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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.
1 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 9¾" - 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 Illustrated London News (ILN) Magazine, March 5, 1955 -  Cover Photo of Princess Margaret on Raft in Jamaica, Bryant, Arthur.; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril
2 Bryant, Arthur.; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril The Illustrated London News (ILN) Magazine, March 5, 1955 - Cover Photo of Princess Margaret on Raft in Jamaica
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd. 1955 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Beaton, Cecil; Karsh; 
Pages 381-428.. Features: Guinness ad inside front cover features Jane Welsh Carlyle; Nice one-page Benson & Hedges ad features ritzy scene aboard trainr; One-page ad for the David Brown companies features welder at work; Nice half-page ad for Westland helicopters; One-page ad for Cossor shows auto assembly line at Morris Motors; One-page Fairey Aviation Company ad honours the H.M. S. Illustrious; Two pages of photos of Princess Margaret being welcomed in St. Kitts, Jamaica and the Bahamas; Turkey and Iraq sign mutual defence treaty; King Hussein of Jordan engaged to Princess Dina Abd-El-Hamid Aoun; Passing of M. Paul Claudel and Huseyin Ragip Baydur; Farewell photos of the Shaw of Iran and his wife as they leave London; Czech skater Miss Miroslava NNachodska seeks asylum in the U.S.; Amazing photos of the underground thermal power of Wairakei, New Zealand - which will supply heavy water for Britain's atomic power stations; M. Edgar Faure; Page of photos of the Royal Navy's most formidable fighting unit - H.M.S. Ark Royal and its commissioning; Photo of snow in Riviera town; Missing Belgian airliner found after eight days on Mt. Terminillo; One-page colour-photo portrait of Princess Margaret; Six colour photos describe the "Powder Keg of Asia" - Chinese Nationalist troops on Formosa; Excavating an important site inthe Malayan jungles at Gua Cha, in Kelantan; One page photo portrait of Dame Edith Evans; Two pages of photos of/in the first American hotel ever built in London - the Wesbury is the West End's first new hotel for over twenty years; Damage from fire at Shell refinery at Shell Haven, Essex - the three men who kep the fire from spreading - R.A. Jackson, T. Brookbank and H. Dobson; Storm and Explosion in Genoa Harbour - the Nordanland was carrying calcium carbide; Snow scenes in the Pennines and Cornwall; Launching of new British submarine "Excalibur" which uses hydrogen peroxide fuel; Huge wool fire dockside in New Zealand; Voting on the SAAR and Paris agreements; Photos of the amazing Ibex in the Alps;Toronto landmark destroyed by fire - Anglican Church of the Martyr;Nuclear device exploded at Yucca Flat; Nice colour photo ad for Dow-Mac (Products) Ltd.; Back cover colour ad for Johnnie Walker with billiards theme; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, August (Aug.) 10, 1963 - Photos of Early Dubai, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; et al
3 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; et al The Illustrated London News, August (Aug.) 10, 1963 - Photos of Early Dubai
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch 1963 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall de Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 185-220 plus 4 pages of ads. Features: Sensational page of six photos, with text, illustrating Dubai, the primary port and one of the most progressive towns in Trucial Oman - includes the Customs Building, the new bridge, Shaikh Rashid Bin Said, a general view of the town, the Al-Gaz Hotel, the old palace, and more; Cover photo of the Queen Mother upon her 63rd birthday; Article on the Moscow Test-Ban Treaty with photo of DeGaulle; Photo of the Vickers Hovertruck in action; Photo of the Corporal missile on parade at Larkhill; Photo of Mr. David Tapp driving his tractor, The Seahorse, across the English Channel; Photo of champion racing driver Graham Hill aboard replica of a Ford Quadricycle, marking the centenary of Henry Ford who is shown separately driving a Quadricycle in 1904; Photo of spectators swarming onto the pitch at Headingley after West Indies triumph in fourth test match; Illustration of the eminent conductor, Mr. Basil Cameron; Page of fascinating text and photos explain war in Yemen between the Royalist and Republican forces; Photo of engine of wrecked WWII British bomber found in Dutch field; Photo of examination of first wreckage recovered from the U.A.R. Comet which crashed in the Indian Ocean on July 28, killing 62 persons including 26 Boy Scouts from the Philippines; Photos of Japanese Emperor Hirohito examining marine life on Hayama Beach, Japan; Dramatic photos of rescue efforts at Skopje, Yugoslavia after earthquake; Photo of Peru's president-elect, Signor Fernando Belaunde Terry; Amazing photo of huge Australian wedge-tailed Eagle named 'Widgie' landing on the arm of young John Ryder who rescued the bird when it fell from its nest in its youth; Photo of the Bishop of Caltagirone blessing and Italian cradle bound for the unborn child of President Kennedy; Photo of disarmament conference at Geneva; Photo of Orville Freeman presenting Indian peace pipe to Khrushchev on July 30; Book review of "Dieppe - The Shame And The Glory", by Terrence Robertson; Page of news and illustrations from 100 years ago includes New York riots, reoccupation of Jackson, Mississippi, by the Confederates, and balloon reconnaissance at Aldershott; One page photo of London Heliolaters (swimmers) at the Oasis Pool, Holborn, during the fifth day of the current heatwave; Delacroix Centennial exhibition in the Louvre; Illustrated article on the highways and houses of Salsisbury before redevelopment; Major coverage of biblical Shechem in Jordan - its history and current excavations; Photo of Chesterfield Cup horserace at Goodwood on July 31; Aerial photo of Eastbourne showing the Devonshire Park lawn tennis courts; Photos of personalities of the week include Dr. Carl Borgward, Lady Hudson, Sir Horace Clark, Sir Robert Chapman, Miss Claudia Mcpherson of Canada (the youngest Channel swimmer), Miss Jane Allday, six railwaymen who have become mayors in South Wales, Harold Philby (granted asylum in Russia), Jazzman Don Aloysius Gordon (freed on appeal of assault charge), John Grigg, Lord Stansgate with his wife (now Mr. Wedgwood Benn and a commoner), and Mr. St. Clair; Four photos and text of 100 foot first century Roman ship discovered in the Blackfriars mud; Two pages of amazing photos and text describe dystopian life inside a communist Chinese agricultural commune - an exclusive glimpse of life behind the bamboo curtain; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A sound copy of this wonderful issue. 
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The London Illustrated News, Saturday, August 15, 1953: Korean P.O.W. Exchange/Crash of Convair B36, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Burton, Maurice;  Falls, Cyril; Mallowan, M.E.L.; Davis, Frank
4 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Burton, Maurice; Falls, Cyril; Mallowan, M.E.L.; Davis, Frank The London Illustrated News, Saturday, August 15, 1953: Korean P.O.W. Exchange/Crash of Convair B36
London Newnes 1953 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Pages 235-266. Features: Cover photos of British in Malaya dealing with terrorists; American 10-engined B36 bomber crashes off Ireland; Photos of Korean war prisoners being exchanged/released, including Dwight Coxe, W. Liggett, W.A. Buxton and R. Brand; Strikes create havoc in France, stranding British travellers; Dublin horse show and other royal photos; Glider illustrations; Photos of the Queen and her children on their way to Balmoral; Photos of gliding championships at Great Hucklow; Ant-Watching (article); Photos of Sabena's new helicopter service; Three photos of massive sharks caught near Brisbane and at Durban; Centrefold photos of the Duke of Edinburgh racing "Coweslip" and "Bluebottle"; Article (with photos) on Korean Armistice; Page of illustrations of the Seals of the Queens of England, from Mary I to Elizabeth II; Article and photos regarding newly-found Assyrian royal palace of 2750 years ago at Nimrud - The Royal Palace of Adad-Nirari III; More news photos and art illustrations; Photos of the Traber Troupe of acrobats at work mid-air; Chicago's biggest Cinerama Screen. Above-average wear. Openings along coverfold. Centerfold barely holding by one staple. Unmarked. A worthy reference copy of this informative issue. 
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The Illustrated London (ILN) News, June 30, 1956 - International Victoria Cross (V.C.) Winners Assemble, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril
5 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril The Illustrated London (ILN) News, June 30, 1956 - International Victoria Cross (V.C.) Winners Assemble
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd. 1956 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Sheppard, Raymond 
Pages: 801-844. Features: Great colour ad inside front cover for British Motor Corporation (BMC) features illustration of elephant pulling massive log; Nice one-page Rover car ad; Cover photo of the Queen and her husband arriving at Ascot on Royal Hunt Cup Day; Dramatic cricket photos - test match between England and Australia; Review of the First or Grenadier Regiment of Foot Guards on parade at Windsor; Photos of ten personalities of the week, including Mr. Michael Arlen, Golda Myerson, Thomas J. Watson, and Professor James J. Guest; Swiss Everest climbers; Royal Polo; Churchill and Truman; King Faisal of Iraq; Seven illustrations of Britain's first 'motors only' road - the preston by-pass; Nice two-page photo montage of seeded tennis players for the Wimbledon singles titles; One page with three large photos of a gathering of heroes - scenes from the Queen's review of holders of the Victoria Cross (V.C.); Magnificent centerfold photo of the Queen arriving in horse-drawn carriage at London's Hyde Park to review 300 holders of the Victoria Cross; Photos from the Troodos Mountains 'Sweep' in Cyprus - terrorists and a deadly fire; Photos of Krushchev and Tito; The vanished crown of Mary of Modena - a counterfeit of the seventeenth century found under a royal diadem of the eighteenth; Mrs. Nasser votes in Egypt; Photos from East Germany - Russina withdrawals; Photo of fourteen Canadian Victoria Cross (V.C.) recipients on their arrival at Portsmouth; Arrival of 14 Australian recipients of the Victoria Cross at Tilbury Docks; Arrival of 10 Indian recipients of the Victoria Cross at Tilbury Docks; One-page ad for Wolseley cars; Nice colour-photo ad inside back cover for Ilford colour film features Stonehenge and a Marilyn Monroe look-alike; Nice colour ad on back page for Midland Bank Gift Cheques; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), December 13, 1952, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; Burton, Maurice
6 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; Burton, Maurice The Illustrated London News (ILN), December 13, 1952
England The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd. 1952 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Fraser, Eric; 
Pages 969-1012. Features: Great colour ad for Standard Triumph (cars) features Christmas church bell-ringers; Cover photo of the Queen with the leaders of the Commonwealth; Nice one-page Rolex ad features woodcut illustration of a gardener by Eric Fraser; Photo of the Scottish Court of Chivalry; Nice one-page photo of the summit of Everest 8,000 feet above the recent Swiss expedition, plus four other great half-page photos of the expedition; Interesting photos of the home fleet's arctic cruise - testing protective clothing in the far north; Two pages of photos of miniature Queens from the Lilian Lunn doll collection; National Service Under review; First stamps of Elizabeth's reign; The Duchess of Kent's return; Colour centerfold illustration of the historic gems now in the regalia of British sovereigns; Three colour-photos of the people and homes of the North Cameroons - the Fali, a mountain people who believe humans were first taught knowledge by a toad; Nice one-page series of illustrations show how diamonds are processed at a large Amsterdam works; Malayan Navy photos; photo of a German WWII two-man submarine with torpedoe still attached - found near Alkmaar, 20 miles from Amsterdam; Fresh masterpieces discovered in the palace of the Byzantine Emperors; Food, Bacteria and Farming; Two half-page photos illustrate the siege of Na-Sam, the fortified airstrip in northwest indo-china in which 10,000 to 15,000 French Union troops faced three communist divisions; Photos of personalities of the week, including figure skater Miss V. Osborn and Cicely Hamilton who passed away on December 6th; Photo of the Shah of Iran and Queen Soraya touring the Abadan refinery; Photo of Jomo Kenyatta at Kapenguria in handcuffs; Photo of the recent Swiss Everest team; Photo of the remains of the native township of Albertynsville, near Johannesburg; Photo of a huge underground nazi WWII petrol storage tank; Charming full-colour ad for Meltis' New Berry Fruits candies inside back cover; Nice colour Johnnie Walker ad on back cover features Christmas/New Year theme; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A quality vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, August (Aug.) 4, 1945: Great Coverage of WWII Aftermath / Mitchell Bomber Strikes Empire State Building, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al
7 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al The Illustrated London News, August (Aug.) 4, 1945: Great Coverage of WWII Aftermath / Mitchell Bomber Strikes Empire State Building
London The Illustrated London News 1945 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Davis, G.H. 
Pages 113-140. Features: Cover photo of smiling Churchill leaving Downing St. for Buckingham Palace to tender his resignation; Four photos of France's Marshall Petain in court, and two photos of the crowded courtroom; One page Karsh photo portrait of Mr. Attlee; Photos of Ernest Bevin, Herbert Morrison, Sir Stafford Cripps, and Hugh Dalton; Nice page of head-shot photos of 23 women members of the new Parliament; One-page descriptive map of the general election shows results at a glance; One-page illustration depicts the rise of the Labour Party in Parliament during 45 years; Photo of rear admiral E. J. B. Brind hoisted between ships by a breaches buoy; Six photos of new prime minister Attlee at the palace and in Potsdam; Mitchell bomber strikes Empire State Building - photo of smoke pouring from the building plus excellent photo of gaping hole in the 78th and 79th floors; Amazing aerial photo of many dozens of Flying Fortresses on airfield near Munich; Two-page monotone reproduction of long-lost painting,"A night at the old Vauxhall Gardens in 1784" by Thomas Rowlandson - found in village shop and sold for 2600 guineas; Photos of personalities of the week include Arthur Greenwood, Alfred Dobbs, Lady Oxford and Asquith, Mr. A. E. Hemming, Sir William Jowitt, and Yugoslavia's King Peter with his newborn son; Excellent two-page aerial photo entitled "The first permitted aerial view of the City of London's immense devastated areas - St. Paul's Cathedral largely isolated by huge ruined sectors on three sides"; Photo of Gen. DeGaulle addressing crowds at the French port of Brittany; Photo of E. J. S. Woolley, commanding officer of the lonely island of Tristan Da Kunha in the South Atlantic, commissioning a small craft; Photo of living room scene inside massive flying boat "Hawaii Mars"; Unusual photo of Japanese prisoners lined up for roll-call on Okinawa (unusual in that Japanese soldiers rarely surrendered); Photo of German POWs observing atrocities of German torture camps at film showing in a New York hospital; Too large photos of US battleships on their way to bombard Japanese installations; Three photos of Field Marshal Montgomery being honoured; Three photos of the Guards Armoured Division, the liberators of Brussels, being honoured by the city; Amazing one-page photo of the liner "Queen Elizabeth" stuffed with thousands of servicemen being repatriated to North America; Colour back cover add for Kia-Ora drink; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, December 20, 1947: British-trained armed Jewish Police and the Partition Plan for Palestine, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al
8 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al The Illustrated London News, December 20, 1947: British-trained armed Jewish Police and the Partition Plan for Palestine
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1947 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall de Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 677-704. Features: Colour Dunlop ad inside front cover features The Mumming Plays; Cover photo of wartime munitions being scrapped for production drive; Five photos illustrate the United Nations new simultaneous interpretation system; Two pages of illustrations explain the Swedish Albatross marine expedition as it investigates seabed deposits; An account of the aims of the Albatross expedition and of the equipment used to obtain material for scientific investigation from great depths; Six-photo sequence shows an F8F Bearcat's failed attempt to land on the USS Tarawa - it ultimately crashes into the sea; Photo of road scouts delivering 800,000 signatures to the House of Commons with the aim of restoring the basic petrol ration; Photos of personalities of the week include Lord Croft, Mr. Strachey, Malcolm McCorquodale, Lord Hemmingford, H. R. Macbeth-Raeburn, M. Tristan Bernard, Sir Reginald Stubbs, Marshall Tito, Mr. Dinnyes, Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler, Mr. Dimitrov of Bulgaria, Col. N. A. Filatov, Winston Churchill at Manchester Town Hall, and Arab leaders attending the Arab League Conference on Palestine at Almaza Airport; Article discusses the Marshall Plan and Mr. Molotov; Photos of Jewish Settlement Police trainees and map of the United Nations plan, dividing Palestine into a Jewish state and an Arab state, with Jerusalem and International city; Two pages of photos and text describe troops of the Arab League states, including photo of Glubb Pasha, commander of the Arab Legion of Transjordan; Two-page centrefold illustration inside the Structures Department at the Royal Aircraft Establishment where students are taught how to test aircraft components; Six illustrations show young engineers training in model making and wind tunnel testing; Five photos document the state funeral of France's great tank General Leclerc, who perished in a North African air crash; Eritrea's commission of investigation - six photos with text; Photos of the first ramjet helicopter, on ground and in flight; Photo of 12 foot diameter pipeline carrying water to generate power from the Campbell River dam in British Columbia; Photo of Sir Alan Cunningham and G. Heddingham inspecting scene of rioting and looting in the commercial centre of Jerusalem; Photo of directors and officials of Krupps, Hitler's main armament maker, on trial at Nuremberg; Two pages of photos and text describe bronzes newly found in North Honan; Review of the film "Mine Own Executioner"; Back cover colour ad for Wright's coal tar soap shows dancing Arctic seals. Above average external wear with clumsy tape repair to coverfold. Unmarked. A worthy reference copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, January (Jan.) 26, 1946: Cover Photo of the Largest Diamond Ever Found, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al
9 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al The Illustrated London News, January (Jan.) 26, 1946: Cover Photo of the Largest Diamond Ever Found
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1946 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Beaton, Cecil; Cuneo, Terence T. 
Pages 85- 112. Features: Cover photo of the largest diamond ever found in alluvial deposits - 770 carat stone found in the Woyie River, Sierra leone; Illustrations compare the size of this diamond with other families gems; Two pages of illustrations show construction of a giant new type of locomotive at Swindon; Superb full-page photo portrait of Gen. DeGaulle, who has announced his resignation; Two fascinating pages of illustrations explain how torpedoes hunt their prey by sound, and leave no telltale bubble track; Article entitled "Record of the Second New Zealand Division" includes photos of V.C. winners Sgt. J. D. Hinton, Sgt. A. C. Hulme, second Lieut. K. Elliott, second Lieut. M. Ngarimu, and Capt. C. H. Upam; Page of four graphs illustrates Britain's wartime austerity; Photos of the fateful first meeting of the Security Council of the United Nations at Albert Hall; One-page photo of France's spokesman on the French Mandated Territories, M. Georges Bidault, addressing the general assembly of the United Nations at Central Hall, Westminster; Centrefold illustration shows a debate in progress at the Hampstead Parliament; Photos of large-scale reconstruction in Spain, including the University City of Madrid; Photos illustrate abundant consumer goods available and Madrid; Photos of personalities of the week include Dr. R. E. W. Flower, Lord Caldecote, Lord Goddard, Maj. Gen. F. E. Simpson, Sir George Arthur, Lord Plender, Gerald Barry, Sir A. Clark Kerr, Mr. Churchill and his wife, Miss D. K. Dix, new governor of Newfoundland Mr. Gordon McDonald, and Spanish chess prodigy Arturo Pomar; Six photos of Brookands, the famous British motor racing track, and it's camouflaged wartime disguise; Photo of HMC S "Warrior"; Photos of hundreds of US bomber trainers for sale to the public in Ontario, California; Statue of Peter Pan in Brussels is pocked with bullet holes after German revolver practice; Two photos of King Ibn Saud and King Farouk; Photo of the most important discovery of Roman remains ever made in Canterbury; Two pages of beautiful architectural photos of the Chapel of the Royal Naval College at Greenwich. Unmarked with average wear. Outer advertising pages not included. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, Saturday, January (Jan.) 1, 1949: Historic Peking - An Objective in the Communist Drive in North China, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al
10 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al The Illustrated London News, Saturday, January (Jan.) 1, 1949: Historic Peking - An Objective in the Communist Drive in North China
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1949 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
32 pages. Features: Cover photo of the heart of the Motherland - looking from Westminst selectively er to St. Paul's; Photos of the renewal of Ascot racecourse; Photos of personalities of the week include Mr. Robert Birley, Prof. Jean Perrin, Mme. Irene Curie, the Right Reverend G. C. L. Lunt, Sir Aubrey Smith, Lieut. Gen. S. H. Spoor, Dr. Sukarno (Soekarno), Mr. Dugald S. Maccoll, Mr. Llewellyn Rees, Ofc. R. N. H. Vickers, Miss Margaret H. Kidd, Mr. M.W. Drysdale, King Abdullah of Transjordan, Pres. O'Kelly of Ireland; Photos of Vienna's St. Stephen's Cathedral, now largely restored; Amazing aerial photo of nine "Flying Wing" Northrop aircraft; Photo and cutaway drawing of the world's first turboprop airliner, Britain's Vickers "Viscount"; Postwar food consumption in the United Kingdom; To fascinating photos of Chiang Kai-shek's personal troops visiting the tomb of Sun Yat-Sen to renew their faith; Four excellent aerial photos of Peking, former capital of a mighty empire; Aircraft carrier Rendova rescues survivors of C-54 aircraft in mid-Pacific; Photo of the new Frey bridge over the Havel Canal in Berlin; Frau Schroeder welcomes 100,000 ton of freight to Berlin from Wunsdorf Photo of sitdown tactics at Rome demonstration by six unemployed disabled Italian ex-servicemen; Eight photos of historic maritime instruments now exhibited by the National Maritime Museum; Fascinating one-page illustration shows how the funnel smoke of the spacious liner "Caronia" is washed; Sensational centrefold cutaway illustration of the splendid "Caronia", the largest liner built in the world since the war; In search of the "extinct" Takahe - the story of its rediscovery and capture - article with photos; Photos of antique music boxes; Treasures of gold and bronze found in Norfolk - article with photos; Aerial photo of the world's heaviest heavy cruiser, the new 17,000 ton Des Moines; Eight photos of the home of Pierre-Auguste Renoir, set amid ancient, lovely all of trees; Nice one-page colour ad for Wright's coal tar soap; Nice back cover colour ad for Dewar's "White Label" whiskey features Highland Games theme. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, Saturday, October (Oct.) 30, 1948: Communist Challenge to the Marshall Plan in France, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al
11 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al The Illustrated London News, Saturday, October (Oct.) 30, 1948: Communist Challenge to the Marshall Plan in France
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1948 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall de Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 477-504. Features: Cover photo of scene in the St. Etienne mining district of France showing strikers attacking police guarding a coal mine; Fascinating two-page early morning illustration in Strand House, the great dispatch warehouse of W. H. Smith and Son which provides breakfast tables with daily newspapers; Wonderful article, photos and illustrations celebrate the Centenary of the Railway Bookstall, with photo of W. H. Smith I; Photo of rocket-assisted takeoff of U.S. Navy giant Lockheed Constitution aircraft on experimental flight; Photo of terrible wreckage of the K.L.M. Constellation which crashed at Tarbolton on October 21; 11 Dramatic photos of coal strike in France - a Communist manoeuvre or to retard the progress of this French nationalized industry; Photo of the Severn Bridge Wind Tunnel at Thurleigh, Beds.; Photo of fine mosaic floor, believed to be of the second century A.D., found by a Rome peasant digging beside his house; One-page photo of the floodlit glory of Trafalgar Square; Lovely two-page photo of the unveiling of the Memorial to Admirals of the Fleet Lord Jellicoe and Lord Beatty in Trafalgar Square; Seven photos of the marriage of Lady Margaret Egerton and Mr. John Colville on October 20, including Churchill and many royals; Photos of royal events and preparations for the birth of Princess Elizabeth's baby; Group photo of attendees of the first parliamentary Commonwealth conference since the war, and the largest conference of its kind ever held; Aerial photo of new 6 million pound power station at Kingston-on-Thames; Fantastic two-page photo spread features 16 automobiles displayed at the International Motor Show, first to be held since 1938; Two aerial photos of New Mexico taken by rockets 50 and 60 miles above the ground; Italian film "Paisa". Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), August 16, 1952 -  Cover Photo of Assyrian Polychrome Ivory Head Found at Nimrud, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Mallowan, Prrof. M.E.L.
12 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Mallowan, Prrof. M.E.L. The Illustrated London News (ILN), August 16, 1952 - Cover Photo of Assyrian Polychrome Ivory Head Found at Nimrud
England The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd. 1952 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall De Grineau, Bryan; Sutherland, Graham 
Pages 161-200. Features: The Deposition of the King of Jordan - King Talal is replaced by the former Crown Prince Hussein; Royal holiday in Wales and Scotland; The Brutal murder of the Drummond family in France; Cowes Week - yachting photos; Theory behind the Kon-Tiki Expedition; Ivories of unsurpassed magnificence - the finest and largest from the ancient near east - discovered at Nimrud - article and photos; Centerfold colour photos of Chartwell, Westerham, Kent - residence of the Prime Minister; One-page colour-illustrated portrait of W. Somerset Maugham; Marshal Tukachevsky of the Soviet Union - article with photos; Photos of Personalities of the Week - including King Feisal of Iraq, and the late Sir Hesketh Bell; King Haakon's 80th birthday celebrations in Oslo; Photos of Ex-King Farouk and his family on Capri; Photo of Britain's largest aircraft about to make her maiden flight - the 140-ton Saunder-Roe "Princess" flying boat at Cowes; Photo of lakeside mini-railway which overturned in Alexandra Park killing a baby and injuring 13; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A quality vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, Saturday, June 4, 1949: Scenes in Little Known Afghanistan, Bryant, Arthur; Trewin, J.C.; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al
13 Bryant, Arthur; Trewin, J.C.; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al The Illustrated London News, Saturday, June 4, 1949: Scenes in Little Known Afghanistan
London The Illustrated London News 1949 B014E19KI8 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Pages 757 - 792. Features: Cover photo of Princess Elizabeth unveiling panels added to the Royal Artillery Memorial to commemorate gunners killed in the war 1939-1945; Page of photos illustrates the revival of an ancient English craft neglected since the middle ages - mead-making in Cornwall; Photo of Miss Anne Crawford naming "The Capitals Limited" train; The Gen. Assembly of the Church of Scotland - The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester in Edinburgh; Photos of South Africans playing Jukskei; Review of "Burma's Icy Mountains" by F. Kingdon-Ward; Royal scenes of Ulster welcoming the Princess and the Duke of Edinburgh; Photos of captured Russian train in Berlin; Personalities of the week include Sir Cyril Radcliffe, Lord Greene, Mr. John McCloy, Lord Hazlerigg, Gen. J Lawton Collins, Mr. David Bruce, the Earl of Strathmore, Gen. S.H. Van Spoor, Gen. Shanker Shumshere Jung Bahadur Rana, Mr. S.M. McCready, Queen Mary, Miss Frances Stevens, Michael Wilding, Anna Neagle, Herbert Wilcox, Lord Leverhulme, Miss Jane Wyman, and Sir Lawrence Olivier; Greece and the Russian Plan - article by Cyril Falls; Photos of bandits being hunted in the mountains of Sicily; Photos of Royal occasions in London and Venice; Photos of the Chelsea Garden Show; One-page photo illustrates sailing race in King's Reach taking place in the heart of London for the first time in more than 100 years; Two pages of photos illustrate life in the little-known mountain kingdom of Afghanistan, including photo of the reigning King, H. M. Mohammed Zahir Shah; Photo of Field Marshal von Rundstedt who was released from military custody at Hamburg on May 26; Photo of Gerhard Eisler going free - the German born communist leaves Bow Street Police Station after the US application for his extradition failed; Photo of the West German Republic being signed into being; Photo of "unbeatable" machine which plays X's and O's; Article on the oldest skull yet found in France - a discovery which revises theories of human evolution; How Prof. Dorothy Garrod found the Fontechevade skull; Lovely one-page colour ad for Robinson's Lemon Barley Water; Nice colour ad for Imperial Leather Cologne on back cover. Complete and unmarked with moderate wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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British Columbia Report - B.C.'s Weekly Newsmagazine, November (Nov.) 10, 1997 - WCB Ban on Public Smoking, Byfield, Ted; O'Neill, Terry; et al
14 Byfield, Ted; O'Neill, Terry; et al British Columbia Report - B.C.'s Weekly Newsmagazine, November (Nov.) 10, 1997 - WCB Ban on Public Smoking
Vancouver B.C. Report Magazine Ltd. 1997 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 
44 pages. Features: WCB decides to end public smoking; Chretien plans to buy into the global warming fraud in Kyoto next month; Rachel Marsden of SFU; The Reform Party's stand on Newfoundland school reform; Privacy Commissioner David Flaherty's large travel bill; John McCrae's medals are lost, found, and sold for profit; Navy Skipper Robert Bush drunk at sea; Canada fails to deport criminal immigrants; Ralph Klein has run out of ideas and may soon retire; Killer Terry Driver; Society of Kabalarians; Parole for rapist Larry John Takahashi; The Clement family fights Nazko Band corruption near Bella Coola; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, April (Apr.) 18, 1936: Italian Marshall Badoglio Cover Photo / Centrefold Aerial Photo of Vancouver, Chesterton, G. K.; Et al
15 Chesterton, G. K.; Et al The Illustrated London News, April (Apr.) 18, 1936: Italian Marshall Badoglio Cover Photo / Centrefold Aerial Photo of Vancouver
London The Illustrated London News 1936 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Davis, G.H. 
Pages 659-702. Features: Cover photo of the Victor of Ashangi, Marshall Badoglio, commander-in-chief of the Italian forces in Abyssinia; Photo of Gen. Smuts appealing for peace in Europe; Photo of the Kadir Cup "pig sticking"event in India, with photo of winner, Capt. P. H. J. Tuck with his horse Manifest; Two-page pictorial map of the Franco-German and Belgo-German frontiers - of world interest since the Rhineland was reoccupied; Two pages of photo of massive Burmese Leogriff (Cinthe) under construction as the funeral pyre for the cremation of a dead priest; Photo illustrated article on Brazil nuts - a minor mystery; Six photos from filming of "Kliou", the first Technicolor film to be photographed entirely in the jungle; Two pages of photos of the "Alps" of South Africa; Page of fascinating photos illustrating the world's greatest telescopic "eye", this great 200 inch telescope disc is twice the diameter of the disc in the Hooker telescope at the Mount Wilson Observatory, the biggest at present in use; Page of photos of medieval ship carvings in a Devonshire church - sculpted 16th-century three-masters; Page of photos illustrate the coldest Easter of the century; Page of photos of the king personally bestowing the Royal Maundy to aged men and women; Magnificent centrefold aerial photo of the city of Vancouver, British Columbia - before construction of the Lion's Gate Bridge - as she celebrates her Golden Jubilee; Two pages of text and photos present a mysterious 12th Dynasty hoard - Treasures of Asiatic origin found at Toud, near Luxor; Photos of personalities of the week include Herr Leopold von Hoesch, Señor Alcala Zamora, Dr. Constantine Demerjis, Señor Martinez Barrio, and the king inspecting the Grenadier guards; Photo illustrated article on Galapagos wildlife; One-page photo illustrated Harrods ad presents pocket watches; One-page Johnnie Walker ad shows him inspecting barrels by flashlight; Interesting photo shows crowd gathered around an Imperial Airways airmail service plane at Kai Tak aerodrome, Hong Kong, after it arrived from Penang for the first time; Photos of Lt. Col. F. J. Popham, and Mr. Francis A. L. Would; Nice one-page illustrated ad for the Humber Twelve car; Back cover two-colour ad promotes The Sphere, The Tatler, The Sketch, Sporting and Dramatic News, and the Illustrated London News. Please note: pages 685-686 missing. Several interior pages loose but present. Faint store ink stamp to front cover, otherwise unmarked with moderate wear. A worthy vintage issue. 
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The Illustrated London News, December (Dec.) 14, 1935:, Chesterton, G. K.; Et al
16 Chesterton, G. K.; Et al The Illustrated London News, December (Dec.) 14, 1935:
London The Illustrated London News 1935 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Spurrier, Steven; Cundall, Charles 
Pages 1077-1116. Features: Cover photo of the five-power conference to negotiate a new international treaty for the limitation of naval armaments; Illustration of the great Finnish composer M. Jean Sibelius on the occasion of his 70th birthday; Page of illustrations of naval cruisers of Britain, Japan, Germany and Italy - a reduction problem for the five-power naval conference; Page of reproductions of archival illustrations of historic precedents for Lord De Clifford's trial; Photos of air raids on Dessie - Italian bonds damaged the palace of the Crown Prince just after the Emperor of Abyssinia had left it to me: Article discusses "What is Electricity?"; Page of illustrations present electricity as a "new servant"of man; Oil - the diplomatic problem of the hour - three pages of photos of the modern oil industry; A unique complex of bronze age Irish ring-forts - new discoveries of unusual interest, at Cush, in the County Limerick; Page of photos of newly found relics of Celtic Ireland in the Bronze Age; a 12th-century Irish reliquary - the shrine of St. Manchan - text and photos; Page of photos of anteaters Map of the present Abyssinian Empire; Two-page illustration of the boiler furnaces of the "Queen Mary" being lit; Photo of rioting in Lahore; Photo of a large band of Sikhs overlooked by mounted police during a pause in their march to Lahore for Shahidi day; One page colour ad says Guinness is good for oysters - good for you; Colour centrefold illustration of the "Silver Jubilee Procession"; Nice colour one-page ad for Craven 'A' cigarettes with Christmas motif; Photos of personalities of the week include: the Oxford and Cambridge rugby teams, E. O. W. Hunt, George A Strasser, his Majesty Haile Selassie, Señor Manuel Quezon, the Bishop of Salisbury, Lord De Clifford, Thomas Marlowe, C. Hayden Coffin, and the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester in Ulster with their hostess, Lady Brooke; Photos of survivors of the "Silverhazel" being rescued near the US destroyer "Bulmer"; Photo of the new Commonwealth of the Philippines being inaugurated at the legislative building in Manila; Photo of Signor Mussolini reading a restrained speech in the Italian chamber on the sanctions situation; Photo of saluting Italian war widows and mothers at the unknown warrior's tomb; Photo of Miss Jean Batten's damaged airplane on Araruama Beach, Brazil; Photo of the Wiley Post and Will Rogers aviation beacon recently placed on the George Washington Bridge in New York; Photo of wrecked Belgian airliner in Kent which crashed killing 11; Photos of Sir John Carden and Capt. Jean Schoonbroodt; Photo of Mr. S. V. Appleby crossing the channel in a "Flying flea"; One-page South Africa travel ad features illustration of native Village scene; One-page illustrated ad for Booth's matured dry gin; One page ad for the Vauxhall big six saloon; Review of "Steel of Empire", by John Murray Gibbon; Halfpage illustrated Estorial (Portugal) travel ad; One-page ad promotes Austria as the 'ski paradise'; article discusses economic 'stabilization' and it's difficulties; and more. Centrefold loose but present. Outer advertising pages not included. Unmarked with average wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, February (Feb.) 15, 1936: Canadian Winter Olympic Team Offers Nazi Salute to Hitler, Chesterton, G. K.; Et al
17 Chesterton, G. K.; Et al The Illustrated London News, February (Feb.) 15, 1936: Canadian Winter Olympic Team Offers Nazi Salute to Hitler
London The Illustrated London News 1936 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Simont, J.; Bagdatopulos, W.S.; Clark, Christopher 
Pages 265-304. Features: Cover photo of fire damage at the English Hollywood, Elstree film studios; Photo of the archduke Otto leaving a Paris hotel; Photo of M. Flandon with prince Starhemberg; Photo of smiling Canadian Olympians offering Nazi salute as they march past Hitler during opening ceremonies of the fourth Winter Olympics in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Bavaria; Four additional photos of the Garmisch winter Olympics; Photos with the Italians in North and South - battles on both fronts, with photo of Gen. Graziani on horse; Capt. Bligh's own account of the mutiny on the "Bounty" - a chapter from his narrative describing the whole voyage, with illustrations; Dancer Anna Pavlova's "Dying Swan" immortalized in rare sequence of 15 images; Two-page illustration of Parisien opera fashions; A new Mycenaen beehive tomb - discoveries at Berbati, near Mycenae, some of the finest painted vases to be found in Greece, in a tomb dating from about 1400 BC - photo illustrated article; Photo of state funeral of general Kondylis in Athens; Two-page centrefold illustration of Hopi Indians dancing with live and venomous snakes in their mouth and hands; Two pages of photos of naval vessels "Renown", "Greyhound", "Repulse", and "Gotland"; Photos of personalities in the news include Mrs. Henry Sidgwick, Sir C. E. Corkran, Sir Charles Ballance, Herr Gustloff (German Nazi leader in Switzerland), Dr. Wilhelm Solf, I. H. D. Rolleston, Lieut. T. Rose (record-breaking aviator), vice admiral E. R. G. Evans with Cmdr. Rudberg, Walter Runciman, commander A. D. Cochrane, members of the new Egyptian government, including Ali Pasha, and British Nurses for Abyssinia; Four amazing photos illustrate construction of the Olympic Bob-run - bricklaying with ice from a lake; One page photo portrait of the highest waterfall in the world, Gersoppa Falls, in southern India; One page illustrated ad for the Austin Sherborne car; One page illustrated ad for Kenistas cigarettes features dame Sybil Thorndike; Handsome halfpage Rolls-Royce ad; Halfpage illustrated ad for Hooper & Co.; Halfpage photo ad for Morris Motors Limited features their Big Sixes; Photo of the British Continental Airways liner "St. George"leaving Croydon as it initiates air service between London and Sweden; Colour-illustrated back cover ad for Black-and-White Scotch whisky features The Scots Guards. Centrefold holding by one staple. Unmarked with moderate wear. A quality vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, May 16, 1936: Mussolini (Il Duce) Cover Photo, Chesterton, G. K.; Et al
18 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
19 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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The Illustrated London News, June 24, 1933: Mysterious Royal Tomb of the Byzantine-Nubian Period, Chesterton, G.K.; Et al
20 Chesterton, G.K.; Et al The Illustrated London News, June 24, 1933: Mysterious Royal Tomb of the Byzantine-Nubian Period
London The Illustrated London News 1933 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Blampied, Edmund; Knoth, Werner 
Pages 919- 950. Features: Cover photo of magnificent jewel encrusted silver crown found in mysterious Royal tomb; Four pages of photos and text describe treasure from intact tombs of mysterious Nubian kings; One-page photo portrait of the Austrian Chancellor ("Little Napoleon") of his country, Dr. Dollfuss, sworn enemy of Nazis, in a London garden; photos of personalities of the week include Austrian diplomat Dr. Wasserbach, Miss Freya Stark, Dr. Habicht (Nazi state inspector for Austria), Sir Edward Grigg, Sir A. W. Renton, Prof. Raymond Moley, Sir Ernest Moir, and King Feisal of Iraq with King George in London; Two pages of illustrations explain modern air war training; Two pages of photos of Corpus Christi procession around the little island of Frauen-Insel, in the Chiemsee, some 40 miles from Munich; Two pages of text and photos describe South Africa's new London headquarters; Article on Brachiopids; Illustrated article explains the light of the sun at midnight; Photos of prize horses "Brown Jack" and "Limelight; Photo of the Sino-Japanese Armistice, Lieut. Gen. Nishi accepting the armistice proposals from a Chinese envoy; One-page ad for the new Vauxhall Light Six; and more. Centre page loose but present. Outer advertising pages not included. Unmarked with average wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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