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Look Magazine, January (Jan.) 25, 1966 - How the Jews Changed Catholic Thinking, Kalkstein, Shawn; Roddy, Joseph; Ehrlich, Henry; et al
21 Kalkstein, Shawn; Roddy, Joseph; Ehrlich, Henry; et al Look Magazine, January (Jan.) 25, 1966 - How the Jews Changed Catholic Thinking
Des Moines, Iowa Cowles Communications Inc. 1966 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
102 pages. Cover photo of Nazi officer imposed over large swastika. Contents: Vietnam widow - Shirley Isaaacs of Phenix City, Alabama; America's Ten Outstanding Young Men of 1965 - Donald Dickinson Williams, Bill D. Moyers, Jerry Herman, Edward H. White II, Frederick P. Whiddon, Aurther Edward Turner, Fred R. Harris, Charles Conrad Jr., Frederick Rogers Adams Jr.; Nice two-page color-photo ad for the 1966 Ford Galaxie XL in Paris; Oklahoma's Education War - the lesson it can teach a nation; How the Jews Changed Catholic Thinking - "B'nai B'rith wanted the Catholics to delete all language from the Church services that could even seem anti-Semitic" - extensively documents organized Jewry's intensive effort which resulted in the Catholic Church watering down its position that Jews killed Jesus Christ; The Defeat of Hitler's Order - General Dietrich von Cholitz did not obey Hitler's order to burn Paris; Nice colour ad for the American Motors Rambler station wagon; Great colour centerfold ad for the 1966 Plymouth 2-door hardtop VIP (blue); The New Mexico - yesterday's tradition takes on today's tempo - Luis Barragan; Acapulco's Young Fashionables - colour photos of lovely Latinas; *Fantastic* two-page colour ad for the 1966 Dodge Charger, featuring a grey model with red interior; Shooting is the least important part of Basketball - John Wooden is now in his 17th season at UCLA; Nice colour photo 7up ad; Luxurious 1-page colour photo ad for the wide-track 1966 Pontiac; Debbie Watson (of the ABC-TV show Tammy) says she'll be dangerous at 20; Albert the Dalmation dog defies nature and flips for the dolphin way of life - with great photos; Johnny Carson, the Prince of Chitchat, is a Loner - with photos; Nice full-page colour ad for Philco colour televisions; Two-page colour photo ad features the safety features of 1966 General Motors cars; Lovely colour photo ad for the 1966 Oldsmobile Jetstar 88. Nice two-page colour photo ad for 1966 Chevrolet trucks features a rocky desert scene. Back cover features nice colour painting of a railworker in a Camel cigarette ad. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Address label upon front cover. A sound copy of this informative issue. 
Price: 395.00 USD
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The Dearborn Independent (Magazine) - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, January (Jan.) 15, 1927 - The Negro as the Lucky Child of Destiny, Karpinski, Louis C.; Miller, Bishop George A.; Diaz, The Rt. Rev. Pascual; Collins, Dr. Joseph; Boyer, Townsend; Asquith, Lady Cynthia; Jenks, Albert Ernest; Stearns, Myron M.; Walpole, Hugh; Calnon, William Lee
22 Karpinski, Louis C.; Miller, Bishop George A.; Diaz, The Rt. Rev. Pascual; Collins, Dr. Joseph; Boyer, Townsend; Asquith, Lady Cynthia; Jenks, Albert Ernest; Stearns, Myron M.; Walpole, Hugh; Calnon, William Lee The Dearborn Independent (Magazine) - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, January (Jan.) 15, 1927 - The Negro as the Lucky Child of Destiny
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1927 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Van Der Heyden, Gerald; Clarke, W.W.; Broecker, Richard; Harper, George; Flucke, Harold 
32 pages. Features: Belgium Tries to Get on her Feet - a 94 Million$ loan will cost her 226 Million?; What is the Matter with Mexico?; Facts, Not Words - article by the secretary of the Episcopal Committee of the Roman Catholic Church in Mexico; The Punishment of Sisyphus - is paralleled in that of a young man whose efforts get him nowhere; The Negro as the Lucky Child of Destiny; Any Mother to Any Daughter; Henry Ford's Page - what distinguishes false from true prophets; Editorials - the modern bucketeer (operator of a financial bucket shop), Cobb and Judge Landis and the baseball scandal, more light is needed on the Nicaraguan situation, Senator Capper and voter apathy; How Primitive was Prehistoric Man? - The Hunter; Man's Own Flat Wheels - part 2; The Garrulous Diplomatist; South Sea Island King (Tufele) of the Manua group of Islands - great photo-illustrated article; Training Junior For a Home - how the Children's Home Society give lonely little children a more congenial atmosphere; Chats with Office Callers - origin of Jewish names; Q & A; I Read in the Papers - the Hall-Mills case was 'dud', Barring the Garb of Old Gaul, Michigan's boundaries are divided, smoking suits for women; Briefly Told; Great winter sport photos inside back cover. Somewhat above-average wear. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Weekend Magazine, 27 April 1968 - Talk-In at York University, Klyn, Doyle; Forbes, Jonathyn; McKeown, Robert; Marjoribanks, Robert
23 Klyn, Doyle; Forbes, Jonathyn; McKeown, Robert; Marjoribanks, Robert Weekend Magazine, 27 April 1968 - Talk-In at York University
Toronto The Telegram 1968 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Whyte, Harold; Barrera, Gilbert 
32 pages. Features: York University study on Talking; Colour Photo Feature on Texan and Canadian Fashions; Galt MacDermot - this square-looking Canadia music writer has New York rocking with his wilid hippy show; Nice full-page colour photo for the Chevrolet Chevelle; The Wealthy Waifs of Rome - two adopted English children will inherit a Roman palace and one-tenth of Italy's land; FANTASTIC Chrysler centerfold features colour photos of thei Coronet Special, Dart Special, Barracuda Special, Satellite Special, Monaco Special, Polara 500 Special, Fury Special and Valiant Special; Winnipeg Mayor Steve Juba - article with photos; Neilson's chocolate bar ad; Scientist Brock Fenton Studies Bats - article with great colour photos; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Canadian Collector Magazine - July/August 1982, Vol. 17 No. 4 *SPECIAL ROM ISSUE*, Multiple Contributors
24 Multiple Contributors Canadian Collector Magazine - July/August 1982, Vol. 17 No. 4 *SPECIAL ROM ISSUE*
Toronto The Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society 1982 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
112 pages. Features: An Exciting New Era - Renovation and expansion highlight the Royal Ontario Museum's (ROM) seventieth anniversary; Royal Splendour - A Czarina's toilet service designed by Huguenot silversmiths; ROM's Canadiana Department houses treasures of our heritage; All done by committee - dedicated volunteers ply their needles in aid of the Textile Endowment Fund; Japanese Art in the Royal Ontario Museum; The Mohawks arrive at the Royal Ontario Museum; Roman Frescoes circa 325 A.D. discovered at an Egyptian oasis; 18th Century Porcelain in the ROM; Renovation and Construction of the ROM; Conservation of Chinese wall paintings reveals old techniques and employs modern methods; Wall relief fragment from an Egyptian tomb of the 15th century B.C.; Illicit trade in antiquities; Ancient Greek and Roman jewellery in the ROM; The Far Eastern Library - a treasure-house of books from the 1600s to the present; Chinese Lacquer; Fabric, Fashion, Folk Costume; Curator's choice of objects from the Islamic world; Artifacts from the Americas - 12,000 years of pre-history, high civilization and European exploration. Light wear. Quality copy. 
Price: 89.95 USD
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Esquire Magazine, March 1970 - Lee Marvin Cover - Evil Lurks in California, Multiple Contributors
25 Multiple Contributors Esquire Magazine, March 1970 - Lee Marvin Cover - Evil Lurks in California
USA Esquire, Inc. 1970 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
200 pages. Features: California Evil - Death is most attractive in Californai; Charlie Manson's Home on the Range; Photo of topless SharonTate hugging Roman Polanski; Princess Leda's Castle in the Air; The Art of Evil; Banality of the New Evil; The Style of Evil; Light in the Heart of Darkness; Our Country 'Tis of Thee, Land of Ecology - by Jon Margolis; Femina Sapiens, by George P. Elliott; They're Going to Fry Ahmed's Black Skinny Ass - a Cleveland story; The Great Western Bus Ride, by Jack Kerouac; This is How the Ride Ends, By Jack McClintock; Robinson Crusoe Liebowitz; The Drinking Habits of the Very Young; Hurray for Hats; The Greatest Writing Ever Wrote, by Ed McClanahan; Fashion Photos; Stacked Up Over Stornoway - phooey on the great age of popular travel; Morton Sobell - Slightly at Large; Many other great vintage photo ads. Average wear. A sound copy. 
Price: 299.95 USD
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Esquire Magazine, November 1970 - Lt. William L. Calley Jr. Cover Photo, Multiple Contributors
26 Multiple Contributors Esquire Magazine, November 1970 - Lt. William L. Calley Jr. Cover Photo
USA Esquire, Inc. 1970 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
236 pages. Features: The Confessions of First Lieutenant William J. Calley; The People Inside Peter Sellers; Kicking the Habit - Priests of the Roman Catholic Church reconsidering celibacy; Paranoia - story by Thomas Williams; The Sirhan B. Sirhan Literary Negotiations, Etc., Inc.; Oh! Hillard Elkins! - presenting the man who brought you Oh! Calcutta; Is it Too Late for you to be Pals with a Black Panther?; Saturday at Lee ----ing Marvin's; Short Visits with Five Writers and One Friend - Russell Edson, James Purdy, Grace Paley, J.B. Singer, Frank Conroy, and friend Maurice; Photo-illustrated skiing article; Cappital Punishment - or, whompin' hippies, Dogpatch style; The Soul of the Navajo ; Great 2-page color photo ad for three Mustang car models; Color photo ad for Lincoln Continental cars; Dozens of other fantastic vintage ads - many with color photography; Average wear. Unmarked. Top third of page 105/106 missing, affecting an ad and a minor portion of an article about wine. Quarter of page 209/210 missing, affecting portion of the Sirhan Sirhan article and a credit card ad. Covers beginning to separate front textblock, otherwise a worthy copy of this great vintage issue. 
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Harper's Bazar (Bazaar), September 24, 1870 - A Repository of Fashion, Pleasure, and Instruction, Multiple Contributors
27 Multiple Contributors Harper's Bazar (Bazaar), September 24, 1870 - A Repository of Fashion, Pleasure, and Instruction
New York Harper & Brothers 1870 First Edition Paperback Good Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall 
16 pages. Contents: Walking dress with guipure lace trimming - front and back illustrations; How the Age Affects Us; New York Fashions - woolen goods; cashmere twills; serge; repped goods; alpacas, mohairs, ladies' cloth, new water-proof clothes, cloakings, fleece-lined piques, corsets and bustles, kid gloves; Personal; Crochet corsets for girl from 8 to 10 years old; Red and white cloth lamp mat; Embroidered foot-stool; crochet purse; section of cravat; Japanese girls; Quality Hill; Pickles; The Honey-Moon; Sayings and Doings; Doing Nothing; Black tulle cravat bow trimmed with lace; Ecru organdy garden hat; Dress with high waist and ruche trimming - front and back; The roman Girl of the Period; Embroidered cashmere tunic and sack - front and back; The Cryptogram - continued; 6"x7" clipping from page 619; full page illustration "The Last Day of the Condemned" shows may about to be taken to death; humor; and more. Average wear. 
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Maclean's Magazine, 20 August, 1966 *THE LOOK, AND HOW IT'S HITTING MAIN STREET*, Multiple Contributors
28 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, 20 August, 1966 *THE LOOK, AND HOW IT'S HITTING MAIN STREET*
Toronto Maclean-Hunter Limited 1966 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Admiral Landymore mistimed his attack; Charlais - a vintage kine for our tables; The Great Beer Scare - the inside story which caused Dow to tump $600,000 of beer after 50 people were suddenly stricken with a strange illness - article with photos; Suddenly Canadian kids turn to "The Look" in their desire to appear foppish - article with great colour photos plus a black and white photo of the highest-paid model in the world, Jean Shrimpton, as seen by photographer David Bailey; Are they going to throw this town away? - Happy Valley in Labrador may be lost if the local U.S. Air Force Base leaves; A nondescript little man named Richard J. Needham is the expert nonpareil; Pope John XXIII started the thaw - and the Roman Catholic Church hasn't been the same since, by June Callwood; Is John McMaster the happiest man in the world? - he's a "clear", one of the saints of a new cult called Scientology; Gerald Stevens on Canadiana; The Polish Don Quixote who came charging into Canada - Nils Szoltevcky von Schoultz; Barbara Amiel argues for the return of Debtor' Prisons; and more. Average wear. A sound copy. 
Price: 249.95 USD
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Maclean's Magazine, October 19, 2009 *Stephen Harper's Musical Debut*, Multiple Contributors
29 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, October 19, 2009 *Stephen Harper's Musical Debut*
Canada Maclean Hunter 2009 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
130 pages. Features: Why Roman Polanski Belongs in Prison; Super 2-page ad for the Chevrolet Camaro; A New Turn in our Afghan Strategy; Gene Simmons in conversation; Obama's man in Ottawa - David Jacobson; Stephen Harper on the Beatles, stage fright and his musical debut - with Abbey Road photo of the Harper Family; The Real Problem In Iran - it's not Ahmadinejad's nuclear capability; Conservative pundits have a hate on for Chicago; The world's seven richest nations and their meeting which brought the global economy back from the brink - major study with coverage of the 2008 crash; The Truth About Canwest's Collapse; Canada's top 100 Employers; The challenge for employers to retain the best and brightest; Can the private sector compete for employees?; New findings on redheads; Mark Steyn on Free Speech, and what Ignatieff can't say now; In Memoriam - Michael Mariak Jok. Average wear. A sound copy. 
Price: 39.95 USD
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Newsweek Magazine, November 8, 1937, Multiple Contributors
30 Multiple Contributors Newsweek Magazine, November 8, 1937
Dayton, Ohio, USA Weekly Publications, Inc. 1937 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
44 pages. Contents: Empty Victories for Japan, Vague Hopes for 9-Power Pact: Orderly Retreat Thwarts the Conquerors at Shanghai; Collective Bargainers Fail to Strike a Bargain: Voices From the Ranks Plead for Labor Peace; 'Mutiny': (S.S.) Algic's Troubles Show Union Strength and Weakness; Treasury's Lady: The Assistant Secretary (Josephine Roche) Goes Back to the Mines; G.O.P. Travail: Party Applauds and Regrets Hoover's Speech; Big Navy: Big Ships, Big Guns, Big Money on the Seas; (Francisco) Franco Prepares to Use Roman Design for Victory: Pirates and Sheiks Act, Diplomats Continue Haggling; Resignation: Wizard of Reich Finance (Dr. Hjalmar Horace Greeley Schacht) Finally Tires of Nazi Miracles; Roman Holiday: The Duce (Benito Mussolini) Marks Anno XV by Recalling (Vittorio Cerruti) Paris Ambassador; Dog Fight: Bulldog (Andre Tardieu) and Fox Terrier (Francois de la Rocque) of French Politics Mix It Up; Twain as a Menace: Brazil Gestapo Indicts Tom Sawyer as a Red; John (Moore) Montague, Mystery Golfer, Adds Another Score to His Record; Radio Gore Criticized for Making Children's Hour a Pause That Depresses; The Oldest Phonograph Record Played, Then Displayed in Washington; The Networks Present More and Better Unsponsored Programs; (Karl) Capek Shows That, as Far as Man Is Concerned, No Newts Is Good Newts; Albert Halper Continues His Autobiography in His New Novel; Book Review: "Great Contemporaries: by Winston Churchill; Authorities Take Issue as to Whether Candid Cameras Are Too Candid; Spotlight Focused on Cancer at Surgeons' Meeting in Chicago; Diabetes and Birth Discussed at Rochester; Observers Debate Whether New Deal Is About-Facing: Declining Trade Causes Demand for Change in Policy; Third-Quarter Earnings Hold to Prosperity Levels; (Edward R.) Stettinius: Some Young Men Take Over U.S. Steel Corp.; Utilities: Bonneville (Dam) Head (James D. Ross) Proposes Countrywide Rate Yardstick; and Perspective: As the (Arms) Conference Opens and Beer Since Repeal. Full Page Vintage Color Print Ad with Robert Taylor Promoting Lucky Strike Cigarettes. Half page black/white Ol' Judge Robbins Cartoon Ad for Prince Albert Pipe Smoke. Nice color-photo ad for Lucky Strike cigarettes on back cover features Robert Taylor, star of "Yank at Oxford"; Binding sound. Small mailing label bottom front cover. Average wear. A quality vintage copy. 
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Pathfinder Magazine - A Weekly News Review of World Affairs, February 13, 1937 - Cover Photo of "Sit-Downers" on Strike at General Motors in Flint, Michigan, Multiple Contributors
31 Multiple Contributors Pathfinder Magazine - A Weekly News Review of World Affairs, February 13, 1937 - Cover Photo of "Sit-Downers" on Strike at General Motors in Flint, Michigan
USA The Pathfinder Publishing Co. 1937 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
24 pages. Contents: Wanted - A Program for Flood Control; Photo of Jean Harlow kissing Senator Robert L. Reynolds of North Carolina; General Motors Strike - with photo from behind the strikers' battle line; C.C. Fleming of Chelan, WA is tasked with spending $200 in a month; Digest of Hitler's interesting two-hour speech, with photo of him inspecting troops; Article on Moscow's show trials with photo of Karl Radek; Spanish Lull; Canada talks constitutionsl reform; Japanese Cabinet News; Photo of Gilbert Lewis who has been working to improve the status of minority stockholders; "Feminine" Thugs; Photo of Dr. Clarence Cook Little who declared to birth control workers that their job was "deeply religious"; Article on marriage of 22-year-old Charlie Johns to 9-year-old Eunice Winstead Johns in Tennessee; Manila cleans up for International Eucharistic Congress of the Roman Catholic Church, with photo of Cardinal Dougherty; Editorial; Last words of Gregory Piatakoff in Russia; Article on Joseph Stalin, with photo; Photo of actor John Trent; Photo of Reformer Hamilton Fish of New York; Back cover ad for the McCleary Sanitarium & Clinic of Excelsior Springs, MO; Vintage ads; and more. Average wear. Yellowed with age. A sound vintage copy. 
Price: 99.95 USD
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Scientific American Magazine, June 1985, Multiple Contributors
32 Multiple Contributors Scientific American Magazine, June 1985
USA Scientific American 1985 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Contents: The choice of technology - a new method for making investment decisions about technology; The immunologic function of skin; The search for proton decay; Globular clusters; The first organisms; The social ecology of chimpanzes; Siphons in Roman aqueducts; The topology of mirages. Average wear. A sound copy. 
Price: 99.95 USD
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The Antique Collector Magazine, February 1970 / March 1970, Multiple Contributors
33 Multiple Contributors The Antique Collector Magazine, February 1970 / March 1970
London The Antique Collector 1970 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Taxing historic houses; A Nation that Saved its Art - Polish Art Treasures at the Royal Academy covering 1,000 years; Packwood House - a National Trust Mansion in the Forest of Arden; Roman Domestic Glass; Pick of the Furniture Market; A Galaxy of Teapots - The Shand Kydd Collection, Part II; Prints made from Silhouettes; Hieratic Art of the Elizabethans - Exhibition at the Tate Gallery; The Case for Dr. Wall - has a pioneer of English Porcelain been unjustly discredited; and more. Minimal markings. Average wear. Pages in the back half are loose but present. 
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The Canadian Magazine of Politics, Science, Art and Literature, October 1903, Multiple Contributors
34 Multiple Contributors The Canadian Magazine of Politics, Science, Art and Literature, October 1903
Toronto The Canadian Magazine 1903 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
76 pages. Features: Full-page photo of the national congress of Chambers of Commerce in Montreal, August 1903 - with article by Ernest H. Cooper; The Threshing of the Grain - article by W.H. Belford with wonderful photos; Canadian Celebrity - Hon. Clifford Sifton; Two Lost British Columbia Towns - Douglas and Seymour; Roman, Greek, English and American Conceptions of Liberty; The British Embassy at Washington - article with photo; The War of 1812 - tenth instalment; The Pensionnaires, by Albert R. Carman - continued; Beneath the Dog's Fang - a Story of the Jacobites; Kingdom's "Break-in-Two", by J.W. Fuller; Current Events Abroad, by John A. Ewan; Woman's Sphere - edited by M. MacLean Helliwell; People and Affairs; Wonderful reproduction of a curling photo taken in 1872 on the Don River; List of contents of Volume XXI of this publication, May through October 1903. Many pages of amazing nostalgic Canadian ads, including photos ads for several private schools. Average wear. Unmarked. Front cover and backstrip missing. Back hinge taped in place. A worthy reference copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
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The Geographical Journal, November 1933, Multiple Contributors
35 Multiple Contributors The Geographical Journal, November 1933
London The Royal Geographical Society 1933 First Edition Paperback Good Former Library Copy 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
95 pages. Black and white photographic plates. Features: The Oxford University Expedition to Sarawak, 1932; The Japanese South Polar Expedition of 1911-1912; The Administration of the Mandated Territory of New Guinea; A Roman Bridge in the Fens; Geodesy and Geophysics at Lisbon; The Empty Quarter of Arabia; Air Survey by Multiple Lens Cameras. University library bar code upon first page of advertisements, otherwise unmarked with average wear. One-inch chip hanging from backstrip. Binding intact. A sound copy. 
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The World of Interiors Magazine, July-August 1984, Multiple Contributors
36 Multiple Contributors The World of Interiors Magazine, July-August 1984
London Pharos 1984 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
198 pages. Features: Manuel Canovas; Lancut Castle; Mimi O'Connell; Zoodochos Pigi; John Standing; David Shilling; Roman Glass; 17th Century Maps; and more. Unmarked. Average wear. Binding intact. A sound copy. 
Price: 49.95 USD
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Time Magazine, August (Aug.) 8, 1969 - John Wayne Cover, Multiple Contributors
37 Multiple Contributors Time Magazine, August (Aug.) 8, 1969 - John Wayne Cover
USA Time, Inc. 1969 B002J4BFFE First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Jackson, Harry 
76 pages. Features: Nixon's sobering message to Asia - major article with color photos of Nixon in Asia; Public reaction to Chappaquiddick; Examining moon samples; Five pages of color photos of the Apollo 11 moon landing; Rendezvous with Mars; Soviet writer Anatoly Kuznetsov flees to the free world; Syrian jets bomb Israeli military post on Mount Hermon; Ari Onassis celebrates anniversary with Jackie; Gardening without DDT; Time to remember "Forgotten America"; John Wayne as the last hero - major photo-illustrated article; TV Show Hee Haw; Article and color photos of the Pope in Uganda; Roman Catholicism in Africa - in search of its soul; Big profits in small cans - Granatelli and STP; Color one-page ad for Sports Illustrated shows O.J. Simpson in action; Reivew of "Allen Ginsberg in America:; and much more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A sound vintage copy. 
Price: 129.95 USD
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Time Magazine, November (Nov.) 7, 1969 - Foldout Californa Cover Illustration, Multiple Contributors
38 Multiple Contributors Time Magazine, November (Nov.) 7, 1969 - Foldout Californa Cover Illustration
USA Time, Inc. 1969 B000LCS1LW First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Glaser, Milton 
112 pages. Features: Reporter Clark Mollenhoff; Chappaquiddick haunts Ted Kennedy; Bobby Seale in court in Chicago; Skyjacker Rafael Minichiello; Feud between the Lebanese army and Al-Fatah; Election in Israel; Nice color ad for the 1970 Buick Electra; Protest against Kenyatta leads to death; Clown Emmett Kelly featured in color-photo ad for Union carbide; Cassius Clay to make Broadway debut in Black Power play; Caltech Professor Murray Gell-Mann; Wow - color-photo Chevrolet centerfold ad features 8 of their station wagons at a large picnic; California - feature article with color photos; Two-page color Chevrolet ad features red truck on beach with surfers; Art Deco article; Battered children; One-page photo of musical group the 5th (Fifth) Dimension as part of 2-page Transamerica ad; Quarterback Roman Gabriel; Debut of Coco, starring Katharine Hepburn, in New York; Penthouse vs. Playboy - article with photo of Bob Guccione and Penthouse Pets; American Express (AMEX) - a license to print money; Nobel awards in economics for Dr. Ragnar Frisch and Dr. Jan Tinbergen; Nice Polaroid ad on back cover features the Countdown 350; and much more. Unmarked with average wear. Archival tape repair to bottom of coverfold. A sound vintage copy. 
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Vogue Magazine (US), April 15 1972 - Sophia Loren Cover Photo, Multiple Contributors
39 Multiple Contributors Vogue Magazine (US), April 15 1972 - Sophia Loren Cover Photo
USA Conde Nast 1972 First Edition Paperback Fair Former Library Copy Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Clarke, Henry (Cover) 
130 pages. Features: Vogue's Point of View - Escape; How to look where you're going and beat the luggage wait; The One-bag traveller and - the perfect knit pants suit; the longer shirt-jacket; the chino shirtdress, the weightless creaseless, everywhere, every-weather smock coat; Fashion for the beach climates of the world - cool and breezy crinkle cottons, new wave of batik, the strapless maillot, news in black; The New Norells - worn by Lyn Revson; The Many Moods of Marisa - the best new evening looks in town - worn by Marisa Berenson; Focus on summer - super new shirt looks, bareness with separate cover, black and white, jacketed for town, warm-weather sweater-dressing; How to add travel power without adding pounds - a quick beauty checklist; Your Health and Climate, by Ellen Switzer; How to solve your unsolvable hair problems - or, Why Wigs ; How to take your good looks wherever you go; How Sophia Loren Really Travels; Social Climbing the Travel Way, by George Bradshaw; Travel Anxiety - a psychologist tells how not to suffer it; Vladimir Nabokov talks about his travels; How people really travel now - Drena Van Alen, Lady Sarah Courage, Madame Helene Rochas, Lady Diana Cooper, Contessa Susanna Agnelli, Principessa Irene Galitzine, Catherine Spaak, Mrs. Kenneth Tynan, Jose Luis de Vilallonga; La Duchesse d'Uzes, Mrs. David Michael Winton, Diana Guthrie, Mrs. Isobel de Crempien, Maggie Keswick, Diane Sawyer; People are Talking About - Virgil Thomson; In China Now - Sally Reston tells what to see, buy, watch for; New Life-Force in the Midwest, by Seymour Krim; Giorgio de Chirico - inverview by John Gruen; At Home the New Roman Way - a power of American Art; Horoscope of Charles Chaplin; and much more. Usual library markings. Above-average wear. Binding intact. A worthy reference copy. 
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40 Munn, Orson D. Scientific American June 1931 Volume 144 Number 6
New York Scientific American Publishing Company 1931 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
A very interesting issue. Features: Triangulation - why and how this precise surveying job is done; Editorials - The Nicaragua Canal - The "R-101" disaster - Spiritism exposed - Why a navy is needed - Sick railroads - Lessons learned; Our changing transportation - competitors to the railroads; Zone television and the television arc - television transmission via three channels; Tudying up the constellations - archaic method of outlining roups is being simplified; Problems of calendar improvement - the importance of the movment ot change our calendar; Tons of human hair in industry - woven into press-clth, hair serves a most useful purpose; This new big business of gardening - food raising becomes a gigantic mechanized industry; From the archeologist's Notebook - bronze bowl - home of a notorious Roman - Lid of Canopic jar - a Roman portrait - Chinese head-dress ornament; Man's insect allies - an insect that feeds on cacti and destroys them; Change - the great competitor; Sulfur - the second of three related articles on salt, sulfur and petroleum; Clemenceau and Foch - the United States enters the war - the Armistice and peace conference; Diesel versus gasoline-engined plane - the diesel-engined plane has a higher "ceiling"; A flexible amusement building in New Orleans - a municipal auditorium with a movable stage platform; A two-mile industrial water tunnel - tunnel for the ford plant carries enough water for several cities. Chip loose at top of spine. One inch opening between top of spine and front cover. Average wear. Unmarked. Tear to page 402. 
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