Author:Dingman, H.; Taubman, H.; Hester, Harriet; Mosher, J.; Vernon, G.; Wilson, E.; Bosworth, A.R.; Forrest, W.; Hartsoe, C.; Frank, Pat

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Image for The New Liberty Magazine, May 31, 1947 - Could the Reds Cripple Canadian Industry? / Good News for Ulcer Sufferers

The New Liberty Magazine, May 31, 1947 - Could the Reds Cripple Canadian Industry? / Good News for Ulcer Sufferers

By: Dingman, H.; Taubman, H.; Hester, Harriet; Mosher, J.; Vernon, G.; Wilson, E.; Bosworth, A.R.; Forrest, W.; Hartsoe, C.; Frank, Pat

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Toronto, Liberty of Canada Limited: 1947

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 301g3511

Condition: Good


50 pages. Features: Cover art by Oscar Cahen featues sleeping hobo surrounded by birds and little girl; Could the Reds Cripple Canadian Industry? - photo-illustrated article on the threat posed by Communist Canadian labour leaders; Lady Who Has Lived - the extraordinary story of pianist Maryla Jonas, who crossed hell and high water to Carnegie Hall - and sudden fame, riches, and glory; Good News for Ulcer Sufferers - relief may be two years off; Personality - Old Camper - Taylor Statten uses his top-flight Ontario summer camps to train a new school of boys' workers - and even to finance a cam... View more info