Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, 1 January (Jan.) 1949 - Gil Purcell of Canadian Pacific / The Campbell Family of Squaw Butte Near Cowley, Alberta


52 pages. Features: Great New Year House Party cover illustration by Oscar Cahen; Winners of Maclean's Fiction Contest include Ernest Buckler, John Jeffrey Symons, and Fred Sloman; Russia Won't Attack; Gil Purcell is The CP's (Canadian Pacific's) Benign Simon Legree; A Housebuilder Talks Back - John Anderson admits prices are a scandal but blames labour and the customers themselves; Lord of Roanonga (fiction); Peanut Empire - in the Tanganyika badlands British pioneers aim for three million acres of peanuts; Grizzled Gentleman - experiences with grizzly bears; Happy Landing at Squaw Butte - Gray and Eleanor Campbell and their postwar dream ranch near Cowley, Alberta; Curling at Nipawin, Saskatchewan; She Walks the Atlantic - Trans-Canada-Airlines Stewardess Helen Mary Gagnon - photo-illustrated article; Father Was a Gambler (fiction); Food Can Be a Drug; RCAF recruiting ad with emphasis on radio/radar/electronics; Heinz tomato products colour ad inside back cover features illustration by R. York Wilson of tomato pickers at work in the field; and more. Soiling to lower corner - all text legible, otherwise unmarked with average wear. A quality vintage copy.

Title: Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, 1 January (Jan.) 1949 - Gil Purcell of Canadian Pacific / The Campbell Family of Squaw Butte Near Cowley, Alberta

Author: Werner, Max; Young, Scott; Anderson, John; Albert, Harold A.; O'Hagan, Howard; Campbell, Gray; Sarbach, L.N.; Cave, Hugh B.; Anderson, J.C.; et al

Illustrator: Cahen, Oscar; Norris; Woods, Rex ; Wilson, R. York

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Canadian History, Biography,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Toronto, Maclean Hunter / Key Publishers: 1949

Binding: Single Issue Magazine

Condition: Good

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 201h2470

Keywords: Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, 1 January (Jan.) 1949 - Gil Purcell of Canadian Pacific / The Campbell Family of Squaw Butte Near Cowley, Alberta New Year House Party cover illustration by Oscar Cahen; Winners of Maclean's Fiction Contest include Ernest Buckler, John Jeffrey Symons, and Fred Sloman; Russia Won't Attack; Gil Purcell is The CP's (Canadian Pacific's) Benign Simon Legree; A Housebuilder Talks Back - John Anderson admits prices are a scandal but blames labour and the customers themselves; Lord of Roanonga (fiction); Peanut Empire - in the Tanganyika badlands British pioneers aim for three million acres of peanuts; Grizzled Gentleman - experiences with grizzly bears; Happy Landing at Squaw Butte - Gray and Eleanor Campbell and their postwar dream ranch near Cowley, Alberta; Curling at Nipawin, Saskatchewan; She Walks the Atlantic - Trans-Canada-Airlines Stewardess Helen Mary Gagnon - photo-illustrated article; Father Was a Gambler (fiction); Food Can Be a Drug; RCAF recruiting ad with emphasis on radio/radar/electronics; Heinz tomato products colour ad inside back cover features illustration by R. York Wilson of tomato Pickers,