Maclean's Magazine, 30 April 1955

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $299.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Good


Features: Great colour Sweet Caps (Caporal) ad inside front cover; Editorial - how Gulf Oil vetoed Ottawa's pipeline plans; Gorgeous colour-photo two-page ad for General Motors four-door hard tops, Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight De Luxe Holiday Sedan and Buick Special 4-door Riviera; The Unknown Man who bought the Globe and Mail - who's R. Howard Webster? - sparked by Howard's financial wizardry, the five Webster brothers mushroomed the fur and fuel empire their father, Lorne Webster, left into a private trust that virtually blankets North America in the fields of Fuel, Stevedoring, Tankers, Hardware, The Imperial Trust, and more; Why I'm out of TV - Choir leader Dr. Leslie Bell bowed out when the singers became dancers and he was made to act; The Race to sell new cars - the market has been turned topsy-turvy by the hottest competition since the horseless carriage replaced the buggy - great black and white photos!; The blonde who leaps from the clouds - RCAF Para-nurse F/O Marion Macdonald; How they'll blow up Ripple Rock - for decades this underwater monster in the Strait of Georgia has been wrecking ships and drowning sailors; When a Canadian Ruled Oregon - Towering John McLoughlin from Riviere du Loup was king of Columbia - the Oregon and Washington of today; The doctors in overalls who've changed your life - the research done by Ontario Veterinary College; That Yellow Prairie Sky - Robert Kroetsch; Is there Really an Abominable Snowman?, by Willy Ley; Nostalgic full-page colour photo ad for Toro (fortieth anniversary) mowers; Colour Visking Weiners ad; nice colour full-page ad for the all-new 1955 Plymouth; Nice colour full-page ad for the Oldsmobile 88-98. Average wear. Binding sound. Address label on front. A quality copy.

Title: Maclean's Magazine, 30 April 1955

Author: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Canadiana,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Toronto, Maclean-Hunter Limited: 1955

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 144c5421

Keywords: Maclean's Magazine, 30 April 1955 Sweet Caps (Caporal) ad inside front cover; Editorial - how Gulf Oil vetoed Ottawa's pipeline plans; Gorgeous colour-photo two-page ad for General Motors four-door hard tops, Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight De Luxe Holiday Sedan and Buick Special 4-door Riviera; The Unknown Man who bought the Globe and Mail - who's R. Howard Webster? - sparked by Howard's financial wizardry, the five Webster brothers mushroomed the fur and fuel empire their father, Lorne Webster, left into a private trust that virtually blankets North America in the fields of Fuel, Stevedoring, Tankers, Hardware, The Imperial Trust, and more; Why I'm out of TV - Choir leader Dr. Leslie Bell bowed out when the singers became dancers and he was made to act; The Race to sell new cars - the market has been turned topsy-turvy by the hottest competition since the horseless carriage replaced the buggy - great black and white photos!; The blonde who leaps from the clouds - RCAF Para-nurse F/O Marion Macdonald; How they'll blow up Ripple Rock - for decades this underwater monster in the Strait of Georgia has been wrecking ships and drowning sailors; When a Canadian Ruled Oregon - Towering John McLoughlin from Riviere du Loup was king of Columbia - the Oregon and Washington of today; The doctors in overalls who've changed your life - the research done by Ontario Veterinary College; That Yellow Prairie Sky - Robert Kroetsch; Is there Really an Abominable Snowman?, by Willy Ley; Nostalgic full-page colour photo ad for Toro (fortieth anniversary) mowers; Colour Visking Weiners ad; nice colour full-page ad for the all-new 1955 Plymouth; Nice colour full-page ad for the Oldsmobile 88-98,