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Canadian Geographical Journal, June, 1947 - ICAO - The International Civil Aviation Organization, Abell, Walter; Ward, J.D.U.; Ayre, Robert; Edge, Frederic
1 Abell, Walter; Ward, J.D.U.; Ayre, Robert; Edge, Frederic Canadian Geographical Journal, June, 1947 - ICAO - The International Civil Aviation Organization
Canada The Canadian Geographical Society 1947 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Harris, Lawren S. (Cover) 
Pages 249-293 plus seventeen pages of nice vintage ads. Features: An Introduction to Canadian Architecture - major article with dozens of photos; Britain's Trees and Forests; Lawren Harris; PICAO into ICAO - International Civil Aviation Organization; and more. Some of the ads include: 1947 Mercury 114 car; The Monarch 8 car; Canadian Pacific - great one-page color ad for their train travel and Empress Hotel. Moderate wear. Binding intact. A sound vintage copy. 
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Canadian Geographical Journal, May 1939 - Canada's Debt to the Indians, Burpee, Lawrence J.; Barbeau, Marius; Cameron, D. Roy; Jenness, Diamond; Grant, J. Fergus; Turner, Philip J.
2 Burpee, Lawrence J.; Barbeau, Marius; Cameron, D. Roy; Jenness, Diamond; Grant, J. Fergus; Turner, Philip J. Canadian Geographical Journal, May 1939 - Canada's Debt to the Indians
Canada The Canadian Geographical Society 1939 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Pages 225-309 plus twenty-seven pages of marvelous vintage ads. Features: The People of Canada; Canada's Forests - dozens of wonderful photos of forests and early logging scenes/practices; Canada's Debt to the Indians; Across Canada by Air - article with many fantastic photos of Canada's early days of passenger aviation; Big Ben and the Clock Tower, Westminster; Itinerary of His Majesty King George VI and Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth; and more. Some of the best ads include: McLaughlin-Buick; National Steel Car Corporation of Malton, Ontario; Columbia Icefield (Canadian National); Fleet Aircraft of Fort Erie; Northern Electric; Canadian Colonial Airlines. Average wear and soiling. Binding intact. A sound vintage copy. 
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Whistle Punk: Summer 1985, Currie, Gord: Editor
3 Currie, Gord: Editor Whistle Punk: Summer 1985
British Columbia, Canada Publisher 1985 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
32 pages. Features: They Were People of the Forest; Craddock's Slough; The Cowichan's Roaring Twenties; The Good Old Days; The Evolution of Yarding Methods at the Coast. A nice clean copy with sound binding. 
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The Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors Magazine, March 1931, Miner, Jack; et al
4 Miner, Jack; et al The Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors Magazine, March 1931
Montreal, Canada The Canadian Forestry Association 1931 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Goodwin, Philip R. (Cover) 
Pages 116-164. Features: Great cover illustration of men boating their load through whitewater; Bold red and whiite ad for C.I.L.'s Dominion Ammunition inside front cover; Nice full-page photo of an outdoorsy couple snapping a photo; Who Will Repay? - a plea for better understanding by Grey Owl - article with photos; Prizes Offered for Humane Traps; The Land of the "Fighting Rainbow" (Trout), by W.B. Gray; ; The Romance of Maple Sugar, by H. Lamontagne; ; Trees in Myth and Legend - part 1 by James Kay; Corvus - Black Sleuth of Big Timber - the despised 'croaking raven'; New Canadians with Old World Ways - some intimate details of the pioneering efforts of new comers to "Bush Country" in the North Prairies - with interesting photos, including Ukrainian mud construction; Sunday - A day of Observance or Desecration - Which?, by Jack Miner; When Forest and Farm Met; All Seals Don't Come from the Sea - some fur bearers starting out under other names wind up as seal coats; Quality of Wood Improves with Age - how knots are formed, why some wood warps more than others, meaning of heartwood and sapwood; Raising Game Fish by the Billion - restocking of Ontario's Lakes and Streams is being accomplished in a big way; Barnjum Forest - Big Trees saved for public monument on Vancouver Island between Duncan and Lake Cowichan by Frank J.D. Barnjum; Putting up a "Star Boarder" - keeping a Grebe at home; Telling time by the Stars; How the English Sparrow Came; Death of Robert Henry Grier of Nanaimo - photo and article; "Pee-Wee" Dog Derby Made a Hit; Training Covert-Shooting Dogs; Spring Time is Tree Planting Time; Nice Canadian National ad on back cover promotes their Alaskan service. Average wear and soiling. Binding intact. A sound vintage copy. 
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America's Forests and Forest Life Magazine, September, 1929, Multiple Contributors
5 Multiple Contributors America's Forests and Forest Life Magazine, September, 1929
USA The American Forestry Association 1929 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
64 pages. Features: A Glimpse into the Colorful Past of the Ontario-Minnesota Border Lakes - by Ernest C. Oberholtzer - article with wonderful photos; The Search for 11-year-old Jimmy Blake in Arizona's Blue Range - article with photos; The Huge Tulip Trees of North Carolina - photo-illustrated article by Orpheus Moyer Schantz; The Murmer of the Forest - by John L. Coontz; The Chippewa National Forest - photo-illustrated article by H.H. Chapman; The Farmer and Game Conservation - photo-illustrated article by James F. Hoge; The First Year of the Association's Southern Forestry Educational Project; "Old Yolla Bolly" the Bear - photo-illustrated article by Allen H. Hodgson; Two-pages of photos of bizarre trees; George P. Brett (President of Macmillan Publishing) and his foremost private Pinetum in the country - photos and article by Erle Kauffman; Water-Cress - article by Rachel M. Hutchinson; The Hall of Fame for Trees - photos and captions; The Care of Young Forests - photo-illustrated article by G.H. Collingwood; Full-page ad for 4 Square Lumber; White-Pine Blister-Rust Quarantine, by R.A. Sheals; Nice ad for Pacific Pumpers on back cover. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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American Forests and Forest Life, April 1928 - The Magazine of the American Forestry Association, Multiple Contributors
6 Multiple Contributors American Forests and Forest Life, April 1928 - The Magazine of the American Forestry Association
Washington, D.C. The American Forestry Association 1928 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Pages 194-256. Features: The Passing of the Maine Wilderness - article with photos of destruction by John C. Phillips; An Anchor to Forestward - How America Tried to Grow Trees for Sail of the line on Santa Rosa Island; Naming the Sequoia - article by Cristel Hastings; Robins and Ruminations - article by Guy W. von Schriltz; How Dierks Lumber and Coal Company is Placing one of the largest bodies of controlled timber in the world uner forest management; Wilderness Classroom - article with great animal photos by R.W. Hiestand; Bankers Join Forest Converts - realization that florests are 'flood insurance' arouses financial interests; American Forest Week - proclamation by President Calvin Coolidge; The Paradise of the Cedars - The Park of the Cedars in Algeria - great photos; Fireproofing the Georgia Woods, by I.F. Eldridge; Centerfold contains 8 amazing photos of unique trees; Chief Forester Greeley's Retirement; The Chinese Elm - a Valuable Tree; The Raindrop Family - a story for children; Shirley W. Allen Takes Up New Work; Snapshots of European Forests by an American Forester - Part IV - Finnish Forestry Pays, by John D. Guthrie - with photos; Boy Foresters Serve Denver - by David W. Thomas; Nice illustrated ad for the American KampKook gas range for the outdoor chef; A nice assortment of vintage ads; Pacific Pumpers ad on back cover. Centerfold loose but present. Cover holding by one staple. Somewhat above-average wear. Pencil markings to back cover. 
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American Forests and Forest Life, December 1928 - The Magazine of the American Forestry Association, Multiple Contributors
7 Multiple Contributors American Forests and Forest Life, December 1928 - The Magazine of the American Forestry Association
Washington, D.C. The American Forestry Association 1928 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Pages 707-768. Features: The Christmas Fir is Born - by Henry Clepper; Meeting the Red Menace (Forest Fire) - Uncle Sam's Policy of Trying to Save Pennies on Forest Fires is the Weak Link in National Forest Protection - article with great photos by Col. William B. Greeley; Evergreens of the Old Testament - by Adelaide Borah; Taming the Christmas Tree - the growing of evergreens for the Yule-tide season enters the ranks of new American industries - article with photos by Ovid M. Butler; Southern Cypress - article by Lysle Tomerlin with photos; Rusty and Ben (two bears) - story with photos by Stephen Doering; Keeping Christmas Green - the use of Holly and other plants to make wreaths; The Sport of Kings - Falconry - article with photos by Mabel Gillespie; Cutting Today's Forests to use in Coal Mines - article with nice photos by Thomas H. Wittkorn; The Tree That Would Not Die - the bald cypress beside the Monastery walls at St. Benedict's College in Indiana; Making better use of trees - article by C.L. Hamilton with amazing photos at the Wood Conversion Company at Cloquet, Minnesota; Seed Gathering in Minnesota's Pines - Men, Women and Children Comb the Innermost Haunts of America's Last Great Stand of Norway and White Pine for Seed in northern Minnesota - with photo of the Cass Lake Nursery kiln; The Fruit that named a forest - the Manzano apple trees planted at a Spanish mission centuries ago; Nice full-page travel ad for South Africa; Full-page ad by the Southern States Lumber Company features the sale of their 1,400 acre Magnolia Farm in Baldwin County, Alabama; Nice nostalgic ads. Average wear. Centerfold loose but present. Minimal pencil markings to contents. A sound copy. 
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American Forests and Forest Life, January 1928 - The Magazine of the American Forestry Association, Multiple Contributors
8 Multiple Contributors American Forests and Forest Life, January 1928 - The Magazine of the American Forestry Association
Washington, D.C. The American Forestry Association 1928 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
64 pages. Features: Spruce for Tomorrow's Paper - Can the Pulp and Paper Industry of the Northeast Survive? - with good photos; The Oldest Cultivated Trees in the World - Cypress Arches of Chapultepec Park, or the Bosque de Chapultepec, on the outskirts of Mexico City - with photos; Redwood Burls - by Emanuel Fritz - article with photos; The Forest and the Great Stone Face, by Allen Hollis; The Barred Door - by W.N. Craigie; Uncle Sam's First Timber Sale - near the quaint village of Nemo, South Dakota - with nice photos; Canada and the Migratory Bird Treaty; Don's Christmas Adventure - a story by Erle Kauffman; Shapshots of European Forests - In a Fir Forest of France - article with photos by John D. Guthrie; A Plea for the Forests - by Hon. John Q. Tilson; Planting Woodland Gardens - by J. Farnworth Anderson; A Man and a Mountain - Lije Coalman and Mount Hood, by Ethel Romig Fuller; Wasting Fortunes fo Make Fortunes - Guy Elliott Mitchell explains how vast quantities of Natural Gas are wasted in the search for oil - great photos including an an amazing shot of a forest of derricks in California; A Tale of a Bunny the Woodchuck - by C.H. McDonald; Nice two-color ad for the Pacific Pumper manufactured by Pacific Marine Supply Company of Seattle; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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American Forests and Forest Life, July, 1929 - The Magazine of the American Forestry Association, Multiple Contributors
9 Multiple Contributors American Forests and Forest Life, July, 1929 - The Magazine of the American Forestry Association
Washington, D.C. The American Forestry Association 1929 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
64 pages. Features: Timberline Pine - poem by Eunice Skamser; The Plateau of the Thousand Cows - Plateau de Millevache in France - interesting article with photos illustrating the reclamation of 400,000 acres of worn-out grazing land; Redwoods - Ever-living memorials - article by J.D. Grant with fantastic photos; The Fugitive Canoe - by Olaus J. Murie; Southern Forestry Project Expands; Pymatuning - Penn's Wilderness - photo-illustrated article by George Miksch Sutton; The First-born of Alaskan Forests - How the Russian ship "Phoenix" was hewn from the Sylvan monarchs of Resurrection Bay - it was the first ship built on the Northwestern Coast of America - photo-illustrated article by H.J. Lutz; August George Becker - the Cabinet-Maker of Clermont - photo-illustrated article by Charles R. Keyes; Dressing up wayside (roadside) refreshment stands - article by Clare Winger with photos of "The Bee Hive" owned by George A. Parker of Hoosick Falls, New York, and "Green Gable Tavern" owned by James B. Stoughton, of Boswell, PA; Photo-illustrated article on fishing by Harry Botsford; Ariel - by Will Simmons; Bobby - the story of a young Robin - photo illustrated by Hugh and Elin Spencer; The Sovereign Cypress; Their Uninvited Guest - Constance Mainwaring writes of her family's adventure - with photos; The Planting of Trees and Forests; Editorial - Miscontrolling the Mississippi; Are Gray Squirrels Carnivorous? - photo-illustrated article by R.S. Maddox, State Forester of Tennessee; and more - including great photo ads. Pacific Pumpers ad on back cover. Average wear. Binding intact. Faint mark across front cover (see photo). Name written atop Table of Contents. Relatively minor portions of moisture-related damage to top edge of last few pages. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Forestry Chronicle - December 1953, Multiple Contributors
10 Multiple Contributors The Forestry Chronicle - December 1953
Canada The Canadian Institute of Forestry 1953 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Vintage advertisements. Features:The forestry situation in Canada - present and future; Performance of Scotch Pine races under prairie conditions; Stereum Pini incorrectly reported as cause of decay in Lodgepole-Pine; Observations of Armillaria Mellea in Immature Douglas Fir; Trends and new developments in the transportation of wood in eastern Canada; The tree decadence classification for mature conifer stands; growth of immature Douglas Fir by tree classes; Forest Research Development in Sweden; and more. Prior owner's name atop front cover else clean and unmarked with moderate wear. Sound copy. 
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The Forestry Chronicle - June 1949, Multiple Contributors
11 Multiple Contributors The Forestry Chronicle - June 1949
Canada The Canadian Institute of Forestry 1949 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Vintage advertisements. Features: An outline for forest fire protection standards; fire control equipment and methods; forest fire protection; forest surveys and working plans in Manitoba; Trends in the supply of raw materials for the pulp and paper industry in B.C.; The measurement of maximum night relative humidity; and more. Prior owner's name atop front cover else clean and unmarked with moderate wear. Sound copy. 
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The Forestry Chronicle - June 1950, Multiple Contributors
12 Multiple Contributors The Forestry Chronicle - June 1950
Canada The Canadian Institute of Forestry 1950 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Vintage advertisements. Features: Teamwork in research; climate, soils and forests of Canada; Farm woodland management in the south; a gall disease of western hemlock in B.C.; Historical aspects of applied silviculture in eastern region; action needed for woodlot management promotion; silvicultural results of forest policies and practices in Manitoba and Saskatchewan; and more. Prior owner's name atop front cover else clean and unmarked with moderate wear. Sound copy. 
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The Forestry Chronicle - March 1953, Multiple Contributors
13 Multiple Contributors The Forestry Chronicle - March 1953
Canada The Canadian Institute of Forestry 1953 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Vintage advertisements. Features: current practices and future trends in forest insect control; industry encouragement to woodlot management; the federal-provincial forestry agreements; the forest resources inventory of Ontario 1946-1952; Logging and utilization in spruce-fir in the west; sustained yield forest management in B.C.; Forest practices on privately-owned and privately-operated public lands in Canada; Logging and utilization in spruce-fir in the east; and more. Prior owner's name atop front cover else clean and unmarked with moderate wear. Sound copy. 
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The Forestry Chronicle - March 1954, Multiple Contributors
14 Multiple Contributors The Forestry Chronicle - March 1954
Canada The Canadian Institute of Forestry 1954 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Vintage advertisements. Features: Inbreeding experiments with the Douglas Fir; Panel on Forest Proection; Panel on Forest Administration; Vital Statistics for Forestry in Canada; Viability and germination in yellow birch; and more. Prior owner's name atop front cover else clean and unmarked with moderate wear. Sound copy. 
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The Forestry Chronicle - September 1951, Multiple Contributors
15 Multiple Contributors The Forestry Chronicle - September 1951
Canada The Canadian Institute of Forestry 1951 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Vintage advertisements. Features: The farm woodlot in New England; The woodlot in Ontario; Woodlots in Manitoba; Farm woodlots in Eastern Ontario; Woodlot promotion in Alberta; A farm forestry situation in B.C.; Marketing farm woodlot products; the south's small woodlands and timber supply; woodlot management promotion by the C.I.F. in 1951; The Woodlot situation in New Brunswick; and more. Prior owner's name atop front cover else clean and unmarked with moderate wear. Sound copy. 
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The Forestry Chronicle - September 1952, Multiple Contributors
16 Multiple Contributors The Forestry Chronicle - September 1952
Canada The Canadian Institute of Forestry 1952 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
102 pages plus vintage advertisements. Features: The Fourth International Poplar Conference in Great Britain and Forest Tree Breeding in Denmark; Brown Stain and its effect on the strength of Pine Poles; The effect of several variables on the specific gravity of second-growth Douglas Fir; Spruce Identification by Twig Characteristics; Basal area as a control for partial cutting; Parana Pine and Eucalyptus in Brazil; An evaluation of several methods of estimating site index of immature stands; and more. Prior owner's name atop front cover else clean and unmarked with moderate wear. Sound copy. 
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The Forestry Chronicle - September 1953, Multiple Contributors
17 Multiple Contributors The Forestry Chronicle - September 1953
Canada The Canadian Institute of Forestry 1953 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Vintage advertisements. Features: A survey of coniferous forest succession in the Eastern Rockies; Decay in White Spruce at the Kananaskis Forest Experiment Station; 'Selective Cutting' and the all-aged stand; Relative efficiency of some specific plot-sizes in estimating timber volumes in some specific timber types; the Saskatchewan Forest Inventory; Studies on White Pine Blister Rust in Nova Scotia; The Hatchet Planimeter; Forest sites - a discussion; seeding of cutovers and mechanical logging; and more. Prior owner's name atop front cover else clean and unmarked with moderate wear. Sound copy. 
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The Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors Magazine, August 1931, Multiple Contributors
18 Multiple Contributors The Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors Magazine, August 1931
Montreal The Canadian Forestry Association 1931 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Horsfall, R.Bruce (Cover) 
Pages 385-424. Features: This Tourist Business of Ours - is it a billion dollar ballyhoo? - photo at Radium Hot Springs; Painted Mountains - Cameron Lake of Waterton National Park; Camper - Respect the Weather!; White Water - photo-illustrated canoeing article by Grey Owl; Memories of Flashing Streams - the trout run big in Cape Breton; "A Big Bee" Brings Pipe of Peace - wonderfully photo-illustrated article describes how treaty money is paid, land is dealt, etc. with Ontario's Native peoples; Blackbird Blizzards; When You're Lost in the Woods - using your watch as a compass; Birds for the Prairie Shelter Belt; With Our Junior Fire Wardens; Trailing the Clouds on Horseback - the life of Rocky Mountain Guide Old Man Logan; Jack Miner's Mail Bag; A Bird Sanctuary in Nova Scotia - by John W. Piggott; Forest Business in British Columbia, by Hon. N.S. Lougheed - includes amazing half-page photo of fallers, their long saws and massive fallen timber; ; Black Bass Furnish Hot Weather Sport, by Ozark Ripley. Nice two-colour ad for C.I.L.'s Dominion Ammunition inside front cover. Canadian National ad inside back cover promotes big game hunting in Canada. Nice ad for Western Super-X shotgun shells on back cover. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors Magazine, February 1931, Multiple Contributors
19 Multiple Contributors The Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors Magazine, February 1931
Montreal, Canada The Canadian Forestry Association 1931 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Goodwin, Philip R. (Cover) 
Pages 60-108. Features: Bold red and black ad for C.I.L's Dominion Ammunition inside front cover; Wonderful full-page photo of a fashionable young couple in contemporary swimwear at the Radium Hot Springs drinking fountain; The Story of the Canadian Forestry Association; Photo of crowd at the Fairy Lake ski jump near Hull, Quebec; Winter Tenting has its compensations; Trees produce successive crops; Grey Owl's beloved beavers are killed; The Dogs of the Trails - sleigh dogs delight in hard work when well treated; Leaks in our Game Supply - Part 2 by Hamilton M. Laing; ; Doctor Forest - Wholesale Druggist - good medicine found in the forest - some of which is worth more than its weight in gold; This Game Warden has a Man's Job - Sergeant Rose enforces Canadian law over 190,000 square miles; Birds of the Bread Line - they bring drama and romance to the window sill; Stalking a Lynx - by Bonnycastle Dale, Jr.; The Tree Acrobat (the Squirrel) - part 2, by A. Brooker Klugh; Tree Shelter Belt in Manitoba; Tree Tips from Nature; The Relation of Wood and Bark - function of cambium in their origin and growth - trees as historians; When Winter Comes in the Woods; The Pioneer Fishermen of the North, by Mary Loretto Weekes; Forestry in Sweden - many valuable suggestions in forestry may be obtained; Fantastic photo ad inside front cover by Mussens Limited shows their Fordson tractor modified for winter logging; Wonderful colour ad on back cover for Victoria's Empress Hotel 'climate tempered by the Japan current'. Average wear and soiling. Binding intact. Minor nibbling to top of front cover - image unaffected. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors Magazine, July 1931, Multiple Contributors
20 Multiple Contributors The Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors Magazine, July 1931
Montreal, Canada The Canadian Forestry Association 1931 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Pages 335-380. Features: Nice Canadian National ad featuring Minaki Lodge inside front cover; "Wonder Dogs" in Real Life; Spendthrifts of the Fur Supply - Whites blamed for wildlife depletion; ; In the Path of the Red Plague - how forest fires may be prevented; Reading Nature's Writing - observing her well-hidden ways and secrets; Canada Must Safeguard Forest Capital - by Dr. Clifton D. Howe; The Making of a Birch Bark Canoe - by Wallace Kirkland - great article with interesting photos; Bird Life in the Maritimes; Hon. L.P.D. Tilley, K.C.; The Yellow Pine Guyacatus; The Flower Lady of Seven Persons - Prairie beautification; Gulf of St. Lawrence Cruises; Bears are Almost Human; The Evolution of a Snipe Family; A King Among Fresh Water Fish - The Steelhead trout of Vancouver Island; A Real Fisherman; Learning to Travel in the Woods - how to use the compass; Ontario's Ware Against Fire Plague; Natural Reforestation on Vancouver Island north of Oyster River; Canadian Forestry Association Activities. Clarke Steamship ad inside back cover; Davey Tree Surgeons ad on back cover. Average wear and soiling. Binding intact. A sound vintage copy. 
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