Liberty - Canada's Young Family Magazine, March (Mar.) 1959 - Marilyn Monroe Cover

By: Brooks, Walter; Garner, Hugh; Dempsey, David; Duffy, Jack; McCoy, Doris; et al

Price: $199.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Fair


68 pages. Features: Marilyn Monroe cover photo; Don't Turn Your Son into a Housewife; How Manitoba Civilized its Barbaric Liquor Laws; How the Wives of Geniuses Suffer; Jack Duffy writes of "Me and My Shadow, Frank Sinatra"; Fascinating article on Czech and Balkan Canadians - "Over 250,000 have come here, fleeing Nazis & Reds - they feud over their Slavic republics, are volatile, hospitable and craftsmen" - with many interesting photos; My life as the wife of a Halifax sailor; Boyne Johnston and his $260,000 spree on pilfered bank money; How Referees Handle Hockey's Wildest Blowups - Red Storey and others endure stick-swinging players, gun-toting rinksiders - article with photos, Green Mansions (Part I) - Tony Perkins finds live with Audrey Hepburn (article with photos); Marilyn Monroe - "Why I Love My High-Brow Husband (Arthur Miller)" - article with three nice photos; The Eerie World of Deaf Canadians - science is bringing powerful new hearing aids; Why I Bless the Ten Commandments; How to Be Spectacular in Spectacles - interesting photo-illustrated article on fashion eyewear; Great one-page illustrated ad for Walker's whisky features inset photo of former hockey and lacrosse star "Newsy" Lalonde; and much more. Above-average but not excessive wear. Three-inch opening to bottom of coverfold. Address label remnant at bottom of front cover. A worthy vintage copy of this great issue.

Title: Liberty - Canada's Young Family Magazine, March (Mar.) 1959 - Marilyn Monroe Cover

Author: Brooks, Walter; Garner, Hugh; Dempsey, David; Duffy, Jack; McCoy, Doris; et al

Illustrator: Whalley, Len

Categories: Canadiana, Magazine Back Issues, Hockey,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Toronto, Liberty: 1959

Binding: Single Issue Magazine

Condition: Fair

Size: 4to - over 9" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 727h2408

Keywords: Liberty - Canada's Young Family Magazine, March (Mar.) 1959 - Marilyn Monroe Cover Don't Turn Your Son into a Housewife; How Manitoba Civilized its Barbaric Liquor Laws; How the Wives of Geniuses Suffer; Jack Duffy writes of "Me and My Shadow, Frank Sinatra"; Fascinating article on Czech and Balkan Canadians - "Over 250, 000 have come here, fleeing Nazis & Reds - they feud over their Slavic republics, are volatile, hospitable and craftsmen" - with many interesting photos; My life as the wife of a Halifax sailor; Boyne Johnston and his $260, 000 spree on pilfered bank money; How Referees Handle Hockey's Wildest Blowups - Red Storey and others endure stick-swinging players, gun-toting rinksiders - article with photos, Green Mansions (Part I) - Tony Perkins finds live with Audrey Hepburn (article with photos); Marilyn Monroe - "Why I Love My High-Brow Husband (Arthur Miller)" - article with three nice photos; The Eerie World of Deaf Canadians - science is bringing powerful new hearing aids; Why I Bless the Ten Commandments; How to Be Spectacular in Spectacles - interesting photo-illustrated article on fashion eyewear; Great one-page illustrated ad for Walker's whisky features inset photo of former hockey and lacrosse star "Newsy" Lalonde;,