Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, November (Nov.) 1, 1952 - Looting Our History on Manitoulin Island


64 pages. Features: This issue features, for the first time, cover art by James Hill of Hamilton, featuring an actual scene of a snow sleigh being painted in Dundas, Ontario during a light snow; Great colour ad for Allis-Chalmers Rumely, Ltd. inside front cover features their equipment mining uranium ore ungerground; Household Finance ad features photo of Mr. S.B. Kelly, Manager of the Richmond St., London, Ontario office; One-page two-colour ad for Thor household appliances; Nothing Sacred About the Two-Party System (Editorial); Column on B.C.'s Socred government; Nice colour ad for Canadian General Electric features six of their clocks; Canada's best-loved Governor-General, Lord Alexander, becomes Defense Minister of Great Britain - article with many photos; Benny's Happy Family - nearly four hundred veterans and their wives, and fourteen hundred children live at Benny Farm, a huge apartment development in Montreal's suburb of Notre Dame de Grace - article with five photos; Keep Away from Laura - fiction by Morley Callaghan; The Mysterious Kingdom of the Saguenay - photo-illustrated article (including photo of Madame Gunder Olsen sitting outside her home; How Mackenzie King Won His Greatest Gamble - the fantastic events of 1926 showed him as a true political genius; They're Looting Our History - American collectors and tourists armed with shovels are carting away the story of Canada's dim past from Manitoulin Island - article with photos; When Sears Joins Up with Simpson's - great photo-illustrated article on this important Canadian department store merger; Why the Braden's Don't Come Home - Photo-illustrated article on Bernie and Barbara Braden, once of Vancouver, who now have jobs in British TV, radio, stage and movies; Colour Sweet Caps (Caporal) ad features puffing majorette; Colour centrefold ad for Westinghouse home appliances; Prest-O-Lite ad features photo of Boston Bruin Milt Schmidt in action; Interesting illustrated ad for film "Androcles and the Lion" with heading "Barbaric revelry to fire the senses of the world... in the story of history's most sin-swept era!"; Nice colour ad for Aylmer Golden Corn; Nice colour ad for Champion spark plugs features boy throwing snowball; Uncommon Stelco ad features photos of their new 673-foot ore unloading bridge at Hamilton, their new blast furnace at Hamilton Works, and their new Open Hearth Furnace at Hamilton; Nice two-page Buick ad; and more. Light wear. Unmarked. A high-quality copy of this lovely vintage issue.

Title: Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, November (Nov.) 1, 1952 - Looting Our History on Manitoulin Island

Author: Wuorio, Eva-Lis; Porter, M.; Campbell, M.W.; Hutchison, Bruce; Bodsworth, Fred; Hutton, Eric; Ramsay, Lisa; Callaghan, Morley

Illustrator: Hill, James (Cover Art); Winter, William;

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Canadian History, Business,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Montreal, Maclean Hunter: 1952

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Very Good

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 201g4699

Keywords: Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, November (Nov.) 1, 1952 - Looting Our History on Manitoulin Island cover art by James Hill of Hamilton, featuring an actual scene of a snow sleigh being painted in Dundas, Ontario during a light snow; Great colour ad for Allis-Chalmers Rumely, Ltd. inside front cover features their equipment mining uranium ore ungerground; Household Finance ad features photo of Mr. S.B. Kelly, Manager of the Richmond St., London, Ontario office; One-page two-colour ad for Thor household appliances; Nothing Sacred About the Two-Party System (Editorial); Column on B.C.'s Socred government; Nice colour ad for Canadian General Electric features six of their clocks; Canada's best-loved Governor-General, Lord Alexander, becomes Defense Minister of Great Britain - article with many photos; Benny's Happy Family - nearly four hundred veterans and their wives, and fourteen hundred children live at Benny Farm, a huge apartment development in Montreal's suburb of Notre Dame de Grace - article with five photos; Keep Away from Laura - fiction by Morley Callaghan; The Mysterious Kingdom of the Saguenay - photo-illustrated article (including photo of Madame Gunder Olsen sitting outside her home; How Mackenzie King Won His Greatest Gamble - the fantastic events of 1926 showed him as a true political genius; They're Looting Our History - American collectors and tourists armed with shovels are carting away the story of Canada's dim past from Manitoulin Island - article with photos; When Sears Joins Up with Simpson's - great photo-illustrated article on this important Canadian department store merger; Why the Braden's Don't Come Home - Photo-illustrated article on Bernie and Barbara Braden, once of Vancouver, who now have jobs in British TV, radio, stage and movies; Colour Sweet Caps (Caporal) ad features puffing majorette; Colour centrefold ad for Westinghouse home appliances; Prest-O-Lite ad features photo of Boston Bruin Milt Schmidt in action; Interesting illustrated ad for film "Androcles and the Lion" with heading "Barbaric revelry to fire the senses of the world... in the story of history's most sin-swept era!"; Nice colour ad for Aylmer Golden Corn; Nice colour ad for Champion spark plugs features boy throwing snowball; Uncommon Stelco ad features photos of their new 673-foot ore unloading bridge at Hamilton, their new blast furnace at Hamilton Works, and their new Open Hearth Furnace at Hamilton; Nice two-page Buick Ad,