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Maclean's - Canada's Weekly News Magazine, June 15, 1992 - Cover Photo of Diana, Princess of Wales, Amiel, B.; Newman, P.C.; MacLeod, S.; Et al
1 Amiel, B.; Newman, P.C.; MacLeod, S.; Et al Maclean's - Canada's Weekly News Magazine, June 15, 1992 - Cover Photo of Diana, Princess of Wales
Toronto Maclean's 1992 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
56 pages. Features: One-page colour-photo ad for the Fairwinds Golf Course development north of Nanaimo, B.C.; The heat is on Joe Clark as national unity talks enter critical phase; The agony of Martesnville, Saskatchewan - multiple charges of physical and sexual abuse against children; Two-page VW ad features embroidered images of their vehicles; Serbia becomes pariah - U.N. responds with sanctions; Danish voters reject Maastricht Treaty; Feature Article - Diana's Story - and the embattled British Crown; Australian weigh republicanism; Paul Reichmann of collapsed developer Olympia & York (O&Y) - a patriarch at bay; Westray tragedy raises troubling issues; Peter C. Newman writes on the volatile real estate scene in New York; Rio Earth Summit; Christine Lamont and David Spencer held in Sao Paulo prison; Interesting one-page B.C. Tel ad promotes their calling card; Northern Telecom ad on back cover for their Meridian 1 PBX.; Great cover photo of Lady Diana. Danish vote article on page 24 extensively marked in light pencil. Moderate wear. A sound copy of this interesting issue. 
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The New York Times Magazine, July 29, 1945 - A Picture of the Japanese Soldier, Baldwin, Hanson W.; Jones, George E.; Rusk, Col. Howard A.; Et al
2 Baldwin, Hanson W.; Jones, George E.; Rusk, Col. Howard A.; Et al The New York Times Magazine, July 29, 1945 - A Picture of the Japanese Soldier
USA The New York Times 1945 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
40 pages. Features: Dramatic cover photo of a Pacific LCI firing rockets; This is the Army We Have to Defeat - a picture of the Japanese soldier and of the organization of which he is the core; The Aircraft Carrier - lethal sea weapon and powder keg, too; Col. Howard A. Rusk explains the returning soldier's emotional problems and offers a solution; The Mediterranean will become a highway for all nations; Greatest Education Project in History - set up by our Army in Europe, it will have more than a million GI students; Claude R. Wickard explores Rural Electrification (RE); They Do a Sailor's Job - Six photos of female Waves at work in the U.S. Navy; Man of Science and of Penicillin - Sir Alexander Fleming talks of his discovery and its future promise; Nice color one-page ad for Virginia Rounds cigarettes; Good Words for Insects; Four photos of famous art pieces being returned to the Louvre from their provincial hiding places; Two pages of fashion photos of autumn suits for ladies; Nice color-photo back page Macy's ad features three ladies in winged-look raincoats; and more. Moderate external soiling and wear. Unmarked. Moderate age-toning to paper. A sound copy of this vintage WWII issue. 
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The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, October (Oct) 2, 1926 -  Booth Tarkington Talks, Benson, Allan L.; Whiting, May B.; HAle, William J.; Barton, William E.; Howe, J. Olin; Budd, Ralph W.; Karpinski, Louis C.; Hawthorne, Julian; Aaron, S.F.; Finger, Charles J.
3 Benson, Allan L.; Whiting, May B.; HAle, William J.; Barton, William E.; Howe, J. Olin; Budd, Ralph W.; Karpinski, Louis C.; Hawthorne, Julian; Aaron, S.F.; Finger, Charles J. The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, October (Oct) 2, 1926 - Booth Tarkington Talks
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1926 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Bennett, R.O.; Broecker, Richard; Clarke, W.W.; Van Der Heyden, Gerald; Honore, Paul 
32 pages. Features: Nice two-color illustrated Firestone ad inside front cover features mother and children; Why Half the People Do not Vote - An Explanation; Booth Tarkington Talks of Many Things; Farming Must Become a Chemical Industry - development of co-products will solve present agricultural problem; Abraham Lincoln's Lost Speech; The Use of Great Names in 'Blue Sky' Swindles; Ye Knife - Ye Forke - Ye Spoone - a brief history of those noble tools; Henry Ford's Page - money, a national commodity, has been made a private concession; Editorial - news from Russia that the only Jew remaining in a position of importance is Litvinov as the Communist Party threatens to become anti-Semitic after the death of M. Djerjinski; The Harvard of Our Forefathers; The Ebb and Flow of Winged Waves - bird article; The Voyage of the Victoria (part 12) - When Pirates Ruled; Chats with Office Callers - ; Can You Tell Me?; I Read in the Papers - M. Loewenstein Makes an Offer, That Monkey Opera in Budapest, Chess Comes from India; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, April 1938 - The Glamour of New Egypt / The Broke the Power of the Medicine Men, Bonnell, James F.; Batten, H.; Gribble, L.; Roberts, T.; Atlee, B.; Peters, J.; Phayre, I.; Godsell, P.; Brown, J.; Bayne, E.
4 Bonnell, James F.; Batten, H.; Gribble, L.; Roberts, T.; Atlee, B.; Peters, J.; Phayre, I.; Godsell, P.; Brown, J.; Bayne, E. National Home Monthly Magazine, April 1938 - The Glamour of New Egypt / The Broke the Power of the Medicine Men
Winnipeg National Home Monthly / Stovel 1938 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Thorne, Diana (cover); Holmgren, John; Thorne, Diana; Clymer, John F.; Watson, Emmett; Smith, Ralph C.; Phillips, John 
76 pages. Features: Nice cover illustration of dogs looking at spring robin in tree; News items include - The land where they know it all (Russia), A 'Tough-Minded Arguer, The Will as a Life-Force, The Spiirit of Fair Play, Too Much Commercialism, German's 'Readjustment', In Fascist Italy, Russia's New Revolution, and Northern Ireland; One-page photo ad for the Frigidaire fridge with new silent 'meter-miser'; Nice one-page colour-illustrated Simmons mattress ad shows young lady having sweet dreams; The Glamour of "New" Egypt - photo-illustrated article of this nation, including photo of His Majesty King Farouk and his new Queen, plus a photo of Queen-Mother Nazli and three of the King's sisters with his Queen, Farida, at St. Moritz; All That Goes Up (short story); The Orphan (short story); The Spiked Gunn (short story); The Broke the Power of the Medicine Men - fascinating photo-illustrated true-crime article involving the native peoples of Northern Manitoba; Fruits of Defeat (short story); The 3 Daughters of De Monaye (part II); Looking Two Ways in Sport - vintage sports article talks about hockey and includes photos of figure skaters Montgomery Wilson and Miss Eleanor O'Meara, plus boxer 'Baby' Yack, Canadian Bantamweight champion; Lovely one-page 1938 Chevrolet ad shows green car; Nostalgic one-page Heinz soup ad shows 1930's gent about to take a slurp; Italian tourism half-page ad; Nice half-page Canadian National ad features photos of their Jasper destination; Hollywood news includes photos of Marlene Dietrich, Merle Oberon, Bobbie Breen, and many more; Parker Vacumatic ad features photo of advice-giver Dorothy Dix; Vintage half-page ad for Sun Life features photo of mom with kids; Sweet Caporal ad features photo of dog Volhynia Kyra ("Silver") owned by Mrs. H. Randolph Casgrain of Westmount, Quebec; Nice photo-illustrated fashion article; Easter cooking article; Article about how every woman 'shall keep romance alive'; Colour half-page ad by the Government of Canada includes illustration of the Canada Building at the 1938 Empire Exhibition in Scotland; World Sayings; Maxwell House coffee ad inside back cover; Congoleum flooring ad on back cover; and more. Centre page loose but present. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN) Magazine, September 25, 1954 -  Cover Photo of Mr. Dulles Shaking Hands with Winston Churchill with Mr. Anthony Eden Outside No. 10, Downing St., Chesterton, G.K.; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril
5 Chesterton, G.K.; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril The Illustrated London News (ILN) Magazine, September 25, 1954 - Cover Photo of Mr. Dulles Shaking Hands with Winston Churchill with Mr. Anthony Eden Outside No. 10, Downing St.
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd. 1954 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Xenia; Vandervaart 
Pages 485-524.. Features: Nice colour-illustrated ad for BMK Carpets and Rugs inside front cover; Nice Benson & Hedges ad with illustration of scene on passenger aircraft; Half-page ad for Bristol 2-litre cars; Photos of Mr. Eden's European tour and Mr. John Foster Dulles' visit; Train crash in Portugal near Odemira kills 11; Sunken Sutherland flying boat in St. Peter Port Harbour; Ford's new XM-151 'Jeep"; Photos of the Duchess of Kent in the United States; Mithras head discovered in City of London in Roman temple; Two pages of a mini Dutch town, "Madurodam" in the Hague; One-page series of illustrations present new sliding rigger - biggest rowing innovation since 1872; One-page colour photo of 56lb block of aquamarine in New York - presently in legal dispute; Full-page reproduction of painting "The Chatsworth Violin"; One-page photo of French Speleologist in the Berger Cavern, over 2,000 feet deep; Personalities of the week include members of the M.C.C. touring team at Tilbury, The Dalai Lama and the Panchen Lama in Peking and Captain R.T. Shepherd, pilot of the 'flying bedstead'; A bull and heifer of the Chartley type of wild white cattle seen at Whipsnade; Tallest man-made structure in the world - the KWTV TV tower in Oklahoma City; Nice half-page Land Rover ad for the 'go anywhere vehicle'; Colour ad on back cover for Reed Paper talks of roads laid on paper; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Punch Magazine - May Day Special - 29 April - 5 May 1970: Revolutions Cover Illustration, Coren, Alan; et al
6 Coren, Alan; et al Punch Magazine - May Day Special - 29 April - 5 May 1970: Revolutions Cover Illustration
UK Punch Publications 1970 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: One man against the BBC; 350 years of unnatural selection; Nice one-page photo-ad for the Ford Mustang; Rupert Murdoch talks about the great Biggs manuscript haul; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. 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.
7 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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Vogue Magazine (US) 1 April 1971, Davis, Gwen; Calisher, Hortense; Phelps, Robert; Gordon, Ruth; Kent, Leticia; Pepper, Bill
8 Davis, Gwen; Calisher, Hortense; Phelps, Robert; Gordon, Ruth; Kent, Leticia; Pepper, Bill Vogue Magazine (US) 1 April 1971
USA Conde Nast 1971 First Edition Paperback Fair Former Library Copy Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Avedon (Cover Photo); Clarke, Henry 
180 pages. Features: Ad for the ill-fated Ford Pinto inside front cover; Day and evening summer clothes you can't wait to wear; The best new looks from Spanish couture and boutique collections; Gwen Davis - a novel way of dieting; Sex Appeal is a state of mind; The body - a woman's own environment; Skin in bed; The easy pretty head - wigs, coiffures - the shortest, kindest cut; A pretty woman uses all the help she can get - 25 quick beauty tricks; Scarlet nails - male bait; A 1971 Gigi looks at sex; Cubism - making a new reality; Picasso and Braque - their cubist years; Lording it!; Dr. Linus Pauling talks about Vitamin C; Audrey Hepburn Dotti and her family in their Swiss farmhouse; and much more. Above-average wear. 2" x 3" piece missing from bottom of back cover. Tape along spine. Numerous tape repairs to front cover which is missing a 2" x 2" piece from lower edge. Usual library markings. A worthy reference copy. 
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Liberty - Canada's Largest Weekly Magazine, August 12, 1939 - Is Father Charles E. Coughlin Anti-Semitic?, Doherty, Ethel; Long, Louise; Taylor, Matt; Sangster, Margaret E.; Chambers, Whitman; Walker, James J.; Waterbury, Ruth; Collins, Frederick; Liebowitz, Samuel S.; Jacobs, Helen Hull; Kropotkin, Princess Alexandra; Oursler, Fulton
9 Doherty, Ethel; Long, Louise; Taylor, Matt; Sangster, Margaret E.; Chambers, Whitman; Walker, James J.; Waterbury, Ruth; Collins, Frederick; Liebowitz, Samuel S.; Jacobs, Helen Hull; Kropotkin, Princess Alexandra; Oursler, Fulton Liberty - Canada's Largest Weekly Magazine, August 12, 1939 - Is Father Charles E. Coughlin Anti-Semitic?
Toronto Liberty Weekly of Canada, Ltd 1939 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Tchetchet (Cover); Simplink A.N.; Watrous, J.; Vincentini; Lyford, Phil; Berry, Phil; La Salle, Charles 
54 pages. Features: Attractive cover illustration of lady in swimwear; Let's Have Direct Relief for Our Real Forgotten Man - Editorial against high real estate taxes; Death Looks for Cinderella (part 1); Is Father Coughlin Anti-Semitic? - His Own Answer - article with photo; Country Club Scandal (short story); I Was a Showman Too - Volatile Ex-New York Mayor James J. Walker talks of brass bands and ballyhoo; Hearts in Danger (fiction); How to Win Sick Friends and Influence Them - flowers are lovely but show a little originality!; The Good Earth Answers (pioneer family fiction); Purge in Hot Springs (conclusion); Matinee Today (short story); To the Ladies; Hell's Bargainers - Traitors to the Law - Sam Leibowitz exposes the method of lawyer-criminals; Rancher-Artist Augustus (Gus) Kenderdine - candidate for the Canadian Hall of Fame (article with photo); Tennis is a Dub's Game - words of cheer from champion Helen Hull Jacobs; Toronto's Royal York Hotel is featured prominently inside back cover; Colour back cover ad for the Physical Culture Hotel, Dansville, New York. Somewhat above-average external wear. Light pencil doodling to cartoon on page 46 and art contest blank on page 51. Binding intact. A sound copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, September (Sept.) 28, 1957 - Herbert Norman / Seven Sets of Twins!/ Joseph Tucker / John Pratt M.P., Earl, Marj.; Ferry, Antony; Katz, S.; Allen, R.T.; Bodsworth, F.; Johnstone, K.; Schull, J.; Berrill, N.J.; Henry, Ann M.; Et al
10 Earl, Marj.; Ferry, Antony; Katz, S.; Allen, R.T.; Bodsworth, F.; Johnstone, K.; Schull, J.; Berrill, N.J.; Henry, Ann M.; Et al Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, September (Sept.) 28, 1957 - Herbert Norman / Seven Sets of Twins!/ Joseph Tucker / John Pratt M.P.
Montreal Maclean Hunter 1957 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Lansdowne, J.Fenwick (cover art); Hill, James; Macpherson, Duncan; Arbuckle, Franklin; Price, Arthur; King, Ronald 
112 pages. Features: Cover illustration of Red-Shafted Flicker by Fenwick Lansdowne; Colour ad for International Trucks inside front cover; Classy one-page colour ad for James Richardson & Sons celebrates their 100th anniversary; Half-page colour ad for GE electric blankets; "We don't have to put up with rock 'n' roll"; Beverley Baxter column talks about Lord Altrincham; Nice one-page colour ad for RCA Victor hi-fi products; Joseph Tucker's Triumphant Retreat from the Twentieth Century - he lives in the log cabin he built in Kuroki, Saskatchewan 46 years ago - great photo-illustrated article; Rosa Tremblay and her Seven Sets of Twins! - photo-illustrated article; The Dance of the Bells (short story); What Kind of Man Was Herbert Norman? - did the brilliant diplomat take his own life? - photo-illustrated article; Hangover at the OK Coral - what would happen if Hollywood stars really drank that much alcohol?; Seven gorgeous colour pages of bird illustrations by Fenwick Lansdowne; The Comedian Who Made the House of Commons - Photo-illustrated article on John Pratt; William Lawrence and his wonderful windjammer; The Unseen World of Taste and Smell; Vintage NCR one-page colour ad features supermarket checkout with huge old cash register; Lovely colour-photo two-page ad for Del Monte canned foods; Eight-page colour celebration of the 100th anniversary of the House of Seagram; Eva-Lis Wuorio describes her most memorable meal; Nice one-page colour-photo Caterpillar ad features Manitoba's Highway 1E before and after it was modernized; Nostalgic colour-photo Toronto-Dominion (TD) Bank ad shows classic teller scene with glass barrier along counter; Colour-photo one-page Canadian Club ad features Charles Fidani who snatches ribbons (rosettes) from the forelock of charging bulls in Saliers, France (The Ribbon Game); Attractive one-page ad for Philips Styline TVs; One-page ad for Dictaphone shows executive speaking into microphone in his impressive office; Nice colour-photo Old Vienna beer ad shows man reaching for tray; Pilkington Glass colour-photo ad with scene in home of E.C. Vandervoort, Kingston, Ontario; Nice one-page colour-photo ad for Simmons Hide-A-Beds; One-page colour-photo ad for Youngstown Kitchens; Trans-Canada Air Lines one-page ad shows Venice scene; Crown & Anchor beer ad features colour photo of golf scene; Vintage colour-photo Samsonite luggage ad features beautiful Miss Canada 1957, Joan May Fitzpatrick; Vintage one-page A.V. Roe ad entitled "Belgium Chooses the Avro CF-100", with two photos; Back cover colour Coke ad with illustration in Germany's Black Forest; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Chatelaine Magazine, August 1971 - Princess Anne Cover Photo, Eisenberg, Dennis; Shain, Merle; Cramer, Alex; Brady, Leona A.; Shain, Merle; Howard, Blanche; Dollery, Eveleen; Abrahamson, Una; Collett, Elaine; Nelles, Wanda
11 Eisenberg, Dennis; Shain, Merle; Cramer, Alex; Brady, Leona A.; Shain, Merle; Howard, Blanche; Dollery, Eveleen; Abrahamson, Una; Collett, Elaine; Nelles, Wanda Chatelaine Magazine, August 1971 - Princess Anne Cover Photo
Toronto Maclean Hunter 1971 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Csakany, Gabriel; Kotulsky, Ivan; Maggs, Arnaud; Ike, Karol; 
64 pages. Features: Gorgeous Revlon lipstick ad; Like Father, Like Daughter - Princess Anne; Could you live in Kitchener-Waterloo? - article with photos; The Girls Who Leave Home; Day of Storm (story); Former nun Leona A. Brady talks about leaving the convent, her marriage and motherhood; Communes - a new 'family' way of life - with photo of Jim and Pat Wilson and their baby in the Yellow Ford Truck on Toronto's Baldwin St.; Late Summer Fruits; Sew 18 Fashions for Half the Ready to Wear Cost. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Watercolor Magic Magazine, April 2007 - 19 Simple Steps for Painting Lush Landscapes, Johnson, Michael Chesley; Purtell, Caroline; Taute, Michelle; Secor, Deborah; Canterbury, Jessica; Kane, Kelly
12 Johnson, Michael Chesley; Purtell, Caroline; Taute, Michelle; Secor, Deborah; Canterbury, Jessica; Kane, Kelly Watercolor Magic Magazine, April 2007 - 19 Simple Steps for Painting Lush Landscapes
USA F+W Media 2007 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall O'Connor, Birgit 
80 pages. Features: How Ed Pointer Uses Composition to Create Pitch-Perfect Landscapes; Highly personal abstract paintings of Elaine Daily-Birnbaum; Steve Hanks talks about his poetic figure paintings; E. Jane Stoddard paints highly detailed and intricately composed scenes of her favorite places; Irwin Greenberg, Birgit O'Connor and Tom Fong bring their workshops to you; Exciting Elderhostel programs. Moderate wear. A sound copy. 
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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, October (Oct.) 12, 1957 - Canada's Biggest Big Businessmen, McNamee, James; Newman, Peter C.; Porter, McKenzie; Olson, Robert; James, Gerry; Allen, Robert T.; Et al
13 McNamee, James; Newman, Peter C.; Porter, McKenzie; Olson, Robert; James, Gerry; Allen, Robert T.; Et al Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, October (Oct.) 12, 1957 - Canada's Biggest Big Businessmen
Montreal Maclean Hunter 1957 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Arbuckle, Franklin (cover); Dallison, Ken; Macpherson, Duncan 
100 pages. Features: Cover art by Frankline Arbuckle shows horse-drawn potato diggers at work in New Brunswick's St. John River Valley near Grand Falls; Nice colour GWG ad inside front cover features macho scene of two men hefting a heavy wooden box; One-page colour Matinee cigarette ad shows high society equestrian scene; Article on Canada's wheat surplus; Notes on a journey to the Wagner Festival; Canada's Biggest Big Businessmen - with photo of Garfield Weston and grandson at his Riviera home, Samuel Bronfman, John David Eaton, Charles Dunning, Joseph Simard, James Muir, A.E. (Dal) Grauer, R.A. Jodrey, E.P. Taylor, and J.S.D.Tory, plus list of dozens of individuals, their number of Boards, and their main interests; How the Queen Talks and What She Says; Florencia Bay (part 1); What's Happened to the Suburb They Called Crestwood Heights? (an inquisitive study of Toronto's Forests Hills Village; Why I'm Quitting Hocky for Football - Gerry James chooses the Winnipeg Blue Bombers over the Toronto Maple Leafs - article with photos; How a Teenager's Dream Came True at Stratford - Roberta Maxwell; Nostalgic BA ad for their Velvet 98 gas says a 'new star is born' and shows lady's face at center of star; Classy one-page colour-photo ad for Omega Watches says they are the official timepiece of Canadian Pacific Airlines; One-page colour ad for Canada Steamship lines features the lake freighter 'Georgian Bay'; 3/4-page Canadair ad features their CL-44 aircraft; Nice one-page Hammond Organ ad; Canadian Club colour-photo ad features photos in Switzerland where Theodor Wyrsch won a flag-swinging contest at St. Moritz; I Ate My Way Up the Waldord, by Antony Ferry; Marconi Radio ad; Toronto-Dominion (TD) Bank ad encourages modern husbands and wives to have individual chequing accounts; Vintage two-colour (black and red) Bank of Montreal ad features a long-forgotten logo; One-page colour ad for O'Keefe Ale features couple; Back cover Polysar ad features colour illustration entitled 'When Saturday Night was Bath Night', which shows mother bathing young girl in large wooden basin in kitchen with water heated on the stove; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A sound vintage copy of this great issue. 
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(Canadian Forces) Sentinel 1976/1, Volume 12, Number 1, Multiple Contributors
14 Multiple Contributors (Canadian Forces) Sentinel 1976/1, Volume 12, Number 1
Ottawa Government of Canada 1976 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
30 pages. Illustrated in colour and black and white. Features: Experience Talks, by Rear-Admiral A.L. Collier; New Life for an Old Turkey - RCN Avenger on display; Polar Dip - Navy Divers in the North; The Salvation Army - with CF Europe; Elizabeth - German Lady with 'Sally Ann"; A Wartime RCAF Photographer Remembers - Ken Coleman. Clean and unmarked with light wear. Quality copy. 
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Architectural Digest Magazine, October 2002 *Larry King in Beverly Hills*, Multiple Contributors
15 Multiple Contributors Architectural Digest Magazine, October 2002 *Larry King in Beverly Hills*
USA Advance Magazine Publishers 2003 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
286 pages. Features: Larry King's Beverly Hills home; Legendary dealer Andre Emmerich talks about art; Florida's Ca d'Zan - circus magnate John Ringling's venetian-style palazzo; Axel Vervoordt transforms a house in Holland Park; Wheeler Kearns - a cool Chicago project; Robert Duvall's Virginia Tango; Emily Fischer Landau chooses her palette in New York; Polishing two stone houses in the Umbrian Hills; Lodge on a Lake Michigan Bay; Williamsburg Inn; Contemporary Colorado house; Hubert De Givenchy - remembering his Rue Fabert residence; Perusing Palm Beach; Chalet Noemie in the alpine resort of Megeve; Unbult houses - pushing hte envelope; Barovier Glass - a new generation of collectors; Thomas Pheasant; Mercedes-Benz innovative new models; The Blue Train - 5 star style in South Africa; One Central Park Tower; Nymphenburg's Revival - rococo porcelain; Estates for sale. Light wear. Unmarked. A quality copy. 
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British Columbia History, Fall 2012 - Journey From Norway to Vancouver, Multiple Contributors
16 Multiple Contributors British Columbia History, Fall 2012 - Journey From Norway to Vancouver
Canada BCH 2012 First Edition Paperback Very Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
48 pages. Features: Jennie Korsnes Journey to Barnet, British Columbia alone from Aalesund, Norway in 1927; Lt. Col. Eric Parker Tibetan Collection at MOA; Vern Giesbrecht - A Newspaper Editor's Life; John Oliver High School Celebrates its 100th anniversary; Shannon Bettles of the Chilliwack Museum talks about her archives renovation project; and more. Nice 1947 high school photo of Jimmy Pattison and his car on back cover. Clean, bright and unmarked with light wear. A quality copy. 
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Excellence - The Magazine About Porsche, June 2010 - 918 Spyder, Multiple Contributors
17 Multiple Contributors Excellence - The Magazine About Porsche, June 2010 - 918 Spyder
USA Ross Periodicals, Inc. 2010 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
160 pages. Features: 2010 GT3 RS tested; Nurburgring preview; We assemble and test drive all three 1971 911s; Type 597 Jagdwagen - driving forces rarest Hunter; Michael Macht - Porsche's new CEO talks about the future; 918 Spyder preview; Two 997 Turbos claiming 700 hp go head-to-head; Can a tweaked 993 Turbo dance with 700 hp 997 Turbos?; Canadian couple builds the first 911 racer with PDK; Sebring 2010; Boxster spec - can you race a modern Porsche on a budget? Yes; Project 914 3.6 - reassembly; Fix- don't replace - that broken 986/996 key for $3; Tech forum - intermediate shaft replacement, part one; and more. Clean, bright and unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy. 
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Harper's New Monthly Magazine, No. 192, Volume 32, May 1866, Multiple Contributors
18 Multiple Contributors Harper's New Monthly Magazine, No. 192, Volume 32, May 1866
New York Harper & Brothers 1866 First Edition Paperback Fair 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Pages 683-816. Illustrated with black and white engravings. Features: Galena and its Lead Mines; The Yosemite Valley; Livingstone's Last African Expedition; Cast Away; The Flag That Talks; Armadale; Tom Lodowne; Marriage A La Mode; The American People Starved and Poisoned; Queen's Good Work; Kate; The Voices of the Night; Longwood; Editor's Easy Chair; Monthly Record of Current Events; Editor's Drawer. Includes list of contents of volume XXXII. Above average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. 
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International Piano Magazine, November/December 2001, Alexis Weissenberg Cover Photo, Multiple Contributors
19 Multiple Contributors International Piano Magazine, November/December 2001, Alexis Weissenberg Cover Photo
UK Orpheus 2001 First Edition Paperback Very Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
88 pages. Features: Alexis Weissenberg - part 2 of a look back at the career of this extraordinary artist; A survey of the remarkable piano output of Louis Moreau Gottschalk; Peter Warwick talks to Claudio Arrau about the great players of his youth - 2nd installment of a two-part interview from 1976; A tribute to Alberto H. Hernandez; The complete commercial discography of Jesus Maria Sanroma; Emanuel Ax on the future of classical music; the visionaries behind the Van Cliburn Competition; A survey of the recorded works of Stravinsky's masterwork, Three Movements from Petrushka; Discography - Stravinsky's Three Movements from Petrushka; Charting the history of Steinway & Sons; Meet Simon Trpceski; Searching for all things pianistic on the world wide web. Clean, bright and unmarked with light wear. Nice copy. 
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Liberty Magazine, August 10, 1940 *Lord Beaverbrook - Canada's Whirlwind Baron*, Multiple Contributors
20 Multiple Contributors Liberty Magazine, August 10, 1940 *Lord Beaverbrook - Canada's Whirlwind Baron*
Toronto Liberty Publishing Corporation of Canada 1942 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
52 pages. Cover illustration by J.F. Kernan shows golfer bending down to pluck a four-leaf clover; Contents: Editorial by Joseph Lister Rutledge argues that the Allies will will WWII if everyone performs; My Love Affair with Mussolini, by Magda Fontanges - Part One; Fifth (5th) Column in California - Will the Japanese Blitzkrieg Strike at the U.S.A.? - Jerry D. Lewis argues that Japanese-American fishermen in California pose a security threat to the nation; Flames Without Heat, by Margaret E. Sangster; 40 question theater quiz by George Jean Nathan; Golf is a Goofy Game, by Richards Vidmer; Beppo, by Jane Magill; A World Well Lost, by Alice Douglas Kelly; Lifebuoy soap ad presents scientific facts about 'B.O.'; The Man Behind a Miracle - a vivid look at Wendell Willkie, by Bernarr Macfadden; Lord Beaverbrook - Canada's Whirlwind Baron - a revealing picture of the man who is finding Great Britain's war planes, by Kim Beattie; Money Talks - Part 10, by Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jr.; Did Stalin Poison Lenin?, by Leon Trotsky; Song... and 1780, by Beverly Hills; Alice Faye appears in Lux soap ad; To the Ladies, by Princess Alexandra Kropotkin; The War Days of Queen Elizabeth - part 2, by Mavis Cox - the stirring chronicle of a woman's royal courage; The Deserted Village - Hollywood, by Frederick Lewis; Who Killed This Woman?, by Harriette Ashbrook - Part 3; Ad for Odo-Ro-No deodorant; A Visitor Goes Away and Dies, by Fulton Oursler; Ad inside back cover promotes Liberty Magazine and the Chateau Frontenac Hotel in Quebec City; Nice colour ad on back cover for Mercury Mills Limited, Hamilton. Average wear. A sound copy. 
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