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Popular Science Monthly Magazine, September 1933, Vol. 123, No. 3 - Queer Vehicles Inventors Produce, Armaguac, Alden P.; Teale, Edwin; Boone, Andrew R.; Burton, Walter E.; Johnson, Gaylord; Martin, Robert E.
1 Armaguac, Alden P.; Teale, Edwin; Boone, Andrew R.; Burton, Walter E.; Johnson, Gaylord; Martin, Robert E. Popular Science Monthly Magazine, September 1933, Vol. 123, No. 3 - Queer Vehicles Inventors Produce
USA Popular Science Monthly 1933 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Wittmack, Edgar F. (Cover) 
96 pages. Features: Nice Plymouth Six ad featuring interview with G.R. Stevens of Elgin, Illinois; ATT ad features woman using old-style phone; Buying automatic refrigerators; "Human-Eye" camera opens new way to television; Snakeskin and marble made by photography; Planes to dump rain on crops; Photo of tidal wave in the River Severn, in England; Queer jobs in the Arctic - Major L.T. Burwash in pursuit of the North Magnetic Pole; Two-passenger sailplane has closed cockpits; Rare Stamp Racketeers thwarted by black light; Human body gets machine tests; Freak vehicles for air, land, and water; Animal movie actors trained by strange tricks; Tires torn to pieces in safety tests; Homemade Sextant; Is Rudy Hofmeister the fastest wood carver?; War Waged on Insects with Lights and Odors; Microscope "Movies" on Screen; Newest Household Devices; Weird stunts with aluminum in the home laboratory; One-man show with a magic hat; Adding earphones to your radio; Radio sets now tuned by sight; New gears shift themselves; A simply built high striker; Tools and Materials Captain McCann uses to build ship models; Graceful stool built from coat hangers; Sport belt made of knotted string; Simple design for boy's auto (go-kart); Luggage Making on the kitchen table; Taking telephoto shots with your own camera; Helpful hints for motorists; plus dozens of other brief and interesting illustrated items. Great cartoon-style ad for Camel cigarettes on back cover features magic tricks. Somewhat above-average wear. Faint store stamp on back cover. Binding intact. A sound vintage copy. 
Price: 149.95 USD
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The Sciences Magazine, November / December 1991, Ausubel, Jesse H.; Guillet, James; Nesse, Randolph M.; Cannon, Aubrey; Tsipis, Kosta
2 Ausubel, Jesse H.; Guillet, James; Nesse, Randolph M.; Cannon, Aubrey; Tsipis, Kosta The Sciences Magazine, November / December 1991
New York The New York Academy of Sciences 1991 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
56 pages. Features: Mimicking a leaf's ability to trap the energy of light; The evolutiionary benefits of psychic pain; The role of fashion in ancient burial customs; The tangled history of nuclear missile guidance - a review of 'Inventing Accuracy' by Donald MacKenzie; What fate awaits Chernobyl in the New World Order?; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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Railway Signaling Magazine, September 1946, Author Not Stated
3 Author Not Stated Railway Signaling Magazine, September 1946
Chicago Simmons-Boardman 1946 First Edition Paperback Fair 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
pages 565-628. Features: Reverse Running on the Pennsylvania - on 226 miles of track between New York and Washington certain sections of track... are signaled for train movements in both directions; S.P.&S. installs all-relay interlocking; Regulated Track Circuit - automatically regulates a D.C. track circuit; Interlocking on the Grand Trunk - all-relay plant eliminates train stops at a crossing with the New York Central; Rio Grande Installs Radio to Improve Through Freight Service - improving a 576 mile section between Denver and Salt Lake City; New Signal Control Line Circuits in Centralized Traffic Control Territory on the Burlington; and more. Many great illustrated contemporary ads. Above-average wear to covers which are detached but present. Fold-mark down middle. Unmarked. A worthy reference copy. 
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The Welding Review, Volume 22 - No. 1, 1947, Author Not Stated
4 Author Not Stated The Welding Review, Volume 22 - No. 1, 1947
Canada Canadian Liquid Air Company Limited 1947 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
14 pages. Illustrated with black and white photos. Features: Flame conditioning paper mill machinery; The welding of process piping; Broken rock drills can be salvaged; Leaks in boiler feed system permanently stopped; Impeller casing saved by bronze welding; hardfacing auto tire chains with stellite; fire and explosion wrongly attributed to acetylene cylinders - Joseph Dewasha, an Indian war veteran and apprentice auto mechanic, was killed in a garage fire and explosion in Bala, Ontario; back cover ad for Canadian Liquid Air features photo of Niagara's Rainbow Bridge which was flame-conditioned prior to being painted, with great results. Index for volume 21 of this publication laid-in. Somewhat above-average wear. Binding intact. Unmarked. A worthy reference copy. 
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Scientific American Magazine, Volume 153, Number 1, July 1935, Avery, Myron H.; Slawson, H.H.; Rhine, J.B.; Parlin, W.A.; deschin, Jacob; Russell, Henry Norris; Smith, Philip H.; Herrick, John; Muhleman, M.L.; Boone, Andrew R.; Hoskins, R.G.; Cleveland, Reginald M.; Roosevelt, Kermit
5 Avery, Myron H.; Slawson, H.H.; Rhine, J.B.; Parlin, W.A.; deschin, Jacob; Russell, Henry Norris; Smith, Philip H.; Herrick, John; Muhleman, M.L.; Boone, Andrew R.; Hoskins, R.G.; Cleveland, Reginald M.; Roosevelt, Kermit Scientific American Magazine, Volume 153, Number 1, July 1935
USA Munn & Company 1935 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
56 pages. Features: Dr. John D. Strong; The Appalachian Trail; Detailed drawing of a newly designed lightship which will replace the ill-fated Nantucket; Surprising discoveries in the near east show that iron, glass, the arch, and bathrooms were in use far earlier than formerly supposed; Telepathy and Clairvoyance in a Trance Medium - an intensive series of tests conducted with a medium (Mrs. Eileen J. Garrett) and her spirit control showed the spirit to be no better as a telepathist than the medium; How bright is a lightning bug?; Various types of photographic exposure meters; Planets much larger than Jupiter are impossible; Copper and copper alloys are resisting corrosion; Back on the Land - The Subsistence Homestead movement is slowly reversing the urbanization trend - an experiment at Reedsville, West Virginia - article with photos; All-Wave Reception; Power from the Boulder Dam - two-pages of exceptional photos; Disordered glands can produce giants and dwarfs, fanatics and loafers; Rotating Wing Aircraft (helicopters) - intriguing possibilities; The Amateur Astronomer; photo of salvage bathysphere; Progress in Science - by Kermit Roosevelt; and more. Above-average external wear. Front cover nearly detached. Tape along backstrip. Not pretty but an informative vintage issue. 
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Popular Radio Magazine, July 1924 - How to Build a Portable Receiver, Banning, Kendall: Editor
6 Banning, Kendall: Editor Popular Radio Magazine, July 1924 - How to Build a Portable Receiver
New York Popular Radio Inc. 1924 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
70 pages. Black and white photos. Features: How radio is helping the deaf to hear; Where the costs of broadcasting should lie; How to avoid local interference; What the manager of a broadcasting station hears; How "resistance" affects radio circuits; An ideal set for summer-time reception; 100 best hook-ups - #8; The Circus that came to Willie; Will the broadcast listeners listen in on advertising?; The lingo of the ham; How to do your soldering correctly; A classroom 2,000 miles in diameter; How to build the Popular Radio portable; Important trifles; and more. Many great ads. Somewhat above-average wear. Binding intact. Unmarked. A worthy copy. 
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Home Power - The Hands-On Journal of Home-Made Power, Issue #48, August / September 1995, Buck, Risa; Nelson, Kurt; Whitaker, Mark; Hackleman, Michael; Prange, Shari; McCrea, Steve
7 Buck, Risa; Nelson, Kurt; Whitaker, Mark; Hackleman, Michael; Prange, Shari; McCrea, Steve Home Power - The Hands-On Journal of Home-Made Power, Issue #48, August / September 1995
USA Home Power Inc. 1995 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
112 pages. Features: Risa Buck went off the grid in Ashland; Kurt Nelson combines solar electricity and science education in a space station simulator for students in Wausau, WI; Mark Whitaker powers some of his appliances with solar electricity; Ely Schless's electric power bike; Electric Vehicle Charging and Maintenance; Visit to a lead recycling factory; The evolution of hot water heaters; and more. Moderate wear. Clean and unmarked. A quality copy. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, December (Dec.) 1937 - Harold Tucker Webster / Canada - New Heart of the Empire, Chancellor, J.; Cunningham, L.; McMorrow, T.; Mason, L.; Christie, Agatha; O'Day, P.; Beatty, J.; Knott, L.
8 Chancellor, J.; Cunningham, L.; McMorrow, T.; Mason, L.; Christie, Agatha; O'Day, P.; Beatty, J.; Knott, L. National Home Monthly Magazine, December (Dec.) 1937 - Harold Tucker Webster / Canada - New Heart of the Empire
Winnipeg National Home Monthly / Stovel 1937 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Heier (cover); Diamond, Samuel; Flagg, James Montgomery; Holmgren, John; Watson, Emmett; Smith, Ralph; Maltman, W.; Clymer, John F.; Phillips, John 
72 pages. Features: Editorial touches on Communism, Unemployment and Social Credit; One-page Parker Vacumatic pen ad; Canada New Heart of Empire; The Timid Soul - Harold Tucker Webster; The Enchanted Chorus Girl (short story); Story Lady (short story); Hot Money (short story); The Electrical Industry - an interesting survey of new electrical technology with we now take for granted; Lonely Lady (short story); The Murder on the Linds (part II); Hockey article with photos of Bill Cook, Murray Armstrong, "Mickey" Blake, Jack Church and Jack Howard; Pond's Extract one-page ad features photos of Mrs. C. Henry Mellon, Jr.; Hollywood news with photos of Charles Boyer, Marie Walewska, Marcia Mae Jones, and many others; Centrefold Christmas gift ad for Packard Lektro Shavers, etc.; One-page Chevrolet features a green car; Business News; Half-page ad for Stanfields Unshrinkable Underwear; Scott's Emulsion ad includes Old Scottie comic; Beauty article; Christmas cooking article; World Sayings; Nice colour Waterman's pen ad on back cover; and more. Average wear. Writing to bottom of front cover. A worthy copy of this nice vintage issue. 
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The New York Times Magazine, May 10, 1970 -  The Hip Baroness Wootton of Abinger / The Silent Black Majority, Cleave, Maureen; Hamilton, Charles V.; Hacker, Andrew; Conquest, Robert; Jastrow, Robert; Hamilton, John A.Cain, Harriet; Claiborne, Craig; Reif, Rita
9 Cleave, Maureen; Hamilton, Charles V.; Hacker, Andrew; Conquest, Robert; Jastrow, Robert; Hamilton, John A.Cain, Harriet; Claiborne, Craig; Reif, Rita The New York Times Magazine, May 10, 1970 - The Hip Baroness Wootton of Abinger / The Silent Black Majority
New York The New York Times 1970 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Chalkin, Dennis; Berry, Ian; Evans, Howell; Miller, Jesse P.; McNamara, Norris; Palmer, Nancy; Bonestell, Chesley; Boenzi, Neil; Walker, Robert; Schulke, Flip; Scotch, Ben; Hausner, Ed; Dopkeen, Joyce; Maggio, Gene; Romero, Lee; Kantor, Tim; Springmann,C. 
120 pages. Features: Many gorgeous fashion ads; The Hip Baroness Wooton of Abinger - photo-illustrated article - she calls for reduced marijuana penalties; Laird Apple Jack ad features photo of company President Jack Laird; One-page photo ad for the ILGWU features photo of historic labor organizer Mother Jones; Fantastic two-page color-photo ad for Talon zippers entitled "The 10 Worst Dressed Women of the Year"; The Silent Black Majority;; The Viokent Black Minority; The American Psychodrama called 'Everyone Hates Us'; Space Odyssey of Tomorrow - a Trip to Mars; How to pay for 15,000,000 auto accidents a year - automobile insurance is big business; Fantastic two-page color-photo ad for La Mancha cigars; Tasteful two-page ad for Jules Jurgensen luxury watches; Great one-page color-photo ad for Cadillac features a gold Coupe deVille; Long-Legged Summer Fashions; Great Chemold tennis raquet ad features large color photo of Rod Laver in action, with smaller photos of Tony Roche, Margaret Court, Roy Emerson and Owen Davidson; Interior photos of a finely finished 18th century North Carolina home; Nice one-page color-photo ad for radio station WPAT; Fantastic back cover color-photo ad for McGregor features three men in funky swimwear; and more. This copy is undated by a hand-written date of May 10, 1970 appears on front cover and we assume this is correct. Average wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Timberman, An International Lumber Journal, November, 1937, Volume XXXIX, Number 1, Cornwall, George M.: Editor; Koroleff, A.
10 Cornwall, George M.: Editor; Koroleff, A. The Timberman, An International Lumber Journal, November, 1937, Volume XXXIX, Number 1
Portland, Oregon The Timberman 1937 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Chapman, Dale: Photography 
96 pages. Index of advertisers. Features: Cover photo of the vessel 'Orient City' fully loaded with lumber; Two-color ad for Broderick yellow-strand wire rope inside front cover; Nicely logging-theme illustrated Timken bearing full-page ad; American Tiger Brand Wire Rope ad features great photo (circa 1885) of steam (bull) donkey and many loggers; R.G. LeTourneau ad features photo of their bulldozer and a Willamette-Hyster arch at work; Full-page two-color photo ad for Caterpillar features A.E. Baker of Fruit Growers Supply, Susanville, CA; Durable Douglas Fir Cross Arms used on telephone poles by the British Columbia Telephone Company - article with photo; Hand Methods Must Give Way to Mechanization in Eastern Canada - article; Photos of sawmill scenes in Sweden and Finland; Novel Effects in Wood at Paris Exposition - article with photos; Unique Power Plant of Vancouver Island Lumber Operation - Nootka Wood Products, Ltd. mill at Port Tasis (Tahsis) is driven by wood gas - article with photos - including photo of John P. Blenkinsop and Harry Smith and another photo of plant manager Lute D. Rogers with George M. Cornwall of this publication; Fantastic two-page two-color illustrated ad for the Ross Lumber Carrier, Model 90; S.A. Woods Machine Company ad features their new 412 planer and matcher; Magnificent full-page ad for Disston precision ground cross-cut saws includes photos of fallers at work with this two-man saw; Distinct saving shown to be possible with two-man bucking crews - article; Plywood's outdoor uses are increasing - photo-illustrated article; Meeting of the Wooden Box Association at San Francisco; Mark Markkula and his logging Bunks and Chunks - article with photos of products and Mr. Markkula; Nicely illustrated one-page ad for Hercules Engines of Canton, Ohio; Logging in Tillamook - article with photos; Super one-page photo ad for Feenaughty Machinery Co.'s FWD trucks - with photo showing a massive load being hauled; Nice truck-logging themed photo ad for Waukesha engines; Awesome photos of Allis-Chalmers tractors at work for the Big Lakes Box Company in Klamath Basin; Fantastic full-page ad with photos of the Washington Diesel Yarder made by Washington Iron Works; Crazy photo of trucks driving 132' logs across the Bloedel Donovan Lumber Mills' narrow old logging bridge above Skykomish, WA; Photo of a Dow low stump power saw at work; Small illustrated ad for P. Sharkey & Son Horse Collars; Photo of an FWD truck at work for Mr. W.S. Jeans of Culp Creek, OR; Superheaters - their use on Donkeys and Locomotives - article; Oriental strife affects Pacific Lumber Trade - article; France decides between steel and wood rail cars; Foreign Lumber Fleet - list of lumber vessels visiting Washington, Oregon, and British Columbia - and their capacities; Three Bamfiled, B.C. photos accompany brief article about Pacific Cable and Wireless, Ltd. and their cable which extends from Bamfield to New Zealand; Photo of G.L. Graiff with redwood charcoal experimental wood gas-powered truck - Hammond Redwood Co. of Samoa, CA; Reunion of pioneer members of the Southwestern Washington Lumber Manufacturers Association - with photos of T.H. MacLafferty, C.A. Doty, Charles Gilchrist, W.C. Miles, Jerry Startup, S.S. Somerville; Obituary of August K. Berter; Nice illustrated ad for the Warren Axe and Tool Co. of Warren, PA.; and more. Unmarked. Above-average but not excessive wear. Chips missing from backstrip. Binding intact. A rare surviving issue of this highly informative vintage lumber periodical. 
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The American Contractor Magazine, April 13, 1929, Editor Not Stated
11 Editor Not Stated The American Contractor Magazine, April 13, 1929
Chicago The American Contractor 1929 First American Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
40 pages. Features: Labor efficiency more important than wages; Inspector's salaries on government work; lien law injustice and loose credits; Arbitration to cut cost of disputes; bar joist floors expedite construction - photos of construction of the Lake Shore Hotel at Lakewood, Ohio; Akron Airship hangar presents some interesting steel problems; detailing concrete form work (1); Build school over unvacated roadway - the Joseph Heberle Memorial public school in Cincinnati; Using truck-mounted crane to wreck the Phelps Building in Binghampton, NY to make way for the new First National Bank Building; National wage scales in the trades; Westinghouse ad inside back cover features the Terminal Building in Cleveland, Ohio; The contractor and the courts; New Equipment and materials; Great full-page ad for Acco No. 8 Sash Chain features Chicago's largest apartment building and includes great detailed photos of their product being installed; Nice photo ad for Bates-Truss Joists; and much more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. The nostalgic topics and images are certain to intrigue modern-day contractors. 
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The American Contractor Magazine, June 1, 1929 - Moving Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Chicago, Editor Not Stated
12 Editor Not Stated The American Contractor Magazine, June 1, 1929 - Moving Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Chicago
Chicago The American Contractor 1929 First American Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
40 pages. Features: Dovetail Anchor Slot Co. ad inside front cover features photo of the Provident Mutual Life Insurance Company Building in Philadelphia; Nice full-page ad for the Indiana Limestone Company features photo of the Industrial Trust Co. Building in Providence, RI; Tidewater Red Cypress lumber ad features photo of 40-year-old water tank; Nice photo ad for the Bates-Truss Joists company; Tie-To Insert Company ad features photo of St. Mary's School of Nursing in Milwaukee; vintage Skilsaw ad; Largest Moving Job Successfully Completed - article and fantastic photos document moving the 9,000 ton Our Lady of Lourdes Roman Catholic Church to a new Chicago location; Experiment with new credit structure in Denver, CO; Wear and tear on concrete floors -article with photos; Bookkeeping for the Contractor - part III; The contractor and the courts; Photo of construction of the Murray Wood Products plant at Memphis, TN; Photo of Andrew W. Mellon laying cornerstone of $10 million I.R.S. building in Washington, D.C.; Latest prices of materials; Construction activity this week; Sealed Proposal Announcements; Great illustrated ad for International Harvester inside back cover with image of one of their trucks at work in Chicago; Back cover ad for General Electric features photo of the new home of the Alabama Power Company in Birmingham; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. These nostalgic topics and images are certain to please modern-day contractors. 
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The American Contractor Magazine, May 11, 1929 - Special Safety Issue, Editor Not Stated
13 Editor Not Stated The American Contractor Magazine, May 11, 1929 - Special Safety Issue
Chicago The American Contractor 1929 First American Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
40 pages. Features: Dovetail Anchor Slot Co. photo ad inside front cover features photo of the Sunset Mausoleum at Berkeley, California; Can construction work be made safe?; Keeping up interestin accident prevention; Job precautions are the best safety tactics - article with great vintage illustrations; Underbidding in Florida is ruining business, says builder; The A.G.C. Safety Promotion Program; Accident control in construction work; National Safety Campaign under way; The contractor and the courts; Hawk Co. offers new incenerator; vintage Skilsaw ad; Latest prices of materials; construction activity this week; Sealed proposal announcements; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. Center page loose but present. These nostalgic topics and images are certain to please modern-day contractors. 
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The American Contractor Magazine, May 18, 1929, Editor Not Stated
14 Editor Not Stated The American Contractor Magazine, May 18, 1929
Chicago The American Contractor 1929 First American Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
36 pages. Features: Labor trouble in New York; Definite basis for wage settlement; Opportunity in airport construction; Cuts cost of handling stone - article with nice photos of Youngstown, Ohio Hospital construction; Steel core reinforcing in construction of Denver bus station - article with photos; Concrete volume formula; Bookkeeping for contractors - part I; Why grade-marked lumber?; The contractor and the courts; Mack offer new dump warp-resistant truck body; Oxweld generator; Oldest skyscraper coming down - the Tacoma Building in Chicago comes down - article with photo; Lockout in New York; Nice ad for Bates-Truss Joists; Wonderful full-page photo ad with photos for Gold Metal patent tubular scaffolding; vintage Skilsaw ad; Great full-page ad with photo for Transit System Concrete Mixers; Latest material prices; Building trades wage scales nationwide; Mahon steel roof deck ad on back cover; and much more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. These nostalgic topics and images are certain to intrigue modern-day contractors. 
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The American Contractor Magazine, May 25, 1929, Editor Not Stated
15 Editor Not Stated The American Contractor Magazine, May 25, 1929
Chicago The American Contractor 1929 First American Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
36 pages. Features: Nice cover photo of J.C. Penney warehouse, St. Louis; Great vintage photo full-page ad for the Koehring Dandie cement mixer; Great photo ad for Gypsteel shows construction of the Convention Hall at Atlantic City - the world's largest single span roof; Skilsaw ad; Interesting illustrated ad for Kernerator incineration systems; The New Paxton Hotel in Omaha is featured in an ad for Meyer Steelforms; A residence is constructed beneath a temporary winter shell - the Henry C. Ulen residence in Indiana - article with photo; Bookkeeping for the contractor - II; Improving bidding standards; The contractor and the courts; New Koehring weighing cement mixer; Latest material prices; construction activity this week; sealed proposal announcements; back cover photo ad for high-early-strength universal concrete used to make 50 foot long piles used beneath a highway bridge at Florence, Illinois; and much more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. These nostalgic topics and images are certain to intrigue modern-day contractors. 
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The American Contractor Magazine, May 4, 1929, Editor Not Stated
16 Editor Not Stated The American Contractor Magazine, May 4, 1929
Chicago The American Contractor 1929 First American Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
40 pages. Features: The Sears Roebuck office building in Minneapolis is featured in an ad for the Dovetail Anchor Slot Co. inside front cover; Super full-page photo ad for the Indiana Limestone company features the Palmolive Building in Chicago; Photo ad for Tidewater Red Cypress lumber; Nice pull-page photo ad for the Foley Saw Filer; Photo of the Ambassador Hotel Apartment Building in Milwaukee is featured in an ad for "Tie-To" inserts; Vintage full-page illustrated ad for International Trucks shows dump truck being loaded; vintage Skilsaw ad; The Missouri Pacific Building in St. Louis is featured in an ad for the Bonded Floors Company; Construction Technique in Remodeling - article with photos of how 5 stories were added to a 3-story building in San Francisco for a new department stor; Detailing Concrete Form Work - part V; Arc welding steel buildings and bridges - a review of progress to date and what remains to be done; The contractor and the courts; Latest prices of materials; Construction activity this week; Sealed proposal announcements; Back cover ad for General Electric features image of the Steuben Club Building in Chicago; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. These nostalgic topics and images are certain to please modern-day contractors. 
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Nature Magazine, No. 3474, Vol. 137, Saturday, May 30, 1936 - Reported Occurrence of European Fishes on the Tavoy Coast, Burma, Fox, H.M.; Peierls, R.; Leontovski, M.; Von Halban, H.; Preiswerk, P.; Meksyn, D.; Travers, M.; Seddon, R.; Coppock, J.; Et al
17 Fox, H.M.; Peierls, R.; Leontovski, M.; Von Halban, H.; Preiswerk, P.; Meksyn, D.; Travers, M.; Seddon, R.; Coppock, J.; Et al Nature Magazine, No. 3474, Vol. 137, Saturday, May 30, 1936 - Reported Occurrence of European Fishes on the Tavoy Coast, Burma
London Macmillan & Co., Ltd. 1936 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Pages 883-920 plus outer layer of 8 pages of ads. Features: Metabolism of cold-blooded animals in different latitudes; Interpretation of Shankland's Experiment; Colour of the luminous background of the extra-galactic nebulae; Cross-section measurements with slow neutrons of different velocities; Structure of neutrons and beta-disintegration; Thermal decomposition of acetaldehyde and ethylene oxides - existence of short-lived intermediates; Absorption spectra and linkage of inorganic salts in the vapour state; Isotope displacement in the arc spectrum of platinum; Reported occurrence of European fishes on the Tavoy Coast, Burma; Darwin's Cavernularia; A colour reaction for the detection and determination of Vitamin D.; X-ray study of myosin; Ascorbic acid in paroxysmal haemoglobinuria; and more. Binding intact. Average external soiling and wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, April (Apr.) 7, 1963 - Cover Photos of Charles De Gaulle, Fuchs, Victor R.; Crankshaw, Edward; Baker, Russell; O'Donnell, James; Lewis, Anthony; Russell, Bertrand; Schneider, P.E.; Humphrey, Hubert H.; Ashforth, Albert; Weston, Marybeth; Cook, Fred J.; Wechsberg, Joseph; Tabori, Paul
18 Fuchs, Victor R.; Crankshaw, Edward; Baker, Russell; O'Donnell, James; Lewis, Anthony; Russell, Bertrand; Schneider, P.E.; Humphrey, Hubert H.; Ashforth, Albert; Weston, Marybeth; Cook, Fred J.; Wechsberg, Joseph; Tabori, Paul The New York Times Magazine, April (Apr.) 7, 1963 - Cover Photos of Charles De Gaulle
New York The New York Times 1963 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Block, Ruth; Olson, Clark; Ajay; Doty, Roy; Adams, Molly; Huehnergarth, John; Anderson, Doug; Einhorn, Ben; Muench, Josef; Leone; Singer; Pascal; Liebman, Oscar; Rose, Carl; Derujinsky, Gleb 
200 pages. Features: Cover photos of Charles de Gaulle; Attractive fashion ads; One-page RCA Victor ad for Sid Caesar's album "Little Me" says "Sex, Caesar and Song"; Peugeot 404 ad; Fallacies and Facts About Automation; Photos of scenes in France; A Long Look at Stalin Ten Years Later - remembered as 'a man who did dreadful things but built a great power'; Fourteen Clues to Washington News - article on Washington correspondents with nice photo of JFK at press conference; The Brave 'Buddelers' of Berlin - photo-illustrated article on the daring escapes by tunnel by refugees from Communist Germany; What Drives Bobby Kennedy (RFK)?; Is Communism a Menace? - Bertrand Russell's Answer; The Crime of Art-Napping - famous paintings around the world are being stolen; Hubert Humphrey's ideas for making legislators more effective; The Number of Special-Purpose Organixations (Clubs) is on the Upswing; Photos and illustrations from Victorian times; Beautiful one-page color-photo Monet Jewelry ad; Spokesman for Darwin, and for Science; General Tom Thumb's Fairy-Tale Wedding; Photo of Charles Sherwood Stratton (General Tom Thumb) at age 18; What Makes a Safer Driver Safe?; Quest for the Best Hotel in the World; Radiant color-photo centerfold ad for Wamsutta features five gorgeous models in dresses; Stiffel Lamps ad; Nice one-page ad for the 1963 Ford Mercury Comet Sportster hardtop - white two-door with sheepdog in front; Macy's Home Food Service; United States Lines ad features color photos of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald BAlcom with Mrs. Andre Embiricos plus Mr. Barry Bingham, Miss Carrie Anna Crockett, Mr. Richard Lewis and Miss Suzanne Francoeur; Sketches of the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge under construction; Photos of Navy Seals in training; Fashion photos of women's exotic head wrappings; Plight of the brand new parent; Photos of fireplaces used as furniture; Crossword completed in pencil; Pfaff sewing machine ad entitled 'pfun'. Please note that page 113/14 is missing, otherwise this copy shows average wear and is unmarked. An interesting vintage copy 
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Radio Craft, and Popular Electronics, Incorporating Short Wave Craft, Television News, Radio and Television, July 1945, Volume XVI, No. 10 - Alex Schomburg Cover Art, Gernsback, H.; Lewis, R.; Schwab, L.Jr.; Queen, I.; Thomas, E.; Carlson, O.; Kearney, J.; Hoefler, D.; Altomare, R.; Hagen, L.; King, J.; Alben, M.; Melvin, B.; Embree, B.; Davis, F.; Bohr, E.Rhita, N.; et al
19 Gernsback, H.; Lewis, R.; Schwab, L.Jr.; Queen, I.; Thomas, E.; Carlson, O.; Kearney, J.; Hoefler, D.; Altomare, R.; Hagen, L.; King, J.; Alben, M.; Melvin, B.; Embree, B.; Davis, F.; Bohr, E.Rhita, N.; et al Radio Craft, and Popular Electronics, Incorporating Short Wave Craft, Television News, Radio and Television, July 1945, Volume XVI, No. 10 - Alex Schomburg Cover Art
Springfield MA, USA Radcraft Publications Inc. 1945 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Schomburg, Alex (cover) 
Pages 539-610. Features: Cover art by Alex Schomburg supports the 7th War loan to 'finish the Nips'; Prescient Editorial entitled "Radio-Light' says "We are still at thevery beginning of the radio and electronic arts. The greatest and undreamt of applications lie as yet in the future. There is sttill much unknown territory in the electromagnetic spectrum which holds out great promist."; Air Radio Mechanic - a great career opportunity;; Television and the Amateur; No Selectivity in This Radio - the Panoramoscope; Motorola Handie-Talkie; "Photopulse"; FM U.H.F. Converter for Pre-War Radios; Cathode-Ray Photo Tests; Handie and Walkie Combat Portables; Tuning on the U.H.F.; Cathode Followers; Disc-Seal Tubes; Broadcast Equipment, Part IX; An Electronic "Omnichecker," Part I; Condensers; Re-activator Saves Tubes; Non-Priority Code Recorder; 32-Volt Receiver for Small Plants; Fixed -Bias Voltage Supply; Carry-Around Receiver; Cylinders for Better Sound. Nice one-page Echophone ad features illustration of scantily-clad young lady; One-page Radio Corporation of America (RCA) ad includes inset photo of Dr. V.K. Zworykin and E.W. Engstrom examining an Iconoscope or television "eye"; Photo-illustrated Meissner Manufacturing ad says "There' no let down in Mt. Carmel (Illinois); Interference-free Fluorescent Installation at World Broadcasting System studio in New York; Great photo-illustrated letter from George Coffee of Providence, R.I. shows his wife using a Talkie-Backie (car phone). Nice photo-illustrated ad on back cover for Galvin Manufacturing illustrates California's use of Motorola Radiotelephone F-M (FM) units and Motorola Radio automatic relay stations by the California Highway Patrol. Average wear. Writing atop front cover. World-Wide Station list has been clipped from page 570 and is not included. 1/4 of page 601 has been removed, otherwise a worthy vintage copy. 
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Radio Craft, and Popular Electronics, Incorporating Short Wave Craft, Television News, Radio and Television, July 1945, Volume XVI, No. 10 - Alex Schomburg Cover Art, Gernsback, H.; Skinner, E.; Straede, J.; Edmonds, D.; Pannill, C.; Keillor, Scotty; Hoefler, D.; Kearney, J.; Havenhill, R.; Altomare, R.; Queen, I.; Huff, R.; King, J.; Et al
20 Gernsback, H.; Skinner, E.; Straede, J.; Edmonds, D.; Pannill, C.; Keillor, Scotty; Hoefler, D.; Kearney, J.; Havenhill, R.; Altomare, R.; Queen, I.; Huff, R.; King, J.; Et al Radio Craft, and Popular Electronics, Incorporating Short Wave Craft, Television News, Radio and Television, July 1945, Volume XVI, No. 10 - Alex Schomburg Cover Art
Springfield MA, USA Radcraft Publications Inc. 1945 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Schomburg, Alex (cover) 
Pages 611-678. Features: Fantastic cover art by Alex Schomburg illustrates thousand-mile lifeboat radio being put to use; Microwaves - part I; Yesterday's Circuits; Parasitic Oscillations, Part I; New Lifeboat Radio; World's Biggest "Portable" Radio - U.S. Signal Corps H.Q. for the west front in Europe uses a 60 kilowatt radio housed in 17 large trailers - article with illustrations ; Battle Radio Tricks; Oscilloscopes for Trainees; Broadcast Equipment, Part X; Radio Filter Circuits; A "Jewell" Ohmeter; An Electronic Ohmichecker, Part II; Tube Replacements, Part I; Radio Repair in Bed - Self-taught Wesley A. Rushing of Laurel, Mississippi is one of the most expert radio repairmen in the south - even though he has been bed-ridden for seven years! - article with photo; Repairs with Resistors; A Pair of Useful Circuits; Power Supply Stabilizing Unit; Remote Control for your Receiver; Midget Amplifier; Photo-illustrated Meissner ad says "It's Fun to Live and Work in Mt. Carmel, Ill; War-themed Detrola Radio ad on back cover shows German swastika tarket shattered, and beside it a growling 'Jap' target above the word 'Next!'; and much more. List of World Stations has been clipped from page 644. Clipping from page 674 has removed part of the list of advertisers. Average wear. Writing atop front cover. A worthy vintage copy. 
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