Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, 1 June, 1950 - Oilman Richard Keith Van Sickle / Vigilante Murder of the Donnelly Family Near Lucan, Ontario


60 pages. Features: Cover illustration by Oscar Cahen of wedding scene; Nice colour-photo ad for International Trucks inside front cover; Austin car ad; Richard Keith Van Sickle - this oilman from Petrolia, Ontario ducked out of Austria in 1939 and the Russians grabbed his oil wells; The Girl with the Gingham Heart (fiction); But the Red Men (Indians) Didn't Vanish! - Canada's policy of cruelty and neglect toward native peoples is on the mend (large photo of Chief Joseph Abel of Yellowknife); An Island to Share (fiction); Country Minister - as the United Church celebrates its 25th anniversary modern young ministers like Elridge Currey of Victoria Square, Ontario, carry on with the great task; The Pacific Great Eastern (PGE) Railway of British Columbia - colour-photo-illustrated article; Mermaids made to measure - Archie Johnston of Toronto makes fake mermaids, mummies, etc. for carnivals; Why Don't Adults Grow Up?; The Vigilante Massacre - on Feb. 4, 1880 about 20 men attached the Donnelly home near Lucan, Ontario; Man's Last Enemy is Himself - political news from Britain with Churchill content; Nice colour (red) Meteor car ad; The Spoof That Swept a Continent - Lewis Gorin, Jr. and friends demanded soldier bonuses - while alive to spend them!; Nice colour White Road ad with Lake Louise motif; Nice colour-photo Canadian National ad shows family having luxury meal in dining car; 1950 Chevrolet truck ad; Back cover O'Keefe's ad features wonderful colour illustration of picnic scene by William Winter; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A nice vintage copy.

Title: Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, 1 June, 1950 - Oilman Richard Keith Van Sickle / Vigilante Murder of the Donnelly Family Near Lucan, Ontario

Author: Israels, Josef II; Callwood, J.; Gardner, Ray; Dilworth, Mary Lou; Bigelow, S. Tupper; Zacks, Robert; Litsey, Sarah; et al

Illustrator: Cahen, Oscar; Winter, W.A.; Richardson, Aileen; Anderson, Don; Winter, William

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Native Peoples, 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: 201h2462

Keywords: Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, 1 June, 1950 - Oilman Richard Keith Van Sickle / Vigilante Murder of the Donnelly Family Near Lucan, Ontario Oscar Cahen of wedding scene; Nice colour-photo ad for International Trucks inside front cover; Austin car ad; Richard Keith Van Sickle - this oilman from Petrolia, Ontario ducked out of Austria in 1939 and the Russians grabbed his oil wells; The Girl with the Gingham Heart (fiction); But the Red Men (Indians) Didn't Vanish! - Canada's policy of cruelty and neglect toward native peoples is on the mend (large photo of Chief Joseph Abel of Yellowknife); An Island to Share (fiction); Country Minister - as the United Church celebrates its 25th anniversary modern young ministers like Elridge Currey of Victoria Square, Ontario, carry on with the great task; The Pacific Great Eastern (PGE) Railway of British Columbia - colour-photo-illustrated article; Mermaids made to measure - Archie Johnston of Toronto makes fake mermaids, mummies, etc. for carnivals; Why Don't Adults Grow Up?; The Vigilante Massacre - on Feb. 4, 1880 about 20 men attached the Donnelly home near Lucan, Ontario; Man's Last Enemy is Himself - political news from Britain with Churchill content; Nice colour (red) Meteor car ad; The Spoof That Swept a Continent - Lewis Gorin, Jr. and friends demanded soldier bonuses - while alive to spend them!; Nice colour White Road ad with Lake Louise motif; Nice colour-photo Canadian National ad shows family having luxury meal in dining car; 1950 Chevrolet truck ad; Back cover O'Keefe's ad features wonderful colour illustration of picnic scene by William Winter,