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Scientific American Magazine, Volume 153, Number 1, July 1935, Avery, Myron H.; Slawson, H.H.; Rhine, J.B.; Parlin, W.A.; deschin, Jacob; Russell, Henry Norris; Smith, Philip H.; Herrick, John; Muhleman, M.L.; Boone, Andrew R.; Hoskins, R.G.; Cleveland, Reginald M.; Roosevelt, Kermit
1 Avery, Myron H.; Slawson, H.H.; Rhine, J.B.; Parlin, W.A.; deschin, Jacob; Russell, Henry Norris; Smith, Philip H.; Herrick, John; Muhleman, M.L.; Boone, Andrew R.; Hoskins, R.G.; Cleveland, Reginald M.; Roosevelt, Kermit Scientific American Magazine, Volume 153, Number 1, July 1935
USA Munn & Company 1935 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
56 pages. Features: Dr. John D. Strong; The Appalachian Trail; Detailed drawing of a newly designed lightship which will replace the ill-fated Nantucket; Surprising discoveries in the near east show that iron, glass, the arch, and bathrooms were in use far earlier than formerly supposed; Telepathy and Clairvoyance in a Trance Medium - an intensive series of tests conducted with a medium (Mrs. Eileen J. Garrett) and her spirit control showed the spirit to be no better as a telepathist than the medium; How bright is a lightning bug?; Various types of photographic exposure meters; Planets much larger than Jupiter are impossible; Copper and copper alloys are resisting corrosion; Back on the Land - The Subsistence Homestead movement is slowly reversing the urbanization trend - an experiment at Reedsville, West Virginia - article with photos; All-Wave Reception; Power from the Boulder Dam - two-pages of exceptional photos; Disordered glands can produce giants and dwarfs, fanatics and loafers; Rotating Wing Aircraft (helicopters) - intriguing possibilities; The Amateur Astronomer; photo of salvage bathysphere; Progress in Science - by Kermit Roosevelt; and more. Above-average external wear. Front cover nearly detached. Tape along backstrip. Not pretty but an informative vintage issue. 
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The Illustrated London (ILN) News, October 20, 1956 - Cover Photo of Prince Charles with His Father / Motor Show Number, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril
2 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril The Illustrated London (ILN) News, October 20, 1956 - Cover Photo of Prince Charles with His Father / Motor Show Number
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd. 1956 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Davis, G.H.; Turner, C.E. 
Pages: 625-684. Features: Nice colour ad for Gonzalez Byass inside front cover features Tio Pepe; One-page Sunbeam car ad; One-page Barclay's Bank ad; One page Morris car ad; One-page Wolseley car ad; One-page ad for the new Singer Gazelle car; *Beautiful* colour-photo ad for the Daimler 3.5 litre 'One-O-Four' Saloon; Nice one-page colour ad for Waterman's pens; Lovely one-page colour ad for the new Austin Princess carLovely one-page colour Jaguar ad features the Marke Eight VIII; Cover photo of Charles saying farewell to his father at London Airport; Full-page photo of Princess Margaret watching black baby be bathed in Tanganyika; Two pages of amazing photos of Princess Margaret in Tanganyika; Three photos of rioting in Hong Kong after a resettlement problem at Li Cheng-uk, Kowloon on October 10th; Discovering Cypriot terrorist hide-outs; Conservative Party Conference; One-page photo of the Beatification of Pope Innocent XI; Pupils and teachers held captive in Milan - eight photos; Wonderful nature photos from the Galapagos Islands; Samples of twelve family cars at the auto show; Nice centerfold cutaway illustration of a typical British Saloon car; Twelve photos of some of the larger and faster British cars at the auto show; Two-page illustration of the Lizard life boat being launched into stormy seas from the Royal National Lifeboat Institution; Photo-illustrated article on Polecats; Photos of twelve personalities of the week, including Nina Ponomareva, Pablo Casals, George Wookey, Monsignor Lorenzo Perosi, Seretse Khama and family, and the late jockey Michael Beary; Horse of the Year Show at Hrringay Arena; Russian veto on Suez proposals; Flying Officer Coulston goes down with his Meteor jet to avoid hitting homes; Calder Hall Atomic Power Station; Nice one-page colour ad for Vauxhall; One-page Rover car ad; Nice one-page colour ad for Capstan cigarettes; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 8, Number 4, October 23 - October 29, 1940, Hutchinson, Walter: Editor
3 Hutchinson, Walter: Editor Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 8, Number 4, October 23 - October 29, 1940
London Hutchinson & Co. (Publishers) Ltd. 1940 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
32 pages. Printed on glossy stock. Dozens of quality black and white photos and illustrations. Features: Illustration of John F. Kennedy inside front cover as promotion for his book "Why England Slept"; Nice photo of a 2-seat Defiant; Incidents in Britain's air battle; Her majesty visits the homeless; Photos of Winston Churchill in Scotland; Text of Broadcast by Lord Lloyd entitled "War Effort of the Colonial Empire" - illustrated; Illustration of Italian armoured unit trapped in British artillery fire, by Montague B. Black; Photos of Greece at war with Italy; Map of Greece - the stepping-stone to the east; Centerfold illustration by S. Drigin shows Beauforts swooping to torpedoe German supply ships on 23 October in Dutch waters; Life afloat - our sailors at sea; Great photo of England's newest class of aircraft carrier - 1,300 tons larger than the Ark Royal; Photo of a next of Skua dive-bombers on the deck of a British aircraft carrier; Before and after photos of the vessel S.S. Empress of Britain, the flagship of the Canadian Pacific fleet which was sunk on 26th October - 598 survived of a total of 643 on board; The Bondage of Czechoslovakia - text of broadcast message by Dr. Edward Benes, with photos; With the forces in the desert war; A Commentary on the war this week; Germany gets bomb for bomb - photos; Photo of a very long trainload of American tanks arriving at Camp Borden, Canada. Summary of chief events in the war this week. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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Jetwings, August 2005: Monthly Magazine of Jet Airways - Weekend Getaways, Irani, Gustasp and Jeroo; et al
4 Irani, Gustasp and Jeroo; et al Jetwings, August 2005: Monthly Magazine of Jet Airways - Weekend Getaways
India Jet Airways 2005 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Irani, Gustasp and Jeroo; et al 
216 pages. Colour photography throughout. Text in English. Features: Weekend getaways to Bakkhali, Bhuj, Coorg, Datia, Kashid, Kanyakumari, Mysore, Silvassa, Shimla; The Larger Picture - Photography as a fine art and investment; and more. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy. 
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Esquire Magazine, February 1970, Multiple Contributors
5 Multiple Contributors Esquire Magazine, February 1970
USA Esquire, Inc. 1970 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
244 pages. Features: Nice color photo Miller beer ad inside front cover; Dewar's Whisky ad features Barbary Waterston; James Deakin looks forward to the 1972 election with emphasis on Harold Hughes; Times Change, by Kurt Vonnegut Jr. - reflections from the class of '40; Too Bad - reflections on high-school students from the Class of now; Six Jobs looking for women applicants - hockey goalie, forest ranger, university president, construction worker, ladies' shoe salesman, locker room attendant; Son and Hair, by Thomas Berger; If Hitler asked you to execute a stranger, would you?; Helen Burley Brown only wants to help; Personal Helicopters; The War Machine vs. the Peace Machinist; Otto and Bruno, by Jonathan Strong; Phone Lovers take heart - new telephone products; Kirk Douglas at Large... and getting larger, by Roger Ebert; Three Harvard travelers tell you how to travel the world on the cheap - Franklin Chu, Larry Gage, and Dan Ardrey; Photo Series - how to take your pants off while wearing chains; The Murder of Jeremy Harlowe; Doing it the Hard Way - New York sculptor Harvey Citron; European fashion report with photos. Many great vintage photo ads. Average wear. A sound copy. 
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Newsweek Magazine, November 1, 1937, Multiple Contributors
6 Multiple Contributors Newsweek Magazine, November 1, 1937
Dayton, Ohio, USA Weekly Publications, Inc. 1937 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
44 pages. Contents: Market Goes on a Bender - Sobers Economic Planners: Business Volume Eases Off, Depression Not Indicated; (Alfred M.) Landon and 'the 17,000,000' Meet at the G.O.P. (Republican) Fireside; Yankee Putsch: Rhode Island Revolution - Angry Irishmen Make War; (Harold L.) Ickes Loses: Senator (Robert F.) Wagner's Choice (Nathan Straus) Gets Biggest Housing Job; War for Peace: Labor's Feudists Come to the Round Table; Who Are the Terrorists Who Are Now Paralyzing Palestine?: The Answer is Known by a Man Named Fawzi Bey; Dictators: (General Francisco) Franco Wins North Coast, Duce (Benito Mussolini) Plots New Victories; Pawns: Nazis Frighten Prague, Vienna, Budapest, Danzig; Far East: Chinese Reds Gum the Works of Japanese War Machine; Book Review: "An Artist in America" by Thomas Hart Benton; A Noted Art Collector (Sam Lewisohn) Explains the New Masters to Laymen; Philadelphia Museum (of Art) Presents a Many-Sided (Honore) Daumier in Lively Show; (Frances) Alda's Life Story Presents a Soprano's View of Men, Women and Tenors; The Monte Carlo Ballet Starts a New Season and Loses a Star (Leonide Massine); Coeds and (Lawrence Morgan) Larry Kelley Active at the Halfway Mark of 1937 Football; Auto Show Visitors Inspect 1938 Models: Executives See Car Sales as Key to Business Outlook; ICC (Interstate Commerce Commission) Decision: Freight Rates Increased - Roads May Ask for Still More; Budget: Latest Estimate Shows Further Income Drop; Aviation: A Snow Squall Swirls Out of the Mountains, and 19 Die on Chalk Peak (United Air Lines Douglas Mainliner Crash); Science: Lord (Ernest) Rutherford, the Prober of Atomic Mysteries, Goes to Probe a Greater; A Life-Saving Drug Brings Death to the Careless, Worries to Doctors; Frederick Snite to Get a More Comfortable Iron Lung - Newly Perfected; Education: Formula From Hoboken - For Greater Success Build Up a Larger Vocabulary; Two Newspaper Leaders Criticize the American Press for Its Own Good; The Inside on How Those on the Outside Obtain Inside News of the Vatican; and Perspective: The Lesson of the Break. Full Page Color Ad for Chesterfield Cigarettes on back cover features the Three Musketeers. Binding intact. Small mailing label bottom front cover. Average wear. Contents clean and unmarked. A quality vintage copy. 
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Sea Frontiers - Vol.23. No. 3 - May/June, 1977, Multiple Contributors
7 Multiple Contributors Sea Frontiers - Vol.23. No. 3 - May/June, 1977
USA The International Oceanographic Foundation 1977 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Features: There is but one Ocean; Florida's Underwater Policemen; Ever Larger Propellers; How Salty is the Ocean; Farming Giant Kelp; Ararat's Mystery Ship; Ranching Atlantic Bluefin. Sound copy. 
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The Naval Architect, April 2004, Multiple Contributors
8 Multiple Contributors The Naval Architect, April 2004
UK The Royal Institution of Naval Architects 2004 First Edition Paperback Very Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Improving container ship design for safer port operations; Will ships always grow larger?; Ro-Ro ferry technology; Denmark; CAD/CAM update; Marine interiors. Clean and unmarked with light wear. A quality copy. 
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Time Magazine - Canadian Edition - 11 August 1947, Multiple Contributors
9 Multiple Contributors Time Magazine - Canadian Edition - 11 August 1947
USA Time-Life International 1947 Canadian Edition Paperback Fair 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
48 pages. Cover portrait of the Queen Mary's Captain Illingworth. Much interesting news of the day with black and white photos. Feature article on the Queen Mary and her wartime use. Photo and story of British sergeants Paice and Martin, hung by Irgun terrorists in Palestine. Brief piece and photo of the Ku Klux Klan's Georgia Grand Dragon, Dr. Samuel Green; Herbert Haseltine and his larger-than-life plaster cast of the horse Man o' War. Photo of Britain's new Short-Saro Shetland flying boat under construction. Brief article and cast photo re: the movie 'The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer' which starred Shirley Temple, Cary Grant and Myrna Loy. Above-average wear and soiling. Still a worthy and enjoyable copy of this nostalgic issue. 
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Trains and Travel Magazine: May 1953, Volume 13, Number 7, Multiple Contributors
10 Multiple Contributors Trains and Travel Magazine: May 1953, Volume 13, Number 7
USA Kalmbach Publishing 1953 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Why boys leave home; Cincinnati Union Terminal; The South Shore Line; Louisville and Nashville bought no larger engines than these 2 - 8 - 4s; New Haven's great Poughkeepsie Bridge; The two foot gauge Monson; 5th annual motive power survey; and more. Two small date stamps upon front cover else unmarked with average wear. Sound copy. 
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Trains Magazine, September 1942, Vol. 2, No. 11, Multiple Contributors
11 Multiple Contributors Trains Magazine, September 1942, Vol. 2, No. 11
USA Kalmbach Publishing Co. 1942 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
50 pages. Many wonderful black and white photos. Features: Saga of the UP Streamliners - many years of experimentation led to 17-car coast streamliners of today; Utah Interurbans; The Lady Said No - Lady Baltimore balked at pulling trains for which she was not designed - awaits dismantlers; By Rail Across Lake Michigan - car ferries run every day, winter or summer, cutting mileage and avoiding the congested Chicago area; Railfans on Parade - the New Yorker's reporter-at-large takes a look at an institution which has vanished for the duration; Diesel in the Rockies - internal combustion and steam work together on the climb to the Moffat Tunnel; Your Guess is Good - Railroad picture quiz; White Pass & Yukon - Bill Moore's Trip, Part II - a trek on a three-foot gauge grapevine stepped in mining lore; Locomotives of the White Pass & Yukon; New Tunnel - larger locomotives force replacement of tunnel 85 years old - the Chesapeake & Ohio (C&O) between Afton and Waynesboro, Va; Average wear and soiling. Centerfold lookse but present, otherwise a sound vintage copy. 
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12 Munn, Orson D. Scientific American February 1933 Volume 148 Number 2
New York Scientific American Publishing Company 1933 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: History in the talkies - a vast amount of research is necessary for accuracy, but is combined with a certain amount of legitimate trickery; Our point of view - is beer intoxicating? Naval economies, Soulless machines; Television in England - a brief survey of envents of 1932 that are indicative of the general trend; More about meteors - astronomers also concern themselves with bodies no larger than bepples and distant only with the width of several counties; Leveling out the hills with more precise molecules - how a study of an automobile's digestion points the way to more power with which to climb hills; A world's fair in the making - a few of the striking effects in architecture and lighting at the century of progress at Chicago; Underneath the artist's paint - a new device takes from a painted panel a minute core which experts may then examine to detect forgeries; Seeing an unseen world - an introduction to a fascinating hobby for the amateur (microscopy); The amateur rides a new hobby - a number of people have found gem stone cutting and polishing "exceedingly Interesting" and have had excellent results; Reinforcing a weak spot in our diet - cobalt, iron, copper and many other common minerals in our diet; Water conservation - the key to national development; A vegetable from the dark - the succulent mushroom requires great care in selection of spawn, cultivation, and harvesting; The telephone goes to sea - phoning from the fishing fleet is now as easy as phoning from your own home; "Cheap" light bulb fallacies - imported oriental lights cost less but use more electricity. Unmarked. Average wear. 
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13 Munn, Orson D. Scientific American July 1931 Volume 145 Number 1
New York Scientific American Publishing Company 1931 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Cunard's bid for ocean supremacy; Editorials - Michelson - by submarine to the north pole - wages and prosperity - fighting the crooks - human engineering - television broadcasts; Riding with the signal in the cab - right-of-way signals are repeated within the engine cab; Quick-freezing solves food problems; Efficient medical department for brokers and employees at the stock exchange; Airplains land blind - guided by radio; A a splintered planet? - tiny elongated Eros may be a fragment of an older, larger asteroid; National Aircraft Show; The biblical deluge a fact - Archeological finds are stratified as though by a flood; Amateur astronomy in Pittsburgh - an observatory is built by and for amateurs; Television now on schedule - first broadcasts of television on a regular program; Science in search of oil - The last of three articles on salt, sulfur, and petroleum; A familiar truck becomes a locomotive - gasoline powered yard locomotive has commendable features; Professionnal methods in amateur archeology; American olives by the ton - large industry in California is over 150 years old; Preserved for 10,000 yeares to come - unique methods of preserving records of Tokyo earthquake; Mechanizing a giant foundry - Allis Chalmers. One inch opening at top of spine-fold. Half-inch tear to fore-edge of front cover. Quarter inch tear to fore-edge of back cover. Covers remain 50% attached to contents. Average wear. Unmarked. 
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14 Munn, Orson D.: Editor Scientific American November 1931 Volume 145 Number 5
New York Scientific American Publishing Company 1931 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Africa's first national park; Editorials - building for parity a false alarm - whose fault is it?; Power development on the Columbia River - the first power project on one of the most famous of North American streams; United States plant patent number 1 - only time will show the value of plant patents, the first of which has just been released; The hottest place in the universe - what keeps the stars shining?; Henry Ford, the Practical - the automobile manufacturer knows how to do things , and how to get them done; Are there creatures like ourselves in other worlds?; The birth, life, and death of a railroad ticket; Mercury vapor power to the fore - two new and larger units have been ordered; Australia's great meteorite; Paper's thinnest web - making tissue paper; Where not to look for oil and gas; Electrical aids to blind flying; Etruscan safety pin; Excavating Rome's seaport; A modernized university library - Sterling Memorial Library at Yale; Why question the reasoning of animals? - authentic stories seem to indicate their reasoning power. Page 293 is a full page tribute, with black and white photo, to thirty-year old Linus Pauling, hailed as "a rising star who may yet win the Nobel Prize." Light erasure mark at top corner of front cover. Average wear. Unmarked. 
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American Homes and Gardens Magazine, April (Apr.) 1909, Volume VI, No. 4 - The House of Walter Robb Wilder, Esq. - Small House Number, Nichols, F.; Gade, J.; Howe, S.; Kellogg, A.; De Martin, R.; Priestman, M.; Dow, J.; Holliday, A.; Et al
15 Nichols, F.; Gade, J.; Howe, S.; Kellogg, A.; De Martin, R.; Priestman, M.; Dow, J.; Holliday, A.; Et al American Homes and Gardens Magazine, April (Apr.) 1909, Volume VI, No. 4 - The House of Walter Robb Wilder, Esq. - Small House Number
New York Munn & Company 1909 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Pages 121-172 plus xxiv pages of great vintage ads. Many great black and white photos. Features: The House of Walter Robb Wilder, Esq., at Bronxville, NY - Artistic Expression of the Small Country House; The Home of Mr. Wissel at Forest Hills, Long Island; The Home of Mr. Stone at Milton, MA; The Home of Mr. Tingue; Home built for Mr. Garrett at Bronxville, NY; Plumbing for a Small Country House - article with great photos; The Making of an Iris Garden at Chestnut Hill, PA; Decorative Features in the Small Home; A Group of Model Motor Houses for the Small Country Place - with great photos; Mome-Made Novelties for the Country Home; Evolution of the Small House Plan; A Formal Garden and Pergola Designed by an Amateur; Furniture for the Small Home; The Use of Concrete in the Building of the Small Country Home - article with photo of the home of Mrs. Julia E. White of Montclair, NJ, Dr. Clarence Ordway of Winchester, MA, Mr. Charles F. Mebus of Glenside, PA, Mr. Perry Todd of Montclair, NJ, Mr. Craw of Brantwood, NJ, Mr. Henry Fenn, of Upper Montclair, and Mr. Charles E. Starr of Winchester, MA; One-page ad for Chickering Pianos; Great color back page ad for The Pierce-Arrow Motor Car Co. features car with passengers in mountain scene; and more. Printed on glossy stock. Complete and unmarked with average wear. Disbound from a larger volume, leaving related residue along spine. Covers and some pages loose but all present. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue. 
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American Homes and Gardens Magazine, December (Dec.) 1910, Volume VII, No. 12 - The Country Seat of Howard Henry, Esq., At Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, Nichols, F.; Shepstone, H.; Kellogg, A.; Van Norden, T.; Bastin, M.;  Jensen, C.; Priestman, M.; Et al
16 Nichols, F.; Shepstone, H.; Kellogg, A.; Van Norden, T.; Bastin, M.; Jensen, C.; Priestman, M.; Et al American Homes and Gardens Magazine, December (Dec.) 1910, Volume VII, No. 12 - The Country Seat of Howard Henry, Esq., At Camp Hill, Pennsylvania
New York Munn & Company 1910 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Figaro, Chas. (cover) 
Pages 453-492 plus xvi pages of great vintage ads. Many great black and white photos. Features: The Country Seat of Howard Henry, Esq., at Camp Hill, PA; The Art of Ornamental Orange Peeling; Decorations and Furnishings For the Home - X - Treatment of Fireplaces and Mantels; Old South Salem in Northern Westchester County - article with photos of local buildings including the Horse and Hound Tavern; Artistic Wax Work; A Group of Modern Houses Costing From $1,800 Upwards - nice 12-photo 2-page spread includes the homes of Mr. Warren Bartholf, Mr. W.A. Westerson, Mrs. Colgrove, Mr. R.E. McGregor, Mr. Benjamin A. Paust, Miss Helen J. Holboe, Mr. W.W. Huntress, Mr. Benjamin Waller, and Mr. Ellis Ashley; Handicraftsman - Leather Craftwork; Crafts That Children Can Do; Ostrich Farming as an Industry; The Small Country House - A Dutch Colonial House Costing $2,150 Complete; A Craftsman's House Costing $2,400 Complete; A House of Modern Design Costing $3,200 Complete; A House and a Garage - the home of James Masterson, Esq., at Crescent Hill, Bay Ridge, NY; Garden Notes; American Homes and gardens' Garden Competition - First Garden Prize wond by Dr. Shiro Miyaki, St. Louis, MO, Second Prize Won by James M. Hull, Esq., Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, Third Prize wond by M.F. Ault, Indianapolis, IN, with photos of all three; L. Wolff Mfg. Co. ad features photo of the new North Western Passenger Terminal Station in Chicago; Ad for Hotel Chamberlain at Old Point Comfort, VA, with small photo of the large hotel; Index to American Homes and Gardens, Volume VII, January to December, 1910; Back cover color ad for the Columbia Grafonola "Regent" and Graphophone; and more. Printed on glossy stock. Small date stamp atop back cover and small piece missing from bottom of page 457, otherwise complete and unmarked with average wear. Disbound from a larger volume with some of the former binding affixed to spine. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue. 
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The New York Woman (Magazine), September 23, 1936, Vol. 1, No. 3: Wallis Simpson, Pearson, Josephine; Stuart, Mary; Palmer, Gretta; Robb, Inez Callaway; Miller, Lois Mattox; et al
17 Pearson, Josephine; Stuart, Mary; Palmer, Gretta; Robb, Inez Callaway; Miller, Lois Mattox; et al The New York Woman (Magazine), September 23, 1936, Vol. 1, No. 3: Wallis Simpson
New York The New York Woman, Inc. 1936 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Milanese, W.A. (Gravure Technician) 
48 pages. This glamorous publication brought New York women the information they needed: news of the choicest fashion, entertainment, current happenings, where to go, what to see, and how much to pay. Features: Nice color cover photo of fashionable woman in cloth suit with fox collar engaging man in sandwich sign; Full-page ad promoting International Week in the shops of Rockefeller Center; Full-page Grancrus Champagne ad; Letters; Full-page fashion ad for Stern Brothers; Nice Franklin Simon & Co. full-page ad features gray coats with gray Persian (wool; Full-page ad for The (New York) Sun newspaper; Miss America is Miss Rose Veronica Coyle of Yeadon, Pa; A magnificent compilation of twenty-three photos capturing life, east to west on Fiftieth Street - where life goes from the River Club to a west end jumping-off place; Etiquette - Heaven Forbid! - author recalls her unpleasant time at a finishing school up the Hudson; Excuse My Skates! - Full-page photo-feature of the young ladies at Western Union who wear roller skates at work!; Photo-illustrated article on New York's many "Gypsy Tea Rooms" where fortunes are read, and much business is done; The Yankee at King Edward's Court - photo illustrated article on Wallis Simpson of Baltimore - who is keeping company with the King of England; Great full-page color photo Saks Fifth Avenue ad of model wearing a yellow combination tunic-dress; A Bag of Gilded OAts for Mrs. Astor's Horse - Mr. Vincent Astor's grand plans to redo what was formerly the King Cole Room of his inn; Fashion Editor's Diary; Color centerfold fashion illustrations including details, pricing and store names; Dressing Table of the Week - pleasant and useful things in cosmetics, perfumery and flowers; Recipes for Dessert Salads with cheese; Margaretta Byers describes life in her family's prefabricated home - the first of its kind in New Jersey; Mirrors can make your rooms look larger and brighter; Photo feature on how Mr. Rockefeller's brand new Center Theatre is being gutted to accommodate "The White Horse Inn"; Photo-illustrated article on movie "The Gorgeous Hussy"; Page of photos of Kay Francis; Manhattan Date Book; Page of Restaurant offerings - including prices; I Was Never so Mad - Kitty Sharpe describes problems with items sent to the cleaners; Fantastic back page glossy color-photo ad for Marchand's Golden Hair Wash features blonde holding dog. Cover fold mostly open, otherwise unmarked with moderate wear. A quality vintage copy of this magnificent depression-era item. 
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American Homes and Gardens Magazine, December (Dec.) 1909, Volume VI, No. 12 - "Fleetwood," The Residence of Robert V.V. Sewell, A.N.A., Oyster Bay, Long Island, Priestman, M.; Nichols, F.; Davison, R.; Locke, K.; Powell, E.; Ferree, B.; Et al
18 Priestman, M.; Nichols, F.; Davison, R.; Locke, K.; Powell, E.; Ferree, B.; Et al American Homes and Gardens Magazine, December (Dec.) 1909, Volume VI, No. 12 - "Fleetwood," The Residence of Robert V.V. Sewell, A.N.A., Oyster Bay, Long Island
New York Munn & Company 1909 B00KLMVESO First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Wallick, E. 
Pages 453-492 plus xxiv pages of great vintage ads. Many great black and white photos. Features: American Homes and Gardens Garden Competition - The Amazing First Price Garden of Charles J. Pilling, Esq., Lansdowne, PA; The Craft of Hammering and Piercing Metal; Some Western Homes - Costing from Four to Six Thousand Dollars, including those of B.W. Cleveland, Esq., of Wilmette, IL, Mrs. Kavana, Mr. Mars, and Mr. Smith; Concrete Ornaments for the Garden and How to Make Them - IV - A Concrete Fence; The Interior Details of the Bungalow and its Furnishings; Making Soil; Homes of American Artists - "Fleetwood," the Residence of robert V.V. Sewell, A.N.A., Oyster Bay, Long Island; Colonial Fireplaces and Fire-Irons; One-page ad for Chickering & Sons pianos; Index to all issues from Volume VI, January to December, 1909; Nice color back page ad for the Columbia Grafonola, with illustration of Spanish tenor Constantino; and more. Printed on glossy stock. Complete and unmarked with average wear. Disbound from a larger volume with related residue along coverfold. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue. 
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The Illustrated London News, May 22, 1937 - The Coronation Naval Review, Royal Guildhall Visit, The Hindenburg Disaster, Various Contributors
19 Various Contributors The Illustrated London News, May 22, 1937 - The Coronation Naval Review, Royal Guildhall Visit, The Hindenburg Disaster
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch 1937 First Edition Paperback Good Stapled Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
52 pages. Features: Great full-page photo of the King, Queen and two Princesses in coronation dress; Larger Royal Family photo in Coronation Dress; The Surprise Royal Drive in North London - Great Popular Enthusiasm; Three incredible photos of the Hindenburg disaster in progress; Monte Carlo Casino - photo-illustrated article by General Pierre Polovtsoff; The Royal Visit to the City - Their Majesties Passing Temple Bar - full-page photo; Huge almost two-page photo of the King and Queen at Luncheon with the Lord Mayor in Guildhall; Mr. Baldwin's CAll to Youth in a Farewell Speech as Premier; Coronation Naval Review - photos of the "Revenge" and the "Hood"; Photos of numerous foreign warships at Spithead to pay respects - including the swastika flying over the Graf Spee; Incredible huge 4-panel centerfold measuring 38"x14" presents a cutaway drawing of the recently commissioned "Southampton" - a vessel of novel features including 6-in guns in tripple turrets, athwartship catapult and multiple A.A. guns; Large photos of Coronation Lights O' London - Panoramas taken from the summit of the Duke of York's Column; The King of Denmark's Silver Jubilee - photos; Nice full-page ad for the Austin Eighteen car; Wonderful half-page black and white photo ad for Rolls-Royce Automobiles; Unmarked with average wear. Centerfold and next page loose but present. A worthy vintage copy. 
Price: 149.95 USD
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The Illustrated London News, Saturday, July 3, 1943, Various Contributors
20 Various Contributors The Illustrated London News, Saturday, July 3, 1943
London The Illustrated London News 1943 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
28 pages. Features: The Elimination of Dusseldorf as a Munitions Centre - Large dramatic aerial photo plus two more photos and map; Chungking's Parachute Tower - youngsters train in the use of parachutes - four photos; Photos of the King's Visit to North Africa; Photos of His Majesty at Tripoli - he meets Montgomery and his desert victors; Photos of the King in Malta - enthusiastic scenes on the George Cross Island; On Captured Lampedusa - scenes from the fallen Italian Island; Photos of bombing of the Huls German synthetic rubber factory; Russia after Two Years of Battle - article by Cyril Falls with three photos; Photos of The Russian Army in the field - well-equipped, and of high morale; Centerfold illustration of a full-dress rehearsal for a larger-scale invasion - combined operations' synchronised assault on Pantellaria; Photos inside a U.S. Submarine; Photos of personalities in the news - R.B. Stannard, V.C., Arthur F. Richards, Dr. Wellington Koo, Subadar Lal Bahadur Thapa; Illustrations of the new "Woolworth Carriers"; R.A.F. Crests for U.S. Squadrons; Photos of Triumphant parades in Egypt; Photo of the impressive underground hangars at Pantellaria; Photos of Peterhof - The Tsar's Famous Summer Palace; Nice two-page display of the regimental badges of some British Army Units which took part in the victorious North African campaign; and more. Unmarked. Average wear. A sound copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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