Maclean's Magazine, 1 February 1954

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $299.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Fair

Features: Nice colour ad for the new 1954 Mercury Meteor inside front cover; Nice full-page colour Chrysler ad; My six weeks with the comrades - story and pictures by John Lofft, who went to a 'peace' rally behind the Iron Curtain with a Communist-front group - a bonus-length feature; How Lethbridge licked the drought with 'The Ditch"; Grammar is a waste of time! - by Dr. Rudolf Flesch; Hamilton - the busiest city in Canada - Yousuf Karsh finds Hamilton brimming over with the same kind of energy that won the Grey Cup for its Tiger Cats - includes amazing full-page colour inside the Lifesavers candy plant; Karsh Portrait (in words and photos) of a Hamilton Steelworker - Paratrooper George Marshall; The Fire that wiped out South Porcupine in 1911 - a Maclean's flashback, with photos, of the bush fire that roared down on an isolated mining settlement; The 3-D courtship of Benny Crambo - by John Bonett; Great colour centerfold of a yellow 1954 Star Chief Pontiac. Somewhat above-average wear with openings at each end of cover fold. Address label on front else unmarked. Minor moisture staining to some fore-edges.