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The Economic Review: Complete in Twenty-Four (24) Volumes, 1891-1914, Campion, Rev. W.J.H.; Carter, Rev. J.; Phelps, Rev. I.R.; Et al: Editors
1 Campion, Rev. W.J.H.; Carter, Rev. J.; Phelps, Rev. I.R.; Et al: Editors The Economic Review: Complete in Twenty-Four (24) Volumes, 1891-1914
London Percival & Co./Rivingtons 1891 First Edition Hardcover Fair Former Library Copy 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
The complete works of this early British learned economic journal which was published quarterly between 1881 and 1914 for the Oxford University Branch of The Christian Social Union. Includes writings by many names familiar to the modern historian of economic thought including: W.J. Ashley; W.H. Beveridge; J. Bonar; A.L. Bowley; Edwin Cannan; S.J. Chapman; A.W. Flux; L.L. Price; J.C. Stamp; R.H. Tawney; Sidney Webb; Beatrice Webb. Usual library markings. Most volumes bound in three-quarter leather with raised bands. Many later volumes bound in black buckram. Buckram volumes in good condition although all volumes bear varying degrees of external dustiness due to the partial disintegration of the leather on the leather-bound volumes which has produced considerable residue. Some leather backstrips partially loose. Gilt lettering upon all backstrips bears varying degrees of wear. Bindings generally sound. Leather volumes bear heavy external wear. Aside from the external soiling/dust, a worthy working compilation of this rare and interesting journal. Total weight approximately 90 pounds. 
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The National Home Monthly Magazine, February (Feb.) 1934 - Present and Future Transportation / Australia's Central Bank, Dickie, F.; Ralph, M.; Wallace, E.; Howard-Burleigh, F.; Atlee, B.; Kelly, M.; France, B.; Et al
2 Dickie, F.; Ralph, M.; Wallace, E.; Howard-Burleigh, F.; Atlee, B.; Kelly, M.; France, B.; Et al The National Home Monthly Magazine, February (Feb.) 1934 - Present and Future Transportation / Australia's Central Bank
Canada The National Home Monthly 1934 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Twelvetrees (cover); Clymer, John F.; Holmgren, John; Smith, Ralph C.; Booth, Hanson; Matteson, B.V.V.; Diamond, Samuel 
64 pages. Features: Nice cover illustration of sledding scene; Classy two-page 1934 Chevrolet ad with prominent illustration of handsome grille; One-page yeast ad features photos of Dr. Edouard Antoine of Paris; Australia's Central Bank - interesting article on contemporary developments in central banking; One-page color Crisco ad; Mean People (short story); The Beginning (short story); Taking Children to Sea - interestin photo-illustrated article on attractions offered for children aboard ocean liners; The Trimming of Paul Lumiere (short story); The Girl in Green (short story); White Cargo (part 2 of short story); Tomorrow's Transportation - interesting photo-illustrated article; The Impregnable "Mountain" - photo-illustrated article on Stony Mountain Penitentiary and its escapee California Bill; Pond's ad features photo of Mrs. Henry Field of Chicago; Two-page Dodge photo ad features crowd gathered around car and another photo of car flying over cliff; Photos of Hollywood stars; Interesting Lux ad includes photo of Barbara Rainforth; Movie News and photos; Nice two-page photo ad for the New Plymouth Six includes photo of Walter P. Chrysler; Radio Stars - news and photos; Movie Reviews; Beauty article; Cooking article about Tea; One-page ad for Magic Baking Powder features photo of Madame R. Lacroix; Interesting Bovril ad includes photos of their product being loaded onto ship, the "Bear of Oakland", of Antarctic explorer Admiral Byrd; Fashion illustrations; One-page Kodak ad entitled "Snapshots at Night!"; Magnificent colour ad for Heinz ketchup inside back cover entitled "Wonderful Wedding" depicts 'blue-blood' female tomatoes being paired with Asian spicy males!; Colour Dutch Cleanser ad on back cover; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
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Pictorial Weekly, January 21st,, 1928, No. 1,494, Vol, CXV - British Boys in Slavery!, Greaves, Richard; Thorpe, Harold; Greenland, George W.; Farjeon, J. Jefferson; Bridges, T.C.; Greenwood, A.G.; Fyfe, George; Wallace, Edgar; Hatton, A.P.;
3 Greaves, Richard; Thorpe, Harold; Greenland, George W.; Farjeon, J. Jefferson; Bridges, T.C.; Greenwood, A.G.; Fyfe, George; Wallace, Edgar; Hatton, A.P.; Pictorial Weekly, January 21st,, 1928, No. 1,494, Vol, CXV - British Boys in Slavery!
London The Amalgamated Press, Ltd. 1928 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
40 pages. Features: The Cost of Living Mystery - Why the index figure today is unfair Perilous Island - a story of the eternal triangle in the tropics; Keeping the Zoo Fit - the latest medical aids for aiding birds and beasts; Under Cover - a new adventure of Detective X. Crook; "Stop and Look" Interesting pictures, including a 'mobile home' carved from a huge tree trunk; Spook Ships of Britain - ghostly vessels that haunt our shores; British Boys in Slavery! - no greater scandal exists today than the practice of sending British orphan boys and 'first offenders' to Canada and Ireland to be 'apprenticed to farm work, for which they are wretchedly paid and poorly looked after; Love is Blind; Air Wonders of Today - article with great photos; Angel Esquire (fiction); All About Old Age Pensions; Unmarked. Coverfold half open. Several middle pages loose but present. Somewhat above-average wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, April 7, 1947: Cover Photo of Sen. Arthur H. Vandenberg, Hazlitt, Henry; et al
4 Hazlitt, Henry; et al Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, April 7, 1947: Cover Photo of Sen. Arthur H. Vandenberg
USA Weekly Publications 1947 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
96 pages. Features: Nice one-page color ad for Lincoln cars features a red four-door with suicide doors; One-page color ad promotes Florida vacations; Classy color one-page ad for Mallory Hats; One-page photo ad for North American Aviation Inc. features their Navion 4-passenger plane; Hoover - "U.S. Communists are better organized than any fifth column Hitler had."; Senator Claude Pepper; Hawaii - struggle for control; Centralia Coal Co. Mine disaster at Wamac, Illinois; Attractive Coke ad shows three young office ladies eating their lunches in office; Color Camel cigarette ad features champion fisher Mrs. Dorothy Allan Newstead of Georgia; British prepare to turn Palestine over to the United Nations; Awesome one-page color Chevrolet ad features big chrome grill over flat black background; The French Four-Year Plan; Where are the POWS? - Two million missing Germans captured by the Soviets; Disastrous food situation in the Ruhr; Finnish physiotherapist Dr. Felix Kersten releases his analysis and observations of Himmler's personality; Color ad for 1947 Ford cars; Violence in Formosa; Photos of Australian girls bidding farewell to American sailors on the Wooloomooloo wharf in Sydney; Communism in Franc - illusions and realities; Jeep ad shows it doing utility jobs; Brief obituaries for Johnny Evers, Charles S. Whitman and Edith Craig; Examining Hiroshima victims 16 months later; Uranium 233; Barbara Ward - First Lady of the Economist; Airlines - Eddie Rickenbacker of Eastern; Photo of Horace T. Pentecost and his one-man "Hoppi-Copter" helicopter; Glorious color ad for Chrysler cars at apple blossom time; Henry Hazlitt writes on High Taxes vs. Incentive and Revenue; Photo of world record swimmer Joe Verdeur; Wonderfully-illustrated Fruehauf Trailers ad features the Minnehaha natural spring water and their loading docks on wheels; Erich Leinsdorf; Nice two-page ad for Newsweek; Nice color ad for Venus drawing pencils; Color-photo ad for Corby's whiskey; Nostalgic ad for P.I.E. - Pacific Intermountain Express (truck lines); Color-photo Studebaker ad inside back cover; and more. Above-average wear and soiling. Age-toning to contents. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Alaska Sportsman Magazine, May, 1942 - Alaska's Copper Currency, The Tinneh", Keithahn, E.L.; Ederer, B.F.; Suydam, Harry L.; DeLay, J.E.
5 Keithahn, E.L.; Ederer, B.F.; Suydam, Harry L.; DeLay, J.E. The Alaska Sportsman Magazine, May, 1942 - Alaska's Copper Currency, The Tinneh"
Ketchikan, Alaska Alaska Magazine Publishing Company 1942 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Lyman, Robert; Elwell, Niska 
30 pages. Many black and white photos. Features: Main Trails and Bypaths; Alaska's Copper Currency - the value of the 'tinneh' or chief's copper, was determined by its history; Through Alaska's Back Door - life takes on new interest for those who travel the arduous route to Alaska via its little-used 'back door'; Soapy Smith - the fourth of a series of eight chapters on "The Klondikers"; We Nearly Conquered Saint Elias - this party encountered crevasses, almost impossible ledges and a blizzard atop an 18,000-foot mountain; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Dearborn Independent (Magazine) - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, March (Mar.) 12, 1927: Debt - Our Biggest National Industry, Laket, Henry; Stidger, William L.; Colby, Captain Elbridge; Jenks, Albert Ernest; Bacon, Irving R.; Colman, Edna M.; Mac Farland, Alice; Beckman, James W.
6 Laket, Henry; Stidger, William L.; Colby, Captain Elbridge; Jenks, Albert Ernest; Bacon, Irving R.; Colman, Edna M.; Mac Farland, Alice; Beckman, James W. The Dearborn Independent (Magazine) - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, March (Mar.) 12, 1927: Debt - Our Biggest National Industry
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1927 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Bacon, Irving R. (cover); Van Der Heyden, Gerald; Kidd, Betty Jane 
32 pages. Features: Fun photos of children inside front cover; Debt - Our Biggest National Industry/Money - Our Most Costly Commodity - Can the Price of Money Be Decreased?; The Backstage Story of the Marion Talley Drama - article with photo; Morality That Was First Military - army commanders long ago discovered principles now claimed by pacifists; Where the People of the British Isles Came From; Books That Started the Bells Ringing; Henry Ford's Page - Businessmen are leaders of social movements; Editorials - the McNary-Haugen Bill is vetoed, Judge Ben Lindsey of Denver advocates trial marriage, Madame Schumann-Heink denies endorsing a cigarette (being aimed at women); Skiing in the Bavarian Alps; Paid - A Billion Dollars for Beauty - Sleuths of Science Still on the Trail of Elixir of Youth; Benjamin Franklin as an Abolitionist - fascinating article; Intimate Glimpses of Elbert Hubbard - photo-illustrated article; Chats with Office Callers; I Read in the Papers; News Bits; Nice dog/puppy photos inside back cover. Somewhat above-average wear. Unmarked. Middle page loose but present. A worthy vintage copy. Bonus: Blank 8.5" x 5.5" subscription renewal form laid-in. 
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The National Home Monthly Magazine, November 1934 - Heroic Canadian Monetary Reformer Gerald Grattan McGeer, McGeer, G.G. (Gerald/Gerry Grattan); Andrews, M.; Cave, H.; Batten, H.; Blumenfeld, D.; Lynde, F.;  Brooks, T.; Thorne, D.; Sieburth, M.; Et al
7 McGeer, G.G. (Gerald/Gerry Grattan); Andrews, M.; Cave, H.; Batten, H.; Blumenfeld, D.; Lynde, F.; Brooks, T.; Thorne, D.; Sieburth, M.; Et al The National Home Monthly Magazine, November 1934 - Heroic Canadian Monetary Reformer Gerald Grattan McGeer
Canada The National Home Monthly 1934 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Cucchi, A. (cover); Holmgren, John; Matteson, B.V.V.; Sellen, H.E.; Clymer, J.F. 
76 pages. Features: Ceylon Tea Bureau ad inside front cover features colour painting of Laurentian Scene by F. S. Coburn; The Way to Solvency - famous Canadian monetary reformer G.G. McGeer makes his case for changes to the Bank of Canada; Super one-page colour ad for Heinz canned beans and spaghetti; Fantastic one-page colour-photo Chipso ad features Mrs. John Boyle, Jr. and her children Mercedes, John and Patricia; Sometime We'll Meet (short story); Bloomin' Idol (short story); Afghanistan Destined for Conflict - a most prophetic photo-illustrated article; Children of the Heather (short story); The Haunted Yashiki (Japanese short story); Pinch-Hitting for Sir Galahad (short story); Dogs in My Life - illustrated article by Diana Thorne; Gesso Craft; One-page photo-ad for Pond's cold cream features Miss Frederica Vanderbilt Webb and Mrs. Reginald Vanderbilt; Two-page photo-ad for Fleischmann's XR Yeast features large photo of Dr. R.E. Lee; Little Rambles in Hollywood; Great one-page Lux soap ad features photo of Ginger Rogers; Illustrated fashion article; Cookery article; Beauty article; Wow! one-page full-colour photo of NHL hockey player Charlie Conacher of the Toronto Maple Leafs on the ice; Colour Old Dutch cleanser ad on back cover; and more. Includes blank subscription form and envelope. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this extraordinary issue. 
Price: 495.00 USD
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The New York Times Magazine, September (Sept.) 8, 1963: Maurice Chevalier at 75 - Still a One-Man Show, Morgenthau, Hans J.; Wicker, Tom; Zagoria, Sam; Pines, Maya; Bowen, Elizabeth; Szulc, Tad; Schwartz, George; Schneider, P.E.; Corman, Rena; Peck, Seymour; Payne, Robert; Buckley, T.; Murphy, J
8 Morgenthau, Hans J.; Wicker, Tom; Zagoria, Sam; Pines, Maya; Bowen, Elizabeth; Szulc, Tad; Schwartz, George; Schneider, P.E.; Corman, Rena; Peck, Seymour; Payne, Robert; Buckley, T.; Murphy, J The New York Times Magazine, September (Sept.) 8, 1963: Maurice Chevalier at 75 - Still a One-Man Show
New York The New York Times 1963 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Stern; Dean, Abner; Fuhring, Robert; Hrossman, H.; Doty, Roy; Glueckselig, Leo; Anderson, Doug; Golden, Alice; Block, Ruth; Stock, Dennis; Hortens, Walter; Ducrot, Jerome 
116 pages. Features: Cover photo of stolid East German woman working on construction project in East Berlin; One-page Loew's Hotel ad features the Americana of New York; Lovely fashion ads; Germany Give Rise to Vast Uncertainties - can we be sure how the Bonn Republic will use its capacity to tip the scales?; Five photos of street scenes in East Berlin; Q's and A's About Presidential Press Conferences - with photos of JFK; Suggestions to Improve Congress; The Laser Lights Up the Future - article on its great potential; Enchanted Centenary of the Brothers Grimm; Photo-illustrated article on the Dominican Republic's President Juan Bosch, successor to the late dictator Rafael Leonidas Trujillo; The Theories of John Maynard Keynes are now seen in the main line of Economic Thought - with widespread social consequences; Interesting Dan River color fashion ad features lady in path of wrecking ball; Feature photo-illustrated article on Maurice Chevalier; Photo of Ray Conniff in one-page Columbia Records ad; The Student Princess - photos of Princess Ann and her soon-to-be school Benenden; The Lincoln Center - The Art of the Film - with seven photos from films; Great 'Fantasy' fashion photos; Cheesecake recipes; Sandler Shoes; Photos of incorporating hi-fi equipment into home design; Kenwood Stereo ad; Fascinating four photos of Korean lady divers who retreive fish life and vegetation from the sea floor - for $1.50 per day. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy 
Price: 199.95 USD
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Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, January 27, 1947: Cover Photo of Ingrid Bergman;, Multiple Contributors
9 Multiple Contributors Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, January 27, 1947: Cover Photo of Ingrid Bergman;
USA Weekly Publications 1947 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Olinsky, Ivan; MacPherson, Orison 
96 pages. Features: Nice color ad for Pan American World Airways inside front cover features travel to Guatemala; B.F. Goodrich ad features photo of huge articulated bus owned by Santa Fe Trailways; Gillette shaving blade ad features speedskater Irving Jaffee; Nice color ad for Ford cars; Former Soviet official Kiril M. Alexeieff; Russian shortwave broadcasts to America; Nice color General Tire ad; What Stalin said to Montgomery; Plymouth car ad; Photo of Kelly the Clown; Poland harassed by 170,000 Russian-trained security police; Behind the Japanese Purge - American Military Rivalries; Britain's postwar moral climate; Brief obituaries for Jean-Marie Cardinal Villeneuve, James T. (Jimmy) Sheckard, Lt. Gen. Daniel I. Sultan, and Pedro Leao Velloso; Nice International Truck ad features oil drilling scene; Accused murderer William Heirens, University of Chicago student; Photo of Polio virus isolators Drs. Hubert S. Loring and C.E. Schwerdt; Father of Radio - Lee de Forest; Color ad for the Lockheed Constellation aircraft features Rio party scene; Henry Hazlitt writes on "Stabilizing" the Economy; New York Yankee article with photo of Trippe who spurned them for Charles Bidwill of the Cardinals; Nice color-photo ad for McCall's Magazine; Freeze the RFC; and more. Average wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Dearborn Independent (Magazine) - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, March (Mar.) 19, 1927 -  Japan Looks to America to Prevent Wars / The True Story Behind "Mary Had a Little Lamb", Stidger, William L.; Laket, Henry; Lindsay, Vachel; Lowdermilk, Inez Marks; Jenks, Albert Ernest; Collins, Joseph
10 Stidger, William L.; Laket, Henry; Lindsay, Vachel; Lowdermilk, Inez Marks; Jenks, Albert Ernest; Collins, Joseph The Dearborn Independent (Magazine) - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, March (Mar.) 19, 1927 - Japan Looks to America to Prevent Wars / The True Story Behind "Mary Had a Little Lamb"
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1927 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Clarke, W.W.; Van Der Heyden, Gerald; 
32 pages. Features: A Preacher Tells The Inside Story of Sinclair Lewis and His Preacher Book; A $20,000,000 Bond Issue That Will Cost the Taxpayers $49,500,000 (second in a series presenting some of the hidden features of modern finance underlying public bond issues); Gibson Girls, Gibson Men and the Chicago World's Fair; Japan Looks to America to Prevent Wars - Freedom from Extra Taxation for Armaments What They Most Want - article with wonderful photos; Every Person Has At Least One Book in Him; Henry Ford's Page - Finance Must Get Into Step; Editorials - Professor E.W. Kemmerer and Polish debt, Conspiracy, Fraud, the Elk Hills Oil Reserve, and Messrs. Doheny and Fall, attempt to impeach Judge Frank Cooper for upholding the country's prohibition law; People of the British Isles - The English; A Doctor Looks at Doctors - and sees them as they cannot see themselves; The True Story of Mary's Little Lamb - article with illustration of Mary Elizabeth Sawyer (Mrs. Columbus Tyler) and teacher Miss Polly Kimball; One-page ad (with photo) for Edison - Columbia - Victor recordings of the Old American Dances, as played by the Henry Ford Dance Orchestra; What is a Dollar Worth? (short piece); Chats with Office Callers - Smedley Butler cleans liquor from the San Diego Marine Barracks; Q & A; I Read in the Papers - Controversial play entitled "The Captive" and Otto H. Kahn of Famous Players, Ripon College student Lynn Wells operates a bookstore but carries no inventory, with nearly all his orders going to foreign countries; News Bits; photos of large sailboats inside back cover. Somewhat above-average wear with nibbling along coverfold. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy. 
Price: 299.95 USD
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The National Home Monthly Magazine, May 1934 - How America Guards Her Gold / Glimpses of Austria's Tortured Soul, Sutton, G.; Salverson, L.; Stoneham, C.; Cunningham, L.; Soutar, A.; Phayre, I.; Drummond-Hay, Lady H.; Mott, M.; Elliott, G.; Fulcher, E.
11 Sutton, G.; Salverson, L.; Stoneham, C.; Cunningham, L.; Soutar, A.; Phayre, I.; Drummond-Hay, Lady H.; Mott, M.; Elliott, G.; Fulcher, E. The National Home Monthly Magazine, May 1934 - How America Guards Her Gold / Glimpses of Austria's Tortured Soul
Canada The National Home Monthly 1934 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Holmgren, John; Clymer, John F.; Valentine, A.C.; Matteson, B.V.V.; Smith, Ralph C. 
72 pages. Features: Yeast ad features photos of Dr. Samuel Melamet; How America Guards her "Frozen" Gold - photo-illustrated article from the days when gold was considered money; Nice one-page colour ad for Swift's premium bacon; Lovely one-page colour-photo Chipso ad features Mrs. S.J. Oechsle and her children Bob, Jean and Jack; Painted Tin (short story); Dark Star (short story); Glimpses of Austria's tortured soul - fascinating photo-illustrated article on the recent Socialist-Republican insurrection and other troubles facing the nation; The White Giraffe (short story); Around the Modern Homes in England - photo-illustrated article on interior design ideas; The Man Who Lived in Twilight (short story); The White Cat (short story); One-page Pond's ad features photo of beautiful Whitney Bourne; What Give for Mother?; Nice one-page Winchester cigarette ad features photo of young lady in tie and fedora; Fancy playhouse for kids; One-page Ethyl ad features large photo of the Indianapolis 500; One-page Ford car ad features photo of three adults in back seat - 'Roominess and Riding Comfort'; Photos of celebrity homes in Hollywood; Nice one-page Oldsmobile ad features the 1934 All-feature Six; Hollywood news and photos; Nice Lux soap one-page ad features photo of Carole Lombard; Uncommon 5" x 3.5" ad for Peterborough Boats; Fashion article with illustrations; Cooking article; World Sayings; Very nice Chevrolet Truck ad inside back cover features seven truck models; Beautiful Ceylon Tea Bureau ad on back cover features colour reproduction of painting 'Moraine Lake, Valley of the Ten Peaks" by Richard Jack; many vintage ads; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this nice vintage issue. 
Price: 299.95 USD
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