Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, 15 November (Nov.) 1949 - Yanks Rule Part of Canada / Des Joachims Dam Project / Karsh


80 pages. Features: Karsh cover photo-portrait of Jean Sibelius; One-page Canadian General Electric radio ad shows the Models C122, C602, C352, C400 and C751; Moffat appliance ad features photo of Ted "Teeder" Kennedy, his wife and dog, plus photos of their kitchen and home; Where the Yanks Rule a Part of Canada - Americans at their Newfoundland base can flout our courts, even seize our citizens - and it's all quite legal; How Karsh Photographed Europe's Great; Ordeal By Snow (fiction); Taming the mighty Ottawa River with the Des Joachims dam project - article with photo; Is There a Killer in the Crowd? - Canada has at least 300 who have not been caught; Fortune in a Million Figures - Rose Starkman came to Canada in 1937 with $20, married Hy Marx, and they now sell $1 Million annually of Rose Marx Braz, the only Canadian brassiere sold in bulk in the U.S.; Stop This Fire Death Sacrifice! - firey death of 139 on pleasure steamer Noronic at Toronto's Pier 9; My Papooses Got Pyjamas - life in a Red Cross outpost at Armstrong, 100 miles north of Fort William; Beauty and the Brakeman (fiction); A Firsthand account on the new Britain under Socialism, by John W. Vandercook; TCA (Trans-Canada-Airlines) one-page ad with piggy bank; How to Retire and Like It; Nice colour Coke ad shows youth lunch scene and ice chest stocked with Coke; Bold one-page colour ad for Champion spark plugs features dog with ear muffs; Plymouth car ad; Westinghouse radio colour ad features the Rideau; Kleenex ad features Little Lulu and Tubby; Half-page Eveready battery ad features policeman Joseph Moreau of St. Lambert, Quebec; Photo of load of diesel from Moose Jaw Refineries crossing into the U.S.; Great back cover colour ad for B.C. Apples; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A quality vintage copy.

Title: Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, 15 November (Nov.) 1949 - Yanks Rule Part of Canada / Des Joachims Dam Project / Karsh

Author: Wuorio, Eva-Lis; McLeod, Bruce; Anglin, G.; Elliott, Helen; Vancercook, J.W.; Lawton, Dr. G.; Sims, Burt; Carver, J.; et al

Illustrator: Karsh; Wood, F. Scott; Anderson, Don; White, William

Categories: Photography, Magazine Back Issues, Canadian History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Toronto, Maclean Hunter / Key Publishers: 1949

Binding: Single Issue Magazine

Condition: Good

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 201h2469

Keywords: Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, 15 November (Nov.) 1949 - Yanks Rule Part of Canada / Des Joachims Dam Project Karsh cover photo-portrait of Jean Sibelius; One-page Canadian General Electric radio ad shows the Models C122, C602, C352, C400 and C751; Moffat appliance ad features photo of Ted "Teeder" Kennedy, his wife and dog, plus photos of their kitchen and home; Where the Yanks Rule a Part of Canada - Americans at their Newfoundland base can flout our courts, even seize our citizens - and it's all quite legal; How Karsh Photographed Europe's Great; Ordeal By Snow (fiction); Taming the mighty Ottawa River with the Des Joachims dam project - article with photo; Is There a Killer in the Crowd? - Canada has at least 300 who have not been caught; Fortune in a Million Figures - Rose Starkman came to Canada in 1937 with $20, married Hy Marx, and they now sell $1 Million annually of Rose Marx Braz, the only Canadian brassiere sold in bulk in the U.S.; Stop This Fire Death Sacrifice! - firey death of 139 on pleasure steamer Noronic at Toronto's Pier 9; My Papooses Got Pyjamas - life in a Red Cross outpost at Armstrong, 100 miles north of Fort William; Beauty and the Brakeman (fiction); A Firsthand account on the new Britain under Socialism, by John W. Vandercook; TCA (Trans-Canada-Airlines) one-page ad with piggy bank; How to Retire and Like It; Nice colour Coke ad shows youth lunch scene and ice chest stocked with Coke; Bold one-page colour ad for Champion spark plugs features dog with ear muffs; Plymouth car ad; Westinghouse radio colour ad features the Rideau; Kleenex ad features Little Lulu and Tubby; Half-page Eveready battery ad features policeman Joseph Moreau of St. Lambert, Quebec; Photo of load of diesel from Moose Jaw Refineries crossing into the U.S.; Great back cover colour ad for B.C. Apples,