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Baldwin (Locomotives), Second Quarter, 1946, Author Not Stated
1 Author Not Stated Baldwin (Locomotives), Second Quarter, 1946
Philadelphia, PA The Baldwin Locomotive Works (BLW) 1946 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
32 pages. Features: A Message from Baldwin; The Pennsylvania Railroad Company Centenary - article with illustrations of the many locomotives which have served it; World's Largest Plate Mill - Lukens Steel Company - illustrated article; Baldwin Steam Trams in New Zealand; Just Pictures; Special Delivery - amazing photos and captions describe the job of the Messenger, whose job it was to deliver new locomotives from plant to customer; The Second Nisqually Power Development - La Grande Power House near Tacoma, WA - great photos and article; A Veteran Returns - the tanker USS Kaloli returns from Navy service in the Pacific to resume service as the Flying A - photos with article. Average wear. Prior owner's faint name stamp atop table of contents. A sound vintage copy. 
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Baldwin Locomotives, April 1929, Author Not Stated
2 Author Not Stated Baldwin Locomotives, April 1929
Philadelphia, PA The Baldwin Locomotive Works (BLW) 1929 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
76 pages. Features: Record Breaking Locomotive in the Argentine Republic - The "Big Bus"; A New Baldwin Dynamometer Car for the Central Railway of Brazil - very detailed article with many excellent photos; J. Snowden Bell - Obituary with photo; The St. Louis-San Francisco Railway and its motive power - long article with many great photos; The Modern Clasp Brake - detailed bilingual (English/Spanish) article supported by excellent graphics; The Great Northern Railway's New Cascade Tunnel - informative article and photos of this great engineering achievement; Erecting the New Terminal Section of the Sorocabana Railway at Sao Paulo, Brazil; Recent Locomotives; A Novel Pumping Plant in the Grand Canyon - article with great photos; The McCollum-Peters Electric Telemeter - great technical article with photos; The Thunder Lake Lumber Company of Rhinelander, Wisconsin - great article with archival photos; Development of Locomotive Boiler Stays; Ten pages of excellent photo ads. Average external soiling and wear. Binding intact. Prior owner's small namestamp atop table of contents and page 5. A sound vintage copy. 
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Baldwin Locomotives, April 1932, Author Not Stated
3 Author Not Stated Baldwin Locomotives, April 1932
Philadelphia, PA The Baldwin Locomotive Works (BLW) 1932 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
72 pages. Features: The North Western Railway of India - Lengthy article with dozens of wonderful photos; How New Locomotives Pay for Themselves through Savings in Maintenance; Locomotive Feed Water Devices - article with photos and many detailed diagrams; Designing a Modern Ice Plant- informative article with many photos; Huge 66" 50-ton Gate Valve for use beneath New York City; Ship by Rail - promoting the use of railways for shipping; The First Baldwin Locomotives for Persia - interesting details about Persia's rail system - 4 Mogul (2-6-0) units ordered; The History and Development of Locomotive Crains and Heavy Deck Machinery - informative bilingual (English/Spanish) article with great vintage photos; Twelve 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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Baldwin Locomotives, October 1928, Author Not Stated
4 Author Not Stated Baldwin Locomotives, October 1928
Philadelphia, PA The Baldwin Locomotive Works (BLW) 1928 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
84 pages. Features: Where do good locomotives go when they die?; The Western Maryland Railway - very long article with dozens of super photos; James McNaughton - obituary; Locomotive Coal, Sand and Cinder Handling Facilities - article and wonderful photos of contemporary technology; The Island of Jamaica and its Railway system - Substantial article with many great photos; Recent locomotives; The Building of a large flanging press - superlative article and photos describe the fabrication of a 1,400 ton Southwark press destined for use in the Eddystone plant; An Epoch in the History of Industry - June 28 marked the completion of the final transfer of the Works from Philadelphia to Eddystone - extensive coverage and numerous photos; The Commonwealth Edison Company and the Chicago & Illinois Midland Railway - article with photos; Heavy Trains and runs on the Chinese Eastern Railway - lengthy article with many archival photos - superb documentation; A Notable Shipment of All-Steel Passenger Equipment for Brazil - fascinating photos and description of the loading of 23 rail cars onto the motorship "Belpareil"; A Unique Logging Railroad - the Porterfield & Ellis Company of Ontonagon County, Michigan - interesting article and photos; Gasoline Locomotives for Industrial Switching - built by Whitcomb; Ten pages of excellent photo ads. Average external soiling and wear. Binding intact. Prior owner's small namestamp atop table of contents. A sound vintage copy. 
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Railway Signaling Magazine, September 1946, Author Not Stated
5 Author Not Stated Railway Signaling Magazine, September 1946
Chicago Simmons-Boardman 1946 First Edition Paperback Fair 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
pages 565-628. Features: Reverse Running on the Pennsylvania - on 226 miles of track between New York and Washington certain sections of track... are signaled for train movements in both directions; S.P.&S. installs all-relay interlocking; Regulated Track Circuit - automatically regulates a D.C. track circuit; Interlocking on the Grand Trunk - all-relay plant eliminates train stops at a crossing with the New York Central; Rio Grande Installs Radio to Improve Through Freight Service - improving a 576 mile section between Denver and Salt Lake City; New Signal Control Line Circuits in Centralized Traffic Control Territory on the Burlington; and more. Many great illustrated contemporary ads. Above-average wear to covers which are detached but present. Fold-mark down middle. Unmarked. A worthy reference copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, April (Apr.) 10, 1977 - Tennis Player Ilie Nastase is the Star You Love To Hate, Baker, Russell; Severo, Richard; Kornheiser, Tony; Pepper, Curits Bill; Stockton, William; Subak-Sharpe, Genell; Jacoby, Susan; Claiborne, Craig; Franey, Pierre; Smith, C.Ray; Donovan, Carrie; Morris, Bernadine; Lelyveld, Joseph
6 Baker, Russell; Severo, Richard; Kornheiser, Tony; Pepper, Curits Bill; Stockton, William; Subak-Sharpe, Genell; Jacoby, Susan; Claiborne, Craig; Franey, Pierre; Smith, C.Ray; Donovan, Carrie; Morris, Bernadine; Lelyveld, Joseph The New York Times Magazine, April (Apr.) 10, 1977 - Tennis Player Ilie Nastase is the Star You Love To Hate
New York The New York Times 1977 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
96 pages. Features: Pontiac Phoenix ad; Fantastic two-page color-photo ad for Babe cosmetics; A Taxpayer's Prayer; Too Hot to Handle - Failed nuclear waste recycling/reprocessing plant at West Valley, New York; Tennis article on Ilie Nastase includes color photos of him and Jimmy Connors; A Day in the Life of the Pope - Pope Paul VI; In the wake of the world's worst air disaster on the Canary Islands, Pilots Talk About Air Crashes; Mr. Goodwrench ad; Nice two-page color ad for the Polaroid SX-70 Alpha 1 camera; Sothey Parke Bernet ad features photo of C. Hugh Hildesley; The Expensive Way to Keep Your Teeth - Periodontal Disease; Ad for La Corona cigars from Nicaragua; Classic Purity - Architect Edward Barnes's 'classic modern' house on a semi-circular platform; Color photos of designs by Bill Blass, Anne Klein, Halston, Calvin Klein, Mary McFadden and Ralph Lauren; Black and white photos of designs by Sain Laurent, Chloe, Dior, Missoni, Kenzo and Issey Miyake; J&B Scotch ad features UN headquarters in background. Above-average external wear. Cover holding by one staple. Minor tape repair to front cover. Faint library stamp upon front cover. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Canadian Aviation Magazine, February 1939, Bankart, D.E.; Field, G. Blackstone; Farrell, Con; Bradbrooke, F.D.; Ritchey, V.J.; Keith, R.A.; Finnie, Richard
7 Bankart, D.E.; Field, G. Blackstone; Farrell, Con; Bradbrooke, F.D.; Ritchey, V.J.; Keith, R.A.; Finnie, Richard Canadian Aviation Magazine, February 1939
Ottawa Aeronautical Publications Limited 1939 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
56 pages. Features: Cover photo of an Aeronca Chief piloted by Johnny Jones on his non-stop transcontinental flight; Photos taken at the Luncheon at the Annual Meeting of teh Canadian Flying Clubs Association, Chateau Laurier, Ottawa, January 30, 1939; Nice one-page Gold Flake cigarette ad; Flying beyond sixty - article and photos (part 1); Flight tests of the Boeing Stratoliner - article and great photos; Pilots of the Northern Sky use Up-to-date Radios; De Havilland Expands - photos of addition to Willowdale plant; Excellent one-page photo ad for De Havilland features the Dragon Rapide, Tiger Moth and Moth Minor; Intava Aviation Products; One-page photo ad for Lockheed shows their parts being anodized; Know your pilots - article and photo of C.M.G. "Con" Farrell of Canadian Airways, Edmonton; Full-page photo ad for Brewster Aircraft parts shows their four-storey plant; Flamingo Flight Test Observations; Nice Rotax ad; Light Planes and Races Feature Miami Show - interesting photos and article; Full-page ad for Kollsman Instrument Co.; Progress in Light Planes Illustrated by 1939 Aeroncas; Ads for Berry Brothers floats and MacDonald Bros. floats; DC-5 - The Fifth of the Douglas DC Series - article with diagrams and rendering; Colour full-page ad for Player's cigarettes shows the Fortress of Gibraltar from behind the guns on the deck of the H.M.S. Nelson; Magnificent photo centerfold shows the Flamingo Airliner, De Havilland's latest product, above the clouds; Hamilton, Ontario - "The City of Opportunity" - article with photos of the Mayor and Industrial Comissioner; Nice full-page ad for Cub Aircraft features photo of G.L. Culver and his sister from Simcoe, Ontario; Many Improvements feature 1939 Fairchild "24's"; Nice photo-illustrated photo ad for the Fairchild "24" for 1939; Radiotelephone links Newfoundland with Canada; Amazing one-page photo ad for Imperial Airways features photo of their huge Ensign, the biggest air liner in Europe; The Airman's Hymm; Know Your Pilots - Con Farrell; Old Country Gossip; News from the West Coast; News from the flying clubs; Tale Spinning from Winnipeg; Nice photo ad for McLaughlin-Buick; Wonderful vintage Red Cap Ale full-page ad with illustration of farmer who grows their malting barley and a group photo of some of their employees, with details about their generous employee benefits; Nice Junker photo ad inside back cover features their parts being inspected with spectral analysis; Intava ad on back cover; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Newsweek Magazine, August (Aug.) 10, 1981 - Japan's High-Tech Challenge, Barton, Clare Bishop; Axthelm, Pete; Greenfield, Meg; et al
8 Barton, Clare Bishop; Axthelm, Pete; Greenfield, Meg; et al Newsweek Magazine, August (Aug.) 10, 1981 - Japan's High-Tech Challenge
New York Newsweek 1982 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Kamifuku, Tom H. (Cover) 
72 pages. Features: Two-page color-photo ad for the Ford Series 10 tractor, "The World Tractor"; The Tuskegee Airmen Keep on Flying - the 99th Fighter Squadron and the 332nd Fighter Group and the 477th Bomber Group were the only all-black flying units organized by the US Air Force in WWII; Justice Rose Bird of the California Supreme Court; Reagan's War on Drugs - major article with photos, including George Bush Sr. leaning on bales of marijuana; Tax Bill politics in D.C.; A New Look at Child Labor; Jimmy Hoffa Legally Dead; Killenworth Mansion on Long Island - Soviet nest spying on local defense industries?; Bedford, IN - limestone capital of the world - Merle Edington and his Great Pyramid replica; Reagan's middle east peacemaker Philip Habib; Volkswagen Scirocco ad; Yassir Arafat - skilled in P.R.; Indira Gadhi's New Beginning; Vintage ad for Mattel Electronics' Intellivision "Starstrike" (Star Strike) video game; Peace shattered in Zimbabwe; Report from Tajikistan and the impact of the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan; Color photo of tennis player Hu Na; Elvis Costello - No More Mr. Bad Guy; The University of San Francisco drops its basketball program - The High Price of Cheating; William P. Tavoulareas and his libel suit against the Washington Post; Beware of Child Molesters - one of 10 youngsters is sexually abused each year; Japan's High-Tech Challenge - the Asian powerhouse launches an all-out push into computers, robots and other 'knowledge intensive' industries; How Computers Change Lives; Building a Superbrain; Japan's New Risk Takers; Here Come the Robots; From Tennessee to Tokyo - Americans prepare for Nissan's new truck plant in Smyrna, TN; Electronic Gadgets of the Future; Controversial use of animals in scientific research; The Disappearing Drive-In Movie Theater; Lloyd DeGrane and a flock of pink flamingos; Passing of: Harold R. Foster, Harold T. Sakata, Dan Seymour, Tatyana Grosman, Vladimir Kosma Zworykin, Jucille Parker Markey; Olympus camera ad with inset photo of model (Cheryl Tiegs?); Filming of "That Championship Season" in Scranton, PA; Back cover Barclay cigarette ad features photo of James Bond-style man in white tux; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A sound copy. 
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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
9 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 Granite Monthly - A New Hampshire Magazine, September 1923, Blanchard, Grace; Stevens, Raymond B.; Sargent, Eaton D.; Farrand, George E.; Winant, John G.; Goodwin, H. Reynolds; Woodbury, E.E.; Nabstedt, H.M.; Worthen, Samuel Copp; Potter, G.F.; Woodsworth, Harry C.
10 Blanchard, Grace; Stevens, Raymond B.; Sargent, Eaton D.; Farrand, George E.; Winant, John G.; Goodwin, H. Reynolds; Woodbury, E.E.; Nabstedt, H.M.; Worthen, Samuel Copp; Potter, G.F.; Woodsworth, Harry C. The Granite Monthly - A New Hampshire Magazine, September 1923
USA The Granite Monthly Company 1923 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Pages 405-455. Black and white photos. Features: Future policies of the Democratic Party - i. forty-eight hours, taxation, and water power ii. the Democratic Party of the future iii. for the rights of the average man; "Three sentinels of the north" and the Durham meeting; New Hampshire looks back over her splendid past - photos of scenes from this month's celebrations; "Are you a hiker?" - some suggestions for campers; A forest fire - article with sad photos of the aftermath; The Bristol Dam - an important water power development - article with four excellent photos; The story of a Kensington warrior - Major Ezekiel Worthen of Kensington; An anthology of one poem poets; New Hampshire apples at their best - the story of Hardy and Son - article with great photos; The New Hampshire League of Woman Voters; Marsh King and the King Farm - a two-man farm with a wonderful record - article with nice photos; Prohibition; Nice full-page photo ad for Amoskeag Manufacturing Co.'s largest textile plant in the world; Full-page ad for the Polar Caves; Full page photo of President Calvin Coolidge - First New England President since Franklin Pierce; The Legion at the Weirs, Aug. 13-16 - great photos; New Hampshire Necrology; and more. Average wear. Some external soiling. A sound vintage copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, October (Oct.) 6, 1963 -  Charles De Gaulle Cover Photo, Brennan Jr., William J.; Crankshaw, E.; Huxtable, A.L.; Schmidt, D.A.; Barnes, C.; Hunt, R.P.; Phillips, Cabell; Heard, Alexander; Vittachi, Tarzie; Ewen, Edward T.; Leedham, C.; Bracker, M.; Hughes, A.
11 Brennan Jr., William J.; Crankshaw, E.; Huxtable, A.L.; Schmidt, D.A.; Barnes, C.; Hunt, R.P.; Phillips, Cabell; Heard, Alexander; Vittachi, Tarzie; Ewen, Edward T.; Leedham, C.; Bracker, M.; Hughes, A. The New York Times Magazine, October (Oct.) 6, 1963 - Charles De Gaulle Cover Photo
New York The New York Times 1963 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Tames, George; Abeles, Friedman; Manning, Jack; Dean, Abner; Rose, Carl; Doty, Roy; Einhorn, Ben; Dean, Abner; Golden, Alice; Sternglass, Arno; Weiss, Golda 
140 pages. Features: Many wonderful fashion ads for men and women; Inside View of the High Court; Russia's Tussle Between Capitalism and Communism; World's Fair Preview - four pages of photos; The "Al Baath' Party Challenges Nasser and has become a serious contender for leadership of the Arab World; Should There Be 'Compensation' for Negroes? - should they receive more than equal treatment in jobs, housing and the like to make up for his years of deprivation?; Britain's New Rougher, Tougher and Angrier Actors - article with photos of Kenneth Haigh, Richard Harris, Peter O'Toole, Tom Courtenay and Albert Finney; Proposed nuclear power plant for Ravenswood in Queens stirs controversy; At 75, Henry Wallace Cultivatest His Garden; One-page ad for Mahalia Jackson on Columbia Records; A New Approach to Campaign Finances; "Asian " English; Stainless Stell Shaving Blades Have Revolutionized Shaving; Joanne Woodward is featured on color-photo ad for Richelieu simulated pearls; VSTOL (Vee-Stol) Airplanes of the Future; An Audubon Treasury; Handsome two-page ad for P&O Orient features one-page photo of the vessel Oriana; Photos entitled "Freud, Electronics - Dance"; Holland House Cocktail Mix features photo of Albert Rusk, Bob Steer, Mary Clark, Joan Everett, Wilbur Brown, Sampson Everett, Nicki Steer and Selma Brown; One-page color photo ad for the Israeli Tourism Office features Tel Aviv traffic cop and her boss, Naomi Shadmi; Extravagent evening fashion photos; Rob Roy Shirts ad; An Approach to the Severely Disturbed Child; Mrs. Paul's fish sticks; Houston, TX home designed by P.M. Bolton Associates; Photos of a young lion. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy 
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The Saturday Evening Post, March 23, 1957 -  Victor Borge / Operation Sharkbait / Preventing Premature Births, Case, Victoria; Ruhen, Olaf; Brimmer, Lenor & Kenneth; Mayse, Arthur; Yoder, Robert; Smith, Beverly; Hauser, Ernest; Libler, John; Borge, Victor; Blair, Col. Charles F. Jr.; Wolf, Bill; Von Rosenstiel, W.; Le May, Alan; Case, Robert
12 Case, Victoria; Ruhen, Olaf; Brimmer, Lenor & Kenneth; Mayse, Arthur; Yoder, Robert; Smith, Beverly; Hauser, Ernest; Libler, John; Borge, Victor; Blair, Col. Charles F. Jr.; Wolf, Bill; Von Rosenstiel, W.; Le May, Alan; Case, Robert The Saturday Evening Post, March 23, 1957 - Victor Borge / Operation Sharkbait / Preventing Premature Births
USA The Curtis Publishing Company 1957 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Clymer, John (cover); Langley, Alex; Harris, R.G.; Rabut, Paul; Hilbery, Bob; Conner, Mac; Otnes, Fred; 
126 pages. Fiction: Problem Mother; The Face of Death; First Baby; The Forbidden Island; Kiowa Moon (part 2 of 7); The Golden Shadow (conclusion). Articles: How an Amblance Chaser Works - other people's accidents make him money; If a President Collapses - proposed solutions to the problem of what to do if/when a President falls ill; The Face of America - The Golden Triangle - large color photo of the Monongahela meeting the Allegheny River; We are on the Spot in Spain - Franco's dictatorship rests on a powder keg; Premature Births Can Be Prevented - Releasin is used to delay labor - with photo of Mrs. Lorraine Yarsinsky and her triplets; Everybody Laughs at Me - Victor Borge - par 6 of 7 - his feud with Rudy Vallee, and the day he was arrested as a spy; We Flew Operation Sharkbait - Col. Charles F. Blair, Jr., USAF Res. recounts the harrowing tension-filled hoursin a jet fighter that spanned the Atlantic on a hush-hush test flight - the first Great Circle Route flight to Europe in a Thunderstreak Interceptor; Fishing at its Fanciest - article and great color photos from Palm Beach; My Ware with the Army - W.H. Von Rosenstiel got no mail for three months so went over his colonel's head - with astounding results; Should your child be a Librarian? Ads: Winston cigarettes (taste good); Pream coffee; Amana fridges (very nostalgic); Hart Schaffner & Marx clothing - with color photos of Dr. Joyce Brothers and Hal March of the $64,000 Question; 'Eggs Belong in Breakfast'; Presto appliances; Nice 1-page color ad for Boeing's 707; Ford cars - two-page color photo; Westinghouse washer - the famous 'sand test'; Tareyton; Pontiac cars - nice yellow Super Chief two-door hardtop; Baldwin Organs; GMC Air Suspension Tractors - two color pages; Union Pacific Railroad Vacations; RCA TV Service; Underwood Typewriters (golden gloves); Allis-Chalmers - 2-page ad showing their cement plant; USS United States Steel with illustration of futuristic bridge; GMAC color photo ad with old ladies telling young mom what to do; Nice two-page Borg-Warner ad in 'believe-it-or-not' format; Nice one-page color Pepsi adshows young painting couple; Magnavox High Fidelity TVs; MacGregor baseball gloves - featuring Red Schoendienst; GM two-page photo ad features Amanda, Ohio, home of GM supplier Mid-West Fabricating - with photos of Stanton Johns, Francis and Helen Crago, Dick Young, and L.E. Conrad; Evinrude outboard motors - nice color-photo ad; Ponderosa Pine Windows; Anchor Fence; IBM Selectric Typewriters; Santa Fe Super Chief; Briggs & Stratton engines; Nice Viceroy cigarette ad features bowler Don Carter; Chrysler 4-door hardtop Windsor - color photo; Betty Crocker Li'l Angel Food Cake Mix ad on back cover. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, December (Dec.) 8, 1956 - Labour Leader Huguette / Johnny Lombardi, Cornish, John; Sangster, Dorothy; Katz, Sidney; O'Hagan, Richard; Phillips, Alan; Moon, Barbara; et al
13 Cornish, John; Sangster, Dorothy; Katz, Sidney; O'Hagan, Richard; Phillips, Alan; Moon, Barbara; et al Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, December (Dec.) 8, 1956 - Labour Leader Huguette / Johnny Lombardi
Montreal Maclean Hunter 1956 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Hill, Jame (Jim); Cahen, Oscar; Price, Arthur; 
124 pages. Features: Cover painting of barber shop in Kemano, B.C.; Nice Christmas ad for Parker Pens inside front cover; Editorial - If Nationalism's okay, it's okay for everybody; Women are not a race apart - opinion piece by Anne Francis; Nice one-page colour-photo ad features inset photo of Dorothy Moreau, Miss Canada 1956; How London Dimmed Liberace's Smile; Nostalgic one-page Christmas-motif ad for Ganong's Delector Chocolates; Electrohome TV ad shows dad babysitting; Two-page colour ad for Schick electric shavers for ladies; From Ottawa - Can politics compete with Howdy Doody?; Panel Discussion about Women - with contributions by Nathan Steinberg, Madame Renee Vautelet, Miss Anne Hamilton, Mrs. L.M. Baldwin, Dr. Marion Hilliard, Dr. Reva Gerstein, Miss E.W. Loosley and Dr. Ashley Montagu; The Lady is a Labor (Labour) Leader - Huguette Plamondon; How Serious is the Threat of Radiation? - we are constant targets of radioactivity - what is it doing to us - and future generations? - some disturbing facts; Johnny Lombardi's Kingdom of Music and Macaroni - this war vet opened an Italian grocery, broadcast Italian music, and imported Italian movies; The Tragic Case of the Man Who Played Jesus - Peter and Mina Sala were key figures in the 1941 Belcher Islands murders - Peter posed as God, Ouyerack as Christ, and Mina went mad, leading naked women and children on the ice where six died; Comic Paul Kligman - master of the Jewish joke - photo-illustrated article; The Story of Olga - novel; One-page colour-photo ad for McBrine luggage; Two-page colour-photo ad for Kodak cameras; Great Caterpillar one-page photo ad features D8 Cats pulling large loads across the vast wastes of Antarctica as part of Operation Deepfreeze; Two-page ad for Philishave for ladies features figure skaters; Hammond Chord Organ ad features home Christmas scene; *Sensational* two-page colour-photo ad for the 1957 Pontiac (red Laurentian 4-Door Sport Sedan with white roof and stripe); Classy one-page diamond ad for Birks Jewellers features attractive lady and tropical fish; Canadian Club one-page colour-photo ad features Fred Klaus and Tom Morison who are hit by an avalanche while skiing in the Austrian Alps; Nostalgic Red Cap Ale / Black Label Beer colour-photo ad features "Mabel" and mand in red cap putting the finishing pieces on a beautiful Christmas tree; Classy one-page colour ad for Electrohome celebrating their 50th anniversary in 1957; Schick mens' shavers centrefold ad; Nice colour ad for Pyrex decorator casserole dishes; Colourful Moirs Chocolates ad features Santa; Nice colour ad for Maxwell House coffee; Colour photo of elegant couple in Wiser's whisky ad; Remington shaver ad features great colour photo of hatless Santa getting ready to shave; 3/4-page colour ad for B.C. Apples features illustrations of little boy and girl; Robert W. Service recounts his most memorable meal - after being lost at forty below; Interesting colour ad for Cummins portable electric tools; Great archival colour ad for Crown Zellerback Canada features nice illustration of Christmas package being delivered, with written details of their kraft paper production at Elk Falls, their Richmond, B.C. box plant, and their pioneer Ocean Falls mill; Attractive large colour-photo ad for Lawson & Jomes Limited features the labels they print for O'Keefe ale, beer and double stout; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. Page 57 taped into place with archival tape, otherwise a sound and pleasing vintage copy. 
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The Timberman, An International Lumber Journal, November, 1937, Volume XXXIX, Number 1, Cornwall, George M.: Editor; Koroleff, A.
14 Cornwall, George M.: Editor; Koroleff, A. The Timberman, An International Lumber Journal, November, 1937, Volume XXXIX, Number 1
Portland, Oregon The Timberman 1937 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Chapman, Dale: Photography 
96 pages. Index of advertisers. Features: Cover photo of the vessel 'Orient City' fully loaded with lumber; Two-color ad for Broderick yellow-strand wire rope inside front cover; Nicely logging-theme illustrated Timken bearing full-page ad; American Tiger Brand Wire Rope ad features great photo (circa 1885) of steam (bull) donkey and many loggers; R.G. LeTourneau ad features photo of their bulldozer and a Willamette-Hyster arch at work; Full-page two-color photo ad for Caterpillar features A.E. Baker of Fruit Growers Supply, Susanville, CA; Durable Douglas Fir Cross Arms used on telephone poles by the British Columbia Telephone Company - article with photo; Hand Methods Must Give Way to Mechanization in Eastern Canada - article; Photos of sawmill scenes in Sweden and Finland; Novel Effects in Wood at Paris Exposition - article with photos; Unique Power Plant of Vancouver Island Lumber Operation - Nootka Wood Products, Ltd. mill at Port Tasis (Tahsis) is driven by wood gas - article with photos - including photo of John P. Blenkinsop and Harry Smith and another photo of plant manager Lute D. Rogers with George M. Cornwall of this publication; Fantastic two-page two-color illustrated ad for the Ross Lumber Carrier, Model 90; S.A. Woods Machine Company ad features their new 412 planer and matcher; Magnificent full-page ad for Disston precision ground cross-cut saws includes photos of fallers at work with this two-man saw; Distinct saving shown to be possible with two-man bucking crews - article; Plywood's outdoor uses are increasing - photo-illustrated article; Meeting of the Wooden Box Association at San Francisco; Mark Markkula and his logging Bunks and Chunks - article with photos of products and Mr. Markkula; Nicely illustrated one-page ad for Hercules Engines of Canton, Ohio; Logging in Tillamook - article with photos; Super one-page photo ad for Feenaughty Machinery Co.'s FWD trucks - with photo showing a massive load being hauled; Nice truck-logging themed photo ad for Waukesha engines; Awesome photos of Allis-Chalmers tractors at work for the Big Lakes Box Company in Klamath Basin; Fantastic full-page ad with photos of the Washington Diesel Yarder made by Washington Iron Works; Crazy photo of trucks driving 132' logs across the Bloedel Donovan Lumber Mills' narrow old logging bridge above Skykomish, WA; Photo of a Dow low stump power saw at work; Small illustrated ad for P. Sharkey & Son Horse Collars; Photo of an FWD truck at work for Mr. W.S. Jeans of Culp Creek, OR; Superheaters - their use on Donkeys and Locomotives - article; Oriental strife affects Pacific Lumber Trade - article; France decides between steel and wood rail cars; Foreign Lumber Fleet - list of lumber vessels visiting Washington, Oregon, and British Columbia - and their capacities; Three Bamfiled, B.C. photos accompany brief article about Pacific Cable and Wireless, Ltd. and their cable which extends from Bamfield to New Zealand; Photo of G.L. Graiff with redwood charcoal experimental wood gas-powered truck - Hammond Redwood Co. of Samoa, CA; Reunion of pioneer members of the Southwestern Washington Lumber Manufacturers Association - with photos of T.H. MacLafferty, C.A. Doty, Charles Gilchrist, W.C. Miles, Jerry Startup, S.S. Somerville; Obituary of August K. Berter; Nice illustrated ad for the Warren Axe and Tool Co. of Warren, PA.; and more. Unmarked. Above-average but not excessive wear. Chips missing from backstrip. Binding intact. A rare surviving issue of this highly informative vintage lumber periodical. 
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American Photographer Magazine, March (Mar.) 1989 - Magazine Photos of the Year, David Roberts; Russell Hart; Vicki Goldberg; Evelyn Roth; Mike Tatem; et al
15 David Roberts; Russell Hart; Vicki Goldberg; Evelyn Roth; Mike Tatem; et al American Photographer Magazine, March (Mar.) 1989 - Magazine Photos of the Year
New York Diamandis Communications Inc. 1989 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Just Loomis 
80 pages. Features: Jan Groover; Great Pages of 1988; Horace Bristol and his travels with John Steinbeck; Chan's Chair; Michael Kenna and his nuketernals - if Stonehenge were a power plant; Irving Penn's boneheaded views of the animal kingdom; and much more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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American Orchid Society Bulletin Vol. 25 August, 1956 No. 8, Dillon, Gordon W.: Editor
16 Dillon, Gordon W.: Editor American Orchid Society Bulletin Vol. 25 August, 1956 No. 8
Cambridge, MA, USA The American Orchid Society, Inc. 1956 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Features include: Orchid Hunting - A Perilous Game (Pt III); Plant Characters in Cypripedileae - Labellum - Lineograph Study (Pt IV); Self-Pollination in Cattleya aurantiaca (Baten) P.N. Don; The Rediscovery of Epidendrum (Nanodes) medusae; Shading and Cooling the Glasshouse; and Beginners' Handbook: Dendrobiums. Light wear. Unmarked. A clean copy. 
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American Orchid Society Bulletin Vol. 25 December, 1956 No. 12, Dillon, Gordon W.: Editor
17 Dillon, Gordon W.: Editor American Orchid Society Bulletin Vol. 25 December, 1956 No. 12
Cambridge, MA, USA The American Orchid Society, Inc. 1956 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Features include: The Star of Bethlehem Orchid; Problems in Orchid Nomenclature; Nomenclature in Orchids; A Plant Breeder's Comments on Sanders' Hybrid List; Awarded Cymbidiums - R.H.S., 1956; and Beginners' Handbook: Epidendrums. Includes the index to Vol. 25 (12 issues). Light wear. Unmarked. A clean copy. 
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American Orchid Society Bulletin Vol. 25 July, 1956 No. 7, Dillon, Gordon W.: Editor
18 Dillon, Gordon W.: Editor American Orchid Society Bulletin Vol. 25 July, 1956 No. 7
Cambridge, MA, USA The American Orchid Society, Inc. 1956 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Features include: Oakes Ames Orchid Herbarium; Plant Characters in Cypripedileae - Connate Sepals - Lineograph Study (Pt III); Orchid Hunting - A Perilous Game (Pt II); Collectors' Item: Dendrobium gracilicaule; Flowering by Light Control - A New Phase; and Beginners' Handbook: Miltonia, the Pansy Orchid. Light wear. Unmarked. A clean copy. 
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American Orchid Society Bulletin Vol. 25 May, 1956 No. 5, Dillon, Gordon W.: Editor
19 Dillon, Gordon W.: Editor American Orchid Society Bulletin Vol. 25 May, 1956 No. 5
Cambridge, MA, USA The American Orchid Society, Inc. 1956 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Features include: An Orchid-collecting Trip to Southern Ecuador; Plant Characters in Cypripedileae - Lineograph Study (Pt II); Orchids in Fir Bark; Algal Water for Orchids?; Collectors' Item: Maxillaria valenzuelana (A. Rich) Nash; What Constitutes a New Hybrid?; Lack of Water a Cause of Cattleya Leaf "Die-Back"; and Beginners' Handbook: Cymbidiums. Light wear. Unmarked. A clean copy. 
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American Orchid Society Bulletin Vol. 25 September, 1956 No. 9, Dillon, Gordon W.: Editor
20 Dillon, Gordon W.: Editor American Orchid Society Bulletin Vol. 25 September, 1956 No. 9
Cambridge, MA, USA The American Orchid Society, Inc. 1956 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Features include: To Darjeeling for Orchids; Plant Characters in Cypripedileae - Diandrae - Lineograph Study (Pt V); Primary Classification in the Orchidaceae; and Beginners' Handbook: Vandas. Light wear. Unmarked. A clean copy. 
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