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Inland Architect, Chicago Chapter, American Institute of Architects (AIA), November (Nov.) 1967 - Theater Building for American Cities, Adler, Dankmar
1 Adler, Dankmar Inland Architect, Chicago Chapter, American Institute of Architects (AIA), November (Nov.) 1967 - Theater Building for American Cities
USA American Institute of Architects (AIA), Chicago Chapter 1967 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
14 pages. Illustrated in black and white. Feature: Photo-illustrated excerpts from two-page article on Theater-Building for American Cities by Dankmar Adler which appeared in The Engineering Magazine in 1894; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A sound copy. 
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The Model Craftsman - The Home Mechanic's Magazine, March 1936, Volume 4, Number 10, Anderson, Graham; MacNabb, Angus; Mines, Gilbert; Spon, W. Edmonds; Gentl, Eric; Crosby, Wm. F.; Ashford, Major S.D.; Loucks, P.W.; Doherty, Lawrence; Thorp, Edward E.; Moyer, Roger, Zaic, Frank & Associates; Frazier, R.C.; Olmstead, G.A.; Cox
2 Anderson, Graham; MacNabb, Angus; Mines, Gilbert; Spon, W. Edmonds; Gentl, Eric; Crosby, Wm. F.; Ashford, Major S.D.; Loucks, P.W.; Doherty, Lawrence; Thorp, Edward E.; Moyer, Roger, Zaic, Frank & Associates; Frazier, R.C.; Olmstead, G.A.; Cox The Model Craftsman - The Home Mechanic's Magazine, March 1936, Volume 4, Number 10
East Stroudsburg, PA Model Craftsman Publishing Corp. 1936 First Edition Paperback Fair Stapled 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
64 pages. Includes black and white photos and many detailed drawings. Features: A Narrow Gauge Engine; A Harbor Tug; Modelmaking - Past and Present; "Royal Blue" $1,150.00 Prize Model Building Contest; Wall Sconce; A 17' Sailboat; Automatic Signals; The Fireplace Shovel (cont'd from last month); "Signals - And How' - part 2; How Gas Engines Work; A Gasoline Powered Model Airplane; The Dockyard - marine matters; A Hanging Lamp; A Bow Lathe; What the Clubs are Doing; Tinplate Topics; "O" Steam Locomotive - completing the engine and raising steam; So You're Going to the Model Show; Average external wear and soiling. Unmarked. Binding intact. A sound vintage issue of this eminently practical and very informative publication. 
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Baldwin Locomotives, October 1928, Author Not Stated
3 Author Not Stated Baldwin Locomotives, October 1928
Philadelphia, PA The Baldwin Locomotive Works (BLW) 1928 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
84 pages. Features: Where do good locomotives go when they die?; The Western Maryland Railway - very long article with dozens of super photos; James McNaughton - obituary; Locomotive Coal, Sand and Cinder Handling Facilities - article and wonderful photos of contemporary technology; The Island of Jamaica and its Railway system - Substantial article with many great photos; Recent locomotives; The Building of a large flanging press - superlative article and photos describe the fabrication of a 1,400 ton Southwark press destined for use in the Eddystone plant; An Epoch in the History of Industry - June 28 marked the completion of the final transfer of the Works from Philadelphia to Eddystone - extensive coverage and numerous photos; The Commonwealth Edison Company and the Chicago & Illinois Midland Railway - article with photos; Heavy Trains and runs on the Chinese Eastern Railway - lengthy article with many archival photos - superb documentation; A Notable Shipment of All-Steel Passenger Equipment for Brazil - fascinating photos and description of the loading of 23 rail cars onto the motorship "Belpareil"; A Unique Logging Railroad - the Porterfield & Ellis Company of Ontonagon County, Michigan - interesting article and photos; Gasoline Locomotives for Industrial Switching - built by Whitcomb; Ten pages of excellent photo ads. Average external soiling and wear. Binding intact. Prior owner's small namestamp atop table of contents. A sound vintage copy. 
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Sights and Scenes of the World: A Series of Magnificent Photographic Views Embracing the World of Nature and Art, People's Series, No. 11, 6 January 1894, Author Not Stated
4 Author Not Stated Sights and Scenes of the World: A Series of Magnificent Photographic Views Embracing the World of Nature and Art, People's Series, No. 11, 6 January 1894
Chicago W.B. Conkey Company 1894 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
16 pages. 13" x 10.5" oblong. Wonderful full-page black and white photos of: The Tower of London; Ely Cathedral, England; The City of Berlin; The Doges', or Ducal Palace, Venice; The Interior of the Gesuiti Church, Venice; Town of Chamounix, Switzerland; Summit of Mont Blanc; The Temple of Karnak; Circular Quay, Sydney, Australia; The White House, Washington, D.C.; The City of Quebec, Canada; Treasury Building, Santiago, Chili (Chile); Solis Theatre, Montevideo, Uruguay; Gate to the Alcazar, Seville; Travelers ascending the Great Pyramid; The Theatre of Dionysius, Athens. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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Sights and Scenes of the World: A Series of Magnificent Photographic Views Embracing the World of Nature and Art, People's Series, No. 7, 9 December 1893, Author Not Stated
5 Author Not Stated Sights and Scenes of the World: A Series of Magnificent Photographic Views Embracing the World of Nature and Art, People's Series, No. 7, 9 December 1893
Chicago W.B. Conkey Company 1893 First Edition Paperback Fair 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
16 pages. 13" x 10.5" oblong. Full-page black and white photos of: Heidelberg; Parliament Building in Vienna; The Colusseum in Rome; Statue of Moses by Michaelangelo; The Roman Forum; The Campo Santo, Genoa, Italy; Cathedral of Notre Dame, Paris; The Place of La Bastile, Paris; The Table on which Napoleon I signed his abdication; The Dairy of Marie Antoinette, Versailles; View of Amsterdam, Holland; The Naerodal Pass, Norway; Gothenburg, Sweden; The National Theatre, Copenhagen, Denmark; Place Dom Pedro, Lisbon; City of Jaffa, Palestine. Minor moisture exposure. Unmarked. Average wear. 
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Telephone Talk, July-August 1943, Vol. 38, No. 4 - Magazine of the British Columbia Telephone Company, Author Not Stated
6 Author Not Stated Telephone Talk, July-August 1943, Vol. 38, No. 4 - Magazine of the British Columbia Telephone Company
Vancouver British Columbia Telephone Company 1943 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall Lindsay, Jack; Parkinson, M.C. 
28 pages. Loaded with black and white photos. Contents include: Photo of Vedder Miller and Harold Dodsworth working on cables in the Cedar telephone building in Vancouver; Mrs. Operater Laura Mann at work; Susan Allison and Mary Gallo; Photos of the Princeton telephone office; Clarence Boulier at Princeton; Many photos of employees happily engaged in social activities; Miss Barbara Lovatt with her accordion; Photos of portions of Vancouver's long distance office; Article and photos of flood affecting Mission and Agassiz, including washed-out bridge; Miss Peggy Love; 15 Years ago in company history; Company sports activities; Marriage-related activities of employees. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Professional Photographer Magazine, December 1982, Ayotte, Don; Cambra, Ann; et al
7 Ayotte, Don; Cambra, Ann; et al The Professional Photographer Magazine, December 1982
USA PPA Publications 1982 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
66 pages. Features: Orbital photography; From chaos to cabinets; Getting involved brings rewards; Focus on junior high; Part-time travelogues lead to full-time audiovisual production; Improve sales with better filing; Converting is cheaper than building - abandoned service stations provide inexpensive studio locations; Tax talk. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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Telephone Talk, March - April 1955: Magazine of the British Columbia Telephone Company (B.C. Tel.) -  Kamloops in Camera, B.C. Tel. Staff
8 B.C. Tel. Staff Telephone Talk, March - April 1955: Magazine of the British Columbia Telephone Company (B.C. Tel.) - Kamloops in Camera
Vancouver British Columbia Telephone Company (B.C. Tel) 1955 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Cable, Eric; Lindsay, Jack 
32 pages. Features: Amazing one-page photo of Fred Einarson working 100 feet above Fisherman's Cove as he repars a cable to Eagle Island; Nice Aerial photo of downtown Vancouver looking from the south-southwest; Six photos of Kamloops staff at work; Photos of installation of New Westminster automatic equipment; Photos of company services being used inside Vancouver's new Public Safety Building; Photos of Cranbrook Staff - at work and at their public ball!; Photos relating to the installation of new automatic equipment for Cloverdale; Photos of dancing and skating employees; Photo of Fred (Mickey) Sharp who helped police capture bank robbers; 1954 Annual Report Highlights; Record expansion this year; Short article on pay phones; Retirees; In Memoriam - Frank C. Paterson and Robert B. Smith; social news; and much more. Lower corner of covers and pages bumped/worn, otherwise average wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Newsweek Magazine, August (Aug.) 10, 1981 - Japan's High-Tech Challenge, Barton, Clare Bishop; Axthelm, Pete; Greenfield, Meg; et al
9 Barton, Clare Bishop; Axthelm, Pete; Greenfield, Meg; et al Newsweek Magazine, August (Aug.) 10, 1981 - Japan's High-Tech Challenge
New York Newsweek 1982 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Kamifuku, Tom H. (Cover) 
72 pages. Features: Two-page color-photo ad for the Ford Series 10 tractor, "The World Tractor"; The Tuskegee Airmen Keep on Flying - the 99th Fighter Squadron and the 332nd Fighter Group and the 477th Bomber Group were the only all-black flying units organized by the US Air Force in WWII; Justice Rose Bird of the California Supreme Court; Reagan's War on Drugs - major article with photos, including George Bush Sr. leaning on bales of marijuana; Tax Bill politics in D.C.; A New Look at Child Labor; Jimmy Hoffa Legally Dead; Killenworth Mansion on Long Island - Soviet nest spying on local defense industries?; Bedford, IN - limestone capital of the world - Merle Edington and his Great Pyramid replica; Reagan's middle east peacemaker Philip Habib; Volkswagen Scirocco ad; Yassir Arafat - skilled in P.R.; Indira Gadhi's New Beginning; Vintage ad for Mattel Electronics' Intellivision "Starstrike" (Star Strike) video game; Peace shattered in Zimbabwe; Report from Tajikistan and the impact of the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan; Color photo of tennis player Hu Na; Elvis Costello - No More Mr. Bad Guy; The University of San Francisco drops its basketball program - The High Price of Cheating; William P. Tavoulareas and his libel suit against the Washington Post; Beware of Child Molesters - one of 10 youngsters is sexually abused each year; Japan's High-Tech Challenge - the Asian powerhouse launches an all-out push into computers, robots and other 'knowledge intensive' industries; How Computers Change Lives; Building a Superbrain; Japan's New Risk Takers; Here Come the Robots; From Tennessee to Tokyo - Americans prepare for Nissan's new truck plant in Smyrna, TN; Electronic Gadgets of the Future; Controversial use of animals in scientific research; The Disappearing Drive-In Movie Theater; Lloyd DeGrane and a flock of pink flamingos; Passing of: Harold R. Foster, Harold T. Sakata, Dan Seymour, Tatyana Grosman, Vladimir Kosma Zworykin, Jucille Parker Markey; Olympus camera ad with inset photo of model (Cheryl Tiegs?); Filming of "That Championship Season" in Scranton, PA; Back cover Barclay cigarette ad features photo of James Bond-style man in white tux; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A sound copy. 
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Log Home Guide (Magazine) - For Builders and Buyers, Winter 1984, Volume 7, No. 1 - Canadian-Japanese Connections, Bauche, Emile; et al
10 Bauche, Emile; et al Log Home Guide (Magazine) - For Builders and Buyers, Winter 1984, Volume 7, No. 1 - Canadian-Japanese Connections
Canada Muir Publishing 1984 First Edition Single Issue Magazine Fair Former Library Copy 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
222 pages. Features: 8,200 sf geothermally-heated log mountain retreat; The 'Do it With Logs' design contest; Canadian - Japanese connections - log building school; High altitude builders; Energy - how does the log stack up; The 1984 hand-hewn log home company directory; Schools, teachers and associations; Dealer directory; and much more. Few library markings. Above-average wear. Binding intact. A worthy reference copy. 
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American Mercury Magazine, "To Bear Witness To The Truth", January (Jan.) 1960, Volume XC No. 432 - The "Lady Chatterley's Lover" Case, Benedict, John; Varney, Harold L.; Willoughby, Maj. Gen. Charles A.; Unger, John; Stanley, H.W.; Hasbrouck, L.M.; Oliver, Dr. Revilo P.; Et al
11 Benedict, John; Varney, Harold L.; Willoughby, Maj. Gen. Charles A.; Unger, John; Stanley, H.W.; Hasbrouck, L.M.; Oliver, Dr. Revilo P.; Et al American Mercury Magazine, "To Bear Witness To The Truth", January (Jan.) 1960, Volume XC No. 432 - The "Lady Chatterley's Lover" Case
New York The American Mercury Magazine, Inc. 1960 First Edition Paperback Fair 12mo - over 6" - 7" tall 
158 pages. Features: The "Lady Chatterley's Lover" Case - a legal left-wing softening of public morality; S.M.U. Pampers Leftism; Franco and Spain 1939-1959 - Spain may yet become our most effective ally; 1313's Mail Order Laws - we are letting collectivists take over our government through planted legislation; One-page photo of Ukrainian protesters against Khrushchev outside the UN building in New York; Front Men Ike and Khrushchev - fascinating article on why both may have been working for the Zionists; Subversion and the Warren Court - shattering legal victories for communists; Mercury Warned You; UN's Socialist Plan for Latin America; Termites of the Cross, Part V - "Communists and their co-conspirators, the World Zionists, concentrate their greatest efforts on destroying the religious beliefs which are the strength and hope of those who oppose the forces of evil - includes an expose of the ADL; Night Train to Bucharest; Bible Truths, Part IV; Charge Accounts Anonymous; Los Angeles' Smog Pot; Salk-Serum-Saddled Americans Still Get Polio - In Epidemics!; Putting Sound to Work; Bura! - Brutal New Game of Russian Youth; Armed Forces Manpower Wastage; Reprint of statement by William Zukerman in the Jewish Newsletter contesting the equation of criticism of Zionism with anti-Semitism, and defending former Senator Ralph E. Flanders who is presently being 'smeared every week' for questioning the philanthropic character of some activities of the United Jewish Appeal; Arnold Bennett's 24 Hour Day; Try Soil Feed-Back Mr. Benson!; Old Glory vs. Fairless Hills - battle to fly American flag over the local post office; More About Earthquakes, Part II; A Requiem for Reading; Americans, Speak Out! - excerpts of a speech by Dr. Revilo P. Oliver to the Illinois Daughters of the Revolution Convention; The Twenty-Second Amendment in Danger; The Old Wild West - Gone Forever?; Coloring Language Red - Let's Start a Propaganda Revolution and Call the Soviets by Their True Names; The Red-Headedest Mule Ever; The Age of 40; The Midget Car Neurosis; and more. Minimal markings. Moderate wear. Bottom half of page 57 missing, affecting Warren Court article. Lacking back cover and, possibly, back advertising page. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, August (Aug.) 21, 1926 -  The Women of Mexico Awake, Benson, Allan L.; Collins, Joseph; Welliver, J.C.; Barton, William E.; Cameron, Charles D.; Finger, Charles J.; Bowyer, Helen; MacDonald, Paul; barker, S. Omar; Howe, J. Olin; Faris, J.T.
12 Benson, Allan L.; Collins, Joseph; Welliver, J.C.; Barton, William E.; Cameron, Charles D.; Finger, Charles J.; Bowyer, Helen; MacDonald, Paul; barker, S. Omar; Howe, J. Olin; Faris, J.T. The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, August (Aug.) 21, 1926 - The Women of Mexico Awake
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1926 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Fitzgerald, W.O.; Honore, Paul; 
32 pages. Features: The Loneliest Man in New York - an intimate study of Frank A. Munsey by one of his former newspaper executives; Through the colored glasses of Freudism the doctor looks at Judy O'Grady and the Colonel's Lady - and decides that Freud should be repudiated; Building Good Roads by Gasoline - income from tolls, gas tax and licenses pays for U.S. roads; America's Scattered Children - the American flag flies in Alaska and more than halfway across the Pacific on thousands of islands; 'Bad English' is a Heritage from Olden Times - much of the grammar now classed as incorrect has come down to us by word of mouth from the time of Chaucer and before; Henry Ford's Page - understanding how the public mind moves from interest to disinterest; Editorials - the defeat of Mrs. Ferguson in Texas was actually a repudiation of her husband, Jim Ferguson, corn is a huge commodity, taxes hurt the British whisky-making industry; Voyage of the Victoria - The Passage of the Strait (part 9); The Women of Mexico Awake - they claim freedom which their American sisters enjoy; Pity the Poor Baseball Scout! - he deals in human ivory; Phoning in the Woods - photo-illustrated article on phone lines serving fire-fighting Forest Rangers in Montana; Chats with Office Callers - New Yorker article explains how for three times in a row the writer attended church, only to witness the uplifting of those of another religion; Rare Americana in a Unique Setting - the American wing of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York; Some Vanished Towns of Kansas - cities that died before they had lived/State Capital which could not be found; Interesting tree photos inside back cover. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, April 1938 - The Glamour of New Egypt / The Broke the Power of the Medicine Men, Bonnell, James F.; Batten, H.; Gribble, L.; Roberts, T.; Atlee, B.; Peters, J.; Phayre, I.; Godsell, P.; Brown, J.; Bayne, E.
13 Bonnell, James F.; Batten, H.; Gribble, L.; Roberts, T.; Atlee, B.; Peters, J.; Phayre, I.; Godsell, P.; Brown, J.; Bayne, E. National Home Monthly Magazine, April 1938 - The Glamour of New Egypt / The Broke the Power of the Medicine Men
Winnipeg National Home Monthly / Stovel 1938 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Thorne, Diana (cover); Holmgren, John; Thorne, Diana; Clymer, John F.; Watson, Emmett; Smith, Ralph C.; Phillips, John 
76 pages. Features: Nice cover illustration of dogs looking at spring robin in tree; News items include - The land where they know it all (Russia), A 'Tough-Minded Arguer, The Will as a Life-Force, The Spiirit of Fair Play, Too Much Commercialism, German's 'Readjustment', In Fascist Italy, Russia's New Revolution, and Northern Ireland; One-page photo ad for the Frigidaire fridge with new silent 'meter-miser'; Nice one-page colour-illustrated Simmons mattress ad shows young lady having sweet dreams; The Glamour of "New" Egypt - photo-illustrated article of this nation, including photo of His Majesty King Farouk and his new Queen, plus a photo of Queen-Mother Nazli and three of the King's sisters with his Queen, Farida, at St. Moritz; All That Goes Up (short story); The Orphan (short story); The Spiked Gunn (short story); The Broke the Power of the Medicine Men - fascinating photo-illustrated true-crime article involving the native peoples of Northern Manitoba; Fruits of Defeat (short story); The 3 Daughters of De Monaye (part II); Looking Two Ways in Sport - vintage sports article talks about hockey and includes photos of figure skaters Montgomery Wilson and Miss Eleanor O'Meara, plus boxer 'Baby' Yack, Canadian Bantamweight champion; Lovely one-page 1938 Chevrolet ad shows green car; Nostalgic one-page Heinz soup ad shows 1930's gent about to take a slurp; Italian tourism half-page ad; Nice half-page Canadian National ad features photos of their Jasper destination; Hollywood news includes photos of Marlene Dietrich, Merle Oberon, Bobbie Breen, and many more; Parker Vacumatic ad features photo of advice-giver Dorothy Dix; Vintage half-page ad for Sun Life features photo of mom with kids; Sweet Caporal ad features photo of dog Volhynia Kyra ("Silver") owned by Mrs. H. Randolph Casgrain of Westmount, Quebec; Nice photo-illustrated fashion article; Easter cooking article; Article about how every woman 'shall keep romance alive'; Colour half-page ad by the Government of Canada includes illustration of the Canada Building at the 1938 Empire Exhibition in Scotland; World Sayings; Maxwell House coffee ad inside back cover; Congoleum flooring ad on back cover; and more. Centre page loose but present. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
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The Structurist - Regenerating Art and Architecture in Nature's Landscape, No. 45/46, 2005/2006, Bornstein, Eli; Davis, Howard; Gare, Arran; Hanson, Brian; Salingaros, Nikos A.; Masden II, Kenneth G.; Hanson, Brian; Grabow, Stephen; Salingaros, Nikos A.; Akkerman, Abraham; Hunter, Richard; Heinze-Greenberg, Ita; Et al
14 Bornstein, Eli; Davis, Howard; Gare, Arran; Hanson, Brian; Salingaros, Nikos A.; Masden II, Kenneth G.; Hanson, Brian; Grabow, Stephen; Salingaros, Nikos A.; Akkerman, Abraham; Hunter, Richard; Heinze-Greenberg, Ita; Et al The Structurist - Regenerating Art and Architecture in Nature's Landscape, No. 45/46, 2005/2006
Saskatchewan, Canada The Structurist 2005 First Edition Paperback Fine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
156 pages. Features: Interview with Christopher Alexander; Four Reviews and an overview of Christopher Alexander's 'The Nature of Order' - an essay on the art of building and the nature of the universe; Going after the avant-garde - architectural aesthetics and the spirit of advertising; Architecture - biological form and artificial intelligence; Urban superconscious and the return of the garden myth; On the early sketches of Eric Mendelsohn; A view of berlin holocaust memorials; A treasure of Sullivan architectural ornament; Charles Biederman (1906-2004); Why Charles Biederman matters (to me); An imaginary dialogue between Kandinsky and Klee on Abstract art and nature; Florida Everglades; The color of art in nature's landscape; book reviews. Clean, bright and unmarked with very light wear. An excellent copy. 
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International Artist Magazine - The Magazine for Artists By Artists From Around the World, December / January (Dec. / Jan.) 2006, #46: Andrew Wyeth - Memory and Magic, Boyer, Richard; et al
15 Boyer, Richard; et al International Artist Magazine - The Magazine for Artists By Artists From Around the World, December / January (Dec. / Jan.) 2006, #46: Andrew Wyeth - Memory and Magic
USA International Artist Publishing Inc. 2006 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
160 pages. Features: Andrew Wyeth - everyday portraits; Building realism from abstract shapes; Painting en plein air with native spirits; Masking fluid; Annie Dover; Helene Beland; Norbert Baird; Anna Sims; How I captured the fleeting light effects of a blustery day in England; A masterful painter of inhabited sculture; 4 steps to watercolor passion; The making of an artist - part 3; Easy Ways to earn more money - part 19; Harley Brown - part 20; Falling in Love with your Subject; Sam Liberman; Kathy R. Partridge; L. Martin Pavletich; Cathy Mabius; and more. Clean and unmarked with light wear. A quality copy. 
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Collier's - The National Weekly Magazine, February 19, 1949 - Death in the Classroom / Billie Burke / Mary Rizzoto, Bradshaw, George; Shulman, Max; Kaufman, Bel; Hatch, Eric; Caspary, Vera; Anderson, Warren; Porter, Amy; Burke, Billie; Shipp, Cameron; MacBain, Alastair; Ford, Corey; Sameth, Sigmund; Berenstain, Stanley & Janice; et al
16 Bradshaw, George; Shulman, Max; Kaufman, Bel; Hatch, Eric; Caspary, Vera; Anderson, Warren; Porter, Amy; Burke, Billie; Shipp, Cameron; MacBain, Alastair; Ford, Corey; Sameth, Sigmund; Berenstain, Stanley & Janice; et al Collier's - The National Weekly Magazine, February 19, 1949 - Death in the Classroom / Billie Burke / Mary Rizzoto
Springfield, Ohio Crowell-Collier Publishing Company 1949 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Snyder, Wesley; Skor, Walter; Milroy, Karl; Oehman, Len; Mochi, Ugo; Fredman, Harry; Varady, Frederick 
90 pages. Fiction: The Balance of Nature; His Brother-In-Law's Keeper; Episode; Hold fast, My Love; Marriage '48 (part 3 of 5); Man-Eater from Snohomish. Articles: Death in the Classroom - schools are dangerous places (part 1 of 2); Billie Burke - Her Story (part 2 of 3); A Hunter's Map of the U.S.A. - Sportsman's Paradise; Godmother to Little Yanks - Mary Rizzoto and her World Children's Foundation; Hawkshaws in Skirts; The Campaign Trains Roll Again; Bedlam on Sunday; Smithson's House of Wonders - The Smithsonian Institution; Try Building Your Own Dream House - The Spelman family of Babylon, Long Island, Henry Wallace is the voice of Russia - opinion piece inside back cover. Ads include: The Frazer Manhattan automobile - inside front cover, B.V.D. sports shirts, Jeep Trucks - very nice, International Trucks, Schlitz Beer, Firestone Tires, Kodak film, MGM's The Three Musketeers, Harley Davidson - their 125 single cyllinder, Bicycle playing cards, Arrow ties, Jantzen sweaters, Smartair leisure wear, City Club shoes, Inco, Wilson Brothers men's wear, Botany brand shirts and slacks, Pendleton shirts, Gruen watches, and a lovely Coke ad on back cover which shows Coke dispenser inside a snowy window. Covers holding by one staple. Average wear. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Car Craft Magazine, July 1955, Volume 3 Number 3: Cover Photos of '51 Merc Owned By Dave Burgarin, Brock, Ray; et al
17 Brock, Ray; et al Car Craft Magazine, July 1955, Volume 3 Number 3: Cover Photos of '51 Merc Owned By Dave Burgarin
USA Trend, Inc. 1955 First Edition Paperback Fair 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
66 pages. Features: Dave Evans and Dick Owston and their '34 Fords; Late hand brake for early Fords; Micro Midgets (Go-Karts); '32 Ford deuce - Ted Shaffer; Building a Custom - Part IV: '53-'54 Oldsmobile Grille Bars; Dave Burgarin - awesome feature car; Frenching '49-'50 Ford Taillights; Willard Batey - '48 Plymouth club coupe; Leading - do's and don't's; David Chapman - chopped Studebaker; Custom license plate guard; Custom airscoop craze; Bob Stokke - modified "T"; and more. Above-average external wear. Prior owner names atop front cover and title page. Binding intact. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Car Craft Magazine, November (Nov.) 1955, Volume 3 Number 6: Cover Photo of Merlin Windham and His '55 Buick Custom, Brock, Ray; et al
18 Brock, Ray; et al Car Craft Magazine, November (Nov.) 1955, Volume 3 Number 6: Cover Photo of Merlin Windham and His '55 Buick Custom
USA Trend, Inc. 1955 First Edition Paperback Fair 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
66 pages. Features: Merlin Windham and his 'Dragon Wagon'; Versatile Rochester Carburetor; Jack Gordon and his '54 Plymouth; Building a Fiberglass Car; Bill Montero and his roadster; Headliner - Part III; Barris Brothers Custom Shop Restyles the '55 Ford; Hydraulic Brakes for Early Fords; '50-'52 Buick Taillight Lenses; Darrell Schenerman and his '51 Ford; Tricks with Trucks; and more. Above-average external wear. Prior owner names on front cover and title page. Binding intact. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Narrow Gauge and Short Line Gazette, January/February 1996 Vol. 21 No. 6, Brown, Robert W.: Editor
19 Brown, Robert W.: Editor The Narrow Gauge and Short Line Gazette, January/February 1996 Vol. 21 No. 6
U.S.A. Benchmark Publications, Ltd. 1996 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
98 pages. Features include: A New England Lighthouse; Sandy River & Rangeley Lakes Railroad Coach No. 18 - Plans; The Narrow Gauge Scene - The Rio Grande Southern's Business Cars; Road Kill on Cumbres Pass; The Model Makers Notebook - A 3-Foot Gauge Wooden Disconnected Log Truck with plans; Jeffries Point - Modelling a Scene from a prototype photo; A Train Room Cyclorama; Pennsylvania "Wildcat" Log Trucks - Plans; Conifers Again?; Up Clear Creek on the Narrow Guage - Part 94 Tree Patches; Sandy River & Rangeley Lakes Railroad Madrid Water Tank - Plans; My Sn3 Rio Grande Southern Rico Depot (includes plans); The Mann's Creek Railroad - Mann's Creek Railroad in West Virginia (circa 1955) includes drawings of a 3-Foot Guage Caboose; Taking up the Slack; The Sn3 Pandora, Crested Butte & Northern Part 2; An Sn3 Track-Cleaning Car; Building an Empire - Bright and Shiny Motor Cars and Vans; and Virginia & Truckee Railroad Wooden Water Tank Cars Nos. 1 (circa 1900 - 1941) & 2 (circa 1906 - 1938) - plans. Binding sound. Unmarked. A worthy copy. 
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The Illustrated London (ILN) News, January 8, 1955 - Blocking of the Suez Canal, Bryant, Arthur; Burton, Maurice; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril
20 Bryant, Arthur; Burton, Maurice; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril The Illustrated London (ILN) News, January 8, 1955 - Blocking of the Suez Canal
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd. 1955 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Richarson, C.W.E. 
Pages: 37-76. Features: Nice one-page Daimler Regency ad; Cover photo of the 'World Peace' which struck the El Ferdan swing bridge and blocked the Suez Canal; Professor Edgar Douglas Adrian; Mau Mau Terrorism in Kenya - home of Mrs. Anne Carnelley is burned; Fastest Man on Earth - photo of J.P. Stapp being strapped into rocket sled at Alamorgordo; Danish freighter 'Lexa Maersk' burns in Singapore; France approves German rearmament; Photos of 17 personalities of the week include Viscount Hambleden and his fiancee Donna Maria Carmela Attolico de Adelfia, Colonel Jose Antonio Remon of Panama, Roger G. Bannister, Captain Sir Robert Irving, and record glider Philip Wills; Nice one-page photo portrait of Admiral William Morrow Fechteler, U.S.N.; Two pages of interesting photos of life in Baghdad/Iraq; Two-pages of illustrations present the decline and fall of the Battleship - silhouettes of the world's capital ships, which have decreased in numbers and importance ever since the Battle of Jutland in 1916; Christmas Day Crash at Prestwick - wrecked B.O.A.C. Stratocruiser; Demolishing the London Zoo's Monkey Hill; Wonderful centerfold illustration of the view looking north over Central Park in Manhattan from the Observation Tower of the R.C.A. Building; Two pages of photos from Britain's first national Boat Show; Photos of 16 people who received awards, including Sir Arnold Gridley who was created a Baron; Sultan of Zanzibar opens new power station; King Norodom Sihanouk of Cambodia visits King Phumiphol Aduldej of Siam; Two wonderful photos of London bidding a gay welcome to 1955 - scenes at the Chelsea Arts Ball, and in Piccadilly Circus; Photo of mink farm in Cary, Illinois where 50,000 mink are being raised; Photo of large wind generator at St. Albans which may supply up to 100 kW; Article on the Mangrove. Average wear. Unmarked. Short openings along coverfold. A sound vintage copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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