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WAR: The Records Office.  No. 49.  July 24th, 1943, (British) Army Bureau of Current Affairs
1 (British) Army Bureau of Current Affairs WAR: The Records Office. No. 49. July 24th, 1943
Canada (British) Army Bureau of Current Affairs / Government of Canada 1943 Reprint Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
12 pages. "Not to be Published - the information given in this publication is not to be communicated, either directly, to the Press or to any person not holding an official position in His Majesty's Forces." - from front cover. Reprinted in Canada June, 1943. Contents: The Job of the Records Office; Thee Four Divisions of the Record Office; The Horse's Mouth (cont'd) - the second of two articles compiled by questioning a number of officers and men evaculated as casualties from North Africa about how their training could have been better. Back page advice for how to avoid harming agricultural production in this time when the most important munition is food. Clean and unmarked with light wear. A quality copy. 
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The Dearborn Independent, Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, April (Apr.) 3, 1926 - Will Palestine Ever Pay Its Board?, Aaron, S.F.; Johns, E.B.; Thompson, Huston; Perry, Armstrong; Barron, C.W.; Barton, William E.; MacConnell, Duncan; Finger, Charles J.; Aschemeier, C.R.; Robinson, Alan M.
2 Aaron, S.F.; Johns, E.B.; Thompson, Huston; Perry, Armstrong; Barron, C.W.; Barton, William E.; MacConnell, Duncan; Finger, Charles J.; Aschemeier, C.R.; Robinson, Alan M. The Dearborn Independent, Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, April (Apr.) 3, 1926 - Will Palestine Ever Pay Its Board?
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1926 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Clarke, W.W.; Graham, J.C.; Honore, Paul 
32 pages. Features: The Killers' Struggle to Exist - all animals wage unending war for mere right to live; Legislating in Secret Session - Budget Officer Rules United States and is not Answerable to the People - New Method of Neutralizing Congressional Government; Why (Woodrow) Wilson Disliked Reporters (part 2) - distaste for publicity developed into aversion for newspapermen through their boorish blunders; The Fallacies of Philanthropy - There are some glaring inconsistencies in organized charity - Is there a remedy?; Galli-Curci Swayed by Swedish Music - Prima Donna gives a wonderful interpretation of the writings of Emanuel Swedenborg; Mr. (Henry) Ford's Page; Editorial criticizes lax enforcement of prohibition law and includes list of names of people recently indicted, including Benjamin Gleeman, Harry Gelman, Morris Roisner, Nathan Bader, Samuel, Harris, Abe Ginsberg, Benjamin Weiss, Leon Gleckman, Harry Bernstein, Benjamin Gersonstein, Albert Haimowitz, James Silberstein, and more; Rev. John Roach Straton is heckled during his sermon criticizing actresses; Satirical piece entitled "No - Don't Let Them See It (the Bible)"; M. Pietri of the Finance Commission of the French Chamber claims Great Britain is in debt to France after WWI; Criticism of Mussolini who has confiscated the home of a journalist critical of him - in New York; Will Palestine Ever Pay Its Board? - fascinating photo-illustrated article on this land which 'For thirty years before the War, Baron Rothschild had diligently sought to encourage Jewish immigration'; Washington Irving's London Has Gone - the glamour of his descriptions persist, though the landmarks have vanished; The Voyage of the Victoria - Light on the Dark Ages (first of a series); Where the Buffalo Survives - Ravalli, Montana; The Gorilla at Home - This Anthropoid, usually very peaceable, is much maligned; Uncle Sam Smashes Dishes to Study Them - testing proves American dishes and glassware to be the best; Hong Kong brings in very stiff penalties for importing firearms; Dinshah P. Ghadiali appeals his conviction related to his scheme for curing all ills through 'attuned color waves'; Manipulating the King's English - brevity and lucidity are our best word-soldiers when there is a dress parade; Kodiak legend of Shliam Shoa; Piano Sheet music and dance information for song "The Ripple". Average wear. Center page loose but present. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, December 15, 1963 - When a Negro is on Trial in the South, Acheson, Dean; Hunter, Marjorie; Morris, Richard B.; Graubard, Stephen R.; Galphin, Bruce M.; Willig, John M.
3 Acheson, Dean; Hunter, Marjorie; Morris, Richard B.; Graubard, Stephen R.; Galphin, Bruce M.; Willig, John M. The New York Times Magazine, December 15, 1963 - When a Negro is on Trial in the South
New York The New York Times 1963 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Tames, George; Koenig, Edo; Falk, Sam; Sisto, Ernie; Burns, Pat; Moses, Lida; Doty, Roy; Shore, Robert; Pascal, David; Golden, Alice; Singer, Joe; Leone, J.; Engelhardt, Tom; Flora, James 
80 pages. Features:. Withdrawal from Europe "An Illustion" - we must have close co-operation with West Germany; Lest Us Reason Together - photo feature on LBJ; Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson (Lady Bird) - article with photo about the public servant without pay; The Muddled Problem of Presidential Succession - which was brought home by the death of JFK; After Five Years, de Gaulle Still Towers; The average height of Americans is increasing; A Master Builder at 75 - photo feature on the works of New York's Robert Moses; When a Negro is on Trial in the South - is the picture painted by novels and films correct?; Crosswords - the most popular game; Christmas Wraps - fashion photos; Photos of tapestries in the apartment of Allen Porter; and more.. Ads: Selchow & Righter Company board games in color; Pepperidge Farm Devil's Food Cake; Ella Fitzgerald albums by Verve; Thomas Date Nut Loaf; and more. Four-inch opening to back cover, otherwise average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy 
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The Federal Illustrator, Fall Number, 1937, Almars, Joseph
4 Almars, Joseph The Federal Illustrator, Fall Number, 1937
USA Federal Schools 1937 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall Gese, Herman (Cover) 
23 pages. Presents works from the professional division. "Some of these specimens have been reproduced in national magazines and used for special advertising campaigns. Many of them are excellent examples of how an art idea can be developed for a definite commercial art purpose. All show skill in handling and creative ability." - from page 3. Also included is a lovely illustrated article by Emil Bunjes entitled Sketching from Life. A three-page illustrated article by Gerhard Ramberg entitled "The Value of Servicing Small Art Accounts" is also included. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Binding sound. A quality copy. 
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The Saturday Evening Post, August (Aug.) 8, 1959 - The Struggle to Get (Jimmy) Hoffa, Amoury, G.; Klingsberg, H.; Harvey, F.; Bankier, W.; Baldwin, H.; Howard, T.; Crosetti, F.; Wyden, P.; Martin, J.; Hill, E.; Stern, R.; Kelland, C.
5 Amoury, G.; Klingsberg, H.; Harvey, F.; Bankier, W.; Baldwin, H.; Howard, T.; Crosetti, F.; Wyden, P.; Martin, J.; Hill, E.; Stern, R.; Kelland, C. The Saturday Evening Post, August (Aug.) 8, 1959 - The Struggle to Get (Jimmy) Hoffa
USA Curtis 1959 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Utz, Thornton (cover); Mayan, Earl; D'Andrea, Bernard; Lehr, Paul; Buckham 
88 pages. Short Stories: New Girl; Dangerous Gift; The Death Dust; The Wrong Impression. Articles: Our Fighting Men Have Gone Soft - photo-illustrated article, including Korean War POWs and turncoats; So You Want to Live in Paris - photo-illustrated guide to apartment hunting; I Coach the Hot Corner - Frank Crosetti of the New York Yankees; Danger - Boss Lady at Work - Olive Ann Beech runs Beechcraft (Travel Air Company) and is the only woman CEO in the aircraft industry; The Struggle to get Hoffa - Conclusion - How Long Will He Last? - with photo of Kennedy and Hoffa; The North Salem Mystery - unexplained caves and carved stones of Mystery Hill, HH. Serials: Set Up for Murder (part 1 of 2); Mark of Treachery (part 5 of 8). Ads: GE Fridges (in color); Bufferin; Colgate Dental Cream - with Gardol; Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Spaghetti; Hotpoint Fridges; Caterpillar - oil drilling scene; United States Steel (centerfold); Owens-Illinois cardboard boxes; Dial Soap; Anacin; Chevrolet nine-passenger Kingswood Station Wagon; Foremost Sherbets; Northern Tissue; Wildroot Cream-Oil Hair Tonic; Royal Crown Cola; Employers Mutuals of Wausau - with photos of Louis W. Prentiss, Jim Miller and Fred Weber; Pan American's new Pacific Jet Clippers; Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp. ad features red-headed boy getting hair cut; Betty Crocker cake mixes (back cover). Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Fiberarts - The Magazine of Textiles, March / April (Mar. / Apr.)  1982, Vol. 9, No. 2 -  Jacquard Weaving and Machine Knitting, Anna Dunwell; Marilyn Anderson; Jan Janeiro; et al
6 Anna Dunwell; Marilyn Anderson; Jan Janeiro; et al Fiberarts - The Magazine of Textiles, March / April (Mar. / Apr.) 1982, Vol. 9, No. 2 - Jacquard Weaving and Machine Knitting
USA Fiberarts 1982 B000YOKI8Q First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
100 pages. Features: Tromping through the ages - a Boston artist turned to the 18th century for design inspiration but he used 20th century technology to produce her woven coverlets; Jacquard Weaving in Huehuetenango - textiles woven on hand operated Jacquard looms have a distinctive place in the spectrum of Guatemalan weaving; Jacquard Weaving - a special report; Machine Knitting - the state-of-the-art; Rugs - for the floor, the wall and the imagination; A conversation with Lillian Elliott; Nancy Belfer; Maridadi West; Frank Gardner; Annie Dempsey; Lucille Landis; Kiyomi Iwata; Carol Mecagni; and more. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A sound copy. 
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Baldwin (Locomotives), Second Quarter, 1946, Author Not Stated
7 Author Not Stated Baldwin (Locomotives), Second Quarter, 1946
Philadelphia, PA The Baldwin Locomotive Works (BLW) 1946 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
32 pages. Features: A Message from Baldwin; The Pennsylvania Railroad Company Centenary - article with illustrations of the many locomotives which have served it; World's Largest Plate Mill - Lukens Steel Company - illustrated article; Baldwin Steam Trams in New Zealand; Just Pictures; Special Delivery - amazing photos and captions describe the job of the Messenger, whose job it was to deliver new locomotives from plant to customer; The Second Nisqually Power Development - La Grande Power House near Tacoma, WA - great photos and article; A Veteran Returns - the tanker USS Kaloli returns from Navy service in the Pacific to resume service as the Flying A - photos with article. Average wear. Prior owner's faint name stamp atop table of contents. A sound vintage copy. 
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Baldwin Locomotives, October 1931, Author Not Stated
8 Author Not Stated Baldwin Locomotives, October 1931
Philadelphia, PA The Baldwin Locomotive Works (BLW) 1931 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
80 pages. Features: Motive Power Progress on the Chicago and North Western - very lengthy article with dozens of wonderful photos; Arthur Latham Church - obituary with photo portrait; Testing Railway Motor Cars - detailed article with many photos; The First Steam Railroad in the State of New Jersey - The Camden & Amboy Railroad and Transportation Company; The Manufacturer's Railway Company of St. Louis; The Railways of New South Wales - long article with many excellent photos; A Roundhouse Pit Crane; Extending the Electric Truck Range - Jaw-dropping article on the state of electric delivery trucks way back in 1931... including the following comment "The electric street truck has been with us for such a long time that many truck users feel they know it and know all about it."... (so why don't we have them now???); Baldwin Locomotives of Historic Interest; The Redwood Empire Special - the greatest single rail shipment of lumber in the history of the west - 117 cars with more than 3,000,000 feet of lumber - with photos; Fourteen pages of excellent photo ads. Average wear. Binding intact. Prior owner's small namestamp atop table of contents. A sound copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
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The London Scottish Regimental Gazette: No. 136 - Vol. XII, April 1907, Author Not Stated
9 Author Not Stated The London Scottish Regimental Gazette: No. 136 - Vol. XII, April 1907
London The London Scottish Regiment 1907 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Features: Photo portrait of "A" Company - winning team in Inter-Company Football; Company Notes; Assault-At-Arms; Sketches at the Annual Assault-at-Arms, 1907; Notes by the C.O.; School of Arms Notes; Ten to Eight - short sketch of the histories of Companies C and I which have been absorbed; Company Dinners; and more. Average wear and soiling. Staples disintegrated. 
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The New York Times Magazine, July 29, 1945 - A Picture of the Japanese Soldier, Baldwin, Hanson W.; Jones, George E.; Rusk, Col. Howard A.; Et al
10 Baldwin, Hanson W.; Jones, George E.; Rusk, Col. Howard A.; Et al The New York Times Magazine, July 29, 1945 - A Picture of the Japanese Soldier
USA The New York Times 1945 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
40 pages. Features: Dramatic cover photo of a Pacific LCI firing rockets; This is the Army We Have to Defeat - a picture of the Japanese soldier and of the organization of which he is the core; The Aircraft Carrier - lethal sea weapon and powder keg, too; Col. Howard A. Rusk explains the returning soldier's emotional problems and offers a solution; The Mediterranean will become a highway for all nations; Greatest Education Project in History - set up by our Army in Europe, it will have more than a million GI students; Claude R. Wickard explores Rural Electrification (RE); They Do a Sailor's Job - Six photos of female Waves at work in the U.S. Navy; Man of Science and of Penicillin - Sir Alexander Fleming talks of his discovery and its future promise; Nice color one-page ad for Virginia Rounds cigarettes; Good Words for Insects; Four photos of famous art pieces being returned to the Louvre from their provincial hiding places; Two pages of fashion photos of autumn suits for ladies; Nice color-photo back page Macy's ad features three ladies in winged-look raincoats; and more. Moderate external soiling and wear. Unmarked. Moderate age-toning to paper. A sound copy of this vintage WWII issue. 
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The New York Times Magazine, February 12, 1961:, Baldwin, Hanson W.; Palmer, C.B.; Raksin, A.H.; Galton, Lawrence; Quesada, E.R.; Schuach, Murray; Fitz-Gibbon, Bernice; Samuels, Gertrude; Glueck, Grace H.; Barclay, Dorothy; Furling, William Barry; Claiborne, Craig
11 Baldwin, Hanson W.; Palmer, C.B.; Raksin, A.H.; Galton, Lawrence; Quesada, E.R.; Schuach, Murray; Fitz-Gibbon, Bernice; Samuels, Gertrude; Glueck, Grace H.; Barclay, Dorothy; Furling, William Barry; Claiborne, Craig The New York Times Magazine, February 12, 1961:
New York The New York Times Company 1961 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Manning, Jack; Derujinsky Gleb 
88 pages. Features: Many color-photo fashion ads in this issue; Cover photo of John Eagle and Family of Cabin Creek Valley, West Virginia - this miner has been jobless for 15 months; If Sixteen Countries Had the (Nuclear) Bomb; Feature article on the depressed mining town of Cabin Creek, West Virginia - article with seven sombre photos scenes including what financially challenged Americans did in the days before food stamps and EBT cards; Labor Lawyer Arthur J. Goldberg becomes Labor Secretary - article with photos, including a shot of Goldberg with JFK; A Review of Freud's Psychoanalysis 50 Years After it was introduced to the US - article with photo of Freud in his Vienna consulting room; Three Ways to Keep the Air Safe - an expert offers his program for helping to avoid accidents on our crowded airlanes; The Censor as Movie Director - Geoffrey Shurlock is in charge of Hollywood's code of self-censorship; Attractive full-page color-photo ad for Sue Brett fashions for women; Nice full-page colour photo ad for Bemberg /Betty Hartford features attractive model in front of news stand which displays an assortment of contemporary fashion magazines; Gorgeous one-page color-photo ad for Bobbie Brooks fashion for women features attractive model in drawstring cotton knit sheath; Making the Greenwich Village Scene - seven great photos with captions and bried write-up; Beautiful one-page color-photo ad for Dan River features two gorgeous models in dresses in Brussels; Hot Stove Skippers - two winter nautical photos at Hulse's Boatyard in Amityville, LI; Full-page color photo ad for Dacron features model in purple pattern dress; The Ghoul with the Green Face - Today's smart fashion models look spooky, but will they ever be voted the Sweetheart of Sigma Chi; Nice one-page ad for Lester Lanin and his records; Open Doors for Young Prisoners - Forestry work camps for youths in New York state; Color-photo centerfold ad sponsored by the French government Tourist Office features four timbered Norman inns; One-page color ad for Birds Eye fish products; Nice color full-page ad for Medaglia D'Oro Espresso Coffee; Nice one-page color-photo ad for Cunard Line; Predicting the World's End is a Rite That Goes Back almost to its Beginnings; Have Parents a Right to Know? - Can they inspect school records of their children?; Bedroom fashions - in photos and words; The Case of Linda Brown - the girl who made history at age 9 looks back on the trying days of "Brown vs. the Board of Education" - article with photo; Cioppino recipe; Bridal fashion photos. Above-average wear. Unmarked. Paper generally yellowed and tender. A worthy reference copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, February (Feb.) 13, 1972 -  Snowmobile Dream Machines! / How Rich is a Rich Apache?, Ball, George W.; Roiphe, Anne; Rice Berkeley; Greenfeld, Josh; Gold, Herbert; Neuer, Kathleen
12 Ball, George W.; Roiphe, Anne; Rice Berkeley; Greenfeld, Josh; Gold, Herbert; Neuer, Kathleen The New York Times Magazine, February (Feb.) 13, 1972 - Snowmobile Dream Machines! / How Rich is a Rich Apache?
New York The New York Times 1972 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Karlsson, Ewert (cover); Krementz, Jill; Jacobi, Lotte; Harbutt, Charles; Polumbaum, Ted; Fehl, Fred; Stewart, Hap; Webener, Alfred; Dobkeen, Joyce; Rastelli, Vittoriano 
88 pages. Features: Dual turntable ad inside front cover; Many lovely color fashion ads; Vantage cigarette ad features photo of Lester Schreiber of Tampa; Nixon, Kissinger and the Peking (Beijing) Summit - Is This Trip Necessary?; What Women Phychoanalysts Say About Women's Liberation; The Snowmobile is an American Dream Machine - article with photo of Bill Ward and his family of Steep Falls, ME; "Writing Plays is Absolutely Senseless - But I Love It" - Arthur Miller; How Rich is a Rich Apache? - they have transformed themselves from a primitive, defeated people to a modern cooperative commonwealth; One-page ad for the 3,000 Acre Smallwood Estates development; Photo of poor black mother and children in NAACP Emergency Relief Fund Food Coupon ad; Roman Star - fashion photos; Elegant Austerity - photos of a project by architect Gae Aulenti in Milan; Many camp ads. Four-inch taped repair and faint ink stamp to back cover. Above-average external wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Pictorial Weekly Magazine, February 25, 1928, No. 1,499, Vol. CXVI: The Saddest Woman in the World - Marie of Russia / Woodbine Willie, Barber, Richard; Wass, E.J.; Cotroni, Muriel; Kennedy, G.A. Studdert (Woodbine Willie); Howard, F. Morton; Hope, W.E. Stanton Wallace, Edgar; Wilkinson, T.W.
13 Barber, Richard; Wass, E.J.; Cotroni, Muriel; Kennedy, G.A. Studdert (Woodbine Willie); Howard, F. Morton; Hope, W.E. Stanton Wallace, Edgar; Wilkinson, T.W. Pictorial Weekly Magazine, February 25, 1928, No. 1,499, Vol. CXVI: The Saddest Woman in the World - Marie of Russia / Woodbine Willie
London Amalgamated Press, Ltd. 1928 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Pages 41-80. Features: The Saddest Woman in the World - Marie of Russia - article with photos; Buried Treasure - a complete story; Photo tips of what not to do with your Gramphone; Most People Have a Double - but is sometimes means trouble - article with photos; Does Marriage Mean Going ThroughThe Mill? - a story that answers the problem; Lovers or Friends? - Woodbine Willie discusses the truth about companionship between the sexes; Wit of the Week; Open That Window! - and help yourself to health; "Stop & Look" pictures include Copenhagen church in the shape of an organ; Why George Tupper wished his wife many unhappy returns (fiction); In a Floating "Hell" - horses break loose aboard a storm-tossed ship enroute to Russia from Canada; Angel Esquire (continued); The Story of the Birmingham Municipal Bank; and more. Staples disintegrated. Above-average but not excessive wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Collier's Magazine, August 24, 1946 - The Roosevelt I Knew, Bender, John; Potts, Jean; Lanham, Edwin; Blassingame, Wyatt; Ross, Leonard Q.; Martin, A.E.; Perkins, Frances; Eden, Anthony; McConnaughey, James; Irwin, Elizabeth; Paris, Leonard; Williams, Gurney; Worden, Helen; Bartlett, Arthur; De Zayas, George
14 Bender, John; Potts, Jean; Lanham, Edwin; Blassingame, Wyatt; Ross, Leonard Q.; Martin, A.E.; Perkins, Frances; Eden, Anthony; McConnaughey, James; Irwin, Elizabeth; Paris, Leonard; Williams, Gurney; Worden, Helen; Bartlett, Arthur; De Zayas, George Collier's Magazine, August 24, 1946 - The Roosevelt I Knew
USA Crowell-Collier 1946 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio de Dienes, Andre; Forsberg, Howard; Sawyers, Martha; Knop-Pix, HansBeckhoff, Harry; Gillen, Denver; Bischoff, H.E.; Berman, Sam; Pike, John 
82 pages. Fiction: Leader of the Band; The Other Woman; The Senator was Indiscreet; The Reformer; Sleep, My Love; Callaghan's Miracle. Articles: The Roosevelt I Knew (part 1); No War with Russia; Just Swing the Club Head - Golf Pro Ernest Jones; Why Teachers Quit School; Bermuda - Tourist Paradise; Dowager Queen - Mrs. Twombly; Everyone catches a fish at this lake near Azusa, CA; Color photo aboard a luxuriously appointed C-47 (DC-3) designed by Raymond Loewy; One Year After V-J Day. Ads include: Eveready Batteries; Philco record players; Santa Fe Railroad; *Fantastic* Wurlitzer Juke Box ad "Nickel's worth of fun - fishermen have lunch"; "Crack-Up" movie; Good Year tire centerfold; Frigidaire fridges; Waltham watches; Old Mr. Boston Liquor; Kodak film; Squirt Soda; "The Killers" movie starring Ava Gardner; Aeronca airplanes; Nice Jeep ad inside back cover; Lucky Strike ad on back cover. Unmarked. Moderate 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
15 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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The New York Times Magazine, October (Oct.) 20, 1963 - How JFK Gets The Answers, Berle, A.A. Jr.; Commager, Henry Steele; Esty, John C. Jr.; Olsen, Arthur J.; Collins, F.W.; Hyman, Sidney; Frye, William B.; Sylvester, David; Levy, Alan; Steinberg, David
16 Berle, A.A. Jr.; Commager, Henry Steele; Esty, John C. Jr.; Olsen, Arthur J.; Collins, F.W.; Hyman, Sidney; Frye, William B.; Sylvester, David; Levy, Alan; Steinberg, David The New York Times Magazine, October (Oct.) 20, 1963 - How JFK Gets The Answers
New York The New York Times & Arno Press 1963 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Falk, Sam; Tenney, Gordon; Glass, Douglas; Dantzic, Jerry; Glueckselig, Leo; Owen, Bernard; Doty, Roy; Liebman, Oscar; Little, Tom 
120 pages. Features: 10 Downing St. Cover Photo; What Bearing does Trade Have on the Cold War and the Chance of Peace?; Britain's Politics - and Britain's Future - photos and brief article; Passport Barrier - The State Department insists on deciding which countries Americans may Visit; The Draft - Many Threatened, Few Chosen; Article and photos of an 'uneventful day at the Berlin Wall; Senator George B. Russell of Georgia - symbol of civil-rights opposition; How JFK gets the answers; Photos of U Thant at the U.N. - 10am to 8pm; Photo-illustrated article on British Painter Francis Bacon; The A-B-C of Director Alan Schneider; Several Lovely fashion ads; Nice Indian Head's new fabrics ad; Photos of 'Folk Song Frenzy'; Nice color ad for Knorr soups; Photos from Spanish Harlem; Lovely fashion photos feature 'The New Decolletage'; Super one-page color Froot Loops breakfast cereal; Photos of the home of architect-designer Alexander H. Girard. Average wear. Crossword completed. Nibbling along spine. Openings along coverfold. Back cover in rough shape. A worthy vintage copy 
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Maclean's Magazine, 15 October 1955 *Fiftieth Anniversary Edition*, Berton, P.; MacLennan, Hugh; Bodsworth, F.; Berrill, N.J.; Maugham, W. Somerset; Ayre, Robert; Fitzgerald, F. Scott; et al
17 Berton, P.; MacLennan, Hugh; Bodsworth, F.; Berrill, N.J.; Maugham, W. Somerset; Ayre, Robert; Fitzgerald, F. Scott; et al Maclean's Magazine, 15 October 1955 *Fiftieth Anniversary Edition*
Toronto Maclean Hunter 1955 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Arbuckle, Franklin; Cahen, Oscar 
124 pages. Wonderful colour illustration by Franklin Arbuckle shows lady in attic peacefully reviewing old issues of this publication. Contents: Colour ad for G.W.G. work clothing inside front cover; Editorial reviews the first fifty years of Maclean's; Beverley Baxter shines some Maclean's memories; Blair Fraser recalls "Our Terrible-Tempered Ancestors" - early Ottawa correspondents; Wonderful colour photo ad for Weston's Golden Brown Sodas (crackers); The Years Behind - Pierre Berton reviews the first half-century of Maclean's - the fads, the fashions, the worries and the woes, the bitter and the sweet and, above all, the enormous change - as seen through the pages of Maclean's - illustrated; The Years Ahead - Hugh MacLennan speculates on what kind of people we'll become; Fred Bodsworth and Norman Berrill project what we can expect from science and weather in the coming years; A Treasury of Memorable Fiction - Three Famous Stories from the Maclean's of the Twenties newly illustrated by Oscar Cahen - The Ardent Bigamist, by Somerset Maugham, P. Tidmus and the Fish, by Robert Ayre, Winter Dreams, by F. Scott Fitzgerald; *Fantastic* 10-page nostalgic album of old-time Maclean's Magazine Art - covers and ads in colour and black and white - includes four wonderful covers by Arthur Heming; A Stephen Leacock Sampler; Wonderful full-page colour ad for Canadian Pacific's Empress of Britain; Lovely colour full-page ad for Sweet Caps cigarettes at a football game; Colour ad for Seabreeze record players; Massey-Harris-Ferguson ad features Square Dancing - permitted by the leisure time for farmers created by farm equipment; Centerfold Rexall detailed ad for their 1 cent sale; Nice colour one-page 1956 Ford Meteor ad; Colour ad for ATW, Canada's leading towel; What They Said Would Happen - what Maclean's writers have predicted in the past; Nice colour ad for Tex-Made flannelette blankets; Clyde Gilmour looks back over 50 years of movies - wonderful archival illustrations; Colour Molson Export Ale ad; Nice colour photo Coke ad on back cover shows boy buying bottle for girl at pop machine at golf club. Front cover detached but present, otherwise average wear. A particularly wonderful vintage Maclean's issue. 
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Northwest Digest Magazine, November 1951, Bezanson, A.M.; Lukie, J.; Ketlo, Ed.; Harrison, Eunice M.L.; Campbell, Nellie R.; Kirkpatrick, S.D.; Gordon-Cooper, H
18 Bezanson, A.M.; Lukie, J.; Ketlo, Ed.; Harrison, Eunice M.L.; Campbell, Nellie R.; Kirkpatrick, S.D.; Gordon-Cooper, H Northwest Digest Magazine, November 1951
Quesnel, British Columbia Cariboo Digest Ltd. 1951 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
26 pages. Black and white illustrations. Features: Great cover photo after a successful caribou hunt; Editorial - We Can Have Highways; Who the Loon Got its White Neck Band and Spots on its Back - And Man Was Turned into a Lynx; Pioneer Judge's Wife - part 1; Along the Trapline; Two clear photos of the aftermath of a locomotive boiler explosion in the railway yars of P.G.E. at Quesnel, B.C. in September 1951; The Ghost of Hunter Jack - Poem; Photo of a group of gold panners at Lowhee Placer mine with a pan full of huge nuggets; Yukon Epic - a true tale of the northland; Nature Oddities; Dawson Creek Motorists First to Drive over John Hart Highway - Ralph Thomsen and son Bob, Stan Carnell and Bob Greer - brief write-up with two photos; Four Million Acres of Untouched Grassland - review of "Grass Beyond the Mountains" by Richard P. Hobson Jr. - with a small photo of Hobson; Back cover ad for Finning's "Caterpillar" Diesel farm and logging tractors; Dozens of ads for small local businesses; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this vintage British Columbia publication. 
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Vogue Magazine (US) 1 October 1972 - Karen Graham Cover Photo, Blackmon, Rosemary; McClean, Lydia; Lloyd, Kate; Slyke, Helen; Norwood, James M.G.
19 Blackmon, Rosemary; McClean, Lydia; Lloyd, Kate; Slyke, Helen; Norwood, James M.G. Vogue Magazine (US) 1 October 1972 - Karen Graham Cover Photo
USA Conde Nast 1972 First Edition Paperback Fair Former Library Copy Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
168 pages. Features: Vogue's Point of View - Time and Beauty; The Impact of Modern Beauty - colour, dash - super-model Karen Graham leads the way; Dressing to size, dressing to type - Karen Graham in small-scaled separates and a narrow sweater-dress for day - the little minks - the blouson, the wrap-and-tie, sweater-dressing at night, the small big-evening dress with bareness and glitter; Lives of a Blonde - Dina Merrill; The New Ease in Fur - day and night - the cardigan jacket in sable, blond fox. The wrap-and-tie in fisher, sealskin, white mink - black mink and the little black dress at night; New Chanel dazzle - the black sequin pants suit; The super-allure of men's robes made for women - and the black nightdress; Caring for famous faces - east and west; Volcanic ashes for your hair - down to earth - sea salt for your bath; Karen Graham's 25-minute hair and makeup routine; Blondness - now is the moment and it's easier than ever; Have you a minute? - how to make every second work for you, your figure, your face, your hair; Chanel #19 comes to town; What a dermatologist can do for your looks; Exercise - what you don't know can hurt you; Karen Graham - the private life of a public beauty; Dear Beauty Business - stop telling me the truth and let me buy a dream; An interview with Marilyn Durham; The California House of Joan Didion and John Gregory Dunne; Silver's new love-light - ivory; Vogue Horoscope - John Lennon, by Maria Elise Crummere; Vogue Travel - Haiti; and much more. Usual library markings. Above-average wear. Back cover missing. A worthy reference copy of this special Karen Graham issue. 
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Collier's Magazine, January 19, 1946 - Crisis in Clothes, Borton, De Trevino, Elizabeth; Duranty, Walter; Krauss, William A.; Eberhart, Mignon G.; Stern, Richard; Lanham, Edwin; Cohen, Felix S.; Holmes, Julius C.; Et al
20 Borton, De Trevino, Elizabeth; Duranty, Walter; Krauss, William A.; Eberhart, Mignon G.; Stern, Richard; Lanham, Edwin; Cohen, Felix S.; Holmes, Julius C.; Et al Collier's Magazine, January 19, 1946 - Crisis in Clothes
USA Crowell-Collier Publishing 1946 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Locke, Vance (cover); Klett, WalterPatterson, Robert; McLeod, Ronald; Petruccelli, Antonio; Brown, Elmore; Kling, Wendell; Stern, Phil; Dawes, Edwin; 
78 pages. Fiction: The Way to the Heart; The Traitor; Welcome, Stranger; Murder Haunts the Ship; You First, Son; The Counselor. Articles: Women Have No Manners; How England does It; Crisis in Clothes - the head of the OPA tells how the clothing shortage grew to its present difficulties; American Cover-Up Girl - Meet Sono Osato in Fashion's new treatment of beach attire; Jap Underground in China - can the Japs deceive the Chinese and turn our ally against us?; How We Bought the United States - the government paid more than you realize but made little profit; Eisenhower's African Gamble (Conclusion) - The official story behind the often denounced deal with Darlan; This Week - Clark Gable; Harry the Reach - it's be murder for the opposition when Harry Boykoff plays on the basket ball court. Many great ads including Elsie the Cow, American Airlines, Nash cars, Lucky Strike (back cover) and a full-page Ford ad featuring a large color photo of Henry Ford studying soy plants - theme of ad is how Ford 'grows' its parts on the farm. Unmarked. Average wear. A sound copy of this vintage issue. 
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