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Good Housekeeping Magazine, January (Jan.) 1953 - Buffet Suppers, Adela Rogers St. Johns; Millie McWhirter; Gladys Schmitt; Richard Sherman; Val Teal; J. Davidson; Ruth Harbert; E. Starr; Toni Falcone; R. Sockman; S. Grafton
1 Adela Rogers St. Johns; Millie McWhirter; Gladys Schmitt; Richard Sherman; Val Teal; J. Davidson; Ruth Harbert; E. Starr; Toni Falcone; R. Sockman; S. Grafton Good Housekeeping Magazine, January (Jan.) 1953 - Buffet Suppers
New York Hearst Magazines, Inc. 1953 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Ross, Alex (cover); John Gannam; Klimley, Stan; Bernard Lamotte; Coby Whitmore; Walter Skor 
192 pages. Features: Jergens ad with photos of Virginia Mayo and Michael O'Shea; Let's Go Dutch; Assignment in Hollywood; Nice color Tide ad; Alcoholism; Bell Telephone ad features photo of Chief Operator Mrs. Esther Davies; Lovely Ivory soap ad includes photo of Anne Viggers; Color ad for Youngstown Kitchens; Color Hunt's Catsup ad; Should all opera be given here in English?; Color Camay ad features Mrs. William Landmark; The Longest Walk in the World - story by Adela R. St. Johns; Wife of the Party; On the Other Side of the Road; Lose Weight on 5 meals per day; The Kent Affair - story by Richard Sherman (part 3 of 4); A Short Story about Princess, by Val Teal; The high cost of being a bridesmaid; Buffet recipes and photos; Sleep disturbances in infancy; Color-photo Duz detergent ad features photos of Mrs. Charles McClelland of Geneva, Alabama, Mrs. Robert F. Young of Fort Worth, Texas, and Phyllis Walker of Charleston, West Virginia; Nice color-photo Prell ad; The beauty clinic; Photo of Mrs. David A. Drexel in Pond's ad; Photo of California's Lieutenant-Governor Goodwin J. Knight presenting blue ribbon award to Mrs. P.J. Hodge of Hemet, California; Lovely color-photo fashion section; Springs Cotton Mills color-photo ad features Miss Vivian Blaine; Photo-illustrated article on girdles and bras; Color Joy dish soap ad on back cover; and much, much more. Average wear. A worthy vintage copy of this charming issue. 
Price: 149.95 USD
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Truckin' Magazine, October 1985, Brooks, Sharon; et al
2 Brooks, Sharon; et al Truckin' Magazine, October 1985
USA McMullen Publishing, Inc. 1985 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
86 pages. Features: Totally Awesome - Bill Crowder's 1953 Ford Panel; Snake Pit Truckin' - at the Indy 500; Fire Fox - Leo Agee's 1974 Chevy Van; After Madness - Hesperia; Wheel You Be Mine - informative article on wheels; John DeVito Jr.'s 1981 Toyota 4X4; Mini-Van ConversionModern LUV - Eric Garcia's 1979 Chevy LUV; No Wind-oh - blasters keep air in, wind out; Suspension R&R - putting a tired truck in line again can make driving a joy again - how-to; World's Greatest Event #1 - Bon Ton Vans of LA bring together mini-truckers and vanners; Max Car Hauler - Bob Lourenco's 1984 Nissan and McMullen Publishing's 1985 GMC 7000; Mint '60 - Robert Hodge's 1960 Chevy; Ridin' on Air - seats by ERA Products. Centerfold loose but present. Unmarked. Average wear. A sound copy. 
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The National Home Monthly Magazine, September (Sept.) 1949 - Women's Penitentiary in Kingston, Ontario, Brown, Joy; Garner, Hugh; Gray, James; Brott, S.; callaghan, Morley; Cross, A.; Milne, A.A.; Castle, E.; Woodward, G.; Et al
3 Brown, Joy; Garner, Hugh; Gray, James; Brott, S.; callaghan, Morley; Cross, A.; Milne, A.A.; Castle, E.; Woodward, G.; Et al The National Home Monthly Magazine, September (Sept.) 1949 - Women's Penitentiary in Kingston, Ontario
Canada The National Home Monthly / Stovel 1949 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Wilson, R. York . (cover); Yarwood, Walter; Winter, Bill; Town, Harold; Hallam, J.; Woods, Rex 
72 pages. Features: Nice ballerina cover art by R. York Wilson; Colour ad for the Parker "51" pen inside front cover; One-page colour recruiting ad for the Canadian Army entitled V.I.P. shows young man in uniform walking on sidewalk; Nice one-page colour ad for the 1949 Monarch car shows a red two-door; Photos of the Sandler's Wells Ballet; One-page colour Waterman's Pen ad presents the Crusader, Stalwart and Dauntless; Excellent photo-illustrated article on the Women's Penitentiary in Kingston; The River (short story); Toronto the Terrible - photo-illustrated article by Hugh Garner; Daniel Boone and his trusty Five-Iron (golf short story); Can Les Lear and the Calgary Stampeders (football club) Make It? - photo-illustrated article; Ram's Way (short story about a cop); Simis - photo-illustrated article on the Service d'Information Montreal Information Service which answers questions about anything (permitted by law) by phone - with photos of Roger Nadeau - a fascinating predecessor to modern-day search engines; One-page Seagram ad features grain threshing scene with horse-drawn wagon; Morley Callaghan explains how to talk to high-brows; Massey-Harris one-page colour ad features tractor in rural European town; Elegant half-page colour-photo ad for Sovereign Potters presents their Montcalm Pattern, Number 718; Nice half-page Canadian Admiral Corp. ad presents their model 5V12 radio-phonograph; Article on Teen-agers in Hollywood includes photos of Elizabeth Taylor, Joan Evans, Terry Moore, Shirley Temple, Barbara Lawrence and Claudia Barrett; Article on the wonderful freedom in Canada, compared to post-war Europe; Uncommon half-page ad for Black Horse Brewery explains why rice is thrown at weddings; Colour one-page Calvert Distillers ad says "The Canadian Family Owes Much to... Ireland"; One-page photo ad for Northern Electric's Gainaday 200 washing machine; Half-page colour-photo ad for Canada Dry; One-page colour-photo Marboleum ad shows nostalgic 1949 kitchen design; One-page colour-photo ad for Singer Sewing Centers; One-page colour-photo ad for Northumbria Sterling Silver cutlery; Back to school fashion photos; Nice half-page colour ad for Aylmer canned peaches; Half-page colour ad for Heinz Vinegars; Article on table manners for children; Half-page colour-photo Baker's Coconut ad; One-page colour-photo ad for Burns Corned Beef Hash, Wieners and Beans, and Chili Con Carne; Recipes for preserves; World Sayings; Colour ad inside back cover for Wabasso Cottons shows lady making bed; Back cover colour ad for O'Keefe's features lovely illustration by Rex Woods of penny bazaar scene with boy buying muffin; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A nice copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
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British Columbia Report - B.C.'s Weekly Newsmagazine, November (Nov.) 17, 1997 - Canada's Courts Invent Charter Rights for Gays But Not Babies, Byfield, Ted; O'Neill, Terry; et al
4 Byfield, Ted; O'Neill, Terry; et al British Columbia Report - B.C.'s Weekly Newsmagazine, November (Nov.) 17, 1997 - Canada's Courts Invent Charter Rights for Gays But Not Babies
Vancouver B.C. Report Magazine Ltd. 1997 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
44 pages. Features: Nice one-page two-colour ad inside front cover for Capernwray Harbour National Headquarters on Thetis Island; Joy MacPhail makes a good minister of disinformation; Gun owners advised to not incriminate themselves; Why do we have no right to life, but a right to sodomy?; Recall campaigns against Helmut Giesbrecht and Paul Ramsey; Yellowknife has become the cocaine hub of the Northwest Territories; Leaky Condos; Ad feature on the Lark Group; Delwin Vriend; William Bennest Fired; Pat Quinn is fired; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated Weekly of India, February 6, 1949, Volume LXX, No. 6 - Manohara Joshi Colour Art Feature, Collett, H.J.; Sivaram, M.; Kelen, StephenThacker, Manu;Hamblett, Charles; Loo, Van; et al
5 Collett, H.J.; Sivaram, M.; Kelen, StephenThacker, Manu;Hamblett, Charles; Loo, Van; et al The Illustrated Weekly of India, February 6, 1949, Volume LXX, No. 6 - Manohara Joshi Colour Art Feature
Bombay The Illustrated Weekly of India 1949 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Joshi, Manohara (Cover); Kulkarni, S.N.; Palmer, F.E. 
72 pages. Features: Cover illustration of "Goa Street Scene" by Manohara Joshi; Full-page ad for Gemini's movie "Chandra Lekha"; Coverage of President Harry Truman's Inauguration; Durban Riots - photos and text; Photos of Pakistani dignitaries involved with Inter-Dominion Rapprochement; Nice two-page article on the Chor Bazar; Saurashtra Assembly Meets - photos; Photos of people in the news, including Sheikh Mohammed Abdullay, Prime Minister of Kashmir; Bathing the Beauty - fiction about a python; Animal Albinos; One-page colour photo of Jaipur Milkmaid with two brass pots of milk on her head and Hawai Mahal in the background; War unlikely in Europe for a decade?; Changing of the Guard in Delhi; Last of the (Moulmein) Moguls - article with photo of 36 of the 47 members of the family of Mirza Tymoor Shay; Shakespeare in Japan; Nice article on artist Manohara Joshi with three of his paintings in colour; Don Show at London's Seymour Hall; Photo of Pushpa Hans in "Apna Desh"; Photos of beautiful beadwork of Saurashtra; Photo of Inter-School Cricket Champions Anjuman-I-Islam High School; Photo of field hockey game involving Eve Edwards, Audrey rodrigues, Louise Lynn and Joy Hibbert; Nice colour back cover ad for Madorina watches. Average wear. Binding intact. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The National Home Monthly Magazine, June 1948 - C.D. Howe / Kinsey Feedback, Cross, Austin; Marsh, John; Pitkin, Walter; Brown, Joy; Stewart, Dr. H.; Callaghan, Morley; Parker, D.; Tatham, Julie; Hearson, H.; Et al
6 Cross, Austin; Marsh, John; Pitkin, Walter; Brown, Joy; Stewart, Dr. H.; Callaghan, Morley; Parker, D.; Tatham, Julie; Hearson, H.; Et al The National Home Monthly Magazine, June 1948 - C.D. Howe / Kinsey Feedback
Canada The National Home Monthly 1948 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Artzybasheff; Singer, Malvin; Jochimsen, Marian; Shortt, T.M.; Pryne, Rolph 
60 pages. Features: Very special colour ad inside front cover for the Parker "51" pen features large handwriting sample of Ernest Hemingway, whose photo appears in upper right corner; Toronto's Roly Curtin operates a dog beauty shop on wheels - photo-illustrated article; Half-page ad for the Canadian Bank of Commerce (CIBC) shows woman with bankbook open; Half-page ad for Canadian General Electric (CGE) portable radios; Hyde Park for Three?; One-page colour ad for Waterman's pens; Nice one-page colour ad for the 1949 Monarch car (green); One-page colour Carling's ad features reproduction of painting "Wood Duck" by T.M. Shortt; C.D. Howe - Big Man in a Hurry! - photo-illustrated article, including photo of Howe with E.P. Taylor and Col. W.C. Woodward after they were torpedoed while aboard the Western Prince; The Wonderful Old Gentleman (short story); Bounce - tips for good health; Celestial Broadcasting Country (short story); One Man's Poison (short story); The Clue of the Broken Rhythm; Classy one-page colour ad for the all-new Mercury car (olive green 4-door); Must There Be a Third World War?; The Royal Conservatory of Music - fourteen photos with supporting text about this music school led by Ettore Mazzoleni - photos include Mr. Mazzoleni, Margaret Butler, Dr. F.J. Horwood, Ruth Ross, Reta Fiddler, Eileen Parsons, Dr. Arnold Walter, Lois Ogilvie, Pat Hart, Dorothy Thornton, Diana Aylwin, Terry Spencer and Shirley Smith; This Month with Morley Callaghan; Odd Ontario ad says "Have you an itchy foot? Then hoof it to Ontario (Canada's vacation province); Lovely one-page colour Oldsmobile ad entitled "A Famous Drive in a Famous Car" shows a pinkish car being driven, beside map of the Niagara Parkway; One-page colour-photo ad for Singer Sewing Centers; Fashion photos of fairy tale frocks for young girls; Colour fashion photo of Habitant print dress; Salad recipes; Colour one-page ad for Frigidaire ranges shows ladies admiring roast in oven; Bridal fashion article with photo; Colour Massey-Harris ad inside back cover shows busy evening shopping street; Colour back cover ad for Community brand cutlery; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
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The National Home Monthly Magazine, March (Mar.) 1949 - 'Seventeen Lotus Blossoms', By Sax Rohmer / Television - The Monster / Louis St. Laurent, Cross, Austin; Roberts, Leslie; Lemelin, Roger; Callaghan, Morley; Hutchison, Bruce; Brown, Joy; Rohmer, Sax; Carroll, Jock; Schisgall, O.; Et al
7 Cross, Austin; Roberts, Leslie; Lemelin, Roger; Callaghan, Morley; Hutchison, Bruce; Brown, Joy; Rohmer, Sax; Carroll, Jock; Schisgall, O.; Et al The National Home Monthly Magazine, March (Mar.) 1949 - 'Seventeen Lotus Blossoms', By Sax Rohmer / Television - The Monster / Louis St. Laurent
Canada The National Home Monthly / Home Publishing 1949 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Wilson, Ron York; Cahen, Oscar; Pryne, Rolfe; Cooper, Mario 
64 pages. Features: Funny cover illustration of ditzy blonde beating table of men at poker; Nice colour GWG (Great Western Garment) ad inside front cover for their Drillers Drill work clothes for men; One-page blue and black recruiting ad for the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF); One-page colour ad for the 1949 'futuramic' Oldsmobile; One-page colour ad for Waterman's pens features the new Crusader Trioset; Are We Governed by Bureaucrats? - an examination of the brain trust alleged to run Canada from the back room; Seventeen Lotus Blossoms - early appearance of this Sax Rohmer story, illustrated by Oscar Cahen; Quebec City - photo-illustrated article; McCarthy's Last Affair - short story involving hockey; Television - The New Monster - 'a cultural bomb is being thrown into Canadian homes', by Morley Callaghan; Eyes in the Dark (short story); Canada's New Statesman - Louis St. Laurent; Champion spark plugs ad features illustration of man pouring sap from maple tree; Handsome colour centerfold Chevrolet ad features a 1949 Fleetline four-door sedan with Fisher Body; A Dime for God - photo-illustrated article about the good works of Frere (Brother) Sauvageau, the Quebec Brother who, by his beggin, has fed, clothed, and educated hundreds of boys, and cured souls by asking them to have faith; "Going Steady" and the Sex Problem; One-page colour-photo ad for Heinz canned soup, spaghetti and baked beans; Colour half-page Canada Dry ad; Canadian General Electric (CGE) ad for their radios, including the Models C122, C751 and C545; Quarter-page ad for the Thistle 'minipak' baby stroller and 'nibs' chariot; Rare one-page two-colour (red and black) Canadian Red Cross ad features illustration of plaintive woman (nurse?) at top; Fashion article on hats includes photos; Nice half-page colour Quick Quaker Oats ad features illustration of young boy dreaming of growing to be a basketball star; Housecleaning Can Be Fun (?); Half-page colour-photo ad for Sovereign Potters features Mornglo ware; Wabasso Cottons ad inside back cover features colour photo of two girls in bonnets feeding ducks; Nice back cover Coke ad features illustration of nervous young man visiting young girl's home; and more. Average wear. Four-inch opening to bottom of coverfold. Address hand-corrected on address label, otherwise unmarked. A nice copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
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Harper's Bazaar (U.K.), August 2013 - Michelle Dockery Cover Photo, Elmhirst, Sophie; Fiennes, William; Picardie, Justine; et al
8 Elmhirst, Sophie; Fiennes, William; Picardie, Justine; et al Harper's Bazaar (U.K.), August 2013 - Michelle Dockery Cover Photo
U.K. Hearst UK 2013 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Slijper, David (Cover) 
182 pages. Stunning colour photography throughout. Features: Portrait of a Lady - Downton's Michelle Dockery; Odes to Joy - H.B.'s favourite designers, photographers, models and authors divulge the small pleasures guaranteed to raise a smile; An inspiring children's storytelling charity headed by the Duchess of Cornwall; The season's most covetable looks; Catwalk Report; Can Botox Make You Happy?; Bold Nail Colour; Hannah Rothschild meets an unusual monarch in Bhutan; Leith Clark on the joys of shopping in Bangkok; The Olivier Awards; and much more. Moderate wear. Clean and unmarked. A sound copy of the beautiful issue. 
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Mrs. - The Last Word... In a Woman's Magazine!, No. 1, Premier Issue - Early American Feminism, Evans, Ida; Brown, Mrs. Heywood; Mills, Ellen; Deitrick, Marian; Harrow, Margo; Strong, L.A.; et al
9 Evans, Ida; Brown, Mrs. Heywood; Mills, Ellen; Deitrick, Marian; Harrow, Margo; Strong, L.A.; et al Mrs. - The Last Word... In a Woman's Magazine!, No. 1, Premier Issue - Early American Feminism
USA Dell Publishing Co. 1938 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall Hanley, F.; Anderson, C.W.; Trafford, Margaret; Mahon; Stiles, Kirk; et al 
A rare example of this apparently short-lived feminist-oriented depression-era publication. 128 pages. 7.8" x 5.5". Contains only one page of advertising, that being a two-color (black and orange) illustrated piece for Tangee cosmetics inside front cover. The eleven articles include: Why Shouldn't Women Run the World?, How to Lose a Man?, and Man's Magazine Man. The nine stories include: Men are the Darnedest, The Child Hater - There's Something Wrong When a Man's Childless, and Telephone Number, in which a housewife's calls to a gentleman are nearly discovered by her husband. Fantastic section of full-page black and white photos of women at work entitled "The Weaker Sex" includes women of Osaka's Toyo Textile factory training with rifles, Mrs. Ruth Yeamans - Idaho's only woman police judge, Welding instructor Mrs. Anne McEnally, Mlle. Nadia Boulanger - first woman Conductor in Royal Philharmonic history, diver Mrs. William Nichols of Philadelphia, Miss Bertha Sherfy - U.S. Treasury Department expert, Acme photographer Joy Lacks (in China with troops), seawoman Anna Tymanina - third officer of Soviet freighter 'Kalinin', and long-distance canoeist Marie Sarkipato. Many one and two-color cartoons. Unmarked. Average wear and soiling. Binding intact. Taped one-inchopening to fore-edge of front cover. Two holes punched by printer near top and bottom of fore-edge, apparently for mounting string carrying strap (not included), per illustration of fancy lady on page one who proudly carries her copy like a purse. A wonderful early American feminist artifact. 
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Maclean's Magazine, 5 November 1966 *Frank Sinatra Cover Photo*, Foster, Pam Hyatt; Locke, Jeannine; Fraser, Blair; Edmonds, Alan; Carr, Emily; Frayne, Trent; Carroll, Joy; Kieran, Sheila H.; Robert, Marika; et al
10 Foster, Pam Hyatt; Locke, Jeannine; Fraser, Blair; Edmonds, Alan; Carr, Emily; Frayne, Trent; Carroll, Joy; Kieran, Sheila H.; Robert, Marika; et al Maclean's Magazine, 5 November 1966 *Frank Sinatra Cover Photo*
Toronto Maclean Hunter 1966 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
68 pages. Features and articles include: How Regina's Courts Favoured Segregation - Ingrid Bintner can't enroll in a local public school because she's a Roman Catholic; How LSD Saved My Marriage, by Pam Hyatt Foster; The Hawks lost, but Rhodesia may yet defeat the Doves - Canada rescued the Commonwealth - but was it worth the trouble?; How Canadian wonder boy, film director Sidney Furie, "tamed" Frank Sinatra; The Private World of Emily Carr; Montreal Canadiens' goalie Gump (Lorne) Worsley - The Has-been who doesn't know enough to stop being better than anybody - with photos; The House that Wouldn't Stop - Joy Carroll on her family home which began as a modest east-end Toronto summer cottage and ended as a 13-room townhouse - with photos; Peggy Ann Walpole of Toronto's 'Street Haven' helps prostitutes, lesbians, and junkies; How to be a girl alone and see the world, by globe-trotter Marika Robert; Absolutely BEAUTIFUL two-page colour photo featuring a red Buick Wildcat Sport Coupe; Gerald Stevens' Canadiana column; Colour Panasonic TV ad - looks very dated!; Colour photo Ford Auto centerfold which includes a white 1967 Mustang 2+2 Fastback; Postscript to Death in the Arctic - L.A. Learmonth replies to Farley Mowat's coverage of the death of Eskimo Soosee in the July 2/1966 issue of Maclean's; Two-page colour photo ad for 1967 Chevrolet featuring the 1967 Impala Sport Coupe; Rabbi Abraham L. Feinberg argues that Johnson's Vietnam war makes civil disobedience an unavoidable duty. Average wear. Address label on front cover. Binding intact. A sound copy. 
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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, November (Nov.) 19, 1960 - We Adoped a Negro / John Fienberg, Gardner, Ray; MAnning, Herbert C.; Croft, Frank; DeWolf, Harry G.; Huycke, Joy; Lolli, Giorgio; Richerl, Mordecai; et al
11 Gardner, Ray; MAnning, Herbert C.; Croft, Frank; DeWolf, Harry G.; Huycke, Joy; Lolli, Giorgio; Richerl, Mordecai; et al Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, November (Nov.) 19, 1960 - We Adoped a Negro / John Fienberg
Montreal Maclean Hunter 1960 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Arbuckle, Franklin (cover art); 
92 pages. Features: Cover illustration of St. George's Island Park dinosaur in Calgary; Colour-photo Caterpillar ad inside front cover shows great scene of neon lights at night in Montreal; Great one-page colour Oldsmobile ad features a Super 88 Holiday Coupe and Deluxe Station Wagon, both red; Fantastic two-page colour-photo ad for Zenith radios, including their new shirtpocket radio (red); Classy one-page colour ad for Black Magic chocolates by Rowntree features scene in Venice; The Invisible Unemployed - an intimate report on the real distress of the unemployment that looks like prosperity - featuring the Vancouver family of John LaFleche, who was laid off from a plywood mill; The Rich are Coming out of Hiding - wealth is being flaunted; It's Telepathy That Brings Lassie Home; HMCS St. Laurent's race to rescue the enemy - it picked up 861 enemy survivors when the Arandora Star was sunk in July 1940 - article with photos; We Adopted a Negro - Hank and Joy Huycke adopt Ricky - photo-illustrated article; Weekend on Baffin Island - Telek is the only luxury resort under the midnight sun - photo-illustrated article; The Fatal Fascination of Car Racing - photo-illustrated article includes photos of the fatal wreck of Ted Pope, and Peter Ryan and Roger Penske winning the Sundown Grand Prix at Harewood Acres, Ontario; John Fienberg is the biggest little man in low-cost housing - photo-illustrated article on the chairman of Consolidated Building Corporation Ltd. of Toronto - fascinating article on how the baby-boom was housed in what is now the GTA; Medical diagnosis links alcohol and sex - a doctor examines increasing female alcohol use and how alcohols sometimes plays a constructive role in relations between the sexes; In Wrestling All the Indians are Chiefs - article by Mordecai Richler with great photo of Killer Kowalski wrestling Edouard Carpentier at the Montreal Forum; One-page colour-photo ad for FTD flowers; Half-page ad for Electrohome portable record players; Interesting one-page colour ad for Northern Electric features the province of Alberta; Colour centrefold Firestone ad features snow and snow tires; RCA Victor colour-photo one-page ad for their stereos features ballerina in forest; Philips Hi-Fi one-page colour-photo ad shows their draughtsman at work; 2/3-page colour ad for Ken-L dog food features bloodhound; 2/3-page colour ad for Puss'n Boots cat food features kitty leaning on can; One-page colour Pontiac ad features white 1961 Parisienne Sport Sedan driving through autumn leaves; Fleetwood TV and Hi-Fi ad; "Abraham Lincoln's" Indian Tombstone at Port Simpson; Back cover colour Coke photo ad features round loaf of bread used to make nice round sandwich; and more. Nibbling to top of spine. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Laugh Riot Magazine, Feb. (February) 1962, Vol. 1, No. 12, Gordon, A.C.; Et al
12 Gordon, A.C.; Et al Laugh Riot Magazine, Feb. (February) 1962, Vol. 1, No. 12
New York Timely Features 1962 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 12mo - over 6" - 7" tall Ward; Ray Helle; Ardee; Hoppes; Dan DeCarlo 
98 pages of titillating cartoons with tempting black and white photos of Jeanne Williams, Florence Sterling, Maria Stinger, Christine Maybach, Lisabeth Nielsen, Lili St. Cyr, Anita Gamble, Betty Page, Joyce Nizarri, Joy Lansing, Monique Van Vooren, Dorothie Blunck, Frances Beck, Roberta Roark, Marion Fuchs, Suzanne Fisher, Betty Blue, Joan Tylor, Dany Saval, Audi Ragona, and Pat Clawson. Unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A sound vintage copy. 7.25" x 5.5". (Sloane page 522) 
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Vogue Magazine (US), August 15, 1971, Gottfried, Martin; Kent, Leticia; Messinessi, Despina
13 Gottfried, Martin; Kent, Leticia; Messinessi, Despina Vogue Magazine (US), August 15, 1971
USA Conde Nast 1971 First Edition Paperback Fair Former Library Copy Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Parkinson, Norman; 
114 pages. Features: Vogue's guidelines to the best new looks for fall - and what to wear with them; Ready-to-wear collections from Paris, London, Italy; How to put shoes, stockings and boots together; Vogue Patterns - black velvet for day; The new Underdressing; Vogue's own Boutique; Guidelines for Hair and Makeup; The Life and Loves of the American Beach Bum - by Patrick Skene Catling, Gardens are a Demanding Joy, by May Sarton, Ways to Save this "Fair and Sweet" land; H.R.H. The Princess Anne; Theatre in Paris 1789; Quilt art at the Whitney Museum; Vital Sex Questions People Don't Ask but Should - an interview with Dr. William H. Masters and Virginia E. Johnson; Baden-Baden - Soaking Therapy in Germany's Elegant Spa; Suffering Summering Houseguests; Vogues Decorating Ideas and Finds; Art Under Glass - Philip Johnson's new Sculpture Gallery; The Seven Most Wanted Shapes in Silver; "Death in Venice" benefit in Los Angeles; and more. Above-average wear. Usual library markings. Clear tape along spine. A worthy reference copy. 
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The Canadian Magazine, March 24, 1973 - The Wives of Team Canada, Grescoe, Paul; Peredo, Sandra; McIver, Jack; Young, Sybil; Grant, Maggie; Edmonds, Alan; Sagi, Douglas
14 Grescoe, Paul; Peredo, Sandra; McIver, Jack; Young, Sybil; Grant, Maggie; Edmonds, Alan; Sagi, Douglas The Canadian Magazine, March 24, 1973 - The Wives of Team Canada
Toronto Southstar 1973 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Halling, Jorgen 
32 pages. Features: Air Canada Across our Native Land - Six new versions of our national anthem by Jo Ouellet, Tam Deachman, Martin Myers, Hart Pomerantz, John Nichol and Maggie Grant; The Life of a Team Canada Hockey Wife - interviews with Marie Mahovlich (wife of Frank), Sandra Clarke (wife of Bobby), Nancy Ratelle (wife of Jean), Jan Ellis (wife of Ron), Ginette Cournoyer (wife of Yvan), Gail White (wife of Bill), Margaret Parise (wife of Jean-Paul), Eleanor Henderson (wife of Paul) and Joy Berenson (wife of Red); Nice full-page colour ad for the Chevrolet Chevelle; Herb Brigham's Brigham Pipes produces about 80% of the smoking pipes made in Canada - article with colour photos; Study in Studes - colour photo fashion pages; Doug Wright's Family; David Andrews Loves Small Witt Streetcars; Ernie Davison's fictional Death Ray; Nice colour photo ad for the Volkswagen Campmobile inside back cover; and more. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, February (Feb.) 1939 - Neville Chamberlain, "World Champion of Peace" / "Arctic Madness" on Baffin Island, Healy, W.; Stewart, Dr. H.; Farley, E.; Hartman, W.; Greenwood, W.; Ashton, H.; Christie, Agatha; Pole, M.; Godsell, P.; Et al
15 Healy, W.; Stewart, Dr. H.; Farley, E.; Hartman, W.; Greenwood, W.; Ashton, H.; Christie, Agatha; Pole, M.; Godsell, P.; Et al National Home Monthly Magazine, February (Feb.) 1939 - Neville Chamberlain, "World Champion of Peace" / "Arctic Madness" on Baffin Island
Winnipeg Stovel / National Home Monthly 1939 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Smith, Hal (cover); Garland, C. George; Holmgren, John; Smith, Ralph C.; Goodwin, G.G.; Clymer, John F. 
64 pages. Features: Nice ad for the 1939 Oldsmobile Six inside front cover; News digest includes topics such as "Appeasement and its difficulties", "Why British Opinion in Changing", "Germany's Colonial Ambitions", "The Statecraft of Equivalents", and "Italy's Clash with France"; Met Life one-page photo ad entitled "A Day in the Life of (sales agent) Donald Martin"; Neville Chamberlain, World Champion of Peace - nicely photo-illustrated article (little did he know how wrong he would soon be proven to be); Reckless Lady (short story); With Fire (short story); What the Eye Doesn't See (short story); Arctic Madness - photo-illustrated article tells the Baffin Island tale of the death of a white fur trader - with photos of RCMP Staff Sergeant A.H. Joy, Loodloo, Innoyah, Petoot, Ahteetah, Nookudlah and Ooroorengnak; Babiche Walking - wonderful article on snowshoeing (snow-shoeing); The Garden Next Door (short story); The Mysterious Affair at Styles (part 4 of 5 of this Agatha Christie story); One-page Colgate ad features illustrations of the Dionne Quints; Vintage two-page Magic Baking Powder ad features the New York World's Fair; Kellogg's All-Bran ad features Mutt and Jeff comic; Movie news with photos of Virginia Bruce and Florence George; Photo of Miss Brenda Fraser in Woodbery soap ad; Scott's Emulsion ad features Uncle Dan comic; Fashion illustrations; Half-page Italy tourism ad, sponsored by Italian Line, Limited; Pond's cold cream ad features photo of Marjorie Fairchild; Are You a Man's Girl? - with helpful scorecard(!); It Isn't What You Say - advice for speaking better; Sport Suppers - recipes; Half-page colour ad for Canadian fish; Curve Control - corsets, foundation garments and the female shape; Photos of Barbara Stanwyck in Lux soap ad; Small St. Petersburg (Florida) photo-ad says '12,000 Canadians" choose it; World Quotes; Back cover colour Coke ad shows bottle beside open book and reading glasses, with inset illustration of vintage six-pack case; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, December (Dec.) 1939 - Courts of the Malayan Sultans, Healy, W.J.; Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Nebel, Frederick; Smith, R.R.; Barnard, M.; Rawlings, M.; Alford, C.; Wray, D.; Bell, L.; Brown, J.; Stanton, J.; Bayne, E.
16 Healy, W.J.; Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Nebel, Frederick; Smith, R.R.; Barnard, M.; Rawlings, M.; Alford, C.; Wray, D.; Bell, L.; Brown, J.; Stanton, J.; Bayne, E. National Home Monthly Magazine, December (Dec.) 1939 - Courts of the Malayan Sultans
Winnipeg Stovel / National Home Monthly 1939 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Cucchi, Anthony (cover); Holmgren, John; Garland, C. George; Smith, Ralph C.; Clymer, John F.; Lowthian, Louis R.; Diamond, Samuel 
56 pages. Features: Cover illustration of horses pulling sleigh to Christmas church service; Midnight Sailing (part 1); Blood Out of a Stone (short story); Gorgeous Courts of the Malayan Sultans - wonderful photo-illustrated article on royal romance in the middle east where nine moslem rulers stand on guard for their King and Emperor George VI; Joy of Man's Desiring (short story); In the Beginning (Christmas tale); The Yearling (part 3); Smart Fighters (Boxers) - Old Tom Sharkey; Personal finance article; Movie news and photos; Photo of Miss Carlotta Lagorio in Woodbury soap ad; Fashion illustrations; Never Late on a Date (short story); Article on Christmas Parties for Kids; Quotes of the World; Nice colour subscription ad for this magazine inside back cover; Vintage colour-photo Canadian apple ad on back cover; and more. Unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A sound copy of this great vintage issue. 
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Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, December 1927 -  William Allen White in His Garden - Article with Photos, King, E.K.; Smith, Mrs. L.W.; Hawkins, J. Harold; Kirkland, Ira E.; Gottschall, Roy; et al
17 King, E.K.; Smith, Mrs. L.W.; Hawkins, J. Harold; Kirkland, Ira E.; Gottschall, Roy; et al Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, December 1927 - William Allen White in His Garden - Article with Photos
USA Meredith 1927 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Treidler, Adolph (cover) 
66 pages. Features: Nice color Stark Bros. ad inside front cover features their red radiance rose; Planting for Christmas joy; Transplanting a house and building a garden; Houses must have good walls; William Allen White in his garden; Delphinium goes to college; Those friendly winter birds; How to achieve homelikeness - tables, lamps desk and Davenport are as necessary as the chairs; Beauty in vegetable gardens; Radio has come a long way - technical jargon no longer one of the essentials; A home speeks good English; Planting a Perennial Picture; Some tales about trees; The Art of Book Giving - an original 'Alice in Wonderland' with original pictures; General Electric one-page ad shows woman hand-wringing clothes; Toys that teach; One-page two-color ad for laundry-washed clothes; Christmas cakes from abroad; Try a Christmas picnic; Nice one-page ad for Hoosier kitchen working centers; For better housekeeping; Recipes; Vintage 2/3-page ad for True Temper sidewalk cleaners; Lawn hints from golf greens; Nice Maytag Christmas-themed ad for their aluminum washer; Christmas song at the door -an old holiday custom; 2/3-page Grebe Radio ad; 2/3-page Everett piano ad; Better bungalows for birds; 2/3-page Stanley Tools ad shows set No. 904 which consists of 12 tools and oak cabinet; Nice 2/3-page ad for the Whizzard Sled made by the Pollack Roller Runner Sled Co., Inc.; Make your Merry Christmas cards; Among Ourselves - readers' letters and ideas; Two Graceful Iron Standards - bird cage support and aquarium base; Great color ad for McKinney forged iron hardware inside back cover; Nice art deco color ad for Rogers brushing lacquer on back cover. Average wear and soiling. Page 39 loose but present. A sound vintage copy. 
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Canadian Golden West Magazine, Volume XIII No. 2 (Circa 1979), Kogawa, Joy; Gratz, Humphrey; Storch, Rita; Kwasny, Barbara; Fromhold, J.; Nowlin, C. Lloyd; Ferguson, W.P.
18 Kogawa, Joy; Gratz, Humphrey; Storch, Rita; Kwasny, Barbara; Fromhold, J.; Nowlin, C. Lloyd; Ferguson, W.P. Canadian Golden West Magazine, Volume XIII No. 2 (Circa 1979)
Calgary, AB, Canada Golden West 1979 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Williams, Jon (cover); 
44 pages. Contents: Coaldale - Gem of the West - A Community Profile; Custer's Last Soldier - John McAlpine's memories of the famous battle; Sculptor Harry O'Hanlon; Portrait Artist Jon Williams; Traces of ancient Indian housebuilders found on the banks of the Bow; The ways of the great Grizzly; Johnny Bearspaw - a personal remembrance; The First Flight to Peace River and Beyond. Circa 1979. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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19 Krantz, H.N. True Frontier - Factual Stories of the Old West - September 1970
Valley Stream, NY Major Magazines, Inc. 1970 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
66 pages. Features: Lure of the Glittering Phantom; You Can Find Lost Treasure; Lost Arizona Mines; Outlaw Loot in Iron Boxes; Lola Mentez - The Spider Lady; The Sword and the Pen; The Love that Killed; Lord Ogilvie - Imperious Maverick; Pontiac - Great Leader of the Ottawas; Kickapoo Joy Juice; Frontier Bookstore. 
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This Week Magazine, August 2, 1964 - Insert to the Boston Sunday Herald: Hope Diamond Cover Photo, MacDonald, John D.; Freeman, Don; Rice, Charlie; Paddleford, Clementine; Beuker, Mrs.W.E.; Robbins, Charles;
20 MacDonald, John D.; Freeman, Don; Rice, Charlie; Paddleford, Clementine; Beuker, Mrs.W.E.; Robbins, Charles; This Week Magazine, August 2, 1964 - Insert to the Boston Sunday Herald: Hope Diamond Cover Photo
USA United Newspapers Magazine Corporation / The Boston Herald 1964 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Briggs, Auston; Syverson; Rose, Ben 
16 pages. Features: Quote about joy in life (with photo) by Charlie Chaplin; The White Lie (fiction); Dandelion - a read-aloud story; Dorothy Doll's Law - she is Head Wardrobe Mistress of the "Folies Bergere"; To See a Summer Morning (fiction); Cool Tomato Recipes; Letter from Housewife Mrs. W.E. Bueker about how railway automation has affected her husband's career, and the lives of many other families, for the worse; Should the First Lady, Lady Bird Johnson, Wear the Hope Diamond?.. Color ad for Cut-Rite plastic bags; Average wear. Unmarked. Coupon removed from Royal Pudding ad on page 9 and Good Seasons Gravy ad on page 11, otherwise a sound vintage copy. 
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