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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
1 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 Saturday Evening Post, July 23, 1960 - Rock Hudson / Oral Polio Vaccine, Boles, Paul Darcy; Sturdy, John Rhodes; Temple, Willard; Knapp, Daniel; Frank, Pat; Martin, Pete; Wessel, Milton R.; Niebuhr, Reinhold; Kelland, C.B.; Gardner, E.S.; Et al
2 Boles, Paul Darcy; Sturdy, John Rhodes; Temple, Willard; Knapp, Daniel; Frank, Pat; Martin, Pete; Wessel, Milton R.; Niebuhr, Reinhold; Kelland, C.B.; Gardner, E.S.; Et al The Saturday Evening Post, July 23, 1960 - Rock Hudson / Oral Polio Vaccine
USA Curtis 1960 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Keighley, Larry (photography); Lewicki (cover); D'Andrea, Bernard; Borack, S.; Bomberger, Bruce 
92 pages. Short Stories: The Magic Lane; Captain Ashore; Girl in the Middle; The Boy and the Bear. Articles: Are We Safe From Our Own Bombs? - with amazing photo of downed C-124 Globemaster which crashed carrying three H-bombs, plus several other amazing crash photos; I Call on Rock Hudson - with nice color photos; How We Bagged the Mafia (conclusion); Oral Polio Vaccine - The Best Yet?; The Friendly Americans - Prakash C. Jain of India concludes we are very nice people; Adventures of the Mind - The Religious Traditions of Our Nation; The Face of America - Moving Day - great color photos of Mrs. Kathryn C. Sutton's home being moved from its original location in Bridgewater, PA; The Love Life of a Shy Bird - rare photo of a hen woodcock atop her egges. Serials: The Secret of Sidewinder Gulch (part 4 of 7); The Case of the Duplicate Daughter (conclusion). Ads: Hotpoint Fridges (inside front cover); Boeing 720; Acushnet Golf Balls; Firestone Tires; Bayer Aspirin; RCA Whirlpool Gass Appliances; Hamm's Beer; Morris 1000 car; 1960 Chevrolet Trucks - two-page color ad; Schlitz Beer - color centerfold; Shasta Soda; Two-page GM Diesel ad features great large photo of Euclid scraper at work; US Savings Bonds; B.F. Goodrich Tires - two color pages; Dial Soap; L&M Cigarettes (back cover). Above-average but not excessive wear. Some discoloration to back cover. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, January (Jan.) 4, 1947: Racial Minorities of Indochina, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al
3 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al The Illustrated London News, January (Jan.) 4, 1947: Racial Minorities of Indochina
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1947 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
32 pages. Features: Cover photo of miner at work 1000 yards below grade in the Milliard Seam at Snowden Colliery, in Kent; Amazing photo of crashed Dakota aircraft atop houses at South Ruislip; Five photos of Husky and Malemute dogs which will help Rear-Admiral Richard E. Byrd's new Antarctic expedition; Miracles of salvage in Italy - five photos of monuments rebuilt from fragments; Photos of brilliant results of Italian buildings and frescoes rebuilt after the war; Article entitled Some Service Landmarks of 1946, which includes two photos from troubled Jerusalem; Six photos of an Allied forces horse race held at Okayama, Japan; Five photos of King Michael of Rumania; Three large photos illustrate the huge Abadan oil refinery and the countryside pipelines which feed it; Photo of heroic Rome fruit vendor Domenico Ferri who caught baby Pier Carlo who had fallen from 6th floor window; Photos of the crash of Trans-World Airlines (TWA) Constellation Star of Cairo, near Shannon Airport; Photos of terrible tsunami damage at Tanabe, Japan and Shinghu, Japan; Two pages of great photos illustrate radio-controlled (RC) model car racing - America's fourth most popular sport; One page photo of the Alizes on the high trapeze under the big top; Photos of personalities of the week include Lieut. Gen. Sir Leslie Hollis, Lieut. Gen. Sir J. Crocker, Lord Russell of Killowen, Harold McKenna, Prof. Paul Langevin, Prof. Hartridge, W. C. Fields, Sir Victor Mallett, the victorious United States Davis cup team, and Lord Normanand; Two photos of L. F. Lawes and his model glider fitted with a small camera to be used for photographic reconnaissance; Wonderful full-page photo of postal workers coping with a mountain of packages at Mount Pleasant; Two pages of fascinating photos of the racial minorities of Indochina, as yet undisturbed by Vietnam claims. Unmarked with average wear. Advertising front cover taped in place, otherwise a sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, Saturday, June 4, 1949: Scenes in Little Known Afghanistan, Bryant, Arthur; Trewin, J.C.; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al
4 Bryant, Arthur; Trewin, J.C.; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al The Illustrated London News, Saturday, June 4, 1949: Scenes in Little Known Afghanistan
London The Illustrated London News 1949 B014E19KI8 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Pages 757 - 792. Features: Cover photo of Princess Elizabeth unveiling panels added to the Royal Artillery Memorial to commemorate gunners killed in the war 1939-1945; Page of photos illustrates the revival of an ancient English craft neglected since the middle ages - mead-making in Cornwall; Photo of Miss Anne Crawford naming "The Capitals Limited" train; The Gen. Assembly of the Church of Scotland - The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester in Edinburgh; Photos of South Africans playing Jukskei; Review of "Burma's Icy Mountains" by F. Kingdon-Ward; Royal scenes of Ulster welcoming the Princess and the Duke of Edinburgh; Photos of captured Russian train in Berlin; Personalities of the week include Sir Cyril Radcliffe, Lord Greene, Mr. John McCloy, Lord Hazlerigg, Gen. J Lawton Collins, Mr. David Bruce, the Earl of Strathmore, Gen. S.H. Van Spoor, Gen. Shanker Shumshere Jung Bahadur Rana, Mr. S.M. McCready, Queen Mary, Miss Frances Stevens, Michael Wilding, Anna Neagle, Herbert Wilcox, Lord Leverhulme, Miss Jane Wyman, and Sir Lawrence Olivier; Greece and the Russian Plan - article by Cyril Falls; Photos of bandits being hunted in the mountains of Sicily; Photos of Royal occasions in London and Venice; Photos of the Chelsea Garden Show; One-page photo illustrates sailing race in King's Reach taking place in the heart of London for the first time in more than 100 years; Two pages of photos illustrate life in the little-known mountain kingdom of Afghanistan, including photo of the reigning King, H. M. Mohammed Zahir Shah; Photo of Field Marshal von Rundstedt who was released from military custody at Hamburg on May 26; Photo of Gerhard Eisler going free - the German born communist leaves Bow Street Police Station after the US application for his extradition failed; Photo of the West German Republic being signed into being; Photo of "unbeatable" machine which plays X's and O's; Article on the oldest skull yet found in France - a discovery which revises theories of human evolution; How Prof. Dorothy Garrod found the Fontechevade skull; Lovely one-page colour ad for Robinson's Lemon Barley Water; Nice colour ad for Imperial Leather Cologne on back cover. Complete and unmarked with moderate wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, March (Mar.) 10, 1934: Canada's Mount Waddington, Chesterton, G. K.; Et al
5 Chesterton, G. K.; Et al The Illustrated London News, March (Mar.) 10, 1934: Canada's Mount Waddington
London The Illustrated London News 1934 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Blampied, Edmund 
Pages 341-384. Features: nice ad for the Sporting and Dramatic News inside front cover; Cover photo of Canada's loftiest peak, the unconquered summit of Mount Waddington, plu two pages of text and photos showing a climbing party on the treacherous mountain; Photo of bizarre sea creature washed up at Querqueville, near Cherbourg - probably the remains of a basking shark; Two pages of detailed illustrations explaining drought and its dangers in rural England, plus schemes for alleviating water famine; Photo-illustrated book review of "Secrets of the Red Sea", by Henry de Manfreid; Photos and text describe jewelry of a Byzantine-Nubian Queen - more treasures from a mysterious Egyptian cemetery; Photo-illustrated article on an expedition to Cocos Island in search of long-buried pirate treasure with gold and silver indicating instruments; 12 photos illustrate life in the Saar, a district to choose by plebiscite government by Germany, France or the League; Two full-page photos of vast flocks of ducks at the unique Open Lake Sanctuary in Arkansas, plus photos of Mr. George S. Wilcox who protects the ducks; Photos of personalities of the week include the commission of government inaugurated in Newfoundland, Sir James Jeans, Sir H. G. Lyons, Madame Stavisky, the archduke Otto and ex-Empress Zita; the Queen of Siam and H. W. Austin in the Monte Carlo lawn tennis handicap; Acquitted Reichstag fire trial prisoners released and welcomed in Moscow include Mr. Popoff, Dimitroff and Taneff, Norman O'Neill, John Dillinger, Prof. S. F. Oldenburg, and Princess Irina Youssoupoff, who was awarded damages in the "Rasputin" film libel action; Centrefold photos of Prince George's 4000 mile tour in South Africa; Photo of the outdoor construction of Imperial Airways liner "Scylla" (too large for a hangar); Photo of stowaways John Pitzer and Arthur Martin afloat in the Gulf of Mexico; Photo of huge crowd in Trafalgar Square gathered to hear speeches about the unemployment bill; Photos of low British reservoirs; Photo of zeppelin "LZ 129" under construction; Photos of destroyed buildings in Kalgoorlie, Australia after anti-foreigner riots; Article and three photos describe sinking of the "Cheliuskin" near Wrangell Island; Photos of archaic Chinese jade in perfection - finds in the Lo-Yang tombs; Two pages of text and photos describe discoveries which "surpass anything yet known of archaic Chinese jade"; One-page ad for the new Ford Fourteen car; Half-page ad for the Crossley two-litre car; Half-page ad for the Armstrong Siddeley Twenty car; Half-page Rover car ad; Nice half-page Bentley car ad; Back cover ad for Douglas Stuart; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Vauxhall Motorist (Magazine), June 1963, Conway, Paul; Ellis, H.F.; Brinton, Alan; Ungar, Paul E.; Lewis, Ronald; Greenbank, Anthony
6 Conway, Paul; Ellis, H.F.; Brinton, Alan; Ungar, Paul E.; Lewis, Ronald; Greenbank, Anthony The Vauxhall Motorist (Magazine), June 1963
U.K. Vauxhall Motors Ltd. 1963 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Pages 89-136. Features: Photos of accessories for your Vauxhall; Converting Britain's Railways into Roads? - interesting article; Vauxhall's Policy of Expansion - a brief picture report of the growth of the new Ellesmere Port Factory; Scramble - Article and great photos of the early days of the sport which had not yet been named Motocross; You Could Hear a Feather Fall - article and photos of General Motors' search for still greater silence and smoothness in motor vehicles; The Mobil (Fuel) Economy Run - photos of cars which attained in the 30-40 mpg range; Thoughts about car telephone systems; Alan Brinton's View; Testing the vision of drivers; Hasta la vista - a trip to Spain - article with photos; Test of the VX 4/90 - detailed article with photos; Keep that gear change clean and slick; Legal article; Readers' letters; Velox ad inside back cover; Many pages of great vintage ads. Unmarked. Somewhat above-average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, August 12, 1945 - Aerial Cover Photo of Massive Explosion on Honshu, Davis, Harry; Evans, Trevor; Kilgore, Harley; Peffer, N.; Et al
7 Davis, Harry; Evans, Trevor; Kilgore, Harley; Peffer, N.; Et al The New York Times Magazine, August 12, 1945 - Aerial Cover Photo of Massive Explosion on Honshu
USA The New York Times 1945 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
48 pages. Features: Rheingold lager beer ad features color photos of Jean Welch, Jill Darnley, Maggie Long, Helen Riickert, Dorothy Hart and Rita Daigle, the Miss Rheingold 1946 candidates; Illustrated ad for the Fairchild "Flying Boxcar"; We Enter the Atomic Age - the momentous story of the atom whose energy science has now unleashed; Two pages of fantastic photos illustrating the dramatic story of the atom - from radium to the atomic bomb, including the Curies, Einstein, Niels Bohr, Dr. E.O. Lawrence with a cyclotron, and the great factory at Oak Ridge, TN; Ernest Bevin - a new kind of statesman; When do we abolish (wartime) business controls: Germany is Not Yet Defeated - Senator Harley M. Kilgore argues her industrial power must be destroyed; China - Unless we preserve her full integrity we shall face still another war - Nathaniel Peffer's formula for peace in the Far East; One-page ad for Drene shampoo features three color photos of beautiful Bettina Bolegard, New York fashion model; Veterans storm the academic beachhead; Our music-loving Presidents; Benjamin ('Ben') Victor Cohen is expected to be a bridge from the President to Byrnes and Vinson; Jones & Laughline Steel ad includes sketches of Donald Gortner and Ralph Ardary; Vice Admiral Ben Moreell of the Seabees looks forward to moving his bulldozers into Japan; Boom in New Yorkers studying foreign languages; Interesting half-page ad for The American Mercury features heading "Can We Do Business With Stalin", with illustration of Stalin; Nice one-page Chicken of the Sea and White Star tuna ad; Two pages of photos of ladies in fashionable coats; and more. Average external soiling and wear. Unmarked. Opening to central portion of front cover mended with archival tape. Moderate age-toning to paper. A sound copy of this vintage WWII issue. 
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The New York Times Magazine, June 6, 1971 -  Organic Farming Cover Photo / Feature Article on J.I. Rodale, Davis, Melton S.; Jahn, Mike; Greene, Wade; Beichman, Arnold; Furlong, William Barry; Halle, Louis J.; Peterson, P.; Homan, W.E.; Skurka, N.
8 Davis, Melton S.; Jahn, Mike; Greene, Wade; Beichman, Arnold; Furlong, William Barry; Halle, Louis J.; Peterson, P.; Homan, W.E.; Skurka, N. The New York Times Magazine, June 6, 1971 - Organic Farming Cover Photo / Feature Article on J.I. Rodale
New York The New York Times 1971 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Chalkin, Dennis (cover); Rastelli, Vittoriano; Tames, George; Chalkin, Dennis; Perl, Susan; Gersten, Gerry; Aller, Bill; Gross, Michael; Kantor, Tim 
132 pages. Features: Beautiful color fashion ads; Giorgio Almirante is no Mussolini Yet; If You Think It's Groovy To Rap, You're Shucking - article on new vocabulary of the day; J.I. Rodale - Guru of the Organic Food Cult - photo-illustrated article; Six 'Big Lies" About America - featuring one-page illustration of the Statue of Liberty with a Hitlerian face, swastikas around her crown and a grenade in her raised hand; The Party's Over for the Class of '71 - a report from the University of Chicago suggests the nation's June graduates are facing some sobering facts of life; After Vietnam - Another Witch Hunt? - in the aftermath of the Mylai massacre, William Calley and his Captain Medina; Nice color Seiko watch ad; Interesting one-page color-photo ad for Amelia Earhart luggage features nude model; Nice Tissot watch ad; Mother's Milk or Another Milk?; Fantastic one-page color comic-style Dannon Yogurt ad entitled "Fight Fat"; Nice color ad for Louis Sherry ice cream; Photos of the summer cottage of New York Lawyer Lee Eastman; Two-page ad by the Judaic Heritage Society presents "The Medallic History of the Jews of America"; Friendship Dairy Products ad for their Cottage Cheese; Pennsylvania ad features photo of Amish horse and covered wagon. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this vintage issue. 
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Maclean's Magazine, 5 November 1966 *Frank Sinatra Cover Photo*, Foster, Pam Hyatt; Locke, Jeannine; Fraser, Blair; Edmonds, Alan; Carr, Emily; Frayne, Trent; Carroll, Joy; Kieran, Sheila H.; Robert, Marika; et al
9 Foster, Pam Hyatt; Locke, Jeannine; Fraser, Blair; Edmonds, Alan; Carr, Emily; Frayne, Trent; Carroll, Joy; Kieran, Sheila H.; Robert, Marika; et al Maclean's Magazine, 5 November 1966 *Frank Sinatra Cover Photo*
Toronto Maclean Hunter 1966 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
68 pages. Features and articles include: How Regina's Courts Favoured Segregation - Ingrid Bintner can't enroll in a local public school because she's a Roman Catholic; How LSD Saved My Marriage, by Pam Hyatt Foster; The Hawks lost, but Rhodesia may yet defeat the Doves - Canada rescued the Commonwealth - but was it worth the trouble?; How Canadian wonder boy, film director Sidney Furie, "tamed" Frank Sinatra; The Private World of Emily Carr; Montreal Canadiens' goalie Gump (Lorne) Worsley - The Has-been who doesn't know enough to stop being better than anybody - with photos; The House that Wouldn't Stop - Joy Carroll on her family home which began as a modest east-end Toronto summer cottage and ended as a 13-room townhouse - with photos; Peggy Ann Walpole of Toronto's 'Street Haven' helps prostitutes, lesbians, and junkies; How to be a girl alone and see the world, by globe-trotter Marika Robert; Absolutely BEAUTIFUL two-page colour photo featuring a red Buick Wildcat Sport Coupe; Gerald Stevens' Canadiana column; Colour Panasonic TV ad - looks very dated!; Colour photo Ford Auto centerfold which includes a white 1967 Mustang 2+2 Fastback; Postscript to Death in the Arctic - L.A. Learmonth replies to Farley Mowat's coverage of the death of Eskimo Soosee in the July 2/1966 issue of Maclean's; Two-page colour photo ad for 1967 Chevrolet featuring the 1967 Impala Sport Coupe; Rabbi Abraham L. Feinberg argues that Johnson's Vietnam war makes civil disobedience an unavoidable duty. Average wear. Address label on front cover. Binding intact. A sound copy. 
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Radio Craft, and Popular Electronics, Incorporating Short Wave Craft, Television News, Radio and Television, July 1945, Volume XVI, No. 10 - Alex Schomburg Cover Art, Gernsback, H.; Lewis, R.; Schwab, L.Jr.; Queen, I.; Thomas, E.; Carlson, O.; Kearney, J.; Hoefler, D.; Altomare, R.; Hagen, L.; King, J.; Alben, M.; Melvin, B.; Embree, B.; Davis, F.; Bohr, E.Rhita, N.; et al
10 Gernsback, H.; Lewis, R.; Schwab, L.Jr.; Queen, I.; Thomas, E.; Carlson, O.; Kearney, J.; Hoefler, D.; Altomare, R.; Hagen, L.; King, J.; Alben, M.; Melvin, B.; Embree, B.; Davis, F.; Bohr, E.Rhita, N.; et al Radio Craft, and Popular Electronics, Incorporating Short Wave Craft, Television News, Radio and Television, July 1945, Volume XVI, No. 10 - Alex Schomburg Cover Art
Springfield MA, USA Radcraft Publications Inc. 1945 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Schomburg, Alex (cover) 
Pages 539-610. Features: Cover art by Alex Schomburg supports the 7th War loan to 'finish the Nips'; Prescient Editorial entitled "Radio-Light' says "We are still at thevery beginning of the radio and electronic arts. The greatest and undreamt of applications lie as yet in the future. There is sttill much unknown territory in the electromagnetic spectrum which holds out great promist."; Air Radio Mechanic - a great career opportunity;; Television and the Amateur; No Selectivity in This Radio - the Panoramoscope; Motorola Handie-Talkie; "Photopulse"; FM U.H.F. Converter for Pre-War Radios; Cathode-Ray Photo Tests; Handie and Walkie Combat Portables; Tuning on the U.H.F.; Cathode Followers; Disc-Seal Tubes; Broadcast Equipment, Part IX; An Electronic "Omnichecker," Part I; Condensers; Re-activator Saves Tubes; Non-Priority Code Recorder; 32-Volt Receiver for Small Plants; Fixed -Bias Voltage Supply; Carry-Around Receiver; Cylinders for Better Sound. Nice one-page Echophone ad features illustration of scantily-clad young lady; One-page Radio Corporation of America (RCA) ad includes inset photo of Dr. V.K. Zworykin and E.W. Engstrom examining an Iconoscope or television "eye"; Photo-illustrated Meissner Manufacturing ad says "There' no let down in Mt. Carmel (Illinois); Interference-free Fluorescent Installation at World Broadcasting System studio in New York; Great photo-illustrated letter from George Coffee of Providence, R.I. shows his wife using a Talkie-Backie (car phone). Nice photo-illustrated ad on back cover for Galvin Manufacturing illustrates California's use of Motorola Radiotelephone F-M (FM) units and Motorola Radio automatic relay stations by the California Highway Patrol. Average wear. Writing atop front cover. World-Wide Station list has been clipped from page 570 and is not included. 1/4 of page 601 has been removed, otherwise a worthy vintage copy. 
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Maclean's - Canada's Newsmagazine, April (Apr.) 23, 1979 - Ed Broadbent Cover, Jackson, Marni; Hutchinson, Peter; et al
11 Jackson, Marni; Hutchinson, Peter; et al Maclean's - Canada's Newsmagazine, April (Apr.) 23, 1979 - Ed Broadbent Cover
Toronto Maclean-Hunter Limited 1979 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
68 pages. Features: Film-Maker Robert Altman; Two-page color-photo ad for the Volkswagen Rabbit features Mr. Leslie T. Cho-Chu and family of Agincourt, Ontario; Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP Foundation) ad; Norman Bethune - Not Yet Ready for Prime Time; Two-page color-photo ad for the Honda Accords (2- and 4-door); The Sheik of Massawippi - Saad Gabr of North Hatley, Qubec; Election coverage of Joe Clark vs. Pierre Trudeau; Federal election race in Atlantic Canada, where bread and butter count; Lie Detectors used in employment screening; Bone marrow transplant between twin brothers Barry and Gary Armstrong of Chipman, New Brunswick; Ed Broadbent - The Third Man; NDP - the party that rose from the dust - with nice photo of CCFers in 1933; Idi Amin looses power in Uganda; Violence in Nicaragua; Warfare inside the Teamsters union; Actor John Voight; Jake Moore of Brascan attempts to buy F.W. Woolworth Co.; Guitar Manufacturer Normand Boucher of La Patrie, Quebec; Archaeology article re: Old Crow; Overuse and Abuse stalk Lake Louise - "The Coney Island of the Rockies"; Childhood Leukemia - stalemate in a long war - article with photo of Carol and Becki Scott; Musician Murray McLauchlan; Michael Ondaatje - "Home is Where the Hurt Is"; and more. Average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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Excellence - The Magazine About Porsche, November (Nov.) 2010 - GT3 R Hybrid Driven, Multiple Contributors
12 Multiple Contributors Excellence - The Magazine About Porsche, November (Nov.) 2010 - GT3 R Hybrid Driven
USA Ross Periodicals, Inc. 2010 B008NAW0RA First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
160 pages. Features: Special road test with Porsche's Patrick Long; Can Porsche fight off the pack in ALMS GT competiton?; The last Glockler - driving the final Porsche special from Frankfurt; Pikes Peak 2010; The first 914-6 - the earliest production model, 40 years later; GT3 R Hybrid driven - behind the wheel of the cleverest 911 yet; 911 shape shifter; Keil-Porsche - the groundbreaking sports racer you've never heard of; Spec Boxster - testing a pro-built racer and a stocker, back-to-back; Cayenne S Hybrid - Porsche's first production gas-electric tested; Targa California Rally; Porsche electrical systems, part two; and more. Clean, bright and unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy. 
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Maclean's Magazine, 15 September, 1956 *ROBERT FOWLER AND HIS T.V. ROYAL COMMISSION*, Multiple Contributors
13 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, 15 September, 1956 *ROBERT FOWLER AND HIS T.V. ROYAL COMMISSION*
Canada Maclean's Magazine 1956 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: What will Robert Fowler say about TV? - a report on the head of the Royal Commission on Broadcasting and what he's likely to suggest; Karsh visits Hollywood; How Harry Orchard murdered twenty men - a Maclean's flashback in two parts; Why we're getting more disastrous hurricanes; The secret war of Charles Goodeve (conclusion - The weapons of tomorrow) - the Panjandrum, the Alligator, and Lily the floating airport... these revolutionary inventions created under the guidance of a little-known Canadian have yet to be tested in combat; The life and death mystery of our liver; Frank Merrill's winning way with horses; She didn't care what people thought - fiction by Ronald R. Smith; Does more money than brains go to collete? - Dr. Sidney Smith; Ross Thatcher's glum conversion; My most memorable meal - Maj.-Gen. J.M. Rockingham. Somewhat above-average wear. Small chunk missing from front cover which bears two closed tears ***PLEASE NOTE*** pages 15-20 are missing. They contained the Karsh story plus the first page of the Harry Orchard story. Two-page Chysler ad for PowerFlite pushbutton automatic transmission (missing 3"x 2" chunk from upper left corner. Cartoon clipped from page 82 has removed part of the Harry Orchard story. 
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Maclean's Magazine, 4 October 2004 - Bill O'Reilly Cover, Multiple Contributors
14 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, 4 October 2004 - Bill O'Reilly Cover
Canada Maclean Hunter 2004 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
60 pages. Features: Fox News Coming to Canada?; Calm before the storm for the federal Liberal Party; The Fourth Major Storm was the worst yet; Canadian mall kings have Megamall plan for Las Vegas; Politicians are failing special-needs children; Canadian paralympians head for the podium; How an attack on a black American footballer made a CFL legend - Johnny Bright; Wayson Choy and Richard Wright lead the fiction list; New tales by Alice Munro; Janina Fialkowska is back onstage. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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Maclean's Magazine, May 16, 1965 - Rene Levesque on Cover, Multiple Contributors
15 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, May 16, 1965 - Rene Levesque on Cover
Canada Maclean's Magazine 1965 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: News piece on furor over new Social Insurance (SIN) numbers; The Battle of Nouveau Quebec - how the territorial ambitions of Rene Levesque may yet bring down our government; Can these men really figure out Canada? - the intricacies of the biggest royal commission ever, the Dunton-Laurendeau Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism; How K.C. Irving wields his power - concluding a three part series on the complex man who dominates New Brunswick; The Great Money Panic of 1963 - a recreation of the four days when Canadians learned who really runs the economy (a fascinating and little-known story); The Greatest Canadian-bred ever - how Northern Dancer, 'overpriced at $25k' earned his first quarter million; How Kahn-Tineta Horn became an Indian - a young native who has grown proud of his race; The Bachelor Party Circuit - a pretty girl (Marika Robert) describes her holiday in Jamaica with everything.. but bachelors; When Mounties were imported - a retired RCMP senior officer recalls colleagues like the Honourable Eustace; W.O Mitchell claims all westerners are snobs. Nice colour ad for the 1964 Chevrolet Impala Sport Sedan. Average wear and soiling. 
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Newsweek Magazine, May 22, 1944 *THE WAR IN ITALY*, Multiple Contributors
16 Multiple Contributors Newsweek Magazine, May 22, 1944 *THE WAR IN ITALY*
USA Newsweek 1944 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Contents: Cover illustration of a Long Tom (155 mm) gun firing in Italy; Oldsmobile/GM color ad inside front cover features insigne of the 339th fighter squadron Army Air Forces; GM Diesel Power color ad showing excavating equipment in action; First Act of Invasion Drama - attack on Nazi's Gustav Line - Allies strike hard in Italy following regrouping of Forces - Japs follow suit in China; Air cooperation with ground forces still a problem for invasion command; Sevastopol Rises - smashing 3-day assault brings proudest victory since Stalingrad; Interesting list of fines posted near the front line in Italy (place name deleted by censor); Report on Italy - Our First Continental Invasion - Seven Bloody Months of Fighting; Priest Orlemanski's mission to Moscow ends in suspension from Holy duties - his "treating" with Stalin brings disciplinary action amid Polish-Russian Quarrel; Dramatic photos of Herman Wallenda and a stunt gone wrong at Madison Square Garden - with no net below him!; De Soto Transportation ad - shows cars and planes; Poll-Tax Filibuster; Cold-blooded Ethyl ad shows a sneering airman painting another Jap kill onto his aircraft; PCA Airline ad; Bonds to Battleships - James V. Forrestal; Allies touch up last plans for rule of liberated Europe - but Russia does not yet see eye to eye with U.S. and Britain on Handling of Nazis and Poles; Firestone color centerfold ad; Drama in Stokholm - Allied agents Force SKF to decide on ball bearings vital to the Nazis; Photos of Doukhobors partially disrobed in a Vancouver, B.C. courtroom; El Salvador rebels flock back home as Menendez takes over Presidency; Montgomery-Ward employees celebrate their CIO union's election victory; Rocket to the moon - Willie Ley says it is possible; Budd Manufacturing color ad; Old Overholt whiskey color ad. Moderate wear. Address label atop front cover. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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Popular Mechanics, April 1970, Multiple Contributors
17 Multiple Contributors Popular Mechanics, April 1970
USA Hearst 1970 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Features: General Electric's fantastic new electric garden tractor; Detroit claims vs. Union Oil tests; Driving the Gremlin - Detroit's first VW-size car; Best car lock yet; new low-smog gasoline; Apollo's fearless fireman; New electric mowers; Dan Gurney's Column; and more. Average wear. Sound copy. 
Price: 49.95 USD
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SHOOT! Soccer/Football Magazine, 25 October 1969 *STOKE CITY IN FULL COLOUR*, Multiple Contributors
18 Multiple Contributors SHOOT! Soccer/Football Magazine, 25 October 1969 *STOKE CITY IN FULL COLOUR*
London IPC Magazines 1969 First Edition Paperback Very Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Cover photo of Jeff Astle and John Hurst; Bobby Moore writes - 'West Ham will never become a defensive team'; b/w photo of Peter Bonetti (Chelsea and England); The Leeds leader who hates to lose - Billy Bremner; Colour photos of Keith Newton (Blackburn) and Mike Bailey (Wolves); Bright, Brighter, Brighton; Soccer's 9 quid per minute men! - George Best, Johnny Hayes; Great colour centerfold photo of Stoke City - Pride of the Potteries; Focus on Tom Smith (Liverpool); Colour photos of Jim Bone, Jim Forrest and Stan Ternent; David Webb - Chelsea's loyal defender; Joe Royle - Man. United fan - yet he scores goals for Everton; Great black and white photo of Peter Mellor making a save on Alan Hinton; The Crushing defeats that brought England the World Cup!; Colour photo of Tommy Carroll (Ipswitch Town) on back cover; and more. Unmarked. Modest wear. A quality copy. 
Price: 149.95 USD
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The Saturday Evening Post, March 31, 1962 *PHYLLIS DILLER / KENNEDY'S GRAND STRATEGY*, Multiple Contributors
19 Multiple Contributors The Saturday Evening Post, March 31, 1962 *PHYLLIS DILLER / KENNEDY'S GRAND STRATEGY*
USA Curtis 1962 First Edition Paperback Fair Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: The case against fallout shelters, by Hanson W. Baldwin; Kennedy's Grand Strategy - how we can counter Russian aggression, yet avoid nuclear war; People on the way up - Barbara Dodd, Frederic Chapin, James Messler - the Star Farmer of America, Geraldine Pearson; Hell Creek Crossing - a story excerpted from the newest work of William Faulkner; Phyllis Diller - the unlikeliest star (funny!); Where are those dream cars? - a car that drives itself, uses no gas and runs without wheels is more than idle speculation (conclusion); Holidays at Sea - cruisemaster Mike Burke runs a profitable fleet of pleasure boats; Why do they call my husband crazy? - Jim Piersall's wife tells of her husband's illness - and recovery; Krishna Menon - the Wasp of New Delhi - India's left-leaning chief delegate to the UN - terrible-tempered, anti-American and prime planner of the Goa invasion. Front cover loose but present, otherwise average wear. 
Price: 149.95 USD
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The Saturday Evening Post, October 6, 1962  *POPE JOHN XXIII*, Multiple Contributors
20 Multiple Contributors The Saturday Evening Post, October 6, 1962 *POPE JOHN XXIII*
USA Curtis 1962 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: Let's stop Exalting Jerks - Marya Mannes suggests we knock our shabby idols off their pedestals; page 13/14 loose but present; The Genial Pope - John XXIII - busily making and breaking Church traditions - nice color photos; Struggle Inside the Supreme Court - gravely divided, yet exerting more influence on the country than ever, nine justices are near a showdown; Golden Voice of the Senate - Everett McKinley Dirksen dazzles Capital Hill with the elegance of his florid rhetoric and the flexibility of his political posture; Parents who Beat Children - a tragic increase in child abuse is prompting a hunt for ways to detect these sick adults; The Kind of Gal I Am (Part 2 of 3) - Rosalind Russell; Beautiful colour centerfold for the 1963 Pontiac Tempest; Nice color centerfold of the 1963 Mercury Comet; 3 nice color pages of 1963 Buick car ads; How to Succeed in Jail - status-seeking prisoners follow a code of morality which separates 'good thieves' from the bad; Cool Coach of the Horned Frogs - Abe Martin has made T.C.U. a football killer; My Bout with Gout - a baffling and chronic malady; Furious Foe of Traffic Jams - Henry Barnes is New York City's Traffic Commissioner. Average wear. A sound copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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