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The New York Times Magazine, December 15, 1963 - When a Negro is on Trial in the South, Acheson, Dean; Hunter, Marjorie; Morris, Richard B.; Graubard, Stephen R.; Galphin, Bruce M.; Willig, John M.
1 Acheson, Dean; Hunter, Marjorie; Morris, Richard B.; Graubard, Stephen R.; Galphin, Bruce M.; Willig, John M. The New York Times Magazine, December 15, 1963 - When a Negro is on Trial in the South
New York The New York Times 1963 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Tames, George; Koenig, Edo; Falk, Sam; Sisto, Ernie; Burns, Pat; Moses, Lida; Doty, Roy; Shore, Robert; Pascal, David; Golden, Alice; Singer, Joe; Leone, J.; Engelhardt, Tom; Flora, James 
80 pages. Features:. Withdrawal from Europe "An Illustion" - we must have close co-operation with West Germany; Lest Us Reason Together - photo feature on LBJ; Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson (Lady Bird) - article with photo about the public servant without pay; The Muddled Problem of Presidential Succession - which was brought home by the death of JFK; After Five Years, de Gaulle Still Towers; The average height of Americans is increasing; A Master Builder at 75 - photo feature on the works of New York's Robert Moses; When a Negro is on Trial in the South - is the picture painted by novels and films correct?; Crosswords - the most popular game; Christmas Wraps - fashion photos; Photos of tapestries in the apartment of Allen Porter; and more.. Ads: Selchow & Righter Company board games in color; Pepperidge Farm Devil's Food Cake; Ella Fitzgerald albums by Verve; Thomas Date Nut Loaf; and more. Four-inch opening to back cover, otherwise average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy 
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Collier's, The National Weekly Magazine, 30 July, 1949 - Shelley Winters / Phillip Jessup, Allen, Robert S.; Whitman, Howard; Reynolds, Quentin; Caldwell, John; O'Reilly, John; Davidson, Bill; Herndon, Booton; Smith, Bradley; Fay, Bill; Small, Collie; Carson, Robert; Spencer, Sheila
2 Allen, Robert S.; Whitman, Howard; Reynolds, Quentin; Caldwell, John; O'Reilly, John; Davidson, Bill; Herndon, Booton; Smith, Bradley; Fay, Bill; Small, Collie; Carson, Robert; Spencer, Sheila Collier's, The National Weekly Magazine, 30 July, 1949 - Shelley Winters / Phillip Jessup
Springfield, Ohio The Crowell-Collier Publishing Company 1949 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Pike, John; 
74 pages. Articles: My Pal, Drew Pearson; Richest Man in the Cemetery - warning to wives who don't want to be widows; It Happened in Mississippi - Thousands of sharecroppers in the 13 fertile delta counties are buying and equipping their own farms with aid from the Farmers Home Administration; Voyage of the Pagan - John Caldwell's Sailing Adventure (part 2 of 3); I Cover the Animals - nature writer John (Tex) O'Reilly; The Surprising Phillip Jessup - the man who helped lift the Berlin blockade; It's in the Cards - Jack Jarvis of Seattle prints funny membership cards; Marvelous Mel Parnell; - Pitcher with a Bat; Johnny Lujack - photos; Green-Eyed Movie Madcap - Shelley Winters - article with color photo. Fiction: The Legal Bride (part 1 of 6); Bitter Honey; Everyone Needs a Pet; Zone of Interior; Just Like I Hate Money; The Bells of St. Pierre. Nice vintage ads include: Herbert Tareyton cigarettes - featuring photo of Miss Audrey Keon; DeSoto cars; RCA Victor radios; Plymouth; Canada Dry - super one-page ad in color; Kool-Aid; Companion Magazine; Oldsmobile; Back cover ad for Lucky Strike features tobacco buyer B.G. Conner. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, October (Oct.) 23, 1977 - When Fat Was in Fashion, Baker, Russell; Ferris, Timothy; Sagan, Carl; Rubin, Stephen E.; Le Carre, John; Hollander, Anne; Browne, Malcolm W.; Penney, Goldberger, Paul; Alexandra; et al
3 Baker, Russell; Ferris, Timothy; Sagan, Carl; Rubin, Stephen E.; Le Carre, John; Hollander, Anne; Browne, Malcolm W.; Penney, Goldberger, Paul; Alexandra; et al The New York Times Magazine, October (Oct.) 23, 1977 - When Fat Was in Fashion
New York The New York Times 1977 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Freed, Leonard 
128 pages. Features: Gorgeous one-page color-photo Chanel ad featuring Catherine Deneuve; Two-page Vantage cigarette ad features Dave Ness of Seattle; Ending an End to Cosmic Loneliness - Goldstone Tracking Center radiotelescope seeks out intelligent life; Behind the Lazar Berman Legend; In England Now, by John le Carre; When Fat was in Fashion - abundant flesh was a thing of beauty to artist Peter Paul Rubens, who was born 400 years ago; To be Young, Black and Out of Work - depressing photos and stats on the 'Clockwork Orange' epidemic in the ghettos of America's cities; Great two-page color-photo ad for the Talon Channel-Zip zipper features stuntmen in action; Color-photo ad for Lakeland coats features New York Giants running back Gordon Bell; Silent Fall - Dissidents behind the iron curtain are being suppressed - with photos of folk singer Wolf Biermann, Rumanian writer Paul Goma, correspondent Rober Toth, Czech playwright Paul Kohout, Yugoslav writer Mihajlo Mihajlov, and Anatoly Shcharansky; Tennis player Marty Riessen is featured in a tennis school ad; At Home with a Skyscraper - architects Oliver Lundquist and John Stonehill build a townhouse next to a 50-story skyscraper in New York; The Maestro - Cellist Mstislav Rostropovich; "Dewar's Profile" on back cover features film animation producer, director and designerJim Simon of North Hollywood. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, March (Mar.) 19, 1978  -  Ringling Brothers' Circus Aerialist Tito Gaona Cover Photo, Baker, Russell; Kennedy, Eugene; Culhane, John; Blanksteen, Jane; Schonberg, Harold C.;Whitman, Alden; et al
4 Baker, Russell; Kennedy, Eugene; Culhane, John; Blanksteen, Jane; Schonberg, Harold C.;Whitman, Alden; et al The New York Times Magazine, March (Mar.) 19, 1978 - Ringling Brothers' Circus Aerialist Tito Gaona Cover Photo
New York The New York Times 1978 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Reagan, Ken; Kamsler, Leonard; Zann, Arnold; Blanksteen, Jane; Aller, Bill; Gorton, D.; Alain, Nogues; Moran, Nancy; Leonard, Dick; Barberis, Tito 
112 pages. Features: Beautiful color-photo Cadillac ad; Awesome Glen Oaks color-photo ad featuring bell-bottom pants; Meaningful Relationships; Political Power and American Ambivalence - Updating Machiavelli - a discourse on political power; Trapeze - the quest for the 'impossible' quadruple somersault - circus aerialist Tito Gaona - article with color photos; Avianca Columbian Airlines color ad; One Night in Leningrad - through the visit of an 18-year-old granddaughter to Russia, two sisters separated by a continent and an ocean 'see' each other again for the first time in more than 50 years - Jane Blanksteen and her family; Singing Schubert's Praises; Nice color-photo ad for Gant Rugger shirts; Centerfold color-photo ad for the BWM 733i (blue); Fashion Photos - Curving Closer; Pierre Franey and his 'almost perfect' kitchen; Many camp ads. Above-average wear. Checkmark and faint library stamp upon front cover. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, September (Sept.) 18, 1977 -  Hodding Carter Clan Cover Photo, Baker, Russell; Lyons, Gene; Lindsey, Robert; Gelb, Barbara; Funk, Ben; Christie, Agatha; Prial, Frank J.; Rayner, William P.; Millstein, Gilbert
5 Baker, Russell; Lyons, Gene; Lindsey, Robert; Gelb, Barbara; Funk, Ben; Christie, Agatha; Prial, Frank J.; Rayner, William P.; Millstein, Gilbert The New York Times Magazine, September (Sept.) 18, 1977 - Hodding Carter Clan Cover Photo
New York The New York Times 1977 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Harris, G.; Zabala, Teresa; Strick, David; Mesaros, Ron; Hinman, Chauncey T.; Mander, Raymond; Braun, Werner; Downey, Marjorie 
112 pages. Features: The Hodding Carters - Working for decades in the intransigent heartland of the South, they dedicated themselves and their newspaper to exposing the cruelties and injustice around them and reaffirming the basic goodness of the South they loved - article with photos (including cover); New Battles Over School Budgets - landmark California decisioin affecting John Serrano; Ten Days That Shook Me Up in Russia - the tormented world of Soviet dissidents; "Dewar's Profiles" features David O. Hill, Wildlife Conservationist of New York City; Swept Away - people continue to build along coastal areas despite terrible storms and the damage they cause; Poirot's First Case - Agatha Christie describes how she created her first detective story, and her grandest sleuth, while surrounded by poisons; Fantastic two-page centerfold ad for Jovan fragrances; Photos of Nubby Knits; Throwing a Curve - John Saladino designed this curved apartment; Sexy color-photo ad for luxurious silk bikini panties by Macy's; A Mess of Mopeds; Toyota Celica ad on back cover. Unmarked with moderate wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, October (Oct.) 9, 1977 -  The Troubled World of Mike Burke, Baker, Russell; Zion, Sidney; Markham, James M.; Baldwin, Carl R.; Berger, Raoul; Istomin, Eugene; Borgenicht, Miriam; Lelyveld, Joseph; et al
6 Baker, Russell; Zion, Sidney; Markham, James M.; Baldwin, Carl R.; Berger, Raoul; Istomin, Eugene; Borgenicht, Miriam; Lelyveld, Joseph; et al The New York Times Magazine, October (Oct.) 9, 1977 - The Troubled World of Mike Burke
New York The New York Times 1977 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Patrick, Ian; Boenzi, Neal; Morris, Larry; Bruce, Doug; Boltin, Lee; Henle, Fritz; Aller, Bill; Wagener, Alfred; Romero, Lee; Andrews, Bert; Mark, Bill; Streaky, Ed 
124 pages. Features: Two-page ad for the Cadillac Seville Elegante; Dodge Challenger ad; Carte Blanche credit card ad features photos of Raymond J. Mulligan President of Liggett Group, Inc.), John C. Emery, Jr. (President of Emery Air Frieght, Corp.), Robert F. Weltzien (President of Timex Corp.), and Ken Dunsire, President of Carte Blanche Corp.; Two-page ad for the 1978 Buick Electra; Nice one-page color-photo ad for CIE fragrance features Candace Bergen; Fantastic two-page color spread of the line of 1978 Pontiac cars - Grand Prix, LeMans, Phoenix, Sunbird, Firebird and Bonneville; The Troubled World of Madison Square Garden President Mike Burke - beset by unhappy fans, languishing teams and the big threat in the Meadowlands; The War That Won't Go Away - after 19 months of devastation, Lebanon is still embattled - torn by alliances that extend far beyond its borders - with photo of Beirut street scene with destroyed buildings in background; Wonders of Irish Art - lustrous show opens this week at the Metropolitan Museum; The Imperial Court - has the Supreme Court usurped legislative powers reserved for the states?; Dave Ness is featured in a Vantage cigarette ad; Conversation with "Fingers" - Concert Pianist Eugene Istomin and his baseball theme for four hands; The Many Faces of a Brownstone - west side home is restored to its former grandeur; Sexy color-photo ad for "The Elancyl Method"; Tennis player Marty Riessen appears in tennis ad; Warm and Wild - color photos of fur coats; Beauty Photos - Irene Ramp, Merle Ann Taylor, Pat Hammond, Francine Dreir, Deborah Carroll, Lyn Christopher; English pie recipe; Whatever Happened to Xavier Rynne?; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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Newsweek Magazine, August (Aug.) 10, 1981 - Japan's High-Tech Challenge, Barton, Clare Bishop; Axthelm, Pete; Greenfield, Meg; et al
7 Barton, Clare Bishop; Axthelm, Pete; Greenfield, Meg; et al Newsweek Magazine, August (Aug.) 10, 1981 - Japan's High-Tech Challenge
New York Newsweek 1982 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Kamifuku, Tom H. (Cover) 
72 pages. Features: Two-page color-photo ad for the Ford Series 10 tractor, "The World Tractor"; The Tuskegee Airmen Keep on Flying - the 99th Fighter Squadron and the 332nd Fighter Group and the 477th Bomber Group were the only all-black flying units organized by the US Air Force in WWII; Justice Rose Bird of the California Supreme Court; Reagan's War on Drugs - major article with photos, including George Bush Sr. leaning on bales of marijuana; Tax Bill politics in D.C.; A New Look at Child Labor; Jimmy Hoffa Legally Dead; Killenworth Mansion on Long Island - Soviet nest spying on local defense industries?; Bedford, IN - limestone capital of the world - Merle Edington and his Great Pyramid replica; Reagan's middle east peacemaker Philip Habib; Volkswagen Scirocco ad; Yassir Arafat - skilled in P.R.; Indira Gadhi's New Beginning; Vintage ad for Mattel Electronics' Intellivision "Starstrike" (Star Strike) video game; Peace shattered in Zimbabwe; Report from Tajikistan and the impact of the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan; Color photo of tennis player Hu Na; Elvis Costello - No More Mr. Bad Guy; The University of San Francisco drops its basketball program - The High Price of Cheating; William P. Tavoulareas and his libel suit against the Washington Post; Beware of Child Molesters - one of 10 youngsters is sexually abused each year; Japan's High-Tech Challenge - the Asian powerhouse launches an all-out push into computers, robots and other 'knowledge intensive' industries; How Computers Change Lives; Building a Superbrain; Japan's New Risk Takers; Here Come the Robots; From Tennessee to Tokyo - Americans prepare for Nissan's new truck plant in Smyrna, TN; Electronic Gadgets of the Future; Controversial use of animals in scientific research; The Disappearing Drive-In Movie Theater; Lloyd DeGrane and a flock of pink flamingos; Passing of: Harold R. Foster, Harold T. Sakata, Dan Seymour, Tatyana Grosman, Vladimir Kosma Zworykin, Jucille Parker Markey; Olympus camera ad with inset photo of model (Cheryl Tiegs?); Filming of "That Championship Season" in Scranton, PA; Back cover Barclay cigarette ad features photo of James Bond-style man in white tux; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A sound copy. 
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American Mercury Magazine, "To Bear Witness To The Truth", January (Jan.) 1960, Volume XC No. 432 - The "Lady Chatterley's Lover" Case, Benedict, John; Varney, Harold L.; Willoughby, Maj. Gen. Charles A.; Unger, John; Stanley, H.W.; Hasbrouck, L.M.; Oliver, Dr. Revilo P.; Et al
8 Benedict, John; Varney, Harold L.; Willoughby, Maj. Gen. Charles A.; Unger, John; Stanley, H.W.; Hasbrouck, L.M.; Oliver, Dr. Revilo P.; Et al American Mercury Magazine, "To Bear Witness To The Truth", January (Jan.) 1960, Volume XC No. 432 - The "Lady Chatterley's Lover" Case
New York The American Mercury Magazine, Inc. 1960 First Edition Paperback Fair 12mo - over 6" - 7" tall 
158 pages. Features: The "Lady Chatterley's Lover" Case - a legal left-wing softening of public morality; S.M.U. Pampers Leftism; Franco and Spain 1939-1959 - Spain may yet become our most effective ally; 1313's Mail Order Laws - we are letting collectivists take over our government through planted legislation; One-page photo of Ukrainian protesters against Khrushchev outside the UN building in New York; Front Men Ike and Khrushchev - fascinating article on why both may have been working for the Zionists; Subversion and the Warren Court - shattering legal victories for communists; Mercury Warned You; UN's Socialist Plan for Latin America; Termites of the Cross, Part V - "Communists and their co-conspirators, the World Zionists, concentrate their greatest efforts on destroying the religious beliefs which are the strength and hope of those who oppose the forces of evil - includes an expose of the ADL; Night Train to Bucharest; Bible Truths, Part IV; Charge Accounts Anonymous; Los Angeles' Smog Pot; Salk-Serum-Saddled Americans Still Get Polio - In Epidemics!; Putting Sound to Work; Bura! - Brutal New Game of Russian Youth; Armed Forces Manpower Wastage; Reprint of statement by William Zukerman in the Jewish Newsletter contesting the equation of criticism of Zionism with anti-Semitism, and defending former Senator Ralph E. Flanders who is presently being 'smeared every week' for questioning the philanthropic character of some activities of the United Jewish Appeal; Arnold Bennett's 24 Hour Day; Try Soil Feed-Back Mr. Benson!; Old Glory vs. Fairless Hills - battle to fly American flag over the local post office; More About Earthquakes, Part II; A Requiem for Reading; Americans, Speak Out! - excerpts of a speech by Dr. Revilo P. Oliver to the Illinois Daughters of the Revolution Convention; The Twenty-Second Amendment in Danger; The Old Wild West - Gone Forever?; Coloring Language Red - Let's Start a Propaganda Revolution and Call the Soviets by Their True Names; The Red-Headedest Mule Ever; The Age of 40; The Midget Car Neurosis; and more. Minimal markings. Moderate wear. Bottom half of page 57 missing, affecting Warren Court article. Lacking back cover and, possibly, back advertising page. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Interdependence - Quarterly Journal of the League of Nations Society in Canada, Vol. 12, Nos. 2-3, 1935 - Report of the Thirteenth (13th) Annual Meeting, Borden, Sir Robert L.; Lathe, F.E.; Curtis, George; MacKenzie, Norman; et al
9 Borden, Sir Robert L.; Lathe, F.E.; Curtis, George; MacKenzie, Norman; et al Interdependence - Quarterly Journal of the League of Nations Society in Canada, Vol. 12, Nos. 2-3, 1935 - Report of the Thirteenth (13th) Annual Meeting
Canada The League of Nations Society in Canada 1935 First Edition Paperback Fair 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
155 pages. Graphs. Tables. Report of the Thirteenth Annual Meeting held in Ottawa on May 31st and June 1st, 1935. Dozens of contributors. Contents include: The Situation in the Pacific; The Control of Minerals Needed for War as an International Sanction; The Development of an International Police Force; The Internationalization of Civil Air Transport; Compliance by Canada with International Labour Organization Conventions; The Constition of Canada and Participation in International Organization; and more. Above-average wear. Small address label atop front cover. Binding intact. Unmarked. A worthy reference copy documenting these interesting pre-WWII topics. 
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The Illustrated London News, April (Apr. 25), 1964 - The Aswan High Dam, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; et al
10 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; et al The Illustrated London News, April (Apr. 25), 1964 - The Aswan High Dam
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch 1964 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Flanders, Dennis; Wood, Ashwell; Shackleton, Keith 
Pages 629-668 plus 4 pages of ads. Features: Nice one-page colour photo ad for Holland-America line; One-page ad for the Daimler 2 1/2 Litre V8 Saloon; Great one-page colour photo ad for the MG Midget, Mk II sports convertible (red); Cover photo portrait of the Queen Mother presenting badminton trophy to Capt. J. R. Templer; Photo of the international conference on the problem of sanctions against South Africa at Friends' House, London; Photo of commissioning ceremony of the new tribal class frigate 'Zulu'; Photo of the first of three new car ferries for the Western Isles, 'Hebrides", passing Oban war memorial on her way to Tarbert; Photo of "St. George of England", new ocean racing yacht being lowered into the water on April 17; Photo of famous actors attending Southwark Cathedral in commemoration of the Quatercentenary of Shakespeare's birth; Photo of Peter Garbutt, Capt. of Crook Town, holding the Amateur Cup as he leads his victorious team on a lap of honour around Wembley; Photo of Mrs. John Logie Baird presenting award to TV announcer Miss Sylvia Peters; Photo of Jack Brabham winning the Aintree International "200" race on April 18; Article on the perplexing developments in Cyprus; Photo of Syrian Maj. Gen. Amin Hafiz speaking in Damascus after armed revolt in Hama; Photo of Brezhnev presenting Khrushchev with medal on the premier's 70th birthday; Photo of Shaikh Abdullah speaking to crowd during his tour of the Kashmir Valley for independence; Photo of Danny Nowell in San Francisco hospital after terrifying fall from balloon; Photo of floating powerstation in ice-free dock at the Thule Air Force Base, Greenland; Photo of presentation of colours at Beersheba, Israel, during 16th Independence Day celebration; Photo of Italy's smiling president Antonio Segni in Milan motorcade; Photo of Queen Juliana of the Netherlands climbing ruins at the ancient city of Teotihuacan in Mexico; photo of Pres. Nyerere of Tanganyika inspecting guard of honour of the third Battalion of the Nigerian Army; Photo of delegation of the People's Republic of Poland visiting Khrushchev on April 13; Photo of Israeli Pres. Shazar and president Grunitzky of Togo signing friendship pact in Jerusalem; Photo of Pres. Nasser and Field Marshal Hakim Amer observing naval manoeuvres off Alexandria; Photo of the Sultan of Muscat visiting the tribal class frigate 'Nubian'with rear admiral J. E. Scotland; Book review of "A Start In Freedom" by Sir Hugh Foot; Photo illustrated article on Soviet archaeology - the search for lost Dioscuria in the Eastern Black Sea; Photos and text describe finds in the Sukhumi Bay waters; Celebrations of Shakespeare; Centrefold illustration of Stratford-upon-Avon; Impressive photos and text describe the Aswan High Dam; Page of photos of the Duchess of Gloucester and Queen Mother visiting Scotland; Photos of personalities of the week include Sergei Khrushchev, Miss Rachel Carson, Col. Stewart Blacker, Harold Scott, Harold Shearman, Ian Smith (new Prime Minister for Southern Rhodesia), Winston Field, Justice Edmund Davies, Michael Foot, Mrs. M. P. Kendrick, Pres. DeGaulle, Mrs. Geraldine Mock (greeted by her husband at Oakland after completing her solo flight around the world), and Prince Souvanna Phouma; Impressive two-page illustration of the new face of the Royal Navy - carriers, frigates, submarines and auxiliaries of today's fleet; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, March (Mar.) 21, 1964 - Funeral of King Paul of Greece / 60 Years of the Anglo-French Accord, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; et al
11 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; et al The Illustrated London News, March (Mar.) 21, 1964 - Funeral of King Paul of Greece / 60 Years of the Anglo-French Accord
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch 1964 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Nannett, Juliet 
Pages 413-468 plus 4 pages of ads. Features: Cover Photo portrait Of The new King of the Hellenes, Constantine II, with Queen Frederika, at the funeral of his father; Photo of Princess Margaret with Kenneth Corney; Page of photos of celebrations upon the birth of Prince Edward; Two pages of dramatic photos and text from Cyprus - fighting in Ktima, threats of Turkish invasion, and first arrivals of the UN peace force; Photo-illustrated article on Paul, King of the Hellenes; Photo of riots in Phnom Penh; Photo of Geneva motor show; Photo of unveiling of statue of Pope Pius XII; Photo of 84-year-old Gen. Douglas MacArthur after surgery, escorted by Army Surgeon General Lieut. Gen. Leonard Heaton; Photo of the new president of Venezuela, Dr. Raul Leoni, receiving the sash of office from his predecessor, Pres. Betancourt; Page of photos of flooding in five states touching on the Ohio River basin include scenes near Williamsport, PA, the town of Sugar Grove, OH, Albany, IN, Shepherdsville, KY, an Ohio amusement Park, and Marietta; Photo of the first submarine ever built, the Fenian Ram, on display in Paterson New Jersey; Photo of Pope Paul receiving group of nuns recently expelled from the Sudan; Photo of jubilant George Lodge in Concord, New Hampshire where he defeated Sen. Goldwater and Gov. Rockefeller in the presidential primary; Photo of Independence Day children's party in Accra, Ghana, held by Mrs. Fathia Nkrumah, wife of the president of Ghana (also shown); Photo of the Royal Shakespeare Company applauding Yugoslavian president Tito at Belgrade; Book review of "King Edward VII" by Philip Magnus; Major coverage of Sardis excavations - part two; A survey of the 60 years of Anglo-French accord; One-page compilation of maps, text and photos describe's areas affected by the Anglo-French agreement, and the signatories to the document of April 8, 1904; Centrefold (free from staples) colour photos show the changing landscape of France; Entente Cordiale - page of historic photos illustrates France and Great Britain in peace and war; Entente Cordiale - page of photos of Anglo-French friendship since 1940; Page of photos illustrates how the English Channel is crossed by aircraft, ship, and train ferry, with artist's impression of future hovercraft car and passenger ferry; Impressive page of five aerial photos of huge French automotive manufacturing works - Renault, Simca, Peugeot, and Citroen; Two pages of photos illustrate developments in the aircraft and shipping industries of France today; One-page illustration of novelist, poet, broadcaster and one of the most vivid personalities living, Sir Compton McKenzie; Two pages of photos of the funeral of King Paul in Athens; Drawings of colonial America by John White; Photos of personalities of the week include Sir Newman Flower, Sir Knox Helm, Mr. R. G. Routh, Sir Robert Clark-Hall, Gen. von Lettow-Vorbeck, Sir R. Robinson, J. Brian Neill, C. Robin Mayer, Col. Joan E. Henderson, Lord Newton C. Ron Jacobs, J. Michael Cowman, Gen. A. Jolly, Jack Ruby (sentended for death), Capt. David I. Holland, Lieut. Harold W. Welch, Capt. Melvin J. Kessler, and James (Jimmy) Hoffa (convicted of bribery); Photo of the teapot collection of Rev. C. J. Sharp; Photo of ticket barrier smashed by derailed car at Hammersmith underground station; Photo of funeral for 16-year-old cat named Peter, Whitehall's chief mice catcher; Photo of Cambridge University women's rowing crew after their victory over Oxford on March 14; One-page photo of polar bear cubs seeing the world for the first time at Whipsnade Zoo; Photo of Angus Ogilvy greeting the England women's hockey team before a match versus Scotland at Wembley; Photo of automatic ticket reading barrier introduced by London transport at Chiswick Park station; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN) Magazine, 14 March 1953 - Death of Stalin, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril
12 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril The Illustrated London News (ILN) Magazine, 14 March 1953 - Death of Stalin
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd. 1953 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Davis, G.H.; Parker, Neave; Rose; Carnon, Roy 
Pages 381-420. Features: Cover photo of Joseph Stalin; Nice color ad for Sanderson fabrics and wallpapers inside front cover; Two pages of photos and information on Mr. Stalin; Photos of the Coronation Maids of Honour; Photos of Stalin mourners; Article on Russian Succession; Photos of new members of the Russian government, led by G.M. Malenkov; Two-pages of interesting illustrations explain the young science of oceanography which may one day avert disasters such as the North Sea floods; Photos of flood of refugees from East Germany; Cross country championship won by D.A.G. Pirie of South London Harriers; Photo of the first intact MIG 15 to fall into western hands, courtesy of a Polish pilot requesting political asylum at Roenne Airport, Bornholm Island; Bodies of French aviators of the "Normandie-Niemen' squadron returned to France from the Russians; Photo of signing of the Tripartite Balkan Pact at Ankara on February 28th by the foregin ministers of Greece, Turkey and Yugoslavia; Photo of U.S. embassy in Moscow which is nearing completion; Mr. Colin Fox completes 87 day solo sailing across the Atlantic; Photos of personalities of the week, including chess player Dr. Tartakower, Marshal Tito, Malayan communist Lee Meng, convicted British spy Edgar Sanders, Kenyan Chief Simeon Kioko, Sergei Prokofiev, Sir Robert Gower, Clare Boothe Luce, and Mr. C.G.M. Des Graz, the former Chairman of Sotheby's; Article and photos regarding a Troglodyte city of 20,000 years ago - new discoveries in Spanish caves; Life and death of the cave bear; Swiss Watchmaker's ad inside back cover features lovely woodcut of man peering through microscope; Reed Paper colour illustrated ad by Roy Carnon on back cover features girl in red coat in shop; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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American Mercury Magazine, "To Bear Witness To The Truth", September (Sept.) 1961, Volume XCIII No. 451 - Greatest Subversive Plot in History / A Key to Communist Semantics, Canadian Intelligence Service; Bend, H. Katherine; Monsarrat, Alice E.; Bridges, Hon. Styles; Cvetic, Matt; et al
13 Canadian Intelligence Service; Bend, H. Katherine; Monsarrat, Alice E.; Bridges, Hon. Styles; Cvetic, Matt; et al American Mercury Magazine, "To Bear Witness To The Truth", September (Sept.) 1961, Volume XCIII No. 451 - Greatest Subversive Plot in History / A Key to Communist Semantics
Wichita, Kansas, U.S.A. Defenders of the Faith 1961 First Edition Paperback Good 12mo - over 6" - 7" tall 
128 pages. Features: Greatest Subversive Plot in History - documented evidence of a malignant UNESCO plot against the future of this country's children and their children; Ruinous Public Debt - cannot exist for long with perpetual debt; Opposition to Law and Order - the ACLU and the establishment of Police Review Boards; America Exploited in the Name of Humanity; The Challenge of World Conflict - a reappraisal of America's future and manifest destiny; The American Dream; Oh! What a Night - prevent tossing and turning at night; Music - soothing, sedative, and savage - Science confirms certain music can be dangerous and may contribute to juvenile delinquency ; Bumper Crop of Trees - after 20 years tree farming is winning public appreciation; A Key to Communist Semantics - the Canadian Intelligence Service explains how Communists have a double-talk vocabulary designed to mislead and confuse; Worse than Chain Letters - the same principle underlies Urban Renewal; American Textiles in Trouble - suffering from weird policies of foreign aid and trade; Educational Hierarchies - public schools have almost as many administrators as teachers; Had TV Trouble Lately? - watch out for shifty TV repairmen; Sovit Oil - Fuel for the Fires of Communism; Economic Integrity - by Hon. Harry F. Byrd; Materialism - The Devil's Delusion; Theft by Confiscation - Communism is merely the takeover of government by a political oligarchy - as in Russia - or by a banking oligarchy; Your Voice Reveals Personality; Scientific Socialism - Bunk; and more. Moderate wear. A sound vintage copy bearing the address label of noted Madison, WI architect William Kaeser. 
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The Western Socialist - Journal of Scientific Socialism in the Western Hemisphere, Vol. 36, No. 271; No. 5 - 1969:, Collins, Don; Shepherd, Alex; et al
14 Collins, Don; Shepherd, Alex; et al The Western Socialist - Journal of Scientific Socialism in the Western Hemisphere, Vol. 36, No. 271; No. 5 - 1969:
Boston World Socialist Party 1969 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
24 pages. Features: WSP (U.S.) Conference of 1969; The Kennedy Family Passion Play; That Reformer Fellow, President Nixon; That High Cost of Living; "Reparations" Vs. World Socialism; N.D.P. Shell Game - Ed Schreyer assumes leadership of the Manitoba N.D.P.; Historic Words Live Long After Tragedy - "Bill" Pritchard, one of eight men tried in connection with the famous Winnipeg general strike of 1919, speaks again; Those Halls of Montezuma - looking back on Aztec history, and myths which surround it; Marx and the American Civil War; Do Loose Lips Sink Ships? - fascinating article claims German U-boats were had fore-knowledge of targets by gleaning information from European reinsurance companies who underwrote the risk of ocean shipments; Passing of Jeni "Chubbi" Kligman; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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American Mercury Magazine, "To Bear Witness To The Truth", November (Nov.) 1961, Volume XCIII No. 453 - He Makes the Reds Look Ridiculous / British Guiana - New Red Beachhead, Cvetic, Matt; Bradt, Robert LeRoy; casewit, C.W.; Peterman, Cy; Cunningham, Hon. Glenn; et al
15 Cvetic, Matt; Bradt, Robert LeRoy; casewit, C.W.; Peterman, Cy; Cunningham, Hon. Glenn; et al American Mercury Magazine, "To Bear Witness To The Truth", November (Nov.) 1961, Volume XCIII No. 453 - He Makes the Reds Look Ridiculous / British Guiana - New Red Beachhead
Wichita, Kansas, U.S.A. Defenders of the Faith 1961 First Edition Paperback Good 12mo - over 6" - 7" tall 
128 pages. Features: Civil Defense Needs the Veterans; The Fulbright Memorandum - a shocking document that attacks military leaders for their efforts to enlighten their personnel and the public about Communism; He Makes the Reds Look Ridiculous - West German publisher Heinrich Baer jabs the Commies with cartoons; Sarah Hale and Thanskgiving; U.S. Taxpayers Financing Communism - money poured into Red Poland being used to bolster Red Cuba; A Creed for Conservaties; American speech - Its Color and variety; The Care and Feeding of Intellectuals - a look at a hothouse species spawned by higher education in the semantics of dialectic materialism; The American guilt Complex - are we being pressured into spending millions on 'conscience' money?; British Guiana - New Red Beachhead after the election of Jagan's Communist oriented P.P.P. to power; The case for Saying No; The Kremlin's Cultural Exchange Fraud - a counterspy views Communist subversion; New York's Role in the Civil War; Seattle World's Fair; Higher Auto Insurance Rates; Country Living for the Younger Set - Kiddies Country Club (KCC); Prophet of the Ozarks - W.H. "Coin" Harvey predicted world disaster... in 1910; Stop the Free Delivery of Communist Propaganda inflow of Communist mail involving the Universal Postal Union; and more. Moderate wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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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.
16 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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American Mercury Magazine, "To Bear Witness To The Truth", January (Jan.) 1961, Volume XCII No. 444 - Nobel Prizes and International Communism / The U.N. "Gatt" at America's Heart, Dilling, Elizabeth; Pakas, Manfred; Grey, Hilary; Guelzo, Carl M.; Arutunoff, A.; Et al
17 Dilling, Elizabeth; Pakas, Manfred; Grey, Hilary; Guelzo, Carl M.; Arutunoff, A.; Et al American Mercury Magazine, "To Bear Witness To The Truth", January (Jan.) 1961, Volume XCII No. 444 - Nobel Prizes and International Communism / The U.N. "Gatt" at America's Heart
Wichita, Kansas, U.S.A. Defenders of the Faith 1961 First Edition Paperback Good 12mo - over 6" - 7" tall 
128 pages. First issue by new owners, Defenders of the Faith. Features: A New Year's Meditation; The Key to Greatness; Nobel Prizes and International Communism - do these awards advance a one-world super state?; Lady - Are You the Man of the House?; The Gifted Child - how to develop the special child; The U.N. "Gatt" at America's Heart... and Unemployment; Education and Freedom; Monkey Business; The Teacher Shortage That Isn't There; Panmunjom - Six Years After - in an ex-Korean game preserve, International Communism is frustrated (temporarily) and Freedom Village thrives; The Day Our House Died, by Ewart A. Autry; Europe on $1k; Power from Below - geothermal energy; American Mercury Acquired by Defenders of the Faith; Prayer Can Change Your Life; Management's Right to Manage; My World Stood Still, by Charles E. Kaufman of a Pennsylvania Dutch family; The Professional Type; The great Pigeon War; Beethoven - Humanitarian and "Physician"; Old Glory and the Flag of Necessity - tax dodgers on the high seas discredit our flag; My Eleven Self-Congratulations; Let's "Protire"; The Problem of Communism - will our inaction defeat us?; We Can Win the Cold War; The Man Who Makes Weeks; The Spirit of Love Day; A Campaign Promise To Break - right-to-work laws; Adult Delinquency; and more. Minimal markings. Moderate wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, March (Mar.) 21, 1971 -  Costa Gavras Cover Photo / Palm Beach Social Scene, Duscha, Julius; Lesher, Stephan; Buckley, Tom; Lelyveld, Joseph; Davis, Melton S.
18 Duscha, Julius; Lesher, Stephan; Buckley, Tom; Lelyveld, Joseph; Davis, Melton S. The New York Times Magazine, March (Mar.) 21, 1971 - Costa Gavras Cover Photo / Palm Beach Social Scene
New York The New York Times 1971 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Chalkin, Dennis (cover); Gescheidt, Alfred; Tames, George; Powers, Bill; Robbins, Edwin and Lillian; Aller, Bill; Manning, Jack; Powers, Bill; Peterson Gosta; 
120 pages. Features: Beautiful color fashion ads; Ad for Mattel game 'Boundary' inside front cover; Patchouly ad; Stop! - in the public interest! - Ralph Nader and Nader's Rangers; Chips ad features photo of Andy Patterson; Handsome GGG ad features man in blue-striped suit standing before American Airlines plane with complimentary red, white and blue color scheme; Great Lycra girdle ad features plump topless gal atop lion rug; Jackson State College a Year After; Photo-illustrated article on the Palm Beach social scene with photos of Mrs. Merriweather Post, Princess Zalstem-Zalessky and Georg Vigouroux; New York City School Chancellor Harvey Scribner; Agent Provocateur of Films - Costa Gavras; Color- photo ad for Swank 'wrap-around' cuff links; Bottomless female model in nice color Fruit of the Loom ad; Spring fashion photos; The difficult baby is born that way; Feta cheese recipes; Photos inside the home of architect James Rossant of the firm Conklin and Rossant. Average wear. Crossword completed in pencil. A sound copy of this vintage issue. 
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Newsweek Magazine, July 11, 1966 - Our Sick Hospitals, Emmet, John Hughes
19 Emmet, John Hughes Newsweek Magazine, July 11, 1966 - Our Sick Hospitals
New York Newsweek, Inc. 1966 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
104 pages. Features: Nice two-page AT&T ad features photos of young Meg Rawls; Bombs over Hanoi and Tough Talk from LBJ; 'Black Power' and the politics of frustration; Medicare and our sick hospitals; The Three R's = $Billions; Nice one-page ad for the Volkswagen (VW) bug; Hard to imagine two-page Caterpillar ad features photo of Ohio's 'hot river', the Mahoning, which was literally heated by heavy industrial effluent; RFK - Democratic kingpin in New York; Rebirth of the 5th Marines; Guests of the Viet Cong (POWs) - Walter W. Eckes and James Dodson; Photo ad for the MGB/BT car; Kwame Kkrumah of Ghana; Boom times in Tahiti; Argentina - the last coup?; Photo of Hugh Hefner in London with many bunnies; Stanley Upson of the Stan-Up Diner in Milling, PA is featured in a Hammermill Bond ad; Runner Jim Ryun; Chicago police were arresting 150 homosexuals per month; Publisher Harry N. Abrams and his 'hamburger art'; Nice CBS Radio Network ad features photo of airborne Phil Rizzuto in baseball game; and much more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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Maclean's, Canada's Weekly Newsmagazine, December (Dec.) 23, 2002 - Justin Trudeau Cover Photo, Gatehouse, Jonathon; et al
20 Gatehouse, Jonathon; et al Maclean's, Canada's Weekly Newsmagazine, December (Dec.) 23, 2002 - Justin Trudeau Cover Photo
Toronto Maclean Hunter / Key Publishers 2002 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
60 pages. Features: Cover photo of Justin Trudeau entitled "When I Run" looks forward to the day when Canadians would elect his curly locks and famous last name to lead their national government; Related article discusses the question of when, not if, Justin will run for political office; Iraq - longing for piece as UN inspectors search for WMD; Tellier, who turned around CN, takes on troubled Bombardier; Sikh Gang Wars in B.C.; Advertisers use internet "adver-games" to reach kids; Metis war vet William Woodward fights Ottawa for compensation; More single young women are having babies on their own; No author can match the influence of J.R. Tolkien; Winnipeg Director Guy Maddin is celebrated - just not in Canada; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. Please note: Address label clipped from front cover, otherwise a sound copy. 
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