Naturally Dangerous; The Killer of Hourglass Lake; The Magic Afternoon; The Big Heat (part 1 of 7); The Secret of the Purple Reefs (part 4 of 8). Articles: Our Baby Was Born Blind; Manhattan's Haughtiest Eatery - "21"; The Mystery of the Private Chapel - at Bailey's Harbor, WI; Congress Vs. the Plunging Neckline - photo of Mrs. Winfield Smart and family of Falls Church, VA; I Fly the Night Skies Over Korea - Lt. Comdr. Franklin Metzner, USN flys blind night after night hunting the Reds, dodging unmapped mountains and sweating through flak traps; What I Learned from the Russians - photo-illustrated article by Marguerite Higgins who was arrested by the Reds; The Town Where it Rains Money - color photos of Rockdale, Texas Where Alcoa is building a new plant; The Best Player I Ever Coached - Paul (Bear) Bryant on Bob Gain. Ads: Boeing's Project X; Detroit Diesel - with color photo of Budd rail diesel car; Campbell's Soup; Fantastic two-page color photo Seven-Up (7-up) ad; 1st Lieutenant Lloyd L. Burke, U.S. Army Medal of Honour winner is featured in a U.S. Defense Bond ad; Coke ad on back cover features the four seasons. Above-average but not excessive wear. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Maclean's Magazine, 18 September 1965 *Cover Photo of Charlie Chamberlain / Colour CTV Centerfold Ad*, Multiple Contributors
11 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, 18 September 1965 *Cover Photo of Charlie Chamberlain / Colour CTV Centerfold Ad*
Toronto Maclean-Hunter Limited 1965 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: Foreign doctors in Canada who 'Aren't Good Enough'; A Man is Hanged - an article on Capital Punishment by Alexander Ross - Parliament has been promised a free vote on the matter - the Turpin/Lucas execution could be the last in Canada; One doctor's lonely, costly battle for medicare - Dr. Sam Wolfe; Everybody here loves Charlie Chamberlain, of Don Messer's Jubilee; Why do we laugh?, by Joan Weatherseed; Downtown in the Arctic - Russia lifts the curtain on Arctic Siberia for a team of Canadian experts - a firsthand report by Jack Austin, with colour photos; My 4 Hours as a Spy - Wendy Michener innocently snapped a picture in East Germany and was arrested; Remember when people came first (not pets), by Robert Thomas Allen; When Canada Built the Strongest Men (and women) in the World! - Louis Cyr and Mme Henri (Marie-Louise) Cloutier; Rare and *fatastic* colour CTV centerfold promotes many of their tv shows; and more. Average wear. Minor moisture stains to upper corners. Address label on front cover. A sound copy. 
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Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, April 24, 1939, Multiple Contributors
12 Multiple Contributors Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, April 24, 1939
Dayton, Ohio, USA Weekly Publications, Inc. 1939 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
52 pages. Features: Cecil B. De Mille is featured in a Union Pacific Railroad ad; Interesting Comptometer one-page photo ad explains how Macy's used 325 of these business machines to boost office efficiency; Great ad for the Olds '60' 2-door sedan; FDR's plea to dictators hastens showdown in Congress; Hobboes of America - 31st convention; Photo of William B. Bankhead and family; Nice color ad for the La Salle car (maroon 5-passenger 4dr touring sedan featured); Europe's armies match size of forces mobilized in 1914 - diplomats struggle to stave off outbreak; Photo of Goering with Mussolini in Rome; Netherlands ready to release flood if Hitler invades; Father-in-law scorned by Zog now Premier of puppet Albania; Trotsky leaves the Mexican home of Diego Rivera; Palestine Conference resumes on Egyptian soil - Arab leader, Abdul Rahim Haj Mohammed killed by British two weeks prior; Guerrillas harass Japanese after trickling through lines; Tenth year of the Curtis String Quartet - write-up with photo; Photo of Elektro, the cigarette-smoking robot who will star at the NY World's Fair; Boston Bruins defeat Toronto Maple Leafs to win Stanley Cup - story with great team photo; Nice one-page ad for the Cine-Kodak Eight movie camera; Nice one-page photo ad for Ford V-8 Trucks for 1939 featuring a dump truck owned by S.H. Bacon of Los Angeles; Photo of Ida Tarbell and review of her autobiography; Charles Lindbergh returns to US; Otelia Augspurger Compton is chosen as "The American Mother" for 1939; Obituary for mystery writer Willard Huntington Wright (S.S. Van Dine); Barter plan for war supplies to be pressed by Washington; Pepsi-Cola ownership lawsuit is settled in favor of Charles G. Guth; Edward J. Noble; Morris Anolik arrested for dealing in gold; The Menasco "Uni-Twin" airplane engine; Hudson car ad inside back cover; Great color-photo ad for Lucky Strike cigarettes on back cover features tobacco auctioneer F.E. McLaughlin in action; and much more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy 
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The Canadian Magazine, 20 February 1971  *THE NIAGARA DAREDEVILS/PART 6 OF 'THE MOB'*, Multiple Contributors
13 Multiple Contributors The Canadian Magazine, 20 February 1971 *THE NIAGARA DAREDEVILS/PART 6 OF 'THE MOB'*
Toronto Southstar 1971 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: The Niagara Daredevils - Red Hill Jr. tried to go over and was killed - his brother says he'll try in June; "As an Abortionist I was Really doing something to help people" - When Dr. Robert Makaroff was arrested in Vancouver last March, he had performed more than 1,000 illegal abortions; Stretch denim fashion feature; What a golf pro does in winter - Len Ellerton uses a videotape recording machine to help students with their swings; A guide to Golf Etiquette; Yummm Yogurt! - food feature; Part 6 of 'The Mob' - The Bookies - They're crime's biggest moneymakers - Montreal bookie Gary Ball; Maggie Grant; Doug Wright's Family; and more. Clean and unmarked with average wear. 
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The Saturday Evening Post, November 24, 1962 *THE HOT WAR IN ASIA*, Multiple Contributors
14 Multiple Contributors The Saturday Evening Post, November 24, 1962 *THE HOT WAR IN ASIA*
USA Curtis 1962 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: Mis-Applied Science, by Dr. Albert E. Burke - America is losing tomorrow's battles by insisting that scientists concentrate on producing better mousetraps; The Hot War in Vietnam - Can the U.S. win it?; Master of the Jab - Ho Chi Minh is waging the kind of war he knows best; Sunday's Gladiators - as the armed (pro football) combatants struggle before the crowds, there are reminders of ancient Rome; The Charmed Life of Gangster Tony Accardo - arrested 23 times but never convicted; That Bowl of Fire Called Chili - a peppery dish invented by the pioneers of the old Southwest is still savored by their descendants; My Awful Wedded Husband, by Mrs. Kirk Douglas; Inside the Frozen Mountain - colour photos from deep inside Wyoming's Fossil Mountain; Let'em Eat... Turkey - the crisis that erupted when the Veep missed Thanksgiving dinner in Korea, by Walter M. Turner; Boy's Home on the Range - at Boy's Ranch in the rugged cow country of Texas' Panhandle, Cal Farley uses work, love and discipline to turn bad boys into good ones. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. Colour Corvair ad inside front cover. *Awesome* colour cadillac ad on page 9. 
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The War Illustrated - 5 January, 1918, Multiple Contributors
15 Multiple Contributors The War Illustrated - 5 January, 1918
London Amalgamated 1918 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Article by Lovat Fraser - War Problems of the New Year; Gallant charge of the Fort Garry Horse (photos) - Lieutenant H. Strachan; Chinese men view war's ruin in west; Photos of Australians in France; French Premier with the heroes of Mort Homme; 'Thunderers' (gunes) that defy the foe before Verdun; Glimpses of East Africa from a German Camera; How I was arrested as a spy - an experience undergone three times by Hamilton Fyfe during Russia's spy-fever; Cambrai illustrations; Spotting for the Guns - adventures of John S. Margerison, Observation Officer of the Kite Balloons; From the Yser and Somme to Brenta and Piave; The Kaiser as Patron of the 'Prince of Hell' (illustrations); Airship that searches the sea for submarines; War-time wages and prices - causes and effects of their simultaneous increase (article); Forcing the entrance to Palestine at Gaza (illustrations); Photos of American Engineers who aid the British guards; Photos of English women engaged in agriculture on the home front; Photos of Victoria Cross (V.C.) recipients Pte. M.J. O'Rourke, Sergt. J. Ockenden; Pte. W.H. Butler; Cpl. E.A. Egerton (brief text included); The South Lancashires - 1 page (with photo) information about this regiment. Average wear. Unmarked. Staples disintegrated. A sound copy. 
Price: 89.95 USD
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The Wide World Magazine: Volume 11 - May Through October 1903, Multiple Contributors
16 Multiple Contributors The Wide World Magazine: Volume 11 - May Through October 1903
London George Newnes 1903 First Edition Hardcover Fair 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall Multiple Illustrators 
Features: The "Hold-Up" at Fenelon; Avalances; A Tramp in Spain - VI; Hunting the Giant Tortoise; A Desert Tragedy; The Land of the Shrimp-God; How "Buffalo Bill" Won his Name; The Looting of the "Bang Yee"; On the March in the Bahr-El-Ghazal - III; Francisca Machalek, the female burglar; The Wilson Life Insurance Fraud; "Monkey"; The Happenings of a Night; A West African Mutiny; Paris to New York Overland - IV; A Chapter of Mishaps; My Experiences at Kano - I; Besieged in a Tree; The Man-Stealers; In the Grip of the Quagmire; The Monks' Republic; The Strange Case of the "Ferret"; The Calculut Affair; Some Japanese Signboards; A Tramp in Spain - VII; Hoist By His Own Petard; The Island of Captive Kings; The March of "Coxey's Army"; Sport and Adventure in Gallaland - I; In the Land of the "Never-Never"; The Range War; A Thousand Miles in a Refrigerator; Sport and Adventure in Gallaland - II; How the Treasure was Saved; A Tardy Vindication; Rambles in Macedonia; Attacked by Wolves in the Desert; A Tramp in Spain - VIII; My Experiences at Kano - II; Defective in the Barrel; The Last of the Bushrangers; Prisons of Many Lands; The Solving of a Mystery; "Meistertrunk" at Rothenburg; The Shrine by the Nujha Bridge; Among the Buriats; Adrift on a Raft; A Night of Horrors; The Narcissus Festival at Montreux; A Mountain of Salt; After the "Mad Mullah"; A Unique Summer Residence; The Wandering Jew; With the British to Sokoto; John Glover of Texas; A Baby Parade; How the Gipsy Queen found her lover; A Cargo of Cats; A Tramp in Spain; When the Water Came Down; A Mystery of the Bush; The Story of My Chinese God; A Battle with a Rhino; After the "Mad Mullah" - II; The Pursuit of Captain Victor - II; The Cave-Dwellers of Mexoco; Calamity Jane; With the British to Sokoto - II; Arrested as Spies; When Niagara Ran Dry; The Flying Dutchman; Among the South Sea Cannibals - I; Across Sumatra in a Motor-Car; A Tramp in Spain - X; Our Attempt to Reach Mecca; A Puma Hunt in Surrey; Entombed in a Capsized Ship; With the British to Sokoto - II; The Apotheosis of Simpson; Our Quiet Little Shooting Trip; My Adventure with a Lunatic; A Tramp in Spain - XI; Sacred Town of Mandhata; Mystery of Silver Bow Valley; Among the South Sea Cannibals - II; A Night in a God-House; The Tragedy of the "Maria" and My Part in it; The Red Pig of Poora; Two-Thousand Miles in a Trawler; The Most Inaccessible Place in China; What Happened at Morelia; The Blumencorso at Hamburg. Heavily worn. Backstrip almost detached. Binding open after second blank leaf. A worthy reading copy. 
Price: 499.95 USD
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Time Magazine, July 28, 1967 - Patrick Moynihan Cover Illustration, Multiple Contributors
17 Multiple Contributors Time Magazine, July 28, 1967 - Patrick Moynihan Cover Illustration
New York Time Inc. 1967 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Contents: U.S. Riots - photo of burned plant in Erie and an arrest in Minneapolis; Photo of Javits with Nelson Rockefeller; Time Essay - Violence in America; Hong Kong Leftsits arrested in raid; Negro women eating boxes of laundry starch!; The Turkish Tycoons of Soul - Wexler, Nesuhi & Ahmet Ertugun; Eight pages of photos of tourism in the USSR: Pentacostal Tongues and Converts; Photo of Joe Frazier after defeating George Chuvalo; Photo of Leo Durocher; Drunks in the Bowery; Dissolving Silver for Kodak Film - silver price coming alive; and much more. Unmarked. Average wear. 
Price: 79.95 USD
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True West Magazine: January 1984, Multiple Contributors
18 Multiple Contributors True West Magazine: January 1984
USA Western Publications Inc. 1984 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Society Honours James Willard Schultz; They Loved Billy the Kid - to them he was 'Billito'; Venerial Diseases among Frontier Troops; The Craziest Trial in California - the first criminal trial held at Sutter's Fort; The Boy Who Turned in the Younger Gang - 17 year-old Asle Sorbel; This Texas Outlaw Had Nine Lives - Dan Bogan, alias Bill McCoy; Shootout at Poplar Grove - Gun Battle in Kennewick, Washington rivaled OK Corral Showdown; The Outlaw Trail - winding from northern Montana to Miles City, then south to Hole-in-the-Wall, Wyoming; A Sensational Holdup - More than 75 people robbed for 3 horses by the Martin Gang on the Osage Indian Reservation; Wanted - Roy Bean - Before he was the law west of anything, he was arrested in San Antonio for resisting an officer and assault; Killings in Wyoming - Otto Franc's famed Pitchfork Ranch in Big Horn County, Wyoming; Settlers Loved Berry Pies - Forgottin Frontier Food, Part III. Clean, bright and unmarked with light wear. Nice copy. 
Price: 129.95 USD
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The RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) Quarterly - January 1973  Vol. 38 No. 1, Shaw, S/Sgt. T.E. G.: Editor
19 Shaw, S/Sgt. T.E. G.: Editor The RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) Quarterly - January 1973 Vol. 38 No. 1
Canada RCMP 1973 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
84 pages. Features: Bell 212 Helicopter in Newfoundland; Brun - RCMP Horses in Alberta; Hidden Liquor Well; Cree Tattooing; Bootleg Fish - Nova Scotia; The Alberta Provincial Police; Robbery or Mischief in Haney, B.C.; Constable John Clisby; Arrested German POWs; and much more. Moderate wear. Prior owner's details black out atop title page else unmarked. Sound copy. 
Price: 69.95 USD
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The Illustrated London News - June 3, 1961, Various Contributors
20 Various Contributors The Illustrated London News - June 3, 1961
London The Illustrated London News 1961 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features/Photos: British expedition conquers Nuptse, the last great undefeated peak in the Himilayan group; The Duke of Gloucester reviews his regiment; Royal Wedding in Amman, Jordan - King Hussein and his English bride; The Church of Scotland; South Korean military coup d'etat; Nazis arrested in New Orleans; Freedom Riders arrested in Alabama; Princess Margaret Expecting a baby; Centrefold colour cutaway illustration of the 'ship of the century', the great P&O liner Canberra; The Archaeological exploration of the Negev; The Vanden Plas Princess 3 litre; and more. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. Quality copy. 
Price: 99.95 USD
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