New Liberty Magazine, 18 October 1947 *Are Sane Patients Held in Canadian Asylums?*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

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Condition: Good

58 pages. Features: Plymouth ad; Are Sane Patients Held in Canadian Asylums? - illustrated feature article by R.M. LeBourdais; The Leader of the People - by John Steinbeck; Photo-illustrated article on Dolores Moran; Paris Finishing School Re-Opens - Bouffemont College - photo-illustrated article; Vincent Massey - Personality of the week - photo-illustrated article; Hate - story by James Robert; Toronto issues newspaper box ban against the left-leaning Toronto Tribune - story and photo; The Crimes of Reginald Birchall - Famous Canadian Crimes #8; How to Raise $100,000 - Toronto's Variety Club stages show - photos and story, including full-page photo of Miss Canada, Margaret Marshall, with Billy De Wolfe; Making the most of a 9 x 12 room; Eddie Cantor finds U.K. leadership lacking - story and photo; What's Happened to Lionel Conacher?; Movie news and photos; Nice two-colour ad for Aunt Jemima pancakes; Sensuous two-colour illustrated ad for Nemo foundations/girdles; Jean Hinds - My Favourite Laugh; Report to the Nation, by Harold Dingman. Very nice Coke ad on back cover shows four young people in a restaurant booth - unfortunately there is writing on this ad. Writing on front cover. Average external wear and soiling. A sound copy.