Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, 15 May 1951 - Why Wives Are Going Out to Work / Fred White - Toughest Man Afloat


84 pages. Features: Great cover illustration of Victoria Harbour by Franklin Arbuckle; Parker pen ad inside front cover with photo of Sir Ernest MacMillan; Housing outlook grows darker; Why Wives are Going Out to Work - close-up look at this social and economic revolution - with photos of Mrs. Audrey and Mr. Lorne Hunt and family of Toronto; The White Pagan (fiction by Ward Holm Tanzer); Ontario's Quetico Park; Everybody's Playing the Stock Market Again - the busiest flurry since 1929; Why Uncle Sam has blocked the St. Lawrence Seaway; We Found the Last Wild West (part 3 of this tale by Richmond P. Hobson Jr.); Milk Run to Korea - Pierre Berton flies with the RCAF to Korea on one of its many flights to deliver supplies and bring the wounded home; The Toughest Man Afloat - 57-year-old Fred White, bosun of the Canuk Line freighter Triberg; The Small-town movie house at Hantsport, Nova Scotia; They Say You Taste Like Pork - the last ten years have been easily the worst in the recent history of cannibalism; Nice colour one-page ad for the Hillman Minx (blue convertible); Austin car ad; Nice colour Buick ad features red two-door Riveira Custom; Very nice one-page colour Chevrolet ad features the Bel Air; Half-page two-colour tourism ad for Ontario; Penicillin for Sweet Molly - by James Thurber; 1951 Ford car colour ad; 3/4-page Canadian Pacific ad features their Alaska, Banff and Lake Louise destinations; Dow Brewery Award features James Philpott of Toronto who suffered burns rescuing youngster from Scarborough home; Nice colour Coke ad on back cover with illustration of taxi driver relaxing; and more. Chunk from upper corner of front cover, otherwise unmarked with moderate wear. A nice vintage copy.

Title: Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, 15 May 1951 - Why Wives Are Going Out to Work / Fred White - Toughest Man Afloat

Author: Katz, S.; Bodsworth, F.; Neville, C.; Hobson, R.P. Jr.; Berton, P.; Creighton, M.; Thurber, James; Tanzer, Ward H.; et al

Illustrator: Arbuckle, Franklin; Cahen, Oscar; Trem

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Hockey, Biography,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Toronto, Maclean Hunter / Key Publishers: 1951

Binding: Single Issue Magazine

Condition: Good

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 201h2460

Keywords: Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, 15 May 1951 - Why Wives Are Going Out to Work / Fred White - Toughest Man Afloat Victoria Harbour by Franklin Arbuckle; Parker pen ad inside front cover with photo of Sir Ernest MacMillan; Housing outlook grows darker; Why Wives are Going Out to Work - close-up look at this social and economic revolution - with photos of Mrs. Audrey and Mr. Lorne Hunt and family of Toronto; The White Pagan (fiction by Ward Holm Tanzer); Ontario's Quetico Park; Everybody's Playing the Stock Market Again - the busiest flurry since 1929; Why Uncle Sam has blocked the St. Lawrence Seaway; We Found the Last Wild West (part 3 of this tale by Richmond P. Hobson Jr.); Milk Run to Korea - Pierre Berton flies with the RCAF to Korea on one of its many flights to deliver supplies and bring the wounded home; The Toughest Man Afloat - 57-year-old Fred White, bosun of the Canuk Line freighter Triberg; The Small-town movie house at Hantsport, Nova Scotia; They Say You Taste Like Pork - the last ten years have been easily the worst in the recent history of cannibalism; Nice colour one-page ad for the Hillman Minx (blue convertible); Austin car ad; Nice colour Buick ad features red two-door Riveira Custom; Very nice one-page colour Chevrolet ad features the Bel Air; Half-page two-colour tourism ad for Ontario; Penicillin for Sweet Molly - by James Thurber; 1951 Ford car colour ad; 3/4-page Canadian Pacific ad features their Alaska, Banff and Lake Louise destinations; Dow Brewery Award features James Philpott of Toronto who suffered burns rescuing youngster from Scarborough home; Nice colour Coke ad on back cover with illustration of taxi Driver,