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Colliers, The National Weekly Magazine: 11 July, 1936 *Includes 'Burge McCall' By Damon Runyan and a Winston Churchill Piece on John D. Rockefeller*, Churchill, Winston; et al
1 Churchill, Winston; et al Colliers, The National Weekly Magazine: 11 July, 1936 *Includes 'Burge McCall' By Damon Runyan and a Winston Churchill Piece on John D. Rockefeller*
USA Crowell 1936 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: Double Trouble - Justice, blind, swift and dramatic (Hugh O'Connor and Walter Duranty); Burge McCall - a Tale of our Town (Damon Runyon); A Girl Forewarned - Romance will happen (Matt Taylor); Miner Prophet - war clouds gather around American unionism, John Lewis vs. William Green (George Creel); The Prodigal Nurse, Part VIII - Dr. Starr to the rescue (Teresa Hyde Phillips); Trouble Shooter, Part IV - A peacemaker in action (Ernest Haycox); The wrong number - Gentle Deception (Dana Burnet); Oldest and Richest - Winston Churchill reviews the life and times of John D. Rockefeller as the former oil king approaches his 97th birthday; Three O'Clock Scholar - Meet Moe Berg, Baseball's scholarly star (Bill Cunningham); Beautiful Widow - An escapade of Captain Morgan, bucaneer (Will F. Jenkins); Keep up with the World - or a little ahead of it (Freling Foster). Average wear. Address label on front cover else unmarked. Sadly, large chunk missing from back cover, else a sound copy. 
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Liberty - Canada's Largest Weekly Magazine, August 12, 1939 - Is Father Charles E. Coughlin Anti-Semitic?, Doherty, Ethel; Long, Louise; Taylor, Matt; Sangster, Margaret E.; Chambers, Whitman; Walker, James J.; Waterbury, Ruth; Collins, Frederick; Liebowitz, Samuel S.; Jacobs, Helen Hull; Kropotkin, Princess Alexandra; Oursler, Fulton
2 Doherty, Ethel; Long, Louise; Taylor, Matt; Sangster, Margaret E.; Chambers, Whitman; Walker, James J.; Waterbury, Ruth; Collins, Frederick; Liebowitz, Samuel S.; Jacobs, Helen Hull; Kropotkin, Princess Alexandra; Oursler, Fulton Liberty - Canada's Largest Weekly Magazine, August 12, 1939 - Is Father Charles E. Coughlin Anti-Semitic?
Toronto Liberty Weekly of Canada, Ltd 1939 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Tchetchet (Cover); Simplink A.N.; Watrous, J.; Vincentini; Lyford, Phil; Berry, Phil; La Salle, Charles 
54 pages. Features: Attractive cover illustration of lady in swimwear; Let's Have Direct Relief for Our Real Forgotten Man - Editorial against high real estate taxes; Death Looks for Cinderella (part 1); Is Father Coughlin Anti-Semitic? - His Own Answer - article with photo; Country Club Scandal (short story); I Was a Showman Too - Volatile Ex-New York Mayor James J. Walker talks of brass bands and ballyhoo; Hearts in Danger (fiction); How to Win Sick Friends and Influence Them - flowers are lovely but show a little originality!; The Good Earth Answers (pioneer family fiction); Purge in Hot Springs (conclusion); Matinee Today (short story); To the Ladies; Hell's Bargainers - Traitors to the Law - Sam Leibowitz exposes the method of lawyer-criminals; Rancher-Artist Augustus (Gus) Kenderdine - candidate for the Canadian Hall of Fame (article with photo); Tennis is a Dub's Game - words of cheer from champion Helen Hull Jacobs; Toronto's Royal York Hotel is featured prominently inside back cover; Colour back cover ad for the Physical Culture Hotel, Dansville, New York. Somewhat above-average external wear. Light pencil doodling to cartoon on page 46 and art contest blank on page 51. Binding intact. A sound copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, August 1, 1931: Salesmen of Death - The Truth About War-Makers, Drew, Lieut.-Col. George A.; Slade, Christine Jope; Roberts, Leslie; Hedworth; Barbara; Lorenson, Fred I.; Wallace, W. Stewart; Wright, Sewell Peaslee; Armitage, John; Holway, Ruth; Paterson, Jack; Wynne, Anthony; Hucks, M. Frances; et al
3 Drew, Lieut.-Col. George A.; Slade, Christine Jope; Roberts, Leslie; Hedworth; Barbara; Lorenson, Fred I.; Wallace, W. Stewart; Wright, Sewell Peaslee; Armitage, John; Holway, Ruth; Paterson, Jack; Wynne, Anthony; Hucks, M. Frances; et al Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, August 1, 1931: Salesmen of Death - The Truth About War-Makers
Toronto Maclean Publishing 1931 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Shreve, Carl (Cover Art and more); Mathieu, Hubert; Dinsmore, E.J.; Sellen, H.E.M.; McCrea, H.W.; Summers, Dudley Gloyne 
64 pages. Features: Nice color/photo ad for Quaker Puffed Rice and Puffed Wheat inside front cover; Great full-page ad with photos for International Trucks; Full-page photo ad for Cream of Wheat features baby; Salesmen of Death - The Truth About War Makers - "This Frankenstein monster must be smashed or it will smash civilization", by Lieut.-Col. George A. Drew - article with photos of Dr. William B. Shearer and Sir Basil Zaharoff; Backstage at Ottawa; Air-Minded - short story; The Empress of Britain - article with great photos of/in this Canadian-owned vessel which holds the record as the fastest liner plying between Europe and North America; The Fourth Bridesmaid - short story; What's Wrong with our Lacrosse? - writer mourns Canada's first defeat at the hands of the United States; The Strange Case of Dr. King - short story; The New Partner - short story; Sciene Aids the Airman - J.H. Parkin and aeronautical research at the National Research Laboratories in Ottawa - article with photos; Don't Let Her Worry - short story; Back of the Hump - a vivid pen picture of Canada's newest national park - the Riding Mountain Reserve in Manitoba - with photos; The Silver Scale - short story; Stalin's Rule is Autocratic - the world's most powerful ruler according to many; Photo and bried story of the world's richest man, The Nizam of Hyderabad; Communism and the Ukrainians - a fascinating long letter by Arthur O. Rose of Hafford, Saskatchewan; Brickbats and Bouquets; Wonderful Canadian Nationa (CN) full-page black and white photo ad promotes their Montreal to Toronto service - 334 miles in 360 minutes; The Secret of Successful Salad Dressings - article with recipes; Crossword; Consider the Lily; Bankers adopt more hopeful attitude toward foregin bonds; Colour ad for Kodak Verichrome film on back cover. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound, informative and pleasing vintage issue. 
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The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, June 19, 1926 - The New 'Real Estate Bond' Industry, Gard, Wayne; Ulm, Aaron Hardy; High, Stanley; Bacon, Robert L.; Neil, Judge Henry; Hubbard, Samuel; Phillips, Henry A.; Finger, Charles J.; Holmes, Fred L.
4 Gard, Wayne; Ulm, Aaron Hardy; High, Stanley; Bacon, Robert L.; Neil, Judge Henry; Hubbard, Samuel; Phillips, Henry A.; Finger, Charles J.; Holmes, Fred L. The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, June 19, 1926 - The New 'Real Estate Bond' Industry
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1926 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Clarke, W.W.; Fitzgerald, William O.; Honore, Paul 
32 pages. Features: The Queen of Kipling's Mandalay - article on Burma with photo of Supayalat and King Thibaw; The New 'Real Estate Bond' Industry (2nd article of 2) - First Mortgages on the Unknown Future Amount to Many Millions; A Good Look at Our Young People - analysis discloses that the newer generation is not deteriorating; Why Not Keep Faith with the Moro Race? - Justice is due to these people as well as to the other natives of Philippines - photo illustrated article on these people of Mindanao; What Has Become of Ben? - a boy whose restless gypsy blood made him an aimless wanderer; Mr. Henry Ford's Page - "Low wages shows poor management, poor finance, poor production"; Editorials - Senator Borah to the Lead, The Unitarian Women of the U.S., How important is news?, Which way is Coolidge going?, Anesthetic discovery at the University of Wisconsin; African Lions Roamed in Hollywood - discoveries indicate prehistoric game trail once extended from Old World to New; Why the Great Strike Failed - American gives vivid pictures of English lovel-headedness when millions of workers downed tools - article with photos; The Voyage of the Victoria - Westward Ho! (part 5 of a series); When General U.S. Grant Gathered Hides at Galena - for a time he forsook army life to engage in humble ways of earning a living in commerce; Ad for The Canal Band and Trust Co. of New Orleans; interesting piece about Jewish historian Josephus and his original text, in Aramaic, describing Jesus and his life; Mark Twain as Traveler (short article); New Oriental Limited ad features Glacier National Park; A Dance a Week - Positions of Feet in Dancing; Wild Flower Gardens - The Pansy King of Wisconsin, William Toole, Sr.; Fascinating illustrations of Pioneer tests in Aerostats (balloons). Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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Maclean's Magazine, October (Oct.) 1, 1966 - John Garrity Spied for the Canadian Jewish Congress, Garrity, John; Edmonds, Alan; Fraser, Blair; Harris, Marjorie; Allen, R.T.; Ruddy, Jon; Toynbee, Manson; et al
5 Garrity, John; Edmonds, Alan; Fraser, Blair; Harris, Marjorie; Allen, R.T.; Ruddy, Jon; Toynbee, Manson; et al Maclean's Magazine, October (Oct.) 1, 1966 - John Garrity Spied for the Canadian Jewish Congress
Toronto Maclean-Hunter Limited 1966 B018IO2JP8 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Ehricht, Horst (cover); McLeod & Yee; Cowley, Mike 
56 pages. Features: We are running out of places to bury our garbage; Mental hospitals obsolete in Saskatchewan?; A farewell twitch by BC's Tories; My sixteen months as a Nazi - John Garrity got a 16 month look inside the Canadian Nazi Party - he bugged their meetings, photographed their files, and screened their membership - article with fascinating samples of handbills/tracts - curiously, this work was conducted just before related legislation was passed in Ottawa; The Synthetic Woman - or, how I put on fake hair, eyelashes, nails and a fake figure and found femininity, by Marjorie Harris; And Now... The Synthetic Male, or how I powdered my nose, donned my angora hairpiece and learned to smell more like a man, by Robert Thomas Allen; Is the world ready for Leonard Cohen? - article and great photo; what I learned in a Borneo Classroom, by Manson Toynbee - with many great colour photos; Canada's Kinsey - Dr. Ted Mann, an Anglican priest, began a study of premarital sex on the campus of the University of Western Ontario - when he finished, he was not longer a professor there, by request; Nice colour photo centerfold for Ford's 1967 auto lineup; Rockcliffe Park - the richest, toniest, newsiest village in Canada?, by Susan Dexter; Canadiana by Gerald Stevens; Full-page Crown Zellerbach black and white photo ad shows 50-ton log trailers at Nanaimo Lakes on Vancouver Island; Gerald (Gerry) Caplan says we shouldn't hesitate to threaten Rhodesia with force; and more. Average external wear and soiling. A sound vintage copy. 
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Alternative Press Review - Your Guide Beyond the Mainstream: Volume 8, No. 1, Spring 2003, Herman, Edward S.; Ahmad, Aijaz; Abunimah, Ali; Perlman, Fredy; Heinberg, Richard; Ray, Gene
6 Herman, Edward S.; Ahmad, Aijaz; Abunimah, Ali; Perlman, Fredy; Heinberg, Richard; Ray, Gene Alternative Press Review - Your Guide Beyond the Mainstream: Volume 8, No. 1, Spring 2003
USA A.A.L. Press 2003 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
74 pages. Features: Parallel and Linked Genocides - Iraq and Palestine; The Nazification of Israel; The Growing Clamor for Ethnic Cleansing; Anti-Semitism and the Beirut Pogrom; George Bush and the American Empire; Ground Zero - Hiroshima haunts 9/11; and much more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, May 24, 1970 -  The Rosenberg Case, Honan, William H.; Goodman, Walter; Lewis, Anthony; Holden, David; Culhane, John; Claiborne, Craig; Peterson, P.; Edson, L.
7 Honan, William H.; Goodman, Walter; Lewis, Anthony; Holden, David; Culhane, John; Claiborne, Craig; Peterson, P.; Edson, L. The New York Times Magazine, May 24, 1970 - The Rosenberg Case
New York The New York Times 1970 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Kantor (cover); Tames, George; Soto, John; Croner, Ted; Comerford, Georgeen; Comerford, Georgeen; Aller, Bill; Kantor, Tim; Perl, Susan; Silano 
116 pages. Features: Many gorgeous fashion ads; Lovely two-page color-photo ad for Van Cleef & Arpesl featuring Piaget watches; Classy one-page color-photo ad for Swank See-Through Tie Clips; Cacanudo cigar ad features photo of Morton L. Annis, Chairman of Montego y Cia; Nice color ad for Corum watches; Can Teddy Kennedy Survive His Reputation?; The Rosenberg Case - An Inquest on an Inquest (nuclear espionage); The Same Justice Can Be Both a 'Strict' and a 'Loose' Constructionist; Cairo's War (Against Israel) - Now You See It, Now You Don't; Report Card on kid's TV show Sesame Street - with photos of some of the original cast members; Nice color ad for Omega watches with photo taken of earth from the moon; Nice Zapata-themed color-photo ad for Elgin watches; Fascinating color-photo ad for Carousel wigs features wig on the statue of liberty; Photos of sexy skirts; Color Power - Furniture designers George and Louise Beylerian and their rental apartment; Heroin Kills - A Primer for Parents and Children; and more. Heavy wear to covers which are all but loose from staples. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Look Magazine, January (Jan.) 25, 1966 - How the Jews Changed Catholic Thinking, Kalkstein, Shawn; Roddy, Joseph; Ehrlich, Henry; et al
8 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. 
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Look - America's Family Magazine, April (Apr.) 30, 1957 - Eight Klans Bring New Terror to South / Six Reasons Why Israel Will Live, Knebel, Fletcher; Mollenhoff, Clark; Zimmermann, G.; Javits, Jacob K.; Plimmer, C & D.; Russell, Bertrand; Grant, F.C.; Et al
9 Knebel, Fletcher; Mollenhoff, Clark; Zimmermann, G.; Javits, Jacob K.; Plimmer, C & D.; Russell, Bertrand; Grant, F.C.; Et al Look - America's Family Magazine, April (Apr.) 30, 1957 - Eight Klans Bring New Terror to South / Six Reasons Why Israel Will Live
USA Cowles Magazines 1957 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio 
148 pages. Features: Color cover photo of QE II; Nice one-page color ad for Pfaff sewing machines; Wonderful two-color one-page ad for film "Funny Face" starring Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astaire; 4-page Rexall ad; Great color ad for Sealtest fudge ice cream with illustration of Hawaiian girl; Large color photo of gorgeous redhead in two-page ad for Revlon's 'Satin-Set' hair spray; Candy that makes you thin; Color ad for Aqua Velva's Blue Ice; Nice color-photo ad for Gleem toothpaste shows young baseball team eating hot dogs; Six Reasons why Israel will survive - photo-illustrated article by Jacob Javits; The Personal Crisis of Queen Elizabeth; Sam and Kathy Roberts raise their interracial family - photo-illustrated article; Color-photo one-page ad for Campbell's soup shows Mrs. Nellie Reagan hand-picking rice for use in soups; A Visit with Pablo Casals; Color-photo Cadillac ad shows yellow four-door picking up attendees of a formal evening Two-page color Greyhound bus ad; Vintage color ad for Motorola TV shows portable blue 'Americana' model; Eight Klans bring new Terror to the South - article with photo of The Rev. Alvin Horn in uniform, large burning cross on Gobbler's Knob in Cleveland, TN, hooded Klanswomen, plus photos of Klansmen The Rev. Perry E. Strickland, Elmo C. barnard, Eldon L. Edwards, M. Wesley Morgan, James H. Bickley, and Robert E. Hodges, plus photo of Asa Carter and Harold McBride wrestling with police; Nice color ad for Pep O Mint Life Savers; Wild two-page colour-photo ad for RCA Whirlpool features pink - yes pink - fridges; The Apostles - an initmate story of the 12 who sat with Jesus; Nice colour-photo ad for 1957 Chrysler cars; Two-page Pall Mall cigarette ad features cowboy scene with horse and cat; Ballet at First Base - color photos of Gil Hodges in action at first base; Two-page Wheaties ad; Appetizers article and nice photo; Why I Am Not a Communist, by Bertrand Russell; Two-page color-illustrated Schlitz beer ad shows pleasant backyard scene in "Schlitzerland, U.S.A."; Wilmington College encourages students to work in factory; Photos of fair weather raincoats; Great color photos of Elizabeth Taylor swimming in Paradise Lake with Montgomery Clift, plus honeymoon photo of her with Mike Todd; Color-photo Ford ad features a peach and white 1957 Fairlane 500 Town Victoria; How the Queen Anne area of Seattle stays bright, with photos of the Hinch Family; Vintage one-page color ad for Trix cerial; Photos of Dinah Shore and her family; Color Cheerios ad inside back cover; Color-photo Chesterfield cigarette ad on back cover shows wild 'redneck' party scene with gang on shaded 'deck' atop a bizarre articulating orange and greay RV... with a diving board off the back!; Canada tourism ad; and more. Above-average external wear. Bit of writing atop front cover. A worthy vintage copy. 
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British Heritage Magazine: August/September 1981, Multiple Contributors
10 Multiple Contributors British Heritage Magazine: August/September 1981
London Historical Times 1981 First Edition Paperback Fair 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
80 pages. Features: The Lusitania; The Conqueror's Gift; The Tradescants of Lambeth; The Brontes; Tobruk - part 1; The Black Prince - part III. Somewhat above-average wear. Sound reference copy. Please note: the Lusitania feature includes a full-page reproduction of the news clipping, dated 22 April 1915, in which the German Embassy in Washington warned sea passengers that they travelled at their own risk, given the state of war between Germany and Great Britain. 
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Flying Saucers - Special Edition of Look Magazine, 1967, Multiple Contributors
11 Multiple Contributors Flying Saucers - Special Edition of Look Magazine, 1967
USA Cowles Communications 1967 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
66 pages. This special issue was published without advertising. "For twenty years reports of flying saucers and other unidentified flying objects have come regularly from all parts of the world. Thousands of people have seen them, including pilots, airport officials, policemen and others trained to identify conventional aircraft... To better acquaint the public with the scope of flying saucers over the past two decades, the editors of LOOK called on the editors of United Press International to collect authentic photos of UFO's and detailed information from persons who have seen them. This work is the result." - from Foreword. Articles include: Kenneth Arnold - The Man Who Started It All; Thomas Mantell Jr. - First Man Killed in a Saucer Incident; Mystery of the Lubbock Lights; The Day the Saucers Visited Washington, D.C.; Brazilian Navy Photo Sequence; Lonnie Zamora's Big White Egg; The Thing at Exeter; Texas lawmen Billy McCoy and Bob Goode see UFO that "looked like a football field"; Crashing Russian Satellite - residents of six states adn Canada report UFO that becomes IFO; Four Nights of UFO's Rock Michigan; Photos of Strange Objects; Rare Colour Photographs; Saucer Jokes and UFO Hoaxes; Man-Made Flying Saucers - amazing photos!; Believers Unite! - Saucer clubs, etc.; People who have come in contact with saucers and space people; What the Psychologists think; What are We Doing about UFO's? - Air Force assigns 5 staffers to check on the continuing flood of sightings; What to Do if you See a UFO - Copy of four-page Official U.S. Air Force UFO Form. Unmarked. Moderate wear. Three-inch clear tape repair to foot of cover-fold. A sound vintage copy of the great collectible UFO reference. 
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Look Magazine, January 26, 1965 *Conspiracy USA*, Multiple Contributors
12 Multiple Contributors Look Magazine, January 26, 1965 *Conspiracy USA*
Des Moines, Iowa, USA Cowles Magazine, Inc. 1965 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
90 pages. Cover: Julie Andrews Special Features: CONSPIRACY (4 articles) Conspiracy USA; A Visit with Arthur Larson: A Republican Looks at Extremism; A Plot that Flopped; The Far Right's Fight Against Mental Health. Other features include: Julie Andrews's star rises higher with "The Sound of Music"; Montessori: Education Begins at 3; Home-Model Witch: Elizabeth Montgomery; Let's Keep Politics Out of the Pantry; and Hockey's Golden Boy - Bobby Hull. Average wear. Few openings front cover fore-edge. Small mailing label front cover bottom left. Binding sound. 
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The Windsor Magazine - An Illustrated Monthly for Men and Women: Volume XVIII June to November 1903 (July, August, September, October) *The Money Kings of the Modern World - Several Illustrated Articles*, Multiple Contributors
13 Multiple Contributors The Windsor Magazine - An Illustrated Monthly for Men and Women: Volume XVIII June to November 1903 (July, August, September, October) *The Money Kings of the Modern World - Several Illustrated Articles*
London Ward Lock & Co. Limited 1903 First Edition Hardcover Fair 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
714 pages. Contents include: How Mrs. S.E. Waller's Pictures Have Been Painted; The Money Kings of the New World, by W.T. Stead; Dr. Niels Finsen and his remarkable discovery of healing rays - with wonderful photos; The Making of a Flume - with great photos; The Tame Fish of Logan; The New Khartoum - with many photos; The Floor of the Pacific, by The Hon. W.E. Meehan, Fish Commissioner of the State of Pennsylvania - with photos; The Money Kings of the Modern World II - The Rothschilds, by W.T. Stead - with several photos and illustrations; The Momentous Motor - great vintage technology article with photos; "Skin O' My Tooth" - Edited and Compiled by Baroness Orczy; Bird Babies; Strong Mac; The Making of a Mandolin - with photos; The Money Kings of the Modern World - Part III - Mr. J. P. (Pierpont) Morgan; Municipal Ambulance Work - with fantastic photos of horse-drawn ambulances; Baron Shibusawa of Japan - with great photos; The Game of Sticke - its evolution and progress; The Fiscal Policy of The Empire, by John Holt Schooling; Coalport Porcelain - the story of an ancient and famous industry; The Most Wonderful Map in the World - France, in Jasper, Set with Jems; Hints on Sea-Swimming - Mr. Montagu A. Holbein give advice, and suits the action to the world for photographic illustration; The Nelson Room at Trafalgar House; The Money Kings of the Modern World - Some European Potentates - M. Witte, Baron Hirsch, Alfred Nobel, Alfred Beit, Herr Krupp, M. Jean de Bloch; The Fiscal Policy of the Empire - Part II; A Painter of the Sea-Coast - Mr. Elmer Keene and his Art; Sir James Brooke - Rajah of Sarawak; Pictures in Postage Stamps - using old postage stamps to create art; Capturing A Sperm Whale - with awesome photos; plus many fictional stories. Backstrip all but detached. Front free endpaper and first several pages loose but present. Several other pages loose. Hinges open. Above-average wear. Reading copy only, but remains a very informative and enjoyable reference. 
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Time Magazine, August 23, 1948 - Betty Grable Cover Illustration, Multiple Contributors
14 Multiple Contributors Time Magazine, August 23, 1948 - Betty Grable Cover Illustration
Canada Time-Life International 1948 Canadian Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Schoenbaum, Emmett; Woods, Rex 
48 pages. Features: Nice color tennis-themed Coke ad inside front cover; Oksana Stepanovna Kosenkina jumps from third floor of Russian Consulate in Manhattan - story with photo; One-page two-color ad for A.V. Roe Canada Limited; Coverage of the House Un-American Activities Committee with photos of Silverman, Ullman, Miller and Lee; Photo of "Negroes at the Polls" in South Carolina; Photo of massive crowd at Akron's Soap Box Derby finish line; Photo of German women building Berlin Airport using shovels; Documents on the Tito-Stalin conflict become available; Is Chiang Kai-Shek on the way out?; The Maharaja's family visits Manhattan - story and family photo; Vision of a Trans-Canada Highway; Feature article on Betty Grable includes many photos; Nice one-page two-color ad for Fargo Trucks; Horseman Harrison Hoyt and Demon Hanover; Industrial Designer/Soap wrapper designer Raymond Loewy - brief article with photo; Charming color ad for B-A products inside back cover depicts rural scenes; Back cover ad for O'Keefe's Brewing Company features transportion workers in painting by Rex Woods. Moderate wear. A nice copy of this great vintage issue. 
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Ramparts Magazine, August 1972, Vol. 11, No. 2 -  The N.S.A. (National Security Agency), Nevins, Buddy; Lupoff, Dick; Horowitz, David; Hayden, Tom; Bazin, Maurice; Thompson, Walt
15 Nevins, Buddy; Lupoff, Dick; Horowitz, David; Hayden, Tom; Bazin, Maurice; Thompson, Walt Ramparts Magazine, August 1972, Vol. 11, No. 2 - The N.S.A. (National Security Agency)
Berkeley, CA, U.S.A. Noah's Ark Incorporated 1972 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall "Rising Cry for Justice" - Students and Faculty of the Immaculate Heart College Art Department in Los Angeles (cover and centerfold) 
62 pages. Features: Classroom Surveillance by Kodak (12 years ahead of 1984); The Rolling Stones - Goodbye to All That (even though they are still "Rolling" over 40 years later!);Nixon's Vietnam Strategy; The Prospects of the Vietnam Offensive; Lasers into Pruning Hooks; The Rising Cry for Justice; U.S. Electronic Espionage - A Memoir - *major* article providing rare early public information about the NSA, including discussion of Israel preparing nuclear weapons at Dimona - under cover of a textile plant; What's Left of the Black Left (part 2); Records - Chuck Berry; Fantastic back cover ad for "Carlos Santana and Buddy Miles! Live" on back cover. Bits of peeling from front cover. Average wear. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, June 5, 1926 - Liberty Bond Mystery, Perrington, Paul; Lewis, James H.; Masson, Thomas L.; Whiting, May B.; MacDonald, Paul; Young, Alice; Finger, Charles J.; Maddox, William Johnston; Patch, William M.; Higgins, Frances; Anderson, John Davis
16 Perrington, Paul; Lewis, James H.; Masson, Thomas L.; Whiting, May B.; MacDonald, Paul; Young, Alice; Finger, Charles J.; Maddox, William Johnston; Patch, William M.; Higgins, Frances; Anderson, John Davis The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, June 5, 1926 - Liberty Bond Mystery
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1926 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Graham, J.C.; Legge; Honore, Paul 
32 pages. Features: Nice two-color Firestone ad inside front cover entitled 'Why Women Buy Tires" features well-dressed mother with child in car behind male driver; The Liberty Bond Mystery Was Never Cleared Up! - telegrams indicate the Secret Service worked with the Federal Reserve to keep an eye on President Harding's investigator; In the Land of the Everlasting - the cause of the everlastingness of the Chinese is consciousness of Eternity; 'Are You an Optimist?' - if you are, you will find an idea for yourself and follow it up; Old Boston's Historic Highway - State Street saw some of the most stirring events of revolutionary days; Mr. (Henry) Ford's Page - discussion of the repudiation of war debts; Editorials - Muscle Shoals, Scott Nearing as Prophet; Polo Makes Good in America - in 20 years the sport has reached preeminence; Newport, our 'Social Capital' - a sumptuous array of palaces by the sea; The Voyage of the Victoria - Part Played by Commerce Kings (part 4); Annapolis - Where Our Admirals Come From; Poland - Country of Possibilities; I Read in the Papers; Chats with Office Callers; Clovernook - Homestead of the Clary Sisters, Alice and Phoebe; Pennsylvania's Land of Goshen - a fertile tract where crop failures are almost unknown; A Dance a Week - Plain Quadrille and Novelty Two Step. Some damage to top of front cover and minor insect damage near bottom staple otherwise average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Liberty Magazine (Canadian Edition) April 17, 1937 - Cover Illustration of Gaston B. Means / Bojangles of Harlem, Philpott, W.; Wilson, E.; St. Johns, A.; Johston, A.; Adams, Perry; Green, B.; Thacker, M.; Dial, P.; Davis, E.; Doherty, E.; Marble, A.; Viereck, George Sylvester; Collins, F.; Smith, F.; Kropotkin, Princess Alexandra
17 Philpott, W.; Wilson, E.; St. Johns, A.; Johston, A.; Adams, Perry; Green, B.; Thacker, M.; Dial, P.; Davis, E.; Doherty, E.; Marble, A.; Viereck, George Sylvester; Collins, F.; Smith, F.; Kropotkin, Princess Alexandra Liberty Magazine (Canadian Edition) April 17, 1937 - Cover Illustration of Gaston B. Means / Bojangles of Harlem
Toronto Liberty Weekly of Canada, Ltd 1936 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Michael; Flagg, James Montgomery; Szanto, Karoly; Metzl, Ervine; Baumhofer, Walter; Reusswig, William; Bryson, Charles; Green, Bert 
62 pages. Features: Nice one-page photo ad for the Dodge Six car; Are You Taxe Exempt? - editorial argues against Canada's 'soak the rich' income tax system in favour of broadening the tax base as is done in Great Britain, resulting in 'the most intelligent citizenship within the empire'; Gaston B. Means - Master Bad Man - The Whole Inside Story of One of the Most Bizarre and Baffling Careers of Crime; Diamonds are Dangerous (short story); The Open Heart (romantic fiction); Nice one-page photo ad for the 1937 Studebakers; Love-Song for Supper (romantic fiction); From Invalid to Champion - Alice Marble, the new queen of tennis, tells her story; It Can Happen Again - Fascinating article by George Sylvester Viereck relies upon his information from former Kaiser Wilhelm (with photo) to warn that "behind the scenes in Europe's capitals the same elements (as in WWI) are conspiring to plunge civilization into the hell of a general war."; To the Ladies; News of Kitchener (military fiction); Why Glamour-Girls Don't Marry Great Lovers - And Vice Versa; Nice two-colour ad for the Easy Vacuum-Cup Washer; Bojangles of Harlem - Meet Bill Robinson, grandson of a slave who has earned $1,000,000 - article with photo; Secret Child (part 3); Great vintage photo ad for Feen-a-mint laxative chewing gum; Unusual two-color Kleenex ad shows wife scolding husband (who has cold) for soiling so many cloth handkerchiefs; Discretion Be Damned (fiction); Back cover ad for Goodrich tires features photo of S.S. Van Dine; and more. Moderate wear. Crossword partially completed in light pencil on page 56. Binding intact. A sound copy of this great vintage issue. 
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The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, February (Feb.) 27, 1926 - Vol. 26 No. 19 - Review of "Jesus of Nazareth" By Rabbi Joseph Klausner, Schermerhorn, James; Bentley, Max; Ulm, Aaron Hardy; Johns, E.B.; Shore, W. Teignmouth; Terry, Hynes E.; Pye, Captain W.S.
18 Schermerhorn, James; Bentley, Max; Ulm, Aaron Hardy; Johns, E.B.; Shore, W. Teignmouth; Terry, Hynes E.; Pye, Captain W.S. The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, February (Feb.) 27, 1926 - Vol. 26 No. 19 - Review of "Jesus of Nazareth" By Rabbi Joseph Klausner
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1926 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
34 pages. Features: Briefly Told - fascinating news bits inside front cover; William Jennings Bryan - The Great Commoner - article with photos; Who is the Governor of Texas? - Miriam A. Ferguson - photo-illustrated article; Home Crafts for Idle Hands; A Jewish Rabbi in Jerusalem (Joseph Klausner) Writes "Jesus of Nazareth" and refutes Jewish traditions - a review of this much discussed book; How the Coolidge Cabinet Funcations; Mr. (Henry) Ford's Page - The Qualities of Practicability in Ideas; Editorial - What is the Neglected Truth?; The Couzens Investigation; Chats with Office Callers - Who Owns the Movie Industry? - A Man From Poland Describes Conditions in his Country where 'business is entirely out of the hands of the Poles', General Coxey of "Coxey's Army; Sapiro Officials Run a Sideline - second article on the plight of Sapiro's tobacco co-operatives, "all members of Sapiro associations should read these articles"; Famous Conductor Sir Henry Wood, of Queen's Hall Orchestra in London; Hynes E. Terry Guides People Through the Capitol; Bell Collection at the Glenwood Mission Inn, California; Interesting news items from across the nation; Aviation from the Navy's Viewpoint - conclusion of a photo-illustrated article by Captain W.S. Pye, U.S.N.; An Icelandic Tale; Are the Movies Cruel to Animals?; Some further instruction on the Correct Movements in a Plain Quadrille Dance - with illustrations; Aerial photo of cloud-shrouded Mount of the Holy Cross in Eagle County, Colorado. Some pages free from staples but present. Average wear and soiling. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, April 4, 1964 - A Weekend with the Ski Fanatics, Selye, Dr. Hans; Fraser, Blair; Phillips, Alan; Sclanders, Ian; Gray, Grattan; Newlands, Don; Taaffe, Gerald; Newman, Peter C.; Lefolii, Ken; Fulford, Robert
19 Selye, Dr. Hans; Fraser, Blair; Phillips, Alan; Sclanders, Ian; Gray, Grattan; Newlands, Don; Taaffe, Gerald; Newman, Peter C.; Lefolii, Ken; Fulford, Robert Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, April 4, 1964 - A Weekend with the Ski Fanatics
Toronto Maclean-Hunter Limited 1964 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Newlands, Don; Larose, Andre; Barron, Sid; Richler, Mordecai 
52 pages. Contents: Threats of New Violence in Quebec - Why We Should Take the "Army of Liberation" seriously; Are Hospitals Save? - a calm look at two deaths after surgery; Editorial - Of Course Hate-Mongering Should Be Stamped Out, But Not By Passing Censorship Laws - pressure on Justice Minister Guy Favreau to bring in hate laws; Greatness - Dr. Hans Selye describes what leads to the quality of greatness in the mind of a man or the life of a nation; Your Guide to the new federal split-level cabinet; Let's Give the Police More Power; Washington Hostess Perle Mesta; Your Health May Depend On Where You Live; A Weekend with the Ski Fanatics - article with photos; Nostalgic black and white photo ad for Electrohome and "Canada's Largest Stereo Laboratory"; Art Fraud - some odd "Group of Sevens"; Whiz Jazz pianist Tony Collacott; Reflections on the Clay-Liston boxing match; Mordecai Richler looks at the new cliches of nonconformity; Colour-photo Canadian Club ad features rolling in a hoop; Nice colour-photo Coke ad on back cover features beauty holding her own black and white photo. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding sound. A quality vintage copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, September (Sept.) 20, 1970 -  Can Fascism Happen Here?  Is it Already Happening?, Sherrill, Robert; Sheehan, Edward R.F.; Green, Philip; Buckley, Tom; Wilkes, Paul; Beadle, Muriel; Hewittk Jean; Reif, R.; Schiro, A.M.
20 Sherrill, Robert; Sheehan, Edward R.F.; Green, Philip; Buckley, Tom; Wilkes, Paul; Beadle, Muriel; Hewittk Jean; Reif, R.; Schiro, A.M. The New York Times Magazine, September (Sept.) 20, 1970 - Can Fascism Happen Here? Is it Already Happening?
New York The New York Times 1970 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Wolff, Werner; Lien, Mike; Boenzi, Neal; Sheehan, Edward R.F.; Silverman, Barton; Gillette, Guy; Benson, Harry; Perl, Susan; Aller, Bill; Uzzle, Burk; Tames, George; Regan, Ken; Norris, Sandy 
116 pages. Features: Beaunit Bemberg color-photo fashion ad features the President of Eagle Clothes, Stanley Goldman; Nice Jade East ad; The Equal Rights Amendment - What, Exactly, Does it Mean?; Many gorgeous fashion ads; The Way Egyptians See Israel, Uncle Sam, The SAMS - photo-illustrated article; Can Fascism Happen Here? Is it Already Happening?; Whitney Young - Black Leader or 'Oreo Cookie'?; F. Lee Bailey - Headhunter; Learning the Political Facts of Life; Tomato Marmalade Recipes; Two-page Maxwell House Coffee ad features Mrs. William Cosgrove of Oakland, NJ; Stephen Rubin's Duplex in a former storage attic in the Dakota overlooking Central Park was designed by William Machado; Great one-page ad for the Village Voice bears title "Dissatisfaction Guaranteed Or Your Money Back"; Color fashion photos 'For the Young and Daring"; Plymouth Gin ad features photos of Ernest Dichter, President of the Institute for Motivational Research, and E.H. Demby, President of Psychographics, Inc.; Unusual full-page color photo of a spectrum of colors of toilet seats by Magnolia; and more. Above-average wear to covers which are all but loose from staples. A worthy vintage copy. 
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