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National Home Monthly Magazine, April (Apr.) 1936 - Beijing (Peiping) Under Martial Law / First Easter Among the Godless in Russia / Olympic Preview / How Dictators are Guarded, Billett, M.; Paxton, A.; Clay, C.; Butcher, M.; White, S.; Schwangart, W.; Welikotny, A.; Brown, J.; Shart, J.; Hewlett, A.
1 Billett, M.; Paxton, A.; Clay, C.; Butcher, M.; White, S.; Schwangart, W.; Welikotny, A.; Brown, J.; Shart, J.; Hewlett, A. National Home Monthly Magazine, April (Apr.) 1936 - Beijing (Peiping) Under Martial Law / First Easter Among the Godless in Russia / Olympic Preview / How Dictators are Guarded
Winnipeg National Home Monthly / Stovel 1936 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Wilson, Alan (cover); Clymer, John F.; Watson, Emmett; Hunter, Graham; Holmgren, John; Matteson, B.V.V. Phillips, John; 
80 pages. Features: Nice colour ad for Dominion Inlaid Linoleum inside front cover; Editorial topics include - Advertising our country, Typical problems in the western provinces, The Return of Employment, and The Cost of Sickness; The Smooth Silence (short story); The Carpenter (short story); Peiping (Beijing/Peking) Under Martial Law - photo-illustrated article of events in troubled China; Not a Case for the Jury (short story); The Girl Who Wouldn't Get Up (short story); The Spongers (short story); First Easter Among the Godless - photo-illustrated article told by Alexander Welikotny describes his experiences in Russia; Heil Summer, Heil Sport, All Heil! - article looks forward to the Olympics, with photos of Canadian Crew Champions, The Leanders "Eight" of Hamilton, broad jumper "Sammy" Richardson, and walker "Hank" Cieman of Toronto; Nice one-page Plymouth ad features a four-Door Touring Sedan and photo of A.B. Ellis, Radio Engineer of station CKLW; Parker pen one-page ad features photo of Princess Rostislav; Nice one-page Dodge care ad includes photo of a Model "D2" four-door Touring Sedan, and photo of Mr. F. Lyle Kelly, of Windsor, Ontario; First report of the Bank of Canada; Great two-page Easter Chevrolet ad features a green two-door; Movie news includes photos of Warner Baxter, Charlie Chaplin, Jessie Matthews, Sonnie Hale, Norma Shearer, Leslie Howard, Billy Lee, and Shirley Temple; Great one-page Lux soap ad features photo of Grace Moore; Pond's ad includes photo of Eleanor Roosevelt, Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Latrobe Roosevelt of Washington, D.C.; Blue Jay Corn Plaster ad entitled "Corn Demon Killed"; Half-page Canadian National Railways ad features Jasper National Park; Cooking article; Nice one-page ad for Magic Baking Powder; features Miss Lillian Loughton; Spring Cleaning article; Nice one-page Heinz ad features photo of Josephine Gibson; Canadian Pacific half-page ad features photo of the Empress of Britain; Uncommon half-page ad for Ingram's Milkweed Cream; Beauty article; Tangee ad features photo of Lyle Talbot who picked the most appealing lips in an interesting test; World Sayings; Ad inside back cover protests preferential treatment of foreign periodicals in Canada; Wonderful colour back-cover ad for Tea features a Ripley's Believe it or Not theme and says "Drink More Tea for Vitality!"; and more. Average wear. A sound copy of this great vintage issue. 
Price: 299.95 USD
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Time Magazine (Canadian Edition), August (Aug.) 24, 1970 - New Money Managers Shake Wall St., Multiple Contributors
2 Multiple Contributors Time Magazine (Canadian Edition), August (Aug.) 24, 1970 - New Money Managers Shake Wall St.
Canada Time 1970 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
60 pages. Features: Canada welcomes US tourists by the Phalanx; The Strawberry Fields Festival at Mosport Park, Ontario; Joseph MacInnis - Habitue of Underwater Habitats; Richard Nixon Goes South for Integration - with photo of him glad-handing on New Orleans' Canal Street; Loading nerve gas at Sunny Point, NC; Martha Griffiths - Graceful Feminist;The American woman's fight for equality; Guns belonging to Angela Davis found to have been used in recent court murder in Marin County, CA; Shadow over Suez truce; Brandt and Kosygin sign treaty; Murder, Tupamaros-style, in Uruguay; Violence in India (with graphic photo); How Hanoi Hangs On; China's Army Man - Huang Yung-Sheng - a taste for snake broth and dog meat; Photos of Vanessa Redgrave and Isabella Rossellini; Riot in "The Tombs", the Manhattan House of Detention of Men; Ralph Nader receives $425k from G.M. for invading his privacy; Japan envisions Magnetic Train; Why the Cricket Chirps; Cincinatti Reds - The Big Red Machine - article with photo of Johnny Bench, Pete Rose, Carbo, Perez and Tolan; King of the Road - Bicycle Racer Eddy Merckx; Article on closing streets to traffic in favour of pedestrians - with photos of Fifth Ave. and Ginza; Father Daniel Berrigan - receives jail sentence for destroying selective service records; St. Herman of Alaska; The Pope's Jews; Free Enterprise for Schools; Passing of Dr. Stuart Brinkley Jr., Colonel George J. McNally, Jack Fishberg and Joe Lapchick; Change and Turmoil on Wall St. - major article; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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Scientific American November (Nov.) 1929 Volume 141 Number 5  - Featuring Timeless Great Depression Advertising Fail, Munn, Orson D.: Editor
3 Munn, Orson D.: Editor Scientific American November (Nov.) 1929 Volume 141 Number 5 - Featuring Timeless Great Depression Advertising Fail
New York Scientific American Publishing Company 1929 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall McCay, Winsor 
Lucky Strike cigarette ad on back cover provides a truly classic and timeless example of a mis-timed advertisement. Consider that the great Wall St. stock market crash of 1929 occurred mere days before this issue hit the newsstands. Beneath the caption "An Ancient Prejudice has been removed" appears a clenched fist labeled as "American Intelligence" breaking a heavy chain. Top left a paranoid miser stacks his gold by candlelight. Top right a wealthy couple visits their palatial bank. Text beneath miser reads "Hoarding gold with the fanatical zeal of the miser has vanished. American Intelligence sponsors thousands of banking institutions to which the individual (i.e. the wealthy couple) safely entrusts his wealth." The message is clear. Readers should put their trust (and money) in the banks, and shun gold. This issue was likely printed just as the Great Crash occurred, causing countless financial institutions to go under - and destroying even more individual fortunes. (The ad goes on to claim that cigarettes have similarly overcome the prejudice against them.) A truly stunning work which deserves to be preserved and reflected upon in this age of limitless fiat currency printing. Average wear with three-inch crease to lower corner of back cover. Suitably framed and mounted, this ad will make a superlative office display for any precious metals executive. 
Price: 4500.00 USD
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National Home Monthly Magazine, June 1936 - Scotland Yard vs. Crime / Golf Duds and Stars / The Debt Dilemma, Seifert, S.; Paxton, A.; Batten, H.; Moorhouse, A.; Billett, M.; Brown, E.; Rose, W.; Lorant, M.; Brown, J.
4 Seifert, S.; Paxton, A.; Batten, H.; Moorhouse, A.; Billett, M.; Brown, E.; Rose, W.; Lorant, M.; Brown, J. National Home Monthly Magazine, June 1936 - Scotland Yard vs. Crime / Golf Duds and Stars / The Debt Dilemma
Winnipeg National Home Monthly / Stovel 1936 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Humphrey, Walter Beach (cover); Holmgren, John; Maltman, W.; Batten, H. Mortimer; Smith, Ralph C.; Clymer, John F.; Diamond, Samuel; Phillips, John; Reiss, Winold 
72 pages. Features: Nice cover illustration of boy celebrating summer vacation; Sisman's Scampers shoe ad inside front cover; Editorials deal with these topics - Partial Relief, A Doctor, Not a Nurse, Maintaining the Tradition, The Cooperatives, Farewell Toscanini, and Not Conquest but Murder; Trollop (short story); This Peace (short story); A Modern Odyssey - photo-illustrated article by Edgar N. Brown describes sea travel; Rough 'Un (short story); The Black Ace (short story); The Smooth Silence (short story); The Dilemma of Debt; Scotland Yard Versus Crime - photo-illustrated article on the system employed by this world famous organization to track down criminals, law breakers and lesser offenders; Golf Duds & Meteors - photo-illustrated golf article with photos of Charles A. Whitcome, Albert "Scotty" Campbell, Lex Robson, Tony Manero, Willie Lamb, and Tommy Armour; It's In the Bag - interesting article on the history of purses; Half-page Canadian Pacific ad features Banff; Palmolive ad features photo of Montreal stylist and designer Doris Preston; Nostalgic half-page ad for McClary Stoves; Vintage half-page photo ad for Eddy's Sterilized White Swan toilet paper shows fellow in bathing suit at the beach; Movie news with photos of Clark Gable, Francis Lederer, Ida Lupino, William Powell, Jean Chadburn, Alison Skipworth, Warren William, Conrad Veidt, Renee Ray, and more; Lux soap ad features photo of Joan Bennett; Photo of Dick Powell in Quaker Puffed Wheat ad; Pond's ad features photos of Miss Barbara Hebbard and Lady Daphne Straight; Unusual half-page ad for Blue-Jay Corn Plaster, by Bauer & Black Scientific; Nice half-page Canadian Pacific photo-ad features the Empress of Britain; Business News includes mention of the recent Alberta default; Cooking article; Lovely one-page colour Kraft ad features their cheese products; Nice one-page Heinz ad features their vinegar and Olive Oil; Vintage half-page Rice Krispies ad; Beauty article; Why Baby Cries; One-page Carnation Milk ad features five large photos of each of the individual Dionne Quints; World Sayings; Colour ads inside back cover for Lifebuoy and Rinso; Rare colour back cover ad for Red Indian oil and Marathon Blue gasoline features illustration of native elders in feathered headgear, painted by Winold Reiss; and more. Covers loose but present. Average wear and soiling. A worthy copy of this nice vintage issue. 
Price: 299.95 USD
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