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Image for Collier's, The National Weekly Magazine, October 1, 1949 - Paul (Dreamboat) Douglas / Boater Bob Lane

Collier's, The National Weekly Magazine, October 1, 1949 - Paul (Dreamboat) Douglas / Boater Bob Lane

By: Alexander, Holmes; Clark, Delbert; Ruark, Bob; Frank, Stanley; Frazier, George; Carter, Hodding; Wilson, Earl; Scott, William R.; Hawkins, John and Ward; Williams, Lawrence; Gardner, Erle Stanley; Snow, Enid Sims; Gilden, Bert K.

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Springfield, Ohio, The Crowell-Collier Publishing Company: 1949

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 534g1549

Condition: Good


74 pages. Articles: Troubles of College Deans; The Germans Wait Only For a Leader - argues we must make a fresh start toward stopping the rise of old-line Nazis - with color photo of John J. McCloy, High Commissioner for U.S. Occupied Germany; Lover with a Ball Bat - actor Paul (Dreamboat) Douglas - article with colour photos of Douglas and Linda Darnell; Saturday Afternoon Meat Grinders; The Christian Science Monitor - Gentleman of the Press (part 2 of 3); Always Heading for Salt Water - Bob Lane has been making boats since he was five; Fabulous Jacques Fath - article and color photo of fashi... View more info

Image for Newsweek Magazine, September (Sept.) 13, 1971 - Vietnam Combat Diary / The New Face of Adoption

Newsweek Magazine, September (Sept.) 13, 1971 - Vietnam Combat Diary / The New Face of Adoption

By: Alsop, Stewart; Morgenstern, Joseph; et al

Price: $99.95

Publisher: New York, Newsweek, Inc.: 1971

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 838g4879

Condition: Good


122 pages. Features: Cover photo of New Jersey Couple Frank and Barbara Calabrese with adopted daughter Rachel; The New Face of Adoption; Vietnam combat diary; Sen. Strom Thurmond; New birth control techniques; Color photos of daily life on the Chinese Mainland; Can Wage-Price freezes work?; The Increasing Role of Computers in art - from music to poetry to visual works; One-page ad for Moneysworth with photo of Ralph Ginzburg; Dixie Takes the Bus; photo of burning school buses in Pontiac, Michigan; Reflecting on Black Panther George Jackson, killed in San Quentin recently; Sales of lottery ti... View more info

Image for Baldwin Locomotives (Magazine), October (Oct.) 1928

Baldwin Locomotives (Magazine), October (Oct.) 1928

By: Author Not Stated

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Philadelphia, PA, The Baldwin Locomotive Works (BLW): 1928

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 556g0019

Condition: Good


84 pages. Features: Where do good locomotives go when they die?; The Western Maryland Railway - very long article with dozens of super photos; James McNaughton - obituary; Locomotive Coal, Sand and Cinder Handling Facilities - article and wonderful photos of contemporary technology; The Island of Jamaica and its Railway system - Substantial article with many great photos; Recent locomotives; The Building of a large flanging press - superlative article and photos describe the fabrication of a 1,400 ton Southwark press destined for use in the Eddystone plant; An Epoch in the History of Industry... View more info

Image for The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, May 2, 1942 -  Rostock Smashed By the R.A.F.

The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, May 2, 1942 - Rostock Smashed By the R.A.F.

By: Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John;

Price: $299.95

Publisher: London, The Illustrated London News and Sketch, Ltd.: 1942

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 201g4652

Condition: Good


Pages 425-452. Features: Wonderful one-page colour Guinness ad entitled "Guinness for Strength" shows farmer pushing huge wheelbarrow loaded with veggies - presumably in the spirit of promoting wartime home food growing; Map of great R.A.F. bombing raid on Lubeck; Five graphic air photos of R.A.F.-inflicted bomb damage to Rostock; Five photos of bomb damage in Valetta, Malta; Three photos of terrible smoke and fire on Rangoon's waterfront as the great oil refineries of Syriam and the Burma Company's oil warehouse are destroyed before the Japanese arrive; Two photos of Nazi reprisal bo... View more info

Image for Country Gentleman Magazine - The Magazine for Better Farming, Better Living, September (Sept.) 1952 - Easier Ways to Handle Corn

Country Gentleman Magazine - The Magazine for Better Farming, Better Living, September (Sept.) 1952 - Easier Ways to Handle Corn

By: Cave, Hugh B.; Jones, Nard

Price: $129.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis Pub Co: 1952

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 301h2249

Condition: Good


144 pages. Features: What about price supports?; Easier ways to handle corn; Roughage capacity; Save your beans; Pig hatcheries are here to stay; a plan for low-cost grade A milk; Keeping out of mortgage trouble; Wet-weather implements; Apply nitrogen now for extra profits; More beef from dry-land pasture; Better pasture with less cost and work; Machines dig their silage; They seed in standing corn; Six-Man football in Salem, New York, with photos including coach Bob Kana. Shopping with the Baugh family at Rucker-Rosenstock's, a department store in Petersburg, VA. Ads include: Nice color St... View more info

Image for Country Gentleman, The Magazine for Better Farming, Better Living - May 1951: Grand Coulee's Agricultural Empire is Born

Country Gentleman, The Magazine for Better Farming, Better Living - May 1951: Grand Coulee's Agricultural Empire is Born

By: Constiner, Merle; Holland, Isabelle; Mayse, Arthur; et al

Price: $129.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis Pub Co: 1951

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 301h2263

Condition: Good


180 pages. Features: Are you wasting labor?; A hand in the future of hybrid corn; Yankee land; Can you afford a $1000 bull?; Now we can eradicate hog cholera; Wool tips from Australia; Water is their life; An Agricultural Empire is Born; More farm jobs for planes; "Defense in Depth" against insects; "Big City" fire protection for farms; 3-point fly control plan; and more. Color Studebaker car ad inside back cover. Color Surge milker ad on back cover. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A nice vintage copy. View more info

Image for The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, September (Sept.) 25, 1926 -  Taxes, Taxes, Taxes!

The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, September (Sept.) 25, 1926 - Taxes, Taxes, Taxes!

By: Crowther, Samuel; Howe, J. Olin; Budd, Ralph W.; Hays, George W.; Benson, Allan L.; Collins, Dr. Joseph; Whiting, May B.; Phelps, Mary; barton, William E.; Finger, Charles J.

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Dearborn, Michigan, The Dearborn Publishing Co.: 1926

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 838g4923

Condition: Good


32 pages. Features: Nice two-color illustrated Valspar ad inside front cover; Taxes, Taxes, Taxes! - they are always with us but often we do not know it; Cashing in on the 'Blue Sky' - a study of the methods used by Wily 'Aviation' and real estate promoters in separating the sucker from his dollar; The Principles that guided George W. Hays in Exercising the Pardoning Power; The Genesis of the Constitution - reflections on what Washington and 38 of his countrymen did one summer; Bringing the Human Boat to Port Under Its Own Steam - advice on healthy living; What Would Izaak Walton Have Said? -... View more info

Image for Outdoor Life Magazine, December 1946: Jack O'Connor Articles

Outdoor Life Magazine, December 1946: Jack O'Connor Articles

By: De Treville, S.; Botsford, H.; Watkins, L.; Jessup, E.; O'Connor, Jack; Martin, R.; Jaques, F.; Cooney, E.; Chatfield, C.; Askins Jr., C.; Edel, H.; East, B.; Elliott, C.

Price: $129.95

Publisher: New York, Popular Science Publishing Co.: 1946

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 301g3784

Condition: Fair


156 pages. Includes two contributions by Jack O'Connor: Gambling for Gambrels - a long chance on finding some Arizona quail; The .250/3000 Can Shoot!. Other features include: Great cover art by J.F. Kernan; Leave Some Game for the Future!; A penny proves its worth for a California deer hunter; Scrappy little panfish; The Oakland County Sportsmen's Club and the Detroit Sportsmen's Congress - two successful clubs and how they got that way; Wrong-way buck all but fools Massachusetts hunters; The Annual Alpena Wildcat (Bobcat) Hunt; Color illustration of wildfowl on the Mississippi flyway; Illi... View more info

Image for American Orchid Society Bulletin Vol. 31 March, 1962 No. 3

American Orchid Society Bulletin Vol. 31 March, 1962 No. 3

By: Dillon, Gordon W.: Editor

Price: $49.95

Publisher: Cambridge, MA, USA, The American Orchid Society, Inc.: 1962

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 531c6397

Condition: Good


Features include: Epidendrums for the Sub-Tropics - and Elsewhere; Orchid Cultural Calendar for March: What to Do in Mid-America; What to Do in the Southwest; What to Do in the Pacific Northwest; What to Do in California; What to Do in Florida; What to Do in the Northeast; What to Do in Hawaii; Orchid Under Lights; Barkerias; Famous Orchid Collectors (Pt 2): The Rev. Charles Samuel Parish; An Oddity in Cymbidium Behavior; Thoughts on Growing Reed-stemmed Epidendrums; How I Grow Cyps in Michigan; Pots to Fit the Orchids; Orchids in a New Synthetic Growth Medium; and Collectors' It... View more info

Image for Ken Magazine, June 10, 1938, Volume 1, No. 7 - Who Started the Spanish-American War?

Ken Magazine, June 10, 1938, Volume 1, No. 7 - Who Started the Spanish-American War?

By: Hemingway, Ernest; Spivak, John L.; Stowe, Leland; Gish, Anthony; Limbach, Russell; Soriano, Estaban; Kuhn, Charles (Chas.); et al

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Ken: 1938

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 202g4289

Condition: Fair


86 pages. Features: Ad for Verve magazine inside front cover. Human Beings in Traps - article discusses prosperous Hungarian Jews attempting to relocate to America; Interesting article in Hat Check Girls with photo of Abe Ellis, 'Hat Check King'; The Great Die-Off - 'nature's way of regulating the races that can't regulate themselves - applies to men, and war; "Sex-Mad" Psychiatrists lead failed research on inmates at Jackson Penitentiary aka Southern Michigan State University - article with photos; Revival of the Third Psyche - Psychoanalysis is sometimes good for the patient and a... View more info

Image for American Bungalow Magazine, Winter 2006, Issue 52 - Cover Photo of 1911 Sylvanus Marston Home

American Bungalow Magazine, Winter 2006, Issue 52 - Cover Photo of 1911 Sylvanus Marston Home

By: Hiller, Nancy; Seckler, Judy; Hendrickson, Paula; Luke, John; Oliver, Trish; Kuzins, Rebecca; et al

Price: $49.95

Publisher: USA, John Brinkmann Design Office, Inc.; American Bungalow: 2006

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 838g4567

Condition: Very Good


144 pages. Features: Miracle on South Dunn St.; Restoration of a Pasadena bungalow designed by Sylvanus Marston; Dorothy's House - restoration of a 1921 bungalow; Envisioning Greene and Greene, a Century Later; Michigan couple challenges the 'bigfoots'; Historic Preservation; William Morris Studio; and more. Unmarked. with light wear. A quality copy. View more info

Image for The New York Times Magazine, January 21, 1945 - We Face a Desperate Foe in the Pacific / Governor Al Smith

The New York Times Magazine, January 21, 1945 - We Face a Desperate Foe in the Pacific / Governor Al Smith

By: Horne, George; McCormick, A.; Millay, E.; La Guardia, Fiorello; Huston, Luther; Samuels, G.; Moses, R.; Albright, H.; Holt, J.; Roche, M.; Pope, V.;

Price: $199.95

Publisher: New York, The New York Times Company: 1945

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 302g2850

Condition: Good


56 Pages. Features: Cover photo of "Russia's Winter Army on the March" showing soldiers on skis; United States Lines ad inside front cover features Eliot Wadsworth of the Chamber of Commerce; Color-photo one-page ad for The Commercial Travelers Mutual Accident Association of America; One-page ad for Dumont televisions; Japan is Still a Dangerous Enemy - article with naval battle photos including a dramatic one-page photo of a U.S. rocket assault on Peleliu Island; The Delicate Balance to be Kept in Europe Demands Statesmanship; Poem to the leaders of the Allied Nations; Wonderfully il... View more info

Image for The Dearborn Independent (Magazine) - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, January (Jan.) 15, 1927 - The Negro as the Lucky Child of Destiny

The Dearborn Independent (Magazine) - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, January (Jan.) 15, 1927 - The Negro as the Lucky Child of Destiny

By: Karpinski, Louis C.; Miller, Bishop George A.; Diaz, The Rt. Rev. Pascual; Collins, Dr. Joseph; Boyer, Townsend; Asquith, Lady Cynthia; Jenks, Albert Ernest; Stearns, Myron M.; Walpole, Hugh; Calnon, William Lee

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Dearborn, Michigan, The Dearborn Publishing Co.: 1927

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 838g4929

Condition: Good


32 pages. Features: Belgium Tries to Get on her Feet - a 94 Million$ loan will cost her 226 Million?; What is the Matter with Mexico?; Facts, Not Words - article by the secretary of the Episcopal Committee of the Roman Catholic Church in Mexico; The Punishment of Sisyphus - is paralleled in that of a young man whose efforts get him nowhere; The Negro as the Lucky Child of Destiny; Any Mother to Any Daughter; Henry Ford's Page - what distinguishes false from true prophets; Editorials - the modern bucketeer (operator of a financial bucket shop), Cobb and Judge Landis and the baseball scandal, m... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, April 6, 1957 --  Is France Still Our Ally? /  Ruth Lyons Lays Down the Law

The Saturday Evening Post, April 6, 1957 -- Is France Still Our Ally? / Ruth Lyons Lays Down the Law

By: Katkov, Norman; Reese, Johnn; Osborn, Millicent; Mauger, Mosser; Connell, Vivian; Hauser, Ernest O.; Maxwell, James A.; Sayre, Joel; Schubert, Paul; Burke, Jack Jr.; Thompson, Craig;

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, The Curtis Publishing Company: 1957

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357g2399

Condition: Good


164 pages. Fiction: The General's Disgrace; Fugitive From Romance; One Husband's Revolt; Freedom Calling!; The Lady (part 2 of 4); Kiowa Moon (part 4 of 7). The Business of Love. Articles: Is France Still Our Ally? - they say our Middle East policy is killing them; The Lady Lays Down the Law - TV star Ruth Lyons of Cincinnati - article with photos; How To Eat Like a Movie Star - recipes from Dave Chasen who turned a chili parlor into one of Hollywood's busiest and most expensive - restaurants; The Man Who Was Born Twice - Walter Kussy leaves communist Czechoslovaia to be reborn as an Americ... View more info

Image for The New York Times Magazine, September (Sept.) 16, 1945 - Iconic Cover Photo of MacArthur and Eichelberger, 'Rulers of Japan'

The New York Times Magazine, September (Sept.) 16, 1945 - Iconic Cover Photo of MacArthur and Eichelberger, 'Rulers of Japan'

By: Kluckhohn, Frank L.; Reuther, Walter; Vandenberg, Arthur; Middleton, Drew; Baxter, Beverley; et al

Price: $350.00

Publisher: USA, The New York Times: 1945

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 201h0794

Condition: Good


48 pages. Features: Our occupation army in Japan faces secret forces that have long shaped the nation's life; Jones & Laughlin Steel ad includes sketches of Conrad J. Schreiner, Walter Bagnall, Fred Siegrist, Richard Fox, Geo. Gerger, Joe Kroll, Robert Grannke, all veteran warehousemen of the company; Eleven great photos of WWII action between Normandy and the heart of the Reich, from film "The True Glory"; Walter Reuther and his program for reconversion and post-war prosperity; Michigan Senator Arthur H. Vandenberg uses his experience at San Francisco when the U.N. Charter was writte... View more info

Image for Country Gentleman - America's Foremost Rural Magazine, March (Mar.) 1949 - The Newtons of Pleasant Hill Farm

Country Gentleman - America's Foremost Rural Magazine, March (Mar.) 1949 - The Newtons of Pleasant Hill Farm

By: Knox, Joe; Young, Ben T.; Et Al

Price: $149.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis Pub Co: 1949

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 301h2287

Condition: Fair


200 pages. Features: Easing the farmer's oldest pain - rheumatism; The Newtons of Pleasant Hill Farm - nice color photos with article about the Park and Ruth Newton family farm near St. Albans, Vermont; Housing for big litters; Less feed, more chicken; Young settlers on the plains - eager veterans have begun farming at Mirage Flats in northwestern Nebraska; What is a good Angus?; Better plant a few nut trees; Mountain school that trains leaders - School of the Ozarks; Wagon ideas to save work; The war against Aftosa; Managing farm finances; Little Johnny Appleseed - Bob Anderson of Van Buren ... View more info

Image for Collier's Magazine, June 19, 1948 - Meeting with Stalin

Collier's Magazine, June 19, 1948 - Meeting with Stalin

By: Krauss, William A.; Mayse, Arthur; Duncan, David; Holland, Ray P.; Fox, Norman A.; Brooks, George S.; Davidson, Bill; Banks, Barbara; Velie, Lester; Sherwood, Robert E.; Crichton, Kyle; Lagemann, John Kord

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, The Crowell-Collier Publishing Company: 1948

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 534g1573

Condition: Fair


86 pages. Articles: The Two Mr. Vandenbergs - a study of Michigan Senator Arthur Vandenberg's political personality; Calico Swing - what gals and gents are wearin' at square dances this summer; Homemade Boom in Dixie - two of its poorest states acquire the New Look of prosperity; The Secret Papers of Harry L. Hopkins (part 4) - Stalin spoke of morals - the record of his visit to Stalin to discuss plans for defeating Hitler; Hunting of the Swede - screen writer Eddie Blum discovers Marta Toren for Hollywood; Designs for Touring (part 8) - Northern Michigan travel. Fiction: Along Came Mary; M... View more info

Image for Leatherneck - Magazine of the Marines, September (Sept.) 1959 , Volume XLII, Number 9 - Cover Photo of 2d Battalion, Sixth Marines on Chicago's Montrose Beach (Operation Inland Seas)

Leatherneck - Magazine of the Marines, September (Sept.) 1959 , Volume XLII, Number 9 - Cover Photo of 2d Battalion, Sixth Marines on Chicago's Montrose Beach (Operation Inland Seas)

By: Lyons, R.D.; Barrow, Clay; Johnson, Robert E.; Pearman, Bob; Prickett, W.F.; Webb, G.F.; Stewart, Walter

Price: $149.95

Publisher: USA, Leatherneck Association, Inc.: 1959

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 201g4309

Condition: Good


96 pages. Features: The Corps' 22d Commandant - David M. Shoup; Operation Inland Seas - celebrating the opening of the St. Lawrence Seaway; Corps Album; Post of the Corps - Cinclant; West Pac Bound - Life on theUSS Lexington; Kansas City Reservists - there were no 'goldbricks' when Kansas City's Marine Reservists were called to active duty for the Korean War; Alibi on 24; ROK (Republic of Korea) Marines - The Korean Marine Corps has grown to a large combat force-in-readiness; Landlord to Royalty - Maj. Gaston Lauryssen, USMCR, is one of the world's best known hosts; If I Were a Commandant; W... View more info

Image for Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, January, 1929 - What I Learned From The Gardens of England

Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, January, 1929 - What I Learned From The Gardens of England

By: McBroom, Leland A.; Eaton, F.T.; Babson, Roger W.; Hambidge, Gove; McLoud, N.C.; Robbins, Athena; Babson, Roger W.; et al;

Price: $149.95

Publisher: USA, Meredith: 1929

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 316g2264

Condition: Fair


76 pages. Features: Nice color ad for Standard plumbing fixtures inside front cover; Plymouth ad for their coupe; The diary of a plain dirt gardener; Nice two-color one-page ad for General Electric refrigerators; Nice color and for P and G soap is #16 in the series of visits to P&G homes; Remodeling a house before building it; What I learned from the gardens of England; An economist views the home - Roger W. Babson; What you buy when you buy - how rugs and carpets are made; Building beauty into highways; Evergreens for the south; Modern lamps lose bows and furbelows; How to make home reading ... View more info

Image for The Granite Monthly - A New Hampshire Magazine of Literature, History, and State Progress, March 1882, Vol. V, No. 6 - Hon. Benning Moulton Bean

The Granite Monthly - A New Hampshire Magazine of Literature, History, and State Progress, March 1882, Vol. V, No. 6 - Hon. Benning Moulton Bean

By: McClintock, J.N.; Connor, J.B.; Wallace, Rev. C.W.; Wheeler, Mary H.; Griffith, George Bancroft; Willey, Isaac; Culver, M.M.

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Concord, New Hampshire, J.N. McClintock: 1882

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 302g3008

Condition: Fair


Pages 164-196. Features: Hon. Benning Moulton Bean - article with full-page illustration of subject; Letter from John Farmer to Ex-Gov. William Plumer; Along the Sougegan; James Patten; New Hampshire's Lament; Stray Bits Bound into a Sheaf; Recollections of the Piscataqua Association of Ministers and Churches for Ten Years, from 1825; New Hampshire Men in Michigan, No. 2; The Country Residences of Judge Livius and Gov. Wentworth; Record of Births and Marriages in the Town of Canterbury, N.H. Above-average external wear and soiling. Back cover missing. A worthy reference copy. View more info