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The London Scottish Regimental Gazette: No. 143 - Vol. XII, November 1907, Author Not Stated
1 Author Not Stated The London Scottish Regimental Gazette: No. 143 - Vol. XII, November 1907
London The London Scottish Regiment 1907 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Features: Photo portrait of the late Private Alexander Aikman, died 19th October, 1907; Company Notes; In Memoriam - for Mr. A. Aikman, the editor for the past six years of this Gazette; Death of Professor D.M. Masson; Death of Mr. J.G. Petrie; Gleanings; Notes by the Commanding Officer; Editorial; Our Regimental Plate - No. X - the "Sutherland" Cup - photograph and article by Ian Bhreatannaich; Shooting; Marches of "G", "H", "F" and "K" Companies; "Sic Transit"; The Kaiser Manoeuvres, 1907 - the evolution of manoeuvres on a large scale (few light pencil markings on accompanying map); and more. 3" x 1" chunk from fore-edge of front cover. Average wear and soiling. Staples disintegrated. 
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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.
2 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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The Dearborn Independent (Magazine) - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, December (Dec.) 25, 1926 - The Rise of an American Race, Benson, Allan L.; Richards, William C.; Ulm, Aaron Hardy; Walker, Hal; Whiting, May B.; Walpole, Hugh; Holmes, Fred L.; Karpinskik, Louis C.; Atkins, Gaius Glenn
3 Benson, Allan L.; Richards, William C.; Ulm, Aaron Hardy; Walker, Hal; Whiting, May B.; Walpole, Hugh; Holmes, Fred L.; Karpinskik, Louis C.; Atkins, Gaius Glenn The Dearborn Independent (Magazine) - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, December (Dec.) 25, 1926 - The Rise of an American Race
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1926 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Clarke, W.W.; Wettersten, Harold; Neilson, J.A. 
32 pages. Features: Interesting photos of unusual work and play inside front cover; Public demands that Congress suppress (Radio) Pirates of the Air; The Divine Comedy of Newspapers; The Rise of an American Race - What Effect Will the 'Old Stock' Have on the People of the Future?; With General Gouraud in the Land of the Crusaders; The Birthplace of the Quaker Poet - the Whittier homestead; Henry Ford's Page - the American home, in its economic aspect, is a business proposition; Editorials - Merchant Mr. Nathan Strauss and his allegation of "the campaign of slander against the Jewish People", the Hall-Mills murder trial, Wooden houses in Britain; The Adventure of Mrs. Farbman; The Cheapest Thing in Europe - Human Beings; Fantastic photo-illustrated centerfold illustrates Where Santa Claus Lives and What He Does; The Boston Tea Party's Last Survivor - David Kennison died at the age of 115; Who Discovered America?; How Victoria Trained King Edward VII - the Queen thought Prince Albert the model of perfection, but Young Wales did not respond. Chats with Office Callers; Q & A; I Read in the Papers - Senator William E. Borah rated highly by Chinese, Iowa Women can now be Legislators, Newspapers train convicts in crime, Dayton, OH druggists rid their stores of salacious and suggestive magazines. Somewhat above-average wear. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Collier's Magazine, January 3, 1948 - The Causes of Airline Accidents / Interview with Pravda Editor, Blochman, Lawrence G.; Hall, Baird; Beauchamp, D.D.; Yaycox, Ernest; McConnell, Oviatt; Bosworth, Allan R.; Lagemann, John Kord; Coons, Hannibal; Neely, Frederick R.; Brandon, O. Henry; Loftus, Robert F.; Van Tine, Ronald G.
4 Blochman, Lawrence G.; Hall, Baird; Beauchamp, D.D.; Yaycox, Ernest; McConnell, Oviatt; Bosworth, Allan R.; Lagemann, John Kord; Coons, Hannibal; Neely, Frederick R.; Brandon, O. Henry; Loftus, Robert F.; Van Tine, Ronald G. Collier's Magazine, January 3, 1948 - The Causes of Airline Accidents / Interview with Pravda Editor
Springfield, IL, U.S.A. The Crowell-Collier Publishing Company 1948 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Mechling, John (cover photo); Burns, Paul C.; Darling, Gilbert; Blossom, Earl; Lofman, Jacob; Baumgartner, Warren; Shook, Euclid; Derujinsky; Kling, Wendell; 
66 pages. Articles: Designs for Touring - Salt Water, Salubrity and Sin - Attractions of Mississippi's Gulf Coast - The Poor Man's Riviera; Strife Among the Roses - Rose Bowl Preview - with financial details; For Landings' Sake - a study of the causes of airline accidents; The Truth in Russian Eyes - an interview with the editor of Pravda; The People's Life Preservers - the FDA; Veni, Vidi Valli - Little lady Valli is Italy's gift to Hollywood; Facts and Figures - the last word in foundation garments (corsets, bras and girdles); Old Ties for Old - men can now swap unwanted gift neckwear; Here a City Died - a visit to Machu-Picchu - article with great color photos. Fiction: Cocktails at Blindman's Lake; This is the Night; Four Alarm; Oh, Lovely Land; Previous Date; The First Foot. Includes these nostalgic ads: Boris Karloff in a Tums ad; Pontiac cars; Talon Dresses (featuring wedding gown); "Night Song" movie (full-page); Spam; Camel cigarettes (back cover) featuring ballerina Kathryn Lee. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), June 9, 1951 -  Cover Photo of His Majesty King Haakon II of Norway, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; et al
5 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; et al The Illustrated London News (ILN), June 9, 1951 - Cover Photo of His Majesty King Haakon II of Norway
England The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd. 1951 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall de Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 925 - 964. Features: Political protests in Cape Town; Photos of commemoration of "The Epic of Calais" - unveiling of the Green Jacket's War Memorial; Photos of her majesty the Queen and Princess Margaret in Northern Ireland; Neasham Belle winning photo; G. Farina wins the Ulster Trophy Race; Field Marshall Montgomery addresses units of the 16th independent Parachute Brigade Group at Aldershot; Royal visit to celebrate the centenary of Manchester University; Photos of the Festival Gardens at Battersea; General Mark Clark's Story - photo-illustrated article; Photos of the anti-communist force in Indo-China - the army and religion of "Cao Dai"; Photo of Arctic Prince winning the 1951 Derby with royalty in attendance; Centerfold illustrations deal with England's weather and the wettest February for 110 years; Soberinig photos of the National Coal Board's (NCB's) greatest mine disaster at Easington Colliery where 81 died; Samples of Victoria photos at the V.and A. Museum; Photos of Atlantic seal calves; Scenes from the Korean War including communist POWs; Photos of personalities of the week, including Presiident Truman's daughter Margaret and Captain Charles Blair after he set a new record for a flight over the North Pole; Aerial photo of the H.M.S. Theseus at sea with crew spelling out her name on the flight deck; Two Swedish warships, the cruiser Gota Lejon and the destroyer Uppland; Photos from Rome; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A quality vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, August (Aug.) 4, 1962 - Barry Brewster Dies Climbing the North Face of Eiger, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; et al
6 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; et al The Illustrated London News, August (Aug.) 4, 1962 - Barry Brewster Dies Climbing the North Face of Eiger
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch 1962 B000KH9SV0 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Davis, G.H.; Sorrell, Alan 
Pages 161-196 plus 4 pages of ads. Features: Cover photo of the Eiger, where Barry Brewster lost his life, plus text and more photos; Russian dock collides with the South Goodwin lightship; Photo of Simon Paterson coming ashore after swimming the English Channel underwater in just under 14 hours; Photo of Sir Oswald Mosley, leader of the pro--fascist union movement, being knocked to the ground by demonstrators in Manchester on July 29; Four photos of the Queen at Plymouth and Dartmouth; Indian forces attack Chinese post in Ladakh - article with photo; Photo of Egyptian tank and Conquerer rocket; Major Michael Banks, Lieut. Hugh Wiltshire, and John Hinde successfully climb Mount McKinley; Major E. J. E. Mills and Capt. M. R. Jones are killed 5000 feet from the summit of Khingyang Chish in the Himalayas; Photo of new French bathyscaphe, L'Archimede, which successfully plunged to a depth of 31,350 feet on July 15; Photo of First Lady Mrs. Kennedy and Col. John Glenn waterskiing near Hyannis Port Massachusetts, Photo of Russian high jumper Valeriy Brumel setting world record of 7'5" at Stanford on July 22; America's Cup sailing photos, Aerial photo of devastation caused by exploding propane truck at Berlin, New York; Honolulu crash scene photo where 27 people died when a Britannia airliner crashed while landing; Photo of triple-hulled airship under construction at Trenton, New Jersey; Two photos of NASA's "Project Apollo"; Review of "Red Plush and Black Velvet", by Joseph Wechsberg - Dame Nellie Melba was Australia's queen of song; Two pages of illustrations show how the USA proposes to land two men on the moon in a few years; Two pages of photos of the new Chelsea barracks; Fantastic centrefold aerial photo of a packed Los Angeles Dodgers baseball stadium surrounded by many acres of cars; Four illustrations of the threatened monuments of Nubia; Photos of historic English buildings to be dismantled and rebuilt elsewhere; Photos of personalities of the week include Richard Aldington, Sir Burke Trend, Sir Laurence Hellsby, W. Armstrong, the Very Rev. M. M. Gibbs, Mr. C. Dearrsley, Aelred Watkin, Lord Freyberg, V. C., Major E. J. E. Mills, Capt. M. R. Jones, Mr. J. Mannings, Mr. J. T. Molony, the Duke of Norfork, The Right Honourable T. Rinfret, P. C.; Page of photos of horses and riders at the Royal International Horse Show; One-page photo of Miss Pat's Smythe riding Flanagan at the White City; Three photos of Bubbles, the 14 foot black pilot whale at Marineland, California, performing her tricks; Beautiful one-page aerial photo of the Colossus of Chiba, Kwannon, the Japanese goddess of mercy, standing 170 feet tall; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), June 21, 1952 -  Cover Photo of the Battle of Compound 76 on Koje Island, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John
7 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John The Illustrated London News (ILN), June 21, 1952 - Cover Photo of the Battle of Compound 76 on Koje Island
England The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd. 1952 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Pages 1033 - 1068. Features: Lovely one-page ad for the Humber 8-seater Pullman Limousine; 10 amazing photos of scenes related to the "Battle" in compound 76 and other aspects of communist resistance to United Nations control on Koje Island; Nice large photo of the Gloster GA-5 in vertical ascent; Photos of the Earl Marshal and Officers of the College of Arms - a present-day link with medieval England; Princess Margaret at Bedford School as part of its 400th anniversary celebrations; One page of illustrations indicating how the Swiss expedition to Mount Everest crossed a 16-ft crevasse; Many photos from the Richmond Royal Horse Show, with the Queen in attendance; Colour centerfold photos of a hen golden eagle in her nest in Banffshire; The new Russian Volga-Don Canal; Fantastic one-page photo of construction of 2000-ft roadway tunnel being constructed under the No. 1 runway at London Airport; Photos of personalities of the week, including the USSR's new ambassador to London, Andrei Gromyko, Dr. Syngman Rhee reading letters of support, and Cardinal Faulhaber of Munich, a determined opponent of Nazism; who died on June 12th; Four nice photos of Flippy the dolphin displaying his tricks; Photos of Flamingo Island inside Florida's Hialeah Track; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A quality vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, March (Mar.) 7, 1942 -  Cover Photo-Portrait of Maj.-Gen. Gordon Bennett, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John; Pycraft, W.P.
8 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John; Pycraft, W.P. The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, March (Mar.) 7, 1942 - Cover Photo-Portrait of Maj.-Gen. Gordon Bennett
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch, Ltd. 1942 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Bryan; Davis, G.H.; Turner, C.E.; De Grineau, Bryan; Cecil, Hugh (cover) 
Pages 285-312. Features: Illustration of General Sir Archibald Wavell; Photos from Russia, including sleeping masses in underground station; Photo of the Duke of Aosta who died on March 3; Photos of British aircraft parts being made deep underground; Photos of Dutch warships; Photos of the last days at Singapore; Large contour map of Java, invaded by Japanese; Topographical map of Java, indicating many features of interest; Illustrations are used to explain the case for and against the use of the big bombers; Photos of preparations for invasion of Bruneval; Photos after the successful Bruneval raid, including German POWs; Centerfold illustration of cyclist troops training to repel paratroop invasion of East Anglia; Prospects in Russia - article with map of Burma and the Russian Front; Photos of twelve people in the news, including the Earl of Selborne, Lieutenant Arthur Cutler, V.C., Pilot Officer J.J. Lynch, Rt. Hon. Lord Salvesen, Commander G.M. Sladen, and the late Lieut.-Com. Eugene Esmonde, V.C.; Numerous photos of General Douglas MacArthur - Holding the Philippines; Air photos of "Scharnhorst" and "Gneisenau" forced into ports for repairs; Photos of Churchill's mechanism (personnel) responsible for running the war; Photos of the R.A.F. in Russia with Hawker "Hurricanes" in the Arctic Circle; China's Resounding Victory at Changsha - six photos from the battlefront, including Japanese POWs; Two pages of photos of the importance and production of synthetic rubber; Nice colour Johnnie Walker ad on back cover; More vintage ads. This issue was never stapled. Contents clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A worthy copy of this great wartime issue. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN) January 10, 1953 - Coelacanth Fish, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril
9 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril The Illustrated London News (ILN) January 10, 1953 - Coelacanth Fish
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch, Ltd. 1953 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall De Grineau, Bryan; Davis, G.H.: Turner, C.E. 
Pages 37-72. Features: Nice colour B.O.A.C. ad inside front cover features lovely lady in swimsuit with beach scene backdrop; Cover page photos and write-up of the 'diving dinosaur' coelcanth fish recently caught near Madagascar; Before and after aerial photos of the communist railroad marshalling yard turntable at Musan, North Korea, before it was blown to bits by American Navy Skyraiders from the U.S.S. Bon Homme Richard; Dr. Alain Bombard; Mr. L.G. Newble; Australian victory at the Davis Cup; Mrs. Raynes-Simson and Mrs. Kitty Hesselberger fought off a Kikuyu gang of four; Thanking the heroes of the Champollion wreck rescue; Considerable coverage of production of the new reign's coinage; A voice from the sky in the Indo-China war - psychological warfare; The Royal Navy's new distress signal/marker buoy diagramatically explained; Nice centerfold illustration of the Bristol Britannia; Nice one-page photo of the Chelsea Arts Ball; The lake sacrifice of weapons after a Jutish battle of 1500 years ago - discovered in Denmark; Photos of the weapons of the vanquished of Jutland in 450 A.D.; Twilight of the Ass - it is being replaced by mechanization; Photos of the war on locusts being researched at the London Centre; Photos of personalities of the week, including Prince Chichibu who died on January 3, Sir Roger Makins and Hugh Tayfield; Photos of the Schoolboy's Own Exhibition; Photos of Coronation dress for peers and peeresses, and styles for ladies not wearing robes; Photo of the first Sabre Jet fighters to be delivered to the R.A.F.; Photo of Aer Lingus Dakota airliner which crashed near Spernall Ash; Photo of the crashed Viking at Belfast Airport which killed 27 persons; Photo of 200,000 people attending funeral of West Berlin police sergeant, Hubert Bauer, shot while preventing the Russians from kidnapping a German family; Excellent colour ad for Player's Navy Cut cigarettes inside back cover features the famous Player's Sailor wearing his H.M. S. Excellent cap; Colour Johnnie Walker ad on back cover features golf putting; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, December 13, 1947: The Pendulum Swing of Communal Violence Begins in Palestine, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al
10 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al The Illustrated London News, December 13, 1947: The Pendulum Swing of Communal Violence Begins in Palestine
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1947 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Pages 649- 676. Features: Cover photo of huge black plume of smoke rising from a Jerusalem cinema, mistakenly thought to be Arab owned and burned by Jews in retaliation for Arab looting; Six dramatic photos of Arab riots in Jerusalem where Britain represents the sole stable factor; Photo of the huge Consolidated Vultee military transport, the XC-99, during its first test flight; Photo inside the belly of the XC-99; Two photos of the air raid shelter, or bunker, where Hitler and Eva Braun died; Two photos of the deep water salvage submarine designed by Italian Pietro Vessena for use in Lake Como; Five photos of Russia's mighty military on parade in Moscow; Five photos of hunger and destitution in postwar Berlin; Article discusses the great communist counter-offensive in France; Photos from Manchuria where China's Civil War continues; Two pages of scenes of sabotage and civil disorder in Paris, Arras and Lille, where the French assertion of the right to work has brought the Communists into the open; One-page reproduction of the famous photo of St. Paul's Cathedral during the 1940 blitz - contrasted with the opposing page which shows St. Paul's today, war-scarred but majestic amid devastation; Five photos show repairs being made to St. Paul's; Two pages of photos illustrate the ancient art of Benin; Photos of personalities of the week include Sir Eustace Pulbrook, King Michael of Rumania and Princess Anne of Bourbon-Parme, Samuel Courtauld, Mr. Molotov, Mr. Vishinsky, Chiang Kai-shek, Harold Wilson, and Mme. Chiang Kai-shek; Photo of a detachment of the York and Lancaster Regiment at Dolni Bousov, Czechoslovakia, receiving back the regimental drum, lost to the Germans in Crete in 1941; Photo of huge crowd in Tel Aviv celebrating news that the UN had voted in favour of the partition of Palestine. Somewhat above average wear. Unmarked. Few tape repairs. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, May 29, 1945: Coronation Naval Review, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al
11 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al The Illustrated London News, May 29, 1945: Coronation Naval Review
London The Illustrated London News 1945 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Turner, C.E.; Brewer, Henry C. 
Pages 975- 1022. Features: Nice One-page photo-illustrated travel add for Czechoslovakia; Vintage half-page photo-illustrated ad for the French Riviera and Basque Coast; Cover photo of the king and queen and Princess Elizabeth going aboard the Royal yacht "Victoria and Albert" in Portsmouth Harbour; Photos of Portsmouth welcoming the king; Dramatic photo of assembled warships firing royal salute; Two pages of photos of the fleet illuminated at night; Photo of the king leaving 6 inch gun turret in HMS "Southampton"; Illustrated article discusses the riddle of the markings on Mars; Nice one-page photo of the king and queen returning from St. Paul's in an open landau with princesses Elizabeth and Margaret; Page of nice photos of attendees at the Empire day and coronation Thanksgiving service in St. Paul's; Nice one-page photo of the king and queen with their daughters in their horse-drawn landau before a huge crowd; Two-page illustration of the Empire day and coronation Thanksgiving at St. Paul's; One-page photo of the king and queen at Chelsea; Photos of personalities of the week include Sir Alexander Grant, Marshall Voroshilov, Gen. Ismet Inonu, the Duchess of Kent, the Maharajah of Alwar, Dr. S. H. Langdon, the late John D. Rockefeller, who died on May 23, the Duke of Kent, Queen Mary, and Lord Aberconway; Two-page illustration of celebration of the honourable artillery Company's (H.A.C.) 400th anniversary at Olympia; Three photos of the Paris exhibition which has officially opened; Photo of Donald Bain leading crowd of bushmen in Cape Town as he seeks permission from the government to kill game for food; Photo of the shattered deck of HMS "Hunter" after it struck a mine off the coast of Spain, killing eight; Five photos of refugee Basque children brought to England in the "Habana"; Classy one-page Harrods ad features a dining set; Nice one-page ad for Humber's seven passenger Pullman Limousine; One-page ad for Austin Reed men's clothing; One-page photo-illustrated ad for the Hudson Eight Tickford Foursome Coupe; Two wedding fashion photos for women; Classy half-page photo ad for Bentley cars; One-page photo ad for King's College Hospital appeals for financial help; Travel ads for Switzerland, Australia, Bermuda, and more; Colour back page ad for Douglas Stuart (Stuart House of London); and more. Please note: half of centrefold missing, otherwise unmarked with average wear. A worthy copy of this great issue. 
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The Illustrated London News, May 16, 1936: Mussolini (Il Duce) Cover Photo, Chesterton, G. K.; Et al
12 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 Illustrated London News, December (Dec.) 15, 1934: Berlin Conductor Dr. Wilhelm Furtwangler Forced to Resign By Nazis, Chesterton, G.K.; Et al
13 Chesterton, G.K.; Et al The Illustrated London News, December (Dec.) 15, 1934: Berlin Conductor Dr. Wilhelm Furtwangler Forced to Resign By Nazis
London The Illustrated London News 1934 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Simont, J.; Davis, G.H. 
Pages 993-1036. Features: cover photo of Dr. Wilhelm Furtwangler, conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, forced into retirement by Nazi influences; Photo of the League of Nations meeting in Geneva to discuss an international military force to police the Saar; Page of illustrations of the "Emperor" of conductors, Toscanini; Page of photos describe the plight of Hungarian refugees expelled from Yugoslavia; One page photo shows the "Orion" being launched at Barrow electronically by the Duke of Gloucester in Brisbane, 12,000 miles away; Fascinating photo-illustrated article by disillusioned young Oxford Socialist John Brown, author of "I Was a Tramp", describes his trip to Soviet Russia; Two large photos commemorate the first regular airmail from England to Australia via Imperial Airways; Photo illustrated article on blind fish in the Caverns of Brazil - first photos of live specimens; Two pages of illustrations of the Mayo composite aircraft, under construction for Imperial Airways, which launches heavily loaded mail planes upon its back; Page of photos and text present prehistoric pottery found in Persia - "entirely unexpected" types from Syalck; Two pages of fabulous photos illustrate how a Japanese hotel combines domestic tradition with incongruous borrowings from the West; Majestic colour one-page ad for Dunlop boasts of their 90th anniversary; Amazing photo of Canadian "Monster" - sea cow, basking shark, or "cadborosaurus" - recently discovered on the shores of Henry Island, British Columbia; Centrefold photos of the Duke of Gloucester at functions in Australia; Photo of Sir Wilfred Grenfell giving medical attention in Newfoundland and Labrador; Photos of the Prince of Wales in distressed Durham; Photos of attempts to save Charles O'Leary who died after three days trapped in an Irish well; Photos of the Soviet funeral for murdered Sergei Kiroff; Photo of new airplane for the Viceroy of India, the "Star of India"; Photo of famous archaeologist Sir Arthur Evans sitting for his portrait bust by David Evans; Photo of the Salvation Army welcoming its new general, Miss Evangeline Booth; Photos of personalities of the week include General Temperley, G. G. Knox, M. Titulescu; Anthony Eden, M. Laval; Baron Aloisi, Ruchdi Bey, Julian Wylie, Sir Horace Lamb, King Prajadhipok, Sir James O'Grady, Sir Edwin Lutyens, C. H. Bressey, Col. Lindbergh's second son, little John, being taken to school by his mother, the late Lord Riddell, C. T. P. Ulm, George Littlejohn, J. L. Skilling, and the late Viscount Buckmaster; Nice colour one page Dewar's ad features Santa hefting cases of whisky; Colour photos of Christmas eve celebrations in Hungary; Article and photos of 6 million year old insect fossils; Page of photos of the filming of "Lorna Doone";One-page South Africa tourism ad One-page Schweppes ad; and more. Outer advertising pages not included. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, December (Dec.) 8, 1956 - Labour Leader Huguette / Johnny Lombardi, Cornish, John; Sangster, Dorothy; Katz, Sidney; O'Hagan, Richard; Phillips, Alan; Moon, Barbara; et al
14 Cornish, John; Sangster, Dorothy; Katz, Sidney; O'Hagan, Richard; Phillips, Alan; Moon, Barbara; et al Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, December (Dec.) 8, 1956 - Labour Leader Huguette / Johnny Lombardi
Montreal Maclean Hunter 1956 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Hill, Jame (Jim); Cahen, Oscar; Price, Arthur; 
124 pages. Features: Cover painting of barber shop in Kemano, B.C.; Nice Christmas ad for Parker Pens inside front cover; Editorial - If Nationalism's okay, it's okay for everybody; Women are not a race apart - opinion piece by Anne Francis; Nice one-page colour-photo ad features inset photo of Dorothy Moreau, Miss Canada 1956; How London Dimmed Liberace's Smile; Nostalgic one-page Christmas-motif ad for Ganong's Delector Chocolates; Electrohome TV ad shows dad babysitting; Two-page colour ad for Schick electric shavers for ladies; From Ottawa - Can politics compete with Howdy Doody?; Panel Discussion about Women - with contributions by Nathan Steinberg, Madame Renee Vautelet, Miss Anne Hamilton, Mrs. L.M. Baldwin, Dr. Marion Hilliard, Dr. Reva Gerstein, Miss E.W. Loosley and Dr. Ashley Montagu; The Lady is a Labor (Labour) Leader - Huguette Plamondon; How Serious is the Threat of Radiation? - we are constant targets of radioactivity - what is it doing to us - and future generations? - some disturbing facts; Johnny Lombardi's Kingdom of Music and Macaroni - this war vet opened an Italian grocery, broadcast Italian music, and imported Italian movies; The Tragic Case of the Man Who Played Jesus - Peter and Mina Sala were key figures in the 1941 Belcher Islands murders - Peter posed as God, Ouyerack as Christ, and Mina went mad, leading naked women and children on the ice where six died; Comic Paul Kligman - master of the Jewish joke - photo-illustrated article; The Story of Olga - novel; One-page colour-photo ad for McBrine luggage; Two-page colour-photo ad for Kodak cameras; Great Caterpillar one-page photo ad features D8 Cats pulling large loads across the vast wastes of Antarctica as part of Operation Deepfreeze; Two-page ad for Philishave for ladies features figure skaters; Hammond Chord Organ ad features home Christmas scene; *Sensational* two-page colour-photo ad for the 1957 Pontiac (red Laurentian 4-Door Sport Sedan with white roof and stripe); Classy one-page diamond ad for Birks Jewellers features attractive lady and tropical fish; Canadian Club one-page colour-photo ad features Fred Klaus and Tom Morison who are hit by an avalanche while skiing in the Austrian Alps; Nostalgic Red Cap Ale / Black Label Beer colour-photo ad features "Mabel" and mand in red cap putting the finishing pieces on a beautiful Christmas tree; Classy one-page colour ad for Electrohome celebrating their 50th anniversary in 1957; Schick mens' shavers centrefold ad; Nice colour ad for Pyrex decorator casserole dishes; Colourful Moirs Chocolates ad features Santa; Nice colour ad for Maxwell House coffee; Colour photo of elegant couple in Wiser's whisky ad; Remington shaver ad features great colour photo of hatless Santa getting ready to shave; 3/4-page colour ad for B.C. Apples features illustrations of little boy and girl; Robert W. Service recounts his most memorable meal - after being lost at forty below; Interesting colour ad for Cummins portable electric tools; Great archival colour ad for Crown Zellerback Canada features nice illustration of Christmas package being delivered, with written details of their kraft paper production at Elk Falls, their Richmond, B.C. box plant, and their pioneer Ocean Falls mill; Attractive large colour-photo ad for Lawson & Jomes Limited features the labels they print for O'Keefe ale, beer and double stout; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. Page 57 taped into place with archival tape, otherwise a sound and pleasing vintage copy. 
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The Times History and Encyclopaedia of the War, Part 108, Vol. 9, September (Sept.) 12, 1916 -  The Battle of Jutland Bank, May 31-June 1, 1916, Correspondents of the Times
15 Correspondents of the Times The Times History and Encyclopaedia of the War, Part 108, Vol. 9, September (Sept.) 12, 1916 - The Battle of Jutland Bank, May 31-June 1, 1916
London The Times Publishing Company 1916 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Pages 121-160. This issue deals with the Battle of Jutland Bank, May 31-June 1, 1916. Cover illustration of the end of the "Shark". Photos and illustrations include Admiral Sir John Jellicoe, map of the battle area, Photo of ther German dreadnought battleship "Kaiser", Vice-Admiral Scheer, Vice-Admiral Hipper, Sir David Beatty, O. De B. Brock, W.C. Pakenham, Horace L.A. Hood, E.M. Phillpotts, F.C. Dreyer, Arthur L. Cay, Charles J. Wintour, Sir C.R. Blaine, German battle-cruiser "Seydlitz", Sir Charles Madden, Lionel Halsey, German light cruiser "Rostock", German Pre-Dreadnought Battleship "Pommern", Sir Doveton Sturdee, Sir Cecil Burney, Arthur C. Leveson, Ernest F.A. Gaunt, Sir Thomas Jerram, Alexander L. Duff, Hugh Evan-Thomas, T.D.W. Napier, Herbert L. Heath, Charles E. Le Mesurier, Sir Robert Arbuthnot, E.S. Alexander-Sinclair, William E. Goodenough, E.G.S. Bingham, photo of brave lad John Travers Cornwell who bravely died in action. Covers pulling from staples. Ink stamp atop front cover, otherwise unmarked. Average wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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True West Magazine: December 1972 - Special Treasure Issue, Green, Ford; Keuker, Clinton G.; Barkdull, Tom; Hawkins, Amos; Smillie, Jack; Murray, Tom G.; Richmond, Robert W.; White, Marjorie; Browne, Tom; Myers, Olevia E.; Moore, Jean Michael; Denio, Russ; Paul, Jan S.; Ryan, Tom K.
16 Green, Ford; Keuker, Clinton G.; Barkdull, Tom; Hawkins, Amos; Smillie, Jack; Murray, Tom G.; Richmond, Robert W.; White, Marjorie; Browne, Tom; Myers, Olevia E.; Moore, Jean Michael; Denio, Russ; Paul, Jan S.; Ryan, Tom K. True West Magazine: December 1972 - Special Treasure Issue
USA Western Publications Inc. 1972 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Lost loot of Monterrey - also known as the Davis Mountain Tresure and Skeleton Canyon Treasure; The Lone Ranger - an introduction to what went on behind the microphone of the radio show which introduced several generations to the Old West; A Prairie Town's Nameless Grave - little boy died of a broken heart in Elrod, South Dakota; I packed Al Morrow out of the Superstitions - the Lost Dutchman won again; The Philosophy of a Pioneer Lawman - certain rules of jurisdiction had to be bent a little; Last of the Burromen - Seldom Seen Slim; Gallows on the Treeless Plains - rail bridges used for hangings; Hawikuh - Coronado's city of gold turned out to be just an Indian village of stone - and arrows!; Slummukh's Lost Mine, 60 miles northeast of Vancouver, B.C.; Wolf Bait!; Crazy Klondike Business Schemes; Walking the Wall at the Idaho Penitentiary; Wild Old Days!; Did They Share the Goller Treasure? - Old Randsburg, California. Unmarked with average wear. Contents partially yellowed with age. A sound copy. 
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Truckin' Magazine, June 1984, Heger,  Matthew; et al
17 Heger, Matthew; et al Truckin' Magazine, June 1984
USA McMullen Publishing, Inc. 1984 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
86 pages. Features: Seth Doulton's "Skoal Bandits" - 1957 Chevy Panel; The Day High Performance Died - new emissions laws and testing procedures; Rear Suspension Options for the Classic Pickup; Desert Fox - Frank and Janet Heavner's 1979 Chevy G-20; Bronze Beauty - Mark Stern's 1977 Ford Courier; Dennis Carpenter Reproductions; Princess' Rolling Palace - a Vans Unlimited creation; Dumont Dunes Jamboree - Death Valley Comes Alive; Hi-Tech Engraving; 1984 GMC Jimmy 6.2 Diesel 4X4; Chevy's new Astro mini-van unveiled in Chicago; Ray "Doc" Holdway's 1956 Ford Pickup; Charles Weber's 1956 Ford Panel; Deep Freeze - Gary & Helen Rajcok's 1979 Ford F-150 4X4. Covers almost loose from staples. Unmarked. Average wear. A sound copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, December 1, 1963: Thirty Years Ago - Prohibition, Human, Sydney; Baker, Russell; Burns, James MacGregor; Anderson, Margaret; Stern, Philip M.; Long, Clarence D.; Tynan, K.; Sanders, M.K.; Carthew, Anthony; Vincent, G.; Guitar, M.A.; Glueck, G.
18 Human, Sydney; Baker, Russell; Burns, James MacGregor; Anderson, Margaret; Stern, Philip M.; Long, Clarence D.; Tynan, K.; Sanders, M.K.; Carthew, Anthony; Vincent, G.; Guitar, M.A.; Glueck, G. The New York Times Magazine, December 1, 1963: Thirty Years Ago - Prohibition
New York The New York Times 1963 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Tames, George; Flora, James; Perl, Susan; Rose, Carl; Miller, Marilyn; Anderson, Doug; Glueckselig, Leo; Wescott, Robert; Englehardt, Tom; Leone, J. 
152 pages. Features: LBJ cover photos; The Qualities That Make a President; 100 Years of History in the White House in two pages of photos; LBJ - Master of the Art of the Possible; The Legacy of the 1,000 Days - JFK declared that his task would only be begun in his first 1,000 days; Twelve Great Problems for a New President; The American Tradition - Four Symbols; The Negro Child Asks "Why?" - why the violence and hate?; Are Machines More important than People?; Observations of a Freshman in Congress - Clarence D. Long; To Divorce Art from Money-Making; Six Million Woman Volunteered in the 1960 Election; The Most Expensive Family Album - Paintings of Britain's Royal Children; Thirty Years Ago - Prohibition Died; The Noise Problems of Apartment Living; Times Change in Antarctica - photos; Three photos of Las Vegas; Swimwear fashion photos; Toys are for Playing; Photos of the Modern Art of Stenciling; Ballet for Children; Britons Succumb to "Beatlemania' - article with photos; and more. Ads: Lovely fashion ads; The new Caron Derringer; Helen Harper ad features Seal Cove, Maine lobstermen; Rolex ad features photo of Maurice Chevalier; Fantastic color-photo centerfold features 12 young girls in their "Style Undies"; Color Accutron ad features photo of admiring men; Super one-page color photo ad for Indian Head's new fabrics features native man in suit with woman; Pepperidge Farm Chocolate Partait Cake; Ronson home appliances; Nice one-page color-photo ad for Shakespeare cigars features "Mr. Havana Cigar", Ralph Schuyler Williams; Boca Raton Hotel and Club; Horsman Dolls. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy 
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This Week Magazine, February 7, 1965 - Insert to the Boston Sunday Herald: John Le Carre Describes His First Inspiration, Le Carre, John; Rice, Charlie; Gilbert, Eugene; Paddleford, Clementine; Lester, David;
19 Le Carre, John; Rice, Charlie; Gilbert, Eugene; Paddleford, Clementine; Lester, David; This Week Magazine, February 7, 1965 - Insert to the Boston Sunday Herald: John Le Carre Describes His First Inspiration
USA United Newspapers Magazine Corporation / The Boston Herald 1965 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall McKie, Roy (cover); Stein, Ralph 
16 pages. Features: My First Character - Best-Selling Author John Le Carre tells of his first inspiration; The Perfect Age - many famous achievements have been accomplished by young people; Our Changing Youth - how different are today's teens from those of ten years ago?; Rolling Stone Brian Jones almost died in Detroit; Are You Really in Love? - here are some clues; Great retro color ad on back cover entitled ""Flash Across the Skies!" advertises a model of the Gemini space capsule. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Coupon removed from Hormel ad on page 11, otherewise a sound copy of this special vintage issue. 
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The Wide World - The Magazine for Everybody, April (Apr.) 1918, No. 240, Vol. XL: I Fired the First Shot For Britain in the War (WWI), Martyn, F.; O'Shaughnessy, W.; Jordan, E.; Craig, W.; Martin, E.; Patterson, W.; Ashmeead-Bartlett, E.; Beattie, S.; et al
20 Martyn, F.; O'Shaughnessy, W.; Jordan, E.; Craig, W.; Martin, E.; Patterson, W.; Ashmeead-Bartlett, E.; Beattie, S.; et al The Wide World - The Magazine for Everybody, April (Apr.) 1918, No. 240, Vol. XL: I Fired the First Shot For Britain in the War (WWI)
New York The International New Company 1918 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Prater, Ernest; Skelton, J.R.; Holloway, W.H.; Wood, Stanley L.; Evison, H.; Gillett, Frank; Soper, George; Prater, Ernest 
Pages 442-528 plus 24 pages of ads. Features: The Strange Case of Sergeant Pron - a story of the French Foreign Legion; Turned into a Pillar of Salt - a salt-miner becomes lost in his mine; Mysterious Fish with Strange Arabic Inscriptions - photo and brief write-up of fish caught at Zanzibar ; A Woman's Journey Across Africa - Part I - Eva J. Jordan's amazing journey through mysterious Africa, this part dealing with Uganda (with photos); How I Fired the First Shot for Britain in the Great War - Trooper William Craig, of the 4th Dragoon Guards was also the first British soldier to bring down a Uhlan; Chased by Bees - while observing apes E.F. Martin unknowingly disturbed a nest; In the Clutches of a Boa-Constrictor - adventure in Rhodesia; With the British Armoured Cars in Russia - Part II - a stirring account of their work and adventures, with great photos; The House of a Hundred Rooms - Part II - Chinese Tong-men and gamblers operated a building in Philadelphia's tenderloin district which had secret cellars and dungeons which were put to diabolical uses; My Adventures in the World War, Part IV - famous war correspondent E. Ashmead-Bartlett offers startling and thrilling contributions; The Mystery of the "Haunted Hills" - a strange story from Australia's Queensland bush; The Soldier Samson of the Italian Alps - photo-illustrated tales of an incredibly strong soldier in an Italian Alpini battalion (with photo of him lifting five men!); Human Tanks - An Ingenious Body Shield invented by Italian troops; The Papuan Chief's "Revenge" - intereseting photo-illustrated story; Some African Fashions - humorous illustrations; Arctic Painter's Thrilling Adventures - M. Borissof became lost along the northern shores of Nova Zembla and nearly died (with photo of his studio); Photo of Indian chief Wa-Ha-Gunta who just turned 134 years old!; and more. Average external wear. Bit of writing on front cover and Table of Contents. Binding intact. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue. 
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