Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, February (Feb.) 15, 1952 - Physicist Dr. Harold Johns Treats Cancer with Radiation

By: Hutton, Eric; Mitchell, W.O.; Walsh, Thomas; Smith, Ronald R.

Price: $199.95

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Condition: Fair


64 pages. Features: Nice cover art shows older sister being taken on big date while younger sister looks on wistfully from the staircase; Colour-photo ad for Frigidaire ranges inside front cover; Vintage ad for Allis-Chalmers excavating equipment; Editorial - What is the Right to Strike?; My Christmas in Sing Sing - Beverley Baxter writes from New York; Jane Russell is featured in Jergen's Lotion ad; B.C. Coalition Commits Suicide - report on B.C. politics by Blair Fraser; The Atom Bomb that saves lives - Dr. Harold Johns designed a cobalt-bomb machine to treat cancer patients (radiation treatment) - article with photos; A Butcher Talks Back - Len Edwards explains why meat prices are so high; The Riddle of Louis Riel, by W.O. Mitchell - part 2 of 2 - illustrated; Philippe Takes the Count - story by Ronald R. Smith, illustrated by Barling Ville; What Kind of Canadians are we Getting? - our most adaptable settler, the British family man, finds it hardest to get in - article with photos; Wild Animals I Have Known... Slightly - humour by Rober Thomas Allen, illustrated by Duncan MacPherson; Fredericton - The Aristocrat under the Elms - feature article with photos of this New Brunswick city; How to Miss the Mobs - article cartoon illustrated by Peter Whalley; Full-page army recruiting ad; 1952 Dodge Coronet ad; Lovely full-page colour Coke ad shows mom taking tray of bottles to kids watching TV; 1952 Plymouth ad; Colour LaZboy ad; The Lorne Scots (Peel, Dufferin and Halton Regiment) are honoured in a colour ad for O'Keefe's Brewing Company. Please note: missing pages 29-30 (we believe these contained ads) and pages 45-46 which appear to have contained the end of the Riel article. Clipping from ad on page 47. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy.

Title: Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, February (Feb.) 15, 1952 - Physicist Dr. Harold Johns Treats Cancer with Radiation

Author: Hutton, Eric; Mitchell, W.O.; Walsh, Thomas; Smith, Ronald R.

Illustrator: Woods, Rex (cover); Ville, Barling; MacPherson, Duncan; Whalley, Peter

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Medicine, Canadiana,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Toronto, Ontario, Maclean-Hunter: 1952

Binding: Single Issue Magazine

Condition: Fair

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 201h2433

Keywords: Maclean's Magazine, February 15, 1952 cover art shows older sister being taken on big date while younger sister looks on wistfully from the staircase; Colour-photo ad for Frigidaire ranges inside front cover; Vintage ad for Allis-Chalmers excavating equipment; Editorial - What is the Right to Strike?; My Christmas in Sing Sing - Beverley Baxter writes from New York; Jane Russell is featured in Jergen's Lotion ad; B.C. Coalition Commits Suicide - report on B.C. politics by Blair Fraser; The Atom Bomb that saves lives - Dr. Harold Johns designed a cobalt-bomb machine to treat cancer patients (radiation treatment) - article with photos; A Butcher Talks Back - Len Edwards explains why meat prices are so high; The Riddle of Louis Riel, by W.O. Mitchell - part 2 of 2 - illustrated; Philippe Takes the Count - story by Ronald R. Smith, illustrated by Barling Ville; What Kind of Canadians are we Getting? - our most adaptable settler, the British family man, finds it hardest to get in - article with photos; Wild Animls I Have Known... Slightly - humor by Rober Thomas Allen, illustrated by Duncan MacPherson; Fredericton - The Aristocrat under the Elms - feature article with photos of this New Brunswick city; How to Miss the Mobs - article cartoon illustrated by Peter Whalley; Full-page army recruiting ad; 1952 Dodge Coronet ad; Lovely full-page colour Coke ad shows mom taking tray of bottles to kids watching TV; 1952 Plymouth ad; Colour LaZboy ad; The Lorne Scots (Peel, Dufferin and Halton Regiment) are honoured in a colour ad for O'Keefe's Brewing Company,