Maclean's Magazine - Canada's National Magazine, May 1, 1929 *A.J. CASSON COVER ART*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $495.00

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Fair


92 pages. A.J. Casson cover illustration depicts 'The Great Gardening Game' on a checkerboard. Contents: Colour ad for Kyanize Lustaquik Finish inside front cover; Fantastic multi-photo ad for International Harvester trucks features photos of trucks belonging to Hendrie & Co., Ltd., of Hamilton and Deskin Brothers of Montreal; Nice photo ad for Cream of Wheat; Canada's Fighting Airmen - Part 5 - Lt.-Col. Barker, V.C. wins his first decoration; Racing Needs a Cleanup - Douglas Eppes argues that government control of Canadian horseracing tracks is an imperative necessity - with photos; The Red Sport Cabriolet, by Martha Banning Thomas; Hon. John Babington Macaulay Baxter, Premier of New Brunswick - an intimate sketch; Vanderdassen, by Maurice Inskipp; The Parking Puzzle - James A. Cowan sheds a little lighht on the question of what a motorist can do with his car once he's bought it - with cartoons and photo; Private Elemental, by Will R. Bird; The Centenarian, by Fred Jacob; Before British Columbia Was Born - first of a series of articles narrating the romantic experiences of Jason O. Allard, including super photo of downtown Nanaimo in 1858 when it was called Colvilletown, plus a photo of the grounded "Beaver", the first steamship to churn the waters of the Pacific, wrecked near the mouth of Vancouver Harbour; Full-page colour reproduction of "Over the Top", a WWI painting by Alfred Bastein; Kindred, by Archie P. McKishnie; The Pilot, by J.H. Power; Comments on the book "Memoirs of Prince Max of Baden"; Ultra-violet rays successfully used to treat King George V; Major H.O.D. Segrave relates the thrills of being the world's fastest motorist; Canadian General Electric ad for the 3897 Refrigerator; Gorgeous full-page colour ad for Packard automobiles features James Monroe; Congoleum Rugs colour ad; Brickbats and Bouquets - Letters to the Editor; Review of New York Times article by Edwin L. James which criticizes U.S. foreign policy and envisions an International Bank; Nice Plymouth car ad featuring the full-size Four-door sedan; Monroe Doctrine Explained; Nice two-colour ad by Red Indian motor oil; Full-page ad for Pepsodent; Great colour ad for Frididaire Refrigerators; Very bold Firestone Tire colour centerfold ad; Wonderful vintage ad for the Wallglow shower manufactured by Wallaceburg Brass & Iron Mfg. Co.; Full-page Chevrolet ad; Ford photo ad promotes two cars per household; Happy Valleys - The Okanagan and Annapois Valleys; Very nice colour ad for Crane plumbing fittings shows a lovely contemporary kitchen scene; *Magnificent* full-page pastel colour ad for Canadian Pacific boats of the high level of service offered by their network of railways, steamships and hotels - includes layout of a luxury railcar with solarium, observation lounge, buffet, etc.; Half-page Kellogg's corn flakes ad features black waiter holding breakfast tray; Gutta Percha & Rubber, Limited ad for their Gum Cushioned Tires; Nice full-page ad for Willys Knight cars; Full-page Listerine ad; Great full-page colour ad celebrates 50 years of Woolworth; Lux Toilet Soap features 16 head-shot photos of lovely ladies and includes their names; As the Twig is Bent - Parents must build the characters of their children, by Mabel Crews Ringland; Edith Louise Paterson - Canada's Youngest Woman Judge; Design Feature - The Breakfast Nook; Financial Article - Security Markets Reflect Acute Credit Stringency (hmmm... this was months before the stock crash of October 1929); Handsmome ad for the new Nash '400' car; Colour ad for Palmolive soap inside back cover; Colour ad for Parker Duofold pens on back cover. Address label upon front cover. Crossword completed. Above-average wear to covers which are loose in one piece but present. Textblock sound. A worthy copy of this very informative and attractive issue.

Title: Maclean's Magazine - Canada's National Magazine, May 1, 1929 *A.J. CASSON COVER ART*

Author: Multiple Contributors

Illustrator: Casson, A.J. (Cover Art)

Categories: Canadiana, Magazine Back Issues, British Columbia,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Toronto, The Maclean Publishing Company: 1929

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Fair

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 144c7695

Keywords: Maclean's Magazine - Canada's National Magazine, May 1, 1929 Victoria Cross I.W. McKay Chief Factor Hudson's Bay Company The Great Gardening Game' on a checkerboard. Contents: Colour ad for Kyanize Lustaquik Finish inside front cover; Fantastic multi-photo ad for International Harvester trucks features photos of trucks belonging to Hendrie & Co., Ltd., of Hamilton and Deskin Brothers of Montreal; Nice photo ad for Cream of Wheat; Canada's Fighting Airmen - Part 5 - Lt.-Col. Barker, V.C. wins his first decoration; Racing Needs a Cleanup - Douglas Eppes argues that government control of Canadian horseracing tracks is an imperative necessity - with photos; The Red Sport Cabriolet, by Martha Banning Thomas; Hon. John Babington Macaulay Baxter, Premier of New Brunswick - an intimate sketch; Vanderdassen, by Maurice Inskipp; The Parking Puzzle - James A. Cowan sheds a little lighht on the question of what a motorist can do with his car once he's bought it - with cartoons and photo; Private Elemental, by Will R. Bird; The Centenarian, by Fred Jacob; Before British Columbia Was Born - first of a series of articles narrating the romantic experiences of Jason O. Allard, including super photo of downtown Nanaimo in 1858 when it was called Colvilletown, plus a photo of the grounded "Beaver", the first steamship to churn the waters of the Pacific, wrecked near the mouth of Vancouver Harbour; Full-page colour reproduction of "Over the Top", a WWI painting by Alfred Bastein; Kindred, by Archie P. McKishnie; The Pilot, by J.H. Power; Comments on the book "Memoirs of Prince Max of Baden"; Ultra-violet rays successfully used to treat King George V; Major H.O.D. Segrave relates the thrills of being the world's fastest motorist; Canadian General Electric ad for the 3897 Refrigerator; Gorgeous full-page colour ad for Packard automobiles features James Monroe; Congoleum Rugs colour ad; Brickbats and Bouquets - Letters to the Editor; Review of New York Times article by Edwin L. James which criticizes U.S. foreign policy and envisions an International Bank; Nice Plymouth car ad featuring the full-size Four-door sedan; Monroe Doctrine Explained; Nice two-colour ad by Red Indian motor oil; Full-page ad for Pepsodent; Great colour ad for Frididaire Refrigerators; Very bold Firestone Tire colour centerfold ad; Wonderful vintage ad for the Wallglow shower manufactured by Wallaceburg Brass & Iron Mfg. Co.; Full-page Chevrolet ad; Ford photo ad promotes two cars per household; Happy Valleys - The Okanagan and Annapois Valleys; Very nice colour ad for Crane plumbing fittings shows a lovely contemporary kitchen scene; *Magnificent* full-page pastel colour ad for Canadian Pacific boats of the high level of service offered by their network of railways, steamships and hotels - includes layout of a luxury railcar with solarium, observation lounge, buffet, etc.; Half-page Kellogg's corn flakes ad features black waiter holding breakfast tray; Gutta Percha & Rubber, Limited ad for their Gum Cushioned Tires; Nice full-page ad for Willys Knight cars; Full-page Listerine ad; Great full-page colour ad celebrates 50 years of Woolworth; Lux Toilet Soap features 16 head-shot photos of lovely ladies and includes their names; As the Twig is Bent - Parents must build the characters of their children, by Mabel Crews Ringland; Edith Louise Paterson - Canada's Youngest Woman Judge; Design Feature - The Breakfast Nook; Financial Article - Security Markets Reflect Acute Credit Stringency (hmmm... this was months before the stock crash of October 1929); Handsmome ad for the new Nash '400' car; Colour ad for Palmolive soap inside back cover; Colour ad for Parker Duofold Pens A.J. Casson Cover Art,