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The Wide World  - The Magazine For Everybody, August 1919, No. 256, Vol. XLIII - The Theft of the Zuni God / Flying in Central Africa / Our LIfe at Holzminden, 'Woodpecker'; Rose, Frank; Heald, T.; Webster, F.; Martyn, F.; randall, S.; Somerset-Lister, H.; Thomason, H.; Evans, E.; Et al
1 'Woodpecker'; Rose, Frank; Heald, T.; Webster, F.; Martyn, F.; randall, S.; Somerset-Lister, H.; Thomason, H.; Evans, E.; Et al The Wide World - The Magazine For Everybody, August 1919, No. 256, Vol. XLIII - The Theft of the Zuni God / Flying in Central Africa / Our LIfe at Holzminden
New York The International News Company 1919 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Tennant, Dudley; Whale, Lieut. J. 
Pages 266-352 pages plus 16 pages of great vintage ads. Features: Flying in Central Africa (part I) - adventures from the flying log-book of an R.A.F. officer during ther campaign in German East Africa; My Adventures in Bolivia - Frank Rose was arrested as a dangerous revolutionary but managed to escape; Relief Worker's Adventures (part I) - thrilling adventures among the war victims of Armenia, Syria, and Persia, with photos; Hunting Big Game by Motor-Car - Captain F.A.M. Webster describes how he does it, with photos; The Adventures of a Newspaper-man (part III) - Frederic Martyn's adventures - with photos; Pukalofa's Tragic Revenge - Captain Samuel Randall recounts the brutal behavior of a whaling captain towards his crew in 1868, and what followed; In the Wilds of Siberia (Part I) - great photo-illustrated article by Harry Somerset-Lister describes his adventures; The Theft of the Zuni God - in New Mexico three U.S. Cavalry troopers stole the idols of the Indians, thus incurring their wrath; "The Surf Deer" - Reminiscences of the Dover Destroyer Patrol by Captain E.R.G.R. Evans, the Commander of the destroyer Viking; Shooting Elephants in the Middle of a Battle - what happened during the German East African Campaign; Hunting an Elephant During War - another thrilling incident of an elephant hunt during stern fighting in German East Africa, related by a Rhodesian soldier; Our Life at Holzminden - Lieut. J. Whale describes his life in this German POW camp in Brunswick, and provides his own illustrations; The Making of a Mandarin - photo-illustrated explanation of the curious and picturesque examinations which are held every three years in China and Indo-China for the coveted diploma of Chu-Jen, which entitles the holder to call himself a full-fledged Mandarin; Smugglers' Strategy Unveiled - photo-illustrated article explaining the many ingenious methods used by German and Swiss smugglers to get food and other things into enemy territory; The Tragedy of the Sling-Chain - Miner Bill Burton is killed in Australia; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A quality copy of this great vintage issue. 
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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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Canadian Geographical Journal, June, 1947 - ICAO - The International Civil Aviation Organization, Abell, Walter; Ward, J.D.U.; Ayre, Robert; Edge, Frederic
3 Abell, Walter; Ward, J.D.U.; Ayre, Robert; Edge, Frederic Canadian Geographical Journal, June, 1947 - ICAO - The International Civil Aviation Organization
Canada The Canadian Geographical Society 1947 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Harris, Lawren S. (Cover) 
Pages 249-293 plus seventeen pages of nice vintage ads. Features: An Introduction to Canadian Architecture - major article with dozens of photos; Britain's Trees and Forests; Lawren Harris; PICAO into ICAO - International Civil Aviation Organization; and more. Some of the ads include: 1947 Mercury 114 car; The Monarch 8 car; Canadian Pacific - great one-page color ad for their train travel and Empress Hotel. Moderate wear. Binding intact. A sound vintage copy. 
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CanadianArt (Canadian Art) Magazine, Winter 2012, Volume 28, Number 4 - Special Sculpture Issue, Addleman, Katie; Laurence, Robin; McLaughlin, Bryne; Baird, Daniel; Ireland, Ann; Cheetham, Mark; Dault, Gary Michael
4 Addleman, Katie; Laurence, Robin; McLaughlin, Bryne; Baird, Daniel; Ireland, Ann; Cheetham, Mark; Dault, Gary Michael CanadianArt (Canadian Art) Magazine, Winter 2012, Volume 28, Number 4 - Special Sculpture Issue
Canada Canadian Art 2012 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
144 pages. Jean-Pierre Gauthier and the animate object; Reece Terris lifts construction know-how into high art; Michel de Broin takes his art to Paris and New Orleans; Jessica Stockholder plays with colour and form; Tim Whiten and the elusive magic of making; Christiana Eckart moves painting into sculpture; Jacques Bilodeau's sculpture of engagement. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A sound 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
5 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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Beauty Off-Duty - Supplement to the August 1956 Issue of Lilliput Magazine, Author Not Stated
6 Author Not Stated Beauty Off-Duty - Supplement to the August 1956 Issue of Lilliput Magazine
U.K Hulton 1956 First Edition Paperback Very Good Booklet 12mo - over 6" - 7" tall Wood, Roger; Stirling, Alex 
16 pages. Alluring photographic researches into the private lives of Lilliput's cover girls, featuring: Marianne Brauns, Adele Collins, Vera Day, Maria Hansen, Jill Ireland and Jackie Lane. Includes two or more pages of photos for each model, complete with a brief bio. Clean and unmarked with light wear. A great vintage item. 
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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
7 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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The New York Times Magazine, May 22, 1977 -  Spies Andrew Doulton Lee and John Christopher Boyce, Baker, Russell; Molinoff, Daniel D.; Lindsey, Robert; Glueck, Grace; Chace, James; Rothchild, John; Wood, Peter; Skurka, Norma; Lelyveld, Joseph; et al
8 Baker, Russell; Molinoff, Daniel D.; Lindsey, Robert; Glueck, Grace; Chace, James; Rothchild, John; Wood, Peter; Skurka, Norma; Lelyveld, Joseph; et al The New York Times Magazine, May 22, 1977 - Spies Andrew Doulton Lee and John Christopher Boyce
New York The New York Times 1977 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Cosindas, Marie; Fischer, Carl; Gorton, D.; Liebowitz, Meyer; Clark, Gordon; Higgins, Chester Jr.; Strick, David; Migdoll, Herb; Gangl, Ott; Horning, Joseph; Pughe, J.S.; Leyendecker, Joseph Christian; Benton, Thomas Hart; Barberis, Tito; Rothaus, Ede 
112 pages. Features: Imperial Dentistry; Life with Father - More and more divorced men are demanding the right to custody of their children - with photo of Dr. Joseph S. Bell and his children Gerald and Jennifer; Nice Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith II ad; To Be Young, Rich - And a Spy - Andrew Doulton Lee and John Christopher Boyce passed secret U.S. defense documents to the Russians through the Soviet embassy in Mexico City; Spoleto U.S.A. - Gian Carlo Menotti has made the Italian summer festival a byword for artistic excellence for twenty years, and now he's taking it to Charleston; Color BMW ad features the 530i; Nice one-page color-photo ad for Mademoiselle Magazine; How "Moral" Can We Get? - by injecting human rights into foreign policy, (Jimmy) Carter has revived an old American dilemma; Small ad for the Lotus Esprit; Piracy on the Low Seas - Vessel 'Pirate's Lady' vanishes with Tony Latuso and David Diecidue aboard, after fueling at Apalachicola on the Florida panhandle; Bausch & Lomb ad features Halston designed frames for glasses; Sotheby Parke Bernet ad features photo of Jane Wyeth; White-Water High - a great wave of boating is hitting America's rivers; Suddenly it's Summer - gorgeous beach fashion photos; Summer Rental Redo by Bob Patino and Vincent Wolf; Sunoco ad features their 'Penny Pinching Pump'; Small Beer. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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American Artist Magazine - Drawing, Fall 2006: Learning from John Singer Sargent, Barrett, Robert T.; Mitchell, Mark G.; Bahr, Bob; Procter, Kenneth, J.; Gheno, Dan; Perricelli, Lynne Moss; Skrapits, J.C.
9 Barrett, Robert T.; Mitchell, Mark G.; Bahr, Bob; Procter, Kenneth, J.; Gheno, Dan; Perricelli, Lynne Moss; Skrapits, J.C. American Artist Magazine - Drawing, Fall 2006: Learning from John Singer Sargent
USA Nielsen 2006 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Sargent, John Singer (cover) 
128 pages. Features: Drawing with a Powdered Pastel "Wash"; Drawing Out Sargent; Turning Lines into Likeness; Clothing as Texture, Clothing as Symbol; How to Draw Dynamic Heads; David Mayernik - What Time Teaches the Artist; Clothing in Drawings - Revealing and Concealing; Rembrandt's Shorthand Drawing Style; Solitude and Expression in American Drawing. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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Leatherneck - Magazine of the Marines, April (Apr.) 1960 , Volume XLIII, Number 4 -  Staff NCO Promotion Boards, Barrow, Clay; Jones, Mel; Ellis, Thurlow D.; Hayes, Robert C.; Guilford, James; Johnson, Robert E.; Schinkel, Pete E.; Jones, Mel;
10 Barrow, Clay; Jones, Mel; Ellis, Thurlow D.; Hayes, Robert C.; Guilford, James; Johnson, Robert E.; Schinkel, Pete E.; Jones, Mel; Leatherneck - Magazine of the Marines, April (Apr.) 1960 , Volume XLIII, Number 4 - Staff NCO Promotion Boards
USA Leatherneck Association, Inc. 1960 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Tyler, Charles B.; Jarrard, E.L.; Savatt, Russell W. Jr. 
88 pages. Features: Cover photo features Carlton E. Golden, Steven A. Kingman and William C. Dalrymple; The Old Gunny Says....; Today's DI - he must convert 75 stumbling civilians into a platoon of smart-stepping U.S. Marines - article with photo of Grady J. Studdard and many others; Staff NCO Selection Boards - article with photo of Col. M.P. Ryan; Sasebo Note - letter and photos from General Harry Schmidt; Academy Prep - the first rung of the ladder to higher education and a commission; Return the the Islands - New Caledonia - although the area around Noumea was dotted with military establishments during WWII, little evidence remains; Portsmouth - Post of the Corps; Chin (story); Long Beach Reservists - records of the Reserve unit date back to 1904; List of Retirees, with photo of Randolph Berkeley; Photos of these Rifle Competition Winners - Lawrence N. Dubia and Ernest O. Chilson; Nice one-page photo of Leatherneck's Miss DI, Barbara Hobart in swimwear with marine hat and sword; List of Transfers; Corps Album - great archival photos; Back cover color-photo ad for Camel cigarettes features G.L. Stavely of Mexico Hat, Utah, skipper for geologists mapping the Colorado River; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy of this great issue. 
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Newsweek Magazine, August (Aug.) 10, 1981 - Japan's High-Tech Challenge, Barton, Clare Bishop; Axthelm, Pete; Greenfield, Meg; et al
11 Barton, Clare Bishop; Axthelm, Pete; Greenfield, Meg; et al Newsweek Magazine, August (Aug.) 10, 1981 - Japan's High-Tech Challenge
New York Newsweek 1982 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Kamifuku, Tom H. (Cover) 
72 pages. Features: Two-page color-photo ad for the Ford Series 10 tractor, "The World Tractor"; The Tuskegee Airmen Keep on Flying - the 99th Fighter Squadron and the 332nd Fighter Group and the 477th Bomber Group were the only all-black flying units organized by the US Air Force in WWII; Justice Rose Bird of the California Supreme Court; Reagan's War on Drugs - major article with photos, including George Bush Sr. leaning on bales of marijuana; Tax Bill politics in D.C.; A New Look at Child Labor; Jimmy Hoffa Legally Dead; Killenworth Mansion on Long Island - Soviet nest spying on local defense industries?; Bedford, IN - limestone capital of the world - Merle Edington and his Great Pyramid replica; Reagan's middle east peacemaker Philip Habib; Volkswagen Scirocco ad; Yassir Arafat - skilled in P.R.; Indira Gadhi's New Beginning; Vintage ad for Mattel Electronics' Intellivision "Starstrike" (Star Strike) video game; Peace shattered in Zimbabwe; Report from Tajikistan and the impact of the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan; Color photo of tennis player Hu Na; Elvis Costello - No More Mr. Bad Guy; The University of San Francisco drops its basketball program - The High Price of Cheating; William P. Tavoulareas and his libel suit against the Washington Post; Beware of Child Molesters - one of 10 youngsters is sexually abused each year; Japan's High-Tech Challenge - the Asian powerhouse launches an all-out push into computers, robots and other 'knowledge intensive' industries; How Computers Change Lives; Building a Superbrain; Japan's New Risk Takers; Here Come the Robots; From Tennessee to Tokyo - Americans prepare for Nissan's new truck plant in Smyrna, TN; Electronic Gadgets of the Future; Controversial use of animals in scientific research; The Disappearing Drive-In Movie Theater; Lloyd DeGrane and a flock of pink flamingos; Passing of: Harold R. Foster, Harold T. Sakata, Dan Seymour, Tatyana Grosman, Vladimir Kosma Zworykin, Jucille Parker Markey; Olympus camera ad with inset photo of model (Cheryl Tiegs?); Filming of "That Championship Season" in Scranton, PA; Back cover Barclay cigarette ad features photo of James Bond-style man in white tux; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A sound copy. 
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Lilliput Magazine, December 1956, Bennett, Kem; Atkinson, Alex; Delderfield, R.F.; Raven, Charles; Sabor, R.S.; Swinton; Allan; Clarke, Ronald; McPartlin, G.A.; Lane, Richard
12 Bennett, Kem; Atkinson, Alex; Delderfield, R.F.; Raven, Charles; Sabor, R.S.; Swinton; Allan; Clarke, Ronald; McPartlin, G.A.; Lane, Richard Lilliput Magazine, December 1956
U.K. Hulton Press Ltd. 1956 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
96 pages. Features: Fall into Wilderness; My First Affair; The Strange Case of A/C O'Hara; Christmas Eve at the Grass; Red Rubies for Anushka; Men with Horse; Ironmongery on the Mountains; Dry Run; A New Look for Soccer; Walking Backwards for Christmas; Concerning Clothes; Art in Advertising; How to Watch Girls; How to Improve Your Table Tennis; David Langdon's Sketch Book - and a Merry Christmas to you, too; plus photos of Leslie Caroll, Susan beaumont and Anita Ekberg; and more. Please note: front cover mentions this issue originally included 'The Lilliput Beer Book' which is not included with this copy. Unmarked with moderate wear. A nice vintage copy. 
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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
13 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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The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, May 22, 1926 - World War's Effect on the Negro, Boeckmann, Henriette; Arms, L.L.; Collman, Charles A.; Whiting, May B.; Thompson, Huston; Boyer, Townsend; Clifford, F.J.; Smith, Wyman; Finger, Charles J.
14 Boeckmann, Henriette; Arms, L.L.; Collman, Charles A.; Whiting, May B.; Thompson, Huston; Boyer, Townsend; Clifford, F.J.; Smith, Wyman; Finger, Charles J. The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, May 22, 1926 - World War's Effect on the Negro
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1926 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Clarke, W.W.; Graham, J.C.; Seavey, Paul Franklin; Johnson, Harlan; Honore, Paul 
32 pages. Features: When Old Salem Hunted Witches - men and women were put to death on the accusation of little children; The Man Who Fights Alone - "The Cop is the World's Greatest Warrior" - article with statistics of policemen killed on the job; Why I Left New York (part 1) - a middle westerner moves there but is in conflict with its alien atmosphere; Who Pays for Our Radio Programs? - noted economics author explains how national advertisers foot the bill so we can listen-in without charge; Captain Kidd - Pirate-Catcher - the rover is commissioned to capture ships flying the black flag; Mr. (Henry) Ford's Page - no amount of pretense can improve upon the original; Editorials - the time of England's trouble, is the jury system a failure, police death roll, the family is the unit; Woodrow Wilson (part 9) - He refused to be rushed into hasty decisions; World War's Effect Upon the Negro - overseas the colored soldier acquired an entirely new estimate of his importance in the scheme of things; Dry-Farming - The Tragedy of the West - scores of deserted homes stand as mute monuments to the settler's struggle in a land where rain seldom comes; Moonlight Midnight on "Old Tim" - Climbing Mount Timpanogas; The Voyage of the Victoria - part 3 - further adventures of Magellan; Chats with Office Callers; A Dance a Week - Hull's Victory, Lady Walpole's Reel, and Speed the Plow (with piano music for each); amazing photos of strange worldwide professions - a daredevil juggling atop several chairs, rubber tappers in Ceylon demonstrating the herringbone system,Egyptian dervishes passing skewers through their cheeks, and a Korean peddler of earthen ware - carried upon his back! Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Saturday Evening Post, August (Aug.) 15, 1959 -  William Levant Alcorn Rebuilds Abandoned Haciendas, Borg, F.; Heuman, W.; Fox, E.; Weber, L.; Hill, E.; Gallup, G.; Noble, J.; Breslin, J.; Evans, R.; Williamson, S.; Strausz-Hupe, R.; Stern, R.; Kelland, C.
15 Borg, F.; Heuman, W.; Fox, E.; Weber, L.; Hill, E.; Gallup, G.; Noble, J.; Breslin, J.; Evans, R.; Williamson, S.; Strausz-Hupe, R.; Stern, R.; Kelland, C. The Saturday Evening Post, August (Aug.) 15, 1959 - William Levant Alcorn Rebuilds Abandoned Haciendas
USA Curtis 1959 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Alajalov (cover) 
98 pages. Short Stories: Playboy's Choice; Men Should Be Married; Neighbors; The Fugitive Grandmothers. Articles: The Secrets of Long Life (1st of 3 articles) - results of a poll; His Business is in Ruins - William Levant Alcorn restores haciendas; Trainer of Winners - Horse Trainer Jimmy Jones; ; How I Stumbled Into the Movies - Robert Evans; Clams Can Be Wonderful - the secret of real New England chowder; Adventures of the Mind, #33 - World in Revolution. Serials: Set Up for Murder (conclusion); Mark of Treachery (part 6 of 8). Ads: International Trucks (inside front cover); Schlitz Beer; Newport cigarettes; Douglas DC-8; Stauffer Home Reducing Plan; Chesterfield cigarettes - missile engineer photos; Band-Aid; Instant Simoniz car wax; Dictaphone; AMF Pinspotters Inc.; Snider's Hotter Catsup; Dutch Boy House Paint; Lucky Strike ad on back cover features race horse. Above-average wear. Bit of writing on page 46. Some moisture-induced discoloration. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Maclean's - Canada's Newsmagazine, October 31, 1977 - Gilles Villeneuve, Boyle, Harry; Fotheringham, Allan; et al
16 Boyle, Harry; Fotheringham, Allan; et al Maclean's - Canada's Newsmagazine, October 31, 1977 - Gilles Villeneuve
Toronto Maclean-Hunter Limited 1977 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
84 pages. Features: Interview with U.S. newsman Edwin Newman; Classy two-page ad for Seiko digital watches; Volkswagen Rabbit ad; This Country Showed Such Promise Once...; Nice color photo ad for Sears/De Beers Diamonds features new mother with child; CN Rail ad features image of executive R.R. Latimer; Media coverage of the House of Commons; Willy De Roos sails into Vancouver's False Creek Harbour, setting a world record for fastest Northwest Passage trip in the smallest craft ever to make the route; John McCallum burned by Winnipeg restaurant pyrotechnics; Bloody Italy - terrorist casualties mount; AMC Concord car ad; Ad for Montreal's Quen Elizabeth Hotel - the two storey hotel; Nice Pentax camera ad; Feature article on filmmaker Harry Rasky; Gilles Villeneuve - The Next Canadian Hero - photo-illustrated article; Lufthansa 737 hijacked to Mogadishu, Somalia - Entebbe-like rescue; The Ulster Peace Movement and Ciaran McKeown; Allan Bakke claims reverse discrimination at the University of California's medical school; Celebrity news about Linda Rondstadt, Billy Martin, Reggie Jackson and Billy Graham; People rush to Northern BC for pipeline and other opportunities; Trevor Pilley of the Bank of British Columbia (B.C.); Dodge Magnum XE colour-photo ad; The new 'Ottawa Today' newspaper; Ad for the Audi 5000; Musician Murray McLauchlan; Allan Fotheringham says Toronto may finally have something going for it!; and more. Average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Wide World Magazine - The Magazine for Everybody, Vol. XLIV - No. 261, January (Jan.) 1920 - Two Balloonatics, Brand, J.B.; Bourne, George;Franck, H.A.; Yerburgh, The Rev. W.H.B.; White, Capt. T.W.; Thomason, Hugh; Pocock, R.; Chinnery, E.W.P.; Mander, Lionel; McMahon, (MeMahon?) T.J.; Et al
17 Brand, J.B.; Bourne, George;Franck, H.A.; Yerburgh, The Rev. W.H.B.; White, Capt. T.W.; Thomason, Hugh; Pocock, R.; Chinnery, E.W.P.; Mander, Lionel; McMahon, (MeMahon?) T.J.; Et al The Wide World Magazine - The Magazine for Everybody, Vol. XLIV - No. 261, January (Jan.) 1920 - Two Balloonatics
London George Newnes, Ltd. 1920 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Robinson, T.H.; Gillett, F.; Horne, A.E.; Cleaver, Ralph; Brightwell, L.R.; Prater, Ernest; Tennant, Dudley; Webb, Arch.; Black, A. & M.; Soper, G.; Coller, Hy. 
Pages 177-272, plus 16 pages of great ads. Features: The Blue Bandits - Part 1 - Elusive thieves operate in the Franco-Italian villages on either side of the frontier in the French department of the Hautes Alpes and the Italian district of Monte Viso; How I Lost My Christmas Dinner - hilarious story of a Christmas spent with the Maori adherents of self-styled "prophet" Rua - article with photos; On Foot Through South America - Part 2 - photo-illustrated account of Harry A. Franck's visit to Quito and his tramp through Ecuador; The Last Voyage of H.M.S. "Drake" - a vivid glimpse of the perils of convoy work and the "price of Admiralty"; ; The Trials of a Naturalist's Wife - Part 1; My Two Years' Captivity Among the Turks - Part 1of Airman Capt. T.W.White's adventures and daring escape; The Moonshiners - what happened when the author stumbled into a camp of Tennessee moonshiners; Photo of thousands of snakes at breeding time in the Klamath Falls, Oregon area; The Wonderland of the Arctic - description of a trip to Danish Greenland, with photos; In Quest of Cannibals - Part 3 - exploration and adventure in unknown New Guinea; Photo of German "Death Clock" constructed primarily of skulls and other bones; Two Balloonatics - an exciting balloon adventure from just before the war (WWI); Treasure Island - great photo-illustrated article about the remote South Pacific island of Nauru; The Mad Millionaire - how vast wealth came unexpectedly to a poor Mexican Indian, and the tragedy that ensued; The Sacred Mountain - photo-illustrated account of a picturesque Tibetan pilgrimage; The Resurrection of "Red" Wilson - an exciting story of the old days in the south-west, when the Apaches were still a terror in the land; Photo of a lakatoi (lakatois) New Guinea boat. Somewhat above-average wear. Unmarked. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue. 
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Apollo - The Magazine of the Arts, January (Jan.) 1980, Vol CXI, No. 215 (New Series: Post-Impressionism at The Royal Academy, Brown, K.R.; Huter, C.; Worsdale, M.; Roscoe, I.; Kessler, M.; Kitson, M.; Et al
18 Brown, K.R.; Huter, C.; Worsdale, M.; Roscoe, I.; Kessler, M.; Kitson, M.; Et al Apollo - The Magazine of the Arts, January (Jan.) 1980, Vol CXI, No. 215 (New Series: Post-Impressionism at The Royal Academy
Great Britain The Financial Times 1980 B000ZPUXFC First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
84 pages. Features: Russo-Byzantine Jewellery in the MOMA; Cristoforo Cortese in the Bodleian Library; An Earlier Project by Bernini for the Campanili of Sain Peters; The Decoration and Furnishing of Kirtlington Park; The Function of Tien; Willumsen and Gauguin in the 1890s; Wyndham Lewis and a Prescient Collector; Old Wine into New Bottles; and more. Unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A sound copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN) Magazine, October 30, 1954 -  Cover Photo of Field Marshal Viscount Montgomery of Alamein at the Salute After Unveiling Alamein Memorial on October 24, Bryant, Arthur.; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril
19 Bryant, Arthur.; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril The Illustrated London News (ILN) Magazine, October 30, 1954 - Cover Photo of Field Marshal Viscount Montgomery of Alamein at the Salute After Unveiling Alamein Memorial on October 24
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd. 1954 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Duvelleroy, J.; Karsh; Captain the Hon. Henry Hugh Clifford, V.C.; Carnon, Roy 
Pages 485-524.. Features: Unveiling the El Alamein Memorial; Nice colour-photo ad inside front cover for Imperial Leather features lady with fan - #3 of a series; Nice one-page ad for RGD radio and television features Lady Isobel Barnett; Full-page Vauxhall ad; Photos of treaties signed in Cairo, Delhi and Paris; Inquiry into the Comet airliner disasters - results of tests at Farnborough; Photos of the Queen in South-West LAncashire; William Willis aboard the "Seven Little Sisteres" raft upon which he drifted across the Pacific; The Emperor of Ethiopia honoured at Oxford; One-page photo portrait of Montgomery of Alamein; Nice two-page cutaway illustration of the H.M.S. Vidal, the Navy's new survey ship and the first to be equipped with a helicopter flight deck; One-page photo of the Library of the New University City of Mexico - entirely covered with pictorial mosaic, plus two additional pages of photos of the University; Scenes of Queen Mother leaving for U.S. and Canada; Colour photos of grim ice-armoured Himalayan peaks; Centerfold colour reproductions of paintings by the Hon. Henry Hugh Clifford, V.C. of The Field of Inkerman, Lord Raglan's room, a truce to bury the dead, after Balaclava, and the attack on the Redan - scenes from the Crimean War against Tsarist Russia; Reproduction of 1890 photo of the surviving members of the Light Brigade; Looking back to the charge of the Light Brigade and other actions of the Crimean War; Photos of the new Sacred Heart Cathedral at Newark, New Jersey; Samples of paintings which cheat the eye; Personalities of the week includeAir Chief-Marshal Sir C. Medhurst, Vladimir Kutz, Nina Otkalenko, and Japanese Prime Minister Shigeru Yoshida; Classy colour-photo ad for United States Lines inside back cover highlights the luxurious amenities; Colour Reed Paper ad on back cover by Roy Carnon features large transformer; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London (ILN) News, January 8, 1955 - Blocking of the Suez Canal, Bryant, Arthur; Burton, Maurice; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril
20 Bryant, Arthur; Burton, Maurice; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril The Illustrated London (ILN) News, January 8, 1955 - Blocking of the Suez Canal
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd. 1955 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Richarson, C.W.E. 
Pages: 37-76. Features: Nice one-page Daimler Regency ad; Cover photo of the 'World Peace' which struck the El Ferdan swing bridge and blocked the Suez Canal; Professor Edgar Douglas Adrian; Mau Mau Terrorism in Kenya - home of Mrs. Anne Carnelley is burned; Fastest Man on Earth - photo of J.P. Stapp being strapped into rocket sled at Alamorgordo; Danish freighter 'Lexa Maersk' burns in Singapore; France approves German rearmament; Photos of 17 personalities of the week include Viscount Hambleden and his fiancee Donna Maria Carmela Attolico de Adelfia, Colonel Jose Antonio Remon of Panama, Roger G. Bannister, Captain Sir Robert Irving, and record glider Philip Wills; Nice one-page photo portrait of Admiral William Morrow Fechteler, U.S.N.; Two pages of interesting photos of life in Baghdad/Iraq; Two-pages of illustrations present the decline and fall of the Battleship - silhouettes of the world's capital ships, which have decreased in numbers and importance ever since the Battle of Jutland in 1916; Christmas Day Crash at Prestwick - wrecked B.O.A.C. Stratocruiser; Demolishing the London Zoo's Monkey Hill; Wonderful centerfold illustration of the view looking north over Central Park in Manhattan from the Observation Tower of the R.C.A. Building; Two pages of photos from Britain's first national Boat Show; Photos of 16 people who received awards, including Sir Arnold Gridley who was created a Baron; Sultan of Zanzibar opens new power station; King Norodom Sihanouk of Cambodia visits King Phumiphol Aduldej of Siam; Two wonderful photos of London bidding a gay welcome to 1955 - scenes at the Chelsea Arts Ball, and in Piccadilly Circus; Photo of mink farm in Cary, Illinois where 50,000 mink are being raised; Photo of large wind generator at St. Albans which may supply up to 100 kW; Article on the Mangrove. Average wear. Unmarked. Short openings along coverfold. A sound vintage copy. 
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