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The New York Times Magazine, August (Aug.) 30, 1964 -  Long Island is Becoming Long City, Baldwin, Hanson W.; Lipset, Seymour Martin; Smith, Hedrick; Crankshaw, Edward; McCarthy, Joe; Payne, Robert; Benjamin, Philip
1 Baldwin, Hanson W.; Lipset, Seymour Martin; Smith, Hedrick; Crankshaw, Edward; McCarthy, Joe; Payne, Robert; Benjamin, Philip The New York Times Magazine, August (Aug.) 30, 1964 - Long Island is Becoming Long City
New York The New York Times 1964 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Tames, George; Einsel, Walter; Bonney, Therese; Cushing, Charles Phelps; Aller, Bill; Pascal, David; Deschamps, R.; Flora, James; Rose, Carl 
76 pages. Features: 25 Years Ago - Hitler Strikes and WWII begins - article with photos; A Private Opinion on the Polls; How the President Keeps Informed - the LBJ way; Strange alliance between East and West as Cold War continues; Long Island is becoming Long City; What's In a Flag? - Everything; Early Camera-maker Louis Jacques Mande Daguerre - photo-illustrated brief article; Yoga is the fashionable way to keep in shape; Airy Manhattan apartment of Aivi Gallen-Kallela and David Kenneth Specter; That First Day of School; Broxodent automatic toothbrush ad; Beautiful color-photo fashion ads; and more. Average wear. Faint library stamp on front cover. A sound vintage copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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The New York Times Magazine, August 28, 1960, Berkner, L.V.; Streit, Peggy and Pierre; Samuelson, Paul A.; Furlong, William Barry; Hyman, Sidney; Canaday, John; Welles, Benjamin; Barrett, George
2 Berkner, L.V.; Streit, Peggy and Pierre; Samuelson, Paul A.; Furlong, William Barry; Hyman, Sidney; Canaday, John; Welles, Benjamin; Barrett, George The New York Times Magazine, August 28, 1960
New York The New York Times Company 1960 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
80 pages. Features: Are Space Probes Worth It? - L.V. Berkner argues yes; Drama of the Secretary-General of the U.N. (Dag Hammarskjold) in photos; No, it is Not Money Down the Drain - foreign aid is doing some good - two Asian students speak; It's Now Forty Pay-Later Billions - article about American consumer debt; Venus Wasn't a Shot-Putter - article on athletic women and their attractiveness to men; 'My Friends' (You Assorted Nitwits) - humorous dissection of election speeches; Of the 'Peaceable Kingdom' - Edward Hicks was America's greatest primitive painter; Francisco Franco Ponders - What Kind of King will succeed him? - Don Juan or Juan Carlos; The Rolls-Royce Keeps Rolling Along - a look at the luxury auto brand; Magnificent color-photo centerfold ad for Rheingold lager beer features the candidates for Miss Rheingold '61 riding in a white Lincoln Continental convertible - Liz Gardner, Barbara Weingarth, Annette Cash, Peggy Jacobsen, Linday Bromley and Janet Mick; Nice color-photo ad for Dr. Posner scientific shoes; Article on Ocean Grove, NJ; How Black is the White Lie?; Interior design photos of built-ins - beds, closets, chests, etc.; Vintage ad for Puritron air cleaners; Numerous gorgeous color-photo fashion ads. Average wear. Unmarked. Moderate chipping and yellowing at periphery. A sound copy. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, May 1939 - Mexico / Thomas Cook, Healy, W.; Stewart, H.; Roberts, T.G.; Oppenheim, E.P.; White, N.G.; Diver, M.; Valensi, M.; Wray, D.; Thornhill, M.; Brown, J.; Bayne, E.; Catto, R.W.
3 Healy, W.; Stewart, H.; Roberts, T.G.; Oppenheim, E.P.; White, N.G.; Diver, M.; Valensi, M.; Wray, D.; Thornhill, M.; Brown, J.; Bayne, E.; Catto, R.W. National Home Monthly Magazine, May 1939 - Mexico / Thomas Cook
Winnipeg Stovel / National Home Monthly 1939 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Halvern, Corinne (cover); Smith, Ralph C.; Maltman, W.; Burke, May C.; Garland, C. George; Clymer, John F. 
72 pages. Features: Nice cover illustration of lady in purple top feeding pigeons; Frigidaire fridge one-page ad; Colour-photo one-page ad for Singer sewing machines shows lady re-upholstering her chair; News digest includes these topics - The Coming Rowell Report, Democracy on Challenge, The Memories of 1867, United States Congress Keeps 150th Birthday, The Roosevelt Moral, Twenty Years of Fascism; Fisher Body one-page ad with elegant photo of member of the Class of '39; The Marvels of Mexico's Treasure House - interesting photo-illustrated article on Diomed Wray's visit to the land south of the Rio Grande; There's Lots of Time (short story); Bad Luck on the Baron (short story); As the Sun Dial Says (short story); Thomas Cook, Founder of the world-famous travel agency - nice photo-illustrated article; Not in Our Stars (short story); Perfect Service (short story); For Offshore Sailors Only - nautical article with photo of "The Wasp" (88' cabin cruiser), sea-fleas, and Georgian Bay sailboats; Nice two-page 1939 Chevrolet ad features black four-door; Palmolive ad features photo of Phyllis Carter of 2159 Tupper Street, Montreal; Half-page Canadian Pacific features their Jasper and Alaska destinations; Movie news and photos; Lux ad features photos of Claudette Colbert and Andrea Leeds; Miss Peggy Hunter of Toronto is featured in a Woodbury soap ad; Fashion illustrations; Kellogg's All-Bran ad features Alphonse and Gaston comic; Canadian National half-page photo ad features their Jasper destination; Willys Overland ad features photo of Canadian aviatrix Mary Spearing; Are You House Dreaming? - considerations for a new home; Crane kitchen fixtures half-page ad features great colour photo of 1930s kitchen; Pond's ad features The Lady Alexandra Haig, The Lady Grenfell and Lady Morris; Beauty article; Cooking article with recipes; New York World's Fair (brief article); World Quotes; and more. Somewhat above-average external wear. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Salute Magazine, December (Dec..) 1947, Vol. 2, No. 12 -  Prejudice Was the Toughest Fight for Champion Boxer Joe Louis, Louis, Joe; Manookian, S.; Henderson, B.; Hutton, B.; Dugan, J.; Neuberger, R.; Marshall, R.; Patricoff, M.; Keeley, J.; Orr, J.; Falconer, B.; Byrne, H.; Et al
4 Louis, Joe; Manookian, S.; Henderson, B.; Hutton, B.; Dugan, J.; Neuberger, R.; Marshall, R.; Patricoff, M.; Keeley, J.; Orr, J.; Falconer, B.; Byrne, H.; Et al Salute Magazine, December (Dec..) 1947, Vol. 2, No. 12 - Prejudice Was the Toughest Fight for Champion Boxer Joe Louis
New York Vet Publishers, Inc. 1947 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Herman, Vic; Gordon, Ramon; Hill, J.; Davis, J.H.; Flannery, Tom 
50 pages. Great cover photo of Dusty Anderson; Features: My Toughest Fight - Boxer Joe Louis tells what it means to have a black skin and be champion of the world - major article with many great photos; No Wonder They Dropped Dead - modern marksmen say the old bad men of the saloon wars could only hit opponents at point-blank range; He Keeps Broadway On Its Feet - Dr. Horace Worrell takes care of the feet of dancers; We Almost Lost the Air War - photo-illustrated revelations of the handicaps our airmen had to overcome to make daylight bombing a success; New Yorkers are Nuts; Insurgent Senator - Republican Wayne Morse confounds his Oregon constituents by voting like a New Deal Democrat; How to Live with a Pregnant Woman; Colorado's "Atom-Proof" Canyon - great photo-illustrated article on Dr. M. Doreal and the Brotherhood of the White Temple, 35 miles southwest of Denver; If You Have To Get a Job - tips to help you get a job; Basketball's Babe Ruth - Super photo-illustrated article on Joe Fulks of Philadelphia; The Readjustment of Winnie - Vic Herman's cartoon cutie is now a civilian; Gertie (Gertrude Niesen) - Broadway's most fascinating fixture; London's Crime Wave - Eugene Messina is finally caught/London Police still refuse to carry gund; Sightless Swordsmen - photo-illustrated article on blind fencers; There's No Business Like Band Business - to become a singer with a name band you need a voice and a low-cut evening gown; Mr. Lewis' Miners; Movie of the Month - "Green Dolphin Street"; The Great Gibberisher - Tobacco Auctioneer Edgar A. Boone of Lexington, Kentucky; Frauleins as Cops - Germany trains female law-enforcement corps; Meet the Winner of Salute's Beauty Contest - 19-year-old Pat Geraghty of Houston, Texas; Coal miner cartoons by Tom Flannery; Speaking of Parties - photos from events organized by Atwater Kent and Earl Carroll; Gorgeous photo of Margaret Stohn, with zanies Vic Herman and Leisentritt in background; Handsome color back cover ad for Hammonton Park men's clothing; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Light age-toning to contents. A nice vintage copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, February 19, 1961 - Cover Photo of JFK on Whitehouse Phone, Morris, Richard B.; Ullmann, Bernard; Mosely, Philip E.; Lewis, Anthony; Brower, Brock; Raymond Jack; Morris, James; Berger, Josef; Peterson, Patricia; Barclay, Dorothy; Claiborne, Craig;
5 Morris, Richard B.; Ullmann, Bernard; Mosely, Philip E.; Lewis, Anthony; Brower, Brock; Raymond Jack; Morris, James; Berger, Josef; Peterson, Patricia; Barclay, Dorothy; Claiborne, Craig; The New York Times Magazine, February 19, 1961 - Cover Photo of JFK on Whitehouse Phone
New York The New York Times Company 1961 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Faurer, Louis: Hirsch, David 
92 pages. Features: Several gorgeous full-page color-photo fashion ads in this issue, our favorite being the Fuller Fabrics ad which features six gorgeous models wearing pale green Sue Brett fashions; Seven Who Set Our Destiny - new research brings new information to light about America's founding fathers; A Day with John F. Kennedy (JFK) - twenty-one great date-stamped photos with captions; China's Grim Winter - photos and article about how a catastrophic crop year has brought the most widespread hardship since the Communist takeover in 1949 - a European reporter's impressions of everyday life in China; How the Kremlin Keeps Ivan in Line - a report on propaganda in Russia - its means, themes and effectiveness; On the Trail of the Fierce Gerrymander - rural legislators fight to maintain their power; Why "Thinking Machines" Cannot Think; Full-page photo ad for Mitch Miller records; Vice-Admiral William Francis Raborn Jr. - The Man in Charge of the Polaris Missile; Troupes perform for free in and around New York schools to foster interest in the living arts - many photos; King Saud - Master of the Rich Desert - article and photo of the ruler of an oil-fed kingdom hwo has reaffirmed his Arabian absolutism; The Lost Art of Handwriting; Fortrel color centerfold adl; Fashion photos of 3- and 4-piece convertible suits for women; Nice one-page color-photo ad for Italian Line; Custard recipes; Photos of car racing on Naomi Lake in the Poconos; Photos and floorplan of a fashionable beach house; Color-photo one-page ad for Jamaica tourism features Arthur Godfrey on beach with children; Photos of construction of the Aswan dam project. Average wear. Unmarked. Paper generally yellowed and tender at periphery. A sound copy. 
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Aviation Canada - September 1991: B.C. Floatplane Feature, Multiple Contributors
6 Multiple Contributors Aviation Canada - September 1991: B.C. Floatplane Feature
Canada Aviation Canada 1991 First Edition Paperback Fine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
28 pages. Features: Staying Afloat - The B.C. Coast has been floatplane country for 80 years and business keeps getting more brisk; The Cockpit Resource Management Course; Oshkosh '91. Quality copy. 
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Ladies' Home Journal:  November 1938, Multiple Contributors
7 Multiple Contributors Ladies' Home Journal: November 1938
Philadelphia, PA USA The Curtis Publishing Company 1938 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
118 pages. Special Features: What the World Needs Most; Chicago Keeps Babies Alive; What do the Women of America Think About the Double Standard; Mr. & Mrs. Henry Luce (Fortune, Life); Candy for Children; and Get It While Its Hot. Many articles on domesticity, fashion, decorating, food and homemaking, short stories and poetry. Full page colour vintage print advertising including Ivory Soap and Niblets Corn. Half page black/white ad with Irene Dunn promoting Lux Toilet Soap. Half page black/white Mutt & Jeff by Bud Fisher Cartoon Kellogg's All Bran Ad. Average wear. Few small openings front cover fore-edge. Back hinge starting. Small mailing label top right corner. A sound copy. 
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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, December 1, 1928 *A.J. Casson Cover Art*, Multiple Contributors
8 Multiple Contributors Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, December 1, 1928 *A.J. Casson Cover Art*
Toronto The Maclean Publishing Company 1928 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Casson, A.J. (Cover Art) 
92 pages. Lovely A.J. Casson painting of a bustling winter street on front cover Features: Great vintage photo ad for the New International "Special Delivery" Truck; Cream of Wheat ad claims it keeps pupils more alert; When Men Kill for Whisky - Millionaire Carling Breweries Executive Sam Low of Walkerville, Ontario was kidnapped by Gangsters for a $35k ransom - great photo-illustrated article about rum-running between Windsor, Ontario and Detroit; Brummagen Love, by Thelma Rudge; What I Learned from Europe, by Ontario Premier G. Howard Ferguson; Ottawa-Vancouver in 32 Hours - The Stirring Story of Canada's First Transcontinental Air Mail Flight - with photos; The Mystery of Number Nine, by Leslie McFarlane - Part 1; Louis Letourneau, Leo Dandurand and Joe Cattarinich - a colorful description of the adventures and achievements of The Three Musketeers of Modern Sport; Canada's Pictorial War Records - Adequate Housing Required, by W.W. Murray; Lights in the Windows, by Lillian Beynon Thomas; Full-colour colour reproduction of painting "Canada's Answer" by Norman Wilkinson, R.I.; The Work Cure - Vetcraft has brought health, happiness and economic being to hundreds of veterans; By Especial Corespondent, by Geoffrey Hewelcke; The Devil Guards His Own, by Victor Lauriston; Amazing photo of Malahat Drive on Vancouver Island - not much more than a couple of ruts through the forest; Nice ad for the De Soto Six, by Chrysler; "New York Now Huge Negro City - Black Invasion of Harlem"; Art Deco-style ad for the New Frigidaire refrigerator; Science Teaching Weather Control - Man has made enormous progress in combat with nature; Fantastic colour full-page ad for Packard cars; Great colour full-page ad for Wahl-Eversharp Pens, Pencils, Desk Sets; Wonderful full-page ad for Erector Set toys; Color ad for Chipso Laundry Soap; *Magnificent* Colour Centerfold ad for Parker Duofold Pens, Pencils and Duettes; Great full-page colour ad for Westclox Clocks; Ad for Mueller Faucets of Sarnia, Ontario; "Let the Laundry Do It" - a two-colour ad encouraging readers to let laundries clean their clothes; Nice Hupmobile Ad for their Century Six and Eight; Colour photo ad for Kodak cameras; Lovely colour full-page ad for Moirs Chocolates; Article about collector Walter McRaye; Buses Hurt British Railways - with photo of their first auto Pullman which allows passengers to sleep on the bus; The Road to Perth - short history article by Donald McNicol; Ad for the T-N Toilet which promises to 'banish embarrassment' because it is quiet; Colour ad for Swift's Premium Hams and Bacon; Two-Colour full-page Christmas-themed ad for Eveready flashlights and batteries; Home-Made Christmas Gifts; Short write-up and photo of Elizabeth Styring Nutt; Rug Magic, by Mary Agnes Pease; Stewart Warner radio ad; Business Article - "Adventuring in Speculation is Highly Specialized Business"; Colour ad fo Sun-Maid Puffed seeded Muscat Raisins inside back cover. Average wear to textblock. Crossword completed on page 83 otherwise unmarked. Chips and openings along cover fold. Covers loose as one but present. Back cover in rough shape. Particularly wonderful content to go with the excellent front cover artwork. 
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Maclean's Magazine, April 15, 1950 - Busiest Woman in the World, Multiple Contributors
9 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, April 15, 1950 - Busiest Woman in the World
Canada Maclean-Hunter 1950 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Woods, Rex (cover art) 
72 pages. Features: Why We Are Loosing the Cold War - what does it profit America to have the world's biggest bomb if it has forgotten the ideals that made it great?; The Busiest Woman in the World - Kate Aitken keeps 21 secretaries punch drunk with 260,000 letters a year, she makes 600 broadcasts to 5 million listeners, takes tea with the Queen - but she can't knit - article by Gordon Sinclair with photos; Rendezvous in Riga - Part One of the tale of how Bill Cosgrove got his wife Anna from behind the Iron Curtain; The Mighty Saskatchewan River; Maverick Member from Fernie, B.C. - Tom Uphill has parlayed political pranks into a record eight-session term at Victoria; I Tried Suicide; Eggs Are What You Make Them - a fun article by Robert Elliott; The Girl in Stateroom 9 - story by Allan R. Bosworth - illustrated by Jack Bush; Pogo's Pal Kelly - Walt Kelly's swampland satire is the hottest newcomer in the comic strip parade; Tinned Meat and Old Masters - After being swept from Europe by the Nazis Fred Mendel brought jobs and glamour to a startled Saskatoon - article with photos; Exercise is the Bunk - Relax!; Dow Brewery ad honours bus driver Russell Millen of Huntingdon, Quebec who evacuated his school bus before it was struck by a train; Nice colour Chevrolet ad; Little Lulu featured in Kleenex ad; Nice Coke ad on back cover features Coke machine with caption "Host of the Highways". Average wear. Unmarked. Center page loose but present, otherwise a sound copy. 
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Maclean's Magazine, August 27, 1960 *HOW I CAPTURED QUEBEC'S RED HOOD GANG*, Multiple Contributors
10 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, August 27, 1960 *HOW I CAPTURED QUEBEC'S RED HOOD GANG*
Canada Maclean's Magazine 1961 First American Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: Article - is JFK our best hedge against depression?; The Life of Alexander Graham Bell - part I - "I Came to Canada to Die" - great photos; How I captured the Red Hood Gang - Det. Insp. Joseph Bedard as told to Ken Johnstone; The Harsh wonderland that was St. Lawrence Main, by Mordecai Richler; Canadian football beats the American Game; John Vickers - what makes a Tenor boom; A doctor's case for state medicine - Harry Paikin, M.D.; Holiday weekend in Paris; The Prudhommes' drive-in daydream - Prudhomme's Garden Centre Motor Hotel; Let's bring back child labour - Eileen Morris; The battle in Britain to ban the bomb; Holiday weekend in Paris; A Canadian nurse's jungle vigil with leprosy - Helen Mackenzie in Portuguese Guinea. Nice colour Black Label beer inside front cover. Average wear. Unmarked. Please note: the top quarer of page 5 has been clipped ane removed - apparently this was an ad form - contents unaffected. Cartoon clipped from page 40 - text unaffected. Small ad clipped from page 42 - text unaffected. Large clipping from page 44 seems to have removed a small part of the A.G. Bell article. Nice colour Molson Canadian ad on page 45. Great colour Coke ad on back cover shows man being sprayed in the head by a garden hose. Lower half of page 49 is clipped and not included - this has removed part of the football article and part of the Prudhomme article. Average wear. 
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Maclean's Magazine, December 1, 1944, Multiple Contributors
11 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, December 1, 1944
Toronto Maclean Hunter 1944 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Winter, W.A. 
Features: Cover art by W.A. Winter shows boy taking skates from his violin case to play pond hockey; Nice colour Wabasso Cottons ad inside front cover; Combat aircraft ad by the British Aircraft Industry; Germany Will Try This Trick Again - "Germany's 1918 famine was a myth created to fool the Allies, and the Nazis will try the same tactics this time" - Lord Vansittart; I was Afraid of My Husband, by Another Airman's Wife; Costume for Victory, by Norman Matson; Steam Bath, by Gordon Sinclair - steam baths are booming because they are the poor man's club - an island of naked democracy; This is Our Army, by L.S.B. Shapiro - Canada's fighting men have been magnificent and deserve upstanding policies to back them up; Design for a Future, by H. Napier Moore on postwar planning in B.C. and Alberta; Jones of Jugoslavia, by William D. Bayes - The Amazing Story of Major William Jones, the Canadian with the glass eye who became a leader of Jugoslavia's partisan geurillas; Beverley Baxter on the Rebirth of Britain; Washington Memo by Ernest K. Lindley; Search for Peter, by Anita Rowe Block; Search for Peter, by Anita Row Block; Stuart Sinclair Garson - Manitoba's first Premier who is not a farmer - photo and article; Flight to China - a vivid closeup of the men and machines - and the route - which constitutes "the world's toughest lifeline", by George H. Johnston - photos and article; Attractive colour poster-style full-page ad by the Canadian Women's Army Corps with a Christmas theme; Richard "Dick" Edward Beatie is featured in an ad for Anaconda Copper & Brass; Full-page black and white V.D. ad sponsored by the Canadian Department of National Health and Welfare; Nice colour ad for Jordan Grape Juice inside back cover; Colour ad for Community Silverplate on back cover features returning military man with caption 'Back Home for Keeps". Address label on front cover. Openings at each end of cover fold. Average wear. A sound copy. 
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Maclean's Magazine, June 4, 1960 *PETER C. NEWMAN LOOKS TOWARD ONTARIO IN THE 1960s*, Multiple Contributors
12 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, June 4, 1960 *PETER C. NEWMAN LOOKS TOWARD ONTARIO IN THE 1960s*
Canada Maclean's Magazine 1961 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: The 20 men who really run Canada, by Peter C. Newman; Ontario in the 1960s - a major article in which Peter C. Newman forecasts the progress of Ontario for next decade; Gentle Julie and her hard-bitten Romeo (Julie Harris and Bruno Gerussi at Stratford); The wonderful things we built in our basements; The trouble with middle-aged men - they're pasing through a change-of-life similar to menopause in women; The Olympic's most dangerous game - the 3-day equestrian competition; The mystery of the Merrifield - part 2 of 3; For the sake of argument - what Jews can teach us about divorce; Beverley Baxter's London Letter - her modest reappraisal of South Africa's whites. Why Winnipeg's little theatre keeps getting bigger; The lucky town with the rich uncle - Lord Beaverbrook's gifts to Fredericton. Front cover illustration of the Great Whale River airstrip on Hudson Bay. Great colour ad for a 1960 Chevrolet Kingswood Station Wagon. Colour Cinci Lager beer ad inside back cover. Colour Coke ad on back cover shows Great Dane in car with lady. Average wear. Unmarked. One-inch tear to fore-edge of front cover. Chip from bottom edge of back cover. A sound copy. 
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Maclean's Magazine, September 6, 1982 - The New Medicine's Grave Risks, Multiple Contributors
13 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, September 6, 1982 - The New Medicine's Grave Risks
Toronto Maclean Hunter 1982 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Turkish Military attache murdered in Ottawa by Armenians - Atilla Altikat; Harnessing the mighty Slave River; Takla Lake, B.C. shooting; Days of danger at Friendship Pass - China and Vietnam; Lebanon - moving into a a perilous vacuum; The Nugan Hand scandal; Soviet Union losing the long battle for bread; Looking into Amway's empire; The bull markets march on; Olympian Calgary task for David Leighton; Ricky Henderson keeps stealing bases; Cover Story - the new medicine's grave risks - PET machine, colour-enhanced X-ray, etc.; Learning the joys of the Logo language; Sackloth adversity - Winnipeg nuns go door-to-door for money; Zoot Capri; Canadian War Museum commemorates Dieppe tragedy; Entertainment reviews. Moderate wear. A sound copy. 
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14 Multiple Contributors Na Okida O Hawaii - Hawaii Orchid Journal Volume IV, Number 1 March 1975
Hawaii Hawaii Orchid Journal 1975 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
28 pages. Features: An orchid a day keeps the doctor away; Orchids in Indonesia - their development and prospects; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. 
Price: 39.95 USD
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Newsweek Magazine, March 12, 1945 *NAZI AT BAY - THE ALLIES HAVE HIM BY THE THROAT*, Multiple Contributors
15 Multiple Contributors Newsweek Magazine, March 12, 1945 *NAZI AT BAY - THE ALLIES HAVE HIM BY THE THROAT*
USA Newsweek 1945 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Contents: Boeing ad boasts of their record coast-to-coast flight by a C-97, 6 hrs, 3 min, 50 sec.; Reo Truck ad; Full-page ad for a radio show called "Breakfast in Hollywood" with Tom Breneman on the Blue Network (ABC); Fisher Body color ad; Allies strike at Rundstedt's finest after 8-day race to the Rhine - Wehrmacht escapes disaster but loses heavily in pulling out and blowing up the bridges - great map; Sample of a 'safe conduct' pass showered down on Germans, as well as a humorous satirical German response; Two photos taken during the Bataan death march (stolen from the Japanese); News from Iwo Jima; Eighteen-year-olds fight and die as nation debates their status - European and Pacific wars were speeded by using youths Stimson says in defense; Photo of Erich Gimpel and William C. Colepaugh as they are led into court prior to being hung as Nazi spies; 67 Army nurses captured by the Japs on Bataan and Corregidor return the the US; Troubled return of vets - Mr. Jobe in Chicago; Britain accepts the Yalta Charter but U.S. keeps fingers crossed - F.D.R.'s report to Congress is received with reservation despite its urgent tone; Poland - scores to settle - General Anders; White Truck ad in color; Canada Calling - new CBC 50,000 watt short-wave transmitter; America's join in Alliance to keep hemisphere peace - the Inter-American Conference on Problems of War and Peace, in Mexico City; Interesting ad for Bituminous Coas - presents its varied military uses; Coal owners are unlikely to sign UMW contract calling for pertentage on each ton; Kansas corn piled outside for lack of freight cars; Vintage color Borden's ad featuring Elsie the cow and her family; Photo of 26-year-old Frank Sinatra with details of his draft classification; Wacs at work; Photo of Martin (The Blimp) Levy, a 640 pound wrestler; Studebaker color military ad inside back cover. Average wear. Address label atop front cover. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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Nutshell News Magazine - For the Complete Miniature Hobbyist, March 1983 - Teddies - America's Hottest Collectable, Multiple Contributors
16 Multiple Contributors Nutshell News Magazine - For the Complete Miniature Hobbyist, March 1983 - Teddies - America's Hottest Collectable
USA Boynton & Associates, Inc. 1983 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Features: Bears & Bearophobia - How Rare is Your Bear?; Teddy Bears - America's Huggable Sweethearts; Tiggywinlkes Bears by Kathryn Franze and Susan Johnson; Mr. "T" Bear; The Drexel University Museum - a tucked-away treasure; Norma Slominsky -a very special touch; Carter's Grove keeps growing; Barbara Bunce - a multi-faceted jewel; Clifford Yerks - Simply Shaker; Erik Hansen - the Kitbash Kid; Jeanne Knoop - The Playful Imagination; DIY Instant Antiques; Room of the Month - Feminine Fancy; Building with Bob - Wiring and Masonry; and more. Clean and unmarked with light wear. A quality copy. 
Price: 49.95 USD
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Nutshell News Magazine, August 1996 - How to Choose a Colour Scheme, Multiple Contributors
17 Multiple Contributors Nutshell News Magazine, August 1996 - How to Choose a Colour Scheme
USA Kalmbach 1996 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Small accomplishments - clever kitcrafting and lots of good ideas; Color it Beautiful - how do you choose the right exterior paint scheme? And then what?; A Model Railroaders' Workshop in 1" scale - the layout is out of sight - but everything else is there in an incredibly realistic roombox; Alice McElhiney Always Finds Room for More - she sells some little things but keeps the houses and rooms; Shockingly Simple Miniatures - he gives a whole new meaning to "electronic shopping"; Backyard Barbecue - can you beat the steak's sizzle?; The show scene - the Denver Museum of Miniatures annual show; and more. Clean and unmarked with light wear. A quality copy. 
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Pathfinder Magazine - A Weekly Digest of World Affairs From the Nation's Capital, August 3 1933 - Is a National Sales Tax Coming? / Social Security Law, Multiple Contributors
18 Multiple Contributors Pathfinder Magazine - A Weekly Digest of World Affairs From the Nation's Capital, August 3 1933 - Is a National Sales Tax Coming? / Social Security Law
USA The Pathfinder Publishing Co. 1933 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
24 pages. Contents: Taxes in Sight - Can't Balance Budget - Is a National Sales Tax Coming?; Opposition to new taxes; Reaction to Rhode Island Vote - with illustration of Senator Peter G. Gerry, Democratic Leader; Illustration of Rear Admiral Cary T. Grayson, Red Cross Chairman; No Federal Dole After Fall; New Mint at San Francisco and New Gold Bullion Depository at Fort Knox, Kentucky; Foreign News; Hitler keeps up pressure on Catholics and Jews; Attempted assassination of Mexican President Lazaro Cardenas; Italy offered land by Selassie to ward off threat of fight with Ethiopia; Current events - with illustration of boxer Joe Louis and photo of Senator William E. Borah; Congress; Capital Chat; Marketing; Many Interesting Methods Used in Color Printing; Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd; Photo of Emperor Hirohito of Japan; Science News; Aviation - Pan-American making final arrangements for California-China air route; Women of the world gaining rights they have long fought for; Photo of Japanese young ladies available for marriage through the matrimonial bureal; Social Security Law - key stone of new deal social reform to benefit 30 million; Vintage ads; and more. Average wear. Yellowed with age. A sound vintage copy. 
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Ship and Boat International Magazine, January/Febrary 2003, Multiple Contributors
19 Multiple Contributors Ship and Boat International Magazine, January/Febrary 2003
U.K. The Royal Institute of Naval Architects 2003 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
68 pages. Features: LA fire boat - recent delivery; Skagen yard delivers multi-rig trawler; Alferas; Lung-Teh Shipbuilding of Taiwan builds the country's first self-righting SAR boat; Antipodean designers continue to lead in lightweight high speed technology; Diversification keeps fast ferry builders afloat; A visit to Derecktor Shipyard; Recently refurbished amphibious vehicles; Water jet propulsion for new Greek fireboats; Technology shift by Point Hope Shipyard of Victoria, B.C. - their shift to pilot boats; At Sea with Cara. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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Teen Vogue, May 2008, Multiple Contributors
20 Multiple Contributors Teen Vogue, May 2008
USA Conde Nast 2008 First Edition Paperback Very Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
184 pages. Features: Cyber Mean Girls - Online and Out of Control; Ellen Page keeps it real; Countdown to Summer; and more. Light wear. Clean and unmarked. A sound copy. 
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