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1 Munn, Orson D.: Editor Scientific American November 1931 Volume 145 Number 5
New York Scientific American Publishing Company 1931 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Africa's first national park; Editorials - building for parity a false alarm - whose fault is it?; Power development on the Columbia River - the first power project on one of the most famous of North American streams; United States plant patent number 1 - only time will show the value of plant patents, the first of which has just been released; The hottest place in the universe - what keeps the stars shining?; Henry Ford, the Practical - the automobile manufacturer knows how to do things , and how to get them done; Are there creatures like ourselves in other worlds?; The birth, life, and death of a railroad ticket; Mercury vapor power to the fore - two new and larger units have been ordered; Australia's great meteorite; Paper's thinnest web - making tissue paper; Where not to look for oil and gas; Electrical aids to blind flying; Etruscan safety pin; Excavating Rome's seaport; A modernized university library - Sterling Memorial Library at Yale; Why question the reasoning of animals? - authentic stories seem to indicate their reasoning power. Page 293 is a full page tribute, with black and white photo, to thirty-year old Linus Pauling, hailed as "a rising star who may yet win the Nobel Prize." Light erasure mark at top corner of front cover. Average wear. Unmarked. 
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The New York Times Magazine, September (Sept.) 13, 1964 -  Sihanouk is a Prince Under Pressure, Penchenier, Georges; Mohr, Charles; Reuss, Henry S.; Reagan, Michael D.; Wallich, Henry C.; Harris, Mark; Hechinger, Fred M.; Udall, Stewart L.; King, Seth S.; Peck, Seymour; Whitman, Arthur; Smith, Sherwin D.; Vincent Geoffrey; Hano, A.
2 Penchenier, Georges; Mohr, Charles; Reuss, Henry S.; Reagan, Michael D.; Wallich, Henry C.; Harris, Mark; Hechinger, Fred M.; Udall, Stewart L.; King, Seth S.; Peck, Seymour; Whitman, Arthur; Smith, Sherwin D.; Vincent Geoffrey; Hano, A. The New York Times Magazine, September (Sept.) 13, 1964 - Sihanouk is a Prince Under Pressure
New York The New York Times 1964 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Manning, Jack; Ribeaud, Paul; McCoy, Dan; Johnson, Lee; McDarrah, Fred W.; Zimbel, George; Mahoney, Ursula; Glueckselig, Leo; Shaw, Sam; Cushing, Charles Phelps; Doty, Roy; Moss, John; Falk, Sam; Brower, Arthur; Okimoto, Yoshi; Leombruno-Bodi 
160 pages. Features: Cover photos of RFK and Kenneth Keating; Nice color-photo fashion photos; Close-up of the Vietcong in their Jungle - a French reporter held captive by guerrillas in South Vietnam reports on what he saw of the Vietcong; Barry Goldwater's Nine - photos and write-ups of Denison Kitchel, Dean Burch, F. Clifton White, Edward A. McCabe, John Grenier, Wayne J. Hood, Karl Hess, Tony Smith and Stephen Shadegg; An 'Ombudsman' for America; Uncle Sam is Really Needed - growing Federal role in local affairs; The More the Congo Changes - military photos; If 'Creeping Inflation' Begins to Run; Government as Patron of the Arts - there are dangers in official sponsorship and uncritical goodwill; The Flowering of a Campus Hybrid - the two-year community college; Sihanouk - Prince Under Pressure - article with photos, including his ballerina daughter Bopha Devi; Robert Goulet is featured in a color-photo fashion ad for The House of Worsted-Tex; K7UGA Will Get the Ham Vote - Senator Barry Goldwater may get votes from the 266,000 U.S. amateur radio operators; Thirty Years Ago - The Morro Castle burned off the New Jersey shore with a loss of 134 lives; The Basuto Enclave (Basutoland) in South Africa; 2/3-page color ad for movie 'Mary Poppins'; Some sports are 'in' and some are 'out' - a guide to the chic seven; Jokes LBJ has been telling lately; Fashion photos of French designs; When Children Discover Money; Designed for privacy - The New Haven home of Serge Chermayeff and Christopher Alexander; The movie 'Three Coins in the Fountain' has led to millions of dollars pelted into fountains and pools; Chesterfield cigarette ad features photos of J.W. Richards, Joan Lakow and Nelson Reed; Zero Mostel - Rome to Russia; and more. Average wear. Faint library stamp on front cover. A sound vintage copy. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, August (Aug.) 1941 - The B.B.C. (BBC) Fights War of Words / General Sir Archibald Wavell, Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Horn, H.; Hume, D.M.; Neergaard, G.; Watkins, R.H.; Fitz-Gerald, W.G.; Bothwell, C.; Bayne, E.G.; Et al
3 Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Horn, H.; Hume, D.M.; Neergaard, G.; Watkins, R.H.; Fitz-Gerald, W.G.; Bothwell, C.; Bayne, E.G.; Et al National Home Monthly Magazine, August (Aug.) 1941 - The B.B.C. (BBC) Fights War of Words / General Sir Archibald Wavell
Winnipeg Stovel / National Home Monthly 1941 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Diamond, Hal (cover); Humphrey, Walter Beach; Holmgren, John; Burke, May Cornelia 
48 pages. Features: Cover art of totem poles with mountain backdrop; Glorious colour Coke ad inside front cover features beauty lying on beach towel; News digest considers why Hitler attacked Russia, a bid for British 'appeasers', Hess as a bargaining agent, and what Hess relied on; Photo of Sir Stafford Cripps; Summer Night (short story); Tower of Babel - photo-illustrated article on the Britain's B.B.C. which fights a war of words in over thirty languages from its London HQ; Best of Breed (short story); Gideon of the Dessert - photo-illustrated article on General Sir Archibald Wavell; Courtesy of Capricorn (short story); A Moment for Jerry (short story); Photo of King Farouk being invested as first King of an independent Egypt; Vintage one-year Good Year photo ad shows kids wading into water with title "Enjoy Canada on Goodyears"; 1/4-page photo ad for the 1941 CNE (Canadian National Exhibition) in Toronto; Photo-illustrated article on "Those Hollywood Huns"; Woodbury soap ad features photos of Miss Lori March; Photo of Poland's Prime Minister, General Ladislaus Sikorski, giving radio address to his forces in England; Nostalgic two-page colour General Motors of Canada ad entitled "A Good Life Work for Any Man" pumps up the image of their dealers; Photo of Sir Noel Ashbridge at his desk; She Walks in Beauty - shoe fashion article; Article on food preserving; Quotes from around the world; Colour Shredded Wheat ad on back cover; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. Binding sound. A quality copy of this excellent wartime issue. 
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Salute Magazine, August (Aug.) 1947, Vol. 2, No. 8 -  Beautiful Tyrant - Evita Duarte of Argentina / San Quentin Prison, Zinberg, L.; Josephs, R.; Stern, P.; Hogan, W.; Dugan, J.; Rohrbough, E.; Dorsey, G.; Jelenko, E.; Flaherty, P.; Orr, J.; Carroll, S.; Levvitt, S.; Van Howe, A.; Weissman, H.; Donovan, J.; Et al
4 Zinberg, L.; Josephs, R.; Stern, P.; Hogan, W.; Dugan, J.; Rohrbough, E.; Dorsey, G.; Jelenko, E.; Flaherty, P.; Orr, J.; Carroll, S.; Levvitt, S.; Van Howe, A.; Weissman, H.; Donovan, J.; Et al Salute Magazine, August (Aug.) 1947, Vol. 2, No. 8 - Beautiful Tyrant - Evita Duarte of Argentina / San Quentin Prison
New York Vet Publishers, Inc. 1947 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Cronenwith (cover); Vebell, Ed; Davis, J.H. 
50 pages. Cover photo of blonde Adele Jergens. Fiction: Got the Suits Straight? Articles: Beautiful Tyrant - Evita Duarte of Argentina - great photo-illustrated feature article; San Quentin - fascinating photo-illustrated article on this famous prison; For Beer Drinkers Only - the joys and dangers of downing America's favorite drink; The Black Seven - the dark seventh son of a seventh son was China's most ruthless bandit; Thirty-Year Girls - today's servicewomen enjoy their jobs, but they have a hard time getting dates; Murder on the Waterfront; - twenty odd unsolved murders have made the International Longshoremen's Union famous as an organization that breeds sudden death - photo illustrated article; Back Door to Broadway - summer shows are on in the Catskills, and new stars are being made - article with photos of Danny Kaye, Jimmy Durante, Al Jolson, Garrett, Paul Draper, Jerry Lester, Robert Alda, Jules Munshin and Judy Holliday; Special Features: Kids are Their Business - artist Howard Sparber and gag writer Raymond Abrashkin produce winning kid cartoons; Freud Goes to the Dogs - Hollywood pet psychiatrist Dr. Eugene Jones; The War's Greatest Book - "Yank - The GI Story of the War"; Swimming - with lovely photos of America's favorite summer sport; "Living in a Big Way" - photos from Salute's movie of the month, starring Marie McDonald and Gene Kelly ; Movies of the Month; Me, I Just Sing - Al Jolson's comeback launches a new trend; Blackburn Hits Pay Dirt - Lena Blackburn sells mud to major league ball teams!; Great one-page ad for book "Bachelor's Quarters"; Editoria inside back cover features large photo of crowd welcoming new city administration to Hoboken, NJ and title "A City Comes Back"; and more. Center page holding by one staple. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Light age-toning to contents. A nice vintage copy. 
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