The National Home Monthly Magazine, April (Apr.) 1948 - 1948 All-Star Hockey Team / The Menace of Communism


60 pages. Features: Cover illustration of girl with dog; Colour ad inside front cover for the Parker "51" pen features handwriting and photo of violinist and composer Albert Spalding; Danger Spots for World Peace; Editorial on the Menace of Communism; One-page ad for Knechtels Limited Furniture of Hanover, Ontario; Memo to My Countrymen - Let's get back to the business of being Canadians; Almost Indecent (short story); The Gobbler of Little Moccasin (short story); Art in the Streets - colour-photo-illustrated article on outdoor art show in Greenwich Village; Paco Thinks Fast (short story); Person Unknown (short story); The (Luther) Burbank Zinnia - Nice article on how David Burpee, Burbank's cousin, discovered seed in Luther's old trunk which Burpee used to create this marvelous new flower - article with colour photos; The National Home Monthly's 1948 All-Star Hockey Team - article with photos of Harry Lumley, Jack Stewart, Ken Reardon, Max Bentley, Ted Lindsay and Maurice Richard; Charming colour half-page V-8 veggie drink ad featuring smiling little girls; Wonderful two-page colour 1948 Chevrolet ad with huge header "More people drive - more people want CHEVROLETS than any other make of car!:Uncommon half-page colour ad for Crosse & Blackwell tinned Date & Nut Bread; Nice colour fashion illustrations; One-page colour-photo ad for Singer Sewing Centers; Baking recipes; Funky one-page colour Marboleum ad highlights 1940s interior design ideas; Father Holds the Baby (humour); Canadian General Electric (CGE) ad presents their Model C502 'Musaphonic' radio-phonograph plus the model C118 and C117 record players; Nice colour Frigidaire ad inside back cover shows attractive young housewives in dresses and heels with their range and fridge; Back cover colour Massey-Harris ad shows combine harvesters on train being exported to Kansas.; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this wonderful vintage issue.

Title: The National Home Monthly Magazine, April (Apr.) 1948 - 1948 All-Star Hockey Team / The Menace of Communism

Author: Stewart, H.; Cross, A.; Galton, L.; Strode, E.; Annixter, P.; Lopez, R.; McGrew, J.; Roberts, L.; Stewart, G.; Malkus, Alida; Roxborough

Illustrator: Jousset, Albert (cover); Lowthian; Singer, Malvin; Carroll, Mary O.; Jochimsen, Marian; Ashe, D.D.; Hallam

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Hockey, Politics,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Canada, The National Home Monthly: 1948

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 201h0020

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