Maclean's Magazine, 1 May 1954

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

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Condition: Fair


Features. Coronation-sized crowds meet Billy Graham at Waterloo Station in England (article by Beverley Baxter; Can Hees revitalize the Tories?; Let's Stop Monopoly Television - Scott Young challenges the decree that TV competition isn't allowed in Canada; Kitimat, B.C. - how to start a city from scratch, with photos; 24 Hours in the Old Quarter of Montreal - with photos; The Exalted deaths of the Midland Martyrs - part four of a series by Thomas B. Costain; The Men who can't stand Marriage - Sidney Katz; A Hill of Solid Gold - Prince Obermuller; Wawanesa, Manitoba - the one-horse town that spawned a Giant - the Wawanesa Insurance Company; Down the Yukon in an open boat - Part 2 of 'I Married the Klondike' by Laura Beatrice Berton; He's Made a liar out of Kipling - Canada's Colombo Plan chief, Nik Cavell; The most successful fraud in show business - Gerald Peters and his radio show Memory Music Hall. Lovely colour photo Wabasso Cottons ad inside back cover. Average wear. Moisture stains along all fore-edges. Address label. Half of page1/2 removed, affecting a Royal Bank add, most of the editorial, and most of the table of contents. Portion of page 41, 57 and 61 clipped, removing a portions of mundane ads.