National Home Monthly Magazine, July 1946 - Exploits of M.I.5 (Part Two)


56 pages. Features: Lovely cover illustration of prairie grain elevators by John Phillips; O'Keefe's ad inside front cover features tribute to Sir Frederick Grant Banting, with reproduction of painting by Arthur T. Cooper; Colour ad for Ritz Crackers; One-page colour ad for Frigidaire home appliances; Why the Dominion-Provincial Conference Failed; Nice one-page ad for the Trans-Canada Telephone System highlights long-distance calling with large illustration of old-style rotary telephone; Nice colour ad for Orange Crush features young lady holding brown bottle; One-page colour-photo ad for Jordan Grape Juice features young ladies harvesting grapes; New Hope, Pennsylvania - Boom Town for The Arts - article with several photos of local celebrities; Mrs. Minden Comes Home; Studio Cop - "Whitey" Hendry is chief of police for MGM (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer) Studios - article with photo of Hendry with Donna Reed; Exploits of M.I.5 (Part 2) - the first detailed record of Britain's secret agents, contact men and saboteurs in Germany and German-occupied territory; The Neighbours; In the Time Appointed; Ottawa Roundup - Mackenzie King searching for alter ego; Water Safety Tips for kids; Wonderful half-page photo ad for Woodbury Soap features newlyweds Margaret Ellen Thorson and Theodore (Ted) Panos, both of the RCAF; Vintage half-page colour ad for Canada Dry Sparkling Water; Handsome one-page colour Oldsmobile ad features red car with Hydra-Matic Drive (and Frank Lloyd Wright-style home in background); Canadian Travel Bureau one-page ad features gas attendant and encourages all Canadians to be friendly to U.S. tourists; Great colour half-page Rice Crispies ad features man taking photo; Beautiful one-page White Rose ad features colour illustration of newlyweds in green convertible; Pressure Cooker article; Lovely Lux ad features colour illustration of Judy Garland; Adapting the School to the Child; Half-page colour ad for Nabisco Shredded Wheat; Blue Top Brewing ad inside back cover features "The Colourful Home"; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A sound copy of this wonderful vintage issue.

Title: National Home Monthly Magazine, July 1946 - Exploits of M.I.5 (Part Two)

Author: Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Cross, Austin F.; Mayhew, Joyce; Heed, Carlota M.; Roe, Charles; Stewart, Gordon; Sheridan, Michael; Albert, Harold A.; Mattingley, Ray H.; Galton, L.N.; Et al

Illustrator: Phillips, John (cover); Cooper, Arthur T.; Leake, Gerald; Jochimsen, Marion; Holmgren, John;

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Covert Operations, Military,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Winnipeg, Stovel / National Home Monthly: 1946

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 201g4754

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