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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, September (Sept.) 23, 1961 - Tom Dooley's Left-Hand Man, Dr. Ronald Wintrob / Conscription / Curbing Sex Crimes Before They Happen, Atlee, Dr. Harold Benge; Breslin, Cathie; Smily, Powell; Allen, R.; Grant, T.; Russell, F.; Allen, R.T.
1 Atlee, Dr. Harold Benge; Breslin, Cathie; Smily, Powell; Allen, R.; Grant, T.; Russell, F.; Allen, R.T. Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, September (Sept.) 23, 1961 - Tom Dooley's Left-Hand Man, Dr. Ronald Wintrob / Conscription / Curbing Sex Crimes Before They Happen
Canada Maclean Hunter 1961 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
78 pages. Features: One-page Toronto-Dominion Bank ad features large portrait of Mme. Marie Curie; One-page Craven "A" cigarette ad features photo of bare-shouldered sultry blonde; One-page colour photo ad for General Motors buses; Why Surgeons Operate - a doctor explains the subtle forces impelling his colleagues to reach for the scalpel - whether or not the patient needs it; Dr. Ronald Wintrob - photo-illustrated article of his medical adventure in the far east with Tom Dooley, MEDICO, jungle disease in Laos, and guerrilla war; Trade Secrets of a Professional Fund Raiser; Italian Gardens, in Toronto's northern suburbs - photo-illustrated article; Conscription - the bone in Canada's throat has choked off national unity twice in the 20th century; Photos of canoe racing in Mooney's Bay, near Ottawa; Clinic to Curb Sex Crimes Before They Happen; Glossy colour four-page centrefold insert advertises Algoma Steel's continued expansion; The Brave New Transistorized (Radio) World; Two-page colour ad for Remington Rand typewriters; Nice colour one-page Labatt's 50 ad features sailing scene; Pretty model in Pitney-Bowes postage meter colour-photo ad; Brief anecdote entitled "The army 'plot' that soaked Mackenzie King'; Colour-photo ad for IBM's Executary; What red scientist Dr. Mikhail Klotchko didn't know about our science; Eskimo Co-ops; The (federal) Tory Future Looks Bright; Nice Labatt's Pilsener beer colour-photo ad inside back cover features magician and his beautiful assistant; Back cover colour-photo Coke ad suggests a lemon garnish; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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This Week Magazine, June 20, 1965 - Insert to the Boston Sunday Herald: Claudia Cardinale Cover Photo, Block, Jean Libman; Rattner, Joan; Weisinger, Mort; MacDonald, John D.; Paddleford, Clementine; Nathanson, Don Paul; Rice, Charlie; Lane, Judy
2 Block, Jean Libman; Rattner, Joan; Weisinger, Mort; MacDonald, John D.; Paddleford, Clementine; Nathanson, Don Paul; Rice, Charlie; Lane, Judy This Week Magazine, June 20, 1965 - Insert to the Boston Sunday Herald: Claudia Cardinale Cover Photo
USA United Newspapers Magazine Corporation / The Boston Herald 1965 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Ornitz; Kossin, Sanford 
16 pages. Features: Lovely color cover photo of Claudia Cardinale - Girl in the Park; Medical Hypnotism - Part I; Westport's Other Mother - Patricia O'Regan Brown of Westport, CT has started a club called "The Junior Years" to help girls grow up; Taste For Mischief (fiction); Quick and Easy Dessert Recipes; Q&A; My Son, My Son - Don Paul Nathanson's idea to help sons measure up to their fathers; "I Can Never Tell A Joke" - great lines by Groucho Marx, Victor Borge and Sam Goldwyn. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this special vintage issue. 
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Hearst's International Magazine, April 1924 - The Masons and the Klan, Blood, L.; Maugham, W. Somerset; Kyne, P.; Fitzgerald, F. Scott; Mason, A.; Perry, L.; De Kruif, P.; Jameson, H.; James, M.; Glavis, L.Strong, A.; Dell, R.; Wells, H.G.
3 Blood, L.; Maugham, W. Somerset; Kyne, P.; Fitzgerald, F. Scott; Mason, A.; Perry, L.; De Kruif, P.; Jameson, H.; James, M.; Glavis, L.Strong, A.; Dell, R.; Wells, H.G. Hearst's International Magazine, April 1924 - The Masons and the Klan
USA The International Magazine Company 1924 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Benda, W.T. (Wladyslaw Theodor): Cover; Rowe, Guy (Giro) - Jell-O ad; Flagg, James Montgomery; Cornwell, Dean; Allen, J.E.; Raleigh, H.; Robinson, D.; Wright, G.; Welsh, W.; Louderback, W.; Schabelitz, R.; Stoops, H.; Morgan, W. 
162 pages. Features: Gorgeous cover illustration of redhead by W.T. Benda; Nice color Jell-O ad inside front cover by Guy (Giro) Rowe; Victrola ad features illustrations of Martinelli, Bori and Ruffo; One-page ad for the New Hudson Sedan; Grover Cleveland Bergdoll Surrenders to the American Legion - fascinating photo-illustrated article written by the man who returned him to the U.S. (part 1); The Letter - story by W.S. Maugham; An Appeal to Decent Drinkers - fascinating article by Gifford Pinchot on the morality of supporting the trade in illegal alcohol during prohibition; The House of the Arrow - mystery novel; The Internationalist - love story; Tuberculosis - Cured by the Sun - article by Paul H. de Kruif, Ph.D.; The Play Actor (fiction); To Stop War Draft Wealth - remarkably prescient article by Marquis James proposes that if wealthy classes knew their factories would give them little profit if war started, these classes would see that no war occured; The Dog-Barking Navigator (fiction); The Masons and the Ku Klux Klan - the controversy over Masons also being members of the Klan; Diamond Dick - and the First Law of a Woman, by F. Scott Fitzgerald; Stalin - Russia's Leading Politician - fascinating early photo-illustrated look at the man who dominated the Soviet Union for decades; Tongues of Flame - a novel of conflict; France's Only Statesman - photo-illustrated article on Joseph Caillaux; Araby - a Tale of the Isles of the East Beyond the East; Home is the Sailor - new stories of Phoebe and Ernest and their children; My Life, by Mary Garden - true talk about matters personal (with photo); The Dream - fiction by H. G. Wells; Who Deserves a Servant? - an interesting and thoughtful article on the subject of domestic workers; One Born Every Minute - fiction; Garrulities of an Octogenarian Editor, by Henry Holt; Nice red and black one-page Campbell's Vegetable Soup ad; One-page illustrated Chevrolet ad for the Superior Utility Coupe; One-page orange and black ad for the Goodrich Balloon Cord tire; Nice one-page two-color ad for Royal Typewriters is illustrated by David Robinson; Nice one-page photo ad for Listerine features quizical young lady and caption "This can't apply to me!"; Resinal soap and ointment ad; Forhan's ad with baseball theme; Classy one-page L.T. Piver ad; Nice 2/3-page Coke ad features lady in white coat and dress; One-page photo ad for Fleischmann's Yeast; Great one-page Thopson-Barlow Co. ad features young model in the Madame X Reducing Girdle; Orange and black ad for Way Sagless Spring Co. inside back cover; Nostalgic back cover ad for Mulsified shampoo features curly young lady's hair being inspected by her beau. Approx. 0.75" x 3" of loss to upper corner of front cover, otherwise unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A sound and complete copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
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The Saturday Evening Post, July 23, 1960 - Rock Hudson / Oral Polio Vaccine, Boles, Paul Darcy; Sturdy, John Rhodes; Temple, Willard; Knapp, Daniel; Frank, Pat; Martin, Pete; Wessel, Milton R.; Niebuhr, Reinhold; Kelland, C.B.; Gardner, E.S.; Et al
4 Boles, Paul Darcy; Sturdy, John Rhodes; Temple, Willard; Knapp, Daniel; Frank, Pat; Martin, Pete; Wessel, Milton R.; Niebuhr, Reinhold; Kelland, C.B.; Gardner, E.S.; Et al The Saturday Evening Post, July 23, 1960 - Rock Hudson / Oral Polio Vaccine
USA Curtis 1960 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Keighley, Larry (photography); Lewicki (cover); D'Andrea, Bernard; Borack, S.; Bomberger, Bruce 
92 pages. Short Stories: The Magic Lane; Captain Ashore; Girl in the Middle; The Boy and the Bear. Articles: Are We Safe From Our Own Bombs? - with amazing photo of downed C-124 Globemaster which crashed carrying three H-bombs, plus several other amazing crash photos; I Call on Rock Hudson - with nice color photos; How We Bagged the Mafia (conclusion); Oral Polio Vaccine - The Best Yet?; The Friendly Americans - Prakash C. Jain of India concludes we are very nice people; Adventures of the Mind - The Religious Traditions of Our Nation; The Face of America - Moving Day - great color photos of Mrs. Kathryn C. Sutton's home being moved from its original location in Bridgewater, PA; The Love Life of a Shy Bird - rare photo of a hen woodcock atop her egges. Serials: The Secret of Sidewinder Gulch (part 4 of 7); The Case of the Duplicate Daughter (conclusion). Ads: Hotpoint Fridges (inside front cover); Boeing 720; Acushnet Golf Balls; Firestone Tires; Bayer Aspirin; RCA Whirlpool Gass Appliances; Hamm's Beer; Morris 1000 car; 1960 Chevrolet Trucks - two-page color ad; Schlitz Beer - color centerfold; Shasta Soda; Two-page GM Diesel ad features great large photo of Euclid scraper at work; US Savings Bonds; B.F. Goodrich Tires - two color pages; Dial Soap; L&M Cigarettes (back cover). Above-average but not excessive wear. Some discoloration to back cover. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Saturday Evening Post, August 30, 1958 - Maurice Chevalier / John Diefenbaker / Iconic Norman Rockwell Knothole Cover Illustration, Boulle, Pierre; Jensen, Eileen; Forrest, Williams; Craig, Robert; Moore, James Merriam; MacKaye, Milton; Pearse, Ben; Maxwell, James A.; Gustafson, Philip; Martin, Pete; Gibson, Althea; Albrand, Martha; Lanham, Edwin
5 Boulle, Pierre; Jensen, Eileen; Forrest, Williams; Craig, Robert; Moore, James Merriam; MacKaye, Milton; Pearse, Ben; Maxwell, James A.; Gustafson, Philip; Martin, Pete; Gibson, Althea; Albrand, Martha; Lanham, Edwin The Saturday Evening Post, August 30, 1958 - Maurice Chevalier / John Diefenbaker / Iconic Norman Rockwell Knothole Cover Illustration
USA Curtis 1958 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Rockwell, Norman (cover); Jones, Carroll; Harris, R.G.; Bingham, James R.; Storm, R.F.; Riley, Ken; 
80 pages. Short Stories: The Temptation of Father Montoire; The Susceptible Blonde; Marriage Crisis; Hurricane Rescue; The Man Who Bought People. Articles: Canada's Amazing Prime Minister, John George Diefenbaker; Spare Parts for Defective Hearts - plastic valves devised by Dr. Charles A. Hufnagel; What's For Breakfast? - Brennan's restaurant in the French Quarter of New Orleans; How We Would Strike Back - the story of the tightly-guarded Zaragoza Air Force Base and its tense crews who wait for the alarm to fly their H-bombers; I Call on Maurice Chevalier; I Wanted to Be Somebody - part 2 - Althea Gibson Nearly Gave Up Tennis; The face of America - Wheat in the Street - amazing color photo of storing wheat harvest in the main street of Snyder, OK. Serials: A Day in Monte Carlo (part 5 of 6); I Married Murder (conclusion). Ads: Magnificent one-page color-photo Cadillac ad features a white sedan; Salem cigarettes; Viceroy cigarettes; Nice two-page color ad for a red Brookwood 6-passenger station wagon; Cooper Tires ad features photo of Hell Drivers in action; U.S. Savings Bonds; De Beers diamonds; Partially soiled Coke ad on back cover features numerous sailing photos. Average wear. Center two pages loose but present. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Saturday Evening Post,, April (Apr.) 25, 1959 -  I Lost My Wife, Linda Beech, to Tokyo TV, Bracken, P.; Carroll, J.; Temple, W.; Cave, H.; Martin, H.; Ford, C.; Beech, K.; Bradshaw, G.; Silverman, M.; Ridder, W.; Schoenstein, R.Cross, J.; Cook W.
6 Bracken, P.; Carroll, J.; Temple, W.; Cave, H.; Martin, H.; Ford, C.; Beech, K.; Bradshaw, G.; Silverman, M.; Ridder, W.; Schoenstein, R.Cross, J.; Cook W. The Saturday Evening Post,, April (Apr.) 25, 1959 - I Lost My Wife, Linda Beech, to Tokyo TV
USA Curtis 1959 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Mayan, Earl (cover); Grehan, Farrell; Meyers, Robert; Grehan, Farrell; Ard, Kurt; Moore, Robert; Mayan, Earl 
124 pages. Short Stories: What Husbands Don't Know; Secret in Her Past; Love-Struck; Terror in the Town. Articles: The Men Who Chase Missiles - our 'down-range" island outposts follow our missiles after takeoff - article with great photos; The Day Nothing Happened; I Lost My Wife to Tokyo TV - Linda Beech becomes the sensation of Japanese TV - article with great photos; The Secrets of the Souffle; Medicine's Legal Nightmare - Conclusion - The Source of the Trouble; Hustling Hubert Humphrey Makes His Bid; The Block I Lived On - Great New York article by Ralph Schoenstein relives his childhood days - with photo of Joe DiMaggio. Serials: The Dark Road (part 3 of 6); Comanche Captives (conclusion). Ads: Nice photo ad for a (red) 1959 Rambler station wagon inside front cover; GE kitchen appliances; Nice color Bulova Sea King ad; Robt. Burns Cigarillos; Caterpillar; Ipana Plus; Gem Push-Button Razors; Nice two-page color-photo Chevrolet ad features a blue Impala Sport Sedan; Marlboro cigarette ad entitled "Better 'makin's", features man with tatto on his smoking hand; Frigidaire fridge ad; Campbell's Cream of Potato Soup; Lucky Struke ad features photo of fire spotter at work; very nice two-page color ad for the line fo International trucks; Pep O Mint Lifesavers; Dristan; Johnson outboard motors; Dial Soap; Whirlpool appliances (2 color pages); Stanley Tools; Lowe Brothers Paints; Plumb Hammers; Tecumseh engines; Black & Decker Appliances; Gene Sarazen is pictured in a W.D. Allen sprinkler ad; Chore-master mowers; REO mowers; Portland Cement Association ad features color photo of Bob Hope; Instant Simoniz car wax; Royal Crown Cola; Nice color photo Buick ad features 1959 orangish convertible at sunset; Nice Chrysler ad inside back cover features a pale-green 4-Door Hardtop; L&M cigarette ad on back cover features organ grinder's monkey; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Saturday Evening Post, March 23, 1957 -  Victor Borge / Operation Sharkbait / Preventing Premature Births, Case, Victoria; Ruhen, Olaf; Brimmer, Lenor & Kenneth; Mayse, Arthur; Yoder, Robert; Smith, Beverly; Hauser, Ernest; Libler, John; Borge, Victor; Blair, Col. Charles F. Jr.; Wolf, Bill; Von Rosenstiel, W.; Le May, Alan; Case, Robert
7 Case, Victoria; Ruhen, Olaf; Brimmer, Lenor & Kenneth; Mayse, Arthur; Yoder, Robert; Smith, Beverly; Hauser, Ernest; Libler, John; Borge, Victor; Blair, Col. Charles F. Jr.; Wolf, Bill; Von Rosenstiel, W.; Le May, Alan; Case, Robert The Saturday Evening Post, March 23, 1957 - Victor Borge / Operation Sharkbait / Preventing Premature Births
USA The Curtis Publishing Company 1957 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Clymer, John (cover); Langley, Alex; Harris, R.G.; Rabut, Paul; Hilbery, Bob; Conner, Mac; Otnes, Fred; 
126 pages. Fiction: Problem Mother; The Face of Death; First Baby; The Forbidden Island; Kiowa Moon (part 2 of 7); The Golden Shadow (conclusion). Articles: How an Amblance Chaser Works - other people's accidents make him money; If a President Collapses - proposed solutions to the problem of what to do if/when a President falls ill; The Face of America - The Golden Triangle - large color photo of the Monongahela meeting the Allegheny River; We are on the Spot in Spain - Franco's dictatorship rests on a powder keg; Premature Births Can Be Prevented - Releasin is used to delay labor - with photo of Mrs. Lorraine Yarsinsky and her triplets; Everybody Laughs at Me - Victor Borge - par 6 of 7 - his feud with Rudy Vallee, and the day he was arrested as a spy; We Flew Operation Sharkbait - Col. Charles F. Blair, Jr., USAF Res. recounts the harrowing tension-filled hoursin a jet fighter that spanned the Atlantic on a hush-hush test flight - the first Great Circle Route flight to Europe in a Thunderstreak Interceptor; Fishing at its Fanciest - article and great color photos from Palm Beach; My Ware with the Army - W.H. Von Rosenstiel got no mail for three months so went over his colonel's head - with astounding results; Should your child be a Librarian? Ads: Winston cigarettes (taste good); Pream coffee; Amana fridges (very nostalgic); Hart Schaffner & Marx clothing - with color photos of Dr. Joyce Brothers and Hal March of the $64,000 Question; 'Eggs Belong in Breakfast'; Presto appliances; Nice 1-page color ad for Boeing's 707; Ford cars - two-page color photo; Westinghouse washer - the famous 'sand test'; Tareyton; Pontiac cars - nice yellow Super Chief two-door hardtop; Baldwin Organs; GMC Air Suspension Tractors - two color pages; Union Pacific Railroad Vacations; RCA TV Service; Underwood Typewriters (golden gloves); Allis-Chalmers - 2-page ad showing their cement plant; USS United States Steel with illustration of futuristic bridge; GMAC color photo ad with old ladies telling young mom what to do; Nice two-page Borg-Warner ad in 'believe-it-or-not' format; Nice one-page color Pepsi adshows young painting couple; Magnavox High Fidelity TVs; MacGregor baseball gloves - featuring Red Schoendienst; GM two-page photo ad features Amanda, Ohio, home of GM supplier Mid-West Fabricating - with photos of Stanton Johns, Francis and Helen Crago, Dick Young, and L.E. Conrad; Evinrude outboard motors - nice color-photo ad; Ponderosa Pine Windows; Anchor Fence; IBM Selectric Typewriters; Santa Fe Super Chief; Briggs & Stratton engines; Nice Viceroy cigarette ad features bowler Don Carter; Chrysler 4-door hardtop Windsor - color photo; Betty Crocker Li'l Angel Food Cake Mix ad on back cover. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Saturday Evening Post, June 11, 1960 -  My Friend, Trotsky's Assassin / Actor Laurence Harvey, Combs, Prentiss; McKenna, Richard; Sercombe, Ronald; Cave, Hugh B.; Wilhelm, Marion Bell; Pearse, Ben; Martin, Pete; Johnson, Gerald W.; Alexander, Jack; Kobler, John; Paxton, Harry T.; Gardner, E.S.; Cloete, Stuart
8 Combs, Prentiss; McKenna, Richard; Sercombe, Ronald; Cave, Hugh B.; Wilhelm, Marion Bell; Pearse, Ben; Martin, Pete; Johnson, Gerald W.; Alexander, Jack; Kobler, John; Paxton, Harry T.; Gardner, E.S.; Cloete, Stuart The Saturday Evening Post, June 11, 1960 - My Friend, Trotsky's Assassin / Actor Laurence Harvey
USA Curtis 1960 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Hughes, George; Smith, J. Frederick; Buell, Al; Stevens, Peter; Bingham, James R.; 
136 pages. Short Stories: Swamp Girl; Hour of Panic; Return From Nowhere; Hard of Heart. Articles: My Friend, Trotsky's Assassin - Jacques Mornard - with numerous photos; Rockety-Happy Kids at Camp A.P. Hill artillery range in Virginia; I Call on Actor Laurence Harvey - with photos; Adventures of the Mind, 54 - The U.S. Presidencyy; Germany's Enchanted Black Forest - with color photos; The Face of America - The Grandeur That Was - great color photo of the Old Tyson place at Lowndesboro, Alabama; The Mystery of the Palatine Light - this photo-illustrated article investigates an enduring legend of murder and mayhem on Block Island 120 miles from Manhattan; Is Baseball Comedy Dead? - great comedic photos of baseball stars - with article discussing the contention that modern major-leaguers have become too serious. Serials: The Case of the Duplicate Daughter (part 2 of 8); Journey into Danger (part 6 of 8). Ads: Westinghouse Center Drawer Refrigerator; Chevrolet Power Steering; Glidden House Paint (2 pages); Chrysler Certified Car Care; Northern Tissue (two pages); Studebaker Lark - nice color photo with fire truck); Campbell's Soup; Corvair; Chryslter - fantastic one-page color photo of a white New Yorker convertible on beach; Brownie 8 Movie Camera; Fantastic 2-page colour photo 7up ad shows young blond making ice cream float for five young men; Ford Galaxie; International Trucks; Morris 1000 car; Nice two-page color Chevrolet ad featuring a 1960 Pontiac Bonneville Sustom Safari catching the ferry to Isle Royale National Park in Lake Superior; Newport cigarettes; Great one-page color-photo Smirnoff ad featuring Joan Fontaine and her husband, Collier Young; Orange Crush; Admiral portable TVs - 19" portable; Renault Dauphine; Borden's Peach Blossom Ice Cream; De Beers Diamonds; Papst Beer - with color photo of piano player and stage entertainers; Amity Wallets; Dodge Dart Car (inside back cover). Above-average wear. Unmarked. Not pretty but a worthy vintage copy. 
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The Times History and Encyclopaedia of the War, Part 215, October (Oct.) 17, 1918 *The Truth About Trench Fever* - Medical Science and the Pests of War, Correspondents of The Times
9 Correspondents of The Times The Times History and Encyclopaedia of the War, Part 215, October (Oct.) 17, 1918 *The Truth About Trench Fever* - Medical Science and the Pests of War
London The Times 1918 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Topics: Tropical medicine before the war; the new efforts; insects and public health; Flies and Mosquitoes; Malaria; Its prevention secured; Bubonic Plague and Rats; The Rat Flea; Prevention of the Plague; The Tsetse Fly; Trench Fever; The Disease and its Cause; The Battle Against Lice; New Discoveries; Infection of Volunteers; Trench Fever and Soldiers' Heart; Treatment; Other Parasites; The Stimulus of War and Public Health. Quite a detailed treatment of the topic with dozens of black and white photos and diagrams. Very informative. Average wear. Bit of liquid paper on front cover else unmarked. Binding intact. A sound copy. 
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The Saturday Evening Post,, June 6, 1959 -  The Untold Story of Little Rock, Crisp, N.; Stearns, C.; Sturdy, J.; Murphy, R.; Baum, A.; Lake, A.; Meyers, F.; Hauser, E.; Munzel, E.; Frank, S.; Blossom, V.; Smith, B.; Hawkins, W.; Gardner, E.
10 Crisp, N.; Stearns, C.; Sturdy, J.; Murphy, R.; Baum, A.; Lake, A.; Meyers, F.; Hauser, E.; Munzel, E.; Frank, S.; Blossom, V.; Smith, B.; Hawkins, W.; Gardner, E. The Saturday Evening Post,, June 6, 1959 - The Untold Story of Little Rock
USA Curtis 1959 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Rockwell, Norman (cover); Fields, Jack; Briggs, Austin; Bomberger, Bruce; Jones, Robert; 
124 pages. Short Stories: Hero with a Past; Surprise on the Desert; Night Ferry; The Lady and the Brute. Articles: Why Auto Insurance Costs So Much; The Doctors Who Make Children Grow - pediatric endocrinologists; Act of Compassion - F. de Sales Meyers, a WWII submariner,destroyed Japanese merchant shipping; Golden Isles of the Aegean - lovely Greek isle color photos; A Visit With boss of the Chicago White Sox, Bill Veeck; The Untold Story of Little Rock (part 3) - Faubus makes his move - photo-illustrated article on the first day of school when the National Guard ringed Central High and kept Negroes out; He Knows Where Your Money Goes - Secretary of the Treasury, Robert Anderson; Photo of Conductor Jacob Avshalomov at work. Serials: Island of Hate (part 1 of 5); The Case of the Mythical Monkeys (part 6 of 8). Ads: Movie "Say One For Me"; Graceful Chrysler Imperial ad features a maroon Le Baron 4-door Silvercrest Landau; GE Air Conditioners; Dutch Boy House Paint; Huge two-page Marlboro ad promotes their flip-top box; Dial Soap; Kraft Cracker Barrel Cheese; Campbell's Bean with Bacon Soup; AC Oil Filter ad featuring color photo of Victor Borge at the piano; Pall Mall cigarette ad; De Soto ad featuring its push-button transmision and a Firedome 4-door Sportsman; General Telephone; Band-Aid; Palmolive; Great two-page color photo 7up ad shows boy in backyard recliner; Kodak cameras; Swimquip pool equipment; Mopar parts; Vauxhall; L&M cigarette ad features James Arness in his 'Gunsmoke' attire offering a light to Miss Kitty(?); Nice two-page color photo Chevrolet ad features a silver Kingswood station wagon - with young boy hanging out back window as his mother drives!; Whitman's chocolates; Florida tourism; Mazola; Bulova; Johnson Outboards; Schlitz Beer; Smith-Corona Typewriters; Caterpillar ad features color photo of Al C. Church, Florida State Highway Engineer at Miami Beach; Norelco shavers; Nice color ad for McGregor sportswear; Nice color Coke ad on back covers features icy class and small image of soda fountain below. and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, February (Feb.) 14, 1971 -  Indira Gandhi / Malpractice Suits, Halberstam, Michael J.; Moraes, Dom; Swados, Harvey; Getlein, Frank; Claiborne, Craig; Morris, Bernadine; Skurka, Norma
11 Halberstam, Michael J.; Moraes, Dom; Swados, Harvey; Getlein, Frank; Claiborne, Craig; Morris, Bernadine; Skurka, Norma The New York Times Magazine, February (Feb.) 14, 1971 - Indira Gandhi / Malpractice Suits
New York The New York Times 1971 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Gescheidt, Alfred; Satyan; Tames, George; Tames, George; Roth, Arnold; Satyan; Baldev; Goldsmith, Bill 
80 pages. Features: Beautiful color fashion ads; The Doctor's New Dilemma - 'Will I Be Sued?'; Indira Gandhi - photo-illustrated article; The Joys and Terrors of Sending the Kids to College; President Nixon has made 'the most solid contribution to the arts of any President since F.D.R.'; Photos of the Washington, DC apartment of Subhash Paranjpe; One-page color-photo ad for an authentic brass cuspidor (spittoon). Average wear. A sound copy of this vintage issue. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, June 1938 - Sir Herbert Barker / In "Bohemia", Healy, W.; Stewart, Dr. H.; Hansen, N.; L'Ami, C.; Castlen, L.; Gribble, L.; Brown, R.; Atlee, B.; Batley, V.
12 Healy, W.; Stewart, Dr. H.; Hansen, N.; L'Ami, C.; Castlen, L.; Gribble, L.; Brown, R.; Atlee, B.; Batley, V. National Home Monthly Magazine, June 1938 - Sir Herbert Barker / In "Bohemia"
Winnipeg National Home Monthly / Stovel 1938 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Smith, Hal (cover); Watson, Emmett; Holmgren, John; Clymer, John; Burke, May C.; Smith, Ralph C.; Diamond, Samuel; Phillips, John 
60 pages. Features: Nice colver illustration of Bride on green background; Charming colour-photo ad for Sweet Caporal cigarettes inside front cover shows two well-dressed ladies walking dog; Brief news article on Russia refers to "the wholesale butchering of men who were Stalin's chief associates for years but came to be regarded as him as rivalsor as obstacles to his being a more autocratic ruler than any Czar ever was."; Nice one-page Maxwell House coffee illustrated ad; The Call to National Defence; Testing Canadian Democracy; The Peril of Czechoslovakia; Economic Demobilization; Salvage (part I of short story); Payoff (short story); The Autobiography of Sir Herbert Barker - part I on the manipulative surgeon who was for 20 years sneered at as "Barker the Bone Setter"; The Bogus Artist (short story); Desert Promise (short story); In Beautiful Bohemia - photo-illustrated article on Czechoslovakia written shortly before Germany's recent annexation of Austria;; The 3 Daughters of De Monaye (short story); Royal and Ancient Gossip - Golf article with photos of C. Ross Somerville, Heather Leslie and Harry Cooper, plus marvelous colour photo of Mrs. John A. Rogers of Winnipeg and Mrs. Eric Phillips of Oshawa at the Niakwa Club; Palmolive soap article includes illustration of the Dionne Quints; Movies news and photos of Shirley Temple, Maxine Jennings, Rochelle Hudson, Dorothy Moore, Hugh Herbert and Bob Burns; Your Leading Man - book about marriage/relationships; Nice illustrated ad for Sisman's Scampers (shoes) inside back cover; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
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The Saturday Evening Post,, April (Apr.) 18, 1959 -  Los Angeles Coliseum / D Day - Establishing a Beachhead, Horgan, Paul; Sercombe, R.; Kersh, G.; McNeil, S.; Martin, H.; Mumford, L.; Durslag, M.; Silverman, M.; Fisher, G.; Howarth, D.; Cross, J.; Coo, W.
13 Horgan, Paul; Sercombe, R.; Kersh, G.; McNeil, S.; Martin, H.; Mumford, L.; Durslag, M.; Silverman, M.; Fisher, G.; Howarth, D.; Cross, J.; Coo, W. The Saturday Evening Post,, April (Apr.) 18, 1959 - Los Angeles Coliseum / D Day - Establishing a Beachhead
USA Curtis 1959 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Ard, Kurt; Dantzic; Grehan, Farrell; Jones, Carroll; Buckham, Lynn; Jones, R.; 
120 pages. Short Stories: Doomsday and Mr. Lincoln; Forbidden Zone; The Imaginary Heir; Marry the Boss' Daughter. Articles: Bright Young Boss of Princeton - Bob Goheen; Adventures of the Mind - 25 - How War began; Color-photo feature on the North Atlantic island of St. Pierre; Hectic Home of the Los Angeles (L.A.) Dodgers - Los Angeles Coliseum; Medicine's Legal Nightmare, Part 2, Doctors in Court; Making a Man Out of Charlie - great photo-illustrated article on 10-year-old Prince Charles; D Day, conclusion, Beachhead Established. Serials: The Dark Road (part 2 of 6); Comanche Captives (part 6 of 7). Ads: GE and Philco fridges; Bufferin; GE Appliances; Northern tissue; Lark Play Wagon (baby blue) by Studebaker; NAPA parts; Coffeematic by Universal; Campbell's Chicken Noodle Soup; Pontiac (orange); Betty Crocker / Sunkist "Mystery Lemon Pie Contest"; Western Auto; Arrow Shirts; Ford Cars - featuring a blue Country Sedan station wagon in fishing/camping scene; Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Ravioli; Benny Goodman is prominently featured in a Texaco ad; Centerfold Texaco color-photo ad; Karo Syrup; Band-Aid; Packard Bell TVs; Gulf - super color night photo of Corvette (?) filling up; Admiral fridges; Foremost 'Big Dip' Ice Milk; Canada Tourism; Cushman 780 Truckster; Hammond organs; Betty Crocker Devils Food Cake ad on back cover; and more. Somewhat above-average external wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, May 26, 1956 - Barbara Chilcott / The World's Biggest Fire Department, Hutton, Eric; Allen, R.; Katz, S.; Moon, B.; Croft, F.; Cummings, Parke; Sheldon, Michael; Tumpane, Frank; et al
14 Hutton, Eric; Allen, R.; Katz, S.; Moon, B.; Croft, F.; Cummings, Parke; Sheldon, Michael; Tumpane, Frank; et al Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, May 26, 1956 - Barbara Chilcott / The World's Biggest Fire Department
Montreal Maclean Hunter 1956 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Hill, James (Cover Art); Macpherson, Duncan; Kaufman, Al; Siegel, Dink 
84 pages. Features: Cover illustration of children returning to home from school in Trail, B.C., with smelter in background; Wonderful one-page photo-illustrated ad by the Plywood Manufacturers Association shows construction of the Stanley Park Zoo's otter pool in Vancouver, as designed by Underwood, McKinley, Cameron; Editorial discusses the forbidding of Paul Robeson's proposed Canadian concert tour; Frank Tumpane says "Stop Pampering our Smart-Aleck Teen-agers; Why Does the British Press ban MRA (Moral Re-Armament)?; Attractive one-page colour Mercury car ad features red and black Montclair 4-door Phaeton hardtop; The Future of the Canadian Family - a Maclean's Report; Will Dewline cost Canada its northland? - photo-illustrated article wonders if, by allowing the US to cover much of the dewline's cost, if we've also handed over part of our national independence; The Magic Brain of Sigismund Gantzoff (short story); Can You Live to be 100?; Part 13 of Bruce Hutchison's series on Canada - The B.C. Interior - article with great colour photo of log sorting in Quesnel; Barbara Chilcott - The Girl Who Learned to be a Tempest - photo-illustrated article; The World's Biggest Fire Department - colour-photo-illustrated article on the work of the 2,000 men with Ontario's Department of Lands and Forests who battle thousands of fires annually over 223,000 square miles of bush; One-page colour-photo ad for the 1956 Dodge Mayfair, V-8, 2-door hardtop (two-tone pink); Crown Zellerbach ad; Pilkington Glass ad features colour photos in home of Mr. F.S. Hogarth in North York; One-page colour ad for 1956 Buick features white Roadmaster 2-door convertible druving by camels in zoo; Nice colour Stelco ad features canned goods being taken to Cottage; Nice colour Cinci ad features gent feeding pretzels to attractive lady; Royal Standard typewriter ad features large illustration of kissing couple in rowboat; Black Label beer ad features photo of Mabel; Nice one-page ad for Chevrolet Trucks; One-Page colour-photo-illustrated Canadian Club ad features Wendy Hilty and Balkan lancers competing at Sinj in their sport of Alka; Canadian Wine Institute ad features colour photo of Lorne Greene; Interesting half-page write-up about this issue's cover artist and how the illustration evolved; Labatt's IPA ale ad features photo of Toronto labourer Albert Chilcott; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy of this wonderful issue. 
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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, September (Sept.) 12, 1959 - Leon Trotsky's Murderer / Vancouver's King Edward High School / The Day Canada Went to War / TV Writers Frank Peppiatt and John Aylesworth, Hutton, Eric; Robertson, Terence; Moon, B.; Gardner, R.; Fraser, B.; Paikin, Harry; Allen, R.T.; Et al
15 Hutton, Eric; Robertson, Terence; Moon, B.; Gardner, R.; Fraser, B.; Paikin, Harry; Allen, R.T.; Et al Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, September (Sept.) 12, 1959 - Leon Trotsky's Murderer / Vancouver's King Edward High School / The Day Canada Went to War / TV Writers Frank Peppiatt and John Aylesworth
Montreal Maclean Hunter 1959 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Little, John (Cover); 
76 pages. Features: Cover illustration of an evening scene on Montreal's Des Erables St. shows residents watching baseball game in distant Delorimier Stadium; One-page ad for Sparton TVs; Vintage one-page Bank of Montreal (BMO) ad features family finances; Wedding photos of Meribah Baxter and her husband-to-be, Lieutenant Brian Stark; One-page Holland-America Line ad features photo of their new flagship, the Rotterdam; One-page colour-photo Royal Trust ad features wealthy grandmother with grandson; The Day Canada Went to War - September 10, 1939 - excellent photo-illustrated article; My strange encounter with the world's most mysterious assassin - Terence Robertson's photo-illustrated article on the anonymous killer ('Jacson-Mornard-Mercadcer') of Leon Trotsky, who has been imprisoned in Mexico for 19 years; How TV Writers Get That Way - article on Frank Peppiatt and John Aylesworth with photos including Julie London and Andy Williams; Portrait of a High School - wonderful photo-illustrated article on Vancouver's King Edward High School; Are the British Better Off Than We Are? - photo-illustrated article; The Tragic Failure of Organized Medicine, by Harry Paikin, M.D.; "My Week In and Out of Modeling Schools' - R.T. Allen's great photo-illustrated article; Attractive colour one-page Black Label beear ad features golden prairie scene looking to the horizon; Northern Electric one-page colour ad features Saskatchewan theme; Canadian National (CN) passenger rail ad features photo of traveler and black porter; One-page Electrohome features their TVs, stereos and furniture; Waterloo County's Great Tombstone Mystery - tombstone of the two young wives of Dr. S. Bean; One-page Caterpillar ad features large aerial colour photo of Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting's Flin Flon, Manitoba operation; Colour-photo ad for La Renault Dauphine car; GE Ultravision TV one-page photo ad features a young Robert (Bob) Goulet; Nice Hammond organ ad; Hertz ad on back cover features four photos of a ghastly pink 1959 Chevrolet; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Look - America's Family Magazine, May 4, 1965 - Chicago's Troubled Schools / On the Set with Moreau and Bardot, Jack Starr; John Toland; Gerald Astor; et al
16 Jack Starr; John Toland; Gerald Astor; et al Look - America's Family Magazine, May 4, 1965 - Chicago's Troubled Schools / On the Set with Moreau and Bardot
USA Cowles Magazines 1965 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio Harrington, Phillip (cover); 
108 pages. Features: Great color ad for a purple two-door Buick Grand Sport Riviera; Cover photo of Munick; Front cover fold-out photo of Jeanne Moreau and Brigitte Bardot; Segretation Crisis - Chicago's Troubled Schools; Germany Twenty Years After Hitler; The Last 100 Days; Germany Today; A New World of Surgery; The Butler goes to College - California students work their way through college; Tony Conigliaro of the Boston Red Sox High Note; On the Set with Moreau and Bardot; Electric heat features color photo of Gene Carolan and family in Iowa; Edison Electric Inst. ad features photos of Edward Stansfield and family of PA, Giacomo Liggera and wife of Poughkeepsie, Oklahoma executive Kenneth White, Jr. and wife, and Kentucky Salesman Arthur Waits of Lexington, and family; Dove ad features photo of Mrs. Marilyn Konzet of Great Neck, Long Island; Lovely color-photo ad for the (yellow) 1965 Chrysler; Two-page color Del-Monte ad; Nice color-photo FTD ad; Vintage two-page colour-photo ad for Greyhound bus lines; Two-page Budweiser ad says "No additives, please!"; Color-photo ad for a maroon Chevrolet 1965 Chevelle; CBS radio network ad with photos of Walter Cronkite, Douglas Edwards, Lowell Thomas, Phil Rizzuto, Marvin Kalb, Frank Gifford and Harry Reasoner; Classy color ad for a cream-colored 1965 Pontiac Bonneville (in Italy?); Wow! - two-page color-photo ad for the (red) 1965 Ford Mustang GT; All-American cities; Nice color ad for GMC pickup trucks; Back cover color ad for Chesterfield King cigarettes includes photos of Elly Travlou Dubinsky of Missouri, randall A. OSmon of Florida, and Donald C. Barnette, Jr., of Ohio; and more. Somewhat above-average wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Annals of The American Academy of Political and Social Science, Vol. XXXVII, No. 2, March 1911, Whole No. 123, "The Public Health Movement", Johnson, Emory R.
17 Johnson, Emory R. The Annals of The American Academy of Political and Social Science, Vol. XXXVII, No. 2, March 1911, Whole No. 123, "The Public Health Movement"
USA The American Academy of Political and Social Science 1911 First Edition Paperback Fair 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
334 pages. Papers include: Health Needs and Civic Action; Housing and Health; Scientific Research by the Public Health Service; The Census and the Public Health Movement; Sources of Information upon the Public Health Movement; Work of the Committee of One Hundred on National Health; Public Health Movement on the Pacific Coast; Protecting Public Health in Pennsylvania; Health Problems of the Indians; Health Problems of the Negroes; The Rural Health Movement; Sanitation in Rural Communities; Tropical Diseases and Health in the United States; The House Fly as a Carrier of Disease; The Mosquito Campaign as a Sanitary Measure; Clean Milk and Public Health; Ventilation and Public Health; Social Service Work in Hospitals; Mouth Hygiene and its Relation to Health; The Physical Care of Children; What American Cities are Doing for the Health of School Children; The Elimination of Feeble-Mindedness; Prevention of Infantile Blindness; The Warfare Against Infant Mortality. Above-average but not excessive wear. Binding intact. Unmarked. 
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Look - America's Family Magazine, August (Aug.) 24, 1954 - The Boss of Quebec / The Mighty Kluszewski, Joseph Doyle; Jay N. Darling; Allan Nevins; W.C. Bullitt; Craig Thompson; N.V. Peale; Vaeth, J.G.; Cohane, T.; Et al
18 Joseph Doyle; Jay N. Darling; Allan Nevins; W.C. Bullitt; Craig Thompson; N.V. Peale; Vaeth, J.G.; Cohane, T.; Et al Look - America's Family Magazine, August (Aug.) 24, 1954 - The Boss of Quebec / The Mighty Kluszewski
USA Cowles Magazines 1954 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio 
96 pages. Features: Cover Photo of Elizabeth Taylor with son; Old Gold cigarette ad inside front cover features hound dog; Bell Telephone ad illustrates their solar battery which generates electricity from sunlight; Wonderful color Texaco ad shows dalmation puppies being towed behind boat; Nice Elgin watch ad; Great color ad for Ford's 1954 Sunliner, Skyliner and staton wagons; Totally awesome one-page color-photo ad for Fisher Body shows fashionable dame in Palm Springs with red Chevrolet convertible; Nice one-page color ad for movie "The Black Shield of Falworth"; Edward R. Murrow - the man, the myth and the McCarthy Fighter; A vacation is what you make it; Should we support an attack in Red China?; Nice one-page ad for Campbell's chicken with rice soup; Two-page color ad for Cheez Whiz; Nice color Pepsi ad shows couple on beach; Finns love pesapallo - in Finland this is baseball; Color photos of Hollywood mothers - June Allyson, Elizabeth Taylor, Jeanne Crain, and Lauren Bacall; My Years with Herbert Hoover; Nice fashion photos; Country Doctor in New York - Dr. J. Jerome Steinfelder; Lovely one-page Kleenex ad with Little Lulu illustrations on beach; How close are we to space travel?; Photos of Bob Hope in Catalina sweaters ad; The Mighty (Ted) Theodore Bernard Kluszewski of the Cincinnati Reds - article with photo of Jim Greengrass, Gus Bell and Ted Kluszewski shirtless in batting stance; American Art and Tradition Go Abroad; Nice color Schenley whiskey ad inside back cover; Camel cigarette ad on back cover features photos of John W. Fincher of Cairo, GA, A.R. Schneidewind of Upper Montclair, NJ, J. Russell Fraser of Detroit, Mrs. Katharine B. Coelsch of The Dalles, OR, W.C. Fowler of Dallas, TX, and Mrs. B. Collins Edgar of Lookout Mountain, TN, and Evelyn Terjesen of New York; and more. Loss/nibbling to periphery of front cover, otherwise unmarked with average wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, January (Jan.) 22, 1967 - Making of  a President, Uganda Style, Kristol, Irving; Honan, William H.; Krock, A.; Gordon, H.; Sheehan, Edward R.F.; Plumb, B.; Anthony, E.J.; Hewitt, Jean; Peterson, P.
19 Kristol, Irving; Honan, William H.; Krock, A.; Gordon, H.; Sheehan, Edward R.F.; Plumb, B.; Anthony, E.J.; Hewitt, Jean; Peterson, P. The New York Times Magazine, January (Jan.) 22, 1967 - Making of a President, Uganda Style
New York The New York Times 1967 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Hirschfeld; Laurents, Gene; Kantor, Tim (cover); Tenniel, John; Tames, George; Reitz, Gunther; Huehnergarth, John; Maggio, Gene; Janu, Rudolph; 
100 pages. Features: Fantastic El San Juan Hotel ad features Hirschfeld caricatures of these entertainers in a party scene - Paul Anka, Tony Bennett, Victor Borge, Sammy Davis, Robert Goulet, Miss Peggy Lee, Tony Martin, Jane Morgan, Dick Shawn, Kaye Stevens, Leslie Uggams, Jerry Vale and Bobby Vinton; Many gorgeous color fashion ads; It's Not a Bad Crisis to Live In - Is City Life Getting Worse?; Dr. Jonathan Miller Operates on "Alice" - Pronounced 'unfit for children' by B.B.C.'s-TV's Controller; The Lord Proprietors of Congress - article with photos of 16 influential men; Loneliness of the Long-Distance Sailor - what makes Francis Chichester Sail On and On?; Making of a President - Uganda Style - article with photo of Apollo Milton Obote; Hobart D. Betts and Ulrich Franzen win the annuanl competition of the American Institute of Architects - photos of their creations; Getting the Kids We Deserve; and more. Faint library stamp on front cover. Above-average wear to covers which are almost loose. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, January (Jan.) 8, 1967 - Chinese Nuclear Research, Lindbeck, John M.H.; Conniff, James C.G.; Signh, Khushwant; Packard, Vance; Schonberg, Harold C.; Simmons, Charles; Peterson, Patricia; Claiborne, Craig; Prina, L.L.; Plumb, B.
20 Lindbeck, John M.H.; Conniff, James C.G.; Signh, Khushwant; Packard, Vance; Schonberg, Harold C.; Simmons, Charles; Peterson, Patricia; Claiborne, Craig; Prina, L.L.; Plumb, B. The New York Times Magazine, January (Jan.) 8, 1967 - Chinese Nuclear Research
New York The New York Times 1967 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Singh, Raghubir; Falk, Sam; Iooss, W. Jr.; Scharfman, H.; Winograd, Garry; Richardson, Bob; Goldsmith, Bill; Wheatley, Arabela; Antonio; Tames, G.; Silverman, S. Kalischer, C.; Richardson, Bob; 
132 pages. Features: Many gorgeous color fashion ads; Three generations of the Mitchell family are featured in Sohmer piano ad; Chinese Nuclear Research - article with photos; The World of the Unborn - the new medical specialty of Fetology; Holy Men of India - In Search of Seekers of the Truth; Don't Tell it to the Computer - the threat it represents to privacy; Toscanini - the Greatest Single Influence on Today's Conductors; George Plimpton - story with photos of his varied activities; El San Juan Hotel (Puerto Rico) ad features Lou Puro, Chairman of the Board; Sweater fashion photos; "Because I Say So" - raising children; Sensuous Cone Towel ad; 1966 Was a Happening for Home Furnishings; Save the Children Federation ad features the family of Nancy and John Seletti - and young Chang Sook of Korea; and more. Above-average wear to front cover which is almost loose. Back cover missing. A worthy vintage copy. 
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