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WAR: Survey of the Japanese Army, No. 37, February (Feb.)  6th, 1943, (British) Army Bureau of Current Affairs; Bennett, Lieut. Richard
1 (British) Army Bureau of Current Affairs; Bennett, Lieut. Richard WAR: Survey of the Japanese Army, No. 37, February (Feb.) 6th, 1943
Canada (British) Army Bureau of Current Affairs / Government of Canada 1943 Reprint Paperback Very Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall Pares, Bip (Map) 
12 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 "Not to be Published - the information given in this publication is not to be communicated, either directly, to the Press or to any person not holding an official position in His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 March, 1943. Contents: Little Men, What Now? - Survey of the Japanese Army including two-page map of Japan's Asiatic Empire - where they were and where they are; The Role of the R.A.F. Regiment - They Guard the Airfields; Boot Quiz. Light wear. Unmarked. A quality copy. 
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WAR: The Trouble with Italians, No. 35, January (Jan) 9th 1943 - The Trouble with Italians, (British) Army Bureau of Current Affairs; Bennett, Lieut. Richard; De Polnay, Pte. Peter
2 (British) Army Bureau of Current Affairs; Bennett, Lieut. Richard; De Polnay, Pte. Peter WAR: The Trouble with Italians, No. 35, January (Jan) 9th 1943 - The Trouble with Italians
Canada (British) Army Bureau of Current Affairs / Government of Canada 1943 Reprint Paperback Very Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
12 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 "Not to be Published - the information given in this publication is not to be communicated, either directly, to the Press or to any person not holding an official position in His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: The Trouble with Italians - summary and estimate of the Italian Army with map showing where Italian troops were as of June 1940, and another map showing same as of January 1943; The First Time They Saw Paris - Peter de Polnay of the Pioneer Corps relates his experiences of witnessing German troops enter Paris; Dental Quiz and Answers. Light wear. Clean and unmarked. A quality copy. 
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WAR: Battle for Point 174. Number 56.  October (Oct.) 30th, 1943, (British) Army Bureau of Current Affairs; Lyne, Major F.G.
3 (British) Army Bureau of Current Affairs; Lyne, Major F.G. WAR: Battle for Point 174. Number 56. October (Oct.) 30th, 1943
Canada (British) Army Bureau of Current Affairs / Government of Canada 1943 Reprint Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
12 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 September, 1943. This issue discusses two actions which were part of the attack on Tunis: Tanks in Support - Battle for Point 174; Infantry Action - Attack and Counter-Attack; Naval Quiz. Includes 3 maps. Unmarked with moderate wear. A sound copy. 
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Scientific American Magazine, Volume 153, Number 1, July 1935, Avery, Myron H.; Slawson, H.H.; Rhine, J.B.; Parlin, W.A.; deschin, Jacob; Russell, Henry Norris; Smith, Philip H.; Herrick, John; Muhleman, M.L.; Boone, Andrew R.; Hoskins, R.G.; Cleveland, Reginald M.; Roosevelt, Kermit
4 Avery, Myron H.; Slawson, H.H.; Rhine, J.B.; Parlin, W.A.; deschin, Jacob; Russell, Henry Norris; Smith, Philip H.; Herrick, John; Muhleman, M.L.; Boone, Andrew R.; Hoskins, R.G.; Cleveland, Reginald M.; Roosevelt, Kermit Scientific American Magazine, Volume 153, Number 1, July 1935
USA Munn & Company 1935 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
56 pages. Features: Dr. John D. Strong; The Appalachian Trail; Detailed drawing of a newly designed lightship which will replace the ill-fated Nantucket; Surprising discoveries in the near east show that iron, glass, the arch, and bathrooms were in use far earlier than formerly supposed; Telepathy and Clairvoyance in a Trance Medium - an intensive series of tests conducted with a medium (Mrs. Eileen J. Garrett) and her spirit control showed the spirit to be no better as a telepathist than the medium; How bright is a lightning bug?; Various types of photographic exposure meters; Planets much larger than Jupiter are impossible; Copper and copper alloys are resisting corrosion; Back on the Land - The Subsistence Homestead movement is slowly reversing the urbanization trend - an experiment at Reedsville, West Virginia - article with photos; All-Wave Reception; Power from the Boulder Dam - two-pages of exceptional photos; Disordered glands can produce giants and dwarfs, fanatics and loafers; Rotating Wing Aircraft (helicopters) - intriguing possibilities; The Amateur Astronomer; photo of salvage bathysphere; Progress in Science - by Kermit Roosevelt; and more. Above-average external wear. Front cover nearly detached. Tape along backstrip. Not pretty but an informative vintage issue. 
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The New York Times Magazine, January 14, 1945 -  Battle of the Bulge Photos, Ball, Joseph H.; Shallett, Sidney; Hurd, Charles; Atkinson, Brooks; Stanley, Fred; Gould, John; Pope, V.;
5 Ball, Joseph H.; Shallett, Sidney; Hurd, Charles; Atkinson, Brooks; Stanley, Fred; Gould, John; Pope, V.; The New York Times Magazine, January 14, 1945 - Battle of the Bulge Photos
USA The New York Times Company 1945 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall Sharp, William 
48 pages. Features: Cover photo of Army Nurse at work; Unituq ad inside from cover for American Export Line shows teen girl holding record and caption 'The Japs Were Hard on Jive' - explaining that war meant the shellac needed to make records was hard to import; Fantastic one-page colour photo ad for Rheingold beer features Miss Rheingold 1945, Pat Boyd on a ski hill; We Must Face Europe with Realism; Ad for Fairchild's Packet air cargo aircraft; Photos from the Battle of the Bulge; Plane's-Eye View of the Pacific War - an air voyage reveals what distance means and how brutal is the struggle; Photos of a Pacific beachhead landing; Four Fateful Inauguration Days - The atmosphere of crisis has surrounded Mr. Roosevelt on each historic occasion - article with photos; Backbone of China's Resistance - it is the enduring peasant, who supplies the rice and the soldiers, hates and thwarts the Japanese; Nice one-page color ad by De Beers; Hollywood's latest box office 'name' is Barry Fitzgerald - article with photos; Classy one-page color ad for Benson & Hedges Virginia Rounds cigarettes; Percy Pratt - Poet Laureate of Freeport, Maine's GI's; One page ad for movie 'A Song to Remember' starring Paul Muni and Merle Oberon; Photos and write-up of America's State Department Team - Joseph C. Grew, Edward R. Stettinius Jr., James Clement Dunn, Nelson A. Rockefeller, Archibald MacLeish, Dean Acheson and William L. Clayton; Half-page ad for Admiral fridges features two classy dames; Nice ad for Rameses "the aristocrat of cigarettes"; Soldier Souvenirs - mementos from Germany; Nostalgic one-page color ad for Florida Oranges/Orange Juice; Meals for the Family of One; A Lift from Lighting; Teen-age daughters; Two pages of lovely fashion photos featuring ladies' attire for the outdoor play season; Half-page color ad for Marlboro cigarettes features very fashionably-dressed lady; GIs bring daily news to the Pacific; Nostalgic color ad on back cover for Decca records states they insist their vocalists pronounce every word carefully, and that dance records must be thoroughly danceable - without fancy overtures or interruptions. Unmarked with moderate wear. A quality vintage wartime issue. 
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Newsweek Magazine, August (Aug.) 10, 1981 - Japan's High-Tech Challenge, Barton, Clare Bishop; Axthelm, Pete; Greenfield, Meg; et al
6 Barton, Clare Bishop; Axthelm, Pete; Greenfield, Meg; et al Newsweek Magazine, August (Aug.) 10, 1981 - Japan's High-Tech Challenge
New York Newsweek 1982 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Kamifuku, Tom H. (Cover) 
72 pages. Features: Two-page color-photo ad for the Ford Series 10 tractor, "The World Tractor"; The Tuskegee Airmen Keep on Flying - the 99th Fighter Squadron and the 332nd Fighter Group and the 477th Bomber Group were the only all-black flying units organized by the US Air Force in WWII; Justice Rose Bird of the California Supreme Court; Reagan's War on Drugs - major article with photos, including George Bush Sr. leaning on bales of marijuana; Tax Bill politics in D.C.; A New Look at Child Labor; Jimmy Hoffa Legally Dead; Killenworth Mansion on Long Island - Soviet nest spying on local defense industries?; Bedford, IN - limestone capital of the world - Merle Edington and his Great Pyramid replica; Reagan's middle east peacemaker Philip Habib; Volkswagen Scirocco ad; Yassir Arafat - skilled in P.R.; Indira Gadhi's New Beginning; Vintage ad for Mattel Electronics' Intellivision "Starstrike" (Star Strike) video game; Peace shattered in Zimbabwe; Report from Tajikistan and the impact of the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan; Color photo of tennis player Hu Na; Elvis Costello - No More Mr. Bad Guy; The University of San Francisco drops its basketball program - The High Price of Cheating; William P. Tavoulareas and his libel suit against the Washington Post; Beware of Child Molesters - one of 10 youngsters is sexually abused each year; Japan's High-Tech Challenge - the Asian powerhouse launches an all-out push into computers, robots and other 'knowledge intensive' industries; How Computers Change Lives; Building a Superbrain; Japan's New Risk Takers; Here Come the Robots; From Tennessee to Tokyo - Americans prepare for Nissan's new truck plant in Smyrna, TN; Electronic Gadgets of the Future; Controversial use of animals in scientific research; The Disappearing Drive-In Movie Theater; Lloyd DeGrane and a flock of pink flamingos; Passing of: Harold R. Foster, Harold T. Sakata, Dan Seymour, Tatyana Grosman, Vladimir Kosma Zworykin, Jucille Parker Markey; Olympus camera ad with inset photo of model (Cheryl Tiegs?); Filming of "That Championship Season" in Scranton, PA; Back cover Barclay cigarette ad features photo of James Bond-style man in white tux; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A sound copy. 
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The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, September (Sept.) 4, 1926 -  The Poor Indian Has Few Rights, Benson, Alllan L.; Beckman, James W.; McConnell, Burt M.; Clark Marian Bruce; Adams, Randolph G.; Kelsey, Easton T.; Whiting, May B.; Masson, Thomas L.; Roof, Katherine Metcalf
7 Benson, Alllan L.; Beckman, James W.; McConnell, Burt M.; Clark Marian Bruce; Adams, Randolph G.; Kelsey, Easton T.; Whiting, May B.; Masson, Thomas L.; Roof, Katherine Metcalf The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, September (Sept.) 4, 1926 - The Poor Indian Has Few Rights
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1926 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Graham, J.C.; Woodward, Stanley W. (cover); Fitzgerald; 
32 pages. Features: The Senator Nobody Knows - William E. Borah will not play politics; Our Soldiers and Reform of Court-Martial System - Ex-Noncommissioned Officer says that in the World War American Soldiers were tried by Court-Martial System of George III; Heroes of the Air Mail - they carry on every day of the year, through rain or fog, over mountains and treacherous valleys; Lo! The Poor Indian, A Citizen Who Has Few Rights; Did High Freight Rates Occasion the Discovery of America?; Henry Ford's Page - America is a challenge to other nations to put their social foundations at the bottom instead of the top; Editorials - anti-American forces arrayed against Hon. Albert Johnson, Farmer Butte discovers dinotherium in Ohio, gunplay in Pittsburgh; Exploring Where Paul Preached - notable architectural and art treasures unearthed on the site of ancient Antioch - photo-illustrated article; The Lobster is Supreme in the village of Cape Porpoise; Can Courage be Cultivated?; Chats with Office Callers; The Strange Transient Woman - A One-Act Play; I Read In the Papers; Can You Tell Me? Soiling to front cover near spine. Unmarked with average wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, December 22, 1956 - Brooks, Alberta - The West's Happiest Hunting Ground, Berton, Pierre; Hutton, Eric; Stephenson, Bill; Porter, McKenzie; Moon, Barbara; Trueman, Stuart; Moore, Napier; Baxter, Beverley; Fraser, Blair; Gilmour, Clyde; Lemelin, Roger
8 Berton, Pierre; Hutton, Eric; Stephenson, Bill; Porter, McKenzie; Moon, Barbara; Trueman, Stuart; Moore, Napier; Baxter, Beverley; Fraser, Blair; Gilmour, Clyde; Lemelin, Roger Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, December 22, 1956 - Brooks, Alberta - The West's Happiest Hunting Ground
Toronto Maclean-Hunter 1956 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Hill, James (Cover Art); Orssagh, Egon; Croydon, Peter; Rowed, Harry; Tomkinson, Grace; Tomkinson, Constance; Sebert, John; Hill, Margaret; Simpkins; Cahen, Oscar 
52 pages. Features: Napier Moore argues a Canadian health plan won't work; What the Dead Sea Scrolls Mean to the Christian Faith; Remember When the Comics Were Funny? - a look at comic strips in the 1920s; A moving new portrayal of the Nativity story in a CBC half-hour film - many colour photos of the child cast; The West's Happiest Hunting Ground - For one month of the year Brooks, Alberta is a carnival, shooting gallery and crossroads of the rich and famous - all because one resident once brought home a handful of pheasant eggs - article with great photos; How Can Santa Find Me? - an illustrated Christmas story for children; Constance Tomkinson aand her life in the Folies-Bergere - article with photos; *Magnificent* colour photo centrefold ad for the 1957 Buick Super - 2-door Riviera; Nice colour Cadillac ad along the bottoms of pages 50 and 51; Nice Coke ad on back cover show Santa relaxing with a baby (rein)deer at his feet Unmarked. Average wear. A nice vintage issue. 
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Good Housekeeping - The Magazine America Lives By, September (Sept.) 1951 - Plymouth, Massachusetts, Best & Hillyer; R. Harbert; E.A. Cadiz; J. Colton; B.J. Chute; R. Franken; E.G. Patterson; H. Pratt; E. Starr; et al
9 Best & Hillyer; R. Harbert; E.A. Cadiz; J. Colton; B.J. Chute; R. Franken; E.G. Patterson; H. Pratt; E. Starr; et al Good Housekeeping - The Magazine America Lives By, September (Sept.) 1951 - Plymouth, Massachusetts
New York Hearst Magazines, Inc. 1951 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Ross, Alex (cover); Milton Wolsky; Joe DeMers; Coby Whitmore; Hans Van Nes; Bernard Lamotte; Leslie Saalburg; William Pahlmann; Joe Martin; Jan Balet; Alex Ross; Riccardo Magni; Fredric Varady; Margret and H.A. Rey; Helen Carlton; Robert Frank; 
326 pages. Features: Nice color-photo ad for Kelvinator ranges inside front cover; Listerine ad shows two young men eyeing young lovely floating alone on water mattress; Town of the Month - Plymouth, Massachusetts; Nice color Camay sopa ad features beautiful Mrs. Cornelius Lorenzen, Jr., the former Barbara Jean Shaw of New Jersey; Assignment in Hollywood; Nice photo ad for Warner's 3-way-sized bras and foundations; Color Lux ad features Joan Caulfield; Two-page color-photo ad for Indian Head Cotton; Lustre-Creme ad features color photo of beautiful Ann Blyth; photo ad for Playtex baby pants; Excellent two-page color ad for Prell shampoo; Article on Eczema; Nice vintage one-page ad for Johnson & Johnson Cotton Tips (before they were rebranded as Q-Tips); Drene shampoo ad features photos of Jeanne Bal; The Woman and Her Car; Monthly Career Girl - Barbara Atkins of the Bank of Virginia in Richmond; Color Ivory Soap ad with image of Jean Christman; Why I Quit Working; The Jukebox and the Kallikaks - story by B.J. Chute; The Years Between (part 1 of 2); The Greener Grass; My Last Duchess; Woman and the New War; Lovely color-photo fashion photos; Lovely color-photo bedroom design ideas; 8 of America's foremost artists paint bedrooms they woud like; Home design photos; Orchestras in Peril; Zozo (Curious George?) page of comics; Kleenex ad features Little Lulu and Tubby; Jergens ad features photos of Evelyn Keyes, who co-stars with Jeff Chandler in movie "Smuggler's Island"; SOS pad ad features photo of Mrs. Velma Ide, Stillwater Ave., Bangor, Maine; Classy color-photo ad for Frigidaire electric ranges; Cut-Rite waxed paper ad features photo of Dione Lucas; Lovely color Avon ad features Gertrude Lawrence with her sales rep, Mrs. Mary Moran; Lovely vintage color ad for Virtue Bros. Chrome Dinette furnture; Excellent vintage color photo for Hotpoint dishwashers shows 'fairy lady' in yellow dress holding silver coffee set; 5 new miracle fibers - Dynel, Dacron, Orlon, Vicara and Chemstrand; Great color ad for Peter Pan peanut butter shows smiling girl; Photo of Virginia Mayo in Royal Crown cola ad; Daystrom Furniture color ad; Color ad for F.W. Woolworth Co.; Springmaid Fabrics ad; Fashion ideas; Charming color ad for Bambury clothing for girls; Red Goose shoe ad; Nice color-photo ad for Kate Greenaway's glamourous gingham frocks; and much, much more. Above-average external wear and soiling with openings to backstrip. A worthy copy of this charming vintage issue. 
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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
10 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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The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, May 22, 1926 - World War's Effect on the Negro, Boeckmann, Henriette; Arms, L.L.; Collman, Charles A.; Whiting, May B.; Thompson, Huston; Boyer, Townsend; Clifford, F.J.; Smith, Wyman; Finger, Charles J.
11 Boeckmann, Henriette; Arms, L.L.; Collman, Charles A.; Whiting, May B.; Thompson, Huston; Boyer, Townsend; Clifford, F.J.; Smith, Wyman; Finger, Charles J. The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, May 22, 1926 - World War's Effect on the Negro
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1926 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Clarke, W.W.; Graham, J.C.; Seavey, Paul Franklin; Johnson, Harlan; Honore, Paul 
32 pages. Features: When Old Salem Hunted Witches - men and women were put to death on the accusation of little children; The Man Who Fights Alone - "The Cop is the World's Greatest Warrior" - article with statistics of policemen killed on the job; Why I Left New York (part 1) - a middle westerner moves there but is in conflict with its alien atmosphere; Who Pays for Our Radio Programs? - noted economics author explains how national advertisers foot the bill so we can listen-in without charge; Captain Kidd - Pirate-Catcher - the rover is commissioned to capture ships flying the black flag; Mr. (Henry) Ford's Page - no amount of pretense can improve upon the original; Editorials - the time of England's trouble, is the jury system a failure, police death roll, the family is the unit; Woodrow Wilson (part 9) - He refused to be rushed into hasty decisions; World War's Effect Upon the Negro - overseas the colored soldier acquired an entirely new estimate of his importance in the scheme of things; Dry-Farming - The Tragedy of the West - scores of deserted homes stand as mute monuments to the settler's struggle in a land where rain seldom comes; Moonlight Midnight on "Old Tim" - Climbing Mount Timpanogas; The Voyage of the Victoria - part 3 - further adventures of Magellan; Chats with Office Callers; A Dance a Week - Hull's Victory, Lady Walpole's Reel, and Speed the Plow (with piano music for each); amazing photos of strange worldwide professions - a daredevil juggling atop several chairs, rubber tappers in Ceylon demonstrating the herringbone system,Egyptian dervishes passing skewers through their cheeks, and a Korean peddler of earthen ware - carried upon his back! Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Films and Filming Magazine, February 1974 - Cover Photo from Warhol's 'Dracula', Boulting, Roy; Whitehead, Peter; Stuart, Alexander; Jones, DuPre; Elley, Derek; Gow, Gordon; Gay, Ken
12 Boulting, Roy; Whitehead, Peter; Stuart, Alexander; Jones, DuPre; Elley, Derek; Gow, Gordon; Gay, Ken Films and Filming Magazine, February 1974 - Cover Photo from Warhol's 'Dracula'
UK Hansom 1974 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
66 pages. Features: Article on notes from the thoughtbook of director Roy Boulting; 'Soft Reds - Hard Battles' - photos; Mind Games - article on the films of Peter Whitehead; Requiem for a fallen cinama -article; The Power of the Gun - concluding DuPre Jones's analysis of the work of John Sturges; Hiding it Under a Bushel - part 2 - Marta Meszaros; Warhol's 'Dracula' - photos; Reviews; 'Executive Action' - photos; 'The Way We Were' - photos; Article - 'Unfamiliar Talents'; Records; Photos from Conrad Rooks's 'Siddhartha'; Pin-up photo of Ann Sheridan; 'La Grande Bouffe' - photos; 'Big Zapper' - photos. Ad for 'The Sting' on back cover. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Canadian Antiques Collector - A Journal of Antiques and Fine Arts: January/February 1973, Volume 8, Number 1, Bradshaw, Marian: Editor
13 Bradshaw, Marian: Editor Canadian Antiques Collector - A Journal of Antiques and Fine Arts: January/February 1973, Volume 8, Number 1
Toronto Canadian Antiques Collector 1973 First Edition Paperback Fair 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: In search of a Standard for Canadian Furniture; Canadian Art at Auction; Nineteenth Century Room (Wall) Paper in Canada; Recent Furniture Acquisition at R.O.M.; Iron and Tin Ware. Average wear. Moisture exposure has resulted in some waviness and some pages being stuck together. When these pages were unstuck some peeling occurred, affecting some text and photos. Overall, a worthy reference copy. 
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The Wide World Magazine - The Magazine for Everybody, Vol. XLIV - No. 261, January (Jan.) 1920 - Two Balloonatics, Brand, J.B.; Bourne, George;Franck, H.A.; Yerburgh, The Rev. W.H.B.; White, Capt. T.W.; Thomason, Hugh; Pocock, R.; Chinnery, E.W.P.; Mander, Lionel; McMahon, (MeMahon?) T.J.; Et al
14 Brand, J.B.; Bourne, George;Franck, H.A.; Yerburgh, The Rev. W.H.B.; White, Capt. T.W.; Thomason, Hugh; Pocock, R.; Chinnery, E.W.P.; Mander, Lionel; McMahon, (MeMahon?) T.J.; Et al The Wide World Magazine - The Magazine for Everybody, Vol. XLIV - No. 261, January (Jan.) 1920 - Two Balloonatics
London George Newnes, Ltd. 1920 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Robinson, T.H.; Gillett, F.; Horne, A.E.; Cleaver, Ralph; Brightwell, L.R.; Prater, Ernest; Tennant, Dudley; Webb, Arch.; Black, A. & M.; Soper, G.; Coller, Hy. 
Pages 177-272, plus 16 pages of great ads. Features: The Blue Bandits - Part 1 - Elusive thieves operate in the Franco-Italian villages on either side of the frontier in the French department of the Hautes Alpes and the Italian district of Monte Viso; How I Lost My Christmas Dinner - hilarious story of a Christmas spent with the Maori adherents of self-styled "prophet" Rua - article with photos; On Foot Through South America - Part 2 - photo-illustrated account of Harry A. Franck's visit to Quito and his tramp through Ecuador; The Last Voyage of H.M.S. "Drake" - a vivid glimpse of the perils of convoy work and the "price of Admiralty"; ; The Trials of a Naturalist's Wife - Part 1; My Two Years' Captivity Among the Turks - Part 1of Airman Capt. T.W.White's adventures and daring escape; The Moonshiners - what happened when the author stumbled into a camp of Tennessee moonshiners; Photo of thousands of snakes at breeding time in the Klamath Falls, Oregon area; The Wonderland of the Arctic - description of a trip to Danish Greenland, with photos; In Quest of Cannibals - Part 3 - exploration and adventure in unknown New Guinea; Photo of German "Death Clock" constructed primarily of skulls and other bones; Two Balloonatics - an exciting balloon adventure from just before the war (WWI); Treasure Island - great photo-illustrated article about the remote South Pacific island of Nauru; The Mad Millionaire - how vast wealth came unexpectedly to a poor Mexican Indian, and the tragedy that ensued; The Sacred Mountain - photo-illustrated account of a picturesque Tibetan pilgrimage; The Resurrection of "Red" Wilson - an exciting story of the old days in the south-west, when the Apaches were still a terror in the land; Photo of a lakatoi (lakatois) New Guinea boat. Somewhat above-average wear. Unmarked. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue. 
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The Wide World  - The Magazine For Men, December (Dec.) 1914, No. 200, Vol. 34 - Among Head-Hunters and Cannibals / Penelope Visits Finland, Browne, J.; Heighton, J.; Thomas, T.; Armour, C.; Hollingsworth, F.; Ranee of Sarawak; Fagan, D.; Et al
15 Browne, J.; Heighton, J.; Thomas, T.; Armour, C.; Hollingsworth, F.; Ranee of Sarawak; Fagan, D.; Et al The Wide World - The Magazine For Men, December (Dec.) 1914, No. 200, Vol. 34 - Among Head-Hunters and Cannibals / Penelope Visits Finland
New York The International News Company 1914 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Gordon, Alexandre; Evans, Treyer; Pride, Sid; Somerfield, T.; Evison, G. Henry; De Walton, John; Holloway, W.H.; Elcock, H.E.; Wigfull, W.E.; Webb, A. 
Pages 102-196 pages plus 32 pages of great vintage ads. Features: The Mutiny of the "Ziba" (part I) - a brutal captain and mates are murdered by their crew; Among Head-Hunters and Cannibals - great photo-illustrated article on some of the experiences of Captain W. Sinker who for years cruised the South Sea Islands in command of the Melanesian Mission steamer "Southern Cross"; The Rivals - two men were in love with the same lady; The Bluffing of Din Mahomed - a rascally Indian postal worker is brought to justice; The Runaway Train - story from a branch line of the C. and N.W.R.R. in Nebraska; My Adventures in Sarawak (part III) - adventures of the Rajah's bride amongst 'the lovable little people'; Hona's "Tapu" - what happened to to men who attempted to brave the curse of a Maori chief upon a rich gold-reef; An Unlucky Ride - in New Zealand a man sets of on a perilous 120 mile journey to see his lady, only to arrive late and offend her; Our Travels in Safari-land (part I) - Mrs. Fred Maturin (Edith Cecil-Porch) travels through British East Africa; The Night-Watchman's Story - an 1885 tale from the steamer 'Bengal Tiger' shipping from Paducah, Kentucky, as told by Ernest Prentis; Penelope Visits Finland - holiday jaunts to the 'Land of a Thousand Lakes"; Parker's Lesson - a 1913 story of a young man from Cambridge who went to Nigeria with ideas of how the natives should be handled; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A sound copy of this great vintage issue. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), October (Oct.) 24, 1942 - Ruined City of Stalingrad Still Defies Germans, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril
16 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril The Illustrated London News (ILN), October (Oct.) 24, 1942 - Ruined City of Stalingrad Still Defies Germans
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1942 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Davis, G.H.; Turner, C.E.; De Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 449-476. Features: Cover photo-portrait of General Smuts of South Africa; Seven photos of devastation in Stalingrad; Large illustration and two dramatic photos illustrate "Battered Stalingrad - A Broken City Held Together By the Spirit of Its Defenders"; Two-page Admiralty Chart of Guadalcanal Island, pivot of violent fighting and scene of heavy Japanese losses, in enemy attempts to recover the Solomon Islands and gain command of the Australian Seas; Russia and the Middle East (article); One-page photo of the launching of a Kaiser 10,500-ton cargo-ship in 10 days, observed by FDR and Mr. Kaiser; Aftermath of bombing in Nuremburg, Benghazi Harbour, and the Focke-Wulf Works at Neuenland, near Bremen; Photos of "Boston" bombers taking off in the dusty desert; Photo of funeral service for Leiut.-General "Strafer" Gott and others, killded when their plane crashed in the Western Desert; Photos of eleven personalities in the news include Dame Marie Tempest, Mr. Henry Morgenthau, Mr. Cecil Whiteley, Mr. Edwin Barclay, Hitler meeting Rommel in Berlin, and Mr. Cosmo Hamilton; Two large photos of H.M.S. "Howe"; Wonderful action photo centrefold of H.M. Battleship "Anson" steaming full out; Five photos of Sir John Tovey, Commander in Chief of the Home Fleet, in his quarters aboard the flagship; Three photos of the Schneider Works, the "Krupps of France" in Le Creusot, which was attacked by Lancasters; Twelve photos from Madagascar illustrate key points seized and cleaning up; Page of photos of Alaska Highway construction with map; One-page illustration of ancient London bastion uncovered by enemy action; One-page article with three illustrations entitled "How the Germans Treat Their Political Prisoners - Nazi Atrocities" - the prison camp at Jernvann, where 600 Serbs were interned. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, August (Aug.) 1, 1942 - The Fall of Heroic Sebastopol, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John;
17 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John; The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, August (Aug.) 1, 1942 - The Fall of Heroic Sebastopol
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 113-140. Features: Cover photo of Brigade H.Q. in the desert battle zone where the Brigadier, South African Command, directs operations - and photos of bombs exploding nearby; Twelve fascinating photos beneath the heading "Fighting in the Western Desert - Vivid Incidents, and Personalities, including Rommel in Tobruk and General Freyberg, V.C., Wounded; Two large photos from "The Battle of Midway Island"; Two-page map of the world entitled "Oil - The Supply Problem of the Warring Powers - A Map of Production Areas and Lines of Ocean Transport"; The Crisis in Russia (article); Seven great photos illustrate the pre-fabrication system in Shipbuilding - the U.S. sets the world's record in production; Photos of incendiary bombs - as were showered upon Hamburg - being prepared for raid; Two pages of photos and text describe the fall of Sebastopol; Centrefold illustration shows young British Officers studying tactical problems with models; Interesting photo-illustrated article explains how vegetables are dried, thus effecting considerable transport economy; Page of photos explaining the benefits of dried meat; Photo of test flight of the Boeing patrol bomber "XPBB-1"; Page of photos engaged in obstacle course training; Six photos of the "Mustang" - the fastest Army co-operation plane in the world; Two pages of photos of ice-covered decks of warships; Photos of twelve personalities of the week include cricketeer "Andy" Ducat, Sir Hugh C.T. Dowding, and Wing-Cdr. Hon. M. Aitken; Nice colour back cover ad for Puritan Leather Soles features illustration of Oliver Cromwell. This copy was never stapled. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A quality vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, April 11, 1953 - Passing of Queen Mary / Mau Mau Massacre in Kenya, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John; Davis, Frank; Elliott, Clarence; Trewin, J.C.; Burton, Maurice; et al
18 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John; Davis, Frank; Elliott, Clarence; Trewin, J.C.; Burton, Maurice; et al The Illustrated London News, April 11, 1953 - Passing of Queen Mary / Mau Mau Massacre in Kenya
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd. 1953 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall de Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 549-592. Features: Cover photo of Queen Mary's coffin on its journey to Westminster Hall; The death of Ex-King Carol of Rumania; The Mau Mau Massacre - victims and survivors, and some suspects; Two-page photo of ghastly scene where loyal Kikuyu were burned alive; Rail disaster near Conneaut, Ohio; Czech state airline Dakota lands in Frankfurt, passengers request political asylum; Full-page photo of the Duke of Edinburgh, the Duke of Windsor, the Duke of Gloucester and the Duke of Kent in Queen Mary's funeral procession; Two-page photo of Queen Mary's funeral procession on its way to Westminster; Centerfold illustration of the public paying last respects to Queen Mary; Two pages of photos of floral tributes to Queen Mary; Photos of dignitaries who attended the funeral; The Buraimi Oasis - subject of a dispute between Great Britain and Saudi Arabia; Sports photos; and more. Centerfold loose but present. Unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, February (Feb.) 7, 1942 -  Cover Photo of U.S. Soldier Newly Arrived in Great Britain / The Caproni-Campini Jet-Powered Aeroplane, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John; Pycraft, W.P.
19 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John; Pycraft, W.P. The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, February (Feb.) 7, 1942 - Cover Photo of U.S. Soldier Newly Arrived in Great Britain / The Caproni-Campini Jet-Powered Aeroplane
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 161-192. Features: Two pages of illustrations of dozens of U.S. Navy, Army and Air Force badges of rank; Photo of the H.M.S. "Barham", lost in the Mediterranean on November 25, 1941; Photo of crashed 'Sunderland' aircraft and her crew who were taken prisoner by Italy when they drifted to shore; Maps and photos of Burma and Amboina; Photo of Dutch submarine bringing U-boat prisoners to a British port; Photo of Capitan-Lieut. Gert Schreiber, of the sunken "U-95" coming ashore from the Dutch submarine; Pearl Harbor burial scene in Nuuanu Cemetery; Photo of "Norness" sunk 60 miles off Long Island; Photos of Damaged enemy vehicles outside Bardia, and dug-outs for Officers; Six photos in the Western desert (in Africa) - captured Panzer Commander General Von Ravenstein, captured U-boat crew, Axis naval prisoners under Sikh guard, German anti-tank mines removed by South African Engineers; The Debate and Its Results - article with maps of the Donets Basin and Benghazi; Photos of twelve personalities of the week include Major Barbara Stimson, Lieut. Achsa Bean, Sir Edward Meyerstein, Pan-American Conference at Rio, Mr. Curtin meeting defense chiefs, Vidkun Quisling, Sir Cecil Graves, Mr. R.W. Foot, Manuel Quezon and General Douglas MacArthur; Two photos of Japan's Imperial Household Guards; Five photos of American 'White' trucks used to haul British tanks; Photo of scorched earth at what was a Malayan rubber plantation; Photos from Singapore and the Malay Peninsula; Centerfold relief map entitled "Singapore Island Besieged by Japan - from Johore to our beleaguered fortress in the far east; Two-page illustration of an American Infantry Unit in an Irish village; Two pages with eleven dramatic illustrations of the Battle of Macassar Strait - Japan's greatest naval defeat of the war; One-page illustration shows how the main tank force is screened and supported by other mechanised units; One-page illustration of the formation of a battle fleet steaming into action; Two photos and cross-section diagram of the Jet-propelled Caproni-Campini Aeroplane; Photo of ladies shredding confidential documents; Five great photos of an Australian crew manning a British 25-pound Howitzer; Vintage ads; Classy back cover colour ad for BSA features Robert Havell illustration of The Oxford and Opposition Coaches. This issue was never stapled. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this great wartime issue. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), December 13, 1952, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; Burton, Maurice
20 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; Burton, Maurice The Illustrated London News (ILN), December 13, 1952
England The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd. 1952 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Fraser, Eric; 
Pages 969-1012. Features: Great colour ad for Standard Triumph (cars) features Christmas church bell-ringers; Cover photo of the Queen with the leaders of the Commonwealth; Nice one-page Rolex ad features woodcut illustration of a gardener by Eric Fraser; Photo of the Scottish Court of Chivalry; Nice one-page photo of the summit of Everest 8,000 feet above the recent Swiss expedition, plus four other great half-page photos of the expedition; Interesting photos of the home fleet's arctic cruise - testing protective clothing in the far north; Two pages of photos of miniature Queens from the Lilian Lunn doll collection; National Service Under review; First stamps of Elizabeth's reign; The Duchess of Kent's return; Colour centerfold illustration of the historic gems now in the regalia of British sovereigns; Three colour-photos of the people and homes of the North Cameroons - the Fali, a mountain people who believe humans were first taught knowledge by a toad; Nice one-page series of illustrations show how diamonds are processed at a large Amsterdam works; Malayan Navy photos; photo of a German WWII two-man submarine with torpedoe still attached - found near Alkmaar, 20 miles from Amsterdam; Fresh masterpieces discovered in the palace of the Byzantine Emperors; Food, Bacteria and Farming; Two half-page photos illustrate the siege of Na-Sam, the fortified airstrip in northwest indo-china in which 10,000 to 15,000 French Union troops faced three communist divisions; Photos of personalities of the week, including figure skater Miss V. Osborn and Cicely Hamilton who passed away on December 6th; Photo of the Shah of Iran and Queen Soraya touring the Abadan refinery; Photo of Jomo Kenyatta at Kapenguria in handcuffs; Photo of the recent Swiss Everest team; Photo of the remains of the native township of Albertynsville, near Johannesburg; Photo of a huge underground nazi WWII petrol storage tank; Charming full-colour ad for Meltis' New Berry Fruits candies inside back cover; Nice colour Johnnie Walker ad on back cover features Christmas/New Year theme; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A quality vintage copy. 
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