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CanadianArt (Canadian Art) Magazine, Winter 2012, Volume 28, Number 4 - Special Sculpture Issue, Addleman, Katie; Laurence, Robin; McLaughlin, Bryne; Baird, Daniel; Ireland, Ann; Cheetham, Mark; Dault, Gary Michael
1 Addleman, Katie; Laurence, Robin; McLaughlin, Bryne; Baird, Daniel; Ireland, Ann; Cheetham, Mark; Dault, Gary Michael CanadianArt (Canadian Art) Magazine, Winter 2012, Volume 28, Number 4 - Special Sculpture Issue
Canada Canadian Art 2012 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
144 pages. Jean-Pierre Gauthier and the animate object; Reece Terris lifts construction know-how into high art; Michel de Broin takes his art to Paris and New Orleans; Jessica Stockholder plays with colour and form; Tim Whiten and the elusive magic of making; Christiana Eckart moves painting into sculpture; Jacques Bilodeau's sculpture of engagement. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A sound copy. 
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Baldwin Locomotives, January 1932, Author Not Stated
2 Author Not Stated Baldwin Locomotives, January 1932
Philadelphia, PA The Baldwin Locomotive Works (BLW) 1932 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
72 pages. Features: Single Expansion Articulated Locomotives on the Western Pacific Railroad - with interesting information about the railroad and stunning photos in the Feather River Canyon; Five Baldwin Locomotives for the U.S.S.R. Railways - excellent photos of their fabrication and loading onto ships; Baldwin Locomotives of Historic Interest; The Baldwin-Southwark Corporation - a detailed treatment with many superb photos; An Unusual Order for large Bronze Castings - Manganese Bronze Pipe Castings for New York City's Water Supply System; California Lumber Moves Eastward - short article with photo courtesy of the McCloud River Railroad Company showing the "Shevlin Pine Special"; The History and Development of Locomotive Cranes and Heavy Deck Machinery - Bilingual (English/Spanish) article with amazing photos; Two Locomotive Boilers go Overboard in rough seas off Brazil - with photos; Testing a 4-8-4 Type Locomotive on the Lehigh Valley Railroad - includes very detailed technical specifications/test results; Eliminating the Hot Engine around the Terminal Shop - a new electric spotter is manufactured by the Whiting Corporation; Thirteen pages of excellent photo ads. Average wear. Binding intact. Prior owner's small namestamp atop table of contents. A sound copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
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The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, August (Aug.) 21, 1926 -  The Women of Mexico Awake, Benson, Allan L.; Collins, Joseph; Welliver, J.C.; Barton, William E.; Cameron, Charles D.; Finger, Charles J.; Bowyer, Helen; MacDonald, Paul; barker, S. Omar; Howe, J. Olin; Faris, J.T.
3 Benson, Allan L.; Collins, Joseph; Welliver, J.C.; Barton, William E.; Cameron, Charles D.; Finger, Charles J.; Bowyer, Helen; MacDonald, Paul; barker, S. Omar; Howe, J. Olin; Faris, J.T. The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, August (Aug.) 21, 1926 - The Women of Mexico Awake
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1926 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Fitzgerald, W.O.; Honore, Paul; 
32 pages. Features: The Loneliest Man in New York - an intimate study of Frank A. Munsey by one of his former newspaper executives; Through the colored glasses of Freudism the doctor looks at Judy O'Grady and the Colonel's Lady - and decides that Freud should be repudiated; Building Good Roads by Gasoline - income from tolls, gas tax and licenses pays for U.S. roads; America's Scattered Children - the American flag flies in Alaska and more than halfway across the Pacific on thousands of islands; 'Bad English' is a Heritage from Olden Times - much of the grammar now classed as incorrect has come down to us by word of mouth from the time of Chaucer and before; Henry Ford's Page - understanding how the public mind moves from interest to disinterest; Editorials - the defeat of Mrs. Ferguson in Texas was actually a repudiation of her husband, Jim Ferguson, corn is a huge commodity, taxes hurt the British whisky-making industry; Voyage of the Victoria - The Passage of the Strait (part 9); The Women of Mexico Awake - they claim freedom which their American sisters enjoy; Pity the Poor Baseball Scout! - he deals in human ivory; Phoning in the Woods - photo-illustrated article on phone lines serving fire-fighting Forest Rangers in Montana; Chats with Office Callers - New Yorker article explains how for three times in a row the writer attended church, only to witness the uplifting of those of another religion; Rare Americana in a Unique Setting - the American wing of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York; Some Vanished Towns of Kansas - cities that died before they had lived/State Capital which could not be found; Interesting tree photos inside back cover. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, May 22, 1926 - World War's Effect on the Negro, Boeckmann, Henriette; Arms, L.L.; Collman, Charles A.; Whiting, May B.; Thompson, Huston; Boyer, Townsend; Clifford, F.J.; Smith, Wyman; Finger, Charles J.
4 Boeckmann, Henriette; Arms, L.L.; Collman, Charles A.; Whiting, May B.; Thompson, Huston; Boyer, Townsend; Clifford, F.J.; Smith, Wyman; Finger, Charles J. The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, May 22, 1926 - World War's Effect on the Negro
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1926 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Clarke, W.W.; Graham, J.C.; Seavey, Paul Franklin; Johnson, Harlan; Honore, Paul 
32 pages. Features: When Old Salem Hunted Witches - men and women were put to death on the accusation of little children; The Man Who Fights Alone - "The Cop is the World's Greatest Warrior" - article with statistics of policemen killed on the job; Why I Left New York (part 1) - a middle westerner moves there but is in conflict with its alien atmosphere; Who Pays for Our Radio Programs? - noted economics author explains how national advertisers foot the bill so we can listen-in without charge; Captain Kidd - Pirate-Catcher - the rover is commissioned to capture ships flying the black flag; Mr. (Henry) Ford's Page - no amount of pretense can improve upon the original; Editorials - the time of England's trouble, is the jury system a failure, police death roll, the family is the unit; Woodrow Wilson (part 9) - He refused to be rushed into hasty decisions; World War's Effect Upon the Negro - overseas the colored soldier acquired an entirely new estimate of his importance in the scheme of things; Dry-Farming - The Tragedy of the West - scores of deserted homes stand as mute monuments to the settler's struggle in a land where rain seldom comes; Moonlight Midnight on "Old Tim" - Climbing Mount Timpanogas; The Voyage of the Victoria - part 3 - further adventures of Magellan; Chats with Office Callers; A Dance a Week - Hull's Victory, Lady Walpole's Reel, and Speed the Plow (with piano music for each); amazing photos of strange worldwide professions - a daredevil juggling atop several chairs, rubber tappers in Ceylon demonstrating the herringbone system,Egyptian dervishes passing skewers through their cheeks, and a Korean peddler of earthen ware - carried upon his back! Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Newsweek Magazine, July 12, 1971 - Victory for the Press, Bundy, William P.; Et al
5 Bundy, William P.; Et al Newsweek Magazine, July 12, 1971 - Victory for the Press
New York Newsweek, Inc. 1971 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
92 pages. Features: Nice color-photo ad for the ill-fated Ford Pinto inside front cover; Nice Long Distance ad features photo of Miss Mary Ann Van, Executive Secretary, Arthur Godfrey Productions; Victory for the Press - Supreme Court rules in favor of the press re: government secrecy 'in the national interest'; Joe Columbo is shot in Manhattan; Indonesia moves toward stability; Three cosmonauts die aboard Soyuz 11; Saab 99 car ad; John W. Snyder; Le Duc Tho and Henry Kissinger - a way to end the Vietnam war?; Daniel Ellsburg - the man who started it all; The Secret History of the Vietnam War (Cont'd) - major coverage; Sexy Smirnoff ad features young couple in small boat; Plugging the leaks at the Rand Corporation; Large color photo of Jim Collier in Chase-Manhattan Bank ad; Richard Speck; Soviet Union and Israel discuss resumption of diplomatic relations?; Victor Louis; War in Pakistan; One-page color ad for Chevrolet's disastrous Vega (red); Jim Garrison arrested in New Orleans (with photo); The Vietnam Vogue - fashion article; Photo of Eddie Kasko with Carl Yastrzemski; Muhammad Ali is vindicated by Supreme Court; Dr. Jacob A.O. Preus; GMC Truck ad; Digital Equipment (DEC) and its popular minicomputers; Two-page Ford ad features airbag testing; Switach shoplifting prevention product; NYPD corruption investigation; New younger breed of prostitutes; Semen storage; New Light on Cold Sores; Jane Fonda; The Fillmore East and the Fillmore West are closed by Bill Graham; Golda Meir Has the Masada Complex; and much more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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The Saturday Evening Post, March 9, 1957 - Victor Borge / Inside Defiant Poland / Don Newcombe, Clad, Noel; Lamson, Ruth; Hawskins, John and Ward; Kelly, Pat; Walsh, Thomas; Hottelet, Richart; Tyler, Poyntz; Mannix, Daniel; Newcombe, Don; Mitchell, Mary; Borge, Victor; MacKaye, Milton; Case, Robert
6 Clad, Noel; Lamson, Ruth; Hawskins, John and Ward; Kelly, Pat; Walsh, Thomas; Hottelet, Richart; Tyler, Poyntz; Mannix, Daniel; Newcombe, Don; Mitchell, Mary; Borge, Victor; MacKaye, Milton; Case, Robert The Saturday Evening Post, March 9, 1957 - Victor Borge / Inside Defiant Poland / Don Newcombe
USA The Curtis Publishing Company 1957 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Prins, Ben (cover); Dmitri, Ivan; Peterson, Perry; Kane, Morgan; Atkins, Ollie; Willis, Fritz; Buckham, Lynn; Harris, R.G.; Conner, Mac; 
116 pages. Fiction: Dynamic Woman; Never Trust a Blonde; Too Young to Marry; The Peaceful Rebellion; The Golden Shadow (part 2 of 4); Murder on Order. Articles: Inside Defiant Poland - the astounding change in the ways of Communism under Wladyslaw Gomulka; The Happy Fugitives from Flatbush - American Safety Razor moves from Brooklyn to Staunton, Virginia - article with photos; Living Mysteries of the Deep - color fish photos; I'm No Quitter - Dodger Pitcher Don Newcombe on how it feels to have your courage questioned when you fail in the World Series; Children Are Smarter Than You Think - innovative science teaching at Beauvoir, the elementary school of the National Protestant Episcopal Cathedral in Washington; Everybody Laughs at Me - Victor Borge (part 2 of 4) - with photo of Borge and his wife Sanna walking their poodle in Hutchinson, Kansas; Watery Wilderness Photo; Old Tanker Rides Again - how Major General Ernest Harmon put Vermont's Norwich University back on the academic map. Ads: Nice one-page Kentucky Club tobacco ad features Ted Atkinson; Great color photo two-page ad for De Soto cars; Salem cigarettes; Canadian Pacific Rail - 'The Canadian' dome cars - two-pages in color; Gleem toothpaste (wish a smooch); Campbell's Soup - features color photo of Mrs. Selma Urbonas of Chicago; Great Pontiac ad features purple Star Chief convertible and young beach crowd; Tareyton; National Cash Register - with Kroger theme; Detroit Diesel - foundation-building scene; Admiral fridges - two-pages in color; 1957 Dogde color-photoad features the Custom Royal Lancer 4-door; Heinz new Campside Beans; 7-Up (Seven-Up) ad features couple eating pizza; Two-page GM ad features Donn and Barbara Sigerson who built Allwork Manufacturing in Oakland manufacturing parts for GM; Nice one-page color-photo ad for Studebaker-Packard features a white Studebaker; Dictaphone Time Master; Imperial cars; Dinty Moore Beef Stew; Oldsmobile Golden Rocket 88 Holiday Coupe - nice sailing scene; Cutler-Hammer; Back cover ad for Chesterfield cigarettes features color photo of the world's biggest pizza! Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, 15 September (Sept.) 1951 - Sir James Hamet Dunn / Mary Pickford's Amazing Mother, Clare, John; Dugan, James; Collins, Bob; Bendigo, James; Miksch, W.F.; Carmichael, Douglas; Marshall, Stephen; et al
7 Clare, John; Dugan, James; Collins, Bob; Bendigo, James; Miksch, W.F.; Carmichael, Douglas; Marshall, Stephen; et al Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, 15 September (Sept.) 1951 - Sir James Hamet Dunn / Mary Pickford's Amazing Mother
Toronto Maclean Hunter / Key Publishers 1951 First Edition Single Issue Magazine Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Arbuckle, Franklin; Cahen, Oscar; GRD; Whalley, Peter 
84 pages. Features: Cover illustration by Franklin Arbuckle of Nootka native holding huge salmon by dock; Colour-photo ad for Allis-Chalmers Rumely shows 20-ton crawler building road; The Last of the Multimillionaires, Sir James Dunn - great photo-illustrated article; Canadian John Clare is mistakenly arrested in Jackson Mississippi - police thought he was communist organizer Gus Hall; Charlotte Smith of Toronto bullied and cajoled movie-makers until they turned her daughter, Mary Pickford, into "America's Sweetheart"; Must Europe Go Red From Hunger?; The Most Beautiful Girl I've Ever Known (fiction); I've Quit the City for Keeps - Toronto streetcar operator John Ewing moves his family to the shore of Lake Manitouwabing in the Parry Sound district; Tobacco Town - Delhi, Ontario; Everybody Falls for Angie (fiction); What You Should Know About a Bath; Austin car ad; Nice colour one-page ad for the Pontiac Chieftain '8' deluxe 4-door (dark green); Jergens ad features photos of Jane Russell from film 'His Kind of Woman'; One-page ad for Chevrolet trucks; Prest-O-Lite ad features Yogi Berra; Molson's ad features home improvement tips by Tom Gard; Photo of Timagami Postmaster Hamm with Grey Owl's first wife Angele and her young daughter; Colour Studebaker ad inside back cover features Commander V-8 (green); Charming back cover colour Coke ad shows young people around pop cooler; and more. Four center pages loose but present. Unmarked with moderate wear. A nice vintage copy. 
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Country Gentleman - America's Foremost Rural Magazine, November (Nov.) 1948: Ohio Bride and Groom, Dietz, Lew; Smith, Hannah; Constiner, Merle
8 Dietz, Lew; Smith, Hannah; Constiner, Merle Country Gentleman - America's Foremost Rural Magazine, November (Nov.) 1948: Ohio Bride and Groom
USA Curtis Pub Co 1948 First Edition Single Issue Magazine Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Calvert, Walter; Hall, Tom 
192 pages. Features: The perils of prosperity; A system that makes hog sense; Don't underrate brother rat; Are sheep on the way out?; Push-button chores; Prepackaging moves toward the farm; The Wunder Wagon; They're farming by plane; To beat weeds in grain; Ohio Bride and Groom - Gerald and Beulah Parpster of Ashland County, Ohio - nice photo-illustrated article; Community-service bank - Bendersville National Bank of Adams County, PA; Triumph of the trees; Forecasts to help you fight plant diseases; Irrigated pastures; Photo of Martin Burkholder of Lancaster County, PA who recently sold his land for possibly a record price of $995/acre; and more. Ads: Texaco ad features photos of the England Brothers' farm at Brookshire, TX, including their dehydrator; B.F. Goodrich ad includes photo of Edwin R. Kent of Juniata, Nebraska; Lee jeans; Oldsmobile; Jeep; GM; New Idea equipment; 1949 Frazer Manhattan car; Gorgeous color-photo ad for John Deere tractors; Photo of S.C. Cracraft of Jackson, MO in Hood boot ad; Dodge trucks; Life insurance ad features photos of the Walter Melott family of San Jose, CA; Blue Bell denim; Admiral phonograph; Ford tractors (2 pages); Gibson tractors; Norge fridges; Modess (nice color illustration of lady reclining in chair); Lux ad with Linda Darnell and Rex Harrison; Satina ad with photo of Mrs. P.F. McEwan of Chicago; and more. Heavy external wear with loss to front cover and back cover missing. Bit of writing on front cover. Contents intact. A worthy reference copy. 
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Telephone Talk, Magazine of the British Columbia Telephone Company (B.C. Tel), November - December, 1958, Drummond-Hay, C.R.: Editor; Love, Peggy
9 Drummond-Hay, C.R.: Editor; Love, Peggy Telephone Talk, Magazine of the British Columbia Telephone Company (B.C. Tel), November - December, 1958
Vancouver, B.C. British Columbia Telephone Company (B.C. Tel) 1958 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Flett, Agnes; Chesterman, R.P.; Moonen, F.H. 
36 pages. Cover photo of Pat James. Contents: Christmas greetings from Mr. McLean, head of the company, inside front cover; Photos of D.C. Watt, Earl T. Squire and T.D. Owen-Turner; Details of construction around the province, with photo of new structure in Keating on Vancouver Island being built by Farmer Construction; Treasury cheques now processed by I.B.M. - with photos of the new technology at work; Ladysmith Conversion to dial service - with one-page photo of Mrs. Laura Ryan removing her operator headset for the last time, plus 8 more photos showing Tom McCormick, Doug Baigent, Kerry Condon, Stuart Telford, Chrissie Robertson, E.R. Walker, Martha Watson, Adelaide Willmon, W.F. Matthews, L.A. Huxtable, Don Morison and Koos Rauwerda; Aerial photo of construction of the new William Farrell Building in downtown Vancouver; Retirement photos of Lloyd Purdy and Percy Crute; June Watt appears in advertising photo used to sell extension phones; Victoria 2-5 Conversion - with 5 photos including Gerry Barber, Herb Peters, Pete Fouldes, Ken Findler, Cliff Adams, Lorne Bradshaw and Ed Pierson; Transistor 10 years old; Photos of the Telephone Choral Society plus head shots of 8 of its key people, Florence Allen, Kathleen Russell, Connie Busby, Campbell, Buchanan, Dorothy Healy, John McCabe, Shirley MacDonald and Early Harison; Photo of Norman Fisher and one of his innovations; Photo of Mike Perkins holding new electronics; Recent department moves; Article and related photos relating to Mr. and Mrs. Herb Fletcher and their dachshund called "Grief"; Photo of mobile phone exchange owned by North-West Telephone Co. being used at Chetwynd; Interesting two-page photo-illustrated article on how microwave sites are being prepared for winter's onslaught; Magnetic tape solves problem for CBC in Calgary; Group Annuity Plan details; Roy Grigg, Dan Holliday, William Mackie, Doris Lacey and Florence Grull retire; Photo of new Prince George North-west Telephone Company office with 'sidewalk view' of racks; Photo of Ron McIntyre and Vern Kunkerson repairing lightning damage to cable spanning the Columbia river at Trail; several yellow pages ads; Photo of new B.C. Telephone Teletype Service VW (Volkswagen) service and installation van, utilized because of its double side-loading doors and low floor; Sports photos; Surprise shower photo of Miss Armande Levasseur with Annie Guranich and Marjorie Laughlin; Photo of Ladysmith chief operator Miss Christine Robertson cutting the old wire cord to her phone as her new dial service goes live; and more. Moderate wear. Binding intact. A sound copy. 
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Aviation Engineering and Aircraft Servicing (Magazine), With Which is Consolidated Airway Age - The Technical Journal of the Aeronautical Industry, February (Feb.) 1932 -  The Buhl Pusher Type Autogiro, Epstein, A.; Marshall, A.; Galloway, R.; Appel, A.; Teichmann, F.; Willgoos, A.; Haifter, M.; Lloyd, A.; LaSha, S.; Hall, R.; Warrender, L.
10 Epstein, A.; Marshall, A.; Galloway, R.; Appel, A.; Teichmann, F.; Willgoos, A.; Haifter, M.; Lloyd, A.; LaSha, S.; Hall, R.; Warrender, L. Aviation Engineering and Aircraft Servicing (Magazine), With Which is Consolidated Airway Age - The Technical Journal of the Aeronautical Industry, February (Feb.) 1932 - The Buhl Pusher Type Autogiro
USA Aircraft Engineering 1932 First Edition Single Issue Magazine Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
54 pages. Features: Front cover Thompson Valves ad commemorates Clyde Pangborn and Hugh Herndon and their record-setting Trans-Pacific flight from Sabishiro Beach, Japan to Wenatchee, Washington in 1931; Analysis of Landing Gear Fittings; Installation of Radial Air-Cooled Engines; Manufacturing Light Planes; Design Refinements in Bird Planes; Welded Tubing and Streamlined Struts; Pratt & Whitney's New Fuel Injection System; The Buhl Pusher Type Autogiro; Inspection Gauges used in Engine Production; New Planes; Comments on Stress Analysis and Design; Selection, Care and Maintenance of Porcelain Spark Plugs; Material Control in Chain Airport Operation; General Aviation Moves into new Factory; Thompson Valves ad on page 8 recounts the Giant Dornier DO-X and its many flights beginning in Friedrichshafen in November 1930 under the command of Friedrich Christiansen; many more nostalgic ads; Nice centerfold ad by the Curtiss-Wright Corporation boasts of their Facilities and Services across America; Nice photo ad for Wright Aeronautical documents their sale of engines to Swissair in 1929; Wasp & Hornet Engines ad features great photo of Sikorsky S-40 in flight; Autogiro ad inside back cover includes testimonial by Leslie B. Cooper (Kellett K-2 Augogiro) who landed in the backhard of a farmhouse near Syracuse after running out of fuel; Nice Stinson Aircraft ad on the back with photos of their new Model R; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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Maclean's - Canada's Weekly Newsmagazine, February (Feb.) 12, 1996 - British Columbia's Quiet Revolution, Gordon, Charles; Newman, Peter; et al
11 Gordon, Charles; Newman, Peter; et al Maclean's - Canada's Weekly Newsmagazine, February (Feb.) 12, 1996 - British Columbia's Quiet Revolution
Toronto Maclean-Hunter Limited 1996 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
96 pages. Features: British Columbia struggles to find its way to influence national debates - feature article with photos and contributions by Roy Henry Vickers, Jack Shadbolt, Jenny Kwan, Arthur Erickson and Tina VanderHeyden; Glen Clark and Gordon Campbell battle to lead B.C.; Raising the Canadian National Unity Stakes - Ottawa endorses the concept of Quebec partition; Battle Over Borders - Splitting Up Quebec; Ontario Hydro moves towards a sell-off of its assets; Newfoundland Premier Brian Tobin; Race for the Republican Presidential Nomination - with photo of Steve Forbes; Ethnic Fighting in Burundi; Nokia cell phone ad; Canadian Airlines struggles against Air Canada; Mergers in Canada's Mutual Fund industry; The Loewen Group's near death in Mississippi; Many pages of ads by mutual fund companies; Paul Martin says No Flat Tax; Passing of Gene Kelly, Joseph Brodsky and Sally Gribble; David Parr of the Paramount Strip Club in New Westminster offers free dance lessons; Ontario Teachers and Students Fight Back Against Provincial Cuts to Education - article with photo of John Snobelen; Plan to relocate wolves from Fort St. John, BC to the U.S. draws ranchers' wrath; Photo-illustrated article on figure skater Josee Chouinard; Magic Johnson returns to play for the L.A. Lakers (color photo); Bolstering the CBC; and more. Average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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Clear Magazine - Fashion/Design: Vol 3, No. 3, Kalafatic, Ivana
12 Kalafatic, Ivana Clear Magazine - Fashion/Design: Vol 3, No. 3
USA V Publications 2003 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Emin (cover photo) 
95 pages. Features: Speed Racer; La Cage Noire; Bax; The Jester; Put it on the Barbie; New Frontiers; Stay Seated; Human(e) Moves; Friendly Terms; New Threads; Building Blocks; In Your Pocket; Mainly Moooi; Vacuum Packed; Like Clockwork. Clean, bright and unmarked with light wear. A nice copy of this beautiful issue. 
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Aviation Engineering (Magazine) - The Technical Journal of the Aeronautical Industry, June 1929 - Radio Teleophony As Applied to Aircraft, Kartveli, Alexander; Chagniard, Edmund; Goldman, Sidney H.; Freeman, Robert H.; Sisco, F.T.; Monteith, C.N.
13 Kartveli, Alexander; Chagniard, Edmund; Goldman, Sidney H.; Freeman, Robert H.; Sisco, F.T.; Monteith, C.N. Aviation Engineering (Magazine) - The Technical Journal of the Aeronautical Industry, June 1929 - Radio Teleophony As Applied to Aircraft
New York City Bryan Davis Publishing Co., Ltd. 1929 First Edition Single Issue Magazine Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
48 pages. Features: Analysis of Torsional Stresses in Airplane Wings - a method by which, through simple layouts and calculations the mutual action of the spars can be computed; Engineering Organization; Radio Telephony as Applied to Aircraft - a description of the radiophone equipment developed by the Communications Department of the Boeing Air Transport System - article with photos, including Eddie Allen wearing special microphone mounting which moves with his head; Aircraft Steel Problems - a discussion of failures in Steel Aircraft Parts, investigated by the Metallurgical Laboratory at Wright Field; Fundamental Aerodynamics (last instalment) - a study of resistance due to parts of the airplane other than the wings; Soundproofing of Airplane Cabine; Book Reviews; New Aircraft - with photos of the B-5 Mahoney-Ryan brougham and Kinner Powered American Eagle; News of the Industry; Airports and Airways; New Developments; Los Angeles County ad attracting aviation companies; many vintage ads. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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Country Gentleman - America's Foremost Rural Magazine, October (Oct.) 1948: Too Many Italians, Too Little Land, Kelland, Clarence Budington; Cave, Hugh B.; Constiner, Merle
14 Kelland, Clarence Budington; Cave, Hugh B.; Constiner, Merle Country Gentleman - America's Foremost Rural Magazine, October (Oct.) 1948: Too Many Italians, Too Little Land
USA Curtis Pub Co 1948 First Edition Single Issue Magazine Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Griffith, W.C. 
200 pages. Features: His feet are on the land - Republican presidential nominee Tom Dewey and his Dapplemere Farm of Pawling, NY; A program to end the farmer-hunter feud; Newcastle immunity for your flocks; Too many Italians, too little land - fascinating photo-illustrated article from Italy says "the fight against communism goes right back to food and the farm"; Cown Town, USA - Kansas City, MO; Riskproof cattle feeding; Home of the Dairy-Minded - The farm family of George and Mary Petersen of Wright County, Minnesota; He put his faith in hens - Professor James (Jimmy) E. Rice; Tom Cornwell and his farm shop that paid for itself near Shelby, NC; Quality homes you can afford; How to trap a coyote; Paving the road from producer to consumer; The Brahman moves north - Paul Cornelius and Dr. Glen H. Copeland of Antelope Valley of Mono County, CA; and more. Ads: Ipana ad features mother Pat Boyd and son Bruce of Montclair, NJ; Texaco ad includes photos of Mr. Fay Mowery's pasture fertilizing invention at Almeda, TX; B.F. Goodrich ad with nice photo of George E. Goodwin near Warrensburg, MO; Sparton radio; GM; Jane Wyman in Chesterfield cigarette ad; Ford truck ad features apple grower Jim Young of New Mexico; Studebaker truck; 1949 Kaiser cars (color); Chevrolet trucks; Hood boot ad with photo of Earl E. Myers of Belle Plaine, IA; N.A.M. ad features photo of Ed Taintor of Lake Worth, FL; Greyhound bus lines (color); Ferguson tractors; Nice two-page Chrysler color ad with pastoral scene; Blue Bell denim ad with photo of Homer Willis of KS; Lombard chainsaws; Gibson tractors; Dearborn stoves; Cone denim; Camel cigarette ad on back cover features color photos with blonde trophy angler Andrea L. Hammer; and more. Loss to top corner of front cover, otherwise unmarked with average wear. A worthy reference copy. 
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Country Gentleman - America's Foremost Rural Magazine, February (Feb.) 1949: Undulant Fever - Menace to Farm Families, Kelland, Clarence Budington; Wire, Harold Channing; Gardner, Erle Stanley; et al
15 Kelland, Clarence Budington; Wire, Harold Channing; Gardner, Erle Stanley; et al Country Gentleman - America's Foremost Rural Magazine, February (Feb.) 1949: Undulant Fever - Menace to Farm Families
USA Curtis Pub Co 1949 First Edition Single Issue Magazine Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Pott, Rudy 
180 pages. Features: Cover photo of the Richard L. Stevensen farm in Hunterdon County, NJ; Undulant Fever - a menace to farm families; Don't lose dollars with dirty milk; Legumes are in trouble; Azalea Man; They Tamed the Desert - The Thain family farm of Cache Valley, Utah; What is a good hereford?; How do you market your livestock?; Making the most of the farm shop; Lumps in the stomach of the Russian bear - interesting photo-illustrated article reports "a hard core of farmer resistance blocks communist moves toward a collectivized agriculture in satellite Poland and Czechoslovakia; Pioneer for rural health - Doctor George F. Bond helps bring a modern health center to Hickory Nut Valley, NC; When insects go berserk; Hybrid onions come of age; and more. Ads: Texaco ad features novel plow invented by Mr. Selden G. Washburn of Goodwin, SD; B.F. Goodrich ad features Lew Wildin of Winterset, IA; GE radios; Oldsmobile; GMC trucks (color); Farmall Cub (color photos); Chesterfield cigaratte ad with prominent photo of Joan Fontaine plus tobacco grower Van W. Daniel of Ruffin, NC; 1949 Ford cars (color); Oliver crawler tractors; Studebaker trucks (color); Buick; Lee work wear; Jeep; Case equipment; Ford Trucks ad features trout farmer Horace Frantz of Colorado Springs and Salida, CO; Ferguson tractors; Nice one-page Massey Harris tractor ad; New Holland hay rake - 2 pages; Oshkosh B'gosh; Gibson tractors; Minneapolis-Moline "Z" tractor; Harley-Davidson with Hydra-Glide Fork; Greyhound bus (color). Tape repairs to covers which are pulling from staples, otherwise unmarked with average wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Harper's Magazine, January 1939, Multiple Contributors
16 Multiple Contributors Harper's Magazine, January 1939
USA Harper & Brothers 1939 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
108 pages (112-220). Features: England moves toward Fascism; "Would Miss (Ida) Tarbell See Mr. Rogers?"; Can Germany win the Balkans?; The TVA and the Utilities; The Blackest Night; The Bacons and the Hazards; The Strange Ways of Allergy; New England Hurricane; Forty-Third Division (Part II of a story by Ralph Bates); One Man's Meat; The Easy Chair; and more. Nice color Cunard Star ad inside front cover. Colour ad for Lucky Strike cigarettes on back cover features tobacco buyer James Walker. Average wear. Unmarked. Chipping/openings to foot of spine. 
Price: 99.95 USD
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Maclean's Magazine, January 27, 1962 *ROBERT GOULET COVER PHOTO*, Multiple Contributors
17 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, January 27, 1962 *ROBERT GOULET COVER PHOTO*
Canada Maclean's Magazine 1962 First Edition Paperback Fair Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: Is it the Boss that's wrong with business? - business is slipping and some of Canada's ablest executives are saying it's time to crack down on overmanagement, half-educated managers and payrolls padded at the top; What a decent government can do in Latin America - the people of Puerto Rico benefit from Luis Munoz Marin and Operation Bootstrap; Robert Goulet - the life and times of a hot property; In High Places - part 2 of Arthur Hailey's new novel; The unmarried wives - more Canadian men and women are living together without the formality of a marriage; Form Chart on Hobbies - who's in front in the $3 billion-a-year scramble to find newer and better ways to pass spare time; Memoirs of a fortnight in French - an English-speaking writer moves in with a small Quebec City family and learns how it feels to be the stupid one for a change. Colour ad for the 1962 Acadian inside back cover. Above-average wear. Water damage. A worthy reference copy. 
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Maclean's Magazine, July 24, 1965 *COVER PHOTO OF TOMMY DOUGLAS*, Multiple Contributors
18 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, July 24, 1965 *COVER PHOTO OF TOMMY DOUGLAS*
Toronto Maclean-Hunter Limited 1965 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Will the NDP shake up Parliament?; Canadian Peter Jennings moves to ABC News in New York; Halifax's Negro slum of Africville is afraid of integration; The Gaspe - holiday trails; Backwater War - the US sends 30,000 troops to the Dominican Republic; Live like a millionaire - on a boat; Canada's Instant Language - James Evans brought Inuktitut to the native peoples of Canada; Dig those crazy Skurfers/Skateboarders; Gerald Stevens on Canadiana; and more. Average wear. A sound copy. 
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Maclean's Magazine, June 27, 1983: *COVER PHOTO OF CHARLES AND DIANA*, Multiple Contributors
19 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, June 27, 1983: *COVER PHOTO OF CHARLES AND DIANA*
Toronto Maclean Hunter 1983 First Edition Paperback Fair 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Contents: Nice Jetta ad on page 3; Photo of Gretzky and Pocklington; Saudi Arabia to open its first Saudi-designed amusement park - "Islamized" amusements; Burnout agony in Uranium City, Saskatchewan; Fred Bruning on the new business of "Dialling for Titillation" (a.k.a. phone sex); Feature article - The Royal Superstars - lovely photos; Mulroney begins reuniting the Conservative Party; Pope John Paul II's Polish Odyssey - article with great photos; Power plays in the Kremlin - Andropov ailing; Push for Israeli pullback from Lebanon; Paul Volcker reappointed as chairman of the Federal Reserve; Craxi's quest for victory in Italy; Leslie Nielsen marries Shelley Coxford; Jan Kerouac - daughter of Jack; China's new economic revolution; Second wave debt crisis in Mexico; Investigation concludes into Conrad Black and Norcen's takeover of Hanna Mining; Peter C. Newman on Japan - Their carmakers will soon be off-shoring; Sally Ride breaks the sex barrier - Space shuttle astronaut; Vancouver's new B.C. Place - Canada's first covered stadium; Opening of Queen's Quay Terminal in Toronto; Morgantaler's crusade moves east; The Race for the America's Cup begins - Canada 1 and helmsman Terry McLaughlin; Epidemic striking Rocky Mountain Bighorn in B.C.'s East Kootenay region; Canada's C Channel goes under - death of an underdog; Fotheringham provides 29 things you never knew about Brian Mulroney. Unmarked. Average wear but covers taped on. 
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Maclean's Magazine: Bound Issues July 1, 1985 Through September 30, 1985, Multiple Contributors
20 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine: Bound Issues July 1, 1985 Through September 30, 1985
Canada Maclean Hunter 1985 First Edition Hardcover Very Good Former Library Copy 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Over one inch thick. Some of the many topics include: Beirut Hostages; American Protectionism; Sting; Closing the Levesque Era; Air India Flight 182 is blown up; Peter Loughheed's Legacy; Office Politics; Jenilee Harrison; Judy Chicago; Paul Desmarais (?) stalks Southam Inc.; Forty Years after Hiroshima; Nagasaki then and now; Fighting the fires of Summer; Boris Becker wins Wimbledon; Tina Turner; Reagan's surgery; Tears are not enough - starvation in Africa - Live Aid; Prairie Drought; Moves to buy Gulf Canada; South Africa Under Seige - the world debates sanctions; Bryan Adams - Superstar; Rock Hudson and AIDS; Toyota announces plans for Canadian plant; Debating Star Wars; Whale Watching; New Terror of AIDS; Paul Reichmann and his brothers buy Gulf Canada; Recovery in Tibet; The Race to Dominate the Arctic - the Polar Sea in Canada's north; Pierre Marc Johnson; Maple Leaf coins gain in popularity vs. the Krugerrand; Apartheid inferno in South Africa; Two-day Major League Baseball Strike; The Crisis of Canada's Water; Mulroney's first visit to B.C.; Year of the Dragon - Movie by Michael Cimino; The Takeover Frenzy; Botha's defiant stand; Cover photo of The Boss - Bruce Springsteen; Mulroney Cabinet Shuffle; War in Afghanistan; Pressure on Canada's wheat industry; Hard days for Canada's Navy; Special Report on Mulroney's Second Year; Pia Zadora; South Africa - a nation on the brink; Beer Battle; Quebec's garish crime press; Free Trade - climax to a historic debate; Swedes prepare to elect a new government; Canada's rapidly vanishing wilderness; Agnes of God - film; Joshua - Canada's costliest movie; Travels of Joseph Savimbi in Angola; Collapse of the Canadian Commercial Bank; Marcel Masse; Cover Photo - The Blue Jays race to the World Series; Mexico's week of death; The Tainted Tuna Scandal; TV Shows; Fishing Treasures of the Bow River. Light wear. Firmly bound. Few library markings. 
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