Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, April (Apr.) 16, 1955 - The Man With the Coat (Complete in This issue)


120 pages. Features: Colour-photo Parker Pen ad inside front cover shows writing on mousetrap; Editorial on the Penticton Vs who have just won the world hockey championship; Fascinating Canadair one-page photo ad entitled "Do We Really Know Where to Face Communism?" shows sparsely-attended church and encourages Canadians to re-affirm their Christian faith to battle Communism; Two-page Rexall ad lists lots of products and their microscopic prices; Nice one-page colour-photo Weston's ad shows stone mason eating lunch; The Man With the Coat - complete story by Morley Callaghan, profusely illustrated by Oscar Cahen; The Bitter, Tragic Battle Over Fluoridation; Marilyn Monroe look-alike Jackie MacDonald of Toronto wants to be the world's strongest woman - great photo-illustrated article on Jacqueline Donalda MacDonald, with coach Lloyd Percival appearing in one photo; How Brock Founded the Canadian Myth; The Canadian Guards - can we transplant that British spit and polish to Canada? (photo-illustrated article); Gordon Tamblyn - his gaslit store was turned into the biggest drugstore chain in the country - article with large photo of Kate Aitken with Tamblyn president Browne and store manager E.N. Thopmson in his store; Nice one-page colour-phot ad for 1955 Chrysler cars; Two-page colour ad for Deepfreeze fridges; Colour ad for Clover Leaf sockeye salmon; One-page colour ad for 1955 Dodge cars (Regent and Mayfair); Nice colour-photo CNR (Canadian National Railways) ad features scenes on trains; One-page recruiting ad for RMC and Royal Roads; Colour ad for the Canadian Wine Institute features endorsements by illuminaries in France; Interesting one-page colour ad for Massey-Harris-Ferguson looks over tractor steering wheel over field, with caption "How Steering Wheel Farming Took the Ache Out of Acres"; McCulloch chainsaw ad; Labatt's IPA ad features photo of Wexford, Ontario labourer Frederick Gilbert; Nice colour-photo ad for 1955 Studebaker cars inside back cover; Back cover Coke colour-photo ad shows formally-dressed adults seated in shag carpet listening to records; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Several discrete archival-tape mends along coverfold. A worthy copy of this wonderful vintage issue.

Title: Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, April (Apr.) 16, 1955 - The Man With the Coat (Complete in This issue)

Author: Callaghan, Morley; Katz, Sidney; Callwood, June; Hutchison, Bruce; MacDonald, David; Frayne, Trent; Trueman, Stuart; et al

Illustrator: Cahen, Oscar; Macpherson, Duncan;

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Hockey, Military,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Montreal, Maclean Hunter: 1955

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 201g4708

Keywords: Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, April (Apr.) 16, 1955 - The Man With the Coat (Complete in This issue) Sodium Fluoride Parker Pen ad inside front cover shows writing on mousetrap; Editorial on the Penticton Vs who have just won the world hockey championship; Fascinating Canadair one-page photo ad entitled "Do We Really Know Where to Face Communism?" shows sparsely-attended church and encourages Canadians to re-affirm their Christian faith to battle Communism; Two-page Rexall ad lists lots of products and their microscopic prices; Nice one-page colour-photo Weston's ad shows stone mason eating lunch; The Man With the Coat - complete story by Morley Callaghan, profusely illustrated by Oscar Cahen; The Bitter, Tragic Battle Over Fluoridation; Marilyn Monroe look-alike Jackie MacDonald of Toronto wants to be the world's strongest woman - great photo-illustrated article on Jacqueline Donalda MacDonald, with coach Lloyd Percival appearing in one photo; How Brock Founded the Canadian Myth; The Canadian Guards - can we transplant that British spit and polish to Canada? (photo-illustrated article); Gordon Tamblyn - his gaslit store was turned into the biggest drugstore chain in the country - article with large photo of Kate Aitken with Tamblyn president Browne and store manager E.N. Thopmson in his store; Nice one-page colour-phot ad for 1955 Chrysler cars; Two-page colour ad for Deepfreeze fridges; Colour ad for Clover Leaf sockeye salmon; One-page colour ad for 1955 Dodge cars (Regent and Mayfair); Nice colour-photo CNR (Canadian National Railways) ad features scenes on trains; One-page recruiting ad for RMC and Royal Roads; Colour ad for the Canadian Wine Institute features endorsements by illuminaries in France; Interesting one-page colour ad for Massey-Harris-Ferguson looks over tractor steering wheel over field, with caption "How Steering Wheel Farming Took the Ache Out of Acres"; McCulloch chainsaw ad; Labatt's IPA ad features photo of Wexford, Ontario labourer Frederick Gilbert; Nice colour-photo ad for 1955 Studebaker cars inside back cover; Back cover Coke colour-photo Ad,