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The Illustrated London News (ILN) Magazine, June 12 1954 -  Cover Photo of the Queen at Epsom, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril
1 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril The Illustrated London News (ILN) Magazine, June 12 1954 - Cover Photo of the Queen at Epsom
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd. 1954 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Lewitt-Him; De Grineau, Bryan; Davis, G.H. 
Pages 981-1024. Features: Lovely colour ad for Cunard inside front cover "Gracious Living At Its Best"; Interesting Scweppes "Schweppshire Way of Life" ad; Cover photo of Royals at Epsom on Derby Day; Photo of Dag Hammarskjold with Haile Selassie and his son; The Empress of Japan attends a charity Bazaar; Royal photos, including the wedding party of Captain Viscount Althorp and the Hon. Frances Roche; Australian flying doctor Dr. Allan Vickers; Sister Marie-Rachel, one of the five Dionne Quintuplets, with her four sisters; M. Charles Dolfuss and M. Audouin Dolfuss; Runner E. Zatopek; Sir Arthur Benson, New Governor of Northern Rhodesia is sworn in; Admiral Sir Dudley North is denied a public enquiry; Many photos of The King's School, Canterbury - probably the oldest public school in England; Sensational centerfold photos shows Mrs. R.S. Clark's 'Never Say Die' passing the post at the Derby - the first American-bred Derby winner since 1881; Photo's of Da Vinci's "Last Supper" saved - a seven-years' task accomplished; One page of illustrations about RCA's claim to have discovered a way to convert radiation directly into electricity; Waving farewell to General Sir Gerald and Lady Templer at Kuala Lumpur; and more. One-inch strip missing from bottom of back advertorial cover. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, March (Mar.) 10, 1934: Canada's Mount Waddington, Chesterton, G. K.; Et al
2 Chesterton, G. K.; Et al The Illustrated London News, March (Mar.) 10, 1934: Canada's Mount Waddington
London The Illustrated London News 1934 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Blampied, Edmund 
Pages 341-384. Features: nice ad for the Sporting and Dramatic News inside front cover; Cover photo of Canada's loftiest peak, the unconquered summit of Mount Waddington, plu two pages of text and photos showing a climbing party on the treacherous mountain; Photo of bizarre sea creature washed up at Querqueville, near Cherbourg - probably the remains of a basking shark; Two pages of detailed illustrations explaining drought and its dangers in rural England, plus schemes for alleviating water famine; Photo-illustrated book review of "Secrets of the Red Sea", by Henry de Manfreid; Photos and text describe jewelry of a Byzantine-Nubian Queen - more treasures from a mysterious Egyptian cemetery; Photo-illustrated article on an expedition to Cocos Island in search of long-buried pirate treasure with gold and silver indicating instruments; 12 photos illustrate life in the Saar, a district to choose by plebiscite government by Germany, France or the League; Two full-page photos of vast flocks of ducks at the unique Open Lake Sanctuary in Arkansas, plus photos of Mr. George S. Wilcox who protects the ducks; Photos of personalities of the week include the commission of government inaugurated in Newfoundland, Sir James Jeans, Sir H. G. Lyons, Madame Stavisky, the archduke Otto and ex-Empress Zita; the Queen of Siam and H. W. Austin in the Monte Carlo lawn tennis handicap; Acquitted Reichstag fire trial prisoners released and welcomed in Moscow include Mr. Popoff, Dimitroff and Taneff, Norman O'Neill, John Dillinger, Prof. S. F. Oldenburg, and Princess Irina Youssoupoff, who was awarded damages in the "Rasputin" film libel action; Centrefold photos of Prince George's 4000 mile tour in South Africa; Photo of the outdoor construction of Imperial Airways liner "Scylla" (too large for a hangar); Photo of stowaways John Pitzer and Arthur Martin afloat in the Gulf of Mexico; Photo of huge crowd in Trafalgar Square gathered to hear speeches about the unemployment bill; Photos of low British reservoirs; Photo of zeppelin "LZ 129" under construction; Photos of destroyed buildings in Kalgoorlie, Australia after anti-foreigner riots; Article and three photos describe sinking of the "Cheliuskin" near Wrangell Island; Photos of archaic Chinese jade in perfection - finds in the Lo-Yang tombs; Two pages of text and photos describe discoveries which "surpass anything yet known of archaic Chinese jade"; One-page ad for the new Ford Fourteen car; Half-page ad for the Crossley two-litre car; Half-page ad for the Armstrong Siddeley Twenty car; Half-page Rover car ad; Nice half-page Bentley car ad; Back cover ad for Douglas Stuart; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, November 15, 1928, Volume XLI, Number 22 - Cariboo Stagecoach Driver Al Young, Cowan, James A.; Murray, W.; Atlee, B.; Strathglass, A.; Loomis, J.; Dexter, G.; Stringer, A.; Shaw, B.; Fox, F.; Cunningham, L.; Middleton, J.; Pease, M.; Blue, A.
3 Cowan, James A.; Murray, W.; Atlee, B.; Strathglass, A.; Loomis, J.; Dexter, G.; Stringer, A.; Shaw, B.; Fox, F.; Cunningham, L.; Middleton, J.; Pease, M.; Blue, A. Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, November 15, 1928, Volume XLI, Number 22 - Cariboo Stagecoach Driver Al Young
Toronto The Maclean Publishing Company 1928 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Ganes, Ann (cover); Johnston, Franz; Clymer, J.F.; Dinsmore, E.J.; Skuce, Lou; Jefferys, C.W.; Chambers, W.V.; Taylor, H. Weston; Skuce, Lou 
80 pages. Features: They All Quit Cold - photo illustrated article on the 1928 Canadian National Exhibition Swim, in which none of the 199 contestants finished, but Georges Michel was the last man to quit - and he attempted to claim the prize of $25k - article with photos of George Michel, Ethel Hertle, George Young and Ernst Vierkoetter; Canadian V.C.'s (winners of the Victoria Cross) - article with illustrations of Captain F.A.C. Scrimger and Lance-Corporal Fred Fisher; Naught Broken Save This Body (short story about air battle); The Gatineau (River's) Taming - great photo-illustrated article on how the Gatineau River was developed for hydro power generation - with photos of Olivier Lefebvre, Major Walter Blue, the great Baskatong Dam, and more; Coyote Joe (fiction); Grains of Destiny - the romantic story of how Canada's wheat wealth sprang from a stray kernel in a shipload - with photos of Dr. Charles E. Saunders and L.H. Newman; When I Acted with Terry - recollections by actor Arthur Stringer; The Lordly Vagabond - fiction concerning a trussed king, a rogue unmasked and Beauty riding to the aid of Valor; Canada's Concern in the Pacific - article in the future relationship of the British Empire and the United States as affected by their affairs in China and Japan - with photos of Port of Yokohama and photo of "The Empress of Canada" in Shanghai Harbor; Finn - short story of a shrewd Saint John skipper; The World's Toughest - photo-illustrated article on Al Young, who drove six-horse stage coaches in B.C.'s Cariboo in temperatures as low as -74 degrees; With a Nonino! - legal short story; Photo of Mackennzie King and Hon. P.C. Larking inspecting a figure for the Canadian War Memorial at the March Studios, Farnborough, England; The Victoria Order of Nurses - they nurse 3,000 patients every day - article with photos of Miss Elizabeth Smellie and Right Honorable George P. Graham; Color and More in the Bedroom - interior design article with photos. Ads: Nice one-page ad for the Essex Super Six car; The Marquise De Polignac is illustrated in a one-page photo ad for Pond's skin products; Nice one-page ad for Barrett Roofings shows roofer at work; One-page Northern Electric ad explains how they transmit power and sound; One-page Canada Dry ad shows family Christmas scene dated Dec. 25, 1928; One-page Canadian Marconi Company ad features their 6-tube battery operated receiver (radio), with cabinet by McLagan; One-page Arrow Shirt ad features pipe-smoking gent in suit; Splitdorf Radio ad; Nostalgic one-page contest announcement offers prize to the person who can create the largest list of words from the letters in the name of author L.A. Cunningham (whose photos appears in the ad); "Ceetee" underwear ad; Appleford-brand heavy waxed paper; Dodge New Senior Six car ad; Nice illustrated ad for Langmuir Luggage - with Yale pin-tumbler locks; Kotex; Stromberg-Carlson Radios; Tillson's Natural Bran; Squibb's Dental Cream; Royal Yeast Cakes; No-Mar furniture - manufactured by Malcolm & Hill, Limited, of Kitchener; One-page Ovaltine features lady on bed with nerves which need soothing; Moirs Chocolates; Weed tire chains by the Dominion Chain Company; Handsome one-page red and black ad for Rogers brushing lacquer; Seaman-Kent Hardwood Flooring; Westclox; Heinz Cream of Tomato Soup; The "Mona Lisa" doll by the Reliable Toy Company (with photo); Vintage one-page orange and black illustrated ad for "The Makers of Canada" book series is entitled "The Campbells Are Coming" and talks of the history of Scotchmen in settling Canada's west; Willard Batteries - one page in red and black; The United Bond Company of Toronto; Please note: back cover missing. Pages 17-18 missing - contained colour plates of war paintings. Pages 67-68 missing.(probably contained ads). A worthy vintage copy. 
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Films and Filming Magazine, April 1978 - Cover Photos of Oliver Tobias and Tania Rogers in 'The Stud', Gow, Gordon; Sarne, Mike; Elley, Derek; Hobson, Harold
4 Gow, Gordon; Sarne, Mike; Elley, Derek; Hobson, Harold Films and Filming Magazine, April 1978 - Cover Photos of Oliver Tobias and Tania Rogers in 'The Stud'
UK Hansom 1978 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
50 pages. Features: Ad for 'Close Encounters' inside front cover; Beyond Reality - a look at film-makers' fascination with exploring themes that have no logical explanation; 'The Goodbye Girl' - photos; Article - Meeting Fellini; Article on recent Swedish cinema unshown in Britain; '1900' - photos; Reviews - 'Abba - the Movie', 'Candleshoe', 'The Crazies', 'The Deep', 'The Devil Probably', 'The Goodbye Girl', 'Hamlet', 'Jubilee', 'The Last Wave', 'Looking for Mr Goodbar', '1900', 'Spider-Man', 'Stroszek', 'Tomorrow Never Comes', 'Tracks', 'The 12 Tasks of Asterix'; Review of the book 'Dear Me' by Peter Ustinov; 'Skateboard' - photos; 'The Stud' - photos; 'Pressure' - photos; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, October (Oct.) 1938 - North America Speaks English / Greyhound Dog Racing, Healy, W.; Stewart, Dr. H.; Barnard, L.; Greenwood, W.; Josselyn, T.; Kempton, K.; McMorrow, T.; Phayre, I.; Croft, F.
5 Healy, W.; Stewart, Dr. H.; Barnard, L.; Greenwood, W.; Josselyn, T.; Kempton, K.; McMorrow, T.; Phayre, I.; Croft, F. National Home Monthly Magazine, October (Oct.) 1938 - North America Speaks English / Greyhound Dog Racing
Winnipeg National Home Monthly / Stovel 1938 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Smith, Hal (cover); Garland, C. George; Holmgren, John; Smith, Ralph C.; Goodwin, G.G.; Clymer, John F. 
68 pages. Features: Fantastic colour-photo ad for Marboleum inside front cover shows 1930's bathroom with yellow fixtures; Editorial on Hitler's "Racism Gone Mad"; Attractive one-page colour ad for the new 1939 Plymouth features a blue four-door; News digest contains these headings - The Anti-British Outburst in Moscow; Incidentals of a Month; A 'National Unity' party; Trials of the Rowell Commission; A Summer's Books; Nostalgice one-page ad for the 1939 Dodge Six and Dodge De Luxe (orange); "North American Speaks English" - Bismarck said this was the most impressive thing in modern history - this photo-illustrated military article deals with the matter of the English-speaking North Americans joining in the impending war on the British side; More Fish in the Sea (short story); A Maker of Books (short story); Mace Webb (short story); Going to the Dogs - great photo-illustrated article on greyhound dog racing in England, with photo of General A.C. Critchley; Little Miss Hurricane (short story); Crossways House (short story); Murderers in the Football Stands - without the outlet of sports as a safety valce for his emotions the average human being would probably turn to murder, mayhem, arson and pillage(?); Palmolive ad features the Dionne Quints; Movie news and photos of Gloria Blondell, Carole Lombard, Paulette Goddard, Spencer Tracy, Tyrone Power and Norma Shearer; Lux soap ad features beautiful photos of Loretta Young; Woodbury's Cold Cream ad features photo of Danielle Darrieux; Scott's Emulsion ad features Uncle Dan comic; *Sensational* one-page colour-illustrated ad for Canadian apples shows little boy at top, different apples down left side, and cooked pie foods along bottom, with list of apple varieties and their ripening months; Where the Fashions Start (fashion article; Nice one-page two-colour ad for Heinz Soups says "The Tureen Tells Tales; Cosmetics article; World Sayings; "Serve Fish To Your Family" colour ad inside back cover; Old Dutch cleanser colour ad on back cover; and more. Bits of loss from corners of last page, otherwise average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, April (Apr.) 13, 1957: Axel Wenner-Gren's Plans for British Columbia / The Art of Fenwick Lansdowne / Louis B. Mayer / Maple Leafs Kid Line, Hutton, Eric; Moon, Barbara; Gardner, Ray; Crowther, Bosley; Olson, Robert; Frayne, T.; Conacher, Charlie; Collins, Robert; et al
6 Hutton, Eric; Moon, Barbara; Gardner, Ray; Crowther, Bosley; Olson, Robert; Frayne, T.; Conacher, Charlie; Collins, Robert; et al Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, April (Apr.) 13, 1957: Axel Wenner-Gren's Plans for British Columbia / The Art of Fenwick Lansdowne / Louis B. Mayer / Maple Leafs Kid Line
Montreal Maclean Hunter 1957 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Lansdowne, J.Fenwick (cover art); Price, Arthur 
96 pages. Features: Cover art by Fenwick Lansdowne; Nice colour ad for GWG inside front cover features casual fashions for ladies; Tim Buck's Future; The Bankruptcy of George H. Ridout's Ontario real estate empire; Will Maggie Muggins be Canada's next movie star?; Bruce Hutchison argues 'We're Being Corrupted By Our Boom'; One-page photo ad for Crown Zellerbach Canada features Forester Ken Mulholland; Diary of Field Marshal Lord Alanbrooke pictures Churchill as a happy genius without judgement; One-page Chevrolet ad features pink 1957 Chevy coupe with white roof; Is B.C.'s fanfare for Wenner-Gren another false alarm? - he has an Olympian plan to develop the B.C. Trench - photo-illustrated article; Siobhan McKenna and the Statford Festival - photo-illustrated article; Fenwick Lansdowne and his Unbelievable Bird Paintings; How the Russians are trained to hate the west - interesting photo-illustrated cold war-era article explains that the Russian people are not fooled by their state propaganda; The Wonderland of Louis B. Mayer (conclusion) - fantastic photo-illustrated article explains how the thirties were a bonanza for this Canadian star-maker who made Garbo talk, discovered Judy Garland and hit the jackpot with 'Gone With the Wind'; Was Our Biggest Historical Find Our Biggest Hoax? - awful suspicion that Viking relics 'found' in Northern Ontario and proudly displayed in our largest museum are probably fake - fascinating photo-illustrated article about relics 'found' by James Dodd and Fletcher Gill in 1930 on a Beardsmore, Ontario mining claim; Why the (Toronto Maple Leafs) Kid Line became a legend - sensational photo-illustrated article - part IV of the story of the Conachers; Will the nickel book make a new man of Manitoba? - Trapper Walter Johnson staked the Moak Lake area then sold his secret for a fortune - photo-illustrated article; Fantastic one-page colour Meteor car ad features yellow and black car with white roof, plus endorsement by Ed Sullivan, whose photo appears in lower left corner; Sensational colour two-page Meteor car ad includes illustrations of sixteen cars!; Black Label Beer ad features 'Mabel'; When Louis Mayer sang to Jeanneatte Macdonald; Nice one-page colour ad for 1957 Chrysler cars features a red Windsor 2-door hardtop (with white roof); How Pal became Lassie and how Elizabeth Taylor started on a fast climb to stardom; Colour ad for Jello-O orange instant pudding; Colour centrefold ad for Simmons mattresses; McCulloch chainsaw ad features the Model 39; Pilkington Glass ad features colour photo of the living room of the J.L. Silverman home in Halifax, Nova Scotia; Wonderful one-page colour ad for the 1957 Monarch Turnpike Cruiser car features their new dual-curve windshield; Nice colour ad for Dow ale; Max (Rawhide) Ferguson describes his most memorable meal; Baby photo of footballer Normie Kwong; Nice one-page colour-photo Oldsmobile ad features white car in front of fashionable city location; Colour ad for Molson Golden Ale; 1957 Dodge ad inside back cover features yellow car with white trim and roof; Coke ad on back cover features Hawaiian get-together; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this great vintage issue. 
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The Beaver, Magazine of the North, June 1953, Outfit 284 - The Loucheux / Assiniboine Steamboats / Yukon Stage Line, Mead, M.; McCook, J.; Hunter, G.; Taylor, P.; Leechman, D.; Gordon, R.; Kerr, R.; Harrington, R.; McFadden, M.; MacBride, W.; Clark, D.
7 Mead, M.; McCook, J.; Hunter, G.; Taylor, P.; Leechman, D.; Gordon, R.; Kerr, R.; Harrington, R.; McFadden, M.; MacBride, W.; Clark, D. The Beaver, Magazine of the North, June 1953, Outfit 284 - The Loucheux / Assiniboine Steamboats / Yukon Stage Line
Canada Hudson's Bay Company 1953 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Saw, L.S. 
50 pages. Many reproductions of black and white photos. Printed upon glossy stock. Features: Enter the European - I - Into the South Pacific; Peers on the Prairie - in the 19th century several British noblemen came to hunt buffalo in the Canadian West; Uranium for Atomic Power - photo-illustrated article about how uranium is found and extracted from the age-old rocks near Lake Athabasca and Great Bear Lake; Tales from the Delta - true stories and folk tales from the Mackenzie delta where the Eskimo and Loucheux Indians meet and mingle; The Loucheux; Holidays by Canoe - travelling through the Canadian wilderness by paddle; For the Royal Scottish Museum - items worn and used by natives of the Northwest a century ago; Making Moccasins - photo-instructions; Assiniboine Steamboats - over 70 years ago they paddled from Winnipeg as far as Fort Pelly; Yukon Stage Line - the old stage between Whitehorse and Dawson - photo-illustrated article; He Piloted The Beaver - Captain Eugene Thurlow of Seattle is probably the only man alive who has piloted the North Pacific's first steamer. Nice colour ad for Hudson's Bay Point Blankets on back cover. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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Bottles and Extras Magazine, No. 31, October 1992, Multiple Contributors
8 Multiple Contributors Bottles and Extras Magazine, No. 31, October 1992
USA S.G. 1992 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
64 pages. Great black and white photos and illustrations. Nice vintage ads on covers. Features: Patent Medicine Horror - Their manufacturers recognized the appeal of the morbid to the American Public - great article with vintage morbid ads; Ants Interred - a Garry Owen Strengthening Bitters tale; Political Trade Cards - buying the votes and selling the goods - great vintage ads; Jar Talk; Extra Special Deliveries; Bottle Network News; British Bottle Bits - tinder boxes and other items which predate the modern friction match; Expo '92; Auction Directory; The Label Space - picked Pigs Feet Bottles, and other bottles probably marketed through the Sears-Roebuck catalog; Up-Dates; Dispensing Tablets - Ben and Miriam Glassman examine their newly acquired poison bottles; Unmarked with moderate wear. A sound copy. 
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Canadian Rail, Number 292, May 1976, Multiple Contributors
9 Multiple Contributors Canadian Rail, Number 292, May 1976
Montreal, Canada Canadian Railroad Historical Association (CRHA) 1976 First Edition Paperback Fair 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Features: Mixed Thoughts on a Mixed Train, with map of Dominion Atlantic Railway, Truro Sub.; A Turntable for Wakefield, Quebec (to accommodate Number 1057); Referred to the Committee - back when the distance between the rails was very important; Chart of the Gauges of some of Canada's early railways; Determination and Hard Work - the story of the Strathcona Museum in Strathclair, Manitoba; Waybills; Please note: a 2" wide band has been stripped from front cover, probably by tape removal. Unmarked with average wear. A sound copy. 
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Happy Motoring, Volume 20, Number 5 - an Imperial Oil/Esso Periodical, Multiple Contributors
10 Multiple Contributors Happy Motoring, Volume 20, Number 5 - an Imperial Oil/Esso Periodical
Toronto Imperial Oil/Esso 1959 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Features: Ski trails of Banff National Park; Le Royaume du Saguenay; Nova Scotia "Campsite" - the Cabot Trail; Postage Stamp Motoring; Odd items about Canada - The "Coleman" Frog (as big as a dog!), Pount Pelee - south of the northmost part of California!, Ukrainian 'Bush' House of God, near Neepawa and Minnedosa, Farthest east home in Canada; Along the Yukon Trail; photo of Imperial's and probably North America's, first service station, opened in Vancouver in 1908; North to Buffalo Narrows. Illustrated with black and white photos. Average wear. A sound copy of this vintage issue. 
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Maclean's Magazine, 15 August 1956, Multiple Contributors
11 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, 15 August 1956
Toronto Maclean-Hunter Limited 1956 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: Nice full-page colour ad for IH (International Harvester) service trucks inside front cover; Where we stand in the fight to conquer cancer - compelling answers from eight of the world's top experts; Who will the federal Liberal Party choose after Louis St. Laurent? - Lester Pearson, C.D. Howe, Pau Martin Sr., Jack Pickersgill, Harris or Winters?; How to be a singing star, the hard way - WAlly Koster, a baritone familiar to Canadian television viewers for the past four years; The Secret War of Charles Goodeve - Part 1 of 3 - in the desperate race against German weapons this Canadian was a brilliant innovator - with but a small band of fellow wizards he helped devise the weirdest tools of war - some of the revealed here for the first time - with black and white photos - the plane killer, the Cockatrice (flame-throwing truck), and the Hedgehog; It takes women to run a railroad - John Norman Harris; The desperate plight of the small farmer - for generations he was the most important man in Canada, but now he can't make a living - what's behind the tragedy and what probably lies ahead; How to Tolerate In-Laws, by Parke Cummings; Fantastic full-page colour ad for GWG (Great Western Garment) clothing; Nice colour photo full-page ad for the Buick Special 2-door convertible; Similar ad for the Pontiac Laurentian 2-door convertible; Clyde Gilmour's brief 'Best Bet' rating of the movie, The King and I. Please note: right half of page 7 has been removed but it only contained ads for finance and whiskey companies. Average wear. Address label. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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Maclean's Magazine, 8 November 1958 - When Vancouver Turned Back the Sikhs, Multiple Contributors
12 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, 8 November 1958 - When Vancouver Turned Back the Sikhs
Canada Maclean Hunter 1958 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Cover illustration by Peter Whalley. Great colour ad for the new 1959 Custom Royal by Dodge inside front cover; Wonderful 2-page colour ad for the 1959 Chevrolet Impala Sport Sedan; Colour photo Matinee cigarette ad backstage with some glamorous people; Beverley Baxter - What It's Like on the Chinese border in Hong Kong; Our Airborne Maginot Line - Canada's Air defences / NORAD; The Royal Family of the Laurentians - the Wheeler Family of St. Jovite, Quebec; Expropriation - the fear and the facts in this fast-building country; The Holdup, by Ben Lappin; Holiday Weekend in Quebec City - Ken Johnstone returns for a holiday; When Vancouver Turned Back the Sikhs - The Komagata Maru - For 46 days in 1914 a shipload of would-be Indian immigrants was held just off shore by an angry province determined to 'stay white'... They fought off police, struggled in the courts, gave up when menaced by the navy, but left behind a legacy of death; Courtroom Secrets of a Master Lawyer - Criminal Lawyer Joe Cohen of Montreal; Have Insects got us Licked?; Nothing Succeeds like Charles Templeton - feature article with photos; Two-page colour ad for the 1959 Pontiac. Openings along coverfold. Several tears. Average wear. PLEASE NOTE: This copy is missing its centerfold which included a portion of the article on lawyer Joe Cohen and probably some ads. Binding has been restapled but middle page remains loose. 
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Maclean's Magazine, April 1, 1949 - Tom Bata is Shoemaker to the World, Multiple Contributors
13 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, April 1, 1949 - Tom Bata is Shoemaker to the World
Canada Maclean-Hunter 1949 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Arbuckle, Franklin (cover art) 
84 pages. Features. Cover illustration of outport village, Port de Grave, Newfoundland; Nice colour ad for International heavy trucks inside front cover; The Fabulous Shoemaker - Tom Bata, probably Canada's richest man, controls a million-a-day shoe output - part 1; Whirlaway to Work - interesting photo-illustrated article on using helicopters for urban transportation; The Lovers - story by Mona Williams - illustrated by Allen Richardson; Labor Cleans House - Stalin's stooges boss some of our key unions - it's a tough, nasty fight to unseat them but labour is doing it - article with photos; The Man with the Mail from Minsk - Samuel Hoffman has been delivering the mail along route 103 in Toronto for 25 years - article with photos; They Pay as They Sway - Arthur Murray Dance Lessons - article with photos; Wrestler Whipper Billy Watson (nee Potts) - article with colour photo; So You're Buying a Used Car; 10,000 Men for Dinner - Crawley and McCracken are the continent's biggest bush-camp caterers -article with photos; A Place for Children - story by Alec Rackowe - illustrated by W. Book; Young Man of the World - Garry Davis has renounced his US citizenship and declared himself a citizen of the world - article with photos; Now They Get Medicine From Blood - Attractive centerfold ad for the new custom Dodge car; Attractive two-page colour ad for the great new Plymouth; Sweet two-page colour ad for the Elegant new Chrysler; Nice two-page colour ad for the new Dodge; Handsome two-page colour ad for the distinctive DeSoto car; Ad for Austin 3 and 5 ton trucks; Full-page colour ad for Stokely's tomato juice. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A quality copy. 
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Maclean's Magazine, February 1, 1952 - South Africa's Ku Klux Klan, Multiple Contributors
14 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, February 1, 1952 - South Africa's Ku Klux Klan
Canada Maclean-Hunter 1952 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Winter, William (Cover Art); Cahen, Oscar 
52 pages. Features: Nice cover art depicts an active school gym; Bagdad on the Thames - London Report by Beverley Baxter; Cigarette Smugglers Beware - Ottawa Report; Li'l Abner-themed Cream of Wheat ad; The Riddle of Louis Riel - Maclean's flashback - article with photos, part 1 of 2; South Africa's Ku Klux Klan - the Broederbond believes God made the white man to be boss - article with photos; Blizzard in the Banana Belt, by Farley Mowat - illustrated by Oscar Cahen; Vancouver Takes to the Hills - Skiiing in Vancouver - article with colour photos atop Mount Garibaldi and Grouse Mountain; Why I Work for God - The Reverend David S. Duncombe of Holy Trinity Church, Hicksville, Long Island - article with photos; The Shy Midas Behind the Ungava Iron Development - Julles Timmins- article with photos; She Cooked Dinner for the Princess - Maria Colquhoun - she is probably one of Canada's best cooks at Eagle Crest Lodge near Qualicum Beach on Vancouver Island - article with photos; How to Catch an Eagle - Winnipeg's Charles Broley is an international authority on banding eagles - article with amazing photos; "All Aboard..." - humor by Eric Nicol, illustrated by l'Amare; Bold colour centerfold ad for the 1952 Pontiac; Classy ad for the 1952 Chrysler cars; 1952 Studebaker ad inside back cover; 
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Maclean's Magazine, March 15, 1953, Multiple Contributors
15 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, March 15, 1953
Canada Maclean-Hunter 1953 First Edition Paperback Very Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Winter, William (Cover Art); Karsh; Dalgleish, Keith 
80 pages. Features: Nice ad for the Dodge Coronet V*; The Family in the Palace - Part 1 of 7 by Pierre Berton - the absorbing story of the House of Windsor; What Karsh Saw in Toronto - wonderful black and white photos - a precous snapshot of Toronto in 1953; The Girl Who Became Melissa Hayden - Millie Herman has become one of the top ten ballerinas this side of the Iron Curtain - colour photos; The Row Over the Three Rs - short of staff and space our schools can't decide on what kind of education our chikldren should get - part 2 of the Crisis in Education; William Aberhart - the Mand and His Shadow - a Maclean's Flashback - nice photos; A Friendly Game of Cards - story by Antony Ferry, illustrated by Keith Dalgleish; What's Put Hockey on the Skids? - article with full-page photo of a scrum between the Bruins and Leafs; At Grips With A Grizzly, by Colin Wyatt - the true story of probably the only man who has fought a grizzly bear with his bare hands and lived to tell the tale!; Nice colour Buick ad; Colour Plymouth ad; Nice Heinz soup ad with girl's photo; Colour ad for General Motors of Canada shows several car and truck models; Bing Crosby in Auto-Lite Spark Plug ad; 1953 Mercury car ad inside back cover; Attractive Coke ad on back cover shows well-dressed hostess setting a nice table. Light wear. Unmarked. A pleasing copy. 
Price: 249.95 USD
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Maclean's Magazine, May 15, 1952 - Mavor Moore, Multiple Contributors
16 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, May 15, 1952 - Mavor Moore
Canada Maclean-Hunter 1952 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Woods, Rex (cover art); Law, Anthony 
80 pages. Features: Editorial - We Can't Afford not to listen to Stalin; Did Stalin Make Hitler's Blunder? - a question from London; The Man Who's Going to Make Our TV - When TV arrives in Canada, probably this summer, much of what comes out on the screen will come out of the head of a 33-year-old prodigy named Mavor Moore - article with photos; What it's Like to by Forty - humour by Robert Thomas Allen - illustrated by Duncan MacPherson; The Nightmare Convoy of the Atlantic - A Maclean's Flashback - the blow-by-blow story of ONS 154, the hardest-hit convoy ever escorted by the Canadian Navy at the close of 1942, by Jack McNaught; Our Four Lads on a Little White Cloud - the quartet of Toronto choirboys - Jimmy Arnold, Connie Codarini, Frankie Busseri, and Bernie Toorish - nice colour photo, article, and black and white photos; The Ordeal of Seretse and his White Queen Ruth - Seretse Khama guessed that his 100,000 African subjects would not object to his marriage to a white English girl, Ruth Williams - article with photos; Lady in the Celeste - story by Pat E. O'Neill - illustrated by James Hill; The Acid-Minded Professor - the University of Alberta's Dr. William Rowan - article with photos; How to Save Your Child's Life - the modern home is almost as dangerous as a battlefield; The All Want to See the Folies - The Folies Bergere of Paris - article with photos; Why Won't Canadians Eat Fish?; Full-page Canadian Army recruiting ad; Excellent full-page colour-photo ad for Allis-Chalmers Crawler Tractors - Steel Production/Slag Moving Theme; Very attractive colour full-page ad for the 1952 Pontiac; Centerfold ad for the 1952 Meteor; Uncommon colour ad for Tooke brand clothing; 1952 Monarch car ad; O'Keefe's Brewing Company ad honours the 48th Highlanders of Canada; Nice Coke ad on back cover shows 'Gone for a Coke' painted on wall by painter on break. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A quality copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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Maclean's Magazine, November 1967 *Full-Scale Interview with H. Rap Brown - he Suggests Blacks Should Shoot Back When Shot at*, Multiple Contributors
17 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, November 1967 *Full-Scale Interview with H. Rap Brown - he Suggests Blacks Should Shoot Back When Shot at*
Canada Maclean Hunter 1967 First Edition Paperback Fair Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: Did Richard Giesbrecht overhear JFK's assassins?; Colour photo ad for the 1968 Delta Oldsmobile; Campus 1967 - Why has it grown so quiet? - an 11-page hard look at the new campus and its problems; A Consumer's Report on Canada's Top Universities; A Day in the Life of a University - 100 people are button-holed at the University of Toronto; Crazy Legs! - colour photos of coloured leggings!; The day the balloon went up for Wallace McCutcheon; Robert Stanfield in Ottawa - the end of obstruction; The Lonely, Fearful Hell of Nervous Breakdowns; Hey Stuke! - Annis Stukus seeks to bulldoze Vancouver into the National Hockey League; When the daring young men took off into glory from a Newfoundland pasture - the challenge to be the first to fly the Atlantic; The Black Hand on the Big Trigger - H. Rap Brown gives his first full-scale interview to a white reporter; Look - There's a Flying Saucer! - some scientists want to prove UFO observers right, or wrong; Nice colour ad for Hollandia pipe tobacco; Colour photo half-page ad for Ski-Doo 1968; Canadiana, with Gerald Stevens; Fantastic colour photo centerfold for the 1968 Buick Models - Gigantic and beautiful cars we'll probably never see again... sigh; Archery in the Rough. Covers separated and detached, but present. 
Price: 169.95 USD
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Material History Review -  Number 48, Fall 1998 *Ships, Seafaring and Small Craft*, Multiple Contributors
18 Multiple Contributors Material History Review - Number 48, Fall 1998 *Ships, Seafaring and Small Craft*
Canada National Museum of Science and Technology 1998 First Edition Paperback Good Former Library Copy 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: "Probably the most beautiful Rowboat afloat" - The Form and Meaning of the St. Lawrence Skiff; "The Featherweight and the Backwoods" and the evolution of the pack canoe; Reassembly of a Sixteenth-Century Basque Chalupa; Recent Advances in Ship History and Archeaeology, 1450-1650 - Hull Design, Regional Typologies and Wood Studies; The Amsler Integrator and the Burden of Calculation; Snagboats and "Dead-Heads" - Interpreting History Onboard the W.T. Preston; Le Marco Polo, un navire canadien de renommee mondiale au milieu du XIXe siecle; Boat Models, Buoys and Board Games - Reflecting and Reliving Watermen's Work; Culture Materielle et niveaux de richesse chez les pecheurs de Plaisance et de l'ile Royale, 1700-1758; Emotion as Document - Death and Dying in the Second World War Art of Jack Nichols; "You Paint Me a Ship as is Like a Ship" - The Verkin Ship Portraits; Mi-marins, mi-mages - caracteres de l'univers magico-religieux des pecheurs et des gens de mer du littoral tyrrhenien; Les objets du rite - le bapteme de la Ligne; Voyagers in the Vault of Heaven - the Phenomonon of Ships in the Sky in Medieval Ireland and Beyond; Recent Media Treatment of the Titanic Tragedy; Edutainment and the Museum - a cautionary tale; plus 10 book reviews. Average wear. Usual library markings. A sound copy. 
Price: 99.95 USD
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National Lampoon, March 1986 *THIS ISSUE EXPLOITS WOMEN!*, Multiple Contributors
19 Multiple Contributors National Lampoon, March 1986 *THIS ISSUE EXPLOITS WOMEN!*
USA National Lampoon 1986 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
82 pages. Stories: You're a Man Baby and Don't You Forget It; I was a Gay Male Drag Queen Trapped in the Body of a Woman; Feminist Party Jokes; Ass-Anon Comes to New Jersey; How I Became a Feminist; Guys on Dolls - Four Male Cartoonists Look at the World of Women; National Tampoon; Mary Tyler Moore and Me; A Tale of Modern Romance; Womaning; A Woman Tells Men - Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Women and Probably Won't Understand When I Explain It to You; Women, What do they Want?; Scary Monsters; Why Women Become Lesbians. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
Price: 99.95 USD
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The Canadian Magazine, 28 November 1970  *PART 3 OF 'THE MOB'*, Multiple Contributors
20 Multiple Contributors The Canadian Magazine, 28 November 1970 *PART 3 OF 'THE MOB'*
Toronto Southstar 1970 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: Is it already too late for the Seventies? - 'our awards for achievement below and far short of the call of duty in the first year of the decade; The members of the Mob - meet the ones who've been weeded out, and you'll worry just as the cops worry - about the ones who are still with us; The Winds of the Sea - Tom and Greg Ryan are maritime fishermen; Suddenly pants are proper - fashion feature; George Eaton of the famous family races Grand Prix cars at 170 mph; Please note 1/3 of page 23 has been clipped out - this probably contained part of the 'you asked us' section; Rogers Chocolates - began when the chocolate bar was only 9 years old - photos and text (piece clipped from one photo); Homer Stephens conducts Canada' largest car auction - Cooksville Auto Auction; Maggie Grant; Doug Wright's Family. Clean and unmarked with average wear. 
Price: 149.95 USD
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