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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, September (Sept.) 15, 1932 -, Allan, Luke; Sanborn, R.B.; Sullivan, A.; Holden, J.; Muir, N.P.; Terrington, Lady R.; Moore, H.N.; Bird, W.R.; Shaw, C.L.; Et al
1 Allan, Luke; Sanborn, R.B.; Sullivan, A.; Holden, J.; Muir, N.P.; Terrington, Lady R.; Moore, H.N.; Bird, W.R.; Shaw, C.L.; Et al Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, September (Sept.) 15, 1932 -
Canada Maclean Hunter 1953 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Fox, E.A. (cover); 
60 pages. Features: Lovely cover illustration of young lady; Wonderful colour-illustrated Pontiac ad inside front cover features and more. Average external wear and soiling with nibbling to ends of coverfold. Two-inch opening between top of spine and front cover. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, May 22, 1977 -  Spies Andrew Doulton Lee and John Christopher Boyce, Baker, Russell; Molinoff, Daniel D.; Lindsey, Robert; Glueck, Grace; Chace, James; Rothchild, John; Wood, Peter; Skurka, Norma; Lelyveld, Joseph; et al
2 Baker, Russell; Molinoff, Daniel D.; Lindsey, Robert; Glueck, Grace; Chace, James; Rothchild, John; Wood, Peter; Skurka, Norma; Lelyveld, Joseph; et al The New York Times Magazine, May 22, 1977 - Spies Andrew Doulton Lee and John Christopher Boyce
New York The New York Times 1977 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Cosindas, Marie; Fischer, Carl; Gorton, D.; Liebowitz, Meyer; Clark, Gordon; Higgins, Chester Jr.; Strick, David; Migdoll, Herb; Gangl, Ott; Horning, Joseph; Pughe, J.S.; Leyendecker, Joseph Christian; Benton, Thomas Hart; Barberis, Tito; Rothaus, Ede 
112 pages. Features: Imperial Dentistry; Life with Father - More and more divorced men are demanding the right to custody of their children - with photo of Dr. Joseph S. Bell and his children Gerald and Jennifer; Nice Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith II ad; To Be Young, Rich - And a Spy - Andrew Doulton Lee and John Christopher Boyce passed secret U.S. defense documents to the Russians through the Soviet embassy in Mexico City; Spoleto U.S.A. - Gian Carlo Menotti has made the Italian summer festival a byword for artistic excellence for twenty years, and now he's taking it to Charleston; Color BMW ad features the 530i; Nice one-page color-photo ad for Mademoiselle Magazine; How "Moral" Can We Get? - by injecting human rights into foreign policy, (Jimmy) Carter has revived an old American dilemma; Small ad for the Lotus Esprit; Piracy on the Low Seas - Vessel 'Pirate's Lady' vanishes with Tony Latuso and David Diecidue aboard, after fueling at Apalachicola on the Florida panhandle; Bausch & Lomb ad features Halston designed frames for glasses; Sotheby Parke Bernet ad features photo of Jane Wyeth; White-Water High - a great wave of boating is hitting America's rivers; Suddenly it's Summer - gorgeous beach fashion photos; Summer Rental Redo by Bob Patino and Vincent Wolf; Sunoco ad features their 'Penny Pinching Pump'; Small Beer. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Saturday Evening Post, November 20, 1948 - Iwo Jima Cost Too Much / Allah's Oil / Lexington, Kentucky, Bellah, James Warner; Teal, Val; Gilchrist, Eleanor; Anderson, William Ashley; Smith, Gen. Holland M. Smith; White, Leigh; et al
3 Bellah, James Warner; Teal, Val; Gilchrist, Eleanor; Anderson, William Ashley; Smith, Gen. Holland M. Smith; White, Leigh; et al The Saturday Evening Post, November 20, 1948 - Iwo Jima Cost Too Much / Allah's Oil / Lexington, Kentucky
USA Curtis 1948 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Falter, John (cover); Briggs, Austin; Sickles Noel; Dohanos, Stevan; Bundy, Gilbert; Rabut, Paul; Prins, Kimberly; 
196 pages. Features: Color ad for Kelvinator appliances inside front cover; Nice color 1-page ad for White Trucks features bakery scene; Nice color half-page ad for Bostitch Staplers features romantic cartoon; Vintage full-page two-color ad for Porter-Cable power tools; Very nice half-page color ad for Hires Root Beer shows girls' sleepover scene; Nice 1-page color Packard ad shows crosswalk scene; Photo of Cameron Shipp; Photo of Val Teal and two of her sons; 1-page color ad for Buxton wallets; Nice 1-page color ad for General Tire shows crowded football stadium; Murder for Millions (fiction); Allah's Oil (part 1) - a photo illustrated examination of what the US is doing to get its share of mid-east oil; Stage from Elkhorn (fiction); Color-photo illustrated feature article on Lexington, Kentucky; Holiday for Mother (fiction); The Europeans You Never Heard About - photo-illustrated article wherein Stewart Alsop presents a refreshing cast of characters; Football's Biggest Bargain - article and photos of Oregon's Willamette University; They Fight the Cold War Under Cover - photo-illustrated article presents the story of what our new cloak-and-dagger outfit the CIA, is doing to keep our secrets - and learn the secrets of other nations - with photof of the Director, Rear Admiral R.H. Hillenkoetter; A Husband's Rights (fiction); Iwo Jima Cost Too Much - part 3 of 'Howlin' Mad's Own Story - General Holland M. Smith asserts that naval 'expediency' needlessly increased our losses - with photos; In Quest of Peril (fiction); Baby Sitting is Big Business Now - photo illustrated article on this $750 million dollar business; The Land Where Whoppers Come - article and color photos on the Jan Joaquin Valley; The Parmelees - photo-illustrated article which tells the story of the Yankee family of Ernest Parmelee; Lovely color 1-page Campbell's Tomato Soup ad; Our Next Magic Metal? - photo-illustrated article on Titanium; Dishonored (fiction); 1-page color-photo Christmas ad for General Electric (GE) Electric Clocks; Nice color 1-page Pontiac ad features the DeLuxe Streamliner 2-Door Sedan and DeLuxe Streamliner 4-Door Sedan; 2-page ad for Philco entertainment products; Nice 1-page color ad for Birds Eye sliced peaches; Interesteing Smith-Corona ad includes photo of ladies assembling adding machines in their Groton, NY plant; Color 1-page ad for Mercury cars; Two-page color ad for Heinz Soups; Nice color 1-page ad for RCA Victor radios; Interesting photo-illustrated one-page ad for Aspirin includes photo of the new Bayer plant in Trenton, NJ; Color 1-page photo ad for Koroseal luggage shows black porter scrambling to pick up scattered luggage at curb; Fantastic color 2-page ad for Nash cars; Super color-photo 1-page ad for International Harvester industrial power features clear photo of a large diesel crawler dragging logs; Very nostalgic Boeing 1-page photo ad features close-up photo of a Stratocruiser on runway; Jeris Hair Tonic ad features photo of John Garfield; Armstrong's Industrial Insulations 1-page color ad features intriguing cut-away drawing of busy food terminal to illustrate the many applications of their products; Nice 1-page color ad for Wilson's Hams; *Gorgeous* 2-page color ad for the 1949 Buicks; Elsie the Cow is featured in a 1-page color ad for Borden's Cheeses; Nice 1-page ad for United Air Lines features photo portrait of Captain R.T. Freng; 2-page 2-color ad for U.S. Royal Tires; Esquire Socks 1-page color ad features beautiful ladies; Nice 1-page color ad for Westinghouse electric ranges; Uncommon 1-page ad for Columbia's new Long Playing Microgroove records which can play 45 minutes of music on a single record; 1-page ad for Anco 'Spot-Master' rear-view mirrors; Uncommon one-page ad for the new 1949 Green Renault car from France; Nice 1-page color ad for Ritz Crackers features Canapes; Harvey Marlowe of WPIX is featured in an ad for Edgeworth Pipe Tobacco; 1-page ad for Magnavox entertainment products; Excellent color-photo 1-page ad for Jeep vehicles - the photos show some of the unusual and handy jobs these vehicles can do; Very elegant color 1-page ad for Admiral entertainment products; Nice half-page color ad for Acme cowboy boots features children; Vintage Styron toys illustrated in half-page color ad for Dow Plastics; Nice 1-page color ad for Hotpoint automatic electric ranges; Nice color half-page ad for Woolmaster outer wear; Nice color 1-page ad for the Pennsylvania Railroad illustrates several facets of their business; Attractive color half-page Canada Dry ad; Fashionable 1-page color ad for Hart Schaffner & Marx coats shows ladies admiring gent from train window; Color half-page ad for Bantamac jackets; Very nice 1-page color ad for the Union Pacific Railroad's Streamliner 'City of Los Angeles'; Nice 1-page Chase & Sanborn color coffee ad; Vintage colorful one-page ad for Trailways Bus Lines; Nice 1-page color ad for Libbey-Owens-Ford Plate Glass shows early installation of this product at Hieb's Tailro Shop in New Albany; Hallicrafters half-page 2-color ad; Waltham watch 1-page color-photo ad; Weed V Bar Tire Chain 1-page 2-color ad shows native trapper examining a tire track; Nice Camel cigarette ad on back cover shows lots of glamorous people smoking. Moderate wear. A quality vintage copy. 
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This Week Magazine, September 28, 1969 - Insert to the Boston Sunday Herald: Cover Color Photos of Wild Boar Being Shot Then Roasted, Benson, Bobbie; Wolfe, Burton; Botwin, Carol; Rosenfeld, Ruth; Katie; Waldo, Myra; McGrail, Joie;
4 Benson, Bobbie; Wolfe, Burton; Botwin, Carol; Rosenfeld, Ruth; Katie; Waldo, Myra; McGrail, Joie; This Week Magazine, September 28, 1969 - Insert to the Boston Sunday Herald: Cover Color Photos of Wild Boar Being Shot Then Roasted
USA United Newspapers Magazine Corporation / The Boston Herald 1969 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Gross, S.; Edman, F.; 
20 pages. Features: The Bad and the Beautiful - Topless opera photo of Joanna Simon in "Bomarzo" and intimate photo of Vanessa Redrave with Franco Nero from "A Quiet Place in the Country"; Great one-page retro color-photo ad for the Hostess electric Hot Tray; Death Row is Crowded with Waiting Men - it seems only the poor are executed; Young World features content on Kyle Johnson (son of Lt. Uhura of the Star Trek series) with photo, as well as Cathi Krisiloff, a cowgirl from Parsippany, NJ - with photo of her riding horse; Teach Your Preschool Child Yourself; Super retro color 3/4 centerfold Libby's ad promotes their "Bucko" contest; Quaint half-page ad for E.A. Carey tobacco pipes offers a 30-day no-risk purchase - with photo of Mr. Carey; Mushroom recipes; Fantastic 2/3-page retro color-photo ad for Bates Floaters shoes; Hunting the Great Boar - former Harper's Bazaar editor Joie McGrail describes the hunt with her husband Bill McGrail; Nostalgic back cover ad features "Archie"-style cartoons to promote free color photo film offered by Famous Brand of Philadelphia. Moderate wear. Clean and unmarked. A quality vintage copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, September (Sept.) 20, 1964 -  The Peasant is Half of Russia, Crankshaw, Edward; Streit, Peggy; Hacker, Andrew; Packard, Vance; Galton, Lawrence; Hunter, Marjorie; Chase, Edward T.; Shuster, Alvin; Keats, John; Glueck, Grace; Carr, Archie; Maldonado, A.W.
5 Crankshaw, Edward; Streit, Peggy; Hacker, Andrew; Packard, Vance; Galton, Lawrence; Hunter, Marjorie; Chase, Edward T.; Shuster, Alvin; Keats, John; Glueck, Grace; Carr, Archie; Maldonado, A.W. The New York Times Magazine, September (Sept.) 20, 1964 - The Peasant is Half of Russia
New York The New York Times 1964 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall de Vries, Paul; Falk, Sam; Tames, George; Calhoun, C.A.; Hortens, W.; Choplin, Leo; McDaniel, J.W.; Cleff, Bernie; Anderson, Doug; Secchiaroli, Tazio; Landau, Ely; Manning, Jack; Burns, Pat; Perl, Susan; Deschamps, Robert; Moore, James 
136 pages. Features: Gorgeous color-photo fashion ads; The Farmer Frustrates Khrushchev - the peasant who would rather work for himself than the state helps keep Soviet output down; The Peasant - Half of Russia - great photos; Why They Fight for the P.A.T. (Parents and Taxpayers Group) - pairing schools to obtain racial balance; Britain's Political Style is Not Like Ours; The Walls Do Have Ears - the electronic art of listening in on other people's conversations has reached new heights; A New Canal Dug By Atom Bombs - fascinating illustrated proposal to use nukes to create a new Panama Canal; The Job of White House Housekeeper - Anne Lincoln; Four Days Shalt Thou Labor? - the rise of technology pushes for shorter work weeks; Stamps for Art's Sake - new U.S. stamp dedicated to the arts was designed by Stuart Davis; Fantastic Dan River fashion ad shows man standing between steam rollers; Where the Old Cars Go; Which Sex Owns the Pants? - where will the trend end?; Nice one-page ad for Jerry Vale song albums; Cesar Romero is featured in Petrocelli suit ad; Article on African ants; Getting into the Act - photos of Peter Fonda, Pia Lindstrom, Lynn Redgrave, Mia Farrow, Tim Rooney and Edward Albert; The Puerto Rican Tide Begins to Turn - Migrants returning to their island now match the numbers moving to the island of Manhattan; Photos of Glamour Fashions by Tiers; The Making of a Conscience; Uncommon Tuffies ad shows boys playing roller hockey; One-page color ad for Grace Line shows their large fleet at sea; Nice one-page color-photo ad for Bolla wine; Heublein Cocktails ad features formal color photo of Michael Rennie; One-page color Benson & Hedges ad features badges of American President Lines, Matson Navigation, Italian Line, Furness lines, Cunard Steam-Ship Company and United States Lines; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, October (Oct.) 7, 1945 - Twenty Million Surplus Japanese, Daniell, Raymond; Lewisohn, Sam; Steiner, Jesse; et al
6 Daniell, Raymond; Lewisohn, Sam; Steiner, Jesse; et al The New York Times Magazine, October (Oct.) 7, 1945 - Twenty Million Surplus Japanese
USA The New York Times 1945 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
56 pages. Features: ; Cover photo of the men of Annapolis; First-Hand Report on How We Deal with the Germans, and what the consequences may be; President Truman's First Six Months in two pages of photos; What Employers can do to promote labor peace; Dilemma - Twenty Million Surplus Japanese - Jesse Steiner on how the shrunken and crowded empire can avert the evils of overpopulation; Annapolis Logs 100 Years - photo-illustrated article; The Story of the Secret Agents of the OSS and of their work behind enemy lines - article with photos including Major General Donovan; The Appeal of Football; Fannie Farmer and her "Boston Cooking School Cookbook"; Festive photos of V.E. and V.J. Day celebrations around New York; Hitler's rumor-shrouded end leads to this article, Living Myths About 'Dead' Men; Honorable League of Southpaws; Color half-page Super Suds ad features Mrs. Bess Resemini; Great one-page color fashion ad for Botany features dame with huge black hat and ghetto kids in background; Children paint as they feel; Five fashion photos of long elegant dresses; Old Dutch one-page ad features color photo of Mrs. Russell Howard of La Grange IL, Mrs. Victor Martin of Gary IN, and Mrs. C. Dachenbach of Milwaukee, WI; and more. Average external wear and soiling. Unmarked. Moderate age-toning to paper. A sound copy of this vintage WWII-era issue. 
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This Week Magazine, April 25, 1965 - Insert to the Boston Sunday Herald: Cover Photo of Luci Baines and Lady Bird Johnson, Egan, W.; Leighton, Frances Spatz; Fleming, Thomas J.;  Rice, Charlie; Stein, Ralph; Paddleford, Clementine
7 Egan, W.; Leighton, Frances Spatz; Fleming, Thomas J.; Rice, Charlie; Stein, Ralph; Paddleford, Clementine This Week Magazine, April 25, 1965 - Insert to the Boston Sunday Herald: Cover Photo of Luci Baines and Lady Bird Johnson
USA United Newspapers Magazine Corporation / The Boston Herald 1965 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Claude; Schapiro, Steve (cover) 
20 pages. Features: Nice color cover photo of Luci Baines and Lady Bird Johnson; Jack Nicklaus - Golf's Golden Bear; Chesterfield cigarette ad features photos of security guard Dale McRoberts, Sr., gallery operator Tami Apt, and Washington State commercial fisherman Floyd Cummins; Luci and Lynda - Daughters of President Lyndon Johnson - article with nice photos; No Secrets Any More - electronic gadgets have put everyone on stage, and privacy is becoming a rare luxury; Teen questions and answers with celebrity photos; Your Money And Your Life - get organized!; Before You Do-It-Yourself - home reno repairs; Before and after photos of celebrities Janet Gaynor, Freddie Bartholomew, Deanna Durbin, "Wrong Way" Corrigan, and Ruby Keeler; Wonderful one-page color-photo ad for Hidden Magic Hair Spray features lady dressed in black; Recipes; Nice one-page ad for 1965 Plymouth cars including the Fury Wagon, Belvedere Wagon and Valiant Wagon. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this special vintage issue. 
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Maclean's Magazine, October (Oct.) 1, 1966 - John Garrity Spied for the Canadian Jewish Congress, Garrity, John; Edmonds, Alan; Fraser, Blair; Harris, Marjorie; Allen, R.T.; Ruddy, Jon; Toynbee, Manson; et al
8 Garrity, John; Edmonds, Alan; Fraser, Blair; Harris, Marjorie; Allen, R.T.; Ruddy, Jon; Toynbee, Manson; et al Maclean's Magazine, October (Oct.) 1, 1966 - John Garrity Spied for the Canadian Jewish Congress
Toronto Maclean-Hunter Limited 1966 B018IO2JP8 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Ehricht, Horst (cover); McLeod & Yee; Cowley, Mike 
56 pages. Features: We are running out of places to bury our garbage; Mental hospitals obsolete in Saskatchewan?; A farewell twitch by BC's Tories; My sixteen months as a Nazi - John Garrity got a 16 month look inside the Canadian Nazi Party - he bugged their meetings, photographed their files, and screened their membership - article with fascinating samples of handbills/tracts - curiously, this work was conducted just before related legislation was passed in Ottawa; The Synthetic Woman - or, how I put on fake hair, eyelashes, nails and a fake figure and found femininity, by Marjorie Harris; And Now... The Synthetic Male, or how I powdered my nose, donned my angora hairpiece and learned to smell more like a man, by Robert Thomas Allen; Is the world ready for Leonard Cohen? - article and great photo; what I learned in a Borneo Classroom, by Manson Toynbee - with many great colour photos; Canada's Kinsey - Dr. Ted Mann, an Anglican priest, began a study of premarital sex on the campus of the University of Western Ontario - when he finished, he was not longer a professor there, by request; Nice colour photo centerfold for Ford's 1967 auto lineup; Rockcliffe Park - the richest, toniest, newsiest village in Canada?, by Susan Dexter; Canadiana by Gerald Stevens; Full-page Crown Zellerbach black and white photo ad shows 50-ton log trailers at Nanaimo Lakes on Vancouver Island; Gerald (Gerry) Caplan says we shouldn't hesitate to threaten Rhodesia with force; and more. Average external wear and soiling. A sound vintage copy. 
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This Week Magazine, January 30, 1966 - Insert to the Boston Sunday Herald: Wonderful Color Cover Photo of Model Colette Bablon, Gaudet, Frederick J.; Newman, Joesph; Peters, Ellis; Lunch, Robert; Adler, Bill; Paddleford, Clementine; Lane, Judy; Rice, Charlie;
9 Gaudet, Frederick J.; Newman, Joesph; Peters, Ellis; Lunch, Robert; Adler, Bill; Paddleford, Clementine; Lane, Judy; Rice, Charlie; This Week Magazine, January 30, 1966 - Insert to the Boston Sunday Herald: Wonderful Color Cover Photo of Model Colette Bablon
USA United Newspapers Magazine Corporation / The Boston Herald 1966 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Tippit, Jack; Smith, William A.; Huehnergarth 
20 pages. Features: Dr. Frederick J. Gaudet of the the Stevens Institute of Technology is interviewed, and says we will soon cut our auto accident rate in half; Fidel Castro and the Ex-nurse - photo-illustrated article on Pepita Riera - whose Miami-based broadcasts are such a threat to the Cuban dictator that he's tried to kill her 15 times; A Grain of Mustard Seed (fiction); Those Crazy Computers! - do you think they are infallible, or are you one of thousands of Americans who know they screw up? - with great cartoon illustration of people protesting beside a huge computer; One-page color ad for miniature fruit-bearing trees - orange, lemon and lime; Letters from kids to the FBI; Half-page ad for country music record features photo of Don Wilson; Meat loaf recipes; Half-page color-photo ad for special grapefruit spoon features 'groovy' sixties colored lettering; Zipcodes USA - teen Q&A featuring photo of model Colette Bablon; Great 1/4-page black and white retro ad for "Strange Prophecies" includes photo of Marguerite Carter; Great article on hidden qualifications of celebrities - for example, Winston Churchill held a union card in a British bricklayer's local!; Super back cover color ad for the detective mystery books of Erle Stanley. Moderate wear. Clean and unmarked. A quality vintage copy. 
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This Week Magazine, March 21 1965 - Insert to the Boston Sunday Herald: Political Murders, Harrity, Richard; Weisinger, Mort; Paddleford, Clementine;
10 Harrity, Richard; Weisinger, Mort; Paddleford, Clementine; This Week Magazine, March 21 1965 - Insert to the Boston Sunday Herald: Political Murders
USA United Newspapers Magazine Corporation / The Boston Herald 1965 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Fawcett, Robert (cover); Sempe 
16 pages. Features: Great one-page color ad for Baker's Redi-Blend chocolate flavor product; Political Murders - The Ides of March and Julius Caesar, Richard III and the children in the tower, Charlotte Corday and Marat, the Archduke Ferdinand, Eight Presidents Attacked - Four Murdered; Nice half-page two-color ad for the 1964 Dodge Polara 500. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this nice vintage issue. 
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This Week Magazine, June 13, 1965 - Insert to the Boston Sunday Herald: The Spies Take Over, Leighton, Frances Spatz; Van Deusen, Charles; McLain, Louis; Weisinger, Mort; Lane, Judy; Lieber, Leslie; Rice, Charlie
11 Leighton, Frances Spatz; Van Deusen, Charles; McLain, Louis; Weisinger, Mort; Lane, Judy; Lieber, Leslie; Rice, Charlie This Week Magazine, June 13, 1965 - Insert to the Boston Sunday Herald: The Spies Take Over
USA United Newspapers Magazine Corporation / The Boston Herald 1965 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Tippit; Schiff, John D. 
16 pages. Features: Perle Mesta - The Mostest Hostess; Great one-page color sweepstakes ad for Sta-Puf and Sta-Flo laundry products - includes Mustang hardtop; The Spies Take Over - Espionage is big business with over half a million people involved; Mystery of a Masterpiece - Did Michelangelo create a sculpture of St. John the Baptist now on view at the World's Fair?; Q&A about celebrities with photos; Color-photo Galaxy cigarette ad shows gifts available for their coupons; Golf the Sneaky Way - some people cheat at golf - with nice photo of Jackie Gleason holding club; Nice one-page color-photo Tampax ad entitled "Dive into Summer' shows lovely ladies in white; The LBJ Barbecue Cook Book; Chesterfield cigarette ad features photos of broker Richard Brown, fashion designer Jeanne Sully and waterworks foreman Edward R. Sullivan; The Day TV Was Born; Wonderful back cover color-photo ad for Carnation instant breakfast. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this special vintage issue. 
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This Week Magazine, March 28 1965 - Insert to the Boston Sunday Herald: Cover Photo of 400-Meter Champ Suzanne Knott, Lieber, Leslie; Cousins, Margaret; Morriss, Mack; Paddleford, Clementine
12 Lieber, Leslie; Cousins, Margaret; Morriss, Mack; Paddleford, Clementine This Week Magazine, March 28 1965 - Insert to the Boston Sunday Herald: Cover Photo of 400-Meter Champ Suzanne Knott
USA United Newspapers Magazine Corporation / The Boston Herald 1965 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Boyle, Neil; Shirvanian 
20 pages. Features: The AMA Exercise Chart; There Went $125,00 a week - how TV Stars are fired - with photos of Mitch Miller, Garry Moore and Judy Garland; Nice one-page color photo for Galaxy cigarettes promotes prizes available by collecting their divident coupons; Sensational color-photo centerfold for Pillsbury illustrates many of their bake-at-home products; The Girl That You Married - Are Foreign Women Sexier?; "The Catch At Dawn" (fiction); Recipes; Nice one-page color-photo ad for Dole frozen fruit juices; Nice black and white Chrysler/Plymouth ad inside back cover features the line of 1965 Plymouths, including the Fury, Valiant, Belvedere and, of course, the Barracude - for only $2,487!; Back cover Mutual of Omaha color photo ad features family photo of the Tom Arnoldy family of Shawnee, Kansas. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this nice vintage issue. 
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Life Magazine, April 26, 1968 *THE FRENCH SPY SCANDAL*, Multiple Contributors
13 Multiple Contributors Life Magazine, April 26, 1968 *THE FRENCH SPY SCANDAL*
USA Time 1968 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
100 pages. Features: The former chief of French Intelligence in the U.S. reveals the fantastic story of Soviet espionage that penetrated De Gaulle's official family - 'Martel', the key Russian agent, repercussions that caught Kim Philby, J.F.K.'s secret letter to De Gaulle; German students storm the cities in the name of Red Rudi (Dutschke); End of the 'Wahine' in Wellington Harbor; The Emergence of James Earl Ray alias Eric Starvo Galt; Refugees on a bridge to nowhere - Vietnam; Gardiners Island - its haunted legacy - America's offshore fiefdom with piracy in its past; Super Shots from Big T - golfer Tom Weiskopf; Under the gaze of the charmer - Warren Beatty, footloose at the top; "Fog that foils an old disease - TB" - Dr. Sol R. Rosenthal; and more. Colour Ford Torino ad inside front cover; Nice 2-page colour ad for four Chevrolet models - Chevy II, Chevrolet, Camaro, Chevelle; nice 2-page GM colour car ad. Moderate wear. Address label on front cover else unmarked. A quality copy. 
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Soldier of Fortune Magazine, Fall 1976, Multiple Contributors
14 Multiple Contributors Soldier of Fortune Magazine, Fall 1976
USA Omega Group 1976 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
80 pages. Features: George W. Bacon III - The only American KIA in Angola!; Jeff Cooper on The Deadly Americans; An American Merc in Israel; Bell Helicopter's Iranian Ripoff; Snakebite Survival; Ware in Rhodesia - An interview with General B.P. Walls, Commander Rhodesian Army. Clean and unmarked with light wear. A quality copy. 
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Ramparts Magazine, August 1972, Vol. 11, No. 2 -  The N.S.A. (National Security Agency), Nevins, Buddy; Lupoff, Dick; Horowitz, David; Hayden, Tom; Bazin, Maurice; Thompson, Walt
15 Nevins, Buddy; Lupoff, Dick; Horowitz, David; Hayden, Tom; Bazin, Maurice; Thompson, Walt Ramparts Magazine, August 1972, Vol. 11, No. 2 - The N.S.A. (National Security Agency)
Berkeley, CA, U.S.A. Noah's Ark Incorporated 1972 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall "Rising Cry for Justice" - Students and Faculty of the Immaculate Heart College Art Department in Los Angeles (cover and centerfold) 
62 pages. Features: Classroom Surveillance by Kodak (12 years ahead of 1984); The Rolling Stones - Goodbye to All That (even though they are still "Rolling" over 40 years later!);Nixon's Vietnam Strategy; The Prospects of the Vietnam Offensive; Lasers into Pruning Hooks; The Rising Cry for Justice; U.S. Electronic Espionage - A Memoir - *major* article providing rare early public information about the NSA, including discussion of Israel preparing nuclear weapons at Dimona - under cover of a textile plant; What's Left of the Black Left (part 2); Records - Chuck Berry; Fantastic back cover ad for "Carlos Santana and Buddy Miles! Live" on back cover. Bits of peeling from front cover. Average wear. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Ramparts Magazine, December 1972, Vol. 11, No. 6 - The Victor Marchetti Story, Otis, J.; Ridgeway, J.; Shearer, D.; Daar, S.; Hart, S.; Lynd, S.; Parker, R.; Kozol, J.; Gray, F. Du Plessix; Oakes, R.; Collier, P.; Schey, P. Et al
16 Otis, J.; Ridgeway, J.; Shearer, D.; Daar, S.; Hart, S.; Lynd, S.; Parker, R.; Kozol, J.; Gray, F. Du Plessix; Oakes, R.; Collier, P.; Schey, P. Et al Ramparts Magazine, December 1972, Vol. 11, No. 6 - The Victor Marchetti Story
Berkeley, CA, U.S.A. Noah's Ark Incorporated 1972 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Grossman, Robert (cover); Graves, Ken; Shames, Stephen; Schley, Van 
62 pages. Features: Archie Bunker cover illustration by Robert Grossman; Spooking the Spooks - The Victor Marchetti Story; Women; The Good Fortune of the Franklin Mint (critical article); Poor Derek's Almanac; Bankamerilib - Can Lynda Bird by Liberated?; Marcos and the Philippines; Conversations with Steel Mill Rebels; Who Goes Begging in America; Racism in the Counterculture; Kissinger - the Swinging Sphinx; Alcatraz is not an Island; The Only Good Indian...; Gerald Hanley - An Irishman in Africa; Consciousness as a Commodity; Munich on $40 Million a day; back cover ad for Solzhenitsyn's "August 1914". Average wear. Unmarked. Covers beginning to pull from staples. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, December (Dec.) 1, 1952 - William Stephenson (A Man Called Intrepid) Bonus-Length Feature, Porter, McKenzie; Katz, Sidney; Sclanders, Ian; Delaplante, Don; Lamport, Allan A.; Yackulic, George A.; Earl, M.; Allen, R.T.; Et al
17 Porter, McKenzie; Katz, Sidney; Sclanders, Ian; Delaplante, Don; Lamport, Allan A.; Yackulic, George A.; Earl, M.; Allen, R.T.; Et al Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, December (Dec.) 1, 1952 - William Stephenson (A Man Called Intrepid) Bonus-Length Feature
Montreal Maclean Hunter 1952 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Winter, William (Cover Art); Macpherson, Duncan 
80 pages. Features: Magnificent cover illustration by William Winter depicts a quintessentially Canadian backyard skating rink; Household Finance (HFC) ad on page one features photo of Mr. J.B. Vaillancourt, manager of the Shawinigan Falls, Quebec office; Our Sham Defense Battle - Editorial; Krupp, Schacht and Rommel - Beverley Baxter reflects on what happened at the Castle Harben on October 1, 1946 in the wake of the Nuremberg Trials verdicts; William Stephenson - The Biggest Private Eye of All - he directed the most secret of all cloak-and-dagger operations of the Second World War - here, for the first time, is the story of the man who pulled the strings which spiked Hitler's guns in the western hemisphere - article with photo; Dr. Gordon M. Bell's School for Sobriety - The Shadow Brook Health Foundation for men and the Willowdale Hospital for Women, both located on the outskirts of Toronto; Karsh's Charlottetown (PEI) - The City That's One Big Farm - article with great Karsh photos, especially a large shot of Premier Walter Jones meeting voters to resolve their issue, and another of Dr. Roderick Macdonald at age 94; Maude Burbank and her Musical Moppets - she takes care of two musical bands of Moncton youngsters; Manitoulin Island - The Eden Isle of Evil Spirits - article with nice colour photos; What the Boyd Gang Fiasco Can Teach Us - the Mayor or Toronto, Allan Lamport assails conditions which helped the Boyd Gang terrorize his city; The Slide That Shook The West - A Maclean's Flashback article to the April 29, 1903 Frank Slide, in which part of Turtle Mountain crashed into Crowsnest Pass, destroying the town of Frank; The World's Most Ardent Birdwatcher - Peter Scott, the gifted son of Scott of the Antarctic will fly anywhere to gaze lovingly at rare wildfowl - article with photos; You Can't Stop a Woman Crying; Nice one-page colour ad for Stanfield's "Look-Alike" Balbriggan Pajamas with happy family scene; Gaines Meal dog food ad features illustration of Saint Bernard; Vintage Frigidaire ad includes lengthy Christmas message and suburban evening scene of appliances being delivered to happy homes; Cream of Wheat ad features Li'l Abner; Vintage colour ad for Christie's Premium Crackers; Colour centrefold ad for Ekco and their many kitchen products; Champion Spark Plug ad includes photos of 12 new members of the 100-mile-an-hour club at Indianapolis; Two-page colour ad for Revere Cookware - 'the world's finest'; Lightning Zipper ad shows irate wife fixing husband's trousers while he stands, semi-dressed, taking her abuse; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. Two-inch opening to fore-edge of front cover and first two pages mended with archival tape. A sound copy of this very special issue. 
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The Saturday Evening Post, November 27, 1948 - How We Trapped Spies in World War II / Allah's Oil, Powers, W.A.; Doyle, Charles J.; Walsh, Thomas; Lamson, David; Forrestal, JamesSpingarn, Stephen J.; White, Leigh; et al
18 Powers, W.A.; Doyle, Charles J.; Walsh, Thomas; Lamson, David; Forrestal, JamesSpingarn, Stephen J.; White, Leigh; et al The Saturday Evening Post, November 27, 1948 - How We Trapped Spies in World War II / Allah's Oil
USA Curtis 1948 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Alajalov, Constantin (cover); Whitcomb, Jon; Burns, George; Grohe, Glenn; Griffin, Arthur; Sewell, Amos; Nonnast, Paul; Fleischmann, Glen; Briggs, Austin; Prins, Kimberly; Williamson James; Meisel, Ulric; Girard, Andre 
156 pages. Features: Nice color ad for Duraglas inside front cover; Nice color-photo 1-page ad for Elgin watches features opera star Mrs. Lawrence Tibbett; Sexy 1-page color-illustrated ad for Palmolive soap features amorous couple; Can the Army and Navy Get Together? - photo illustrated article - Secretary of Defense James Forrestal replies to criticism of the way unification of our armed services has - or has not - worked out; Fabulous Iron Ore Strike in Labrador - photo-illustrated article describes what may be the mining find of the century; The Haunted Meadow (fiction); What You Don't Know About Thanksgiving; The Unwelcome Neighbor (fiction); How We Caught Spies in World War II - part 1 of a photo-illustrated article by Stephen J. Spingarn, former commanding officer of the American 5th Army's Counter Intelligence Corps tells the real story of what spy catching was like; The Gay Deceiver of Georgia Tech - Bobby Dodd has made a name for himself as a teacher of football make-believe - article with photos; He Is My Friend - Southern White Boy Hodding Carter describes his friendship with Negro boy Son McKnight - article with photo; Man Trap (fiction); Allah's Oil - World's Richest Prize - conclusion of fascinating photo-illustrated article on Middle Eastern Oil over 60 years ago; First Quarrel (fiction); Everybody Gets In the Act - color-photo illustrated article on the John B. Rogers Company, of Fostoria, Ohio, the country's most prolific producer of amateur shows; Murder for Millions (fiction); 1-page color ad for 1949 Ford cars; Dishonored (fiction); 1-page color-photo Goodyear ad features Norma Halverson of Salt Lake City and Emile Schurmacher of N. Salem, NY; I Might Have Married Him (fiction); Nice 1-page color ad for RCA Victor radios; Nice 2-page Buick ad; Nice 1-page color ad for Mobiloil Arctic; 1-page ad for Martin Aircraft features the 202 Airliner; 1-page Plymoth ad; 1-page ad for the Underwood All Electric Typewriter; Vitalis half-page ad features illustration of Nat Holman; Nice photo-illustrated 1-page ad for radio stations of the ABC network features photos of Milton Berle, Gordon MacRae, Meredith Willson, Arlene Francis, John K.M. McCaffrey, Kay Kyser, Ted Mack, Jo Stafford, Johnny Olsen and Dr. Frank Black; 1-page illustrated ad for General Electric washing machines; 1-page Brunswick bowling ball ad features illustrations of Joe Norris, Ned Day, Catherine Fellmeth and Andy Varipapa; Nice 1-page color ad for 1949 Kaiser cars features a red convertible; 1-page 2-color ad for the new 1949 Remington De Luxe Portable Typewriter; Super 2-page Bord-Warner presents their company accomplishments in Ripley's Believe It or Not format; Very colorful and handsome 2-page Cadillac ad features a large illustration of their new engine and the front end of a red car; Photo portrait of Harry A. Bullis of General Mills in Northwestern Mutual ad; Nice color-photo 1-page Christmas ad for Zenith radios; 1-page ad for the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE); Nice 1-page ad for Cory appliances; 1-page color ad for Cutler-Hammer motor controls; Very attractive 1-page color-photo recruiting ad for the U.S. Air Force features young man in flying gear with illustration of jets overhead; Nice 1-page color ad for Corning Glass features woman holding multi-coloured Pyrex cookware; 1-page color ad for the Great Lakes Steel Corporation promotes their Quonset Huts; Nice 1-page color ad for De Beers diamonds features reprint of "Honeymoon at Sea Island, GA" by Andre Girard; Very nice one-page color-illustrated ad for Bell & Howell movie cameras; Nice 1-page color ad for Gibson electric refrigerators features two young ladies scantily clad in Eskimo clothing; 1-page color ad for Sheaffer's pens; Nostalgic half-page color ad for Dow Plastics Styron with illustrations of many vintage toys; Nice half-page color ad for Hi Ho Crackers; Nice 1-page 2-color Kleenex ad featuring Little Lulu; Nice 1-page color ad for Coolerator fridges and freezers; Photo of Dick Powell in 1/4-page ad for Spiffy invisible collar stay-downs; Illustration of Mount Rushmore in color ad for Ray-O-Vac batteries; Nice 1-page color-photo Christmas ad for Revere movie cameras and projectors; Two-page 2-color ad for Holiday Magazine; Nice 1-page color ad for Zippo lighters; Nice 1/8-page ad for Model Toys made by the Charles Wm. Doepke Mfg. Co. of Rossmoyne, OH with images of road grader, bucket loader, concrete mixer and earth hauler; Very nice full-page color-photo ad for Barrett easy chairs; Back cover color-photo Christmas ad for Kodak cameras. Moderate wear. A quality vintage copy. 
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This Week Magazine, November 1, 1964 - Insert to the Boston Sunday Herald: Special Espionage Issue, Rice, Charlie; Deindorfer, Robert G.; McGerr, Patricia;  Westbrook, Stuyvesant; Weisinger, Mort; Paddleford, Clementine
19 Rice, Charlie; Deindorfer, Robert G.; McGerr, Patricia; Westbrook, Stuyvesant; Weisinger, Mort; Paddleford, Clementine This Week Magazine, November 1, 1964 - Insert to the Boston Sunday Herald: Special Espionage Issue
USA United Newspapers Magazine Corporation / The Boston Herald 1964 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Whitmore, Coby; Tippit, Jack 
24 pages. Features: Wanted - Lady Spies; Why Do People Defect From West to East, and Vice-Versa? Campaign Fever (fiction); George Washington - Master Spy; Black and white photo ad for Chesterfield cigarettes features Arabian horse breeder Guy Stillman, fashion consultant Virginia Van Brunt, and architect Larry Craig Dean. Wonderful one-page photo ad for Met Life features spooky man holding briefcase in foreground; Nice color ads for: Jell-O; Oster appliances; the Hamilton-Beach electric knife; GE can openers; Knapp-Monarch-Nesco appliances; Proctor-Silex toasters and irons; West Bend cook 'n serve appliances; Seth Thomas alarm clocks; Wear-Ever Duranel cooking pots; Prime Dog Food; Salem cigarettes (back cover) featuring couple outdoors - with grainy background image of slave-like figure at work in the fields. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this nice vintage issue. 
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The New York Times Magazine, December (Dec.) 9, 1979 -  Mother Teresa Cover Photo, Safire, W.; Baker, Russell; Kaufman, Michael T.; Kaplan, Fred; Boyle, Andrew; Topping, Audrey; Chen, Edwin; Shabecoff, Philip; Birkin, Andrew; Herbers, John; Stanfill, F.; Et al
20 Safire, W.; Baker, Russell; Kaufman, Michael T.; Kaplan, Fred; Boyle, Andrew; Topping, Audrey; Chen, Edwin; Shabecoff, Philip; Birkin, Andrew; Herbers, John; Stanfill, F.; Et al The New York Times Magazine, December (Dec.) 9, 1979 - Mother Teresa Cover Photo
New York The New York Times 1979 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Baldev (cover); Skrebneski; Sereny, Eva 
188 pages. Features: Cover photo of Mother Teresa; American Airlines ad features Margaret SanGemino; Gorgeous Monet ad features gold earring on model with black background; Safire on Machisma; Murder Most Foul; Great two-page color-photo ad for Ralph Lauren Western Wear; Blackglama ad appears to feature Angela Lansbury wearing mink; Very artistic ad for Pierre Cardin Man's Cologne; Lauren Bacall is featured in a Fortunoff ad; The World of Mother Teresa - photo-illustrated feature article; Warring over new missiles for NATO; Chivas Regal ad; One-page ad for the Look 37 ski binding; One-page Bermuda tourism ad; Britain's Establishment Spies - Kim Philby, Guy Burgess and Donald Maclean; Hidden Splendors of Tibet - color-photo-illustrated article; One-page Cuisinart ad; Beautiful Alfred Dunner/Fortrel ad featuring model in red top; Twins Reared Apart - a living lab - with photos of Jim Lewis and Jim Springer - Thomas Bouchard's lab; Big Business on the Offensive - they are now the biggest lobby in Washington; Peter Pan and How He Grew - James M. Barrie's timeless play of youth was inspired by his unique friendships with children; The Party's Over for Political Parties; Gorgeously photo-illustrated Jewel fashion feature - with photos of designers Angela Cummings, Kai-Yin Lo, and Kristin Moore; Artistic ad for Crayons footwear; The Year of the Trichologist; Featured Home - a former industrial library is domesticated by Angus Bruce and others; Garlic article; Camp ads; and more. Above-average external wear. Faint library stamp and small check mark atop front cover. A worthy vintage copy. 
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