Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, June 8, 1957 - Muriel Sprague Richardson Feature / The Man Behind Laura Secord Chocolates


92 pages. Features: Glorious cover illustration by John Little of wedding scene on St. Urbain St. in old Montreal; Editorial in favour of banning atomic tests until their harm is known; One-page International (Harvester) Construction Equipment ad features St. Lawrence Seaway construction and the 24-ton Payhauler used to move rock; Communism, too, bears seeds of freedom; J.B. Priestly's Canadian play sizzles, fizzles; Nice one-page Matinee cigarette ad features illustration of fashionable couples at yacht club; Federal Election - why should we vote for you?; Will Harry Ferguson Revolutionize the Car Industry Too? - he did it to farming with a pint-sized tractor that even Henry Ford marveled at, and now he's designed a new car the world's been waiting for; The Wonderful World of French-Canadian TV - article with great colour photos; The Shy Baroness of Brokerage - Muriel Sprague Richardson of James Richardson and Sons Limited; Look Now, Horseman... - Novelette; The Embattled Ringmaster of Fighting Words - photo-illustrated article on Nathan Cohen who, when he isn't inciting guests on his TV panel to mayhem is committing it himself as Canada's toughest drama critic; John D. Hayes runs 127 Laura Secord chocolate shops and 401 Fanny Farmer chocolate shops in the U.S. - and he's almost blind - article with nice photo; Nostalgic centrefold federal election ad for the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada features one-page black and white photo portrait of John Diefenbaker; Nice one-page colour ad for the Pontiac Laurentian (white convertible); One-page ad for the Polaroid Land Camera; Hugh Maclennan's most memorable meal - a Greak feast on a ruined roast; One-page ad for Trans-Canada Airlines features illustrations of their DC-8, Vanguard and Viscount planes; One-page election ad for the federal Liberal party features photo of Louis St. Laurent; Nostalgic Oldsmobile ad features colour photo of man leaning on hood of red car; O'Keefe ad features colour photo of man in armour riding horse in front of a CF-100 fighter jet; Nice colour ad for Black Label Beer features "Mabel"; Great colour GWG ad inside back cover features various denim and other garments; Back cover Coke ad features illustration of sailboat social scene; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A sound copy of this wonderful vintage issue.

Title: Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, June 8, 1957 - Muriel Sprague Richardson Feature / The Man Behind Laura Secord Chocolates

Author: Earl, Marjorie; Stephenson, Bill; Collins, Robert; Moon, Barbara; Beattie, Earle; Gilligan, Edmund; Bevan, A.; Et al

Illustrator: Little, John (Cover); Macpherson, Duncan

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Canadian History, Military,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Montreal, Maclean-Hunter: 1957

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 201g4697

Keywords: Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, June 8, 1957 - Muriel Sprague Richardson Feature cover illustration by John Little of wedding scene on St. Urbain St. in old Montreal; Editorial in favour of banning atomic tests until their harm is known; One-page International (Harvester) Construction Equipment ad features St. Lawrence Seaway construction and the 24-ton Payhauler used to move rock; Communism, too, bears seeds of freedom; J.B. Priestly's Canadian play sizzles, fizzles; Nice one-page Matinee cigarette ad features illustration of fashionable couples at yacht club; Federal Election - why should we vote for you?; Will Harry Ferguson Revolutionize the Car Industry Too? - he did it to farming with a pint-sized tractor that even Henry Ford marveled at, and now he's designed a new car the world's been waiting for; The Wonderful World of French-Canadian TV - article with great colour photos; The Shy Baroness of Brokerage - Muriel Sprague Richardson of James Richardson and Sons Limited; Look Now, Horseman... - Novelette; The Embattled Ringmaster of Fighting Words - photo-illustrated article on Nathan Cohen who, when he isn't inciting guests on his TV panel to mayhem is committing it himself as Canada's toughest drama critic; John D. Hayes runs 127 Laura Secord chocolate shops and 401 Fanny Farmer chocolate shops in the U.S. - and he's almost blind - article with nice photo; Nostalgic centrefold federal election ad for the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada features one-page black and white photo portrait of John Diefenbaker; Nice one-page colour ad for the Pontiac Laurentian (white convertible); One-page ad for the Polaroid Land Camera; Hugh Maclennan's most memorable meal - a Greak feast on a ruined roast; One-page ad for Trans-Canada Airlines features illustrations of their DC-8, Vanguard and Viscount planes; One-page election ad for the federal Liberal party features photo of Louis St. Laurent; Nostalgic Oldsmobile ad features colour photo of man leaning on hood of red car; O'Keefe ad features colour photo of man in armour riding horse in front of a CF-100 fighter jet; Nice colour ad for Black Label Beer features "Mabel"; Great colour GWG ad inside back cover features various denim and other garments; Back cover Coke ad features illustration of Sailboat,