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Image for Locomotives International - No. 31, Vol. 6, February 1996

Locomotives International - No. 31, Vol. 6, February 1996

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $69.95

Publisher: England, L.I.: 1996

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 768a9688

Condition: Very Good


Features: Crampton Curiosities; Steam Travel and Photography Forty Years Ago - 1955 - Part 1; An Old Document from German East Africa; Some Thoughts on American Locomotive Exports - Part 1; Olomouc to Prague - 150 Years; Little Candys of Cuba; Four-Cylinder Compound Steam returned to Steam; A Pair of Indian 4-6-0s; The first locomotives exported from the USA and the first reimported by England; Zimbabwe, July 1995. Small date stamp atop front cover else clean and unmarked with light wear. Nice copy. View more info

Image for Fiberarts - The Magazine of Textiles: Vol. 6, No. 1 ,  January/February 1979

Fiberarts - The Magazine of Textiles: Vol. 6, No. 1 , January/February 1979

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $59.95

Publisher: USA, Fiberarts: 1979

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 768a0112

Condition: Good


Features: Baskets by John McQueen; How to buy a floor loom; Inside the Hangchow Silk Factory; Lynn Rothrock's Devil Dolls; and more. Sound copy. Prior owner's name on front cover. View more info

Image for The War Illustrated, No. 234 - 8 February 1919

The War Illustrated, No. 234 - 8 February 1919

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $249.95

Publisher: London, Amalgamated: 1919

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 813a1781

Condition: Good


Cover illustration entitled 'The Happy End'. Large photo taken on-board a British dirigible. The story that can never be told, by Lovat Fraser. Coastal Motor-Boats Cutting Their Arrowy Way - two great photos of the Auxiliary Patrol Service. Photos in Belgium Before the Enemy was Expelled. With the Kaiser in Bruges - Hun Camera Records (6 photos). Turey's Waning Prestige in Europe and in Asia - 3 photos. Maintaining Law and Order in Occupied Lands - 5 photos. 'Russia, The Unexplainable' - article by Hamilton Fyfe. Photo of the arrival of President Poincare at the opening of the confere... View more info

Image for The War Illustrated, No. 233 - 1 February 1919

The War Illustrated, No. 233 - 1 February 1919

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

Publisher: London, Amalgamated: 1919

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 813a1782

Condition: Fair


Demobilisation - Cover illustration of a faithful charger being sold while its British officer looks on. Illustration of Woodrow Wilson, President Poincare, and Mr. Lloyd George at the opening of the Peace Conference. Photo: French Arms Beyond the Rhine. Illustrations of 'Prussia's Arrogance in 1871'. Air Trips to Paris and Back in Four Hours - 4 photos of 'Airco' machines. British keep guard on the Bridge at Cologne - 4 great photos. "To the Rhine!" - Retribution after Fifty Years, 3 photos. Storm and Fog Claim Ships that War had Spared - 6 photos. Photo of the salved French s... View more info

Image for The War Illustrated, No. 184 - 23 February 1918

The War Illustrated, No. 184 - 23 February 1918

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $129.95

Publisher: London, Amalgamated: 1918

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 813a1787

Condition: Fair


Four photos of Canadians at work in the snow in France. Arms and Apparatus for Night-Flying Airmen - 5 photos plus inset photo of Lieut. Dostier, one of Germany's crack airmen. Remarkable photo of the raid by Gothas on Paris in January 30th. Avengers of Arras Advance Their Artillery - Two Photos. Pitiful Plight of the Little Country Places - 3 photos. 'Butoire' - how in fighting one foe he conquered another, by Henry Barbusse. Trench cookhouses. Valuable war-time village vegetable industry - 6 photos. Activity of shipways and gunworks in America - 6 photos including 2 of Hog Island. W... View more info

Image for The Canadian Magazine, 6 February 1971 *MORE ON THE MOB, AND ARTIST JACK CHAMBERS*

The Canadian Magazine, 6 February 1971 *MORE ON THE MOB, AND ARTIST JACK CHAMBERS*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $249.95

Publisher: Toronto, Southstar: 1971

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 339a4563

Condition: Good


Features: The Mob - Part 4 of a Series - Gambler Sammy Klein was killed by loansharks for being late with his payments; If you can't speak Canadian, don't worry - Nobody Can; Maggie Grant; Centerfold advertisement for Esso Power Players NHL card promotion; What makes Jack Chambers Canada's top-priced painter? - four page article with nice colour illustrations; Canada has a great chance in the North American tiddlywinks championships!; Prominent Canadian Ladies suggest what a man should smell like; Doug Wright's Family; and more. Clean and unmarked with average wear. View more info

Image for The Canadian Magazine, 20 February 1971  *THE NIAGARA DAREDEVILS/PART 6 OF 'THE MOB'*

The Canadian Magazine, 20 February 1971 *THE NIAGARA DAREDEVILS/PART 6 OF 'THE MOB'*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $249.95

Publisher: Toronto, Southstar: 1971

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 339a4564

Condition: Good


Features: The Niagara Daredevils - Red Hill Jr. tried to go over and was killed - his brother says he'll try in June; "As an Abortionist I was Really doing something to help people" - When Dr. Robert Makaroff was arrested in Vancouver last March, he had performed more than 1,000 illegal abortions; Stretch denim fashion feature; What a golf pro does in winter - Len Ellerton uses a videotape recording machine to help students with their swings; A guide to Golf Etiquette; Yummm Yogurt! - food feature; Part 6 of 'The Mob' - The Bookies - They're crime's biggest moneymakers - Montreal booki... View more info

Image for The Youth's Companion, February 18, 1926

The Youth's Companion, February 18, 1926

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $99.95

Publisher: Boston, Perry Mason Company: 1926

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357a4722

Condition: Good


Features: Boys will be - Men, a boxing story by Jonathan Brooks; Lost from the Fleet, a seal hunting adventure by George Allan England - II; Use What You Have by Margaret Warde; The Adventures of William Tucker - X, by George Halsey Gillham; What Was He Like at Work? - 6 - Woodrow Wilson; Four Ways with a Filet Crochet Pattern; A Scientific Way to Construct Model Sailboats; From Girl to Girl - fifty years of college; and more. Moderate wear. A sound copy. View more info

Image for Trains - The Magazine of Railroading, June 1970 *UNDER CATENARY (AND BESIDE THIRD RAIL) ... FOR THE FIRST TIME - TRAINS GOES ALL ELECTRIC*

Trains - The Magazine of Railroading, June 1970 *UNDER CATENARY (AND BESIDE THIRD RAIL) ... FOR THE FIRST TIME - TRAINS GOES ALL ELECTRIC*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $79.95

Publisher: USA, Kalmbach: 1969

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 842a4754

Condition: Good


Features: Ben W. Heineman; The great Tug-of-War - pushing match at Kent, Washington on 22 February, 1920 between a GE 261-ton bipolar No. 10254 vs. a 278 ton 2-6-6-2 Mallet No. 9520; Classics under catenary (and beside third rail) - from the power in the trolley to the motors fed, electrification has had a common theme - nonstandardization - B&O No. 1 was first, Central's tinplate prototype, New Haven's A.C./D.C. box-cab motors, Norfolk & Western's side-rod box-cabs, Milwaukee's bipolar gearless motors, The Classic GG1, Great Northern Had the Biggest; Muskingum's prototype for the future; The ... View more info

Image for Trains - The Magazine of Railroading, December 1970 *INGERSOLL-RAND - CATALYST OF DIESELIZATION / NINTH ANNUAL ALL-DIESEL ISSUE*

Trains - The Magazine of Railroading, December 1970 *INGERSOLL-RAND - CATALYST OF DIESELIZATION / NINTH ANNUAL ALL-DIESEL ISSUE*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $79.95

Publisher: USA, Kalmbach: 1970

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 842a4755

Condition: Good


Features: Everyman's diesel primer - the abc's of 'phenomenally productive equipment; Ingersoll-Rand - catalyst of dieselization *extensive and profusely illustrated article*; Joy and Pain on the Boston & Maine. Average wear. Unmarked. Small white sticker on back cover. View more info

Image for Sailing (Magazine) - The Beauty of Sail: February 1976

Sailing (Magazine) - The Beauty of Sail: February 1976

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $129.95

Publisher: USA, Port Publications: 1976

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357a4778

Condition: Very Good


Features: Profile of a surprise winner - Golden Dazy; Bluenose II sails inside America; Yes, Virginia - we know your sailors love your water; Meet the Tsar - from Performance Sailcraft who brought us the Laser; Four Schooners - COASTER, LEAH, BRIGADOON OF BOOTH BAY, FAIR WEATHER; Don't miss Young Island's voluptuous tropical growth, jump-up nightlife; Vega 8-ton - Crealock ocean traveller; Paquet - 55'6" McCurdy & Rhodes ketch; HELENA - 38-foot cruising sloop; Frers 46 - Alloy 10R sloop; and more. Clean and unmarked with light wear. Nice copy. View more info

Image for Maclean's Magazine, February 10, 1962 *REDEMMED CHILDREN - ONE OF FOUR CHILDREN WHO SURVIVED THE NAZI DEATH CAMPS WAS BROUGHT TO CANADA*

Maclean's Magazine, February 10, 1962 *REDEMMED CHILDREN - ONE OF FOUR CHILDREN WHO SURVIVED THE NAZI DEATH CAMPS WAS BROUGHT TO CANADA*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $299.95

Publisher: Toronto, Maclean-Hunter Limited: 1962

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 144c5622

Condition: Good


Features: Nice colour ad for the Impala 6-passenger station wagon (blue); The Redeemed Children - the story of one of the great humanitarian acts of the twentieth century - Jewish orphans from WWII are brought to Canada - with photos; The Welcome Enemies - the happy accident by which 972 interned aliens became, in 1940, some of the liveliest immigrants Canada ever had; The public crime that seems to pay - Hit-and-run; Stop whitewashing black african demagogues, by John Phillipson; 15 days with the bushmen of the Kalahari Desert, by John Phillipson - great colour photos; How Spencer Caldwell go... View more info

Image for Maclean's Magazine, February 6, 1965 *THE MANY WOES OF TV'S MOST EMBATTLED HOUR*

Maclean's Magazine, February 6, 1965 *THE MANY WOES OF TV'S MOST EMBATTLED HOUR*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $249.95

Publisher: Toronto, Maclean-Hunter Limited: 1965

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 144c5661

Condition: Good


Features: nice colour photo ad for the 1965 Beaumont inside front cover; Can we succeed in NATO without really trying?; How to survive in the CBC jungle - and other TV Tribal secrets - Percy Saltzman interviews Patrick Watson and Douglas Leiterman; Madman on the Bridge, by Kenneth Walker, MD; Churchman Reverend A.C. Forrest talks back to critic Pierre Berton, author of "The Comfortable Pew"; Toronto - Canada's high-rising, high-living, heady new sophistocate, by Ian Sclanders; When little Tommy Burns outslugged the biggest brutes in boxing - a Maclean's flashback to the stridently Cana... View more info

Image for Trains Magazine, February 1941, Vol. 1, No. 4

Trains Magazine, February 1941, Vol. 1, No. 4

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $99.95

Publisher: USA, Kalmbach Publishing Co.: 1941

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 727c8293

Condition: Good


50 pages. Many wonderful black and white photos. Features: Lake St. Tower - focal point of the entire Chicago & North Western Railway is the six-track terminal throat; Off the Beaten Track - Round Trip Tickets are Honoured over this interesting mountain branch of the Northern Pacific; Passenger Agent - Making friends by satisfying passengers is his job - satisfied passengers ship freight too; Mother Hubbard Locomotives - Wide fire boxes of anthracite-burning locos crowded the cab forward; Keeping the Line Open - The railroads, more than any other private enterprise, strive to maintain servic... View more info

Image for Garden Railways Magazine, January-February 1993

Garden Railways Magazine, January-February 1993

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $49.95

Publisher: USA, Sidestreet Bannerworks: 1993

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 727c8770

Condition: Good


86 pages. Features: The Coalport Railroad; Modifying Rolling Stock for the DSP&P; The Story of a Journey - Part 2; Getting Started in Garden Railroading - Part 3; The Eyre Peninsula Division; Modifying the Bachmann Big Hauler for Improved R/C; Build a G-Scale Beyer-Garratt; Second Generation Garden Railroading - Part 6. Moderate wear. A sound copy. View more info

Image for Trains - The Popular Magazine of Railroading, February 1951 - Cover Photo of Soo Line Train 8 Near Rapid River, Michigan

Trains - The Popular Magazine of Railroading, February 1951 - Cover Photo of Soo Line Train 8 Near Rapid River, Michigan

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $99.95

Publisher: USA, Kalmbach: 1951

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 556g0068

Condition: Good


58 pages. Features: The Hibiscus & Heliconia Short Line Railroad on Hawaii - article with photos; The Rail Detector Car Identifies Faulty Rails - article with photos; Staten Island Rapid Transit - a B&O Subsidiary - article with photos and map; Photo Section including wonderful centerfold photo of a Western Maryland 4-6-6-4 on a curve west of Cumberland, Md.; Behind the Statistical Nightmares of the Pennsylvania Railroad's first 100 years - a story of a transport colossus - article with photos; Riding the "Dixie Line" NC&StL from Nashville to Atlanta; Photos of immense locomotives in ... View more info

Image for The War Illustrated Magazine, 6 February 1915 - Beatty - The Hero of the North Sea

The War Illustrated Magazine, 6 February 1915 - Beatty - The Hero of the North Sea

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $129.95

Publisher: London, Amalgamated: 1915

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 844g0264

Condition: Good


Contents: The War By Land - article by F.A. McKenzie; With the Flag in France and Flanders - three photos; Four Photos of British Horse and Foot Moving to the Firing Line; With the Devoted workers of the R.A.M.C. - four photos; Boer and Briton unite against the Teuton - two photos; B.E. Africa contests Germany's place in the sun - three photos; King Albert's New Army in the Making - six photos; The Decisive Cruiser Action in the North Sea; The Blucher Before & After Meeting the Lion - Three photos; Centerfold illustration of the naval victory in the North Sea - Triumph of British Gunnery and S... View more info

Image for Harper's Bazar (Bazaar) Magazine, February 6, 1886 - A Repository of Fashion, Pleasure, and Instruction

Harper's Bazar (Bazaar) Magazine, February 6, 1886 - A Repository of Fashion, Pleasure, and Instruction

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $79.95

Publisher: New York, Harper & Brothers: 1886

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 844g0385

Condition: Fair


16 pages. Contents: "A Quiet Life" - cover illustration by W.T. Smedley; Shy People; Dunce or Pedant; Women and Men - women's letters; Family living on $500 a years - par IV; New York Fashions - warm jackets, hoods and robes for selighing, toboggan suits, inexpensive house dresses, hints about spring goods; Personal; South Kensington Designs; The Heir of the Ages, by James Payn - continued; The Cantankerous Wife - a folk-tale from the Russian of Afansief, by Mrs. Burton Harrison; Modern Kitchens; centerfold illustration of Warwick Castle; Paston Carew, Millionaire and Miser - continue... View more info

Image for Trains Magazine, February 1965

Trains Magazine, February 1965

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $69.95

Publisher: USA, Kalmbach: 1965

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 823g0224

Condition: Good


62 pages. Features: Railroad News Photos; Steam News Photos; Photo feature on the US Railroad Administration's 4-6-2 of WWI - the Atlantic Coast Line (ACL); A Tale of Two Railroads - Jersey Central and Lehigh Valley have more in common than their deficits - article with photos and map; Ad with colour photos for GM's new locomotives at work in the Rockies; Photo Section; Super 1.5-page 1909 photo of the Delaware & Hudson Camelback 837 on the turntable at Oneonta, NY; And Then There Was One - What's ahead for South Shore, sole survivor of Insull's Traction Triumvirate? - article with photos and ... View more info

Image for Pathfinder Magazine - A Weekly News Review of World Affairs, February 6, 1937 - Cover Photo of Terrible Indiana Flooding Due to Burst Levee

Pathfinder Magazine - A Weekly News Review of World Affairs, February 6, 1937 - Cover Photo of Terrible Indiana Flooding Due to Burst Levee

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $99.95

Publisher: USA, The Pathfinder Publishing Co.: 1937

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 316g2208

Condition: Fair


24 pages. Contents: Battle over control of the nation's electrical power - with photo of TVA Director David E. Lilienthal; Photo of Walter Runciman, President of the British Board of Trade; Photo of Robert L. Doughton of North Carolina; Conflict between General Motors and the United Automotive Workers of America - with photo of Alfred P. Sloan, Jr.; Terrible Ohio River Flood; Rise of Militarism in Japan - with photo of Osami Nagano; Photo of Trotzky (Trotsky) who, from Mexico, claims the Moscow trial against him is "A giant frame-up"; Terror in Lisbon; Spanish Havoc - with photo of re... View more info