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The New York Woman (Magazine), October 21, 1936, Vol. 1, No. 7 : Ted Peckham - New York's Male Escort Tycoon / 47 West 53rd is Home of the Rehearsal Club, Barber, Josephine; Maier, Ruth R.; Robb, Inez Callaway; Raushenbush, Winifred; Tieger, Joan; Eberle, Irmengarde; Peters, C.A.; Wilson, Elita; Ferguson, Donita; et al
1 Barber, Josephine; Maier, Ruth R.; Robb, Inez Callaway; Raushenbush, Winifred; Tieger, Joan; Eberle, Irmengarde; Peters, C.A.; Wilson, Elita; Ferguson, Donita; et al The New York Woman (Magazine), October 21, 1936, Vol. 1, No. 7 : Ted Peckham - New York's Male Escort Tycoon / 47 West 53rd is Home of the Rehearsal Club
New York The New York Woman, Inc. 1936 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Bauer, Frank H. 
48 pages. This glamorous publication brought New York women important information including: news of the choicest fashion, entertainment, current happenings, where to go, what to see, and how much to pay. Features: Great color cover photo of cop writing ticket for fashionable lady whose dog has just soiled a hydrant; Nice one-page ad for Franklin Simon's features dresses for dining out; Letters; Half-page Best & Co. ad features photo of "Upholstery Damask"; Fantastic one-page ad for Singer sewing machines features attractive model and text aimed specifically to the women of New York; Opinions of the New York Woman; Great photos of people aboard New York subways; Fantastic photos of mannequins - under construction and finished; Women Among Men in the Business World; Photos of Spanish ex-pats in Manhattan's Spanish quarter protesting against the 'fascist raid on Spain'; Confessions of a Personal Maid (part 2 of 2); Gentlement for Hire - photo-illustrated article of Ted Peckham, who offers 135 impeccable male youths as escorts for lonely ladies; Fantastic one-page color photo of model in dark suede outfit; (Theatre) First Nighters are Terrible People; A Fashion Editor's Diary; Shoulders by Lynn Fontaine - photo-illustrated fashion article on selecting the right dress for the right body; Great winter fashion centerfold features black and white photo with color illustrations; So Much To Buy - So Much To Spend; Merrily We Roll Along - illustrated article on roller skating fashions; A Man's Closet; Rugs - pointers on selection and placing; Roasts for a family of two; Halloween table decoration; Leica photo contest entrants; Edna Ferber visits 47 W 53rd - home of theatrical hopefuls; Photos from the film "Garden of Allah" starring Marlene Dietrich; Interesting vintage half-page Kotex ad shows golfer in long dress and two other active ladies; Russeks Fifth Avenue half-page photo ad features squirrel fur coat; Tables About Town - details of offerings by local restaurants, with prices; Manhattan Date Book; Inside of back cover promotes upcoming feature article on photographer Victor Keppler with photos and text; and more. Unmarked with modest wear. A quality copy of this great vintage depression-era item. 
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Good Housekeeping - The Magazine America Lives By, December (Dec.) 1951 - Christmas Issue / Palmer Lake, Colorado, Best & Hillyer; Ruth Harbert; D.C. Teattie; M. Cousins; R.B. Molloy; M.L.; Bryan; L. Bemelmans; E. Starr
2 Best & Hillyer; Ruth Harbert; D.C. Teattie; M. Cousins; R.B. Molloy; M.L.; Bryan; L. Bemelmans; E. Starr Good Housekeeping - The Magazine America Lives By, December (Dec.) 1951 - Christmas Issue / Palmer Lake, Colorado
New York Hearst Magazines, Inc. 1951 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Ross, Alex (cover); Varady, Fredric; Klimley, Stan; De Evia; Robert Monroe; 
258 pages. Features: Woodbury Soap photo ad features Joyce Edwards of Stamford CT and Russell Otis Washburn; Town of the Month - Palmer Lake, Colorado; Nice color Tide ad; Color ad for Midnight by Tussy; Color Campbell's Soup ad includes fruit cake recipe; Color Ivory soap ad features beauties; Miss Alma Shon; Kristin Holmberg of Erick, OK resembles the December 1949 cover girl of this magazine; Nice black and white photo in Warner's foundations and bras ad features three ladies; Color photo of Deborah Kerr in Lux ad; Color ad for Baker's chocolate chips; Nice color-photo ad for Jell-O puddings & pie fillings; Is that toy a delight or a danger?; Christmas toys for babies and toddlers; Nice color-photo ad for Heinz pickles; Color ad for Duz laundry saop; Lovely color 1952 Dodge car ad; How to choose a Christmas tree; Nice color-photo Ivory Snow ad; Small World - fiction by Margaret Cousins; The Beautiful Time - story by Ruth Branning Molloy; Madeline's Rescue - wonderfully illustrated story about the famous young girl created by Ludwig Bemelmans; Between Me and Myself - Christmas story by Mary Louise Bryan; Lovely color-photo illustrated article on 'Six Robes for Christmas Eve'; Color-photo article with gift wrapping ideas; Photos of Christmas door design ideas; Lovely vintage color-photo ad for New Prell shampoo; Pond's ad features photo of Mrs. Francis Irenee du Pont II; Jergens ad features photos of Lizabeth Scott, co-star of movie "Red Mountain"; Toni ad features photos of twins Jany and Joey Pope, plus Pat Barnard and Rita Daigle of New York; Two-color Kleenex ad features Little Lulu; Jergens ad includes photo of Gloria Swanson; 'Cooking with Gas' ad features Mrs. George J. Waddell of Kansas City, MO, and Mrs. Marc Wyse of Cleveland; Photo of Ray Milland in National Silver Co. ad; Photo of Vladimir Horowitz in RCA ad; Great vintage color ad for Cosco kitchen stools and high chairs; Fantastic color Coke ad features Santa with his list of good boys and girls; Fantastic color-photo ad for ITT's "Coolerator" electric range; Color Daystrom furniture ad; Very nice American Airlines ad inside back cover shows ticket agent serving lady holding hat box; Back cover Crisco ad; and much, much more. Somewhat above-average wear with one-inch opening to bottom of backstrip. A worthy copy of this charming vintage issue. 
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The Illustrated London News, March (Mar.) 21, 1964 - Funeral of King Paul of Greece / 60 Years of the Anglo-French Accord, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; et al
3 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; et al The Illustrated London News, March (Mar.) 21, 1964 - Funeral of King Paul of Greece / 60 Years of the Anglo-French Accord
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch 1964 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Nannett, Juliet 
Pages 413-468 plus 4 pages of ads. Features: Cover Photo portrait Of The new King of the Hellenes, Constantine II, with Queen Frederika, at the funeral of his father; Photo of Princess Margaret with Kenneth Corney; Page of photos of celebrations upon the birth of Prince Edward; Two pages of dramatic photos and text from Cyprus - fighting in Ktima, threats of Turkish invasion, and first arrivals of the UN peace force; Photo-illustrated article on Paul, King of the Hellenes; Photo of riots in Phnom Penh; Photo of Geneva motor show; Photo of unveiling of statue of Pope Pius XII; Photo of 84-year-old Gen. Douglas MacArthur after surgery, escorted by Army Surgeon General Lieut. Gen. Leonard Heaton; Photo of the new president of Venezuela, Dr. Raul Leoni, receiving the sash of office from his predecessor, Pres. Betancourt; Page of photos of flooding in five states touching on the Ohio River basin include scenes near Williamsport, PA, the town of Sugar Grove, OH, Albany, IN, Shepherdsville, KY, an Ohio amusement Park, and Marietta; Photo of the first submarine ever built, the Fenian Ram, on display in Paterson New Jersey; Photo of Pope Paul receiving group of nuns recently expelled from the Sudan; Photo of jubilant George Lodge in Concord, New Hampshire where he defeated Sen. Goldwater and Gov. Rockefeller in the presidential primary; Photo of Independence Day children's party in Accra, Ghana, held by Mrs. Fathia Nkrumah, wife of the president of Ghana (also shown); Photo of the Royal Shakespeare Company applauding Yugoslavian president Tito at Belgrade; Book review of "King Edward VII" by Philip Magnus; Major coverage of Sardis excavations - part two; A survey of the 60 years of Anglo-French accord; One-page compilation of maps, text and photos describe's areas affected by the Anglo-French agreement, and the signatories to the document of April 8, 1904; Centrefold (free from staples) colour photos show the changing landscape of France; Entente Cordiale - page of historic photos illustrates France and Great Britain in peace and war; Entente Cordiale - page of photos of Anglo-French friendship since 1940; Page of photos illustrates how the English Channel is crossed by aircraft, ship, and train ferry, with artist's impression of future hovercraft car and passenger ferry; Impressive page of five aerial photos of huge French automotive manufacturing works - Renault, Simca, Peugeot, and Citroen; Two pages of photos illustrate developments in the aircraft and shipping industries of France today; One-page illustration of novelist, poet, broadcaster and one of the most vivid personalities living, Sir Compton McKenzie; Two pages of photos of the funeral of King Paul in Athens; Drawings of colonial America by John White; Photos of personalities of the week include Sir Newman Flower, Sir Knox Helm, Mr. R. G. Routh, Sir Robert Clark-Hall, Gen. von Lettow-Vorbeck, Sir R. Robinson, J. Brian Neill, C. Robin Mayer, Col. Joan E. Henderson, Lord Newton C. Ron Jacobs, J. Michael Cowman, Gen. A. Jolly, Jack Ruby (sentended for death), Capt. David I. Holland, Lieut. Harold W. Welch, Capt. Melvin J. Kessler, and James (Jimmy) Hoffa (convicted of bribery); Photo of the teapot collection of Rev. C. J. Sharp; Photo of ticket barrier smashed by derailed car at Hammersmith underground station; Photo of funeral for 16-year-old cat named Peter, Whitehall's chief mice catcher; Photo of Cambridge University women's rowing crew after their victory over Oxford on March 14; One-page photo of polar bear cubs seeing the world for the first time at Whipsnade Zoo; Photo of Angus Ogilvy greeting the England women's hockey team before a match versus Scotland at Wembley; Photo of automatic ticket reading barrier introduced by London transport at Chiswick Park station; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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Collier's Magazine, September 18, 1948 - The World's Biggest Store / Malia Sunario Wiranata Kusuma, Caspary, Vera; Cloete, Stuart; Bentham, Josephine; Tufts, Kingsley; Lanham, Edwin; Brondfield, Jerome; Budenz, Louis Francis; Hartwell, Dickson; Bushmiler, Ernie; Davidson, Bill; Sherwood, Robert E.; Ratcliff, J.D.; Ford, Corey
4 Caspary, Vera; Cloete, Stuart; Bentham, Josephine; Tufts, Kingsley; Lanham, Edwin; Brondfield, Jerome; Budenz, Louis Francis; Hartwell, Dickson; Bushmiler, Ernie; Davidson, Bill; Sherwood, Robert E.; Ratcliff, J.D.; Ford, Corey Collier's Magazine, September 18, 1948 - The World's Biggest Store / Malia Sunario Wiranata Kusuma
USA The Crowell-Collier Publishing Company 1948 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Fredman, Harry; Mink, Dave; Knopf, Hans; Ross, Alex; Cooper, Mario; Klimley, Stanley 
86 pages. Articles: How the Reds Snatched Henry Wallace; The World's Biggest Store - Macy's in New York - article with nice photos; Nancy and Me - the famous Nancy comic strip; A Princess Sells Her Sarong - Malia Sunario Wiranata Kusuma of Java (Indonesia); The Secret Papers of Harry L. Hopkins (part 17 - conclusion); Has Polio Met Its Match in Darvisul?; The Human Female. Photo of Johnny Sain with Phil Masi, Tommy Holmes and Mike McCormick of the Boston Braves. Fiction: Marriage 1948 (part 1 of 5); The Wedding Present; She's a Big Girl Now; The Glass Cornet; Second Man on the Ticket (conclusion); Duffy Takes a Hand. Ads include: Dodge cars; Pan American Airlines; Ethyl; Florsheim Shoes; Vitalis - featuring Ben Hogan; De Beers (with small marking at bottom); Philco phonographs; 1949 Ford cars; Coke ad shows a table of four on a train being served by black man; Otto Graham's Football book and Pennsylvania footballs; B.V.D. clothing; Mallory Hats; Revere cameras and projectors; Texaco (polo theme); Bell Telephone (long distance operator); Great Northern Railway; Dan River; Dixon's Enduro pencil sharpener; Winthrop shoes; Plymouth cars; Botany 500 fashions; Hamm's beer; South Wind car warmers; Lucky Strike cigarettes (back cover). Covers pulling from staples. Sunning to right edge of front cover. Average wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Collier's Magazine, September 4, 1948 - Charles Eustis "Chip" Bohlen / Secret Papers of Harry L. Hopkins, Critchell, Laurence; Dahl, Roald; Hillman, Gordon Malherbe; Heinz, W.C.; Lanham, Edwin; Zacks, Robert; Velie, Lester; Allen, Robert S.; Reynolds, Quentin; Barnett, Alice and Hoyt; Sherwood, Robert E.; Harmel, Richard P.
5 Critchell, Laurence; Dahl, Roald; Hillman, Gordon Malherbe; Heinz, W.C.; Lanham, Edwin; Zacks, Robert; Velie, Lester; Allen, Robert S.; Reynolds, Quentin; Barnett, Alice and Hoyt; Sherwood, Robert E.; Harmel, Richard P. Collier's Magazine, September 4, 1948 - Charles Eustis "Chip" Bohlen / Secret Papers of Harry L. Hopkins
USA The Crowell-Collier Publishing Company 1948 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Baz, Ben Hur; Berger, David; Karsh; Sawyers, Martha; Bischoff, H.E.; Chaliapin, Boris; Cooper, Mario; Guise, Vincent; 
74 pages. Articles: Miracles Made to Order - modern chemical research; State Department Quarterback - Charles Eustis "Chip" Bohlen - with nice Karsh photo portrait; Very Tired Lady - Holland's beloved Queen Wilhelmina terminates her 50-year reign; Is Your Child in a Classroom Crisis? - be sure he's fit to read before he enters grade 1; The Secret Papers of Harry L. Hopkins (part 15) - The Presidential campaign of 1944, and prelims to the Yalta Conference; Good News for Little Women - Ready-made dresses are now styled for their figures - with nice color photos. Fiction: Passport to Missouri; Collector's Item; Broadway Doll; The Win to Go Home; Second Man on the Ticket (part 2 of 4); The Unchained. Ads include: Pennsylvania Railroad; Pat Buckalew of Montclair, NJ is featured in an Ipana toothpaste ad; Motorola radio; RKO movies; Nice full-page color-photo Jeep ad showing four work situations; International trucks; Chevroet cars; Wembley 'square' ties; Schlitz beer; Vitalis (with Lloyd Mangrum); Miller beer; Hudson cars; Spam; Chesterfield cigarette ad on back cover features Susan Hayward. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Collier's - The National Weekly Magazine, July 2, 1949 - Lexinton, Illinois / Eddie Sawyer of the Phillies, Holeman, Frank; Morris, Charles Dexter; Smith, Helena Huntington; Jennings, Dean; Sylvester, Robert; Sinks, Alfred H.; Sontheimer, Morton; Fay, Bill; Root, Weels; Fortune, Jan; Temple, Willard H.; Levy, Melvin P.;; et al
6 Holeman, Frank; Morris, Charles Dexter; Smith, Helena Huntington; Jennings, Dean; Sylvester, Robert; Sinks, Alfred H.; Sontheimer, Morton; Fay, Bill; Root, Weels; Fortune, Jan; Temple, Willard H.; Levy, Melvin P.;; et al Collier's - The National Weekly Magazine, July 2, 1949 - Lexinton, Illinois / Eddie Sawyer of the Phillies
Springfield, Ohio Crowell-Collier Publishing Company 1949 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Gleischmann, Glen; Skor, Walter; Devlin, Harry; Snyder, Wesley; Hawes, Charles; Chiriacka, Ernest; 
74 pages Features: Charlie Brannan and his Wonderful World - The Secretary of Agriculture; Who Said Promised Land? - transplanted Europeans fled tyranny only to find disillusionment and tragedy in the sugar lands of Louisiana - article with moving photos; The Actor Who Won't Stay Dead - Rudolph Valentino - article with photos; Broadway Ticket Scandal; The Old Home Town Fights to Live - Lexington, Illinois - article with good photos; A One-Shot Cure for Syphilis; Sawyer of the Phillies - Freshman Manager Eddie Sawyer; Vivien Kellems; The Iron Butterfly (part 1 of 4); Very Unusual in California; Freddy Fowler and the Ace; My Birthday's in July; The Golden Dart (conclusion); Morning After. Nice ads for: Gem razor blades; Herbert Tareyton cigarette ad featuring color photo of Miss Gladys Munn Pulitzer; Admiral portable radios; RCA Victor radios; Fisher Body; Seagram's Gin; B.V.D. clothing; Westinghouse fridges; Kleenex Tissues - features Little Luli and Tubby; Super Canada Dry full-page colour ad features their Spur Cola, Ginger Ale, Club Soda and Hi-Spot; The Martin Viking, by Martin Aircraft; Scotch Cellophane Tape; Packard cars; Lucky Strike (back cover). Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Collier's Magazine, September 11, 1948 - Ann Delafield / Guy Lombardo's Speed Boat, Jones, Nard, Chase, Margaret; Fessier, Michael; Jones, Paul; Ware, Edmund; Lanham, Edwin; Velie, Lester; Shaw, Sam; carson, Ruth; Dennis, Frank L.; Sherwood, Robert E.
7 Jones, Nard, Chase, Margaret; Fessier, Michael; Jones, Paul; Ware, Edmund; Lanham, Edwin; Velie, Lester; Shaw, Sam; carson, Ruth; Dennis, Frank L.; Sherwood, Robert E. Collier's Magazine, September 11, 1948 - Ann Delafield / Guy Lombardo's Speed Boat
USA The Crowell-Collier Publishing Company 1948 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Sweet, Ozzie (cover); Dwyer, Jim; Cowhey, Ken; Sharland; Smith, Frederick; Dersh, Stanley; Hamlin, Paul; Cooper, Mario; Willis, Fritz 
78 pages. Articles: Bread within waters - using atomic science to banish world hunger; Carelessness - the child killer (part 2 of 2); How to get Whistled at - Ann Delafield makes women more soothing to the eye; Rifle-Arm Sammy - Sammy Baugh of the Redskins; The Secret Papers of Harry L. Hopkins - the Yalta agreement and the president's last days; Guy Lombardo's Tempo VI which holds the world's single-engine speedboat mark of 118.2 mph - photo with write-up. Fiction: Pardon my Symptoms; The Girl Who Was Nobody's Daughter; He Had No Reservations; The Shanahan Strad; The One-Eyed Poacher and the Long Night; Second Man on the Ticket (part 3 of 4). Ads include: Studebaker; Westclox; Zenith radios; Pontiac cars; Monarch packaged foods; RCA Victor radio-phonographs; Pabst beer features colour photo of Mr. and Mrs. Lauritz Melchior; Good Year (centerfold); Plymouth cars; Hickok belts; Lord Calvert full-page color-photo ad features movie producer Jesse L. Lasky; Nice full-page color Blatz beer ad features Don Ameche; U.S. Army (featuring Uncle Sam; Rainfair; Spring Mills; Back cover Camel ad features precision flyer Betty Skelton. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Collier's Magazine, August 28, 1948 - The Secret Papers of Harry L. Hopkins / Why Ike Said No, Lanham, Edwin; Knickmeyer, W.L.; Carson, Robert; Finney, Jack; Steven, Anthony; Frank, Pat; Small, Collie; Childs, Marquis W.; Sherwood, Robert E.; Shaw, Sam; Henderson, Harry; Courtney, W.B.
8 Lanham, Edwin; Knickmeyer, W.L.; Carson, Robert; Finney, Jack; Steven, Anthony; Frank, Pat; Small, Collie; Childs, Marquis W.; Sherwood, Robert E.; Shaw, Sam; Henderson, Harry; Courtney, W.B. Collier's Magazine, August 28, 1948 - The Secret Papers of Harry L. Hopkins / Why Ike Said No
USA The Crowell-Collier Publishing Company 1948 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Cutler, Wilson (cover); Snyder, Bryson; Sloan, Robert S.; Hurst, Oliver; Cowhey, Ken; Friedman, Harry; Pike, John; Kotula, Jo; Wolsky, Milton; Ehrenberg, Myron; 
78 pages. Articles: Kansas Staggers to the Polls - bootleggers will be out of luck if the state votes wet this fall; Why Ike Said No - a close friend explains Ike's refusal of the nomination; The Secret Papers of Harry L. Hopkins (part 14) - Three Titans Spin the Globe - revealing the conversations of Roosevelt, Churchill and Stalin at Teheran; Carelessness - The Child Killer; Air Transport - the answer to air power - in global warfare, cargo planes are as vital as fighting planes; Suited for the Campus - autumn style notes for college men from Maine to California. Fiction: Second Man on the Ticket; Someone to Watch Over Katie; Boy's Best Friend; It Wouldn't Be Fair; Rain in August; An Affair of State (conclusion). Ads include: Fortune shoes for men; DeSoto car; Bell Telephone; Seiberling tires; 1949 cars; Plymouth; RCA Victor radio-phonographs; Pendleton shirts; Hickok belts; Admiral portable radios; U.S. Rubber (centerfold); Dodge Trucks; Oldsmobile cars; Jantzen sweaters; Evelyn Neblett in Pepsodent ad; Rand shoes; Loretta Young in Auto-Lite ad; Springs Mills; Indian motorcycles; Dan River; TTD; Kodak; Camel cigarettes (back cover) featuring diving star "Jim" Fairbrother. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Air Trails Military Aircraft Magazine (Four Issues) and Four Issues of AirSpace Model Magazine (Four Issues) 1969 Through 1972 Privately Bound in One Hardcover Volume, Multiple Contributors
9 Multiple Contributors Air Trails Military Aircraft Magazine (Four Issues) and Four Issues of AirSpace Model Magazine (Four Issues) 1969 Through 1972 Privately Bound in One Hardcover Volume
USA Conde Nast/OLR 1969 First Edition Hardcover Very Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Fling-Wing Soliders and their Rotary-Wing Birds; New Designs for America's Military; The Mach 2 Aerial Militia; The Rotary - rough on fighter pilots; Freeze or fry at Eglin; The Fabulous FAC's of Vietnam; Mike's Eight Hundred Dollar Warhawk; Military Aircraft 'Round the World; Military Pilot Requirements; United States Navy's First Fighters at Sea; Swing-Wing - the final leap forward?; The great load lifters; Fokker designs on foreign fronts; Leaves from a 'Lead-Sledders' logbook; A.F.'s Secret Electronic War; Recce Drone - The inside story; The RPV's are Coming!; Where did they all go?; Mediterranean Montage; Korean War Three-way ace; Big Eye in the Sky; The Emperor's Famous Phonix Fighters; World's fastest flying command post; Down the Drain?; Want an ancient air force?; Naval aviation's historical HQ; Convoluted quest for fighter engines; Can Kelly's Tigers contain foxbat?; Chopper warfare in Indochina; Marines New VTOL Harrier; Old USAF Planes in New Home; We fly the F-111; Mr. Mac's fantastic, formidible F-4; World Champ Airliner; 'The' Combat aircraft of World War Two; Serene Victor at 600 mph; The 'Spirit' - an individual creation; Destined for Immortality; Aeronautical History Sketchbook; Cutaway drawings of Wright biplane, Bleriot Cross-channel, Curtiss JN-4D Jenny, Ryan N-Y-P 'Spirit of St. Louis", Luftwaffe Messerschmitt 109E; Evolution of the Superfort; Pictorials of the Joint-Effort Jaguar and great planes at Ottawa; Cover photo of Sepecat Jaguar in Aerobatic dress; Sikorsky Grant; Boeing 747; The Guppies; Sorceress, Hot Canary, Shark; North American F-86D; Pitts Special; Stampe SV-4; Thorp T-18; North American B-25; Grumman F3F-2; Spitfire; Grumman Avenger; XB-70; Seadart, Seamaster; CF-105, TSR-2; Designers and pilots speak their minds - Curtis Pitts, Ed Granville and Pete Miller, Jimmy Doolittle, Jimmy Haizlip, Igor Sikorsky; Biplanes 'n' Things - Caudron G.3, Morane Parasol, Fleetwings Seabird, Vultee V-1A; How to build the Fokker D-7; How to make a model old-four monoplane; how to build and detail the magnificent jug; A 'copter goes to school; Model rocketry is serious business; how to build the icarus model rocket; how the airplane flies; fly power - power a model plane with a housefly!; The Hovercraft; Breaking into Balsa; How to build a Star Trek Diorama; How to camouflage and detail the supermarine spitfire Mk-1; How to customize the Lear Jet; How to build a ticket counter special Boeing 707; Monogram/AsM B-52 contest; how to paint camouflage with a brush; how to build and detail the Spad XIII; Hunting down the wolf pack; How to make the Battle of Britain Diorama; How to get an Aluminum finish that looks real; How to give decals that hand-painted look; how to build the Guillow Cessna; How to get the best from the Airbrush; Aerospace Symposium; How to build and display the Messerschmitt Bf 109F; Converting a Mosquito to a Hornet; How to build and detail the Apollo/Saturn; All the new models from the 32nd hobby trade show; 12 ways to better model building; Hunting down those rare birds; How to build a diorama; how to build and detail the confederate air force Mustang; how to draw aircraft, part I; How to simulate battle damage; how to superdetail the Hawker Typhoon; Baron Manfred von Richtoven's Fokker DR-1; How to build and detail the Tora Val type 99 - made in Hollywood!; how to build and superdetail major Lanoe Hawker's De Havilland DH 2; Here come de Judge; how to draw aircraft - part 2; the bombers that blitzed the monogram/AsM B-52 contest; how to build and detail the Black Bolt; how to build and detail the Mitsubishi 1MT in Torpedo Bomber; how to construct a 2$ rocket tracking device; how to detail the OV-1 A/C Mohawk - a Vietnam observer. Moderate wear. Binding sound. A quality copy. 
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Canadian National Magazine, February 1949, Volume 35, Number 1, Multiple Contributors
10 Multiple Contributors Canadian National Magazine, February 1949, Volume 35, Number 1
Montreal, Quebec Canadian National Railways 1949 First Edition Paperback Fair 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
50 pages. Features/Articles: Science rides the rails - work conducted in the Motive Power and Car Shops in Point St. Charles - with photos; Top Notch First-Aiders; Ira Kennedy and his passion for locomotives; The Sons of Martha; Passports to Adventure - the Ticket Bureau handles daily, thousands of items from hat checks to mouse traps; The Greatest Show on Earth - each day within the walls of any large railway station; The Human Side of Railroading; New Station opened at Grand Rapids; Training Our Future Mechanics; When the Train Whistle Blows; Riding into 1949; System news; Around the Departments; William Carr collects historical guns; Nailfinders ad on back cover; and more. Above-average wear. Unmarked. Address label on back cover. Cover holding by one staple. A worthy reference copy. 
Price: 99.95 USD
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Canadian National Magazine, November 1949, Volume  35, Number 10, Multiple Contributors
11 Multiple Contributors Canadian National Magazine, November 1949, Volume 35, Number 10
Montreal, Quebec Canadian National Railways 1949 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
50 pages. Features and Articles: Donald Gordon Succeeds R.C. Vaughan - becomes Chairman and President Jan. 1 when Mr. Vaughan retires after 51 years of railway service; Governor-General's first visit to Newfoundland - seven black and white photos; Photos of the Lakehead, Churchill and Vancouver grain terminals; Emerson College Thesbians use C.N.S.S. flagship in preparing for "The Parlor Story"; Canada Builds to Endure - on inspection trip, President finds west busy and confident; Ticket Agents See What They Sell - Annual Sales Meeting in Seattle; This Switchman has to Think Fast - Cliff McCamon works for the C.N.R. in Saskatoon; Photo of the "Train of Tomorrow"; Moncton's Diamond Jubilee; System News - staff changes; and more. Five-inch opening at top end of cover fold, otherwise unmarked with average wear. A sound copy. 
Price: 79.95 USD
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Classic Bus Magazine, December 2013 / January 2014, Multiple Contributors
12 Multiple Contributors Classic Bus Magazine, December 2013 / January 2014
UK Classic Bus 2013 First Edition Paperback Fair Former Library Copy 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
62 pages. Features: An Exeter Maudslay survives; East Yorkshire beauties; Southdown beauties; On the streets of Birmingham; Secondhand deckers with Yorkshire Woollen; Red GS in the Outer Hebrides; Creed ticket machine; and more. Average wear. Couple of library markings. Clear tape along spine. Average wear. A sound reference copy. 
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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, May 15, 1934 *Australia Sees Japanese Menace*, Multiple Contributors
13 Multiple Contributors Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, May 15, 1934 *Australia Sees Japanese Menace*
Toronto The Maclean Publishing Company 1934 First Edition Paperback Fair Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Wedd, Eileen (Cover Art) 
68 pages. Patriotic cover painting by Eilleen Wedd. Contents: Nice full-page ad for Moffats Electric Ranges; One-Way Ticket, by Jefferson Cralle; Mr. Sise, by R.T.L.; Fakes and Fakers, by James Young; Girl + Man + Boat, by Dale Collins; Circumstantial Evidence, by G.R. Malloch; Australia Sees it Coming - The Japanese Menace; How to Make Money Grow - Key #4, by Herbert N. Casson; Hidy Has a Memory, by Joseph Dwyer; An Inside History of Canada, Part V, by R.K. Hall; Dusky Diamond Limited, by Hugh Grant Rowell (with photos); The Bay of the Big Killing, by Bertrand W. Sinclair; Shots and Angles, by Candida (movie news); Westinghouse Refrigerator Ad; Should the N.W.T. (Northwest Territories) Shut the Door? - Canadian government issues no more permits for trading or trapping to people going to the N.W.T.; Dodge Truck Ad; Fantastic two-page black and white ad for the new Plymouth Six; Lovely Ceylon Tea Bureau colour ad prominently features the painting "Moraine Lake, Valley of the Ten Peaks", by Richard Jack, R.C.A.; Ad for the Cine-Kodak movie camera; Great full-page two-colour ad for the T-14, T-16, T-18, T-23, T-33, T-43, T-51 and T-61 General Motors Trucks; Nice ad for the new Studebakers of 1934; Article on Cheese Dishes; Colour ad for Swift's Premium Bacon inside back cover; Chipso laundry soap colour photo ad on back cover. Address label atop front cover. Assorted chips and tears. Above-average wear. A worthy reference copy. 
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Maclean's Magazine, June 30, 1962, Multiple Contributors
14 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, June 30, 1962
Toronto Maclean-Hunter Limited 1962 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Colour ad for International Harvester LoadStar trucks inside front cover; The Atom Bombers Speak - the crew of the Enola Gay describe their later lives and tell how they feel now about duty, guilt, and the next bomb - with photos; How Carl Goldenberg breaks strikes; The Michelangelos in Montreal - cover photos of the only Michelangelos on this continent; The Great Traffic Ticket Game; A fighting chance for the hard-core jobless; Photos a holiday weekend at the World's Fair; The Soviet's Floating City in our waters - 25,000 Russian fishermen aboard a fleet of 200 ships are scouring the banks of Newfoundland - with photos; We on the Right have no vote, by Basil Dean; Great colour ad for Canada Steamship Lines inside back cover depicts their vessel, the Whitefish Bay, 'sailing' Montreal's Dorchester Blvd. Average wear. A sound copy. 
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Old West Magazine - Spring, 1971, Multiple Contributors
15 Multiple Contributors Old West Magazine - Spring, 1971
USA Western Publications Inc. 1971 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Chasing the greatest Bandido of all, Pancho Villa; Oats and green pastures for the rest of your life - outrunning the Indians; The impossible treasures of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma; Railroad towns were tough - Piedmont,Wyoming; The Test - a trader's first confrontation with the Indians; Gambling in early day Montana; Train ticket west; Ride easy kid, the road's rough - sage advice from a man who should know; Prison Delivery - Emmett Dalton - complete pamphlet in this issue, plus related story The Penal Press and 'The Clock'; and more. Clean and unmarked with light wear. Nice copy. 
Price: 79.95 USD
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The Canadian Magazine, 16 January 1971 *MORRIS COHEN - THE BEST TICKET SCALPER IN CANADA*, Multiple Contributors
16 Multiple Contributors The Canadian Magazine, 16 January 1971 *MORRIS COHEN - THE BEST TICKET SCALPER IN CANADA*
Toronto Southstar 1971 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: Confessions of a master ticket scalper - Morris Cohen; You Have Everything, Don't You, Doug Campbell? - the most eligible Canadian bachelor in the U.S.; ...Baring his soul as the night unfolds - Making a record is singing the same line 12 times before you get it right - It's Gene MacLellan's line - nice four-page article with colour photos; The Waist-Makers (fashion feature); Bits about Flip Wilson and the Tasmanian Devil; Pizza recipes; How to get rich with other people's money - the land development game - Jim Martin of Alberta is worth $4 million paper; The man who starved himself to life - Gilles Lorrain confined himself to hospital and went 7.5 months on one month's food, and lost 140 pounds; Doug Wright's Family; Maggie Grant; and more. Clean and unmarked with average wear. 
Price: 249.95 USD
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Trains - The Magazine of Railroading, June 1957 - Steam in History in Maine and Russia, Multiple Contributors
17 Multiple Contributors Trains - The Magazine of Railroading, June 1957 - Steam in History in Maine and Russia
Milwaukee, WI, U.S.A. Kalmbach 1957 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
64 pages. Features: Katy - Cause & Effect; "I'm Getting a Ticket"; "I'm a Railroad Fan - Alfred Edward Perlman - detailed article with photos"; Steam in Indian Summer - paying final respects to the beetle-browed power of Grand Trunk behind a snorting bone-shaker of a geared 0-2-2-0; Would You Believe it? - Synchromesh 0-12-2; Railroading As They See it - a peak at the world's most unknown railroading in Russia and China - article with many photos, including an INCREDIBLE black and white centerfold of a Chinese train surrounded by crowds; ; Nomad of the Nineties - Sam Vauclain, grand old man of steam and his compound Baldwins - includes amazing photos of twenty, (yes 20!) new Forney 0-4-4s in a column; This Device Spots Broken Wheel Flanges; All About Signals - 1 - John S. Armstrong explains in easy steps the progress from crude but effective manual-block safety to the speed insured by 1957's complexity of wires, relays, motors and lights - superb article with many helpful diagrams; and more. Great vintage ads. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
Price: 99.95 USD
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Trains Magazine, June 1945, Vol. 5, No. 8, Multiple Contributors
18 Multiple Contributors Trains Magazine, June 1945, Vol. 5, No. 8
USA Kalmbach Publishing Co. 1945 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
46 pages. Many wonderful black and white photos. Features: NYC replaces Busy Switches - new slip switches at Harmon, N.Y.; The Rio Grande - General Palmer's little narrow gauge road of the Colorado mountains grew into one of America's most important 'bridge' systems; Driving Gear for Turbine Locomotives - Pennsylvania Railroad's experimental unit has uniform torque, fully balanced drive wheels, high efficiency at speed; new locomotive; Built in Roanoke - Norfolk & Western has been building most of its locomotives at its Roanoke Shops; Railroad Ticket Man - What does the passenger look like to the man on the other side of the ticket window?; Tall Stacked Old Timers - Three gems from a leading locomotive photo collection; Chicago Station Gets New Shed - Illinois Central Rebuilds - Illinois Central tears down old high arch and builds slotted roof. Average wear. A sound copy of this excellent vintage issue. 
Price: 69.95 USD
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True West Magazine, April 1975, Multiple Contributors
19 Multiple Contributors True West Magazine, April 1975
USA Western Publications 1975 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: "Rascals" and Rangers - hot blood courses through the coal veins at Thurber, Texas; Lost Gold at Robbers Roost; The Private War of Henson Wiseman; Localisms and Familyisms - Hillfold talk in the Rockies; Wild Old Days!; The Fatal Quart of Strawberries - Patrick S. Coughlin; Ticket Scalpin' on the Railroad; Great Falls, Montana - First Black Cowboy, Walter Jackson; Under the Devil's Blanket - the most dangerous mail route in the world in Alaska; The Benevolent Ghost - Oakalla, Texas; Frying Pan Charlie - Charles Alzamora; Pima County, Arizona Territory. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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20 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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