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Image for Diver Magazine: 8 Issues from 1993

Diver Magazine: 8 Issues from 1993

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $99.95

Publisher: Canada, Seagraphic: 1993

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 312a7453

Condition: Good


Includes the following 8 issues from 1993: February, March, April, May, June, August, November, December. Includes the following features: Hakai Passage; Giant Nudibranch; Roatan and Utila; Bay Islands 'Aggressor'; Wreck of the Bohemian; Cayman Brac; Joy of Snorkelling; St. Lawrence Belugas; Tahiti - the rangiroa Atoll; Hawaiian Humpbacks; Tobermory in the Summer; Grand Cayman Island; Nakwakto Rapids; Norway Wrecks; Deep Divers; Pacific Octopus; Barkley Sound's Ten Best; Artificial Reefs in Ontario; Belize Holiday; Cuba; Saba; Isleworth; Black Sea Visit; Sidney, B.C.; San Juan Islands; Photob... View more info

Image for Carmen's Railway Journal, March 1949, Vol 54, No. 3

Carmen's Railway Journal, March 1949, Vol 54, No. 3

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $79.95

Publisher: Kansas City, Missouri, Brotherhood Railway Carmen of America: 1949

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 842c7007

Condition: Good


24 pages (pages 48-72). Contents: Your Washington Reporter; A Challenge to Foes of Organized Labour - President William Green outlines Labor's Objective for World Freedom; An American Labour Leader Abroad - Victor J. Sjaholm of O.R.C. is now in Sweden as adviser to Marshall Plan Unit - he provides a colorful account of experiences; Can German Labour Unite Humanity?, by Tom Gillespie, Labor Correspondent in Europe; Marshall Plan Working in Norway; Leslie Biffle; All our Lodges should affiliate with state federations of labor and city central bodies, by A.J. Bernhardt, Assistant General Presid... View more info

Image for Carmen's Railway Journal, April 1949, Vol 54, No. 4

Carmen's Railway Journal, April 1949, Vol 54, No. 4

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $79.95

Publisher: Kansas City, Missouri, Brotherhood Railway Carmen of America: 1949

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 842c7008

Condition: Good


22 pages. Contents: Your Washington Reporter; President Green Denounces Taft-Hartley Act; Labor's Next Great Advance, by Tom Gillespie, Labour Correspondent in Europe; The Grim Reaper Strikes Again - Obituary of W.F. Donaldson, one of the organization's oldest members; Battle Over Health Insurance - foes bribe press and raise huge war chest; Columns by Robert Hewitt and J.T. Powell; News from various lodges; Know your rights - how much will you get when you retire?; Trade Education - the chilled car wheel - historical information about the development of rail wheels by the Griffin Wheel Compa... View more info

Image for Carmen's Railway Journal, February 1949, Vol 54, No. 2

Carmen's Railway Journal, February 1949, Vol 54, No. 2

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $89.95

Publisher: Kansas City, Missouri, Brotherhood Railway Carmen of America: 1949

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 842c7009

Condition: Good


22 pages. Contents: Cover photo of President Harry S. Truman, The Man of the Year (for advocating repeal of the Taft-Hartley Law, and more); Your Washington Reporter; "Closed Shop" - An How! - considers the 'union security' of doctors and lawyers - by Ruben Levin; Some aspects of the Legislative picture, provided by Senator Wayne L. Morse; Harold L. Walker joins MacArthur's staff in Tokyo; Column by Robert Hewitt; Lodge news; Photo of Progressive Lodge 528, Brandon, Manitoba; Large photo of Pullman local Lodge Chairmen at Kansas City meeting, January 10-12, 1949; Photo from Pointsett... View more info

Image for Carmen's Railway Journal, October 1948, Vol 53, No. 10

Carmen's Railway Journal, October 1948, Vol 53, No. 10

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $89.95

Publisher: Kansas City, Missouri, Brotherhood Railway Carmen of America: 1948

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 842c7010

Condition: Good


24 pages. Contents: Your Washington Reporter; George Meany says repeal of Taft-Hartley Law hinges on Defeating Congress Labor Foes; Who's to Blame for Inflation? - Ruben Levin contends that workers' earnings trail behind prices, while farmers and businessmen jump ahead; A Year of Taft-Hartleyism - record shows law has provoked strive and chaos and its advocates no longer boast about their 'brain-child'; Photo of Mr. A.C. Garrott, General Freight Agent of the Gulf, Mobile and Ohio Railroad, holding a large red feather as he leads a tour of railroad representatives; Labor-Management cooperation... View more info

Image for Maclean's Magazine, August 1, 1983 *The World of Alex Colville*

Maclean's Magazine, August 1, 1983 *The World of Alex Colville*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $129.95

Publisher: Toronto, Maclean Hunter: 1983

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 825c7272

Condition: Good


Cover photo of Alex Colville. Contents: Crisis of mounting AIDS hysteria in San Francisco; Anti-cruise missile protests; Grant Devine's Farmland Safari in Saskatchewan; Brian Mulroney campaigning in the Maritimes; Washed-out bridge at Rogers Pass; Manitoba fights mosquito war; The Return of Henry Kissinger - special report; Gathering clouds of war in Central America - Nicaragua; Photo of Lebanon's Gemayel in Washington with Reagan; Craxi takes the helm in Italy; Martial law lifted in Poland; Kohl confronts the doves in Germany; Photo of Shannon Tweed and news about her leaving Playboy Enterpr... View more info

Image for Maclean's Magazine, July 18, 1983

Maclean's Magazine, July 18, 1983

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $79.95

Publisher: Toronto, Maclean Hunter: 1983

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 825c7274

Condition: Good


Contents: Drought in Africa (short article); B.C.'s Bill Bennet swings his axe - spending down and taxes up; Newfoundland politics - Brian Peckford; Worst of times for the NDP; U.S. shelves a fish treaty; Manitoba bilingualism battle; Robert Bourassa seeks Quebec Liberal leadership; Two-page ad for the new Audi 5000S; Blunt talk between Helmut Kohl and Yuri Andropov; George Schultz - futile side trip to the middle east; Fallout from the Robert Falls affair; Guatemala and Rios Montt; No Expo 1989 for Mitterand; Herman Kahn Obituary; Social update on Vickie Moss and Wayne Gretzky with nice photo... View more info

Image for Maclean's Magazine, June 20, 1983: *Mulroney Wins PC Leadership*

Maclean's Magazine, June 20, 1983: *Mulroney Wins PC Leadership*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $79.95

Publisher: Toronto, Maclean Hunter: 1983

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 825c7278

Condition: Good


Brian and Mila Mulroeny cover photo. Contents: Commodore 64 computer ad inside front cover; Crime in a Soviet community - Brighton Beach in East Brooklyn; Cover Story - Brian Mulroney wins Leadership of federal Progressive Conservative Party - photos include a shot of Gretzky with Mr. and Mrs. Pocklington; Article on the young Mulroney family; Joe Clark - the man who fell from grace; Mattel Intellivision ad; Margaret Thatcher's Finest Hour - re-elected; Nicaragua - The Benedictine Affair; The Pope's delicate mission to Poland; Canadair in nosedive with Challenger jet; Waning high-tech star Mi... View more info

Image for Maclean's Magazine, 9 May 1983

Maclean's Magazine, 9 May 1983

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $69.95

Publisher: Toronto, Maclean Hunter: 1983

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 825c7351

Condition: Good


Features: On the brink of Calamity - the Philippines under Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos; Barbara Amiel on Feminism; Canada's lobby in Washington; Will Bill Davis seek the Federal Tory leadership?; Norwalk virus in Drumheller; Costly fight over agent orange in Cape Breton; Will Reagan run again?; Austria's Emperoro Bruno Kreisky steps down; Doubts over alleged Hitler diary; Rout of the White Panthers; Peter C. Newman on Marc Lalonde's federal budget; Cleaning up Canada's hockey image; Medicine - Lessons from the heart - The War on Strokes - cover story; Colour ad for the new TI Professional comp... View more info

Image for Maclean's Magazine, April 25, 1983

Maclean's Magazine, April 25, 1983

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $69.95

Publisher: Toronto, Maclean Hunter: 1983

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 825c7353

Condition: Good


Features: Vintage colour Computerland ad; Q&A with Hugh Hefner; Sir Freddit Laker Flies Again; Searching for the multiple-murderer of Wells Gray Provincial Park in B.C.; The Mackasey Affair; Trading insults in B.C. provincial election; Chicago's first black mayor-elect, Harold Washington; Lech Walesa's May Day Challenge; Fears of a Police State in Britain amid rising lawlessness; Assam Sartawi's assassination - a dealy warning to moderates in the mid-east - photo of pistol-packing Yasser Arafat; Cover Story - Power in High Places - 26 charges recommended to the Ontario Securities Commission, i... View more info

Image for Maclean's Magazine, November 1, 1982 *Trudeau - a Question of Trust*

Maclean's Magazine, November 1, 1982 *Trudeau - a Question of Trust*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $79.95

Publisher: Toronto, Maclean Hunter: 1982

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 825c7372

Condition: Fair


Features: Radio Shack TRS-80 computer ad; Pontiac 6000 ad; 1983 Honda Accord LX Sedan ad; Los Angeles - keeping the lid on a pressure cooker; Ocean Ranger inquest; Alden Nowlan on Ernest Angley, and others; Cover Story - A Question of Trust - Pierre Trudeau; Peter Pockington on a cross-country odyssey against socialism; Ford LTD ad; BC Grainhandlers walkout; John Robarts obituary article with photos; Peter Hamilton of Life Force; Grant Devine in Saskatchewan; Reaganomics' bottom line; Article on John De Lorean with great photo of he, his wife, and his car in the desert; IRA scores a victory; ... View more info

Image for Maclean's Magazine, August 9, 1982

Maclean's Magazine, August 9, 1982

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $79.95

Publisher: Toronto, Maclean Hunter: 1982

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 825c7381

Condition: Good


Features: Toyota 1982 Corolla SR5 Hardtop ad; Peter C. Newman - Canada is the world's luckiest land; The Subtle art of clowning around, by Michael Clugston; Delaying democracy - the Liberals delay calling by-elections; Three dead at Archambault Prison; Canada's antiquated sex laws, by Susan Riley; The grim resort to desert law - Beirut; Mad Mike Hoare jailed; Indira Ghandi visits Washington; Somalia - lessons for a shaky leader; Confidence crisis over the Canadian banks; Penn Square Bank failure; Lietzke win's Canadian Open; Cover Story - After-Hours Learning is our most popular pastime; Photo... View more info

Image for Maclean's Magazine, December 1, 1944

Maclean's Magazine, December 1, 1944

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Toronto, Maclean Hunter: 1944

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 827c7503

Condition: Good


Features: Cover art by W.A. Winter shows boy taking skates from his violin case to play pond hockey; Nice colour Wabasso Cottons ad inside front cover; Combat aircraft ad by the British Aircraft Industry; Germany Will Try This Trick Again - "Germany's 1918 famine was a myth created to fool the Allies, and the Nazis will try the same tactics this time" - Lord Vansittart; I was Afraid of My Husband, by Another Airman's Wife; Costume for Victory, by Norman Matson; Steam Bath, by Gordon Sinclair - steam baths are booming because they are the poor man's club - an island of naked democracy; ... View more info

Image for Liberty Magazine, January 3, 1942 *LINDBERGH AND THE JEWS*

Liberty Magazine, January 3, 1942 *LINDBERGH AND THE JEWS*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $299.95

Publisher: Toronto, Liberty Publishing Corporation of Canada: 1942

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 825c7578

Condition: Good


50 pages. Contents: Fascinating full-page ad inside front cover promotes the purchase of War Savings Certificates to support the provision of food for Britain; Interesting editorial by Joseph Lister Rutledge explains how many men at home it takes to support each man in battle; The Most Mysterious Office in Washington - an early report on the CIA, then known as the CIO (Co-ordination of Information) and its chief Colonel William J. (Wild Bill) Donovan; See You Sometime!, by Clara Wallace Overton; Charles Lindbergh and the Jews - Francis E. McMahon claims "it is certain that Lindbergh is p... View more info

Image for Liberty Magazine, August 10, 1940 *Lord Beaverbrook - Canada's Whirlwind Baron*

Liberty Magazine, August 10, 1940 *Lord Beaverbrook - Canada's Whirlwind Baron*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $249.95

Publisher: Toronto, Liberty Publishing Corporation of Canada: 1942

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 825c7579

Condition: Good


52 pages. Cover illustration by J.F. Kernan shows golfer bending down to pluck a four-leaf clover; Contents: Editorial by Joseph Lister Rutledge argues that the Allies will will WWII if everyone performs; My Love Affair with Mussolini, by Magda Fontanges - Part One; Fifth (5th) Column in California - Will the Japanese Blitzkrieg Strike at the U.S.A.? - Jerry D. Lewis argues that Japanese-American fishermen in California pose a security threat to the nation; Flames Without Heat, by Margaret E. Sangster; 40 question theater quiz by George Jean Nathan; Golf is a Goofy Game, by Richards Vidmer;... View more info

Image for Theatre Organ Magazine, Journal of the American Theatre Organ Society, June 1970 *The Richard Kline Studio Wurlitzer*

Theatre Organ Magazine, Journal of the American Theatre Organ Society, June 1970 *The Richard Kline Studio Wurlitzer*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

Publisher: USA, The American Theatre Organ Society: 1970

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 825c7670

Condition: Very Good


Nice Wurlitzer organ ad inside front cover. Contents: Photo of the interior of the Fox Theatre, Washington, D.C. The Richard F. Kline, Jr. Studio Wurlitzer Pipe Organ - article with great photos. Portrait of Lee Erwin, Theatre Organist - nice four-page article with photos. Taming the Savage Beast - how to capture the proper sound when moving a theatre organ to your home - helpful illustrated 3-page article. A Theatre Organ "Pipe-In" at the University of Rhode Island - featuring their Moller-Austin four manual, forty-four rank pipe organ installed in Edwards Auditorium. The Boyd K... View more info

Image for Liberty Magazine, May 30, 1942 *WHAT'S AHEAD FOR CANADIAN BUSINESS?*

Liberty Magazine, May 30, 1942 *WHAT'S AHEAD FOR CANADIAN BUSINESS?*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Toronto, Liberty Weekly of Canada: 1942

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 825c7804

Condition: Very Good


50 pages. Features: Nice ad for Arrow shirts inside front cover; Editorial entitled 'Quisling Words' is an interesting discussion of free speech in time of war; What's Ahead for Canadian Business? - predictions by Hugh A. Mackenzie, Director of the Division of Simplified Practice, Wartime Prices and Trade Board (formerly a star quarterback for the Toronto Argonauts); Vidkun Quisling - The man behind the hated name; Follow Your Heart - story by Paul Ernst; What to do about maintaining your car during the wartime shortages; How to be a Fireman in 30 Easy Lessons; Channel Port, by Leonard Lee; H... View more info

Image for The Atlantic Magazine, February 1956 *Brazil Today - 72 Page feature*

The Atlantic Magazine, February 1956 *Brazil Today - 72 Page feature*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $79.95

Publisher: Concord, NH, The Atlantic Monthly Company: 1956

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 825c8009

Condition: Fair


168 pages. Features: Cover art entitled "Coffee Carriers" by Candido Portinari; Reports on Red China, Turkey, and Washington, D.C.; Can Men Live Without War, by Vannevar Bush; Rhythm in My Blood, by Agnes De Mille; Asia's Needs and Western Policy, by Barbary Ward; Poetry by E.G. Burrows, Harold Witt, James L. Rosenberg, and Daniel Sullivan; Medal in the Sky, by Leo Rosten; Mozart and Nancy Storace, by Boris Goldovsky; The Fly Farm, by Grant Cannon; The Day Aunt Chaya was Buried, by Wolf Mankowitz; The Stature of Harry Truman, by Herbert Elliston; Brazil - The Good Neighbor - Essays... View more info

Image for The Atlantic Magazine, March 1956 *Katherine Anne Porter - Cover Photo*

The Atlantic Magazine, March 1956 *Katherine Anne Porter - Cover Photo*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $69.95

Publisher: Concord, NH, The Atlantic Monthly Company: 1956

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 825c8016

Condition: Good


100 pages. Features: Reports from Washington and London; Report on Science and Industry; Ship of Fools (an episode), by Katherine Anne Porter; Catholic Temper in Poland, by Graham Greene; Hunter-Killers in the Atlantic, by Samuel Eliot Morison; Why do we Teach Poetry?, by Archibald MacLeish; After Four Years - a poem, by May Sarton; Uprooting the Indians, by Ruth Mulvey Harmer; How Mr. Hogan Robbed a Bank - story by John Steinbeck; A Little Learning is a Dangerous Thing, by Anna Mary Wells; Management in Search of Men, by David A. Shepard; John Gunther's Africa, by Richard E. Danielson; Mess... View more info

Image for The Atlantic Magazine, April 1956 *Cover Painting of Arthur Miller By James Avati*

The Atlantic Magazine, April 1956 *Cover Painting of Arthur Miller By James Avati*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $79.95

Publisher: Concord, NH, The Atlantic Monthly Company: 1956

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 825c8017

Condition: Good


100 pages. Features: Reports from Washington, India, and Russia in the Middle East; The Angry South, by Ralph McGill; The Family in Modern Drama, by Arthur Miller; Memory (poem), by Theodore Roethke; The Soviet Challenge and American Policy - Danger Unrecognized, by Averell Harriman; Drug for the Major - story by Geoffrey Household; George F. Baker - an Atlantic portrait, by Katherine Anne Porter - episode from a novel in progress; Orchard (poem), by Richard G. Hubler; Faith and History, by Duncan Howlett; Three Aprils and a Poet, by Carl Carmer; Mozart Festivals, by Curtis Cate. Colour ad ... View more info