Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, 15 February (Feb.) 1949 - They Died for Seven Cents a Day / Barbara Ann Scott / The Brewster Family of the Rockies


52 pages. Features: Colour Coke ad inside front cover with soda jerk in background; Stalin is Losing in Asia - article by William Costello with photos of Chinese peasants; They Died for 7 Cents a Day - Dr. Robert B. McClure provides a behind-lines view of China's cruel war; Is it Adultery? - are children conceived via artificial insemination illegitimate?; The Tin Coat (fiction); Backstage with figure skater Barbara Ann Scott - photo-illustrated article; Traveling Salesman Bert Thorne; Next Year for Sure (fiction); Do Styles Foretell Wars? - illustrated article; Article on meteors which bombard the earth 75 million times per day; Royal Family of the Rockies - The Brewster Family - photo-illustrated article; They Used to Call Me Fatty - James Bannerman enjoys life now that he has lost weight; Eveready battery ad shows their product in use with police, theatre usher, lineman and horse-drawn milk cart of Arthur A. Painter of Winnipeg; Kleenex ad features Little Lulu and Tubby; O'Keefe's ad inside back cover features colour illustration of skilift scene by A.B. Stapleton; and more. Archival tape repair to front cover, otherwise unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy.

Title: Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, 15 February (Feb.) 1949 - They Died for Seven Cents a Day / Barbara Ann Scott / The Brewster Family of the Rockies

Author: Costello, William; McClure, Dr. Robert B.; Neville, C.; Wuorio, Eva-Lis; Hart, Liddell; Wild, Roland; Bannerman, J.; Sloman, Fred; Blackburn, Robert H.

Illustrator: Pryne, Rolfe; Bush, Jack; Stapleton, A.B.

Categories: Fashion, Magazine Back Issues, 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: 201h2473

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