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WAR: Casualty Report - Survey Compiled with the Help of the R.A.M.C.. No. 44.  May 15th, 1943, (British) Army Bureau of Current Affairs; Cotterell, Captain Anthony
1 (British) Army Bureau of Current Affairs; Cotterell, Captain Anthony WAR: Casualty Report - Survey Compiled with the Help of the R.A.M.C.. No. 44. May 15th, 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 "Not to be Published - the information given in this publication is not to be communicated, either directly, to the Press or to any person not holding an official position in His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: What are my chances of being wounded, and what happens if I am?; Casualty Report - Survey compiled with the help of the R.A.M.C.; Fire Quiz. Clean and unmarked with light wear. A quality copy. 
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Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, December (Dec.) 14, 1964 -  Walter Homburger / The Christmas When Canadians Drove Into Ortona, Allen, T.J.; MacLennan, Hugh; Lower, A.R.M.; Gilmour, Clyde; Levy, Lillian; Dunwoody, Derm; Phillips, Alan
2 Allen, T.J.; MacLennan, Hugh; Lower, A.R.M.; Gilmour, Clyde; Levy, Lillian; Dunwoody, Derm; Phillips, Alan Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, December (Dec.) 14, 1964 - Walter Homburger / The Christmas When Canadians Drove Into Ortona
Montreal Maclean-Hunter 1964 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Parker, Lewis; Peterson, Roy; Johnson, Doug; 
66 pages. Features: Cover photo of lady curler; Carling Black Label ad inside front cover claims it is Canada's best-selling (international) beer and shows ship exporting it to the world; Stephen Lewis - boy socialist of the NDP who's giving the old-line parties lessons in winning elections - article with caricature; How Computers May Catch Bad Drivers Before They Smash Up; Since When Did the Truth Become More Dangerous Than Danger Itself? (Editorial); Will Wawa's gun-totin' Christians fight for peace in Tanganyika? - Leigh Coop and Canadian Lay Missioners; Vintage one-page colour ad for the 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible (blue) entitled "Economy Car of GT Racer?"; One-page colour ad for the 1965 Ford Falcon Futura Convertible (light blue); Kodak camera colour ad; Glorious one-page colour-photo ad for the 1965 Ford Lincoln Continental shows lady with grey car picking up her mail at end of her private road; Nice one-page colour-photo ad for Sheaffer pens; Today's Religion - article with photos of Rabbi Abraham L. Feinberg, Father Frank Stone and Dr. Ernest Marshall Howse; The Guns of Christmas - a story of two thousand Canadian soldiers and the most gory and gaudy Christmas week of their lives as they fought, hand-to-hand, it Ortona, Italy during WWII; Two Solitudes Revisited; Would Canada Be Better Off Without Quebec?; Walter Homburger - the modest merchant of music - article with nice one-page photo; Push a Button, Housework's Done!; Curling article with input from Lyall Dagg; Report from Utopia - Alan Phillips sizes up havens to escape to; One-page ad by the "Ontario Government Trade Crusade" encourages readers to buy Canadian-made toys; Publisher Gray Campbell of Sidney, B.C. - article with photo; Toronto entertainer Randy Martin's latest gimmick - a two-man standup comedy team in living black and white; "We're Wasting Our Money Trying to 'Help' Canada's Delinquent Teenagers"; Back cover colour-photo Coke ad features basket of beagle puppies; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, February 25, 1946: Ickes Cover Photo, Auslander, Jospeh; et al
3 Auslander, Jospeh; et al Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, February 25, 1946: Ickes Cover Photo
USA Weekly Publications 1946 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
100 pages. Features: Attractive one-page color ad for Dodge Trucks features bright yellow moving van; Seattle's worst earthquake in history; Mrs. Helen Douglas Mankin wins Atlanta's Negro vote; Color ad for General Tire features well-dressed lady with lots of luggage being helped by black porter; Classy color ad for the Farnsworth Television and radio Corporation; Two-page poem commemorates the first anniversary of the Iwo Jima battle; Canadian exposure of spy ring turns doubting eyes on Russia - major article with photo; Nice one-page ad for the Banff Springs Hotel; Attractive color ad for Ford cars features ski scene; Young UNO closes first session with hope, suspicion, and a veto; Photos of Francisco Franco; Field Marshal von Paulus; Sir Sholto Douglas; Photo of Mohammed Ali Jinnah; The bravest padre - Maj. John Weir Foote, Presbyterian chaplain of the Royal Hamilton Light Infantry is awarded the VC; Brief obituaries for Dr. William Allan Neilson, Cornelius Johnson and Adolph Lorenz; Army posters to help soldiers adapt to civilian life; Tuberculosis germ killer; Photo and article of artist Alberto Vargas; Nice color-photo ad for the Boeing Stratocruiser; American Cyanamid color ad shows smiling coal delivery man iun bomber jacket; Dr. Henry A. Jones experiments with onions; Uneasy Swedes wonder what future holds; Photos of the lightweight Bobbi car; Aerial photo of downtown Chicago promotes the area for industrial development; Hotel New Yorker ad features photo of John H. Sienold, Banquet Manager; Photos of American Cardinals; The Secret of "Huff-Duff" (radio direction finder) can be told - as part of ITT ad; Picasso of the Camera - Edward Weston; ad for Dr. Grabow pipes; and more. Covers holding by one staple. Average wear and soiling. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, July 10, 1977: Werner Herzog - New Visionary in German Films, Baker, Russell; Brustein, Robert; Sagan, Carl; Eder, Richard; Singular, Stephen; Malcolm, Andrew H.; Donovan, Carrie; Lelyveld, Joseph; et al
4 Baker, Russell; Brustein, Robert; Sagan, Carl; Eder, Richard; Singular, Stephen; Malcolm, Andrew H.; Donovan, Carrie; Lelyveld, Joseph; et al The New York Times Magazine, July 10, 1977: Werner Herzog - New Visionary in German Films
New York The New York Times 1977 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Aller, Bill; Berez, Isaac; Greenberg, Alan 
64 pages. Features: Can the Show Go On? - The Performing Arts are on the verge of financial collapse; Carl Sagan article on 'The Next Great Leap Into Space'; A New Visionary in German Films - Werner Herzog; We Want to Make These Kids Neurotic - Cornerstone Nursery in Yonkers seeks to help violent and disturbed kids; Nice color-photo centerfold ad for Beefeater gin; A Family's Affair with Japan - Andrew H. Malcolm and his family lived in Japan for 18 months; Too Beautiful Just for the Boudoir - Photo/Fashion feature; Living HIgh in the Sky - Wall St. Executive David Merriman's terrace; Katz in "The Mountains" - Shmuel Katz visits the US to ease American misgivings about Israel; Unmarked with average wear. A sound 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.
5 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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Flying Magazine, August 1920, Volume IX, No. 7, Bartlett, Alice Hunt; Woodhouse, Henry; Veit, Sidney B.;
6 Bartlett, Alice Hunt; Woodhouse, Henry; Veit, Sidney B.; Flying Magazine, August 1920, Volume IX, No. 7
New York Flying Association, Inc. 1920 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Pages 417-480. Many magnificent illustrated ads for manufacturers including United States Rubber, Cantilever Aero Company, Wyman-Gordon Company, J.L. Aircraft Corporation, Vickers, Caproni, Curtiss, American Dirigible Balloon Syndicate, Farman Aeroplanes, Quality Snap Rings, plus a great centerfold ad for the Lawson Airline Company of Milwaukee. The Farman ad is particularly outstanding as it features a photo of their "Goliath" in flight, as well as a list of the company's world records. Articles: Patrollers of the Skies; U.S. is ahead of world in Aerial transportation; Post Office department issues call for proposals for operation of aerial mail routes; Are you bidding for aerial mail contracts?; The large demand for aeroplanes in the United States; Memorial Day exercises at Romagne; Army flight to Alaska; Courts asked for injunction to help aero club maintain its national leadership - includes considerable controversial legal documentation; Aero Club of America; Aero Club of Pennsylvania; The Aero Club of Southern California; World welcomes commission organizing first aerial derby around the world; Aerial transportation and aerial touring. Nice map ad for U.S. Aerial Express on back cover. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A most informative vintage copy. 
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This Week Magazine, June 20, 1965 - Insert to the Boston Sunday Herald: Claudia Cardinale Cover Photo, Block, Jean Libman; Rattner, Joan; Weisinger, Mort; MacDonald, John D.; Paddleford, Clementine; Nathanson, Don Paul; Rice, Charlie; Lane, Judy
7 Block, Jean Libman; Rattner, Joan; Weisinger, Mort; MacDonald, John D.; Paddleford, Clementine; Nathanson, Don Paul; Rice, Charlie; Lane, Judy This Week Magazine, June 20, 1965 - Insert to the Boston Sunday Herald: Claudia Cardinale Cover Photo
USA United Newspapers Magazine Corporation / The Boston Herald 1965 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Ornitz; Kossin, Sanford 
16 pages. Features: Lovely color cover photo of Claudia Cardinale - Girl in the Park; Medical Hypnotism - Part I; Westport's Other Mother - Patricia O'Regan Brown of Westport, CT has started a club called "The Junior Years" to help girls grow up; Taste For Mischief (fiction); Quick and Easy Dessert Recipes; Q&A; My Son, My Son - Don Paul Nathanson's idea to help sons measure up to their fathers; "I Can Never Tell A Joke" - great lines by Groucho Marx, Victor Borge and Sam Goldwyn. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this special vintage issue. 
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Canadian Collector Magazine, July/August 1984, Volume 19, No. 4, Bradshaw, Marian Hahn
8 Bradshaw, Marian Hahn Canadian Collector Magazine, July/August 1984, Volume 19, No. 4
Toronto Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society 1984 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
78 pages. Features: Limoelou Restored - Jacques Cartier's manor house at Saint-Malo; Bill Reid's Magnificent Bronze Haida Killer Whale; John O'Brien, Maritime Artist; Queen Victoria's Royal Barge; Arnold 176 - The Vancouver Chronometer; Boulton's Garden - Fifty Years in the Landscape of The Grange, Toronto; Year-Round Bouquets - preserved flowers help museums come alive; Signs of the Times - wonderful old advertisements; A short history of Toronto's Royal Canadian Yacht Club; Architect and Muralist - The Painter George Reid in Onteora, New York; Toronto in Music - Notes of a Collector. Light wear. Sound copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, May 9, 1942 -  Madagascar Occupied By British Forces to Forestall Japanese Plot, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John;
9 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John; The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, May 9, 1942 - Madagascar Occupied By British Forces to Forestall Japanese Plot
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 
Pages 537-564. Features: Cover photo-portrait of the King with General Henri Giraud (in 1940); Burial of Lieut.-Commander E. Esmonde, V.C.; King welcomes fighter pilots back after daylight sweep over northern France; Photo of dozens of gas producer units to be fitted into lorries to save petrol; Photo of Australia's Dr. H.V. Evatt with Churchill; Photo of U.S. Admiral H.R. Stark in London; Photo of POW German Generals Von Ravenstein, Arthur Schmidt, and I.P. de Villiers at South African port; Photo of A.T.A. platoon marching; Seven photos of Madagascar plus one-page relief map indicating its strategic importance and why it has been occupied by British forces; Photos of bomb damage in York, Norwich, and Hazebrouck Railway Station; Photos of King and Queen surveying Bath bomb damage; The Spring Air Offensive - article with maps of Burma and Mandalay vicinity; Six interesting photos of Mandalay and Lashio; Fascinating two-page map illustrates "The Riddle of the Middle East as viewed from Berchtesgaden" - a map looking towards the oilfields; Wonderful photos of Marshal Chiang Kai-Shek and his wife meeting Gandhi and Nehru - scenes at Calcutta, including photo of Madame Chiang Kai-Shek wearing Sari presented to her by the Birla family; Air photos of Grim aftermath of R.A.F. attacks in Rostock and Augsburg; Dramatic centerfold action illustration of Beaufighter long-range fighter downing enemy aircraft; Polish troops march in Edinburgh; Photos of Royal Artillery Mountain Battery excercises in Wales; One page of illustrations of Luftwaffe Developments - Germany's new fighters and bombers; Nine great photos explain how $millions in gold was recovered from mine-infested waters - salvage ship 'Claymore' recovers booty from sunken liner 'Niagara'; Photos of thirteen personalities of the week include W.P. Pycraft, Rear-Admiral H.J. Ruser-Larsen, Mr. Patrick Munro, M.P., Third Officer Agnes McLennan Traynor, Mr. Thorvald Stauning, Brig.-Gen. H.H. George, Staff Sergeant J.L. Lockhard, and General MacArthur with Mr. Curtin in Canberra; Fascinating one page of illustrations introduce stereoscopic television pictures - a notable British achievement; Eight high-resolution photos illustrated the world's diamond trade, now centred in London as experts from the low countries help the Allies; Classy B.S.A. colour back cover ad shows Egyptian scene with caption "The ever-turning wheel", by F. Matania; more nice vintage ads. This copy was never stapled. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy of this vintage issue. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, April (Apr.) 19, 1941 -  Cover Portrait of Squadron Leader Douglas R.S. Bader, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John; Pycraft, W.P.
10 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John; Pycraft, W.P. The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, April (Apr.) 19, 1941 - Cover Portrait of Squadron Leader Douglas R.S. Bader
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch, Ltd. 1941 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Bryan; Davis, G.H.; Turner, C.E.; De Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 493-524. Features: Photo of Greek Prime Minister M. Alexander Korizis; Nice one-page cutaway illustration of British No. 1 Infantry (heavy) tank Mark IIA in action; Lovely two-page illustration of Britain's womanhood as mobilised for victory in national war services - in their many uniforms; Two-pages with fifteen illustrations of the gentle art of baling out of an airplane (escape technique); Six photos of Italy's defeat and humiliation in Libya, where the Nazis have taken over; The War with Nazi Germany - The Peril in the Near East - article with map showing the German advance in North Africa and one-page relief map showing Germany's sphere of Mediterranean operations from the Balkans and Libya, aimed at the oil filds of Iraq and the Suez Canal; Map of the entire Balkan theatre of war; Seven photos illustrate the "New Order" at work in France, Yugoslavia, Japan, and Bulgaria - Mr. Matsuoka in Germany, capture of Otto Kretschmer, large French crowd giving Nazi salute to Marshal Petain, and Nazi tanks being welcomed to Bulgarian village; Two pages with nine photos illustrate 'Germany's Hammer Blows in the Balkans - important cities and sites in enemy hands in Yugoslavia and Greece'; Centerfold illustration of Lysander tailgunner eyeing a tempting target during exercises somewhere in England; Six excellent photos illustrated victory of the Sons of Hindustan in Eritrea; Excellent photo illustrates planning for the capture of Keren; Photos of fourteen personalities of the week include Maj.-Gen. Carton De Wiart, V.C., Leiut.-Gen. P. Neame, V.C., Lieut.-Gen. Sir R. O'Connor, Maj.-Gen. M.D. Gambier-Parry, Lieut.-Gen. Sir H. Maitland Wilson, Queen Mary of Yugoslavia, Hitler shaking hands with Rommel, Rashid Ali Gailani, and M. Laszlo De Bardossy of Hungary with Hitler; Photo of the Air Council in session at the Air Ministry, with nine men in attendance; Fascinating one-page article with four photos describes how 'health-giving rays, 240 times more powerful than sunshine, help the war workers; Photo of Danish ships in custody in the U.S.; Photos of Italian ships seized by the U.S.; Photo of Italian ship sabotage damage in US waters; Victorious return of H.M.A.S. "Sydney" to Sydney Harbour; Four photos of "Catalina" flying boat used in the U-Boat War; Illustrations of eighteen victorious fighter pilots from the Battle of Britain; Article on the Sturgeon (fish) and its ancestors; Lovely half-page photo ad for Bentley cars; Many vintage ads. Unmarked with average wear. Nibble from bottom corner. A quality copy of this dramatic wartime issue. 
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The Illustrated London (ILN) News, August 25, 1956 - Adlai Stevenson's Triumph at Chicago, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril
11 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril The Illustrated London (ILN) News, August 25, 1956 - Adlai Stevenson's Triumph at Chicago
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd. 1956 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Pages: 281-320. Features: Cover photos of Adlai Stevenson's triumph in Chicago; Photo ad for Grants Stand Fast Whisky inside front cover features Alan Melville; One-page Ford car ad; Esso Petrol one-page ad features tigers; South African Airlines ad; Large photo portrait of Adlai Stevenson; Turning Point in Cyprus? - The Eoka Cease-fire Declaration - six photos including Archbishop Makarios and Dighenis; Two pages of photos of the delegations which attended the London Conference on Suez; Prince Charles and Princess Anne help sailors pull a rope; Photo portraits of Princess Margaret; Photos of the Queen in Oban, Mull, Skye, Barra and South Uist; Photo of nine heads of the Arab League; Story and eight photos of newly oil-rich Saudi Arabia; Great centerfold photo of delegates at the opening session of the Suez Conference in London (holding by one staple); 14 photos of personalities of the week, including Lake Ontario swimmer Brenda Fisher, Sir Otto Lund, Cardinal Griffin, Archbishop of Westminster, Baron Von Neurath and Admiral Lynde D. McCormick; Miss Pat Smythe at the Brighton horse show; Thousand-year-old trees a few inches high - the astonishing welwitschia, from the deserts of Angola; One-page aerial photo of raft L'Egare which had just finished an 87-day voyage on the Atlantic; Police raid Communist H.Q. in West Germany; Nice colour-photo ad inside back cover for the Illustrated London News encourages subscriptions for those flying to Australia; Nice colour Johnnie Walker ad on back cover features cricket theme; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, January (Jan.) 4, 1947: Racial Minorities of Indochina, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al
12 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al The Illustrated London News, January (Jan.) 4, 1947: Racial Minorities of Indochina
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1947 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
32 pages. Features: Cover photo of miner at work 1000 yards below grade in the Milliard Seam at Snowden Colliery, in Kent; Amazing photo of crashed Dakota aircraft atop houses at South Ruislip; Five photos of Husky and Malemute dogs which will help Rear-Admiral Richard E. Byrd's new Antarctic expedition; Miracles of salvage in Italy - five photos of monuments rebuilt from fragments; Photos of brilliant results of Italian buildings and frescoes rebuilt after the war; Article entitled Some Service Landmarks of 1946, which includes two photos from troubled Jerusalem; Six photos of an Allied forces horse race held at Okayama, Japan; Five photos of King Michael of Rumania; Three large photos illustrate the huge Abadan oil refinery and the countryside pipelines which feed it; Photo of heroic Rome fruit vendor Domenico Ferri who caught baby Pier Carlo who had fallen from 6th floor window; Photos of the crash of Trans-World Airlines (TWA) Constellation Star of Cairo, near Shannon Airport; Photos of terrible tsunami damage at Tanabe, Japan and Shinghu, Japan; Two pages of great photos illustrate radio-controlled (RC) model car racing - America's fourth most popular sport; One page photo of the Alizes on the high trapeze under the big top; Photos of personalities of the week include Lieut. Gen. Sir Leslie Hollis, Lieut. Gen. Sir J. Crocker, Lord Russell of Killowen, Harold McKenna, Prof. Paul Langevin, Prof. Hartridge, W. C. Fields, Sir Victor Mallett, the victorious United States Davis cup team, and Lord Normanand; Two photos of L. F. Lawes and his model glider fitted with a small camera to be used for photographic reconnaissance; Wonderful full-page photo of postal workers coping with a mountain of packages at Mount Pleasant; Two pages of fascinating photos of the racial minorities of Indochina, as yet undisturbed by Vietnam claims. Unmarked with average wear. Advertising front cover taped in place, otherwise a sound 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
13 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 Wide World - The Magazine for Everybody, July, 1919, Vol. XLIII, No. 255: Amat Sik - Hero of the Singapore Mutiny, Butler, H.G.; Hornbeck, R.R.; Garnett, L.; Rockman, E.; Clark-Kennedy, S.; McMillan, A.; Masters, D.; Shane, M.; Garland, E.; Jordan, J.; Beattie, S.; Courtier-Forster, R.; St. Lawrence, B.; Humpherus, S.; Lees, G.
14 Butler, H.G.; Hornbeck, R.R.; Garnett, L.; Rockman, E.; Clark-Kennedy, S.; McMillan, A.; Masters, D.; Shane, M.; Garland, E.; Jordan, J.; Beattie, S.; Courtier-Forster, R.; St. Lawrence, B.; Humpherus, S.; Lees, G. The Wide World - The Magazine for Everybody, July, 1919, Vol. XLIII, No. 255: Amat Sik - Hero of the Singapore Mutiny
London George Newnes 1919 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Evison, G. Henry; Somerfield, Thomas; Thomas, W.E.; Bates, Leo; Wigfull, W.E.; Reynolds, Warwick; Peddie, Tom; Boyer, Jacques; Prater, E.; 
Pages 180-262 plus 16 pages of ads. This is a particularly excellent issue jammed full of fascinating accounts. Features: Terrible Experiences in the Arctic - a whaling schooner is crushed by ice and its crew exists on moss and snow for nearly a week; Amat Sik - Hero of the Singapore Mutiny - he avenged the killing of his employer, an English officer; The Trade Guilds of Constantinople - article with truly amazing photos; The Yaqui Luck-Piece; My Brumby Hunt; When Everything Happened to Me - hauling timber in the 1870s; Salving (Salvaging) Fifty Million Pounds' Worth of Shipping - fantastic photo-illustrated article on some of the 500 ships saved by the Admiralty Salvage Section in WWI; The Sun Dance - photo-illustrated account of a trip to Alberta, Canada to witness the Sun Dance, an annual festival of the Indians; My Dashes fro Freedom - Lieut. E.H. Garland's account of how he escaped from 12 German prison camps in WWI - article with illustrations and photos of the Holzminden Tunnel; ; In Search of Gold - John A. Jordan in East Africa; Our Disastrous Cattle Drive - tale of an horrific Australian cattle drive; Fascinating photo of a "Tramps' Hotel" in the fashion of a jail - they are required to break a quantity of rock for use in road construction before they can leave; The Kaiser's Girls - a tale of 'amazing political intrique and cold-blooded devilry' from German-occupied Russia; The Serpent Garden of Butantan, near Sao Paulo, Brazil - photo-illustrated article; My 'Roo (Kangaroo) Hunt with the 'Flying Gang' - hunting on the banks of the Murray River; With the Ortolan Trappers - photo-illustrated article on how these birds were caught; and more. Half-page photo ad for the Granliden Hotel of Lake Sunapee, N.H.; Lovely illustrated one-page ad for Canada Steamship Lines - "Shooting the Rapids of the Historic St. Lawrence in 1819"; Uncommon ad for "Tobacco Redeemer" by Newell Pharmacal inside back cover claims to help smokers kick the habit in 48 to 72 hours. Covers detached as one, but present. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A wonderful vintage issue. 
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Collier's Magazine, April 12, 1947 - General Eisenhower in United Jewish Appeal Ad, Cloete, Stuart; Stewart, Ramona; Milhon, William; Wilson, Jay; Taylor, Samuel W.; Ruesch, Hans; Scheuer, Philip K.; Asbury, Herbert; Matthews, Herbert L.; Groth, John; Hersey, John; Hartwell, Dickson
15 Cloete, Stuart; Stewart, Ramona; Milhon, William; Wilson, Jay; Taylor, Samuel W.; Ruesch, Hans; Scheuer, Philip K.; Asbury, Herbert; Matthews, Herbert L.; Groth, John; Hersey, John; Hartwell, Dickson Collier's Magazine, April 12, 1947 - General Eisenhower in United Jewish Appeal Ad
USA The Crowell-Collier Publishing Company 1947 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Chase, Francis (cover); Mink, Dave; Rose, William; Groth, John; Giesen, Herman; Hawes, Charles; Thompson, Kenneth; Eng, Fred 
90 pages. Articles: From Rags to Riches - Chaplin in a Bluebeard role; America's Number One Mystery Man (part 1 of 2) - the career of Frank Costello and his strange empire - great photos; John Bull Sees Red, White and Blue - Britain's privations give rise to bitter criticism of America; Dem Bums Abroad - Brooklyn Dodgers did their spring training in Havana, Cuba; Mr. Secretary Marshall (conclusiont) - his military background can help him achieve diplomatic victories; The Happy Gentleman - Frank Crowninshield - article with photo. Fiction: The Blast (part 1 of 2); The Blond Hairpin; Promise in the earth; The Flexible Mind; The Curse of the Krebils; White Man in the White Land. Includes these ads: "The Man Out" - great full-page movie ad - starring James Mason; Canadian Pacific Vacations; Santa Fe Railroad; The National Guard (two pages); Dubonnet; Oldsmobile cars (nice); Great full-page color-photo ad for Fortune shoes for men; Schick Electric Shaver "Fits Your Face" - full-page color-photo; Packard cars (classy); Washington State Tourism (color-photos); Chevrolet; Life Savers; Timely Clothes; Red Cap Ale; Hickok Belts; Canadian National Railways - travel; Red Top Ale; Queen Anne Pecan Roll; Puritan Sportswear; United Jewish Appeal full-page ad features photo of General Eisenhower and lengthy excerpt of his speech to the U.J.A. in Washington, D.C.; Eversharp pens; Coke ad on back over features three young office ladies. Average wear. Center page loose but present. A worthy vintage copy. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, March (Mar.) 1945 - Field Marshal Sir Harold Alexander / The Canadian Red Cross in Scotland, Cocking, R.; Breyfogle, Wm. A.; Crofts, F.W.; Green, H.G.; Hastings, Major L.; Paterson, J.; Bundy, F.G.; Et al
16 Cocking, R.; Breyfogle, Wm. A.; Crofts, F.W.; Green, H.G.; Hastings, Major L.; Paterson, J.; Bundy, F.G.; Et al National Home Monthly Magazine, March (Mar.) 1945 - Field Marshal Sir Harold Alexander / The Canadian Red Cross in Scotland
Winnipeg Stovel / National Home Monthly 1945 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Abbot, John (cover); Iligan, Ralph; Humphrey, Walter Beach; Leake, Gerald; Harris, Lawrence; 
56 pages. Features: Bold and dramatic Canadian Red Cross ad inside front cover shows nurse with outstretched arms pleading for help in a war-torn world; Why German Surrender Must Be Unconditional; Editorial on tax inequities between private businesses and co-operatives, mutual insurance organizations and government-owned businesses; Generalship with Genius - photo-illustrated article on Field-Marshal Sir Harold Alexander; A River Fights the War - photo-illustrated article on the St. Maurice River and the major industries it supports; Sky Duel (short story); The Sheriff Says "No" (short story); East Wind (short story); The Fleet is the Town - great photo-illustrated article on H.M.C.S. "Cornwallis" in Nova Scotia; Cocooney Kelly (short story); The Canadian Red Cross in Scotland - article with photos including N/S Barbara Stanton of Port Stanton, Ontario, Gunner Robert Lattman of Prince George, B.C., and seven Canadian Nursing Sisters working at the Canadian Orthopaedic Unit at Hairmyers Hospital, East Kilbride, Scotland; One-page ad for Heinz soups features illustration of lady swooning over the taste; Great one-page black and white photo ad for Kodak features Tpr. K. Kosak of Mundare, Alberta with Dutch lady in traditional garb; Mend Your Manners; Woodbury soap ad features photos of newlyweds Elizabeth Strong of Montreal and Flying Officer Leonard Barrett, of the Royal Australian Air Force; Photo of Bonita Granville in Arrid ad; Photo of Lucille Ball in Jergens Lotion ad; Easter Fare on the Kitchen Front; Chase & Sanborn ad features colour Charlie McCarthy comic; Great one-page wartime Canada Post Office ad includes photo of troops overseas receiving mail and instructions how to address letters "to face the rigors of war'; Fashion article and illustrations; Colour ad for Singer sewing machines; World Sayings; Proud Ford ad inside back cover entitled "These 700" explains how they stopped making civilian vehicles on March 31, 1942 but are now resuming civilian production - and all 700 of their dealers remain!; Colour back cover ad for Marboleum floors; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A quality vintage copy. 
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The Times History and Encycloeaedia of the War: Part 213, 17 September (Sept.) 1918 *THE BOY SCOUTS*, Correspondents of The Times
17 Correspondents of The Times The Times History and Encycloeaedia of the War: Part 213, 17 September (Sept.) 1918 *THE BOY SCOUTS*
London The Times 1918 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Topics: preparedness of the Boy Scouts; Sir R. Baden-Powell as a Prophet; Holiday and War; The Boy Scout Organization; Work of a Wartime Camp; Lord Kitchener's View; The Public and the Scout; A Non-Military Movement; Opinions of the Press; The American Ambassador; Scout Law; Scout Badges; Gallantry in the Navy; Sea Scouts as Coast Guards; Gallantry in the Army; Influence of the Scout Spirit; War Emergency Work; Work for the Government; Agricultural Help; Boy Scout Tests of Citizenship; Recreation Huts and Collections; Helping the Police; In Air Raids and Bombardments; Work for Hospitals; Boy Scouts of the Empire; The Movement in Foreign Countries; Scouts of the Allies. Dozens of wonderful black and white photos. Average wear. Bit of writing on front cover else unmarked. Binding sound. A quality copy. 
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The Times History and Encyclopaedia of the War - Part 168, November (Nov.) 6, 1917.  The Campaign in German East Africa (III.), Correspondents of The Times
18 Correspondents of The Times The Times History and Encyclopaedia of the War - Part 168, November (Nov.) 6, 1917. The Campaign in German East Africa (III.)
London The Times 1917 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Cover Portrait of Brigadier-Gen. Edward Northey, C.B. Commanded the Nyasalind-Rhodesia Force. Abundantly illustrated with black and white photos. Contents include: military situation in East Africa at the close of 1916; The Belgian campaign under General Tombeur; Opening of the offensive, April 1916; Conquest of region between Tanganyika and Victoria Nyanza; British Column seizes Mwanza; Colonel Olsen Occupies Ujiji; Joint advance on Tabora; Life in Tabora under the Germans; Harsh treatment of British Prisoners; Belgians enter Tabora; Germans retreat south towards Mahenge; Results of Belgian campaign; General Northey's Campaign; Advance from the Nyasa-Rhodesia Frontier; Transport Difficulties; Nearly 400,000 carriers employed; German forces defeated; Northey's advance toward Iringa; Germans from Tabora under General Wahle pierce Northey's lines; Van Deventer's cooperation from the north; Mahenge force attacks Northey; Assailants repulsed; German concentration around Mahenge; Combined offensive by Van Deventer and Northey Fails; General Smuts Reorganizes his army and lines of communication; Kilwa operations; advance toward the Rufiji; German Main Force escapes from the Mgeta; Captain Selous killed; Changes in the command; Portugal's help. Average wear. Unmarked. Sound copy. Please note: readers may also be interested in the following two issues: Part 121 - The Campaign in German East Africa (I); Part 146 - The Campaign in German East Africa (II). 
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The Saturday Evening Post, November (Nov.) 14, 1959 -  Dr. Dorothy Martin Simon Knows Rockets, Crisp, N.; Athanas, V.; Polk, D.; Stanton, W.; Giesler, J.; Kobler, J.; Frank, S.; Layne, B.; Turska, G.; Tunley, R.; Bradbury, B.; Gallico, P.; Bellah, J.
19 Crisp, N.; Athanas, V.; Polk, D.; Stanton, W.; Giesler, J.; Kobler, J.; Frank, S.; Layne, B.; Turska, G.; Tunley, R.; Bradbury, B.; Gallico, P.; Bellah, J. The Saturday Evening Post, November (Nov.) 14, 1959 - Dr. Dorothy Martin Simon Knows Rockets
USA Curtis 1959 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Clymer, John (cover); De Mers, Joe; Stevens, Peter; Georgi, Edwin 
130 pages. Short Stories: Last Chance for Love; The Hard Man; Cause to Kill; The Second-String Baby Sitter. Articles: The Jerry Giesler Story - article with photos, including Marilyn Monroe, Part I - Hollywood is my Client; Haven for the Uninhibited - Roger Coster and his cockeyed chateau in Haiti - color photos; Help for Homeowners; This is No Game for Kids - great photo-illustrated article on Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Bobby Layne; ; The Poland I Saw - the Poles still face a grim battle for existence; The Lady Knows Her Rockets - Dr. Dorothy Martin Simon is a rocket scientist at Avco's laboratories at Wilmington, MA; We're Always on the Spot - the school board of New Milford, CT; Serials: Too Many Ghosts (part 3 of 7); Ordeal on Blood. Ads: Pontiac Ventura Sports Coupe for 1960; Mayflower Movers; Schlitz beer (skating scene); Pall Mall cigarettes - with avacado; Coffeematic coffe pots; Chanel No. 5; Rambler car lineup for 1960 (four color pages); Caterpillar - building flood-protection pond; Arrow Shirts; 1960 Chevrolet (red Bel Air 2-door sedan); GE TVs; 1960 Buick with Guide-Matic; Parkay Margerine centerfold; Spring cigarettes; Northern Tissue; 1960 Turbine Drive Buick (blue Le Sabre 4-door sedan); Conn organs; Boeing 707 and 720; Admiral TVs; Avis Rent-a-Car; Ladies' Home Journal; Philadelphia Electric Company; American Optical - great color ad featuring funky frames for glasses; De Beers Diamonds; Pepsi; Douglas DC-8; Bruce floor wax; Betty Crocker Cake Mixes (back cover). Average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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Antique Automobile Magazine - Official Publication of the Antique Automobile Club of America, Inc., July-August 1964, Daniels, Charles W. Jr.
20 Daniels, Charles W. Jr. Antique Automobile Magazine - Official Publication of the Antique Automobile Club of America, Inc., July-August 1964
USA Antique Automobile Club of America, Inc. (AACA) 1964 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
80 pages. Features: The passing of L. Edward Pamphilon, 1909-1964; Apple Blossom Meet; Automobiles of the Old Dominion - Dawson Auto-Mobile, Kline Kar, and Piedmont; Spring Meet Down South; 1935 8-Cylinder Pierce Arrow; "Cavalcade of the Car"; 1937 Model 812 Cord Victoria; Brooks Stevens' "SS" - a modern classic; Restored 1908 Thomas Flyer - new star at the Harrah Collection; The 1902 Black; Antique Adventurers #1; The American Motor Car Industry 1920; The "Help Yourself" Harrington coin-operated gas pump; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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