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The Illustrated London News, December (Dec.) 8 1945: U-boats to be Scuttled off Northern Ireland / The Nuremberg Trials, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al
1 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al The Illustrated London News, December (Dec.) 8 1945: U-boats to be Scuttled off Northern Ireland / The Nuremberg Trials
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1945 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Turner, C.E.; de Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 617- 644. Features: Page of six photos document Japan's Emperor Hirohito informing his ancestors that World War II has ended; Two pages of photos and illustrations explain the complicated machinery used to transform coal into household gas and valuable byproducts; Eight interesting photos present the vessel "Empire Victory" which, along with nine whale catching ships, will spend seven months catching and processing whales near Antarctica; Two-page illustration shows German U-boats making their last voyage and tow, and the demolition of U-2321 at sea; Two pages of photos present a pictorial survey of British troops' thankless task in the Netherlands East Indies - Surabaya and Batavia; Illustrations from Nuremberg show court proceedings and prison life of the war criminals; Centrefold illustration of Nuremberg's central courtroom during the hearing of evidence by general Lahousen, with Goering and a German counsel interrupting the witness; Article entitled "Record of the Sixth Airborne Division" includes photos of Maj. Gen. R. N. Gale and Maj. Gen. E. Bols, plus a photo of their men clearing the streets of Tel Aviv after riots during which they were stoned; Photos of the Nuremberg trial include general Lahousen, Hess, Ribbentrop, and Goering; the British prosecuting body, and a rare moment of levity with the Nazi accused, surrounded by their guards, all laughing; Photos of personalities of the week include John Amery, John Pearce, Eric Boal, the captains of the Oxford and Cambridge football teams, Mr. and Mrs. Churchill with their grandson, the deposed ruler of Yugoslavia, King Peter II and his queen, formerly Princess Alexandra of Greece, Justice Bucknill, Domingo De Las Barcenis, William Grimes, Dwight Filley Davis, Sir Robert Robinson, Maj. Gen. Patrick Hurley, and Lieut. Gen. Sir Archibald E. Nye; Photo of troops of the British sixth Airborne Division clearing a Tel Aviv St. during the recent revival of Jewish-Arab unrest and rioting; Photo of the headquarters of the controller of light industries in Tel Aviv, badly damaged by rioters; Nice photo of the HMS "Indomitable" arriving to a waving crowd at Portsmouth, after a Far East mission; Photo of the King of Thailand speaking with Prof. SiriBhada before leaving Switzerland in a British military aircraft; Photo of Swedes demonstrating against their government's decision to deport Baltic refugees; Photo of Benedictine monks and reconstruction work amongst the ruins of Monte Cassino; Photo of the new French cabinet; Photo of farewell ceremony as Russian troops leave Prague; Photo of large crowd of Dutch re-burying 17-year-old Hanni Schaft, whose body was discovered in sand dunes near Harlem after she was killed by the Nazis; Interesting photo of competing political posters in Vienna; Photo of American soldiers viewing the ruined and dismantled Nazi Hall of Fame at Munich; Photo of the blazing ruins of British airliner "Hermes" which crashed on it trial flight; Interesting photo of large granite bust of Hitler, sold for 500 pounds at German Embassy sale. Outer advertising pages not included. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, September (Sept.) 18, 1926 -  Socialism Through the Eyes of the Churchman, Collins, Joseph; Kennedy, G.A. Studdert (Woodbine Willie); Masson, Thomas L.; Chase, Frank M.; Beckman, James W.; Sanders, Henry A.; Barton, William E.; Dunn, Harry H.; Shore, W.Teignmouth
2 Collins, Joseph; Kennedy, G.A. Studdert (Woodbine Willie); Masson, Thomas L.; Chase, Frank M.; Beckman, James W.; Sanders, Henry A.; Barton, William E.; Dunn, Harry H.; Shore, W.Teignmouth The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, September (Sept.) 18, 1926 - Socialism Through the Eyes of the Churchman
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1926 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Clarke, W.W.; Fitzgerald, William O.; Briggs, Austin Eugene; Graham, J.C. 
32 pages. Features: Tour of Distant Lands via Camera; The Cause of Nervous Breakdown; Socialism through the Eyes of the Churchman; What Books are Worthwhile - and Why?; The Scientist is the Most Effectual Agent for Democracy, Says Edwin E. Slosson; Certain Fundamental Safeguards are still needed in Our Cort-Martial System, so says a former Sergeant Major of the American Expeditionary Forces; The Scholar Analyzes the different Versions of the New Testament; Henry Ford's Page - prosperity has not arrived until the last family enjoys it; Editorials - Senate-nominee William S. Vare, Gertrude Ederle is the first woman ever to swim the English Channel, Rapid decline in prestige of Premier Baldwin, interfering in Mexican affairs; The Old-Time Revival - Is it good enough for us?; The Cry of the Crippled Children - is greater than that about which a Barrett Browning wrote; Lower California - Land of Mystery - Where American Filibusters once sought to establish a republic; The Truth About France - Lesson of Touraine and the Woolen Stocking; If Shakespeare Came to London - would he be able to find may of his old haunts?; The Lure of Lofty Places - There are thrills on the mountain tops and fascination in finding them - article with photos of/on Mount Rainier, Washington; Barefoot Dave - Son of Nature, Mute Throreau of the Woods - David Dugden of Les Cheneaux Islands; Child Welfare and Conscience - Judge Franklin Chase Hoyt sits in the world's largest juvenile court; Chats with office callers - drunks in Montreal, Schools taking on more and more responsibility for child-rearing, Dr. George Byron Gordon, labor strife on the streets of New York; Can You Tell Me?; I Read in the Papers - Great Britain's financial problems, Citrate acid in drinks makes us thirsty, forged manuscripts of famous authors, Lots of gangsters being killed in Chicago; Briefly told. Photos of unusual trees of the world; Soiling to front cover near spine. Unmarked with average wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Saturday Evening Post, December (Dec.) 5, 1959 -  Comeback of a Shabby City - Philadelphia, Duganne, Phyllis; Chamberlain, W.; Household, G.; McNeil, S.; Jackson, Mahalia; Martin, H.; Blair, C.Jr.; Giesler, Jerry; Tunley, R.; Mauriac, F.; Locke, C.; Gallico, P.
3 Duganne, Phyllis; Chamberlain, W.; Household, G.; McNeil, S.; Jackson, Mahalia; Martin, H.; Blair, C.Jr.; Giesler, Jerry; Tunley, R.; Mauriac, F.; Locke, C.; Gallico, P. The Saturday Evening Post, December (Dec.) 5, 1959 - Comeback of a Shabby City - Philadelphia
USA Curtis 1959 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Alajalov (cover); Whitmore, Coby; Lidov, Arthur; Otnes, Fred; 
106 pages. Short Stories: Love Isn't Logical; The Flying Jeep; Escape Artist; The Man Who Invented a Girl. Articles: I Can't Stop Singing - Mahalia Jackson - nice photo-illustrated article; If an Attack Comes - the SAGE electronic warning system; We Dived for the Mystery Treasure - penetrating an unidentified ship off the Yucatan; The Jerry Giesler Story - Part 4 - The Lana Turner Case; Comeback of a Shabby City - Philadelphia - article with many great color photos; Adventures of the Mind #41 - The Final Answer. Serials: Violence on the Plains (part 3 of 8); Too Many Ghosts (part 6 of 7). Ads: Old Spice (inside front cover); Fisher Body ad features beautiful black Buick Electra 225 4-door Riviera sedan; GE Washer and Dryer; Chanel No. 5; Stanley Tools; Hammond Organs; American Tourister luggage; Tyrex; Black and Decker tooks; Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Pizza; Campbell's Soup - Tomato Rice and Cream of Vegetable; Anacin; Pontiac Bonneville Convertible for 1960; Renault Dauphine; Argus photo equipment; GE TVs; Kodak projectors; Toastmaster appliances; Singer Sewing Machines; Motorola TVs; Bulova; Arvin sound products; Coffeematic coffee makers; Morris cars; Kaywoodie pipes; Hoover cleaning products; Camel cigarettes (back cover ski scene). Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, February (Feb.) 14, 1971 -  Indira Gandhi / Malpractice Suits, Halberstam, Michael J.; Moraes, Dom; Swados, Harvey; Getlein, Frank; Claiborne, Craig; Morris, Bernadine; Skurka, Norma
4 Halberstam, Michael J.; Moraes, Dom; Swados, Harvey; Getlein, Frank; Claiborne, Craig; Morris, Bernadine; Skurka, Norma The New York Times Magazine, February (Feb.) 14, 1971 - Indira Gandhi / Malpractice Suits
New York The New York Times 1971 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Gescheidt, Alfred; Satyan; Tames, George; Tames, George; Roth, Arnold; Satyan; Baldev; Goldsmith, Bill 
80 pages. Features: Beautiful color fashion ads; The Doctor's New Dilemma - 'Will I Be Sued?'; Indira Gandhi - photo-illustrated article; The Joys and Terrors of Sending the Kids to College; President Nixon has made 'the most solid contribution to the arts of any President since F.D.R.'; Photos of the Washington, DC apartment of Subhash Paranjpe; One-page color-photo ad for an authentic brass cuspidor (spittoon). Average wear. A sound copy of this vintage issue. 
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This Week Magazine, January 17, 1965 - Insert to the Boston Sunday Herald: When in Doubt, Sue!, Harvey, James; Lieber, Leslie; Bellows, Richard; Paddleford, Clementine; McGerr, Patricia; Weisinger, Mort;
5 Harvey, James; Lieber, Leslie; Bellows, Richard; Paddleford, Clementine; McGerr, Patricia; Weisinger, Mort; This Week Magazine, January 17, 1965 - Insert to the Boston Sunday Herald: When in Doubt, Sue!
USA United Newspapers Magazine Corporation / The Boston Herald 1965 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Whitmore, Coby; Tippit, Jack 
16 pages. Features: Interesting aspects of Family Law; When in Doubt, Sue! - one in two of us will sue or be sued in our lifetime; What Would a Prudent Person Do?; Italian Recipes; Ladies With a Past (fiction); Chesterfield cigarette ad features photos of restaurant owner Byron Harvey, fashion designer Elsie Frankfurt, and auto engineer Richard J. Gail; Great color back cover ad features mystery books of Erle Stanley and a small photo of the author. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this nice vintage issue. 
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Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, June 11, 1955 - Alys Robi / Osmond Kendall and His Electronic Music / World's First Dog Psychiatrist, Katz, S.; Berrill, Norman J.; Johnstone, Ken; Phillips, Alan; Rosenfeld, Max; Creighton, Norman; Sangster, Dorothy; Cummings, Parke; Bodsworth, F.; Kornbluth, C.M.; Et al
6 Katz, S.; Berrill, Norman J.; Johnstone, Ken; Phillips, Alan; Rosenfeld, Max; Creighton, Norman; Sangster, Dorothy; Cummings, Parke; Bodsworth, F.; Kornbluth, C.M.; Et al Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, June 11, 1955 - Alys Robi / Osmond Kendall and His Electronic Music / World's First Dog Psychiatrist
Montreal Maclean Hunter 1955 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Hill, James (Cover Art); Grassick; Anderson, Don; Feyer, George 
104 pages. Features: Nice cover illustration of blessing of the Cod fleet at Caraquet, New Brunswick; Lovely nostalgic one-page colour-photo ad for Weston's cookies features young lady sitting in Muskoka chair; London Letter - Why the Germans Don't Want a New Army; Fantastic one-page colour Popsicle ad features their $100,000 contest prizes and small inset photo of "Pinky Lee"; The Canadian Bank of Commerce half-page colour-photo ad features fashion show scene; One-page colour ad for 1955 Dodge cars features two yellow and black cars; Report on Eating - the dramatic changes in our eating habits in a single generation - article with great colour photos including Billy O'Connor, Austin Willis, Elaine Grande and Joan Fairfax; Are We Eating Too Much?; How Long Can the Earth Keep Us Eating? - article with amazing photos of child surrounded by thousands of pounds of the various food products she will eat in the course of a 70 year life; The Courageous Comeback of fiery Quebec chanteuse Alys Robi as she recovers from mental illness - photo-illustrated article; Osmond Kendall's Marvelous Music Machine - with the magic of electrons this inventive Canadian composes piano concertos and turns doodles ino the sounds of an eighty-piece orchestra - fantastic photo-illustrated article; The Lawyer Who Never Wins a Case - Crown Prosecutor Henry Bull QC - photo-illustrated article; The Great Herring Mystery - scientists attempt to discover where Atlantic herring vanish to, and why, once the herring run ends - photo-illustrated article; Not This August (conclusion of this story); The World's First Dog Psychiatrist - Alva McColl - photo-illustrated article; We're Off to Mars; The Best Way to Take a Holiday - Photo-illustrated article explains how Fred Bosworth's family of five camps for $2.08 a day each - cheaper than living at home; Nice one-page colour ad for the Meteor Rideau 4-door town sedan (aqua and white); Colour one-page Samsonite luggage ad features couple boarding train; Vintage one-page colour ad for Leonard home appliances; Classy one-page colour Chrysler ad features two-tone purple 250 hp New Yorker DeLuxe St. Regis; Colour ad for Christie's Digestive Biscuits; Colour ad for General Motors Locomotives; Colour Chevrolet ad features yellow 1955 Bel Air convertible; Wildroot Cream-Oil Hair Tonic ad features Fearless Fosdick comic; Nice colour-photo ad for Heinz baby food; Vintage colour ad for Thermos vacuum bottles; Nice one-page ad for 1955 GMC trucks; Jantzen fashion ad features tartan shorts for him and her; Colour-photo ad for CNR passenger rail features charming scenes on-board of well-dressed passengers; Barrett Company photo ad features D.A. Boem of Boem Construction, Order Clerk Peter Englholm and Frank Hartshorne; Nice BOAC ad features their Coronet double-deck stratocruiser service Montreal to Britain; Labatt's ad features photo of warehouseman Richard Simpson of Downsview, Ontario at work; Great colour GWG ad inside back cover features man relaxing with ladies after cutting grass; Back cover Coke ad features colour photo of handsome trio beneath read and white umbrella; and more. Average wear. Numerous short openings along coverfold. Unmarked. A worthy copy of this nice vintage issue. 
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The New York Times Magazine, August (Aug) 23, 1970 -  Columbia University Chancellor William J. McGill Cover Photo, Klemesrud, Judy; Hughes, Richard; Raksin, A.H.; Lamott, Kenneth; Blum, Sam; Page, Joseph A.; Hammel, Lisa; Claiborne, Craig; Peterson, P.
7 Klemesrud, Judy; Hughes, Richard; Raksin, A.H.; Lamott, Kenneth; Blum, Sam; Page, Joseph A.; Hammel, Lisa; Claiborne, Craig; Peterson, P. The New York Times Magazine, August (Aug) 23, 1970 - Columbia University Chancellor William J. McGill Cover Photo
New York The New York Times 1970 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Robaton, John; Comerford, Georgeen; Soto, John; Regan, Ken; Aller, Bill; Cunningham, Robert M.; Charles, Don Hogan; Peterson, Gosta; 
92 pages. Features: Cover photo of William J. McGill; Betty Friedan and a "Herstory-" making event; Beautiful color fashion photos; Amazing green and yellow Cone Corduroy ad; Twigs ad features young boy Jason Foster; Mao Makes the Trials Run on Time - China's 'new trend', a wave of show trials; Richard Nixon and George Schultz; Bill McGill Takes Over Columbia's Hot Campus - from La Jolla to Harlem; Marijuana Clouds the Generation Gap - increasingly it is being tried by adults, not just kids; Law Professor John Banzhaf encourages his students to 'sue the hell' out of powerful companies - "Banzhaf's Bandits"; Nice Maidenform color-photo centerfold for their ladies' 'Un-underwear'; Photos of writer May Sarton's home in New Hampshire; Amazing cape fashion photos; YKK colored zipper ad called "The Bold One" features nude model; Thom McAn ad features couple before antique fireplace. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, May 10, 1964 - Henry Cabot Lodge, Lewis, Anthony; Powledge, Fred; Grose, Peter; Moos, Malcolm; Toynbee, Arnold J.; Boroff, David; Jacobs, Hayes B.; Peck, Seymour; Sansom, William; Carthew, Anthony
8 Lewis, Anthony; Powledge, Fred; Grose, Peter; Moos, Malcolm; Toynbee, Arnold J.; Boroff, David; Jacobs, Hayes B.; Peck, Seymour; Sansom, William; Carthew, Anthony The New York Times Magazine, May 10, 1964 - Henry Cabot Lodge
New York The New York Times 1964 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Tames, George; Baum, Allyn; Gossett, Carl; Flatley, Guy; Austin, Michael; Falk, Sam; Glueck-Selig, Leo; McBean, Angus; McDaniel, J.W.; Owen, Bernard; Zimbel, George; Gallagher, Barrett; Austin, Michael; Appelbe, Ron; Lane, Tony 
108 pages. Features: Many gorgeous color fashion ads; Average wear. Ten Years of Irreversible Revolution in the Patterns of Negro-white relations after the Supreme Court's decision on school segregation - article with many great civil rights photos; 'Mason-Dixon Line' in Queens - Junction Boulevard; Portrait of the Distant 'Candidate' - Henry Cabot Lodge; Are Long Presidential Campaigns necessary?; Why I Dislike Western Civilization - Arnold Toynbee explains why contemporary society annoys and frightens him; Salute to the Military; A Plea to Save the Liberal Arts; Wake-up War Between Patient and Nurse - why must hospital patients be awakened so early?; The Special Magic which draws so may to ocean voyages; Why Kids Run Away From Home; United States Lines ad features color photos of Hildegarde, Leon Cherksey of Ambler PA and Mrs. Reed Albee; Nice Sheaffer pen ad; Back cover color Benson & Hedges ad features badges of the International Sports Car Club, Long Island Sports Car Assoc., Chicago Region SCCA, Jaguar Clubs of North America and California Sports Car Club Region. Dance photo missing from page 83. Fashion photo on page 60 missing. Faint library stamp on front cover. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Inland Architect, Chicago Chapter, American Institute of Architects (AIA), November (Nov.) 1972 - St. Louis' Pruitt-Igoe Housing Demolition, McCue, George; Miller, Nory; Henderson, Earl W. Jr.
9 McCue, George; Miller, Nory; Henderson, Earl W. Jr. Inland Architect, Chicago Chapter, American Institute of Architects (AIA), November (Nov.) 1972 - St. Louis' Pruitt-Igoe Housing Demolition
USA American Institute of Architects (AIA), Chicago Chapter 1972 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
32 pages. Illustrated in black and white. Features: St. Louis - Mistakes and Successes; Vintage Chicago Houses; Architects and the Justice Department; Springfield, An "Old Town" Challenged by Change; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A sound copy. 
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The Wide World - The Magazine for Everybody, October 1917, Vol. XXXIX, No. 234 - The Human Tank, Patterson, Walter G.; Maclean, Donald; Tyrwhitt, T.J.; Swithaine, S.S.; Crews, Rev. A.C.; Farrer, R.; Beattie, S.A.; O'Shaughnessy, W.; Mason, W.; Amy, L.
10 Patterson, Walter G.; Maclean, Donald; Tyrwhitt, T.J.; Swithaine, S.S.; Crews, Rev. A.C.; Farrer, R.; Beattie, S.A.; O'Shaughnessy, W.; Mason, W.; Amy, L. The Wide World - The Magazine for Everybody, October 1917, Vol. XXXIX, No. 234 - The Human Tank
London George Newnes 1917 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Evison, G.Henry; Henry, Thomas; Wright, Frank; Gillett, F.; Wood, Stanley L.; Coller, Hy 
Pages 474-560 + 32 pages of ads. Features: The Six Skulls, Part II (sequel to "In the Grip of the Hip Sings";The Reformation of Bill Allerday - an amusing Australian story; The Human 'Tank' - Mike Inik constructed a suit of armour out of solid steel and schemed revenge for twenty years; The Boat-Dwellers - wonderful photo-illustrated article on the thousands of British families who live on boats; "R.N.-W.M.P - The Riders of the Plains - authoritative stories of some of their exploits; Strange Stories of the War, including "Maroc", mascot of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders; On the Borders of Tibet, Part VI - article with amazing photos; The Trouble at Punta Gorda - a planter's struggle with drink-crazed labourers in British Honduras; Circumstantial Evidence - the October 4th, 1900 tragedy at Rochester University, New York state; Historic Crimes and Mysteries; Railway Building in the Wilderness, Part II - fantastic photo-illustrated article on the construction of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railroad through the Canadian Rockies; and more. Somewhat above-average external wear with openings to bottom of backstrip. Unmarked. Binding intact. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Nuvo Magazine, Summer 2006 - Nellie Furtado Cover Photo, Penaloza, Si Si; et al
11 Penaloza, Si Si; et al Nuvo Magazine, Summer 2006 - Nellie Furtado Cover Photo
Canada NUVO Magazine Ltd. 2006 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Forster, Doug 
120 pages. Features: Da Vinci Code Tour; The International Law Association comes to Canada; Aerin Lauder - elegance with a twist; Richard Bradshaw - The Canadian Opera Company; and more. Moderate wear. Clean and unmarked. A quality copy of this sumptuous issue. 
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The New York Times Magazine, November (Nov.) 11, 1979 - Cover Photo of Supreme Court Chief Justice Warren E. Burger, Safire, W.; Baker, Russell; Zion, Sidney; Freeman, Lucy; Honan, William H.; Lewis, Flora; Apple, R.W. Jr.; Bethany, M.; Et al
12 Safire, W.; Baker, Russell; Zion, Sidney; Freeman, Lucy; Honan, William H.; Lewis, Flora; Apple, R.W. Jr.; Bethany, M.; Et al The New York Times Magazine, November (Nov.) 11, 1979 - Cover Photo of Supreme Court Chief Justice Warren E. Burger
New York The New York Times 1979 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Hofer, Evelyn (cover); Lord Snowdon; Probst, Ken 
188 pages. Features: Nice Sue Brett Fashion ad; Beautiful Danskin ad features model lying atop white grand piano; Sony Portable Radio ad entitled "A Moveable Feast"; Safire on "Taking a Dare"; Lovely Alfred Dunner/Fortrel ad; The One-Necktie Man; Two-page color Farberware (cookware) ad; Interesting Harry Winston ad features large diamond on model's forehead; A Decade of Constitutional Revision (part 1 of 2) - The U.S. Supreme Court; Immortal Anna O. (Bertha Pappenheim) - from Freud to Feminism - the young Viennese patient who spurred Freud on to the development of psychoanalysis became a zealous champion of women's rights and pioneered new approaches to social work; The Kennedy Network - After JFK's death, his tough, tight entourage of political intellectuals offered their high-powered services to Bobby - Now it's Teddy's turn to mobilize the Kennedy Network; The "House" Charles De Gaulle Built - his personal home is now a museum and his country is undergoing subtle but significant renovations; Nice mink coat ad shows model on shoeshine stand; Lauren Bacall is featured in a Fortunoff ad; Britain's Notable Nonagenarians - the fond admiration accorded to England's senior citizens is unimaginable in the youth-oriented United States - with photos of Lord Brockway, Lord Shinwell, Catherine Bramwell-Booth; Prince Alice, and Ben Travers; Peugeot 504 car ad; Great one-page color-photo Izod ad features golfers Jerry Pate and Hubert (Hubie) Green; Nice two-page Carlsberg ad; Marlboro ad features fall leaf theme; Half-page ski ad for Park City, Utah; Nice one-page color Technics turntable ad; Nostalgic one-page ad for solar alarm watches by The Sharper Image; Look 37 ski binding ad; Black and White Scotch ad features photos of backgammon players including Harry Joe Brown, Jr., Kenneth Lubben, and many others; How Robert Kennedy's people blew the 1968 Oregon campaign; Humble Hampton's home designed by Tod Williams; Color fashion photos of sweaters for cool nights; Michael Norman describes a Vietnam wound that will not heal - the loss of his friend Jim Payne; Chivas Regal ad on back cover; and more. Above-average wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Inland Architect, Chicago Chapter, American Institute of Architects (AIA), October (Oct.) 1967 - Dankmar Adler and the Chicago Fire, Saltzstein, Joan W.; Rothenberg, Waldo G.; Banas, Casey
13 Saltzstein, Joan W.; Rothenberg, Waldo G.; Banas, Casey Inland Architect, Chicago Chapter, American Institute of Architects (AIA), October (Oct.) 1967 - Dankmar Adler and the Chicago Fire
USA American Institute of Architects (AIA), Chicago Chapter 1967 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
22 pages. Illustrated in black and white. Features: Dankmar Adler and the Chicago Fire; The Architect's Liability for Defective Plans; Illinois Spawning Junior Colleges; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A sound copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, August (Aug.) 4, 1957: The Closing of Lindy's Restaurant, Schlesinger, Arthur Jr.; Slichter, Sumner H.; Cole, Albert M.; Adams, Mildred; Berger, Meyer
14 Schlesinger, Arthur Jr.; Slichter, Sumner H.; Cole, Albert M.; Adams, Mildred; Berger, Meyer The New York Times Magazine, August (Aug.) 4, 1957: The Closing of Lindy's Restaurant
USA The New York Times & Arno Press 1957 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Scavullo, Francesco 
48 pages. Features: Cover photo of Prime Minister Harold Macmillan with Chief Justice Earl Warren; Where does the liberal go now? - A challenge to focus on spiritual and cultural, rather than economic issues; Legal pilgrimage to London for American Bar Association's 80th annual meeting; A defence of bigness in business - an argument that it promotes research and competition; What the aged need in homes - they require special safety features and should be where their occupants can join fully into community life; Europe, too, runs into a traffic jam; The passing parade at Lindy's - for 36 years it mirrored Broadway; Haircuts in review; Festival of the Parks; Curriculum for tomorrow's world; Jersey fashion photos; The Pajama Game. Ads include: Lord & Taylor, Cranston, Ban-Lon; Cone; nice colour photo centrefold ad for Judy Bond; Springmaid Fabrics; B. Altman & Co.; Leotard Scandale; Wamsutta Mills; and Fruit of the Loom. Pages somewhat brittle with age and moderately yellowed at periphery. Covers loose but present. Unmarked with somewhat above-average wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Salute Magazine, July 1947, Vol. 2, No. 7 - The Success Story of Hollywood's Great Criminal Lawyer Jerry Giesler / Jackie Robinson Has Shown the Way, Stuart, J.; Helfer, H.; Smith, W.; Tupper, D.; Orr, J.; Selwyn, A.; Couvaras, C.; Coffin, T.; Brown, C.; Sarlat, N.; Kearns, M.; Coldon, H.; Et al
15 Stuart, J.; Helfer, H.; Smith, W.; Tupper, D.; Orr, J.; Selwyn, A.; Couvaras, C.; Coffin, T.; Brown, C.; Sarlat, N.; Kearns, M.; Coldon, H.; Et al Salute Magazine, July 1947, Vol. 2, No. 7 - The Success Story of Hollywood's Great Criminal Lawyer Jerry Giesler / Jackie Robinson Has Shown the Way
New York Vet Publishers, Inc. 1947 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Peterson, C.A. (cover); Davis, J.H. 
50 pages. Cover photo of Lee Gore. Short Stories: The Prettiest Girls Live in Plum Grove; The Tattooing of Mrs. Joshua Worthington. Articles: Baseball Wakes Up - Now that Jackie Robinson has shown the way, other Negro stars hopefully eye baseball's big time - with photo of Don Newcombe after he became the first Negro pitcher to win a game in organized baseball, Roy Campanella, Larry Doby, Monty Irvin, Satchel Paige, and Little Leon Day; Blame the Girl - Jerry Geisler became Hollywood's most famous lawyer by convincing juries that a lady's past must be held against her - article with photos of famous female accusers; Atkinson is an Honest Jock - photo-illustrated article on horse jockey Theodore (Teddy) F. Atkinson; How to be a Successful Father - does the American family have too much momma and not enough pop?; I Fought with the Greek Guerillas - photo-illustrated article by Costa Couvaras; Truman's Bright Young Men - Clark Clifford and Gael Sullivan; Low Budget Vacations; America's Heroes Sound Off - with photos of heroes Paul Wiedorder, T.J. Kelley and Arthur Wermuth - what they think of peace two years after victory; Hope for the Hairless - Slav J. Youcheff announces the latest hair-restoring process; Mean Man - Actor James Mason is famous for slapping, caning and throttling women on the screen; Follow My Husband - photo feature on how private detectives are benefitting from California's rigid divorce laws; How to Buy a Suit; Can You Fix a Dog Race?; Photos from the movie "Copacabana"; Salutes to: Senator George D. Aiken, author Howard Armbruster, radio host Jack Barry, and tennis player Jackie Kramer; Salute's National Beauty Contest; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Light age-toning to contents. A nice vintage copy. 
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The Dearborn Independent (Magazine) - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, February (Feb.) 12, 1927 - The Great Anneke Jans Delusion / Abraham Lincoln Cover and Content, Sturgis, Dwight C.; Rasmussen, Knud; Barton, William E.; Dewey, J.J.; Stidger, William L.; Karpinski, Louis C.; Bayne, Julia Taft; Collman, Charles Albert; Sandburg, Carl; Faris, J.T.
16 Sturgis, Dwight C.; Rasmussen, Knud; Barton, William E.; Dewey, J.J.; Stidger, William L.; Karpinski, Louis C.; Bayne, Julia Taft; Collman, Charles Albert; Sandburg, Carl; Faris, J.T. The Dearborn Independent (Magazine) - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, February (Feb.) 12, 1927 - The Great Anneke Jans Delusion / Abraham Lincoln Cover and Content
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1927 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Sturgis, Dwight C. (cover); Warren, Raymond H.; Fitzgerald, W.O.; Clarke, W.W.; Van Der Heyden, Gerald 
32 pages. Features: Noise the Destroyer - ; Lincoln's Friend at Court - the girl across the river; Are We Scrapping the Whole Navy? - article with statistics and photo of the U.S.S.'West Virginia' and photo of the U.S.S. 'Detroit' in drydock; Lincoln in Marble and Bronze - article with illustrations of the Brenner Medal, J.E. Roine Medal, and more; A Letter and a Reply - The Opening of the Civil War; Henry Ford's Page - the 'crush my rival' kind of competition is bound to come to grief; Editorials - Judge Landis protected from facing Ban Johnson, Civil War is On in China, the bonded indebtedness of the U.S.A., Chief Justice Taft suggests Grand Juries by abolished; Julia Taft Bayne Recalls Good Times in the White House; The Great Anneke Jans Delusion - most remarkable lawsuit in American History, as described by noted economic author Charles Albert Collman; Little Lost Speeches and Anecdotes of Lincoln; The New Salem of Abraham Lincoln -how he clerked in a store and whipped a bully; Chats with Office Callers; Q & A; I Read in the Papers - Aaron Sapiro and money losing Tri-State Tobacco Growers' Association prove there is no magic in agricultrual co-operatives, Auto Thief displaces Horse Thief in Middletown, NY; News Bits; Wonderful photos of the perils and problems of bridge building. Somewhat above-average wear. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy. 
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