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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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Telephone Talk, Magazine of the British Columbia Telephone Company (B.C. Tel), November - December, 1958, Drummond-Hay, C.R.: Editor; Love, Peggy
7 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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Maclean's - Canada's Weekly Newsmagazine, February (Feb.) 12, 1996 - British Columbia's Quiet Revolution, Gordon, Charles; Newman, Peter; et al
8 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
9 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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Harper's Magazine, January 1939, Multiple Contributors
10 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. 
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Maclean's Magazine, January 27, 1962 *ROBERT GOULET COVER PHOTO*, Multiple Contributors
11 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
12 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
13 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
14 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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Newsweek Magazine, December 3, 1945, Multiple Contributors
15 Multiple Contributors Newsweek Magazine, December 3, 1945
USA Newsweek 1945 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Contents: Color ad for 'Ask for Ethyl'; Bankers Trust ad - Buy Victory Bonds; Babcock & Wilcox ad - bombs and beauty aids need steam; Color ad for Ford trucks; Color ad for 1946 Packard cars; Auto strike raises new issue for Industrial Wars in America - the nation's biggest union asks stake in affairs of management by cry of 'Let's see the books'; Mrs. Damato of Shenandoah, Pa. christens the U.S.S. Damato - she lost two sons in the war; Photo of James Hendrix, Army hero; Matt Kimes - cop killer; Why the Fleet could not retreat to the West Coast - Admiral William V. Pratt; Congressional Investigation of the Pearl Harbor attack; Where the War Cause Lies - Japan; Nice color ad for General Tire; Color ad for the Aeroprop division of GM; Ezra Pound returns to the US to face charges of treason - with photo; The Federation of Atomic Scientists; Native world from Zion to Java stirred by nationalist little wars; 4 photos of Japan's Hirohito visiting the shrines of Ise to report Japan's defeat to his predecessors; Thorez, red architect of France; the Nuremberg Tribunal - with labelled photo of 20 defendants in their courtroom positions; two photos of Eva Braun; War-Winning Old Guard Begins Exodus from Top Service Jobs - retirements of Staff Chief and Fleet Commander are first of many peacetime moves; Super color centerfold for the new 1946 Chevrolet; Seabees dig in darkly for spell with Eskimos - Navy installations in the far north; Photo of the real Kilroy; C.D. Howe has his fingers in many pies; Canada's Baby Bonus; Heavy heavy over stock boom hangs wage-price policy delay; Inventor Gilbert Brereton and ramie; S. DeWitt Cough, President of Abbott Laboratories, calls for national health care; Robert Benchley 1889-1945; Color ad for teh Douglas DC-6; The reality of Salvador Dali; Unusual color Monsanto ad on back cover features young lovely speaking into a huge contemporary walkie-talkie. Average wear. Unmarked. Address label atop front cover. A sound copy. 
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Newsweek Magazine, November 5, 1945 *Red Army Man - His Yearnings Figure in Russia's Mysterious Moves*, Multiple Contributors
16 Multiple Contributors Newsweek Magazine, November 5, 1945 *Red Army Man - His Yearnings Figure in Russia's Mysterious Moves*
USA Weekly Publications 1945 First Edition Paperback Fair 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Greatest Navy on Earth provides a pageant of power for Truman policy outline - with photo of commissioning of giant carrier Franklin D. Roosevelt; Photo of a million people in Central Park listening to the President; Zionists assail 'ambiguity and delay' on Palestine at a New York Rally - with photo and text; Detroit Mayoralty Race - Gerald L.K. Smith, Jeffries, William Z. Foster, Frankensteen; Red Army's odd ways in peace tilt course of Russian Diplomacy; Photos of tough market life in Warsaw, Poland; Japanese Zaibatsu to be abolished; President Achmed Sukarno of Indonesia; Outer Mongolia now 'independent'; Services war unity flies apart under shock of the atom bomb; Discrimination against blacks in Britain; photo of car down lakefront ravine in Scarborough, Ontario; Labor-Management parley to fix labor strife re: wage-hour questions; Meter, Yard or EII? - Swedish compromise would shift measurement unit to end conflict; and more. Average wear. Address label on front cover. Evidence of moisture exposure to last ten pages or so. A sound copy. 
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Old West Magazine - Summer 1967 *SPECIAL GHOST TOWN ISSUE*, Multiple Contributors
17 Multiple Contributors Old West Magazine - Summer 1967 *SPECIAL GHOST TOWN ISSUE*
USA Western Publications Inc. 1967 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: complete reprint of rare book "Tales of the West" by Frank W. Calkins; Elkhorn - Montana's amazing ghost town; Stolen Bullion of Indian Ridge - taken from 'Golden Treasures of the San Juan' by John B. Marshall and Temple H. Cornelius; Arizona's Toughest Ranger - Jeff Kidder; The Barker Family looks at the old days - a family moves west/'call-cattle' of the mountains; Utah's Unknown - the Newfoundland Mountains in Utah; The Goldrush follies; Battle at Ball's Ranch, Texas; The Big Old Red Ants of Cow Country - Bert Judia; Where the Gold Turned from Yellow to Green - Idaho's Clearwater country got a second chance; Wells Fargo and the Concord; Lore of Lynx Creek - stray bullet kills a community; 'Cash up' Davis' love affair - his hotel south of Spokane; Garry Owen - the pride of Fort Bliss; Cottonwood Tales of central Kansas; Thirty Days in a Rut - early motor journeys; A Raft of Trouble for the Wrong Train - the Percy train robbers of Wyoming; Lost Fort of the Cimarron; Mrs. Burton's macabre ordeal courtesy of Peter A. Vallat, French Creole born in New Orleans. Clean and unmarked with light wear. Nice copy. 
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Old West Magazine: Winter 1979, Multiple Contributors
18 Multiple Contributors Old West Magazine: Winter 1979
USA Western Publications Inc. 1979 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Two Ugly Men - Glanton, the brutal scalp hunter, and Naked Horse, the vengeful Yuma chief, fought to the death for control of the mighty Colorado; Homesteaders' Saturday Night - in the sand hills west of North Platte, Nebraska; Meanest Town on the Coast - Madison, Texas; He Lived with the Barrens - John Hornby; Captain Jack - a stray in the family line - Orren Arms Curtis; Tensleep Raid - the raiding and burning of a sheep camp threw the Big Horn Basin country of Wyoming into a turmoil of accusations, hatred and murder!; Unleaded Horse Flesh - Did we shut the stable door to soon?; Trapped in a Snowbank - Grandfather Dickinson moves his young family to Lyon County, Minnesota in 1872; Rekindling Camp Fires - The Exploits of Ben Arnold (Connor) (Wa-si-cu Tam-a-he-ca) - Part II; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. Address label removal from front cover opened a hole 1" x 3" which has been taped over. Otherwise a sound copy. 
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The Canadian Magazine, 11 July 1970 *BIll COLE'S PLAN FOR AN ENCORE*, Multiple Contributors
19 Multiple Contributors The Canadian Magazine, 11 July 1970 *BIll COLE'S PLAN FOR AN ENCORE*
Toronto Southstar 1970 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: What Canadians don't like about each other; Wives who live with fear - some men aren't happy unless they're risking their lves... but for their wives, it's a different story - Monique Ouellet, Sheila Roberts, Beverly Lancaster, Krysia Reid, Lana Dodds, Annie Vallis, Margaret Ion; My name is Rosemary Radcliffe - and I'm not making faces just for the fun of it; Bill Cole will jump off the highest building in Canada for $20,000; When you see the same movie 1,045 times - Projectionists Sam Bowes and Wally Brown will miss "2001- A Space Odyssey" when it moves on from Toronto's Glendale Cinerama; The Problems of Being Establishment - if you're one of Nova Scotia's Olands, you're 'expected' to make beer - The Oland Family; Maggie Grant; Doug Wright's Family. Clean and unmarked with average wear. A quality copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, September 5, 1965, Multiple Contributors
20 Multiple Contributors The New York Times Magazine, September 5, 1965
New York The New York Times Company 1965 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: If Ho Chih Minh's Army Moves South in Force...; William F. Buckley seeks the Mayor's job in New York; The Wonder is There have been So Few Riots - American Racism; The Way it Was in the London Blitz - Londoners look back with nostalgia; Saga of Greta Lovisa Gustafsson (Garbot); TV Shows for the new season - Eagle in a Cage with Trevor Howard, The Steve Lawrence Show, I Spy with Bill Cosby and Robert Culp, Henry Moore - Man of Form, Trials of O'Brien - Peter Falk, and Jimmy Durante meets the Lively Arts; Feliciano Bejar's Special Niche in Mexico. Unmarked. Average wear. A sound copy. 
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