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The Saturday Evening Post, November 20, 1948 - Iwo Jima Cost Too Much / Allah's Oil / Lexington, Kentucky, Bellah, James Warner; Teal, Val; Gilchrist, Eleanor; Anderson, William Ashley; Smith, Gen. Holland M. Smith; White, Leigh; et al
1 Bellah, James Warner; Teal, Val; Gilchrist, Eleanor; Anderson, William Ashley; Smith, Gen. Holland M. Smith; White, Leigh; et al The Saturday Evening Post, November 20, 1948 - Iwo Jima Cost Too Much / Allah's Oil / Lexington, Kentucky
USA Curtis 1948 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Falter, John (cover); Briggs, Austin; Sickles Noel; Dohanos, Stevan; Bundy, Gilbert; Rabut, Paul; Prins, Kimberly; 
196 pages. Features: Color ad for Kelvinator appliances inside front cover; Nice color 1-page ad for White Trucks features bakery scene; Nice color half-page ad for Bostitch Staplers features romantic cartoon; Vintage full-page two-color ad for Porter-Cable power tools; Very nice half-page color ad for Hires Root Beer shows girls' sleepover scene; Nice 1-page color Packard ad shows crosswalk scene; Photo of Cameron Shipp; Photo of Val Teal and two of her sons; 1-page color ad for Buxton wallets; Nice 1-page color ad for General Tire shows crowded football stadium; Murder for Millions (fiction); Allah's Oil (part 1) - a photo illustrated examination of what the US is doing to get its share of mid-east oil; Stage from Elkhorn (fiction); Color-photo illustrated feature article on Lexington, Kentucky; Holiday for Mother (fiction); The Europeans You Never Heard About - photo-illustrated article wherein Stewart Alsop presents a refreshing cast of characters; Football's Biggest Bargain - article and photos of Oregon's Willamette University; They Fight the Cold War Under Cover - photo-illustrated article presents the story of what our new cloak-and-dagger outfit the CIA, is doing to keep our secrets - and learn the secrets of other nations - with photof of the Director, Rear Admiral R.H. Hillenkoetter; A Husband's Rights (fiction); Iwo Jima Cost Too Much - part 3 of 'Howlin' Mad's Own Story - General Holland M. Smith asserts that naval 'expediency' needlessly increased our losses - with photos; In Quest of Peril (fiction); Baby Sitting is Big Business Now - photo illustrated article on this $750 million dollar business; The Land Where Whoppers Come - article and color photos on the Jan Joaquin Valley; The Parmelees - photo-illustrated article which tells the story of the Yankee family of Ernest Parmelee; Lovely color 1-page Campbell's Tomato Soup ad; Our Next Magic Metal? - photo-illustrated article on Titanium; Dishonored (fiction); 1-page color-photo Christmas ad for General Electric (GE) Electric Clocks; Nice color 1-page Pontiac ad features the DeLuxe Streamliner 2-Door Sedan and DeLuxe Streamliner 4-Door Sedan; 2-page ad for Philco entertainment products; Nice 1-page color ad for Birds Eye sliced peaches; Interesteing Smith-Corona ad includes photo of ladies assembling adding machines in their Groton, NY plant; Color 1-page ad for Mercury cars; Two-page color ad for Heinz Soups; Nice color 1-page ad for RCA Victor radios; Interesting photo-illustrated one-page ad for Aspirin includes photo of the new Bayer plant in Trenton, NJ; Color 1-page photo ad for Koroseal luggage shows black porter scrambling to pick up scattered luggage at curb; Fantastic color 2-page ad for Nash cars; Super color-photo 1-page ad for International Harvester industrial power features clear photo of a large diesel crawler dragging logs; Very nostalgic Boeing 1-page photo ad features close-up photo of a Stratocruiser on runway; Jeris Hair Tonic ad features photo of John Garfield; Armstrong's Industrial Insulations 1-page color ad features intriguing cut-away drawing of busy food terminal to illustrate the many applications of their products; Nice 1-page color ad for Wilson's Hams; *Gorgeous* 2-page color ad for the 1949 Buicks; Elsie the Cow is featured in a 1-page color ad for Borden's Cheeses; Nice 1-page ad for United Air Lines features photo portrait of Captain R.T. Freng; 2-page 2-color ad for U.S. Royal Tires; Esquire Socks 1-page color ad features beautiful ladies; Nice 1-page color ad for Westinghouse electric ranges; Uncommon 1-page ad for Columbia's new Long Playing Microgroove records which can play 45 minutes of music on a single record; 1-page ad for Anco 'Spot-Master' rear-view mirrors; Uncommon one-page ad for the new 1949 Green Renault car from France; Nice 1-page color ad for Ritz Crackers features Canapes; Harvey Marlowe of WPIX is featured in an ad for Edgeworth Pipe Tobacco; 1-page ad for Magnavox entertainment products; Excellent color-photo 1-page ad for Jeep vehicles - the photos show some of the unusual and handy jobs these vehicles can do; Very elegant color 1-page ad for Admiral entertainment products; Nice half-page color ad for Acme cowboy boots features children; Vintage Styron toys illustrated in half-page color ad for Dow Plastics; Nice 1-page color ad for Hotpoint automatic electric ranges; Nice color half-page ad for Woolmaster outer wear; Nice color 1-page ad for the Pennsylvania Railroad illustrates several facets of their business; Attractive color half-page Canada Dry ad; Fashionable 1-page color ad for Hart Schaffner & Marx coats shows ladies admiring gent from train window; Color half-page ad for Bantamac jackets; Very nice 1-page color ad for the Union Pacific Railroad's Streamliner 'City of Los Angeles'; Nice 1-page Chase & Sanborn color coffee ad; Vintage colorful one-page ad for Trailways Bus Lines; Nice 1-page color ad for Libbey-Owens-Ford Plate Glass shows early installation of this product at Hieb's Tailro Shop in New Albany; Hallicrafters half-page 2-color ad; Waltham watch 1-page color-photo ad; Weed V Bar Tire Chain 1-page 2-color ad shows native trapper examining a tire track; Nice Camel cigarette ad on back cover shows lots of glamorous people smoking. Moderate wear. A quality vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), November (Nov.) 7, 1942 - The Battle of the Solomons, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril
2 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril The Illustrated London News (ILN), November (Nov.) 7, 1942 - The Battle of the Solomons
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1942 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Davis, G.H.; Turner, C.E.; De Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 505-532. Features: Cover photo of Monty pinning Sgt. Keith Elliot with the V.C., for outstanding gallantry at Ruweisat; The Battle of the Solomons - U.S. Sea Losses and Land Fighting, with photo of aircraft carrier "Wasp" ablaze and dramatic photo of U.S. auxiliary vessel "Colhoun" and U.S. destroyer "Little" shortly before they went under; Multiple photos of the Battle of the Solomons; Photos of Guadalcanal's vital airfield, Henderson Airport; Six photos of U.S. troop life on Guadalcanal; One-page illustration of sappers 'Hoovering' a minefield in the Western Desert; Photos of Allied airmen waging ceaseless war on Rommel's troops and supply columns; Multiple photos of the Eighth Army's steady progress in the Western Desert - aspects of the battle in its initial stages; The Third British Offensive in Egypt - article; Photos of eleven personalities of interest include Pilot Officer George F. Beurling, John Grix, and Mrs. Roosevelt meeting her U.S. Army son, Elliott, in Britain; Two pages of photos of lively episodes and incidents in the desert battle; Three photos of "Reprisal" raid bombing damage in Canterbury; Seven photos from Madagascar - successful British operations despite road blocks and blown-up bridges; Photos of renewed raids on Malta; Amazing daylight photo from 1 of 94 Lancasters flying low over France enroute to bombing the Schneider words at Le Creusot on October 17th; Illustrations explain how low-flying tactics create new problems for the enemy; Large high-resolution aerial photos of bomb damage to Schneider Works and Breuil Steelworks; Eight woodcuts by Chinese children illustrate the ongoing drama in that nation; Nice colour back cover ad for Johnnie Walker shows iron fence being installed in front of stately home. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), October (Oct.) 24, 1942 - Ruined City of Stalingrad Still Defies Germans, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril
3 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril The Illustrated London News (ILN), October (Oct.) 24, 1942 - Ruined City of Stalingrad Still Defies Germans
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1942 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Davis, G.H.; Turner, C.E.; De Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 449-476. Features: Cover photo-portrait of General Smuts of South Africa; Seven photos of devastation in Stalingrad; Large illustration and two dramatic photos illustrate "Battered Stalingrad - A Broken City Held Together By the Spirit of Its Defenders"; Two-page Admiralty Chart of Guadalcanal Island, pivot of violent fighting and scene of heavy Japanese losses, in enemy attempts to recover the Solomon Islands and gain command of the Australian Seas; Russia and the Middle East (article); One-page photo of the launching of a Kaiser 10,500-ton cargo-ship in 10 days, observed by FDR and Mr. Kaiser; Aftermath of bombing in Nuremburg, Benghazi Harbour, and the Focke-Wulf Works at Neuenland, near Bremen; Photos of "Boston" bombers taking off in the dusty desert; Photo of funeral service for Leiut.-General "Strafer" Gott and others, killded when their plane crashed in the Western Desert; Photos of eleven personalities in the news include Dame Marie Tempest, Mr. Henry Morgenthau, Mr. Cecil Whiteley, Mr. Edwin Barclay, Hitler meeting Rommel in Berlin, and Mr. Cosmo Hamilton; Two large photos of H.M.S. "Howe"; Wonderful action photo centrefold of H.M. Battleship "Anson" steaming full out; Five photos of Sir John Tovey, Commander in Chief of the Home Fleet, in his quarters aboard the flagship; Three photos of the Schneider Works, the "Krupps of France" in Le Creusot, which was attacked by Lancasters; Twelve photos from Madagascar illustrate key points seized and cleaning up; Page of photos of Alaska Highway construction with map; One-page illustration of ancient London bastion uncovered by enemy action; One-page article with three illustrations entitled "How the Germans Treat Their Political Prisoners - Nazi Atrocities" - the prison camp at Jernvann, where 600 Serbs were interned. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), September (Sept.) 26, 1942 - The Wreckage of Rommel's Defeat, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril
4 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril The Illustrated London News (ILN), September (Sept.) 26, 1942 - The Wreckage of Rommel's Defeat
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1942 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Davis, G.H.; Turner, C.E.; De Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 337-364. Features: Cover photo of Winston Churchill watching a parade of heavy infantry tanks named after him; Photos of Wendell Willkie visiting our forward positions in Egypt; Two pages of devastation - the wreckage left behind after Rommel's forced retreat from the Western Desert; Page of desert photos including German POWs, a 'sticky' bomb, minesweeping and Communion for the wounded; One-page illustration of deserted village in East Anglia; The Position of Madagascar - article; Six photos of tanks and their landing craft; Malta "Island Fortress of Heroism" Receives her George Cross - six photos of the pomp and ceremony; Photo of the "Wakefield" ablaze, and photo of her passengers on deck awaiting rescue; Photo of FDR beside large Japanese flag - which he refused to touch; Photos of H.M. destroyer "Zulu" and flying-boat "Clare", both lost; Twelve photos from the Russian Front; Centrefold map of Australia, "Japan's Main Objective in the Pacific"; Six Photos of the last moments of the "Yorktown", sunk off Midway Island; Photos of ten personalities of the week include Commander E.P. Tomkinson, General Von Kleist, Admiral Sir William James, Lieut. Cutler, V.C. (of Australia), and Sergt. Murray Smythe, V.C. with Major-General Dan Pienaar; Three aerial photos of Rouen after first raid by U.S. "Fortresses"; Photos of London's evacuated statues; Four large before and after photos of Dusseldorf after raid of September 10; Victory Through Air Power (article); Five photos of Marines vigorously training; Four photos of U.S. Troops learning to swim through seas of blazing oil; One-page illustration of British naval losses since the war's outbreak, from capital ships to submarines; Six illustrations of the life of British War Prisoners in Germany; Sixteen portraits of war prisoners in Oflag VIe, by Lt. J.F. Watton; vintage ads. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, June 13, 1942 - Cologne Devastated  By 1,000 British Bombers, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John;
5 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John; The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, June 13, 1942 - Cologne Devastated By 1,000 British Bombers
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch, Ltd. 1942 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Bryan; Davis, G.H.; Turner, C.E.; De Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 673-700. Features: Cover Photo-Portrait of General Neil Ritchie Holding Press Conference Near Tobruk; Soldiers of Free France form the "Phantom" Garrison of Bir Hakeim - six photos; Searching for victim after explosion near the Elephant and Castle; Photo of repatriated prisoners from Italy at military hospital in England; Photo of salvaging of the "Normandie", now called the U.S.S. "Lafayette"; Photo of ceremony handing the H.H.M.S. "Pindus" to the Greek Navy; Photo of starfish-shaped barrage balloon; 150th Anniversary of Captain George Vancouver's landing on Vancouver Island; Generals Auchinleck and Ritchie honoured by the Polish forces in the Middle East; Photo of Romell inspecting broken window of his desert car; Bow-end and side-view photos of Japanese two-man submarine; Before and after aerial photos of Cologne after massive bombardment; The Battle in Libya - article with map showing key points in the present battle; Five photos of "An Unpleasant Surprise for Rommel - The U.S. 'General Grant' Tank"; Two pages of great illustrations entitled "Rommel's Panzers - Details of the Pz IV. and German Methods of Tank Transportation and Refuelling"; Two illustrations of mobile anti-tank gun now operating in Libya; Four photos of obtaining water in the Libyan desert; Wonderful centerfold illustration entitled "Bomber Command Blazing the Trail! The Royal Air Force Attack on Essen and the Ruhr Valley, June 1-2, 1942"; Five Radioed pictures from the Desert Battle at "Knightsbridge," Libya; Six photos from the Midway Islands where Admiral Nimitz has just inflicted heavy losses upon the Japanese; Excellent one-page contour map of the Pacific entitled "Japanese Eyes On the Bases of Dutch Harbour and Alaska" - with inset photo of Dutch Harbour in the Aleutians which was bombed by Japs; Photos of eleven personalities of the week include Professor G.A.R. Reisner, Reinhard Heydrich, Mexican President Camacho declaring war on the Axis states, and Major-Generals Herbert Lumsden, Ramsden, Frank Messervy and Dan Pienaar; Six Photos from Madagascar - first action figures since British forces arrived May 5, 1942; One page with five photos of Hitler entitled "How Hitler Looks Today"; Artistic half-page ad for Tube Investments Ltd. shows coal stoker at work; National Savings Committee half-page ad includes photos of Geoffrey Sims, schoolboy collector, 10, Park Mansions, Moor Park, Herts.; Nice photo ad for Guy Motors Limited shows men and women building engines; Nice colour back cover golf-themed ad features Mashie speaking to Putter - sponsored by The North British Rubber Company, Limited; This copy was never stapled. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A quality vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, September (Sept.) 13, 1941 -  Cover Photo of U-Boat Surrender at Sea, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John; Pycraft, W.P.
6 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John; Pycraft, W.P. The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, September (Sept.) 13, 1941 - Cover Photo of U-Boat Surrender at Sea
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch, Ltd. 1941 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Bryan; Davis, G.H.; Turner, C.E.; De Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 321-352. Features: Photos of capture of U-boat at sea; Britain Seizes Spitzbergen - two great photos; Photo of the Duke of Kent addressing thousands of workers at the vast Glenn Martin factory in Baltimore; Photo of N.C.O. prisoners enjoying their first meal since release from Vichy France; Two photos of Lord Louis Mountbatten aboard the 'Illustrious'; Photos of British toll on shipping at Rotterdam docks; Two pages of ten great photos of Britain's Army being toughened by intensive physical and endurance training; One-page photo of Italian submarine sailors standing aboard their sinking craft as they await pickup by British warships; Russia Fights On - article with map of the German pressure on Russia and map of the environs of Leningrad; Two photos of Leningrad; Photo of Mackenzie King, Prime Minister of Canada; Photos of seventeen people of the week, including numerous religious leaders, General Sir John Dill receiving an award from Polish President, M. Raczkiewicz, Prof. R.B. Mowat, King Peter's coming of age - in London, and Mrs. James Roosevelt (mother of FDR); Nine sepia-tone photos illustrating the 'Nazi Horror' - taken from a German propaganda film being transported to America; Centerfold illustration of a great British press exerting a 'squeeze' of 6,000 tons on a red-hot ingot as part of shaping an 80-foot propeller-shaft; Excellent one-page photo of super 'flying fortress', the Short 'Stirling' bomber in flight; Six photos of airmen who bomb Berlin - component members of a 'Stirling' crew; One-page graphic compares British naval losses, 1914-1916 with 1939-1941; Seven photos of the Soviet Ambassador's Luncheon to Allied Heads on August 29, 1941; Fascinating two-page composite of illustrations show the effects of blast and how research and experiment have helped to cope with this vital problem; Six photos of concrete and steel wartime barges; vintage ads. Unmarked with only moderate wear. A quality copy of this fascinating wartime issue. 
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The Dearborn Independent (Magazine) - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, January (Jan.) 29, 1927 - Richard Byrd on the Dark Side of Polar Flying, Byrd, Richard Evelyn; Ramsay, M.L.; Vancerbilt, Cornelius Jr.; Parker, Arthur C.; Laird, Donald A.; Masson, Thomas L.; Parish, George Henry; Taylor, Thomas Cameron; Roof, Katherine Metcalf; Swift, Ivan
7 Byrd, Richard Evelyn; Ramsay, M.L.; Vancerbilt, Cornelius Jr.; Parker, Arthur C.; Laird, Donald A.; Masson, Thomas L.; Parish, George Henry; Taylor, Thomas Cameron; Roof, Katherine Metcalf; Swift, Ivan The Dearborn Independent (Magazine) - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, January (Jan.) 29, 1927 - Richard Byrd on the Dark Side of Polar Flying
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1927 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Van Der Heyden, Gerald;Legge, Russell; Thurber, Ruth; Mange, Les 
32 pages. Features: Great winter sports photos inside front cover; 'If" - The Dark Side of Polar Flying - great photo-illustrated article by Richard Evelyn Byrd, U.S.N.; The World's Champion Guesser - Joseph S. McCoy tells Congress how to cut your taxes - photo-illustrated article; Wall Street, Coolidge and Nicaragua - a trio of forces whose functioning means much to the nation's future; The Deadly Fiddle Tinkerer - making good bad and bad worse; Faking Antique Furniture; When One Plus One is Really One; Henry Ford's Page - worry about the present, not the past; Editorials - New York's Baumes Law, taxpayers to cover Rothschild losses on Cap Cod Canal venture, Tax rates paid by different industries, was Aimee Semple McPherson kidnapped?; Going After a Good Time and Missing It; Strange Men Who Could Not Keep Straight (part 1) - article with photo of San Francisco journalist Fremont Older; The Charge (against the U.S.) is 'Materialism' - ; Young People Were 'Going to Ye Doggs' in those good old days; Alien Influence on American Legislation; The Luck of the Hooker Mary Ann; The Triumphant American Mule; Chats with Office Callers - student race problems; Q & A; I Read in the Papers - New York and the Jews, News Bits; Amazing photos from around the world. Nibbling along top of coverfold. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Country Guide Magazine, April 1952 - Foot and Mouth Disease in Saskatchewan / The Ardills of Farrell Creek, B.C., Cross, A.F.; Shaw, C.L.; Abel, P.M.; Erdman, R.L.; Fry, H.S.; Barnard, L.G.; Haycox, E.; Kummer, F A.; Et al
8 Cross, A.F.; Shaw, C.L.; Abel, P.M.; Erdman, R.L.; Fry, H.S.; Barnard, L.G.; Haycox, E.; Kummer, F A.; Et al The Country Guide Magazine, April 1952 - Foot and Mouth Disease in Saskatchewan / The Ardills of Farrell Creek, B.C.
Winnipeg The Public Press Ltd. 1952 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Stevens, Peter (Cover); Petrie, J.H.; Reck, Robert; Tellenius, Clarence 
102 pages. Great cover photo of boy writing love letter while sister looks on. Features; Nice GMC pickup truck ad; Nice half-page two-colour ad for the John Deere No. 5 mower; Nice ad for 1952 Ford cars; Foot and Mouth disease discovered at farm of Leonard Wass of McLean, Saskatchewan - a major threat to Canada's billion-dollar livestock industry; Green Leaves Falling (story); The perennial problem of soil losses from erosion; Farewell to the Years (storyy); Frontier Family - The Ardills of Farrell Creek, B.C. - photo-illustrated article; So You're Getting Power - article for farmers being connected to the electrical grid; Line Breeding for Daily Gain - some account of beef cattle improvement work at the U.S. Range Livestock Experiment Station, Miles City, Montana; Runaway Trailer (story) - part II; Caterpillar diesel farm tractor ad features photo of J.B. Francis of Sedley, Saskatchewan; One-page ad for the 1952 Meteor car; Vintage 2/3-page photo-illustrated ad for the new Case DC-4 tractor; Sam Harker of Standoff, Alberta raises sheep; Fantastic vintage one-page multiple-photo ad for Farmhad loaders and power boxes displays their gangly equipment handling big loads; Ben Lodoen of Fox Valley, Saskatchewan and his irrigation improvement; Nice one-page two-colour photo ad for Firestone tractor tires features Lawrence O. Larson; Nice vintage one-page two-colour ad for the Ferguson Twenty 85 tractor; 2/3-page ads for the Cockshutt seed drill and Drive-o-matic Combine; Nice photo ad for the Oliver No. 8 tractor; One-page Dodge car ad - "test the new Oriflow Ride"; Nice one-page photo ad for the Massey-Harris No. 509 one-way disc with roto-lift; Nice ad for Ford tractors; Ad for Dodge 'Job-Rated" trucks; Fordson Major tractor ad; Fargo truck ad; Excellent one-page ad for Ford Trucks features their three V-8 engines; Lovely colour-photo ad inside back cover for Swiss watches; Awesome colour-photo ad on back cover features a variety of Minneapolis-Moline machinery at work on the prairie. Please note: pages 49, 50, 55 and 56 missing. Center page loose but present. Somewhat above-average wear. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy of this nice issue. 
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Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 8, Number 5, October 30 - November 5, 1940, Hutchinson, Walter: Editor
9 Hutchinson, Walter: Editor Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 8, Number 5, October 30 - November 5, 1940
London Hutchinson & Co. (Publishers) Ltd. 1940 First Edition Paperback Fair 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
32 pages. Printed on glossy stock. Dozens of quality black and white photos and illustrations. Features: Excellent full-page aerial photo looking down on three Messerschmitt's raiding an English town; Great full-page night photo of a 4.5" anti-aircraft battery of the Western Command at work; Pill box vigil; Inside a watch post; photos of how shell-burst data is recorded; Problems of the Royal Navy - photo-illustrated text of broadcast by Admiral of the Fleet Lord Chatfield; Dramatic illustration by Montague B. Black shows a Hurricane pilot ramming a Dornier; Greece also answers the call to arms - five photos and full-page map indicating where Greece and Italy are at Grips; Article on the air war on Britain - Official report on Germany's losses over a period of twelve weeks; photos of famous London buildings bombed; Centerfold illustration by Montague B. Blackshows night attack on Naples with Vesuvius smoking in the background; Four dramatic photos of an Italian submarine under attack, going down, and having its crew picked up by a British destroyer; Photos of H.M. the King with the Eastern Command; Progress of the War - Commons Statement by Winston Churchill; Empire troops in the desert war; A commentary on the war this week; Exellent photos of Naples' Maritime Railway Station, The Skoda Works in Czechoslovakia and Essen - Germany's City of Steel with its Krupp works; Summary of chief events in the war this week. Average wear. Unmarked. Cover holding loosely. Contents tight. 
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Picture Post Magazine - Hulton's National Weekly, March 9, 1940 - Inside a Nazi Price Court / Finland Defends Herself, Mitchell, Sir Peter Chalmers; Cummings, A.J.; Playfair, Giles; Hastings, D. MacDonald; Hulton, Edward; Pursey, Commander H.; White, Antonia
10 Mitchell, Sir Peter Chalmers; Cummings, A.J.; Playfair, Giles; Hastings, D. MacDonald; Hulton, Edward; Pursey, Commander H.; White, Antonia Picture Post Magazine - Hulton's National Weekly, March 9, 1940 - Inside a Nazi Price Court / Finland Defends Herself
U.K. Hulton Press, Ltd. 1940 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine Folio Low 
64 pages. Features: Finland - 13-superb pages of photos of Finland defending herself; Again - The Beggar's Opera - the history of one of the most confirmed box-office successes of all time; Farmers Hold Their Pigeon Shoot to defend their young crops, and the Ministry of Agriculture is grateful; Deep-Sea Mannequins - Twicks Kartock of Denmark takes underwater photos of swimwear in action underwater; Inside a Nazi Prize Court - Story and photos of prize law in a Hamburg courtroom where lawyers argue for deeds of violence on the high seas; Mayfair's Own Sewing-Bee - wives of foreign diplomats meet weekly to make comforts for the British Army; They Call This the One-Handed Walk-Over - young leggy figure skater does backflip! - photo sequence; Diary of the War, No. 24 - The Twenty-Second Week; No. 5 in the Series "How I Would Run the War" - How I Would Organize Our Propaganda; Cartoon "Why Don't They Purge Someone, Joe?" - shows Stalin's purged Generals of 1937 mocking his losses; Wanted - An Economics Chief!; The History of Weapons, No. 7 - The Tank. Nice romantic military-themed Minor cigarette ad on back cover. Nice one-page ad for Barratt Aerial Parcel Post. Humorous one-page photo ad for "Housewife" magazine shows home scene of anarchy as husband attempts to cook. Many other wonderfully nostalgic ads. Clean and unmarked with light wear. A lovely vintage copy. 
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American Automobile Digest - Vol. 10, November 1922, No. 11, Multiple Contributors
11 Multiple Contributors American Automobile Digest - Vol. 10, November 1922, No. 11
USA American Automobile Digest Publishing Co. 1922 First Edition Paperback Fair 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
123 pages. Black and white illustrations. Fascinating advertisements. Features: Why the Engine Stops and Refuses to Start; Who to Locate Noises; Helpful Hints in Repairing; Power Losses Fully Explained; and many other feature articles. Heavily worn. Reading copy only. Covers chipped and torn and almost free of textblock. 
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Flight and The Aircraft Engineer Magazine, 28 November 1940, No. 1666, Vol. XXXVIII, Multiple Contributors
12 Multiple Contributors Flight and The Aircraft Engineer Magazine, 28 November 1940, No. 1666, Vol. XXXVIII
London Flight and The Aircraft Engineer 1940 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
36 pages. Features: Ad for Simmonds Corsey Controls on front cover; Large ad for Leytonstone Jig & Tool; Desoutter Bros. Ltd. ad; Lacy-Hulbert ad for their portable compressor plants; Balfalloy Tools and Tips ad; Nice ad for Turner Manufacturing Companty, Limited; Illustrated R.A.F. Recruitment ad; Lyle & Scott ad for their underwear for men in service; Nice photo ad for Short Brothers and their Short Sunderland shown in flight; Nice illustrated Fairey ad; Photo of Leading Aircraftman Fuller who brought a plane down after a midair collision in Australia; War in the Air - The War in Greece - Successes in Africa; Chart of Air losses during the week ended November 23; Ad for Cheetah Engines - made by Armstrong Siddeley; A Tricycle Trainer - all-metal 'owlet' equipped for night flying and blind flying - many features of successful 'Cygnet' retained - many great photos and article; Excellent photo ad for J.R. Bramah & Co. Ltd.; Fantastic two-page ad for the Owlet Trainer manufactured by General Aircraft Ltd.; Wonderful centerfold ad for de Havilland's Hydromatic airscrew; Airspeed Oxford - for training aircraft crews - article and photos; Nice ad for Irwin parachutes; Men of the month - with inset photo of Air Chief Marshal Sir Robert Brooke-Popham, Commander-In-Chief, Far East; nice photo ad for Constant Speed Airscrews Ltd.; The Army Co-op Command - The Vicious Principle of "Operational Control" - article with photo of Air Marshal Sir Arthur S. Barratt; Italy as a Target - a Mussolini story by Captain Norman Macmillan; Here and There - bits of news; Royal Air Force and Fleet Air Arm News and Announcements; Correspondence; Two-colour ad for Parnall Aircraft Ltd inside back cover; Back cover ad for Bristol Sleeve-Valve Aero Engines. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage WWII copy. 
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Maclean's Magazine, August 25, 1962 *COVER PHOTO OF TERESA STRATAS*, Multiple Contributors
13 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, August 25, 1962 *COVER PHOTO OF TERESA STRATAS*
Toronto Maclean-Hunter Limited 1962 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Two views of the Bomarc Issue; Jehovah's Witnesses - the new look of a turbulent sect; Nice colour photo Pepsi ad; Teresa Stratas - an opera starlet on the midway; The Gains and Losses of a Midway Agent at the Canadian National Exhibition (CNE); Tiger Dunlop Esq. - King of Canada's wild frontier; A boy in a leg brace goes to camp - Ricky Logan; City Man's Diary on an Eskimo Seal Hunt, by Ralph Hedlin - with photos; The Pleasures and Feuds of the New Jews, by Mordecai Richler; Nice full-page colour ad for Quality Courts Motels. Average wear. A sound copy. 
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Newsweek Magazine, January 28, 1952 - Katy Randolph Cover Photo, Multiple Contributors
14 Multiple Contributors Newsweek Magazine, January 28, 1952 - Katy Randolph Cover Photo
Dayton, Ohio, USA Weekly Publications, Inc. 1952 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
96 pages. Cover: Katy Rodolph Contents: Squabbling Taft and Ike Chiefs Elate Democrats, Dark Horses; Murder Will Out - Harold Glen Chase; Plane Output Slowdown: Is It Necessary or Politics?; The New Budget (by Gen. Carl Spaatz); Diplomacy: (Winston) Churchill to Congress; Appointments: Volume vs. Vatican - Protesting Harry S. Truman's Appointment of Gen. Mark W. Clark as Ambassador to Vatican City; The Budget: Biggest Billions; Notes on the New Budget; The Korean War: What U.N. (United Nations) Allies Plan to Do If Reds Try a Double-Cross; West Discovers a New Unity in Tribute to a Fallen Hero (Jean Joseph Marie Gabriel de Lattre de Tassigny); France: The Youngest Premier (Edgar Faure); Suez: No Yanks in Canal Zone; Japan: (Shigeru) Yoshida's China Policy; Malaya: Knight (Sir Gerald W.R.) Templer; Commonwealth: Sterling-Area Crisis; Diplomacy: The (Winston) Churchill Charm; European Aid: Soldiers or Technicians?; Medicine: For Fewer Indians - Control of Human Fertility in India; Biggest U.S. Year in Skiing; Fun but Few Olympic Hopes; The Nation's Latest Scandal: 'Case of the Missing Grain' - Commodity Credit Corp (CCC); Railroads: Freezing Out Losses; Lost Leaders - Walter Briggs; The Press: Indiana Warfare - Eugene C. Pulliam (The Indianapolis Star) and Frank McHale; and Perspective: Political Coueism. Full page colour vintage print advertising including Super "88" Oldsmobile, Early Times Kentucky Bourbon, and Hudson Hornet. Back cover colour ad with Maureen O'Hara promoting Camel Cigarettes. Binding intact. Small mailing label bottom right front cover. Minimal soiling to contents. Piece missing from lower corner of back cover, otherwise average wear. A quality copy. 
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Newsweek Magazine, May 28, 1945 *PRESIDENT TRUMAN - THE FIRST 40 DAYS*, Multiple Contributors
15 Multiple Contributors Newsweek Magazine, May 28, 1945 *PRESIDENT TRUMAN - THE FIRST 40 DAYS*
USA Newsweek 1945 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Contents: color Parker pen ad inside front cover; interesting ad for the Curtiss Commando aircraft; Great International Harvester Truck/War Bonds ad; Pullman railcar ad with returning vets bearing swastika emblazoned souvenirs; Colour Cadillac ad; nice color ad for White Trucks - military theme; Does Truman lean left or right? - clues appear in the first 40 days; Are Japs Wanted? - article with interesting poster demanding fair play for America's Japanese; Congressional committee tours Concentration camps; Miami dogs killed after they kill Doretta Zinke; Blockade and bombs hit Japan as prelude to gathering storm - attrition is Allied policy while knockout forces transfer in strength to the Pacific; Great photo of the first Yank post V-E day ship bringing servicemen home; Great map indicating the 'Bomb Strategy Against Japan'; color Seiberling Tire ad; How to Starve out Japan - bomb the rice paddy dikes; Philippines - sobering losses; China - the Japs back up; Dramatic photo of the American Essex-class carrier Franklin (Big Ben) with its crew huddled on the flight deck after it was attacked by a single Japanese bomber with two 500lb bombs; Okinawa - sacrifice - 156 American marines and doughboys died there each day last week; photo of German prisoners with shovels in the massive American Henri Chappelle Cemetery in Belgium; Russia casts its shadow over Asia; Yugoslavs' willful grab at Trieste poses danger for Charter makers; Prince Faisal and other Arabs agree Palestine is an Arab state, despite a half-dozen vociferous Jewish organizations on the conference sidelines; Color Goodyear belt centerfold; Photo of Allied officers in front of Reichstag ruins; Pattern emerges for occupation - Allies command, Germans obey; "Life has no meaning" for Dr. Ley, once leader of the German labor front - article and photo; Nazi U-boat (with 'the Schnorkel') surrenders and is escorted to a Newfoundland port - photo; NBC airs dramatization of F.A. Hayek's The Road to Serfdom; Max Schmeling released; Rosenberg's den of Royal Theives holds key to looted art of Europe; interesting ad for a Sperry gunsight "The gunsight that 'things' faster than humans... or Japs!"; Great color Chesterfield cigarette ad on back cover. Average wear. Unmarked. Address label on front cover. A sound copy. 
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Pathfinder Magazine - A Weekly Digest of World Affairs From the Nation's Capital, May 2, 1936 - Rising Cost of Living Raises New Problems / Amelia Earhart, Multiple Contributors
16 Multiple Contributors Pathfinder Magazine - A Weekly Digest of World Affairs From the Nation's Capital, May 2, 1936 - Rising Cost of Living Raises New Problems / Amelia Earhart
USA The Pathfinder Publishing Co. 1936 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
24 pages. Contents: Rising Cost of Living Raises New Problems; Pan-American Conference; Bonus Payments to be mailed to veterans; Attention to defenses; Foreign News - Hitler's 47th birthday, illustration of Gen. Werner Von Blomberg; African War Nears End - Ethiopia in Future to be Italianized; Current Events; Photo of Amelia Earhart who will operate 'flying laboratory' for Purdue University; Illustration of Elliott Roosevelt who comments on his father's health; Congress; Gov. Louis J. Brann; Marketing; Capital Chat - with photo of house at 516 10th St. where Lincoln died; Science News; Aviation - tragic crash of transcontinental airliner in Pennsylvania gives greater significance to new altimeter from Ralph Lucas of Albany; National News; Despite Repeated Financial Losses, World Fairs Go On - New York Next; Snappy slogans of former campaigns; Vintage ads; and more. Average wear. Yellowed with age. A sound vintage copy. 
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17 Munn, Orson D. Scientific American August 1931 Volume 145 Number 2
New York Scientific American Publishing Company 1931 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Time and the railway dispatcher - the hands of the clock daily control the movement of thousands of trains throughout the country; Editorials - control of competing transportation - the army air maneuvers - pseudo-scientific rain makers - blasting caps in children's hands; Carl Akely's Africa - the Africa where Akely, Crusader for Animal conservation, found the wildlife he loved to paint, photograph, model and conserve; Which shall inherit the earth - man or the insects!; The Merchandise Mart, a new 'largest' enterprise for Chicago; Worlds from a catastrophe - did a giant star hit the sun and cause the birth of the planets?; Hydro-electric power in the Ozarks - Huge Bagnell Dam of the Osage project nears completion; To stop soil erosion losses; Meeting the emergencies of a great city; The big noise behind the "mike" - intricate apparatus used to simulate noises that come over the radio; The earth beneath - seismology gives a hint of what is beneath the earth's crust; Staying the hand of time - stonework protection by parafin impregnation; An now, it's seaweed - kelp may supply elements now lacking in our diet; Progress and the telephone - a gigantic business that helps all other businesses makes headway despite unstable business conditoins; A book-print reader for the blind; Blasting roads to settle them; Asquith and Kitchener - two great British War Leaders. Mildly visible erasure to top of front cover. Average wear. Unmarked. 
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Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance: February 3, 1941 - Cover Photo of Spahis of Free France, Pratt, William V.; Fuqua Stephen O.
18 Pratt, William V.; Fuqua Stephen O. Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance: February 3, 1941 - Cover Photo of Spahis of Free France
Dayton, Ohio, USA Weekly Publications 1941 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
60 pages. Features: Great color-photo ad for Fisher Body inside front cover features young lady with horse; Nice one-page ad for Long Distance with close-up image of young man; Photo and brief write-up of 72-year-old pancake-eating champion Charles Sharp of Iowa; Eye-catching one-page two-color ad for the February 1st issue of the Saturday Evening Post leads off with a profile of American Airlines President "C.R."Smith; Plymouth car ad; Debate on Lend-Lease - article with photos including Charles A. Lindbergh and Joseph P. Kennedy; British Drive Against Italy rescues lifeline of empire - new losses force Fascists to accept German domination; Amazing photo of a large (freight) trainload of Italian prisoners being moved to the rear; Blow-up in Rumania - failure of Iron Guard Revolt Strengthens Antonescu - article with photo of Horia Sima; Japan's Strong Men - Konoye strips Diet of powers as Matsuoka praises Axis goal; Nice color ad for Seagram's V.O. shows Canadian server crossing the border into the U.S.; Negroes in Uniform - article with photo of part of Uncle Sam's ninth cavalry Regiment; Nice ad for the 1941 De Soto which features Fluid Drive with Simplimatic Transmission; Great photo of 7 year-old Barbara Schulz of Evanston, IL who is chief taster for the Reed candy plant in Chicago; Nice photo ad for the Edison Voicewriter/Ediphone includes NBC's Bill Stern and "Ellen Randolph" (Gertrude Warner); Photo of basketball player Stanley "Stutz" Modzelewski; Photos of Bob Feller and Bobo Newson; Radio sensation Martin Block; ad promoting air travel shows plane flying over old-timer pouring hot water into the radiator of his snowbound car; Nice color-photo ad on back cover for Lucky Strike cigarettes features Connor Aycock, tobacco warehouse owner of Durham, NC; and much more. Center page holding by one staple. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, 23 November 1946, Various Contributors
19 Various Contributors The Illustrated London News, 23 November 1946
London, England The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1946 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Cover: A British Tribute to a Great American: An Artist's Impression of the Layout for the Proposed (Franklin Delano) Roosevelt Memorial in Grosvenor Square. Features include: Our Notebook; The World of Science: Meteorites and Meteors; A Cast Iron Ring 2500 Years Old: Further Discoveries in the Byci Skala Cave; 100,000 Years of Central European History: Recent Moravian Discoveries Related to the Story of Man; Book Review: "Four Studies in Loyalty": by Christopher Sykes; Notes for the Novel-Reader; and Books of the Day. Pictorial Journals include: The King Opens Parliament in Semi-State: Historic Pageantry Tempered by Austerity; Veteran Cars in the London to Brighton 50th Anniversary Run; For the Grand Tour or Round of Calls: A Museum of Carriages; The Price of the Palestine Mandate: British Losses in a New "Reign of Terror"; In Honourable Retirement After Many a Hazardous Duty: The Little Ships of the Navy at Anchor; Maritime and Other News Items; From Aircraft to Car - And Vice Versa - In Seven Minutes!; A Great Meteor as Seen in New Mexico, USA (1933); To Clean or Not to Clean (Art Restoration); Restoring Confidence and Self-Reliance in Blinded Servicemen: Work and Recreation at St. Dunstan's (Illus. by Capt. Bryan de Grineau); From the World's Scrapbook; and Postscripts of Two Wars: Air and Fire Disasters. Page 581/582 missing. Page 595/596 loose but present. Contents clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A worthy reference copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, 30 November 1946, Various Contributors
20 Various Contributors The Illustrated London News, 30 November 1946
London, England The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1946 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Cover: The Camera's "Eye" Looks at Earth From a V-2 Rocket During American Tests. Features include: Our Notebook; A Romantic Find: Two of the Missing Fouquet Miniatures From the Hours of Etienne Chevalier; Book Review: "Portrait of the Dalai Lama": by Sir Charles Bell; Aftermath of War: New Light on German Invasion Plans (inc. maps); The World of Science: Wolves of the Water; Notes for the Novel-Reader; and Books of the Day. Pictorial Journals include: "Free and Unfettered"? The Rumanian Elections; Dartmoor, One of England's Greatest Playgrounds, Which May be Acquired for Military Training; A National Heritage of Beauty Where Claims of the Public and the Services Conflict; The Price of the Palestine Mandate: British Losses in a New "Reign of Terror"; An Epic Rescue Rivalling Fiction: Crash Victims Rescued by Fieseler Storch from the Swiss Alps; Road and Rail Transport for Their Majesties in South Africa; Inundated Farmland, and Impassable Raods: The Havoc of Storms; Britain A Desolate Waste of Water: Results of Ceaseless Rain; Aluminium Homes By the Thousand, Instead of Bombers: The "Clapham Junction" of a Former Aircraft Factory (Illus. by Capt. Bryan de Grineau); The Aluminium Home: Produced Every Five Minutes, Erected Inside an Hour, Good for 100 Years of Life; The Long Suffering Public: Scenes in Manchester's Unofficial Bus Strike; Events on Land and Sea Recorded by Camera; Home News in Pictures; A "Fish That Eats Men": Enlarged Photograph of the Deadly Jaws of the Small Piraya (Piranha); and The New British Film "The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby". Page 613/614 missing. Page 627/628 loose but present. A worthy reference copy. 
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