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Current Affairs, Number 35: Rumours and Rumour-Mongers.  January (Jan.) 16th, 1943, (British) Army Bureau of Current Affairs; Pritchard, Dr. R.
1 (British) Army Bureau of Current Affairs; Pritchard, Dr. R. Current Affairs, Number 35: Rumours and Rumour-Mongers. January (Jan.) 16th, 1943
Canada (British) Army Bureau of Current Affairs / Government of Canada 1943 Reprint Paperback Very Good 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 
12 + iv pages. "Not to be Published - the information given in this publication is not to be communicated, either directly, to the Press or to any person not holding an official position in His Majesty's Forces." - from front cover. Reprinted in Canada, January, 1943. Contents: Discussion on Rumour - what is it, five kinds, how does it arise?, how does it spread?, what harm does it do?, how to scotch them?. Unmarked with light wear. A quality copy. 
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The Dearborn Independent, Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, April (Apr.) 3, 1926 - Will Palestine Ever Pay Its Board?, Aaron, S.F.; Johns, E.B.; Thompson, Huston; Perry, Armstrong; Barron, C.W.; Barton, William E.; MacConnell, Duncan; Finger, Charles J.; Aschemeier, C.R.; Robinson, Alan M.
2 Aaron, S.F.; Johns, E.B.; Thompson, Huston; Perry, Armstrong; Barron, C.W.; Barton, William E.; MacConnell, Duncan; Finger, Charles J.; Aschemeier, C.R.; Robinson, Alan M. The Dearborn Independent, Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, April (Apr.) 3, 1926 - Will Palestine Ever Pay Its Board?
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1926 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Clarke, W.W.; Graham, J.C.; Honore, Paul 
32 pages. Features: The Killers' Struggle to Exist - all animals wage unending war for mere right to live; Legislating in Secret Session - Budget Officer Rules United States and is not Answerable to the People - New Method of Neutralizing Congressional Government; Why (Woodrow) Wilson Disliked Reporters (part 2) - distaste for publicity developed into aversion for newspapermen through their boorish blunders; The Fallacies of Philanthropy - There are some glaring inconsistencies in organized charity - Is there a remedy?; Galli-Curci Swayed by Swedish Music - Prima Donna gives a wonderful interpretation of the writings of Emanuel Swedenborg; Mr. (Henry) Ford's Page; Editorial criticizes lax enforcement of prohibition law and includes list of names of people recently indicted, including Benjamin Gleeman, Harry Gelman, Morris Roisner, Nathan Bader, Samuel, Harris, Abe Ginsberg, Benjamin Weiss, Leon Gleckman, Harry Bernstein, Benjamin Gersonstein, Albert Haimowitz, James Silberstein, and more; Rev. John Roach Straton is heckled during his sermon criticizing actresses; Satirical piece entitled "No - Don't Let Them See It (the Bible)"; M. Pietri of the Finance Commission of the French Chamber claims Great Britain is in debt to France after WWI; Criticism of Mussolini who has confiscated the home of a journalist critical of him - in New York; Will Palestine Ever Pay Its Board? - fascinating photo-illustrated article on this land which 'For thirty years before the War, Baron Rothschild had diligently sought to encourage Jewish immigration'; Washington Irving's London Has Gone - the glamour of his descriptions persist, though the landmarks have vanished; The Voyage of the Victoria - Light on the Dark Ages (first of a series); Where the Buffalo Survives - Ravalli, Montana; The Gorilla at Home - This Anthropoid, usually very peaceable, is much maligned; Uncle Sam Smashes Dishes to Study Them - testing proves American dishes and glassware to be the best; Hong Kong brings in very stiff penalties for importing firearms; Dinshah P. Ghadiali appeals his conviction related to his scheme for curing all ills through 'attuned color waves'; Manipulating the King's English - brevity and lucidity are our best word-soldiers when there is a dress parade; Kodiak legend of Shliam Shoa; Piano Sheet music and dance information for song "The Ripple". Average wear. Center page loose but present. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Canadian Magazine, 24 December 1977, Allen, Robert Thomas; Berton, Pierre; Knelman, Martin; Alderman, Tom
3 Allen, Robert Thomas; Berton, Pierre; Knelman, Martin; Alderman, Tom The Canadian Magazine, 24 December 1977
Toronto Southstar Publishers 1977 First Edition Paperback Very Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
20 pages. Features: Getting Wound Up for Christmas; New Evidence in the Case of the Crown vs. Gun-an-noot - article with photos; Not the Average Our Gang Comedy - interesting children from across Canada; Sweeping Them Off Their Feet - Lou Sendel is the best ballroom dancer in Canada; Doug Wright's Family cartoon; and more. Clean and unmarked with light wear. A quality vintage copy. 
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The Federal Illustrator, Fall Number, 1937, Almars, Joseph
4 Almars, Joseph The Federal Illustrator, Fall Number, 1937
USA Federal Schools 1937 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Gese, Herman (Cover) 
23 pages. Presents works from the professional division. "Some of these specimens have been reproduced in national magazines and used for special advertising campaigns. Many of them are excellent examples of how an art idea can be developed for a definite commercial art purpose. All show skill in handling and creative ability." - from page 3. Also included is a lovely illustrated article by Emil Bunjes entitled Sketching from Life. A three-page illustrated article by Gerhard Ramberg entitled "The Value of Servicing Small Art Accounts" is also included. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Binding sound. A quality copy. 
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Baldwin Locomotives, October 1931, Author Not Stated
5 Author Not Stated Baldwin Locomotives, October 1931
Philadelphia, PA The Baldwin Locomotive Works (BLW) 1931 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 
80 pages. Features: Motive Power Progress on the Chicago and North Western - very lengthy article with dozens of wonderful photos; Arthur Latham Church - obituary with photo portrait; Testing Railway Motor Cars - detailed article with many photos; The First Steam Railroad in the State of New Jersey - The Camden & Amboy Railroad and Transportation Company; The Manufacturer's Railway Company of St. Louis; The Railways of New South Wales - long article with many excellent photos; A Roundhouse Pit Crane; Extending the Electric Truck Range - Jaw-dropping article on the state of electric delivery trucks way back in 1931... including the following comment "The electric street truck has been with us for such a long time that many truck users feel they know it and know all about it."... (so why don't we have them now???); Baldwin Locomotives of Historic Interest; The Redwood Empire Special - the greatest single rail shipment of lumber in the history of the west - 117 cars with more than 3,000,000 feet of lumber - with photos; Fourteen pages of excellent photo ads. Average wear. Binding intact. Prior owner's small namestamp atop table of contents. A sound copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
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The New York Times Magazine, September (Sept.) 18, 1977 -  Hodding Carter Clan Cover Photo, Baker, Russell; Lyons, Gene; Lindsey, Robert; Gelb, Barbara; Funk, Ben; Christie, Agatha; Prial, Frank J.; Rayner, William P.; Millstein, Gilbert
6 Baker, Russell; Lyons, Gene; Lindsey, Robert; Gelb, Barbara; Funk, Ben; Christie, Agatha; Prial, Frank J.; Rayner, William P.; Millstein, Gilbert The New York Times Magazine, September (Sept.) 18, 1977 - Hodding Carter Clan Cover Photo
New York The New York Times 1977 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Harris, G.; Zabala, Teresa; Strick, David; Mesaros, Ron; Hinman, Chauncey T.; Mander, Raymond; Braun, Werner; Downey, Marjorie 
112 pages. Features: The Hodding Carters - Working for decades in the intransigent heartland of the South, they dedicated themselves and their newspaper to exposing the cruelties and injustice around them and reaffirming the basic goodness of the South they loved - article with photos (including cover); New Battles Over School Budgets - landmark California decisioin affecting John Serrano; Ten Days That Shook Me Up in Russia - the tormented world of Soviet dissidents; "Dewar's Profiles" features David O. Hill, Wildlife Conservationist of New York City; Swept Away - people continue to build along coastal areas despite terrible storms and the damage they cause; Poirot's First Case - Agatha Christie describes how she created her first detective story, and her grandest sleuth, while surrounded by poisons; Fantastic two-page centerfold ad for Jovan fragrances; Photos of Nubby Knits; Throwing a Curve - John Saladino designed this curved apartment; Sexy color-photo ad for luxurious silk bikini panties by Macy's; A Mess of Mopeds; Toyota Celica ad on back cover. Unmarked with moderate wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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Collier's - The National Weekly Magazine, March (Mar.) 16, 1918, Volume 61, Number 1 - President Woodrow Wilson / Shipbuilder Homer L. Ferguson On the Job, Biggers, Earl Derr; Child, Richard W.; Hungerford, Edward; Ruhl, Arthur; Roche, Arthur S.; Gatlin, Dana; et al
7 Biggers, Earl Derr; Child, Richard W.; Hungerford, Edward; Ruhl, Arthur; Roche, Arthur S.; Gatlin, Dana; et al Collier's - The National Weekly Magazine, March (Mar.) 16, 1918, Volume 61, Number 1 - President Woodrow Wilson / Shipbuilder Homer L. Ferguson On the Job
New York P.F. Collier & Son, Inc. 1918 B004J12SXS First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall I.W.T. (cover); Paus, Herbert; Raleigh, Henry; Morgan, Wallace; Gruger, F.R.; Brown, Arthur William; Comstock, Evos B. 
42 pages. Features: Cover illustration of President Woodrow Wilson; Nice illustrated ad for the Mitchell Six car inside front cover; One-page illustrated ad for Johns-Manville coal preservation products; Illustrated one-page Fisk Cord Tire ad shows natives carrying crude rubber to a waiting ship; "Over Here" - fiction by E.D. Biggers; The President - a profile of Woodrow Wilson by Richard Washburn Child; A Shipbuilder on the Job - photo-illustrated article on Homer L. Ferguson (with photo of black men hard at work above caption "Don't you dare come and tell us that the black man in the South is an industrial failure!"; Is There a Ukraine? - interesting photo-illustrated article; Editorial "Ships and the Submarine"; Photos of inventor William T. Donnelly and his 'buoyancy boxes' which were installed in ships to keep them buoyant even if torpedoed; Tremendous Trifles - photos of simple yet vital items needed to support the war effort; The Adventures of Colin O'Rell (Third Adventure - The Interrupted Tea); God Gave Them Youth (fiction); From Baseball to Boches (Fourth Inning); Ferry's Seeds ad; Classy half-page ad for Kahn Tailoring of Indianapolis; Nice one-page illustrated ad for Waltham watches; Dr. Eugene T. Hurd of Seattle - photo-illustrated article on this military surgeon; Nicely-illustrated quarter-page ad for Colt handguns appears to show WWI officer displaying pistol to Civil War veterans; Article on the French town of Bruay and wartime activities there, by Pierre Hamp; Interesting quarter-page ad for The Pullman Company includes photos of "The Men Who Serve You" - they are all black; Back cover two-color ad for the Victor (Victors and Victrolas) Company features illustration of Swedish opera singer Jenny Lind (Johanna Maria Lind); and more. Above-average external wear with coverfold mostly open. Binding intact. Bits of writing on front cover. A worthy vintage copy of this excellent WWI issue. 
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Hearst's International Magazine, April 1924 - The Masons and the Klan, Blood, L.; Maugham, W. Somerset; Kyne, P.; Fitzgerald, F. Scott; Mason, A.; Perry, L.; De Kruif, P.; Jameson, H.; James, M.; Glavis, L.Strong, A.; Dell, R.; Wells, H.G.
8 Blood, L.; Maugham, W. Somerset; Kyne, P.; Fitzgerald, F. Scott; Mason, A.; Perry, L.; De Kruif, P.; Jameson, H.; James, M.; Glavis, L.Strong, A.; Dell, R.; Wells, H.G. Hearst's International Magazine, April 1924 - The Masons and the Klan
USA The International Magazine Company 1924 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Benda, W.T. (Wladyslaw Theodor): Cover; Rowe, Guy (Giro) - Jell-O ad; Flagg, James Montgomery; Cornwell, Dean; Allen, J.E.; Raleigh, H.; Robinson, D.; Wright, G.; Welsh, W.; Louderback, W.; Schabelitz, R.; Stoops, H.; Morgan, W. 
162 pages. Features: Gorgeous cover illustration of redhead by W.T. Benda; Nice color Jell-O ad inside front cover by Guy (Giro) Rowe; Victrola ad features illustrations of Martinelli, Bori and Ruffo; One-page ad for the New Hudson Sedan; Grover Cleveland Bergdoll Surrenders to the American Legion - fascinating photo-illustrated article written by the man who returned him to the U.S. (part 1); The Letter - story by W.S. Maugham; An Appeal to Decent Drinkers - fascinating article by Gifford Pinchot on the morality of supporting the trade in illegal alcohol during prohibition; The House of the Arrow - mystery novel; The Internationalist - love story; Tuberculosis - Cured by the Sun - article by Paul H. de Kruif, Ph.D.; The Play Actor (fiction); To Stop War Draft Wealth - remarkably prescient article by Marquis James proposes that if wealthy classes knew their factories would give them little profit if war started, these classes would see that no war occured; The Dog-Barking Navigator (fiction); The Masons and the Ku Klux Klan - the controversy over Masons also being members of the Klan; Diamond Dick - and the First Law of a Woman, by F. Scott Fitzgerald; Stalin - Russia's Leading Politician - fascinating early photo-illustrated look at the man who dominated the Soviet Union for decades; Tongues of Flame - a novel of conflict; France's Only Statesman - photo-illustrated article on Joseph Caillaux; Araby - a Tale of the Isles of the East Beyond the East; Home is the Sailor - new stories of Phoebe and Ernest and their children; My Life, by Mary Garden - true talk about matters personal (with photo); The Dream - fiction by H. G. Wells; Who Deserves a Servant? - an interesting and thoughtful article on the subject of domestic workers; One Born Every Minute - fiction; Garrulities of an Octogenarian Editor, by Henry Holt; Nice red and black one-page Campbell's Vegetable Soup ad; One-page illustrated Chevrolet ad for the Superior Utility Coupe; One-page orange and black ad for the Goodrich Balloon Cord tire; Nice one-page two-color ad for Royal Typewriters is illustrated by David Robinson; Nice one-page photo ad for Listerine features quizical young lady and caption "This can't apply to me!"; Resinal soap and ointment ad; Forhan's ad with baseball theme; Classy one-page L.T. Piver ad; Nice 2/3-page Coke ad features lady in white coat and dress; One-page photo ad for Fleischmann's Yeast; Great one-page Thopson-Barlow Co. ad features young model in the Madame X Reducing Girdle; Orange and black ad for Way Sagless Spring Co. inside back cover; Nostalgic back cover ad for Mulsified shampoo features curly young lady's hair being inspected by her beau. Approx. 0.75" x 3" of loss to upper corner of front cover, otherwise unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A sound and complete copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, May 30, 1942 - Tokyo, The Most Inflammable Capital in the World, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John;
9 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John; The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, May 30, 1942 - Tokyo, The Most Inflammable Capital in the World
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch, Ltd. 1942 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Bryan; Davis, G.H.; Turner, C.E.; De Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 625-644. Features: Cover Photo Portrait of 60-ton M-1 Tank Crushing Heavy Truck; Photo of FDR presenting Congressional Medal of Honour to Brig.-Gen. James Doolittle, while Mrs. Doolittle looks on; Six great photos from Chunking show how the resilient populace is coping with the war; The Campaign in Burma (article); "Japan's Successes in Burma - by Infiltration and Light Equipment" - six photos; The Kharkov Battlefield - six action pictures from the Russian Front; Two-page illustration of Red Air Force using "Stormoviks" and other fast-flying tank-busters attacking panzer divisions; Amazing four-page centerfold presents illustrations of ships of the British Navy from Alfred the Great to the Present Day; Eight photos of bomb damage in Bath, Norwich and York after German "Baedeker" raids; Photos of personalities of the week include Commander R.E.D. Ryder, V.C., Able Seaman W.A. Savage, V.C., Lieut.-Commander S.H. Beattie, V.C., Marshal and Madame Chiang Kai-Shek with General Joseph Stilwell, and scapegoated Nazi Food Minister Walther Darre; Two-pages with three maps illustrate "Tokyo - the most inflammable capital in the world, vulnerable war industries in a bamboo-built city"; Six-photos of high-speed reconstruction in Chungking in response to Japanese bombing; Ten photos present 'Novel points in warship design and camouflage'; Two pages with 18 illustrations present 'Defence and Attack as used in Army Training To-Day, Demonstrated in the seventeenth century (reproductions courtesy of Bernard Quaritch); Six photos of Paris under the Nazi heel after two years of occupation; The Soong Sisters - two photos of them in bombed Chungking; Nice photo ad for Ferodo with photo of five men dragging large mine onto beach; more vintage ads. Minor nibble from foot of spine. This copy was never stapled. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy of this vintage issue. 
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Leica Fotografie - International Magazine for 35mm Photography: 2 / 1987 -  Ludwig Kolm and Nicholas Brown / Robert Hausser, Bugdoll, Edmund: Editor
10 Bugdoll, Edmund: Editor Leica Fotografie - International Magazine for 35mm Photography: 2 / 1987 - Ludwig Kolm and Nicholas Brown / Robert Hausser
Germany Umschau Verlag 1987 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Kolm, Ludwig 
44 pages. Text in English. Features: The new "Leica GmbH"; Exposure measurement in practice - further details on the Leica R5; TTL automatic flash control with the Leica R5 - Dr. Arnim Tolke; Dedicated flash units; Catch them with the camera! - Ludwig Kolm and Nicholas Brown - insects and birds; Robert Hausser - a classic genius of modern photography; The photographic nude - is it art? - Siegfried Wallner; Objective/subjective; Agfa multicontrast; And more. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A sound copy. 
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Rod & Gun in Canada Magazine, September 1968, Butlin, Larry; Duchesnay, D.J.; Shoop, C.T.; Ghelardi, R.J.; Schuessler, Raymond; Harris, Gerry; Laing, James A.; Nicholson, Henry P.
11 Butlin, Larry; Duchesnay, D.J.; Shoop, C.T.; Ghelardi, R.J.; Schuessler, Raymond; Harris, Gerry; Laing, James A.; Nicholson, Henry P. Rod & Gun in Canada Magazine, September 1968
Montreal Rod & Gun Publishing Corporation 1968 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Taccola, Umberto (cover art) 
Features; Fisherman's Quiz; The Moose; Will Atlantic Lobster Breed in B.C. Waters? - article with photos; Bits About Bats; We Train Dogs - Brome Stages Kennels - great photos; Grouse are Where You Find Them; Skill Plus Determination Plus Luck equals Muskies; Wild Turkey; Recipes; The Woodcock Dog; and more. Moderate wear. A sound copy. 
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The Salmon and Trout Magazine - The Journal of the Salmon and Trout Association, Number 84, September 1936, Calderwood, W.L.; Mottram, Dr. J.C.; Platts, W.Carter; Nobbs, Percy E.; Gerrish, C. Stratton; Simpson, Jajor R.C.; Mottram, Dr. J.C.; Parrott, A.W.; Harle, T.G.A.; Kemp, C.; Macintyre, Dugald
12 Calderwood, W.L.; Mottram, Dr. J.C.; Platts, W.Carter; Nobbs, Percy E.; Gerrish, C. Stratton; Simpson, Jajor R.C.; Mottram, Dr. J.C.; Parrott, A.W.; Harle, T.G.A.; Kemp, C.; Macintyre, Dugald The Salmon and Trout Magazine - The Journal of the Salmon and Trout Association, Number 84, September 1936
London The Salmon and Trout Association 1936 First Edition Paperback Good Former Library Copy 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 
Pages 209-308. Features: Frontispiece photo of George F. McCorquodale; Natural and artificial methods of salmon production - a short review of Canadian results; Salmon Fisheries of Norway; Defective Bones in Hand-reared Trout; The Grayling - part IV - bait fishing; Rod Joints and Whippings - how to recondition them for difficult climates; The Value of Hatchery Trout for Stocking Rivers; De Profundis - a tale of a fisherman's Dilemma; Experiments on the Starvation of Trout Fry; Artificial Propagation of Brown Trout - Hatchery Mortality; Reviews of new books; The Jolly Angler (continued); and more. Average wear. Few institutional library markings. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Wide World Magazine - True Stories of Adventure, April 1927 - American Crime - The RCMP's Craig Harbour Detachment, Charnley, W.; Gilhespy, W.; Lambe, A.J.; Lee, Herbert Patrick; Richardson, Leslie; Macdonald, Robert M.; Barkas, Geoffrey; Vivian, Herbert; Reekie, A.S.; Stuart-Reid, G.E.; Desmond, Shaw; Parsons, Captain Anthony
13 Charnley, W.; Gilhespy, W.; Lambe, A.J.; Lee, Herbert Patrick; Richardson, Leslie; Macdonald, Robert M.; Barkas, Geoffrey; Vivian, Herbert; Reekie, A.S.; Stuart-Reid, G.E.; Desmond, Shaw; Parsons, Captain Anthony The Wide World Magazine - True Stories of Adventure, April 1927 - American Crime - The RCMP's Craig Harbour Detachment
London George Newnes, Ltd. 1927 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Wightman, W.E.; Woodville, R.Caton; Cleaver, Reginald; De Walton, John; Inns, Kenneth; Nicolson, W.C.; Goss, G.W.; Leigh, Conrad; Gillett, Frank; Burns, Inder 
Features: The Derelict; The Vengeance of Devi Chand - the revenge of a bereaved father in India; A Donkey in Spain - the author planned to take a walking trip through Spain with a donkey carrying his baggage; An Arctic Outpost - what happened to three members of the RCMP's Craig Harbour Detachment - article with photos; Through France with "Sylvabelle" - I - a yachting voyage from Brittany to the Riviera - article with great photos; The Netik - native 'magic' on a south sea island; Aerial photo of dozens of log booms at Vancouver, B.C.; "The White Man's Great War-Game" - II - amazing photo-illustrated article of the savages of Sura, Angas and other primitive tribes of northern Nigeria; Truffle-Hunting - a description of the industry in Italy and France - and a description of the manner in which the pigs and dogs are trained to search for them - with photos; The One-Legged Kea - a tale from the South Island of New Zealand; Behind the scenes in American crime - "a veritable hell-brew of wickedness and intrigue that has no counterpart in Europe - article with photos of Mrs. Margaret Whittemore and Richard Whittemore; Besieged by Crocodiles; The Lost Safe - a detective story; Lee Sum's Lucky Day - a 'gang-robbery' in the state of Pahang in Malaysia. Multiple pieces of red and clear tape holding covers in place. Brown tape securing fore-edges of each cover. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Granite Monthly - A New Hampshire Magazine of Literature, History, and State Progress, September 1902, Vol. XXXIII, No. 3 - Novelist Winston Churchill and Harlakenden House, Cheney, G.A.; Lord, C.C.; Gustavus, A.C.; Bouton, John Bell; et al
14 Cheney, G.A.; Lord, C.C.; Gustavus, A.C.; Bouton, John Bell; et al The Granite Monthly - A New Hampshire Magazine of Literature, History, and State Progress, September 1902, Vol. XXXIII, No. 3 - Novelist Winston Churchill and Harlakenden House
Concord, New Hampshire The Granite Monthly Company 1902 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 
Pages 130-200. Printed upon glossy stock. Nice reproductions of black and white photos. Features: Winston Churchill and Harlakenden House; Rambles of the Rolling Year XXXVI-XXXIX; The Nashua of Today; Rev. Nathaniel Bouton, D.D.; Poems; Illustrated at for Prescott Piano shows them being built; One-page photo ad for The First National Bank of Concord, N.H.; Attractive one-page photo ad for the Boston and Maine Railroad; Nice one-page photo ad for the Thermo-Compress Co. Unmarked. Average wear and soiling. Binding intact. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, February (Feb.) 17, 1934: Paris Riots, Chesterton, G.K.; Et al
15 Chesterton, G.K.; Et al The Illustrated London News, February (Feb.) 17, 1934: Paris Riots
London The Illustrated London News 1934 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Blampied, Edmund 
Pages 225-264. Features: Cover photos of dramatic Paris rioting and street-fighting; Twelve dramatic photos of Paris street-fighting and its aftermath; Photo of the French "National" cabinet; Photo of Monte Carlo were gold sovereigns and dollars are now used instead of counters on a gaming table; Great photo of M. Martenot and his very early version of an electronic piano; Two photos of the first Munich carnival procession under Nazi hospices Two pages of photos entitled Government "Coup D'état"in Austria - military action against the socialist in Vienna and Linz; Lovely photo of exquisite Irish gold work believed to date from about 700 BC - a magnificent collar; large colour self-portrait by Richard Parkes Bonington; Page of photos of French royalists - there exiled "King", their leaders, and their newspaper; Review of the book "The Book of the Greyhound", by Edward C. Ash; Two pages of photos of wild dogs from around the world; Two pages of photos document the family tree of a new breed of "Boar-Hound", created through German experiments; Fantastic centrefold photo illustrates the courage of "Papa Gastounet" - the veteran statesman in his car in the midst of the crowd on his arrival in Paris to form a national government; Fascinating photos and text describe unknown monasteries of mysterious Tibet visited during a recent journey by the Royal Academy of Italy Expedition; Page of photos illustrates reptile skins and some fashions made from them; Chinese porcelain; Photos of great fissures in the earth in Bihar, India, caused by an earthquake; Interesting page of illustrations explains precautions against Thames pollution - testing water drift with floats; Photos of personalities of the week include Capt. B. E. Miles, Lieutenant Commander R. L. Tufnell, the signers of the Balkan Pact, Washington Singer, Dr. Bernard Hollander, Douglas Freshfield, the Maharajah of Darbhanga, Mary Duchess of Hamilton, Gen. Sir Percy Radcliffe, the young king of Afghanistan Zahir Shah, the constituent Council of the United Ireland party, and Mr. Gillie Potter at the Oxford Union; Nice one page De Reszke cigarette ad; and more. One page loose but present. Unmarked with average wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, September (Sept.) 18, 1926 -  Socialism Through the Eyes of the Churchman, Collins, Joseph; Kennedy, G.A. Studdert (Woodbine Willie); Masson, Thomas L.; Chase, Frank M.; Beckman, James W.; Sanders, Henry A.; Barton, William E.; Dunn, Harry H.; Shore, W.Teignmouth
16 Collins, Joseph; Kennedy, G.A. Studdert (Woodbine Willie); Masson, Thomas L.; Chase, Frank M.; Beckman, James W.; Sanders, Henry A.; Barton, William E.; Dunn, Harry H.; Shore, W.Teignmouth The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, September (Sept.) 18, 1926 - Socialism Through the Eyes of the Churchman
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1926 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Clarke, W.W.; Fitzgerald, William O.; Briggs, Austin Eugene; Graham, J.C. 
32 pages. Features: Tour of Distant Lands via Camera; The Cause of Nervous Breakdown; Socialism through the Eyes of the Churchman; What Books are Worthwhile - and Why?; The Scientist is the Most Effectual Agent for Democracy, Says Edwin E. Slosson; Certain Fundamental Safeguards are still needed in Our Cort-Martial System, so says a former Sergeant Major of the American Expeditionary Forces; The Scholar Analyzes the different Versions of the New Testament; Henry Ford's Page - prosperity has not arrived until the last family enjoys it; Editorials - Senate-nominee William S. Vare, Gertrude Ederle is the first woman ever to swim the English Channel, Rapid decline in prestige of Premier Baldwin, interfering in Mexican affairs; The Old-Time Revival - Is it good enough for us?; The Cry of the Crippled Children - is greater than that about which a Barrett Browning wrote; Lower California - Land of Mystery - Where American Filibusters once sought to establish a republic; The Truth About France - Lesson of Touraine and the Woolen Stocking; If Shakespeare Came to London - would he be able to find may of his old haunts?; The Lure of Lofty Places - There are thrills on the mountain tops and fascination in finding them - article with photos of/on Mount Rainier, Washington; Barefoot Dave - Son of Nature, Mute Throreau of the Woods - David Dugden of Les Cheneaux Islands; Child Welfare and Conscience - Judge Franklin Chase Hoyt sits in the world's largest juvenile court; Chats with office callers - drunks in Montreal, Schools taking on more and more responsibility for child-rearing, Dr. George Byron Gordon, labor strife on the streets of New York; Can You Tell Me?; I Read in the Papers - Great Britain's financial problems, Citrate acid in drinks makes us thirsty, forged manuscripts of famous authors, Lots of gangsters being killed in Chicago; Briefly told. Photos of unusual trees of the world; Soiling to front cover near spine. Unmarked with average wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Wide World - The Magazine for Men, June, 1916, No. 218, Vol. 37 - A Holiday in Mongolia, Corson, A.; Treacher, M.; Fletcher, A.; Askew, A.; Czaplicka, M.; Lees, G.; Shepstone, H.; Rigg, W.; Bredon, J.; Lincoln, R.;
17 Corson, A.; Treacher, M.; Fletcher, A.; Askew, A.; Czaplicka, M.; Lees, G.; Shepstone, H.; Rigg, W.; Bredon, J.; Lincoln, R.; The Wide World - The Magazine for Men, June, 1916, No. 218, Vol. 37 - A Holiday in Mongolia
New York The International News Company 1916 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Austin, Winifred; Somerfield, Thomas; Evison, G.H.; Leist, Fred; Wood, Stanley L.; Smythe, E. 
Pages 97-192 plus 32 pages of vintage ads. Features: A Battle With a Bear - a young sportsman drops into a lively rough-and-tumble fight with a big black bear; Real-Life Romances of the War (part I) - Malcolm Savage Treacher, a sergeant in a famous regiment who has been invalided to England after an exciting time in the Near East sets down stories - cameos of the Great War - told to him by soldiers during his seven months' sojourn in various hospitals (part I); From Job To Job Around the World (part IV) - the continuing remarkable adventures of two young Americans who set out from San Francisco with ten dollars between them to work their way around the world - this instalment featuring their adventures in the Philippines, with photos; The Darkest Hour (part I) - Our experiences in the Great Serbian Retreat; A Year in Arctic Siberia (part II) - a well-known Polish lady describes her experiences in the little-known regions of far-northern Siberia; The Strategy of Sister Madeleine - the story of a French Captain's Escape from the Germans; The River That Won't Behave - the mighty Mississippi regularly floods enormous areas - article with many dramatic photos; Fallen Among Thieves - the author finds himself in a very nasty hole after taking a job offered him by strangers; A Holiday in Mongolia - Juliet Bredon offers a chatty description, illustrated with photos - of a trip into Mongolia on donkey-back; A Prisoner of the Rocks - F. Hopkins Graves was caught in a British Columbia avalanche and only escaped death by a miracle, only to find himself caught in a veritable rat trap among the rocks which he only escaped after two days; Photo of terrible street-car accident in Spokane, Washington; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A sound copy of this great vintage issue. 
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The National Home Monthly Magazine, March (Mar.) 1949 - 'Seventeen Lotus Blossoms', By Sax Rohmer / Television - The Monster / Louis St. Laurent, Cross, Austin; Roberts, Leslie; Lemelin, Roger; Callaghan, Morley; Hutchison, Bruce; Brown, Joy; Rohmer, Sax; Carroll, Jock; Schisgall, O.; Et al
18 Cross, Austin; Roberts, Leslie; Lemelin, Roger; Callaghan, Morley; Hutchison, Bruce; Brown, Joy; Rohmer, Sax; Carroll, Jock; Schisgall, O.; Et al The National Home Monthly Magazine, March (Mar.) 1949 - 'Seventeen Lotus Blossoms', By Sax Rohmer / Television - The Monster / Louis St. Laurent
Canada The National Home Monthly / Home Publishing 1949 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Wilson, Ron York; Cahen, Oscar; Pryne, Rolfe; Cooper, Mario 
64 pages. Features: Funny cover illustration of ditzy blonde beating table of men at poker; Nice colour GWG (Great Western Garment) ad inside front cover for their Drillers Drill work clothes for men; One-page blue and black recruiting ad for the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF); One-page colour ad for the 1949 'futuramic' Oldsmobile; One-page colour ad for Waterman's pens features the new Crusader Trioset; Are We Governed by Bureaucrats? - an examination of the brain trust alleged to run Canada from the back room; Seventeen Lotus Blossoms - early appearance of this Sax Rohmer story, illustrated by Oscar Cahen; Quebec City - photo-illustrated article; McCarthy's Last Affair - short story involving hockey; Television - The New Monster - 'a cultural bomb is being thrown into Canadian homes', by Morley Callaghan; Eyes in the Dark (short story); Canada's New Statesman - Louis St. Laurent; Champion spark plugs ad features illustration of man pouring sap from maple tree; Handsome colour centerfold Chevrolet ad features a 1949 Fleetline four-door sedan with Fisher Body; A Dime for God - photo-illustrated article about the good works of Frere (Brother) Sauvageau, the Quebec Brother who, by his beggin, has fed, clothed, and educated hundreds of boys, and cured souls by asking them to have faith; "Going Steady" and the Sex Problem; One-page colour-photo ad for Heinz canned soup, spaghetti and baked beans; Colour half-page Canada Dry ad; Canadian General Electric (CGE) ad for their radios, including the Models C122, C751 and C545; Quarter-page ad for the Thistle 'minipak' baby stroller and 'nibs' chariot; Rare one-page two-colour (red and black) Canadian Red Cross ad features illustration of plaintive woman (nurse?) at top; Fashion article on hats includes photos; Nice half-page colour Quick Quaker Oats ad features illustration of young boy dreaming of growing to be a basketball star; Housecleaning Can Be Fun (?); Half-page colour-photo ad for Sovereign Potters features Mornglo ware; Wabasso Cottons ad inside back cover features colour photo of two girls in bonnets feeding ducks; Nice back cover Coke ad features illustration of nervous young man visiting young girl's home; and more. Average wear. Four-inch opening to bottom of coverfold. Address hand-corrected on address label, otherwise unmarked. A nice copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
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The Dearborn Independent (Magazine) - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, February (Feb.) 5, 1927 - America's Sea Power is Becoming a Myth, Davison, Edward; Johns, E.B.; Laird, Donald A.; Stidger, William L.; Masson, Thomas L.; Salsinger, H.G.; Ulm, Aaron Hardy; Story, A.M. Sommerville; McConnell, Burt M.; Holmes, Fred L.
19 Davison, Edward; Johns, E.B.; Laird, Donald A.; Stidger, William L.; Masson, Thomas L.; Salsinger, H.G.; Ulm, Aaron Hardy; Story, A.M. Sommerville; McConnell, Burt M.; Holmes, Fred L. The Dearborn Independent (Magazine) - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, February (Feb.) 5, 1927 - America's Sea Power is Becoming a Myth
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1927 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Van Der Heyden, Gerald; Fitzgerald, W.O.; McConnell, Charles L. 
32 pages. Features: Coming Home - A Poem; Removing the Smoke Screen From America's Warships; Use Your Hands to Save Your Head; Churches are Building Skyscrapers from Coast to Coast - article with photos of Broadway Temple in New York, Mizpah Temple in Syracuse, and Baptist Temple in Rochester, NY; The Conquest of the MIddle Ages; The Lustrous Lenglen - French tennis pro Suzanne Lenglen - article with illustration; News out of Washington; Henry Ford's Page - He argues the Marines should be used to root out those Americans who visit Central and South America only to bind their nations with loans, exploit them in commerce and mislead them in industry; Editorials - Will Rogers is recommended as Sec. of State for Pan-American Affairs, Criticism of Charlie Chaplin, poor Army grub leads to many desertions, the Civil Liberties Union, led by Ernst Freund, opposes the Alien Deportation Bill; When France got Back Her Favorite Daughter, Alsace the Lovely - photo-illustrated article of the beautiful region; Strange Men Who Could Not Keep Straight (part 2) - Charlie of the Quantrelle Gang; The Balloon That Never Returned - a mystery story of the Arctic; One-page illustrated ad for the Venice Company of Venice, Florida; Alfred Brunson was Wisconsin's First Methodist Circuit Rider; Chats with Office Callers; Q & A; I Read in the Papers - college news in France, Montreal rabbi Rev. Isaac de la Penhe claims ownership of Labrador, Robby Burns' advice to his brother; News Bits. Average wear. Nibbling along top of coverfold. Unmarked. Page 9 loose but present. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Wide World Magazine, June 1924 - World Record Fish!, De Angelis, A.; Verrill, A. Hyatt; Bevan, John M.; Bourne, George; Mitchell-Hedges, F.A.; Truscott, Charles; Masters, David; Walmsley, Leo; Robertson, Kenneth M.; Pitcairn-Knowles, Andrew; Wilkins, Benjamin O.
20 De Angelis, A.; Verrill, A. Hyatt; Bevan, John M.; Bourne, George; Mitchell-Hedges, F.A.; Truscott, Charles; Masters, David; Walmsley, Leo; Robertson, Kenneth M.; Pitcairn-Knowles, Andrew; Wilkins, Benjamin O. The Wide World Magazine, June 1924 - World Record Fish!
London George Newnes, Ltd. 1923 First Edition Paperback Fair 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall York, W.G.; De Walton, John; Woodville, R. Caton; Holloway, W.H.; Graves, Percy; Gillett, Frank; Spurrier, Steven; Brock, H.M.; Bates, Leo 
Pages 90-178 plus 16 pages of great vintage ads, many illustrated. Features: The pitfalls of a man who purchased three submarine-chasing 'M.L.'s' and set out to bring them from Rosyth to the Thames - with only one boat reaching her destination - with illustrations and a photo of the boat which survived; Some Adventures with Jaguars; Photo and brief write-up of a nine-foot boa constrictor housepet in Ecuador which showed remarkable affection for its master; Unkown Peru - an Englishman who has lived in Peru for many years describes his experience in unknown regions - illustrated with his photos (part 1); Mangahau the 'Magician' - a Maori tale of a prodigal son and Tapu ; In Search of Sea Monsters - F.A. Mitchell-Hedges sets out on a two-year expedition to find and catch the world's largest fish - with photos (part 1); The Poker Bandits; a 'hold-up' at the Red Deer Lumber Company's camp in Manitoba leads to an exciting and tragic man-hunt; A Miracle of Marine Salvage - the strange case of the 'St. Paul' - with photos; The Road to Timbuctoo - another humourous adventure of Leo Walmsley of the "Three Asses in the Pyrenees" articles; A Motorcycle in High Albania - Kenneth Robertson was the first motorcyclist to cross the Albanian Alps; Winter Wild-Fowling in Friesland (Northern Holland) - with great photos of their decoys and more; Our Adventure in Normandy - a cycle-camping trip leads to an odd experience; Frank Miller's Last Fight - a gas bomb is used to overcome a cop-killing desperado in Jersey City, New Jersey - with photos; Above-average wear. Covers loose but present. Pencil writing atop front cover. A worthy vintage copy. 
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