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The Canadian Magazine, July 5, 1975 - Norman Bethune Cover Illustration, Allan, Ted; Cobb, David; Gormely, Sheila; Grescoe, Paul; Benoit, Jehane;
1 Allan, Ted; Cobb, David; Gormely, Sheila; Grescoe, Paul; Benoit, Jehane; The Canadian Magazine, July 5, 1975 - Norman Bethune Cover Illustration
Toronto Southstar 1975 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Wright, Doug 
28 pages. Features: Norman Bethune - The Sinner Who Became a Saint - article with many illustration in colour and black and white; Nice full-page colour-photo ad for Benson & Hedges cigarettes features fishermen holding their catch; Plain Jayne - Actress Jayne Eastwood - with great full-page colour photo; Scotiabank centerfold ad; Joseph Sedgwick - Master of Advocacy - article with full-page colour-photo portrait of this great Canadian lawyer; Nice full-page colour-photo ad for Crown brand corn syrup; The Loneliness of the Long-Distance Mailman - How Ottawa cut Tom Howard's Olympic Chances in Half; Nice full-page colour-photo ad for Cavalier cigarettes features tennis scene; Full-page ad for Chiclets gun contest; Meat Recipes; Doug Wright's Family comic. Ball point pen markings to front cover, otherwise unmarked with moderate wear. A sound copy. 
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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, May 20, 1961 - The Apprenticeship of Mordecai Richler / Aksel Schiotz / African Diary, Allen, Ralph; Mair, Shirley; Richler, Mordecai; Krantz, Judith; gardner, Ray; Stollery, Peter; Heine, William C.
2 Allen, Ralph; Mair, Shirley; Richler, Mordecai; Krantz, Judith; gardner, Ray; Stollery, Peter; Heine, William C. Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, May 20, 1961 - The Apprenticeship of Mordecai Richler / Aksel Schiotz / African Diary
Montreal Maclean Hunter 1961 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Brown, Huntley 
72 pages. Features: Colour black label beer inside front cover; Very nice one-page colour-photo ad for the 1961 Buick Electra 225 Convertible (black) at the Thornwood train station; Nice one-page colour-photo Pepsi ad shows couple with baseball and bat; First part of series by Ralph Allen features Sir Sam Hughes, who through together a citizens' army in months during WWI - with photos; Enter the Platypus - on Aching Feet - new 'Platypus Point' shoes will reduce the amount of deformation caused to women's feet by needle-point shoes; The Apprenticeship of Mordecai Richler - the story of his fascinating career-to-date; How tenor Aksel Schiotz recovered from a tumor on his acoustic nerve to sing again; A 14-week record of time spent in the Dale Carnegie Course; Part III of Peter Stollery's African Adventure Diary - with photos; Nice one-page photo-illustrated Chrysler car ad; Vintage Bell Telephone colour-photo one-page ad extolls the benefits of multiple phones in a house to 'save a thousand steps a day'; Nice colour-photo one-page BOAC ad features Thai priest in orange robe holding caged bird; Nice colour one-page Chevrolet ad featuures white 4-door Impala hardtop; Colour-photo FTD flowers ad on back cover; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Pictorial Weekly Magazine, February 25, 1928, No. 1,499, Vol. CXVI: The Saddest Woman in the World - Marie of Russia / Woodbine Willie, Barber, Richard; Wass, E.J.; Cotroni, Muriel; Kennedy, G.A. Studdert (Woodbine Willie); Howard, F. Morton; Hope, W.E. Stanton Wallace, Edgar; Wilkinson, T.W.
3 Barber, Richard; Wass, E.J.; Cotroni, Muriel; Kennedy, G.A. Studdert (Woodbine Willie); Howard, F. Morton; Hope, W.E. Stanton Wallace, Edgar; Wilkinson, T.W. Pictorial Weekly Magazine, February 25, 1928, No. 1,499, Vol. CXVI: The Saddest Woman in the World - Marie of Russia / Woodbine Willie
London Amalgamated Press, Ltd. 1928 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Pages 41-80. Features: The Saddest Woman in the World - Marie of Russia - article with photos; Buried Treasure - a complete story; Photo tips of what not to do with your Gramphone; Most People Have a Double - but is sometimes means trouble - article with photos; Does Marriage Mean Going ThroughThe Mill? - a story that answers the problem; Lovers or Friends? - Woodbine Willie discusses the truth about companionship between the sexes; Wit of the Week; Open That Window! - and help yourself to health; "Stop & Look" pictures include Copenhagen church in the shape of an organ; Why George Tupper wished his wife many unhappy returns (fiction); In a Floating "Hell" - horses break loose aboard a storm-tossed ship enroute to Russia from Canada; Angel Esquire (continued); The Story of the Birmingham Municipal Bank; and more. Staples disintegrated. Above-average but not excessive wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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New Liberty Magazine, September 6, 1947 - The Donnelly Feud / Elwood Hughes of the C.N.E., Bassett, C; Murphy, J.; Kelley, T.P.; Bemelmans, L.; Hillman, G.M.; Schisgall, O.; Stern, D.
4 Bassett, C; Murphy, J.; Kelley, T.P.; Bemelmans, L.; Hillman, G.M.; Schisgall, O.; Stern, D. New Liberty Magazine, September 6, 1947 - The Donnelly Feud / Elwood Hughes of the C.N.E.
Toronto Liberty of Canada Ltd. 1947 First Edition Paperback Fair 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Winter; Gressley; Kalin, Victor; McNally, Ed.; 
50 pages. Features: Personality Elwood Hughes - photos and article on the man behind the CNE (Canadian National Exhibition) which draws millions; How to Sell Yourself; Famous Canadian Crimes - The Donnelly Feud; Best Canadian War Photos; Lois Maxwell; Howard Rutsey; Nora-Lucille Birchell; Woman of the Week - Madame Karsh - photos and info; Beryl Davis Invades U.S. Juke Boxes. Stories: Pale Hands; On Approval; Washington Murder-Go-Round; Condensed Book - Frances (part 2 of 2). Unmarked with average wear. Soiling to front cover Please note: 6 of the 8 pages of the feature on Canadian war photos are missing and not included. Picture quiz has been clipped from page 41 and is not included. 
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The New Liberty Magazine, July 12, 1947 - Profile of Dr. Harold Taylor, Bbarker, Steve; Barker, Linda; Welch, A.; Owen, B.; Wilson, E.; Callan, J.; Dressen, E.; McClusky, T.; Clapp Jr,, C.; Harrington, J.; reeve, A.; Westcott, J.
5 Bbarker, Steve; Barker, Linda; Welch, A.; Owen, B.; Wilson, E.; Callan, J.; Dressen, E.; McClusky, T.; Clapp Jr,, C.; Harrington, J.; reeve, A.; Westcott, J. The New Liberty Magazine, July 12, 1947 - Profile of Dr. Harold Taylor
Toronto Liberty of Canada Limited 1947 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Kalin, Victor; Nourbel, Jay; Lockhart; Hanes, J.M. (ad Inside Front cover) 
50 pages. Features: Should Husbands and Wives Take Separate Holidays?; New Hope for High Blood Pressure - the Rice Diet; Dr. Harold Taylor - photo-illustrated article on the young President of Sarah Lawrence College; Little Audrey - great photo-illustrated article on actress Audrey Totter; Do You Want to Run a Resort?; Rides That Thrill - and Sometimes Kill - a look at amusement park rides; Movie reviews - including 11 photos; Dinah Shore's favourite laugh; Why a Golf Ball has Dimples. Stories: Forty Words; Animal Crackers for Breakfast. Condensed Book: The Border Lord (part 2 of 2). Ads: Colour Carling's ad insdie front cover urges forest fire prevention; Nice photo ad for movie 'Dear Ruth'; Lysol - for feminine hygeine(?); Colgate dental cream; Vaseline Hair Tonic; Johnson Sea-Horse Outboard Motors; O'Keefe's colour ad on back cover features map of Alberta. Unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A sound and pleasing vintage copy. 
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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, November (Nov.) 2, 1964, Blair Fraser; Ian Sclanders; Alan Phillips; Richard J. Needham; Norman Phillips; Dr. Benge Atlee; Jack Batten; Don Newlands; et al
6 Blair Fraser; Ian Sclanders; Alan Phillips; Richard J. Needham; Norman Phillips; Dr. Benge Atlee; Jack Batten; Don Newlands; et al Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, November (Nov.) 2, 1964
Toronto Maclean-Hunter 1964 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Sid Barron; 
52 pages. Features: How Canada helped Communist China gain a foothold in Africa; Why New Brunswick's bid for one big maritime province never got off the ground; The Warren Report - new boost for the Kennedy memorabilia industry; Merv McKenzie and the Toronto-based campaign to unseat Cassius Clay; Roy Peterson cartoon of Bob Thompson/Real Caouette (Social Credit); Let's stop kidding ourselves about civil defense; Can Canada win the U.S. Election? - should Canada hope for a win by Goldwater or Johnson?; The Cranky conclusions of un-American Canadian Ian Sclanders; The Egg and Donald Shaver - this iron-willed Canadian peddles millions of chickens in 44 countries - fascinating photo-illustrated article; The Happiest Canadians - Newfoundlanders; Norman Philipps and his life and hard times as a Royal Baby-Sitter; Dr. Benge Atlee - the two things wrong with our schools is what they teach and how they teach it;Comeback of the Six-Day Grind - the six-day bicycle race is making a comeback in Canada (in Montreal) - great article with photos; The vanishing Sons of Freedom (Doukhobors) and the tough reporter, Simma Holt, who's finally told their story; Canadian Club ad features photos of Simon Khoury flying on kite behind boat; and more. Above-average external wear and soiling. Unmarked. Binding intact. A worthy reference copy. 
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Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, January (Jan.) 5, 1957 - Frank McMahon / Report From Israel / Arctic Priest / Farewell to Artist Oscar Cahen, Brown, Father Bernard; Fraser, B.; Earl, Marj.; Porter, M.; Phillips, Alan; Heiney, Donald; et al
7 Brown, Father Bernard; Fraser, B.; Earl, Marj.; Porter, M.; Phillips, Alan; Heiney, Donald; et al Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, January (Jan.) 5, 1957 - Frank McMahon / Report From Israel / Arctic Priest / Farewell to Artist Oscar Cahen
Montreal Maclean Hunter 1957 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Whalley, Peter (cover art); Cahen, Oscar 
48 pages. Features: Column - Grammar is snobbish nonsense; London Letter column explains political fallout of Nasser's nationalization of the Suez Canal; Blair Fraser recounts what he saw in Gaza refugee camps; Colourful Allied Van Lines ad; Great one-page colour ad for the 1957 Dodge (with push-button transmission); Blair Fraser Reports from the 'seething cauldron' of Israel - article with photos; Mr. Benturian and the Beautiful Palimpsest; What's it like being married to a genius - Canadian Suzanne Cloutier married Peter Ustinov three years ago - article with photos; Frank McMahon's Five Lucky Lives - great photo-illustrated article on the owner of Pacific Petroleums Limited, of Calgary, backer of "The Pajama Game", and founder of Alberta Distillers Ltd.; Photo-illustrated article on Father Bernard Brown of Aklavik; Clyde Gilmour picks the best and worst movies of 1956; Rexall centrefold ad presents dozens of products at 1950s prices; Nice colour ad for Maxwell House coffee; Nice colour ad for the 1957 Monarch car (yellow and white)Richelieu Phaeton Sedan); John Norman Harris describes his most memorable meal; Half-page farewell to Maclean's illustrator Oscar Cahen who was killed in an auto accident on November 26, 1956; Striking Chrysler ad inside back cover features purple 1957 New Yorker; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Maclean's - Canada's Weekly Newsmagazine, October 3, 1988: Cover Photo of Ben Johnson, "The King of Seoul"/The Prime of Margaret Atwood, Bruning, Fred; et al
8 Bruning, Fred; et al Maclean's - Canada's Weekly Newsmagazine, October 3, 1988: Cover Photo of Ben Johnson, "The King of Seoul"/The Prime of Margaret Atwood
Toronto Maclean Hunter 1988 First Edition Paperback Very Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Paquin, Denis (Cover Photo) 
68 pages. Colour cover photo of Canada's triumphant 100m Olympic world-record setting gold medal sprinter Ben Johnson.. prior to being stripped of his medal and record. Features: Ottawa offers compensation to Japanese-Canadians for their wartime humiliation; Ed Broadbent's Long Quest for Power; Marshal Inquiry testimony ends; Behind the boardroom doors of the Edper Group; Feature article on Ben Johnson - King of Seoul - with great colour photos; South Korea - Emerging Giant; Colour-photo one-page ad for Saga fox fur coats; Radon gas dangers; Vintage one-page ad for Zenith laptop computers; Special Report on Margaret Atwood's Triumph - article with colour photos; and more. Clean and unmarked. A quality copy of this memorable issue. 
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Saudi Aramco World (Magazine), January / February (Jan./Feb.) 2007 - The Art of Integration, Campbell, Kay Hardy; et al
9 Campbell, Kay Hardy; et al Saudi Aramco World (Magazine), January / February (Jan./Feb.) 2007 - The Art of Integration
USA Aramco Services Company 2007 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Lecorgne, Nicole 
48 pages. Features: Effat's New Roses; The Barb (a north African horse); The next generation of superheroes; The art of integration; Seas beneath the sands; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A quality copy. 
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True - The Man's Magazine, November (Nov.) 1956: James Wilkinson - America's Most Honored Traitor, Carlisle, Norman; Sanderson, Sandy; Pierson, Frank W.; Ameche, Alan; Latham, Sid; Cary, Lucian; et al
10 Carlisle, Norman; Sanderson, Sandy; Pierson, Frank W.; Ameche, Alan; Latham, Sid; Cary, Lucian; et al True - The Man's Magazine, November (Nov.) 1956: James Wilkinson - America's Most Honored Traitor
USA Fawcett 1956 B0013W7DKY First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Helck, Peter (cover); Galli, Stan; Glanzman, Louis; Bingham, James; Monroe, C.E. Jr. 
124 pages. Contents: James Wilkinson - America's most honored traitor; Mystery Killer Ship; Can a Tiger Whip a Bull?; Betting on Horse Races through the Mail!; College Football is for Boys Alan Ameche explains how much more difficult it is to play professionally; Pioneer Airmen Glenn L. Martin and Lary Bell; Big-bore rifles for downing a charging rhino; Chrysler's design challenge to reduce the height of its cars by five inches; Blowguns - quick, quiet and deadly (article iwth color photos); Turkeys west of the Pecos; Castration - Man's greatest hidden fear; Men's fall coats; Science studies your whiskers; and more. Champion Spark Plug ad features photo of Bobby Unser at the 1956 Pikes Peak Hill-Climb. Unmarked with heavy. A worthy reference copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, May 23, 1971 -  The Return of Charles Lindbergh, Collier, Barnard Law; Westlake, Donald E.; Page, Joseph A.; Whitman, Alden; Shorris, Earl; Crenshaw, M.A.; Skurka, N.
11 Collier, Barnard Law; Westlake, Donald E.; Page, Joseph A.; Whitman, Alden; Shorris, Earl; Crenshaw, M.A.; Skurka, N. The New York Times Magazine, May 23, 1971 - The Return of Charles Lindbergh
New York The New York Times 1971 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Evans, Michael; Castelloe, Maggi; Tames, George; Johnson, Tom; Lien, Mike; Whitman, Alden; Paz, Yigal; Binder, Dave; Whitman, Alden; Haberman, Irving; Goldsmith, Bill; McNamara, Jim; Flowers, Nancy; Laurents, Gene 
104 pages. Features: Many gorgeous fashion ads; Nice color ad for the Zodiac SST Astrographic watch; Amazing one-page color-photo ad for Johnny Carson Apparel feature man in red (yes, red) jacket and pants!; One-page photo ad for Texfi features Gary Thorpe, Vice-President of Johnny Carson Apparel; Funky one-page color photo ad for Hggar's pants features three jaunty mustachioed gents; Fantastic one-page ad by the Village Voice features large photo of Richard Nixon look-alike in regal attire flashing his V for victory hand signals beneath the caption "Be Prepared"; Nice Omega watch ad; The Joe Alsop Story - feature article on this Washington columnist; In Anguilla it's the Spirit of '71 - St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla; The Little Priest Who Stands Up to Brazil's Generals - Dom Helder Camara, the Archbishop of Recife; The Return of Charles Lindbergh - at 69 he ends a quarter-century of silence to champion conservation; Expatriate Chess on the Other Side of the Wall - article with photos of Stefan Heym, Erich Honecker, Hilde Eisler and John Peet; Save the Children Federation ad features gaunt, haunting face of child Van Ky; Nice color-photo ad for Seiko watches; Foster Parents Plan ad features photo of poor Korean child Son Yoon Ja; Vintage Westclox ad features clock radio; 'Soft, Clinging - and Pretty' fashion photos; Nice color-photo ad for three varieties of Carlsberg beer; Photos of architectural design of a city co-op unit by Larry Durham and Barbara Greene of GKR, Inc.; and more. Tiny ink stamp atop page 59. Average wear. Minor markings to front cover. A worthy vintage copy. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, July 1937 - Canada's Place in Cricket / Albania's Soldier-King Seeks Million Dollar Queen, Colver, A.; Cable, B.; Paxton, A.; Cunningham, L.; Pole, M.; Knott, L.; Smith, W.; Brown, J.; Bayne, E.
12 Colver, A.; Cable, B.; Paxton, A.; Cunningham, L.; Pole, M.; Knott, L.; Smith, W.; Brown, J.; Bayne, E. National Home Monthly Magazine, July 1937 - Canada's Place in Cricket / Albania's Soldier-King Seeks Million Dollar Queen
Winnipeg National Home Monthly / Stovel 1937 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Hargens, Charles (cover); Holmgren, John; Clymer, John F.; Smith, Ralph C.; Burke, May; Valentine, A.C.; Lowthian, Louis R. 
64 pages. Features: Circus cover illustration; Interesting one-page photo ad says "You Can Play 9 Holes of Golf on 3 Slices of Bread", includes image of woman putting from on top of three slices of bread; Nice one-page ad for Frigidaire fridges; Only Let Me Live (short story); The Romance of Albania's Soldier-King and his strange little Balkan State - photo-illustrated article on King Zog; Call of the Hell Cats (short story); Safety First (short story); The Organist (short story); Dust over Canada - interesting article on million of dollars are spent to fight soot, dust and dirt; The Judges Robbed Me! - photo-illustrated article on how ultra high speed movie cameras are used to decide the winners of horse races; Cornishman's Chance (short story); Canada's Place in Cricket - article with photo of the Canadian cricket team in Britain last year; Palmolive ad features images of the Dionne Quints; Richard Hudnut cosmetics ad features photos of Canadian radio stars Billie Bell, Jean Haig and Kathleen Kidd; Colgate ad features illustraion of the Dionne Quints; Movie news with photos of Paul Muni, Charles Winninger, Mirian Hopkins, Robert Taylor, Barbara Stanwyck, Flora Robson, Laurence Olivier, and others; Half-page Quaker Puffed Wheat ad features four adorable photos of Shirley Temple on Vacation; Business News; Quarter-page ad for the 1937 C.N.E.; Nice two-page Oldsmobile ad shows a green Oldsmobile Six Coach with Trunk; Sweet Caporal ad features photo of daschunds "Wanda" and "Otto" owned by Mrs. Herbert Yuile of Westmount, Quebec; When the Sun Runs a Temperature - beauty article; Vintage one-page Heinz ad entitled "In the best regulated families" shows mother and kids with cans of soup; Cooking article; World Sayings; Colour Lifebuoy and Rinso ads inside back cover; Nice colour-photo back cover ad for Maxwell House Coffee features dancer Paul Haakon, tennis star Carolyn Roberts, accordion player Charles Wright, and Mrs. John Carver; and more. Above-average wear and soiling. A worthy copy of this vintage issue. 
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Cosmopolitan Magazine, August, 1914, Number (No. / #) 339, Vol. LVII, No. 3 - Harrison Fisher Cover, Corelli, Marie; Beach, Rex; Kipling, Rudyard; Chambers, Robert W.; Morris, G.; Et al
13 Corelli, Marie; Beach, Rex; Kipling, Rudyard; Chambers, Robert W.; Morris, G.; Et al Cosmopolitan Magazine, August, 1914, Number (No. / #) 339, Vol. LVII, No. 3 - Harrison Fisher Cover
New York International Magazine Company 1914 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Fisher, Harrison; Gibson, Charles DanaChristy, Howard C.; Gibbs, George; Chandler, Christy; Matania, J.; Dunton, W. Herbert; Foster, Will; Chambers, Charles E.; Williams, John Alonzo; Childe, Harold 
Pages 289-432 plus pages 1-64 and 81-146 of magnificent vintage ads at front and back. Features: Rudyard Kipling's Impressions of Cairo, Egypt (part 3); What Secretary of War, Lindley M. Garrison, proposes to do for the Army; The Wartime Story of General George E. Pickett (conclusion). Serial Stories: The Auction Block (part 1); The HIdden Children (to be continued). Short Fiction: The Tragedy of a Lost Appetite; Black Face and White Soul; The Wireless Wire-tappers; The City of Opportunity; The New Adventures of Wallingford; The Star and the Garter. Dozens and dozens of great vintage photo-illustrated ads at front, primarily for private schools. Ads at back feature famous brands such as: Campbell's Soups, Coca-Cola; Victor Talking Machine Co. - featuring photos of Vessella.and his Band; E. Howard Watch Works; Eskay's Food; Postum, Velvet Tobacco, Piper Heidsieck Chewing Tobacco, Budweiser - featuring Polish hero Kosciusko, Kodak - Folmer & Schwing Division; Kodak, American Thermos Co., Ansco, Mennen's Violet, Riz La Croix, Marlin Firearms, Mogul Cigarettes, The Winton Motor Car Company (featuring the Winton Six, Model 21), The King Motor Car Company. Back cover freatures lovely color-illustrated ad for Williams Talc Powder, partially obscured by contemporary stationer's ink stamp. Last but not least, a wonderful feature of this magazine is the gorgeous full-color one-page ad for Omar brand cigarettes. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Saturday Evening Post, November (Nov.) 14, 1959 -  Dr. Dorothy Martin Simon Knows Rockets, Crisp, N.; Athanas, V.; Polk, D.; Stanton, W.; Giesler, J.; Kobler, J.; Frank, S.; Layne, B.; Turska, G.; Tunley, R.; Bradbury, B.; Gallico, P.; Bellah, J.
14 Crisp, N.; Athanas, V.; Polk, D.; Stanton, W.; Giesler, J.; Kobler, J.; Frank, S.; Layne, B.; Turska, G.; Tunley, R.; Bradbury, B.; Gallico, P.; Bellah, J. The Saturday Evening Post, November (Nov.) 14, 1959 - Dr. Dorothy Martin Simon Knows Rockets
USA Curtis 1959 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Clymer, John (cover); De Mers, Joe; Stevens, Peter; Georgi, Edwin 
130 pages. Short Stories: Last Chance for Love; The Hard Man; Cause to Kill; The Second-String Baby Sitter. Articles: The Jerry Giesler Story - article with photos, including Marilyn Monroe, Part I - Hollywood is my Client; Haven for the Uninhibited - Roger Coster and his cockeyed chateau in Haiti - color photos; Help for Homeowners; This is No Game for Kids - great photo-illustrated article on Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Bobby Layne; ; The Poland I Saw - the Poles still face a grim battle for existence; The Lady Knows Her Rockets - Dr. Dorothy Martin Simon is a rocket scientist at Avco's laboratories at Wilmington, MA; We're Always on the Spot - the school board of New Milford, CT; Serials: Too Many Ghosts (part 3 of 7); Ordeal on Blood. Ads: Pontiac Ventura Sports Coupe for 1960; Mayflower Movers; Schlitz beer (skating scene); Pall Mall cigarettes - with avacado; Coffeematic coffe pots; Chanel No. 5; Rambler car lineup for 1960 (four color pages); Caterpillar - building flood-protection pond; Arrow Shirts; 1960 Chevrolet (red Bel Air 2-door sedan); GE TVs; 1960 Buick with Guide-Matic; Parkay Margerine centerfold; Spring cigarettes; Northern Tissue; 1960 Turbine Drive Buick (blue Le Sabre 4-door sedan); Conn organs; Boeing 707 and 720; Admiral TVs; Avis Rent-a-Car; Ladies' Home Journal; Philadelphia Electric Company; American Optical - great color ad featuring funky frames for glasses; De Beers Diamonds; Pepsi; Douglas DC-8; Bruce floor wax; Betty Crocker Cake Mixes (back cover). Average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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The National Home Monthly Magazine, March (Mar.) 1949 - 'Seventeen Lotus Blossoms', By Sax Rohmer / Television - The Monster / Louis St. Laurent, Cross, Austin; Roberts, Leslie; Lemelin, Roger; Callaghan, Morley; Hutchison, Bruce; Brown, Joy; Rohmer, Sax; Carroll, Jock; Schisgall, O.; Et al
15 Cross, Austin; Roberts, Leslie; Lemelin, Roger; Callaghan, Morley; Hutchison, Bruce; Brown, Joy; Rohmer, Sax; Carroll, Jock; Schisgall, O.; Et al The National Home Monthly Magazine, March (Mar.) 1949 - 'Seventeen Lotus Blossoms', By Sax Rohmer / Television - The Monster / Louis St. Laurent
Canada The National Home Monthly / Home Publishing 1949 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Wilson, Ron York; Cahen, Oscar; Pryne, Rolfe; Cooper, Mario 
64 pages. Features: Funny cover illustration of ditzy blonde beating table of men at poker; Nice colour GWG (Great Western Garment) ad inside front cover for their Drillers Drill work clothes for men; One-page blue and black recruiting ad for the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF); One-page colour ad for the 1949 'futuramic' Oldsmobile; One-page colour ad for Waterman's pens features the new Crusader Trioset; Are We Governed by Bureaucrats? - an examination of the brain trust alleged to run Canada from the back room; Seventeen Lotus Blossoms - early appearance of this Sax Rohmer story, illustrated by Oscar Cahen; Quebec City - photo-illustrated article; McCarthy's Last Affair - short story involving hockey; Television - The New Monster - 'a cultural bomb is being thrown into Canadian homes', by Morley Callaghan; Eyes in the Dark (short story); Canada's New Statesman - Louis St. Laurent; Champion spark plugs ad features illustration of man pouring sap from maple tree; Handsome colour centerfold Chevrolet ad features a 1949 Fleetline four-door sedan with Fisher Body; A Dime for God - photo-illustrated article about the good works of Frere (Brother) Sauvageau, the Quebec Brother who, by his beggin, has fed, clothed, and educated hundreds of boys, and cured souls by asking them to have faith; "Going Steady" and the Sex Problem; One-page colour-photo ad for Heinz canned soup, spaghetti and baked beans; Colour half-page Canada Dry ad; Canadian General Electric (CGE) ad for their radios, including the Models C122, C751 and C545; Quarter-page ad for the Thistle 'minipak' baby stroller and 'nibs' chariot; Rare one-page two-colour (red and black) Canadian Red Cross ad features illustration of plaintive woman (nurse?) at top; Fashion article on hats includes photos; Nice half-page colour Quick Quaker Oats ad features illustration of young boy dreaming of growing to be a basketball star; Housecleaning Can Be Fun (?); Half-page colour-photo ad for Sovereign Potters features Mornglo ware; Wabasso Cottons ad inside back cover features colour photo of two girls in bonnets feeding ducks; Nice back cover Coke ad features illustration of nervous young man visiting young girl's home; and more. Average wear. Four-inch opening to bottom of coverfold. Address hand-corrected on address label, otherwise unmarked. A nice copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
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The New Liberty Magazine, May 31, 1947 - Could the Reds Cripple Canadian Industry? / Good News for Ulcer Sufferers, Dingman, H.; Taubman, H.; Hester, Harriet; Mosher, J.; Vernon, G.; Wilson, E.; Bosworth, A.R.; Forrest, W.; Hartsoe, C.; Frank, Pat
16 Dingman, H.; Taubman, H.; Hester, Harriet; Mosher, J.; Vernon, G.; Wilson, E.; Bosworth, A.R.; Forrest, W.; Hartsoe, C.; Frank, Pat The New Liberty Magazine, May 31, 1947 - Could the Reds Cripple Canadian Industry? / Good News for Ulcer Sufferers
Toronto Liberty of Canada Limited 1947 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Cahen, Oscar (Cover); Dodd, Howell; Van Swearingen; Crawley, Ralph; Horn, Max; Strongin; 
50 pages. Features: Cover art by Oscar Cahen featues sleeping hobo surrounded by birds and little girl; Could the Reds Cripple Canadian Industry? - photo-illustrated article on the threat posed by Communist Canadian labour leaders; Lady Who Has Lived - the extraordinary story of pianist Maryla Jonas, who crossed hell and high water to Carnegie Hall - and sudden fame, riches, and glory; Good News for Ulcer Sufferers - relief may be two years off; Personality - Old Camper - Taylor Statten uses his top-flight Ontario summer camps to train a new school of boys' workers - and even to finance a camp for street boys in far-off India; Why Not Build a Mud House? - author describes the amazing experience of living in her Indian mud house; Tricks of the Baseball Trade - article with photos of Jim Tabor, Clint Hartung and Carden Gillenwater; In Darkest Mexico - in filming 'The Macomber Affair', Gregory Peck, Joan Bennett, and Robert Preston outsuffered the original Hemingway characters; Esther Williams provides her favourite laugh; Movie Reviews - with photos. Stories: Iron Man; Silent Partner; Party Line. Condensed Book - Mr. Adam (part 2 of 2) and more. Ads: Uncommon two-colour photo-illustrated ad inside front cover recruits student nurses across the country; Polaroid Visors; Vaseline Hair Tonic for women; Colour Carling's ad inside back cover promotes conservation of the small-mouthed black bass; Great vintage colour Coke ad on back cover features young lovely beckoning readers to join her on her patio for a cool drink. Unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A sound and pleasing vintage copy. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, March (Mar.) 1937 - Crowning of George the Sixth / Aviation to the Patricia District of Ontario, Douthwaite, L.; Braley, B.; Carol, R.; Ives, M.; Horn, H.; Phayre, I.; Hilliard, H.; Brown, J.; Bayne, E.; Catto, R.
17 Douthwaite, L.; Braley, B.; Carol, R.; Ives, M.; Horn, H.; Phayre, I.; Hilliard, H.; Brown, J.; Bayne, E.; Catto, R. National Home Monthly Magazine, March (Mar.) 1937 - Crowning of George the Sixth / Aviation to the Patricia District of Ontario
Winnipeg National Home Monthly / Stovel 1937 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Humphrey, Walter Beach; Maltman, William; Burke, May C.; Clymer, John F.; Smith, Ralph C.; Matteson, B.V.V.; Phillips, John 
80 pages. Features: Nice colour-photo ad for Green Giant / Fine Foods ad inside front cover features Essex County of Ontario; Nice one-page Easter ad for Parker Pens; Fascinating editorial about Russia/Stalin/Trotsky; Nice colour one-page ad for Chateau Cheeses; The Crowing of our King-Emperor George the Sixth (IV) - photo-illustrated article; Big Business (short story); Account Balanced (short story); Tam McWhirker's Elephant (short story); Bustin' Open Patricia - excellent photo-illustrated article on the opening of the vast Patricia District of Northwestern Ontario by commercial aviation; The Evil Eye (short story); The Man with the Purple Claw (short story); Sport Pot Pourri - nice sports article with photos of tennis player Ellsworth Vines, Golver Tony Manero, and tennis player Herr von Cramm; Fantastic one page ad for Colgate toothpaste features large photo of the Dionne Quints with their doctor; Nice one-page ad for the Dodge Custom Six, four-door Touring Sedan; Nice one-page ad says you can play a period of hockey on 2 slices of bread, and includes photo of hockey players skating on a large slice of bread; Nice one-page Plymouth car ad; Palmolive ad includes photo of Montreal Society girl Peggy Oliver; Sweet Caporal ad features photo of dog 'Squeaks' owned by Mrs. W. Allan Black, Jr. of Montreal; Movie news includes photos of Deanna Durbin, Miriam Hopkins, Claudette Colbert, Lily Pons, and others; Great LifeSavers ad includes photo of small boy wearing huge boxing gloves; Richard Hudnut cosmetics ad includes photos of Gergrude Lawrence and Jane Pickens; Before and After - house renovation article with before and after photos; Great one-page colour ad for Westinghouse fridges; Beauty ad; Cooking article; Great One-page Carnation milk ad includes small photos of the Dionne Quints; One-page Heinz soup ad features formal dinner scene; World Sayings; Colour ads for Rinso and Lifebuoy inside back cover; Classy back cover colour ad for the 1937 Ford V-8 (maroon) shows evening scene with man bringing coffees to ladies in car; and more. Center page loose but present. Spine rolled. Average wear and soiling. A worthy copy of this nice vintage issue. 
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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, September (Sept.) 28, 1957 - Herbert Norman / Seven Sets of Twins!/ Joseph Tucker / John Pratt M.P., Earl, Marj.; Ferry, Antony; Katz, S.; Allen, R.T.; Bodsworth, F.; Johnstone, K.; Schull, J.; Berrill, N.J.; Henry, Ann M.; Et al
18 Earl, Marj.; Ferry, Antony; Katz, S.; Allen, R.T.; Bodsworth, F.; Johnstone, K.; Schull, J.; Berrill, N.J.; Henry, Ann M.; Et al Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, September (Sept.) 28, 1957 - Herbert Norman / Seven Sets of Twins!/ Joseph Tucker / John Pratt M.P.
Montreal Maclean Hunter 1957 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Lansdowne, J.Fenwick (cover art); Hill, James; Macpherson, Duncan; Arbuckle, Franklin; Price, Arthur; King, Ronald 
112 pages. Features: Cover illustration of Red-Shafted Flicker by Fenwick Lansdowne; Colour ad for International Trucks inside front cover; Classy one-page colour ad for James Richardson & Sons celebrates their 100th anniversary; Half-page colour ad for GE electric blankets; "We don't have to put up with rock 'n' roll"; Beverley Baxter column talks about Lord Altrincham; Nice one-page colour ad for RCA Victor hi-fi products; Joseph Tucker's Triumphant Retreat from the Twentieth Century - he lives in the log cabin he built in Kuroki, Saskatchewan 46 years ago - great photo-illustrated article; Rosa Tremblay and her Seven Sets of Twins! - photo-illustrated article; The Dance of the Bells (short story); What Kind of Man Was Herbert Norman? - did the brilliant diplomat take his own life? - photo-illustrated article; Hangover at the OK Coral - what would happen if Hollywood stars really drank that much alcohol?; Seven gorgeous colour pages of bird illustrations by Fenwick Lansdowne; The Comedian Who Made the House of Commons - Photo-illustrated article on John Pratt; William Lawrence and his wonderful windjammer; The Unseen World of Taste and Smell; Vintage NCR one-page colour ad features supermarket checkout with huge old cash register; Lovely colour-photo two-page ad for Del Monte canned foods; Eight-page colour celebration of the 100th anniversary of the House of Seagram; Eva-Lis Wuorio describes her most memorable meal; Nice one-page colour-photo Caterpillar ad features Manitoba's Highway 1E before and after it was modernized; Nostalgic colour-photo Toronto-Dominion (TD) Bank ad shows classic teller scene with glass barrier along counter; Colour-photo one-page Canadian Club ad features Charles Fidani who snatches ribbons (rosettes) from the forelock of charging bulls in Saliers, France (The Ribbon Game); Attractive one-page ad for Philips Styline TVs; One-page ad for Dictaphone shows executive speaking into microphone in his impressive office; Nice colour-photo Old Vienna beer ad shows man reaching for tray; Pilkington Glass colour-photo ad with scene in home of E.C. Vandervoort, Kingston, Ontario; Nice one-page colour-photo ad for Simmons Hide-A-Beds; One-page colour-photo ad for Youngstown Kitchens; Trans-Canada Air Lines one-page ad shows Venice scene; Crown & Anchor beer ad features colour photo of golf scene; Vintage colour-photo Samsonite luggage ad features beautiful Miss Canada 1957, Joan May Fitzpatrick; Vintage one-page A.V. Roe ad entitled "Belgium Chooses the Avro CF-100", with two photos; Back cover colour Coke ad with illustration in Germany's Black Forest; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Saturday Evening Post, October (Oct.) 1, 1960 -  Bernard Baruch / Joe Bellino of Navy, Emmett, E.; Wilder, M.; Savage, R.; Standish, R.; Baruch, Bernard M.; Crosby, B.; Povich, S.; Martin, H.; Schisgall, O.; Medawar, P.; Congdon, T.B. Jr.; Rutledge, N.
19 Emmett, E.; Wilder, M.; Savage, R.; Standish, R.; Baruch, Bernard M.; Crosby, B.; Povich, S.; Martin, H.; Schisgall, O.; Medawar, P.; Congdon, T.B. Jr.; Rutledge, N. The Saturday Evening Post, October (Oct.) 1, 1960 - Bernard Baruch / Joe Bellino of Navy
USA Curtis 1960 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Alajalov (cover); Harris, R.G.; Mayan; Conner, Mac 
116 pages. Short Stories: Enchantment; Don't Leave Me; Drowning Victim; The Gorgeous Smuggler. Articles: Bernard Baruch's Own Story - The 1929 Crash (part 1 of 3); Our Mom, Kate Crosby - Bing's kid brother Bob explains how their mom raised a houseful of rambunctious youngsters; Football Player Dynamite Joe Bellino of Navy; Our New Generation of Rockets - the new solid-fuel Polaris and Minuteman missiles help us close the missile gap; How to Become a Politician; ; Adventures of the Mind - The Future of Man - our new psychosocial form of evolution; Nuns' Day Off (color photo of nuns fishing); The "Attic Children" Go to School - photo-illustrated article on the Nassau Center for Emotionally Disturbed Children in Levittown, Long Island. Serial: Alibi for Murder (conclusion). Ads: Huge 3-panel color Avis ad inside front cover features a red 1961 Ford convertible; Philco TVs; 1961 Valiant (pale blue 2-door Hardtop); Westinghouse washers and dryers; Campbell's vegetable soup; Pall Mall cigarettes; American Can - featuring kids and St. Bernard dog; Fantastic two-page color ad for the 1961 Ford Galaxie Club Victoria (blue) in Rome; Douglas DC-8; Dial soap; Salem cigarettes - couple under pondside tree; *Sensational* color photo centerfold for the 1961 Chrysler Imperial Crown four-door Southampton in Coronado Cream; Unusual one-page ad for G.E. Soft-White light bulbs features Mr. Magoo; Two-page Sunbeam Shavemaster ad; Nice Employers Mutuals of Wausau ad features the Del E. Webb Construction Co. building the rocket test stand at Edwards Air Force Base, with photo of Del E. Webb with Neil Drinkward and Jack Mealey; Zonolite insulation ad features the "Heat Thief"; Lowry Organs; Back cover ad for General Mills cereals on billboard. Average wear. Unmarked. Bit of masking tape on front cover. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Saturday Evening Post, August (Aug.) 5, 1961 -  Bing Crosby Calls on Pete Martin, Fehrenbach, T.R.; Plantz, D.J.; Duganne, Phyllis; Standish, Robert; Crosby, Bing; taylor, F.J.; Silverman, M.; Alsop, S.; Nicholson, A.; Alexander, Louis; Stern, R.M.; Gardner, E.
20 Fehrenbach, T.R.; Plantz, D.J.; Duganne, Phyllis; Standish, Robert; Crosby, Bing; taylor, F.J.; Silverman, M.; Alsop, S.; Nicholson, A.; Alexander, Louis; Stern, R.M.; Gardner, E. The Saturday Evening Post, August (Aug.) 5, 1961 - Bing Crosby Calls on Pete Martin
USA Curtis 1961 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Prins, Ben (cover); Otnes, Fred; Hooks, Mitchell; Jones, R.; Georgi, Edwin; 
68 pages. Short Stories: Combat Chaplain; The Time of Evenson; That Girl Upstairs; The Model From Madison Avenue. Articles: Bing Crosby interviews Pete Martin (part 1 of 2) - includes photo of Martin with Marilyn Monroe in 1956; Wizard with Rocks - Rock Garden Designer Rhozo Fuso Kado - color-photo-illustrated article; Can We Get Rid of Bad Doctors?; Master of the Pentagon - William McNamara - article including one-page photo portrait; The Return of the Gaslight; Texas Helps Her Little Latins - now preschool English-language training gives Spanish-speaking children a chance to shed the bonds of second-class citizenship - photo-illustrated article. Serials: Sitting Duck (part 1 of 2); The case of the Bigamous Spouse (part 4 of 7). Ads: Nice color-photo Tareyton ad inside features pretty lady in sun hat; Bell Telephone ad features photo of the 1961 AGM of A.T.T. which was attended by nearly 19,000 shareholders; Dial soap; Sucaryl; Great colour-photo Pepsi ad inside back cover features lady in blue top; Salem cigarette ad on back cover with couple in the woods. Average wear. Unmarked. Address label peeled from front cover. A worthy vintage copy. 
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