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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.
1 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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National Home Monthly Magazine, March (Mar.) 1938 - Mustafa Kemal Atatürk (part II) / Horseman Lieutenant W. Marshall Cleland, of the Governor General's Horse Guards, Atlee, B.; Colver, A.; Richards, C.; Bristol, E.; Kirkconnell, W.; Christie, Agatha; Phayre, I.; Cooper, P.
2 Atlee, B.; Colver, A.; Richards, C.; Bristol, E.; Kirkconnell, W.; Christie, Agatha; Phayre, I.; Cooper, P. National Home Monthly Magazine, March (Mar.) 1938 - Mustafa Kemal Atatürk (part II) / Horseman Lieutenant W. Marshall Cleland, of the Governor General's Horse Guards
Winnipeg National Home Monthly / Stovel 1938 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Hunt, Lynn Bogue (cover); Smith, Ralph C.; Garland, C. George; Maltman, W.; Burke, MAy C.; Diamond, Samuel; Clymer, John F.; Diamond, Samuel 
68 pages. Features: Fantastic cover illustration of three large pink flamingoes; Cute illustration of boy and girl inside front cover with caption "Eat Fish!" in ad sponsored by the Government of Canada; Major editorial about CBC Radio; Brief news coverage of - Australia's 150th birthday, League or Anti-League, A Mediator's Difficulties (re: the League of Nations); Vintage one-page photo ad for the 1938 Dodge Custom Six, Four-Door Touring Sedan; The 3 Daughters of De Monaye (part 1); Listen to Your Heart (short story); Mustafa Kemal Atatürk - The 'Lone Wolf' who put modern Turkey on the Map (Part 2 of this photo-illustrated article); A Hook for Murder (short story); Cherry Amber (short story); The Tale of the Angus Bull (short story); The Murder on the Links (conclusion of this short story by Agatha Christie); Photo-illustrated article on Lieutenant W. Marshall Cleland, of the Governor General's Horse Guards; Nice one-page ad for the 1939 Oldsmobile - showing the Six Sedan with trunk and Six Coach with trunk; Woodbury Soap ad features photo of June Lang; Parker Vacumatic pen ad features photo of Dale Carnegie; Lux soap ad features photos of beautiful Merle Oberon; Movie news with photos of Shirley Temple, Chares Butterworth, Jane Withers and Errol Flynn; Pond's ad features photo of Mrs. Eugene Du Pont, III; Scott's Emulsion ad features Old Scottie comic; Sweet Caporal ad features photo of dog Pal of Kezer, owned by 'Dickie' McMaster of Montreal; One-page ad for the 1938 Plymouth De Luxe Four-Door Sedan; Article on child-rearing; World Sayings; Nice colour Rinso and Lifebuoy ads inside back cover; Lovely 1938 Ford car ad on back cover features brown and silver cars - the V-8 Tudor and the De Luxe V-8 Fordor; and more. Moderate wear. Few faint pencil markings to front cover, otherwise unmarked. A sound copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, April 1938 - The Glamour of New Egypt / The Broke the Power of the Medicine Men, Bonnell, James F.; Batten, H.; Gribble, L.; Roberts, T.; Atlee, B.; Peters, J.; Phayre, I.; Godsell, P.; Brown, J.; Bayne, E.
3 Bonnell, James F.; Batten, H.; Gribble, L.; Roberts, T.; Atlee, B.; Peters, J.; Phayre, I.; Godsell, P.; Brown, J.; Bayne, E. National Home Monthly Magazine, April 1938 - The Glamour of New Egypt / The Broke the Power of the Medicine Men
Winnipeg National Home Monthly / Stovel 1938 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Thorne, Diana (cover); Holmgren, John; Thorne, Diana; Clymer, John F.; Watson, Emmett; Smith, Ralph C.; Phillips, John 
76 pages. Features: Nice cover illustration of dogs looking at spring robin in tree; News items include - The land where they know it all (Russia), A 'Tough-Minded Arguer, The Will as a Life-Force, The Spiirit of Fair Play, Too Much Commercialism, German's 'Readjustment', In Fascist Italy, Russia's New Revolution, and Northern Ireland; One-page photo ad for the Frigidaire fridge with new silent 'meter-miser'; Nice one-page colour-illustrated Simmons mattress ad shows young lady having sweet dreams; The Glamour of "New" Egypt - photo-illustrated article of this nation, including photo of His Majesty King Farouk and his new Queen, plus a photo of Queen-Mother Nazli and three of the King's sisters with his Queen, Farida, at St. Moritz; All That Goes Up (short story); The Orphan (short story); The Spiked Gunn (short story); The Broke the Power of the Medicine Men - fascinating photo-illustrated true-crime article involving the native peoples of Northern Manitoba; Fruits of Defeat (short story); The 3 Daughters of De Monaye (part II); Looking Two Ways in Sport - vintage sports article talks about hockey and includes photos of figure skaters Montgomery Wilson and Miss Eleanor O'Meara, plus boxer 'Baby' Yack, Canadian Bantamweight champion; Lovely one-page 1938 Chevrolet ad shows green car; Nostalgic one-page Heinz soup ad shows 1930's gent about to take a slurp; Italian tourism half-page ad; Nice half-page Canadian National ad features photos of their Jasper destination; Hollywood news includes photos of Marlene Dietrich, Merle Oberon, Bobbie Breen, and many more; Parker Vacumatic ad features photo of advice-giver Dorothy Dix; Vintage half-page ad for Sun Life features photo of mom with kids; Sweet Caporal ad features photo of dog Volhynia Kyra ("Silver") owned by Mrs. H. Randolph Casgrain of Westmount, Quebec; Nice photo-illustrated fashion article; Easter cooking article; Article about how every woman 'shall keep romance alive'; Colour half-page ad by the Government of Canada includes illustration of the Canada Building at the 1938 Empire Exhibition in Scotland; World Sayings; Maxwell House coffee ad inside back cover; Congoleum flooring ad on back cover; and more. Centre page loose but present. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
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The Illustrated London News, February 28, 1953 - Fire Aboard the Carrier H.M.S. Indomitable / Excavating Old Smyrna, Bryant, Arthur; Burton, Maurice; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John; Davis, Frank; Elliott, Clarence; Trewin, J.C.
4 Bryant, Arthur; Burton, Maurice; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John; Davis, Frank; Elliott, Clarence; Trewin, J.C. The Illustrated London News, February 28, 1953 - Fire Aboard the Carrier H.M.S. Indomitable / Excavating Old Smyrna
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd. 1953 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Davis, G.H. 
Pages 549-592. Features: Nice one-page ad for the Hawker Siddeley Group shows young boy above caption "How Much is a Little Boy Worth?"; Title page photo of Governor-General Sir Robert Howe addressing Khartoum crowds at great holiday parade; North Sudan welcomes the Anglo-Egyptian agreement; Photos of life in southern Sudan; Designs for the decoration of the Coronation route; Two-page illustration of multiple aircraft forms; People in the public eye; The Queen visits Wiltshire, goes racing and attends church; inventions of the day; Dramatic centrefold photo of fire aboard the carrier H.M.S. Indomitable; Trespass in Antarctica; Photos of Ruth Draper - the woman who single-handedly fills an empty stage with scenery and a vivid host of characters; Discovery of the oldest known Greek house; Official residences Sir William Slim will occupy in Australia; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, April 11, 1953 - Passing of Queen Mary / Mau Mau Massacre in Kenya, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John; Davis, Frank; Elliott, Clarence; Trewin, J.C.; Burton, Maurice; et al
5 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John; Davis, Frank; Elliott, Clarence; Trewin, J.C.; Burton, Maurice; et al The Illustrated London News, April 11, 1953 - Passing of Queen Mary / Mau Mau Massacre in Kenya
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd. 1953 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall de Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 549-592. Features: Cover photo of Queen Mary's coffin on its journey to Westminster Hall; The death of Ex-King Carol of Rumania; The Mau Mau Massacre - victims and survivors, and some suspects; Two-page photo of ghastly scene where loyal Kikuyu were burned alive; Rail disaster near Conneaut, Ohio; Czech state airline Dakota lands in Frankfurt, passengers request political asylum; Full-page photo of the Duke of Edinburgh, the Duke of Windsor, the Duke of Gloucester and the Duke of Kent in Queen Mary's funeral procession; Two-page photo of Queen Mary's funeral procession on its way to Westminster; Centerfold illustration of the public paying last respects to Queen Mary; Two pages of photos of floral tributes to Queen Mary; Photos of dignitaries who attended the funeral; The Buraimi Oasis - subject of a dispute between Great Britain and Saudi Arabia; Sports photos; and more. Centerfold loose but present. Unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN) February 21, 1953 -  Cover Photo of Preparation of the Magnificent Purple Robe To Be Worn By Her Majesty at Her Coronation, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril
6 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril The Illustrated London News (ILN) February 21, 1953 - Cover Photo of Preparation of the Magnificent Purple Robe To Be Worn By Her Majesty at Her Coronation
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch, Ltd. 1953 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Davis, G.H.; Karsh; Inglis, Norward; Forward, F.R.; Peterson, Roger Tory 
Pages 261-296. Features: Nice colour ad for Dewar's "White Label" Scotch inside front cover; Nice one-page ad for Rootes Group Cars (Sunbeam-Talbot, Hillman Minx); Preparation of the Queen's Coronation robe; Arrival of new U.S. Ambassador, Winthrop W. Aldrrich; Two pages of illustrations of how the Dutch fight their eternal and unwearying enemy - the sea - repairing dykes and reclaiming land; Excellent one-page colour-photo portrait of Dwight Eisenhower; One-page colour photo of the Lord Lyon and Officers of the Scottish Court of Chivalry; The Indo-China War - photos from Nasam and the Qui-Non amphibious landing; Swami Narayan Acharya was buried alive for nine days; Oradour; Shipwrecks at sea and on land; Photo of the New Sudan Agreement being signed by General Neguib and Sir Ralph Stevenson at Cairo; Photos of personalities of the week, including Brigitte Fossey, Sir Holburt Waring, skater Alan Hayes and Sir Percival Sharp; Photos of the Queen supporting flood victims in Essex and Kent, and the fight to defend against the sea; Bomb damage to the Soviet legation in Tel Aviv; Electrical 'traffic control' for salmon used at Scottish power stations; Colour portrait of the Blue-Cheeked Bee-Eater; Excavations at Sultantepe and Harran - tablets of the Sabian sect, a priestess's trinkets and an Umayyad mosque; Nice one-page Ford car ad; Sweet half-page photo ad for the Lagonda Mk. II Saloon; Attractive colour ad for Cussons' Blue Hyacinth toiletries inside back cover; and more. Three-inch opening to fore-edge of back cover. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN) February 7, 1953 -  Loss of the Car Ferry 'Princess Victoria' / Flooding in England and the Netherlands, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril
7 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril The Illustrated London News (ILN) February 7, 1953 - Loss of the Car Ferry 'Princess Victoria' / Flooding in England and the Netherlands
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch, Ltd. 1953 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Davis, G.H. 
Pages 181-220. Features: Cover photos of the loss of the car-ferry 'Princess Victoria' which went down on 31 January with a loss of 128 lives, plus two more pages of dramatic photos of the disaster; Simulating an atomic blast over Clapham Junction; 10 photos related to the murder of the Ruck family by Mau Mau terrorists in Kenya, a shocking crime redeemed only by the heroism of an African houseboy; Full-page photo of massive flooding on Canvey Island, Essex - the Thames estuary pleasure resort; Two more pages of photos of the Canvey Island flooding which killed 100; Photos of flood-related scenes in Norfolk, Sheerness Naval Dockyard, Southend; the East Coast, Lincolnshire, Essex, Kent, Felixstowe, Jaywick, Yarmouth and Salthouse; Photos of the worst Netherlands flooding in 400 years; Centerfold illustration of the last moments of the Princess Victoria; Nice colour-illustrated ad inside front cover for Number Seven cigarettes features a Hawaiian party scene; Photos of personalities of the week, including recently deceased James H. Scullin, Sir Reginald Wingate and Samuel A. Courtauld; The lesson of the coelacanth; Photos of the Monte Carlo Rally - great successes for British Cars; Photo of India's celebration of her 3rd anniversary of independence with President Dr. Rajendra Prasad taking the salute of a detachment of Indian camel troops; Tasteful colour back cover ad for Sanderson wallpapers and fabrics; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN) January 17, 1953 - Cover Photo of Kitty Hesselberger and Mrs. Raynes-Simson, Who Routed Four Armed Kikuyu, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril
8 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril The Illustrated London News (ILN) January 17, 1953 - Cover Photo of Kitty Hesselberger and Mrs. Raynes-Simson, Who Routed Four Armed Kikuyu
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch, Ltd. 1953 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Pages 73-104 Features: The two ladies and their dog who fought off four Mau Mau in Kenya; The Nyeri Homestead where two women routed a Mau Mau gang; Two pages of aerial patrol photos which illustrate threatened homesteads, European and Kikuyu, and the Dense Kenyan forests in which the terrorists lurk; Interesting photos of an anti-mau-mau ritual in which a witch-doctor adminsters the kabicho; Photos of personalities of the week, including the late Admiral Sir Hugh Binney and Dr. Alain Bombard being greeted by his wife in Paris after his trans-Atlantic raft voyage; Salute to the Champollion; Seven photos from the Maldive Islands, the world's youngest republic and under the protection of Great Britain; Nice wedding photos of the Early and Countess of Dalkeith, attended by the Queen; Photos of Winston Churchill meeting Harry Truman, Governor Dewey, Bernard Baruch, and General Eisenhower; Photos of Atlantic seals taken during an eight-day visit to a Welsh breeding island; Mr. P. Ellam and his sailboat Sopranino; The Coelacanth fish; Weird photo of Major Salem, General Neguib's personal observer, taking part in a war dance with Dinka tribesmen in southern Sudan; Miss Enid Harding; Bi-Centenary of 'Debrett's Correct Peerage' first published in 1802; Nicely-illustrated one-page ad for the new Humber Super Snipe car boasts of how it travelled in record time 10,500 miles from London to Capetown; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN) January 24, 1953 - Cover Photo of Newly-inaugurated President Dwight D. Eisenhower / Trial of the Killers of Oradour-Sur-Oradour in France, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril
9 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril The Illustrated London News (ILN) January 24, 1953 - Cover Photo of Newly-inaugurated President Dwight D. Eisenhower / Trial of the Killers of Oradour-Sur-Oradour in France
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch, Ltd. 1953 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Uden, Ernest 
Pages 105-140. Features: Nice cover photo-portrait of Dwight Eisenhower; Photos of America's new first lady - Mrs. Eisenhower, and Mrs. Richard Nixon, wife of the new Vice-President, both wearing their inaugural ball gowns; Photo of six German's tried with murder and other atrocities at the Schirmeck concentration camp during the occupation of France; Photos of the Red Hat Ceremony in Rome where new Catholic Cardinals receive their hats; Photo of the Dutch liner' Klipfontein just before she went under; Photo of horrible accident at Washington's Union station where train lost braking and crashed into buffers; Photos from Egypt and Sudan - Abdel Rahman Hakki, Sheikh Ahmed Al Bakury, Major Saley Salim and General Neguib; Photos of M. Rene Mayer, France's new Prime Minister; Two pages of photos and information about Oradour-Sur-Glane - a case which revives a terrible war memory - the trial of 21 S.S. soldiers charged with the murder of a French community; Photo and article on the tree-climbing goats of Morocco; Photos of the end of the Second Swiss attempt on Everest; Two pages of photos and information on the war in Indo-China - French Union troops in the Red River Delta, plus an amphibious operation against the Viet Minh - a phase of 'Operation Bretagne'; Two-page photo of the summit and southern wall of Everest, taken from the Ramparts of Pumori; Two pages of photos and information about the British-trained Sudan Defense Force; Photos from the first performance of Vaughan Williams' "Sinfonia Antartica"; Photos of the personalities of the week, including recently deceased Sir Edward Marsh and artist Douglas Chandor, as well as squash champion A. Fairbairn and a group photo of Sherpas who helped with the recent Swiss Everest attempt; Photo of the marriage of Sir William Slim's daughter to Peter Nigel Stewart Frazer; Nice colour-illustrated ad for King George IV old Scotch whisky on back cover; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Wide World Magazine - The Magazine for Everybody, Vol. XLIII - No. 254, June 1919 - Yellowstone Winter Tragedy / Wild African Dogs, Chanappa, Anadaraya; Martyn, F.; MacAlister, A.; "Split-Pin"; Gaunt, M.; Von Someren, A.; Jones, C.G.; Treadway, J.E.; Jamieson, C.J.; Leslie, H.; Connery, T.M.; Beattie, S.A.; Rose, F.; Nugent, J.E.; Rose, F.; Et al
10 Chanappa, Anadaraya; Martyn, F.; MacAlister, A.; "Split-Pin"; Gaunt, M.; Von Someren, A.; Jones, C.G.; Treadway, J.E.; Jamieson, C.J.; Leslie, H.; Connery, T.M.; Beattie, S.A.; Rose, F.; Nugent, J.E.; Rose, F.; Et al The Wide World Magazine - The Magazine for Everybody, Vol. XLIII - No. 254, June 1919 - Yellowstone Winter Tragedy / Wild African Dogs
London George Newnes, Ltd. 1919 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Wood, Stanley L.; Reynolds, Warwick; Bates, L.; Peddie, Tom 
Pages 91-176 plus 16 pages of nostalgic ads. Features: My Tiger-Hunting Adventures in India; Adventures of Newspaper-Man, Frederic Martyn (part 2); Canada's New Wonderland - new railway in the neighbourhood of the Yellowhead Pass runs from Edmonton to Prince Rupert - article with great photos; The Raid - author brings down a Gotha; A Woman's Travels in Unknown Asia - part 4 - major article of times spent in China with many fascinating photos, including a 3-year-old couple engaged to be married!; Choking An Alligator; In a Cauldron of Fire; Lost in a Limestone Cave; Treed by a Leopard - a missionary's story of a Chinese farmer's terrible predicament; Through Holland in a Canal Boat - article with lovely photos; The Winter Tragedy of the Yellowstone - Corporal Thomas M. Connery recounts the life of the Yellowstone Mounted Police and the nerve-wracking, monotonous life of the winter guard, which led to a terrible tragedy; Photo of the smallest boot in the world; The Catching of "Black Abyss" - involves Australian horseman Harry Pitt; The Fatal Curve - rail coach goes down an embankment; A Fateful Night - adventures in the west - where revolvers settled disputes and vigilance committees made quick work of trials; My Experiences in the "Black Republic' - wild tales from Haiti (Hayti) "where complete savagery has been permitted until even recent years; My Adventures with African Wild Dogs - savage and cunning creatures of which little is known; The Bushranger - adventures involving a crook in the Australian goldfields; The "Water Trees" of the Soudan - the amazing Tebeldi tree - article with photos; Photo of large fruit tree being gassed beneath a large canvas to kill pests; Interesting back cover ad for Haywood's Tire Surgery features illustrations of Richard A. Oldham of Illinois and E.T. Buchmann of Chicago. Above-average wear. Covers detached but present. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Wide World - The True Adventure Magazine, April 1961, Vol. 126, No. 750 - Dr. Albert Schweitzer in the Congo, Dolinger, Jane; Gribble, L.; Carnegie, Dr. Wendy; Hamilton, D.; Scott, L.; Schweitzer, Dr. A.; Laffin, J.; D.O.
11 Dolinger, Jane; Gribble, L.; Carnegie, Dr. Wendy; Hamilton, D.; Scott, L.; Schweitzer, Dr. A.; Laffin, J.; D.O. Wide World - The True Adventure Magazine, April 1961, Vol. 126, No. 750 - Dr. Albert Schweitzer in the Congo
London George Newnes Ltd. 1961 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Cowles, Hookway; Noble, Michael; Batchelor, A.E. (cover); Rose, Ivan; Davies, Gordon; Langhammer 
Pages 117-170 plus 16 pages of advertisements. Features: The Thirteenth Pigeon - a lone man's attempt to find a lost city in Brazil; Body in the Furnace - a savage crime brought Chile and Germany to the brink of war; Ju-Ju Against Evil - Dr. Wendy Carnegie's dramatic adventure in savage Africa; Race with a Driverless Car - racing motorist Duncan Hamilton tells his own thrilling story; My Fight Against Misery - Dr. Albert Schweitzer talks of his epic work in the Congo - with photos; Impossible Take-Off - how one man has rescued hundreds from death in the Swiss snow; Hell in the Ice - the astonishing escape of an ice-bound Arctic trawler. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. Binding tight. A quality vintage copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, June 11, 1967 -  Martin Luther King Defines "Black Power", Eder, Richard; Furlong, William Barry; King, Martin Luther Jr.; Raskin, A.H.; Garrison, Lloyd; West, Richard; Peterson, Patricia; Kramer, Rita; Claiborne, Craig; Plumb, B.
12 Eder, Richard; Furlong, William Barry; King, Martin Luther Jr.; Raskin, A.H.; Garrison, Lloyd; West, Richard; Peterson, Patricia; Kramer, Rita; Claiborne, Craig; Plumb, B. The New York Times Magazine, June 11, 1967 - Martin Luther King Defines "Black Power"
New York The New York Times 1967 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Shay, Art; 
112 pages. Features: Many gorgeous color fashion ads; Great Robin Hood-themed ad for Patty Petite fashions; Nice one-page black and white photo portrait Hohner harmonica ad features Al Hirt; Lovely Springmaid color-photo centerfold Springmaid ad features Sandy Hilton; Nice Jade East ad; Great Jane Irwill ad entitled Knitticism!; Martin Luther King Defines "Black Power" - photo-illustrated article in which King says Blacks respond to violence because they lack influence on American thought, and he advocates the use of Black economic, political, and ideological power (Fisher, page 10); What's Wrong with American Newspapers? - a newsman's critique of the press; The Ibos go it alone in Nigeria - photo-illustrated article; WWII sex education cartoon by Sgt. George Baker features Sad Sack after watching an Army sex hygiene film; Lovely two-page Faberge lipstick ad; Nice color ad for Rooster square-bottom ties; What We're Learning About Learning; Italian villa of Romano Rui designed by Gian Case; Great photo of 1920s New York newsstand; Elephants to the Rescue in Vietnam; Fantastic very colorful one-page photo ad for Pinch whisky appears to feature Benny Goodman and friends; and more. Please note: Missing pages 87-92. Above-average wear. Some pages loose but present. Covers loose but present. Faint library stamp and handwritten date upon front cover. A rough but worthy reference copy. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, February (Feb.) 1938 - Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, Gribble, L.; Kroll, H.; Cleaver, H.; Roberts, T.; Christie, Agatha; Sololov, R.; Phayre, I.; Batley, V.; Gianelli, A.
13 Gribble, L.; Kroll, H.; Cleaver, H.; Roberts, T.; Christie, Agatha; Sololov, R.; Phayre, I.; Batley, V.; Gianelli, A. National Home Monthly Magazine, February (Feb.) 1938 - Mustafa Kemal Atatürk
Winnipeg National Home Monthly / Stovel 1938 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Anderson, Victor C. (cover); Clymer, John F.; Watson, Emmett; Holmgren, John; Smith, Ralph C.; Clymer, John F.; Lowthian, Louis R.; 
68 pages. Features: Nice cover illustration of children in winter scene; Nice colour ad for Canadian fish inside front cover; News bits include: Between the Ears, Fellow Travellers in Life, Voices in Talk Group, An Undivorceable Couple, Not at all a simple question. Editorials include Trade Agreements, Is Missionary Effort Being Discredited, and Keeping the Home Fires Burning - with photo-portrait of Chester D. Stovel, August 11, 1870 - December 19, 1937, the last of three brothers who visioned a national magazine when they started this magazine as a four-page supplement to the weekly press nearly forty years ago; Mustafa Kemal Atatürk- photo-illustrated article (part 1) on the 'lone wolf' who put modern Turkey on the map; The Lost Tunes (short story); Killer's Crossing (short story); Nothing to Regret (short story); Photographing Big Game in Africa - photo-illustrated article by Vera Batley; Hazard and High Water (short story); The Murder on the Links (part IV/4 of this Agatha Christie story); Downhill Control - skiing article with photos, including ski-jumper Arne Finsberg in flight; The Grandfather Clock (short story); Nice one-page ad for the 1938 Pontiac; Fascinating one-page Ovaltine ad shows sleep research; Movie news with photos of Kay Francis, Billie Burke, Ann Sheridan, and more; Lux soap ad includes photo of Madeleine Carroll; Vintage two-page photo ad says "New Bread Diet Takes Off Pounds"; Scott's Emulsion ad includes Old Scottie comic; Gardens of Romance; Canada Building at the 1938 Empire Exhibition in Scotland is featured in a Government of Canada ad; Photo of horse "Miss Amner" owned by Mrs. Earle Spafford of Knowlton, Quebec; Personal care article for men; Cake baking article; Heinz one-page ad says 'Banish Kitchen Blues'; World Sayings; Attractive colour 1938 Ford ad inside back cover features beige and blue cars; Colour Old Dutch Cleanser ad on back cover; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, October (Oct.) 1939 - Cave Men of the Kalahari / Anyone Can Shoot!, Healy, W.; Stewart, Dr. H.; Rawlings, M.; Bentley, E.; Sims, M.; King, S.; Green, L.G.; Fitz-Gerald, W.; Brown, J.; Bayne, E.; Et al
14 Healy, W.; Stewart, Dr. H.; Rawlings, M.; Bentley, E.; Sims, M.; King, S.; Green, L.G.; Fitz-Gerald, W.; Brown, J.; Bayne, E.; Et al National Home Monthly Magazine, October (Oct.) 1939 - Cave Men of the Kalahari / Anyone Can Shoot!
Winnipeg Stovel / National Home Monthly 1939 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Thorne, Diana; Clymer, John F.; Garland, C. George; Holmgren, John; Smith, Ralph C. 
76 pages. Features: Cover illustration of boy peeking through hole in fence; Nice one-page ad for Willys cars for 1940; News Digest touches on congress of revolt in Washington, counting our blessings, a lesson from France, why French Cabinets are so short-lived, Japan's "New Order", and denouncing a new treaty; Lovely one-page colour-photo ad for Singer sewing machines; The Yearling (part 1); The Little Mystery; Cave Men of the Kalahari - great photo-illustrated article; One of the Family (short story); Science to the Rescue - National dividends from new experiments in many fields of empire industry; If I Die Before I Wake (short story); Anyone Can Shoot - photo-illustrated article on target shooting, with photos of Lieutenant Desmond Burke and members of the Calgary Rifle Club, including Lieutenant S. Johnson, a member of Canada's 1939 Bisley Team; Ponds ad includes photos of Mrs. John Roosevelt (the former Anne Clark), and Muriel Wright; Wonderful colour two-page ad for the 1940 Dodge Kingsway (orange); Nice half-page ad for Stewart-Warner radios shows the models 4565, 4471 and 4541; Great colour centrefold ad for the new 1940 Plymouth (blue); Movie news and photos; Brief write-up and photo of Linda Darnell; Hollywood Juveniles - article with photos of Shirley Temple, Jane Withers, Jackie Cooper, and Mickey Rooney; Fashion illustrations; Kellog's All-Bran cereal ad includes half-page Mutt and Jeff comic; Nice two-colour half-page RCA Victor radio ad shows their models A-6, A-1 and Victrola attachment; Let's Turn Back the Clock and See the Girl Your Husband Married; Walking on Air - shoe article; Are You a Blind Shopper? - article on how housewives make buying decisions; Quotes of the World; Nice colour Coke ad inside back cover shows lady in yellow dress reclining in chair after vacuuming; Colour Old Dutch cleanser ad on back cover; and more. Unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A sound copy of this great vintage issue. 
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Look Magazine, July 4, 1939 - Why I Hate My Uncle, By Adolph Hitler's Nephew, Hitler, William Patrick; et al
15 Hitler, William Patrick; et al Look Magazine, July 4, 1939 - Why I Hate My Uncle, By Adolph Hitler's Nephew
Des Moines, Iowa Look 1939 First Edition Paperback Fair Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
50 pages. Includes a six-page photo-illustrated feature by William P. Hitler, Adolph's nephew "who tells so candidly some things about his uncle that only a relative could know". Other features include: Student Nurses - their work and their uniforms; Stockings - short skirts bring new styles - Willy De Mond (Willy's of Hollywood); Why I Want Roosevelt to Run Again, by Harold L. Ickes; Gatti Pictures - an African Chief takes his 70 wives to the Beauty Parlor; Page of America's 10 most wanted, with photos, by J. Edgar Hoover; Movie Preview - Lady of the Tropics, starring Hedy Lamarr, and Robert Taylor; Roosevelt after 1940; Lowdown on Horse Racing, from 'Sunny Jim" Fitzsimmon; America's Best Jockeys; Hattie Carnegie vs. Elizabeth Hawes; Death Dines - photocrime; Sleep on Top of Your Car; and more. Somewhat above-average wear. Six inch tear to page 13. A sound copy of this extraordinary issue. 
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The Wide World - The True Adventure Magazine For Men, March 1961, Vol. 126, No. 749 - Why They Named it Mount Podolsky, La Brecque, George; Allinson, Sidney; Allen, Robert Thomas; Allen, Hugh; Krippene, Ken; Rearden, Jim; Paton, John; Horn, Captain C.F. "Trader"
16 La Brecque, George; Allinson, Sidney; Allen, Robert Thomas; Allen, Hugh; Krippene, Ken; Rearden, Jim; Paton, John; Horn, Captain C.F. "Trader" The Wide World - The True Adventure Magazine For Men, March 1961, Vol. 126, No. 749 - Why They Named it Mount Podolsky
London George Newnes Ltd. 1961 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Colvin, Neville; O'Hanlan, Brian; Phillips, Edwin; Gray, Reg; Longaron, Jorge; MacGillivray, Robert; O'Hanlan, Brian; 
Pages 59-116 plus 16 pages of advertisements. Features: Four Lives for One - a tale from Algeria; Too Much Rope - Canadian Criminal Norman "Red" Ryan - article with photo; Why They Named it Mount Podolsky - how Canadian George Podolsky saved the lives of three men there after a plane crash - article with photos and illustrations; Death in Sixty-Five Minutes - a snake bite in India; The Greatest Golden Hoard - Incas, El Sangay and Dr. Kurt von Ritter - illustrated article with photo of Dr. von Ritter; Half-Pint Savage - a tale of a wolverine on the Alaska Peninsula; Abo in the Iron Lung - the curing of an Australian Aborigine; Thracian Pays a Dividend - a tale of marine salvage; Girl Pear Divers (Amas) of Japan - brief article with lovely photos; Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. Binding tight. A quality vintage copy. 
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The Wide World - The Magazine for Everybody, April (Apr.) 1918, No. 240, Vol. XL: I Fired the First Shot For Britain in the War (WWI), Martyn, F.; O'Shaughnessy, W.; Jordan, E.; Craig, W.; Martin, E.; Patterson, W.; Ashmeead-Bartlett, E.; Beattie, S.; et al
17 Martyn, F.; O'Shaughnessy, W.; Jordan, E.; Craig, W.; Martin, E.; Patterson, W.; Ashmeead-Bartlett, E.; Beattie, S.; et al The Wide World - The Magazine for Everybody, April (Apr.) 1918, No. 240, Vol. XL: I Fired the First Shot For Britain in the War (WWI)
New York The International New Company 1918 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Prater, Ernest; Skelton, J.R.; Holloway, W.H.; Wood, Stanley L.; Evison, H.; Gillett, Frank; Soper, George; Prater, Ernest 
Pages 442-528 plus 24 pages of ads. Features: The Strange Case of Sergeant Pron - a story of the French Foreign Legion; Turned into a Pillar of Salt - a salt-miner becomes lost in his mine; Mysterious Fish with Strange Arabic Inscriptions - photo and brief write-up of fish caught at Zanzibar ; A Woman's Journey Across Africa - Part I - Eva J. Jordan's amazing journey through mysterious Africa, this part dealing with Uganda (with photos); How I Fired the First Shot for Britain in the Great War - Trooper William Craig, of the 4th Dragoon Guards was also the first British soldier to bring down a Uhlan; Chased by Bees - while observing apes E.F. Martin unknowingly disturbed a nest; In the Clutches of a Boa-Constrictor - adventure in Rhodesia; With the British Armoured Cars in Russia - Part II - a stirring account of their work and adventures, with great photos; The House of a Hundred Rooms - Part II - Chinese Tong-men and gamblers operated a building in Philadelphia's tenderloin district which had secret cellars and dungeons which were put to diabolical uses; My Adventures in the World War, Part IV - famous war correspondent E. Ashmead-Bartlett offers startling and thrilling contributions; The Mystery of the "Haunted Hills" - a strange story from Australia's Queensland bush; The Soldier Samson of the Italian Alps - photo-illustrated tales of an incredibly strong soldier in an Italian Alpini battalion (with photo of him lifting five men!); Human Tanks - An Ingenious Body Shield invented by Italian troops; The Papuan Chief's "Revenge" - intereseting photo-illustrated story; Some African Fashions - humorous illustrations; Arctic Painter's Thrilling Adventures - M. Borissof became lost along the northern shores of Nova Zembla and nearly died (with photo of his studio); Photo of Indian chief Wa-Ha-Gunta who just turned 134 years old!; and more. Average external wear. Bit of writing on front cover and Table of Contents. Binding intact. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue. 
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The New York Times Magazine, January (Jan..) 23, 1972 -  Prince Sihanouk / Five Warring Tribes of South Africa, Michener, James A.; Casella, Alessandro; Raskin, A.H.; Lamott, Kenneth; Sokolov, Raymond A.; Peterson, Patricia; Skurka, Norma; et al
18 Michener, James A.; Casella, Alessandro; Raskin, A.H.; Lamott, Kenneth; Sokolov, Raymond A.; Peterson, Patricia; Skurka, Norma; et al The New York Times Magazine, January (Jan..) 23, 1972 - Prince Sihanouk / Five Warring Tribes of South Africa
New York The New York Times 1972 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Guillumette, Rapho; Steffen, Don Carl; Benzakin, Jocelyn; Sipahioglu, Goksin; Falk, Sam; Trounstine, Phil; Ackerman, Stuart; Sauro, William E.; Wegener, Alfred; Fischbeck, Frank; Moore, James 
72 pages. Features: Cover photo of George Meany; The Five Warring Tribes of South Africa - photo-illustrated article by James Michener discusses the Afrikaners, English, Asiatics, 'Coloureds' (of mixed heredity) and the black Bantu; Photo-illustrated article on Prince Sihanouk, head of a Cambodian government-in-exile in China; George Meany's Way isn't President Nixon's; In the Matter of H. Bruce Franklin - the very model of a modern militant radical and - until this month - a tenured professor of English at genteel Stanford University; One-page ad for Gold Key Lake Estates; Ad for the Garrard Zero 100 turntable features inset photo of Emile Berliner; Charming centerfold illustrated ad for Health-tex clothing; Fashion photos featuring ruffles and Taffeta; Geometric Mansion - photos of a Richard Meier designed modern mansion; Lovely color fashion photos; and more. Somewhat above-average external wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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African Arts Journal, Autumn 1998, Multiple Contributors
19 Multiple Contributors African Arts Journal, Autumn 1998
Los Angeles The James S. Coleman African Studies Center 1998 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 
92 pages. Features: Inscribing the Mask - Interpretation of Nyau Masks and Ritual Performance among the Chewa of Central Malawi; The Shape of Belief - African Art from the Dr. Michael R. Heide Collection; Images of Metal - Post-War Sculptures and Assemblages in South Africa; African From and Imagery - Detroit Collects; African Experiences of Cinema; In Memoriam - Solomon Irein Wangboje; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy. 
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African Arts Journal, Autumn 1999, Multiple Contributors
20 Multiple Contributors African Arts Journal, Autumn 1999
Los Angeles The James S. Coleman African Studies Center 1999 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 
96 pages. Features: Beads, Body & Soul - Art and Light in the Yoruba Universe; Delivering Views - Distant Cultures in Early Postcards; Pois et sculpteurs de l'ouest Cameroun - La panthere et la mygale; Makonde - "Mapiko"; A Sense of Wonder - African Art from the Faletti Family Collection; Sacred Arts of Haitian Vodou - A Curriculum Resource Unit; and more. Clean and unmarked with light wear. A quality copy. 
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