Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, October (Oct.) 12, 1957 - Canada's Biggest Big Businessmen


100 pages. Features: Cover art by Frankline Arbuckle shows horse-drawn potato diggers at work in New Brunswick's St. John River Valley near Grand Falls; Nice colour GWG ad inside front cover features macho scene of two men hefting a heavy wooden box; One-page colour Matinee cigarette ad shows high society equestrian scene; Article on Canada's wheat surplus; Notes on a journey to the Wagner Festival; Canada's Biggest Big Businessmen - with photo of Garfield Weston and grandson at his Riviera home, Samuel Bronfman, John David Eaton, Charles Dunning, Joseph Simard, James Muir, A.E. (Dal) Grauer, R.A. Jodrey, E.P. Taylor, and J.S.D.Tory, plus list of dozens of individuals, their number of Boards, and their main interests; How the Queen Talks and What She Says; Florencia Bay (part 1); What's Happened to the Suburb They Called Crestwood Heights? (an inquisitive study of Toronto's Forests Hills Village; Why I'm Quitting Hocky for Football - Gerry James chooses the Winnipeg Blue Bombers over the Toronto Maple Leafs - article with photos; How a Teenager's Dream Came True at Stratford - Roberta Maxwell; Nostalgic BA ad for their Velvet 98 gas says a 'new star is born' and shows lady's face at center of star; Classy one-page colour-photo ad for Omega Watches says they are the official timepiece of Canadian Pacific Airlines; One-page colour ad for Canada Steamship lines features the lake freighter 'Georgian Bay'; 3/4-page Canadair ad features their CL-44 aircraft; Nice one-page Hammond Organ ad; Canadian Club colour-photo ad features photos in Switzerland where Theodor Wyrsch won a flag-swinging contest at St. Moritz; I Ate My Way Up the Waldord, by Antony Ferry; Marconi Radio ad; Toronto-Dominion (TD) Bank ad encourages modern husbands and wives to have individual chequing accounts; Vintage two-colour (black and red) Bank of Montreal ad features a long-forgotten logo; One-page colour ad for O'Keefe Ale features couple; Back cover Polysar ad features colour illustration entitled 'When Saturday Night was Bath Night', which shows mother bathing young girl in large wooden basin in kitchen with water heated on the stove; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A sound vintage copy of this great issue.

Title: Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, October (Oct.) 12, 1957 - Canada's Biggest Big Businessmen

Author: McNamee, James; Newman, Peter C.; Porter, McKenzie; Olson, Robert; James, Gerry; Allen, Robert T.; Et al

Illustrator: Arbuckle, Franklin (cover); Dallison, Ken; Macpherson, Duncan

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Hockey, Business,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Montreal, Maclean Hunter: 1957

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 201g4687

Keywords: Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, October (Oct.) 12, 1957 - Canada's Biggest Big Businessmen Frankline Arbuckle shows horse-drawn potato diggers at work in New Brunswick's St. John River Valley near Grand Falls; Nice colour GWG ad inside front cover features macho scene of two men hefting a heavy wooden box; One-page colour Matinee cigarette ad shows high society equestrian scene; Article on Canada's wheat surplus; Notes on a journey to the Wagner Festival; Canada's Biggest Big Businessmen - with photo of Garfield Weston and grandson at his Riviera home, Samuel Bronfman, John David Eaton, Charles Dunning, Joseph Simard, James Muir, A.E. (Dal) Grauer, R.A. Jodrey, E.P. Taylor, and J.S.D.Tory, plus list of dozens of individuals, their number of Boards, and their main interests; How the Queen Talks and What She Says; Florencia Bay (part 1); What's Happened to the Suburb They Called Crestwood Heights? (an inquisitive study of Toronto's Forests Hills Village; Why I'm Quitting Hocky for Football - Gerry James chooses the Winnipeg Blue Bombers over the Toronto Maple Leafs - article with photos; How a Teenager's Dream Came True at Stratford - Roberta Maxwell; Nostalgic BA ad for their Velvet 98 gas says a 'new star is born' and shows lady's face at center of star; Classy one-page colour-photo ad for Omega Watches says they are the official timepiece of Canadian Pacific Airlines; One-page colour ad for Canada Steamship lines features the lake freighter 'Georgian Bay'; 3/4-page Canadair ad features their CL-44 aircraft; Nice one-page Hammond Organ ad; Canadian Club colour-photo ad features photos in Switzerland where Theodor Wyrsch won a flag-swinging contest at St. Moritz; I Ate My Way Up the Waldord, by Antony Ferry; Marconi Radio ad; Toronto-Dominion (TD) Bank ad encourages modern husbands and wives to have individual chequing accounts; Vintage two-colour (black and red) Bank of Montreal ad features a long-forgotten logo; One-page colour ad for O'Keefe Ale features couple; Back cover Polysar ad features colour illustration entitled 'When Saturday Night was Bath Night,