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The New York Times Magazine, February (Feb.) 13, 1972 -  Snowmobile Dream Machines! / How Rich is a Rich Apache?, Ball, George W.; Roiphe, Anne; Rice Berkeley; Greenfeld, Josh; Gold, Herbert; Neuer, Kathleen
1 Ball, George W.; Roiphe, Anne; Rice Berkeley; Greenfeld, Josh; Gold, Herbert; Neuer, Kathleen The New York Times Magazine, February (Feb.) 13, 1972 - Snowmobile Dream Machines! / How Rich is a Rich Apache?
New York The New York Times 1972 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Karlsson, Ewert (cover); Krementz, Jill; Jacobi, Lotte; Harbutt, Charles; Polumbaum, Ted; Fehl, Fred; Stewart, Hap; Webener, Alfred; Dobkeen, Joyce; Rastelli, Vittoriano 
88 pages. Features: Dual turntable ad inside front cover; Many lovely color fashion ads; Vantage cigarette ad features photo of Lester Schreiber of Tampa; Nixon, Kissinger and the Peking (Beijing) Summit - Is This Trip Necessary?; What Women Phychoanalysts Say About Women's Liberation; The Snowmobile is an American Dream Machine - article with photo of Bill Ward and his family of Steep Falls, ME; "Writing Plays is Absolutely Senseless - But I Love It" - Arthur Miller; How Rich is a Rich Apache? - they have transformed themselves from a primitive, defeated people to a modern cooperative commonwealth; One-page ad for the 3,000 Acre Smallwood Estates development; Photo of poor black mother and children in NAACP Emergency Relief Fund Food Coupon ad; Roman Star - fashion photos; Elegant Austerity - photos of a project by architect Gae Aulenti in Milan; Many camp ads. Four-inch taped repair and faint ink stamp to back cover. Above-average external wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, March (Mar.) 21, 1964 - Funeral of King Paul of Greece / 60 Years of the Anglo-French Accord, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; et al
2 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; et al The Illustrated London News, March (Mar.) 21, 1964 - Funeral of King Paul of Greece / 60 Years of the Anglo-French Accord
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch 1964 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Nannett, Juliet 
Pages 413-468 plus 4 pages of ads. Features: Cover Photo portrait Of The new King of the Hellenes, Constantine II, with Queen Frederika, at the funeral of his father; Photo of Princess Margaret with Kenneth Corney; Page of photos of celebrations upon the birth of Prince Edward; Two pages of dramatic photos and text from Cyprus - fighting in Ktima, threats of Turkish invasion, and first arrivals of the UN peace force; Photo-illustrated article on Paul, King of the Hellenes; Photo of riots in Phnom Penh; Photo of Geneva motor show; Photo of unveiling of statue of Pope Pius XII; Photo of 84-year-old Gen. Douglas MacArthur after surgery, escorted by Army Surgeon General Lieut. Gen. Leonard Heaton; Photo of the new president of Venezuela, Dr. Raul Leoni, receiving the sash of office from his predecessor, Pres. Betancourt; Page of photos of flooding in five states touching on the Ohio River basin include scenes near Williamsport, PA, the town of Sugar Grove, OH, Albany, IN, Shepherdsville, KY, an Ohio amusement Park, and Marietta; Photo of the first submarine ever built, the Fenian Ram, on display in Paterson New Jersey; Photo of Pope Paul receiving group of nuns recently expelled from the Sudan; Photo of jubilant George Lodge in Concord, New Hampshire where he defeated Sen. Goldwater and Gov. Rockefeller in the presidential primary; Photo of Independence Day children's party in Accra, Ghana, held by Mrs. Fathia Nkrumah, wife of the president of Ghana (also shown); Photo of the Royal Shakespeare Company applauding Yugoslavian president Tito at Belgrade; Book review of "King Edward VII" by Philip Magnus; Major coverage of Sardis excavations - part two; A survey of the 60 years of Anglo-French accord; One-page compilation of maps, text and photos describe's areas affected by the Anglo-French agreement, and the signatories to the document of April 8, 1904; Centrefold (free from staples) colour photos show the changing landscape of France; Entente Cordiale - page of historic photos illustrates France and Great Britain in peace and war; Entente Cordiale - page of photos of Anglo-French friendship since 1940; Page of photos illustrates how the English Channel is crossed by aircraft, ship, and train ferry, with artist's impression of future hovercraft car and passenger ferry; Impressive page of five aerial photos of huge French automotive manufacturing works - Renault, Simca, Peugeot, and Citroen; Two pages of photos illustrate developments in the aircraft and shipping industries of France today; One-page illustration of novelist, poet, broadcaster and one of the most vivid personalities living, Sir Compton McKenzie; Two pages of photos of the funeral of King Paul in Athens; Drawings of colonial America by John White; Photos of personalities of the week include Sir Newman Flower, Sir Knox Helm, Mr. R. G. Routh, Sir Robert Clark-Hall, Gen. von Lettow-Vorbeck, Sir R. Robinson, J. Brian Neill, C. Robin Mayer, Col. Joan E. Henderson, Lord Newton C. Ron Jacobs, J. Michael Cowman, Gen. A. Jolly, Jack Ruby (sentended for death), Capt. David I. Holland, Lieut. Harold W. Welch, Capt. Melvin J. Kessler, and James (Jimmy) Hoffa (convicted of bribery); Photo of the teapot collection of Rev. C. J. Sharp; Photo of ticket barrier smashed by derailed car at Hammersmith underground station; Photo of funeral for 16-year-old cat named Peter, Whitehall's chief mice catcher; Photo of Cambridge University women's rowing crew after their victory over Oxford on March 14; One-page photo of polar bear cubs seeing the world for the first time at Whipsnade Zoo; Photo of Angus Ogilvy greeting the England women's hockey team before a match versus Scotland at Wembley; Photo of automatic ticket reading barrier introduced by London transport at Chiswick Park station; and more. Unmarked with average wear. 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
3 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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The Times History and Encyclopaedia of the War - Part 168, November (Nov.) 6, 1917.  The Campaign in German East Africa (III.), Correspondents of The Times
4 Correspondents of The Times The Times History and Encyclopaedia of the War - Part 168, November (Nov.) 6, 1917. The Campaign in German East Africa (III.)
London The Times 1917 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Cover Portrait of Brigadier-Gen. Edward Northey, C.B. Commanded the Nyasalind-Rhodesia Force. Abundantly illustrated with black and white photos. Contents include: military situation in East Africa at the close of 1916; The Belgian campaign under General Tombeur; Opening of the offensive, April 1916; Conquest of region between Tanganyika and Victoria Nyanza; British Column seizes Mwanza; Colonel Olsen Occupies Ujiji; Joint advance on Tabora; Life in Tabora under the Germans; Harsh treatment of British Prisoners; Belgians enter Tabora; Germans retreat south towards Mahenge; Results of Belgian campaign; General Northey's Campaign; Advance from the Nyasa-Rhodesia Frontier; Transport Difficulties; Nearly 400,000 carriers employed; German forces defeated; Northey's advance toward Iringa; Germans from Tabora under General Wahle pierce Northey's lines; Van Deventer's cooperation from the north; Mahenge force attacks Northey; Assailants repulsed; German concentration around Mahenge; Combined offensive by Van Deventer and Northey Fails; General Smuts Reorganizes his army and lines of communication; Kilwa operations; advance toward the Rufiji; German Main Force escapes from the Mgeta; Captain Selous killed; Changes in the command; Portugal's help. Average wear. Unmarked. Sound copy. Please note: readers may also be interested in the following two issues: Part 121 - The Campaign in German East Africa (I); Part 146 - The Campaign in German East Africa (II). 
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The New York Times Magazine, August 12, 1945 - Aerial Cover Photo of Massive Explosion on Honshu, Davis, Harry; Evans, Trevor; Kilgore, Harley; Peffer, N.; Et al
5 Davis, Harry; Evans, Trevor; Kilgore, Harley; Peffer, N.; Et al The New York Times Magazine, August 12, 1945 - Aerial Cover Photo of Massive Explosion on Honshu
USA The New York Times 1945 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
48 pages. Features: Rheingold lager beer ad features color photos of Jean Welch, Jill Darnley, Maggie Long, Helen Riickert, Dorothy Hart and Rita Daigle, the Miss Rheingold 1946 candidates; Illustrated ad for the Fairchild "Flying Boxcar"; We Enter the Atomic Age - the momentous story of the atom whose energy science has now unleashed; Two pages of fantastic photos illustrating the dramatic story of the atom - from radium to the atomic bomb, including the Curies, Einstein, Niels Bohr, Dr. E.O. Lawrence with a cyclotron, and the great factory at Oak Ridge, TN; Ernest Bevin - a new kind of statesman; When do we abolish (wartime) business controls: Germany is Not Yet Defeated - Senator Harley M. Kilgore argues her industrial power must be destroyed; China - Unless we preserve her full integrity we shall face still another war - Nathaniel Peffer's formula for peace in the Far East; One-page ad for Drene shampoo features three color photos of beautiful Bettina Bolegard, New York fashion model; Veterans storm the academic beachhead; Our music-loving Presidents; Benjamin ('Ben') Victor Cohen is expected to be a bridge from the President to Byrnes and Vinson; Jones & Laughline Steel ad includes sketches of Donald Gortner and Ralph Ardary; Vice Admiral Ben Moreell of the Seabees looks forward to moving his bulldozers into Japan; Boom in New Yorkers studying foreign languages; Interesting half-page ad for The American Mercury features heading "Can We Do Business With Stalin", with illustration of Stalin; Nice one-page Chicken of the Sea and White Star tuna ad; Two pages of photos of ladies in fashionable coats; and more. Average external soiling and wear. Unmarked. Opening to central portion of front cover mended with archival tape. Moderate age-toning to paper. A sound copy of this vintage WWII issue. 
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Earth First! - The Radical Environmental Journal: February-March 1998, Multiple Contributors
6 Multiple Contributors Earth First! - The Radical Environmental Journal: February-March 1998
USA Earth First! 1998 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: The Great North Woods; Little Alfie Timber Sale Stopped; Owls Halt Sprawl; Goshawks; Monster Pulp Mill Defeated; Dam Reconstruction Trend; Kyoto Conference Report; Death to Cars; Amazon Animal Massacre; Columbia Pipeline Blown; Activists Killed in Sarawak; Deregulation of Organic Standards; Clinton's New Roadless Area Policy; Yellowstone Wolf Ruling; Hog Farming; Prisoner Support; APEC Conference Chaos; and more. Quality copy. 
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Maclean's Magazine, October 4, 1982 *ISRAEL ON TRIAL*, Multiple Contributors
7 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, October 4, 1982 *ISRAEL ON TRIAL*
Toronto Maclean Hunter 1982 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Cover photo Lebanese horror - bodies being dug up; Pontiac 2000 ad; Pontiac 6000 ad; Pontiac Phoenix ad; Signs of strain in the Libyan revolution - Ghadaffi/Khadafy; B.C. Hydro substation bombed on Vancouver Island; Charles Baird of Inco replies to the call for his company to be nationalized; Bill Davis and Ontario jump onto the 6 and 5 retraint bandwagon; New Brunswick election; Cover story - Anguish in the Diaspora - the aftermath of Sabra and Shatila; Khmer Rouge forces prepare for teh Vietnamese dry season offensive - Kampuchea and Prince Norodom Sihanouk; Centerfold ad for the Oldsmobile Firenza; Cutlass Cierra ad; Olof Palme election victory in Sweden; Ed Koch defeated in New York; Costly plan for the deliverance of Dome Petroleum; The lights go out on the NFL - labour strife; Painful defeat for the Montreal Expos - once-again runners-up; Looking ahead to the new EPCOT Center; A revisionist view of insulin's birth - Banting and Best; Parents neglect regular immunization; Machines that talk back, by Suzanne Zwarun; The economy makes it tough for young academics - Bruce Walton; Decision to form one Lutheran church; Entertainment reviews. Moderate wear. A sound copy. 
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Newsweek Magazine, October 1, 1945 *HIROHITO'S FRONT YARD - HOW LONG WILL THEY STAY?*, Multiple Contributors
8 Multiple Contributors Newsweek Magazine, October 1, 1945 *HIROHITO'S FRONT YARD - HOW LONG WILL THEY STAY?*
USA Newsweek 1945 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Contents: Color Nash car ad inside front cover; Caterpillar Diesel ad; Color Mallory hat ad; Uneasy lies the nation under confused labor, price policies; Victims of muscular dystrophy; American Diplomacy loses face over occupation force bickering - Sharp retort by Acheson to MacArthur's 200,000 estimate exposes disunity to world (photo of MacArthur in front of Daibutsu/large Budha in Japan); Cleavage between Russian and Anglo-American viewpoints comes out in London Peace Talks; When Yank meets Russian - Korea under two flags; Photos of Germans and Japanese in their defeated lands; photo of the charred body of Joseph Goebbels; Stimson retiring, warns U.S. to keep military might in peace; Photo of Private Harold Atkinson, first of the Winnipeg Grenadiers returns home to Winnipeg (photo); Home builders see green light but fear Bowles price controls; Cyrus Eaton; Educators hope to make good Japs out of bad ones; Color Budd car ad; color DC-6 ad. Average wear. Unmarked. Address label atop front cover. A sound copy. 
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The (Leader-Post) Canadian Magazine, 13 February 1971 *DEFEATING IMPERIAL TOBACCO'S CASINO CONTEST*, Multiple Contributors
9 Multiple Contributors The (Leader-Post) Canadian Magazine, 13 February 1971 *DEFEATING IMPERIAL TOBACCO'S CASINO CONTEST*
Canada The Leader-Post 1971 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
26 pages. Features: The Town that Hit the Jackpot - Nickie Rubuliak and the residents of Smoky Lake, Alberta who defeated Imperial Tobacco's Casino Contest; The Mob - Part 5 - A foothold in Ontario; Dignity in Decay - Totem Poles along the British Columbia coast; Four-page feature on mothers having *two* sons playing hockey in the NHL; Glenn Martin of the Pine River Cheese and Butter Company near Goderich, Ontario; Funny Doug Wright's Family comic strip. Average wear. Unmarked. Short closed tear to back coveer. A quality copy. 
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The Great War Magazine - Part 247 - 10 May 1919  *The Air Battles Over London*, Multiple Contributors
10 Multiple Contributors The Great War Magazine - Part 247 - 10 May 1919 *The Air Battles Over London*
London Amalgamated 1919 First Edition Paperback Fair Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Cover photo of where a Gotha bomb fell in London, near a Sphinx. Includes concluding portion of "The March to the Rhine", with great photos. Chapter CCXCIII - Final Phases of the War in the Air, I. - The Air Battles Over London - How the Gothas were Defeated. Many great photos. Above-average wear and soiling. Staples disintegrated. A worthy reference copy. 
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The War Illustrated, No. 227 - 21 December 1918, Multiple Contributors
11 Multiple Contributors The War Illustrated, No. 227 - 21 December 1918
London Amalgamated 1918 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Illustration depicting Ex-Kaiser William in Holland, living in fear of justice. Photogravure supplement shows 8 photos with subjects including: Allied representatives at the historic conference at 10 Downing St., London on Dec 2 and 3, 1918, Beaten Huns straggling home, German evacuation from Belgium, the surrendered German fleet at Scapa Flow, French Armny of liberation entering Strasbourg and U Boat 64 up the Thames, lying off the House of Parliament, with the victorious White Ensign above the defeated flag of Germany. London's Great Aerial Victory - Mysterious Menace which broke the Nerve of Hun Flyers (article). British advance to keep watch on the Rhine - 2 photos. 5 photos from Spa. 5 photos under the caption 'Under the Red Flag in Republican Berlin". 4 photos of submarine sailors. Q Boat v. U Boats - 6 photos of mystery ship in the Thames. In my native land set free - by Emile Cammaerts. The Peace Bird on the Wing, by Hamilton Fyfe. Signs and Symbols of the Central Empire's Collapse - 5 photos. Photos of Giant Austrian aeroplane brought down by a british pilot on the Italian front. Illustration of British from Ruhleben Camp in Berlin securing souvenir nails from the colossal Hindenburg Statue. From 'COG' to Partnership - article by Basil Clarke. Two Photos of Germany Deciding Her Destiny - a great crowd outside the Reichstag and the first sitting of the Workmen's and Soldiers' Council in the Reichstag. The Hun as Uriah Heep, by Frederic William Wile. Average wear. Unmarked. Staples disintegrated. A sound copy. 
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Trains - The Illustrated Magazine of Railroading, September1950 - Cover Photo of Louisville & Nashville's Lima-built Berkshire No. 1985 Thunders Out of Norton, Va., Multiple Contributors
12 Multiple Contributors Trains - The Illustrated Magazine of Railroading, September1950 - Cover Photo of Louisville & Nashville's Lima-built Berkshire No. 1985 Thunders Out of Norton, Va.
USA Kalmbach 1950 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
58 pages. Features: Union Pacific shuttles 2400 cars a day through its new hump yard at North Platte; Pennsylvania Railroad's new Reservation System - article with photos; 2-10-4 to Revelstoke, B.C. - Canadian Pacific Selkirk No. 5927, defeated last winter by a diesel, is still slugging it out across the Rocky Mountains - article with photos; Pacifics to Placid - Oil-burning K-11's wheel tonnage and tourists over an Adirondack Mountain branch which New York Central Leases from Delaware & Hudson - article with photos; Photo Section - includes great centerfold photo of Santa Fe 4-8-4 No. 3780 taking water at San Bernardino; Prairie State Railroad - Peoria-St. Louis passengers travel via the electric way when they ride the Illinois Terminal's streamliners on the only through route between the cities - article with photos, list of rolling stock, and map; Cherry River Boom & Lumber Company - this West Virginia private lumber road gets a boost from new coal mines; Great vintage ads; and more. Unmarked. Average wear. Binding intact. A sound vintage copy. 
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Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, February 15, 1943: Cover Photo of German Tank in Tunisia, Pratt, William V.; Fuqua, Stephen O.
13 Pratt, William V.; Fuqua, Stephen O. Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, February 15, 1943: Cover Photo of German Tank in Tunisia
USA Weekly Publications 1943 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
92 pages. Features: Promo for Movie of the Month, "Du Barry Was a Lady" with photo of Red Skelton, Lucille Ball and Gene Kelly; Fantastic one-page photo ad for the Carbine Rifle made by the Underwood Elliott Fisher Company; Lana Turner's marriage annuled; Brief obituaries for Getulio Vargas, Jr., Frank Burke, Frank Calder, Gen. Senjuro Hayashi, and Woodbridge S. Van Dyke II; Nostalgic one-page photo ad for Bell Telephone shows Operator with clunky voicepiece hung around her neck; Axis armies take it in Europe; Japs punch back in Pacific - with photo of dead Japanese soldiers in New Guinea; Considerable war coverage, including Tunisia; Photo of Paulus surrendering to Rokossovsky and Voronoff; US manpower crisis looms; Outstanding one-page color-photo ad for Camel cigarettes features Curtiss dive-bomber test pilot "Red" Hulse; War Dog Fund; Photos of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Sullivan of Waterloo, Iowa and their five sons (the fighting Sullivans) who were all lost after the sinking of the cruiser Juneau at Guadalcanal; Nice one-page color-photo ad for the Union Pacific Railroad showssome of their workers preparing bandages for the Red Cross; Errol Flynn is found not guilty of raping Betty Hansen, 17 and Peggy Satterrlee, 16 - article with photos; Finland puts out feelers for Red Peace; Depressing Michigan Smelting ad shows horse-drawn wagon collecting scrap; Germany defeated at Stalingrad; Nice one-page color Ballantine's Ale ad shows young couple inspecting house plans; Photos of glass fishing floats made in Seattle; Interesting two-page ad for Pan American Clippers shows young boy and girl and talks of curing disease; The Fight Against Runaway Inflation; Article about working the the mammoth Pentagon; Nice one-page color ad for Kimberly-Clark shows Pacific soldiers waiting in line for a meaty meal; Mrs. Beatrice Houdini quits trying to contact her husband's (Harry) spirit (article with photo); Boxing photo of Jacob La Motta snapping Ray (Sugar) Robinson's victory string; Artist Maxim Kopf - article with photos; Elmer Davis back on the air; and much more. Middle six pages loose but present. Average wear and soiling. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Saturday Evening Post, August (Aug.) 21, 1954: Our Daughter Had Polio / They Hit Red China Where it Hurt, Reiten, Grace; Jarman, Rufus; Whiting, A.; Carter, Hodding; Yoder, Robert; Lyons, L.; Et al
14 Reiten, Grace; Jarman, Rufus; Whiting, A.; Carter, Hodding; Yoder, Robert; Lyons, L.; Et al The Saturday Evening Post, August (Aug.) 21, 1954: Our Daughter Had Polio / They Hit Red China Where it Hurt
USA Curtis Publishing Company 1954 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Rockwell, Norman (cover); Whitmore, Coby; Fleming, Bill; Ludekens, Fred; Kritcher, Larry; Meyers, Robert; George, Edwin; 
116 pages. Features: Great Rockwell cover illustration of excavator attempting to dig up kid's baseball field in a vacant lot; Our daughter had polio - Kay Reiten had to be treated in an iron lung; Don't sneer at the catfish - great article on the popular catfish with photo of Leon Bishop and Carl Yarbrough holding huge catfish they hauled out of the Tallahatchie River, near Abbeville, MS, with their bare hands; They Hit Red China Where it Hurt - over 4,000 Chinese Communists surrendered in Korea, allowing them a chance to explain why they swallowed Communism, and how Mao's tyranny can be defeated; The Republicans Muffed the Ball in Dixie - where are the Eisenhower voters now?; TV's Shoestring Surprise - The Johns Hopkins Science Review has rung up one of TV's longest hit runs; Colony of the Outcast Kings - color-photo feature of Estoril, Portugal, now a swanky resort; Never Marry an Actress - they may be delightful on stage, but around the house they're vain, insincere, and obsessed with themselves. Fiction: Shackles for the Groom; The Sitting Duck; The Seeds of Hate; The Hard-Luck Type; The Mask of Alexander (part 2 of 6); Invitation to Murder (part 6 of 8). Ads: Elegant one-page color-photo ad for Packard cars; Nice color-photo ad for a cream-colored Cadillac convertible; Two-page ad for Du Pont's nylon for truck tires features photos of Leonard Bisgrove of Red Star Express in Auburn, NY, and Edward Benkert of Fairmount Foundry in Philadelphia; Gorgeous color-photo ad for the 1954 Chrysler New Yorker De Luxe Newport (blue); Champion Spark Plug ad features photo and endorsement by racer Jim Kimberly; Nice two-page color ad for the Scenicruiser by Greyhound bus lines; Nice color Chevrolet ad features an off-white Bel Air Convertible plus an inset color photo of a Corvette convertible, "First of the Dream Cars to Come True!"; Fascinating one-page photo ad by the Pan-American Coffee Bureau of a trucker enjoying a 'Coffee-break', suggesting this campaign may have introduced this term now used throughout North America; Prest-O-Lite battery ad features photo of footballer Doak Walker of the Detroit Lions; Sweet half-page vintage color ad for Dairy Queen Malts and Shakes; Color ad for the Northern Pacific Railway's Vista Dome/North Coast Limited service; Back page Camel cigarette ad features photos of John W. Fincher of Cairo, GA, A.R. Schneidewind of Upper Montclair, NJ, Mrs. B. Collins Edgar of Lookout Mountain, TN, W.C. Fowler of Dallas, TX, J. Russell Fraser of Detroit, Mrs. Katharine B. Coelsch of The Dalles, OR, and Evelyn Terjesen of New York City. Above-average wear. Unmarked. A worthy reference copy of this great vintage issue. 
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The Illustrated London News, September 19, 1942 - Mass Production of U-Boats, Various Contributors
15 Various Contributors The Illustrated London News, September 19, 1942 - Mass Production of U-Boats
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch 1942 First Edition Paperback Fair Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Captain Bryan de Grineau 
28 pages. Features: Cover photo of Air Vice-Marshall Arthur Coningham outside his travelling H.Q.; Illustration by Captain Bryan de Grineau of a flotilla of tank-landing craft manoeuvering against Air Attack; Great 2-page illustration by the same artist of the interior of a British Landing Craft nearing its objective, seen from the bows; Article on Service Pay by Cyril Falls; Photos of items of interest, including a packed concert at the Albert Hall, Sergeant F. Rich being awarded the Purple Heart, and more; Multi-Illustration montage illustrating the Merchant Ship Fighter Unit (M.S.F.U.) at work - a System Which Has Defeated the Long-Range Bomber - a Hurricane is catapulted into action from the deck of a merchantman; Three photos of Vichy French warships in North Africa; Three photos of guns on tanks - German mobility; The War against the Axis by Land, Sea and Air - with 5 photos; 11 Great photos show scenes from the Russian front - Germans in action - and out of it as prisoners, plus a photo of Hitler at his headquarters and proof of Maikop oil going up in flames; Centerfold illustration of a Royal Navy salute to the Mercantile Marine - warship's crews cheering the ships they have convoyed to Malta; Photos of 16 personalities of the week; Full-page photo shows German mass-production of U-Boats; Key points in Madagascar occupied by the British - seven photos plus map; Seven informative photos of new deep tunnel shelters for 64,000 more Londoners; 11 excellent photos show canine recruits for the R.A.F. - Guards of our Aerodromes; Two illustrations by Sir Muirhead Bone; Full-page photo aboard the H.M.S. Barham which was later sunk in the eastern Mediterranean; Six photos of wild flowers bestowing beauty on London's "Blitzed" Sites; Nice colour Johnnie Walker ad on back cover. Four-inch opening to fore-edge of front cover. Somewhat above-average external wear. Centerfold holding by one staple. Unmarked. A worthy copy of this wartime issue. 
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The Fatherland - Fair Play for Germany and Austria-Hungary, November 17th, 1915 - Cover Portrait of Herman Ridder, A Great Editor Who Died Fighting for Real Americanism, Viereck, George Sylvester: Editor
16 Viereck, George Sylvester: Editor The Fatherland - Fair Play for Germany and Austria-Hungary, November 17th, 1915 - Cover Portrait of Herman Ridder, A Great Editor Who Died Fighting for Real Americanism
New York The International Monthly 1915 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Pages 253-268 (16 pages in this issue). Features: Repudiating Wilson and Root - Administration Candidate in New York Congressional District Runs 13,000 Votes Behind His Party on Neutrality Issue; The Great News Conspiracy - How Unscrupulous Newspaper Owners, at the Behest of Wall Street, Deliberately Deceived the American People, by Charles A. Collman - includes a lengthy list of pro-Ally fake stories published in the New York Times; How the American Truth Society Defeated President Wilson's Congressional Candidate in New York, by Jeremiah A. O'Leary; Germany Opens Road to Turkey; The Death of Edward L. Pretorius; Austria-Hungary Teaches Mr. Lansing a Lesson; Three books to be read; The Most Hyphenated American - Editorial; Ad for war bonds of the German, Austrian and Hungarian Governments; and more. Unmarked. Average wear. A sound copy. 
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The Great War Magazine - Part 50: The Standard History of the All-Europe Conflict (World War 1/One)  July 31st, 1915, Wilson, H.W.: Editor
17 Wilson, H.W.: Editor The Great War Magazine - Part 50: The Standard History of the All-Europe Conflict (World War 1/One) July 31st, 1915
London Amalgamated Press 1915 First Edition Paperback Fair Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Cover portrait of Lieutenant-General Sir Herbert C.O. Plumer, K.C.B. The fighting around the Persian Gulf. Centerfold shows two wide photos of first the British Cyclist Section, then the Regiment of chasseurs Alpins, marching past General Joffre and others. Botha's Victorious Campaign in German South-West Africa. Photos and illustrations: The first territorial V.C. - Second-Lieutenant Geoffrey Harold Woolley, of the Queen Victoria Rifles; Three Highlanders who defeated fifty Huns; Poison gas; Camera pictures of the campaign in the Persian Gulf; Full-page photo of General Joffre with Sir John French and Sir Douglas Haig at the front; Indian Cavalry; 10th Mule Corps; Map of German South-West Africa; Map of Mesopotamia; General Smuts; and much more. Covers secured by tape. Above-average wear. 
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