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Image for The Saturday Evening Post, November 20, 1948 - Iwo Jima Cost Too Much / Allah's Oil / Lexington, Kentucky

The Saturday Evening Post, November 20, 1948 - Iwo Jima Cost Too Much / Allah's Oil / Lexington, Kentucky

By: Bellah, James Warner; Teal, Val; Gilchrist, Eleanor; Anderson, William Ashley; Smith, Gen. Holland M. Smith; White, Leigh; et al

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1948

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 316g2171

Condition: Good


196 pages. Features: Color ad for Kelvinator appliances inside front cover; Nice color 1-page ad for White Trucks features bakery scene; Nice color half-page ad for Bostitch Staplers features romantic cartoon; Vintage full-page two-color ad for Porter-Cable power tools; Very nice half-page color ad for Hires Root Beer shows girls' sleepover scene; Nice 1-page color Packard ad shows crosswalk scene; Photo of Cameron Shipp; Photo of Val Teal and two of her sons; 1-page color ad for Buxton wallets; Nice 1-page color ad for General Tire shows crowded football stadium; Murder for Millions (fiction... View more info

Image for Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, 15 July, 1949 - Edmonton / Mao Tze-tung

Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, 15 July, 1949 - Edmonton / Mao Tze-tung

By: Callwood, June; Pfeiffer, John E.; Bedford, John; Wuorio, Eva-Lis; Berton, Pierre; Israels II, Josef; Lieberman, Henry R.; Shaftel, George A.; Rutt, Edwin; et al

Price: $299.95

Publisher: Toronto, Maclean Hunter / Key Publishers: 1949

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 201h2466

Condition: Good


56 pages. Features: Cover illustration of oxen pulling timbers at the Lunenberg Shipyard; What Happened in the Bismarck - One of the few German survivors, Helmut Keune, tells what happened when his ship was sunk after it sunk the Hood; Ordeal (fiction); Blind Date With Fate - side-street swamis/fortune-tellers; New Hope for Arthritic Cripples - Dr. Edward C. Kendall of the Mayo clinic and his new drug, an extract from the adrenal glands; Doesn't Anybody Like Kids? - angry father accuses adults of making this world unfit for happy youngsters; They Live Next Door to the Russians - tiny Finland ... View more info

Image for Maclean's Magazine, 18 June, 1966 - Cape Breton Sunken Treasure

Maclean's Magazine, 18 June, 1966 - Cape Breton Sunken Treasure

By: Edmonds, Alan; Earl, Lawrence; Ruddy, Jon; Stephenson, Bill; Gray, Grattan; Edmonds, Alan; Marshall, Douglas; et al

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Toronto, Maclean-Hunter Limited: 1966

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 144h0638

Condition: Good


56 pages. Features: How the French pay ship Le Chameau gave up its fortune to divers Alex Storm, Dave MacEachern and Harvey MacLeod off the coast of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia - great colour photos with article; Harold Wilson - My, how he's changed!; Michael Langham - this quiet man has been the Stratford Festival's undisputed monarch for 11 years; They learn to live with drinking parents; What's Next - a Canadian Tennis Star? - Bob Puddicombe, Bob Bardsley, Barry Shakespeare, Bob Moffat, Vic Rollins, Don McCormick; Divorce, Mexican Style - our reporter zips through the charade of a Juarez divo... View more info

Image for The New York Woman (Magazine), September 30, 1936, Vol. 1, No. 4 - Polly Pettit / Theresa Helburn / Dorothy Arzner

The New York Woman (Magazine), September 30, 1936, Vol. 1, No. 4 - Polly Pettit / Theresa Helburn / Dorothy Arzner

By: England, Elizabeth; Miller, Lois Mattox; Green, Ruzzie; Robb, Inez Callaway; Eberle, Irmengarde; Scott, Miriam Finn; Sharp, Kitty; et al

Price: $349.95

Publisher: New York, The New York Woman, Inc.: 1936

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 302g2538

Condition: Good


48 pages. This glamorous publication brought New York women the information they needed: news of the choicest fashion, entertainment, current happenings, where to go, what to see, and how much to pay. Features: Nice color cover photo of lady and her moving man; Fantastic promo inside front cover features photo of "strip tease" artist Gypsy Rose Lee and enticing information about the article on her which will appear in the next issue; Franklin Simon & Co. full-page ad for the new short sleeved "Scotch-and-Soda" Dresses; Full-page ad for Schaefer Beer - "now in cans"; L... View more info

Image for Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, February 22, ,1943 - Cover Photo of Eisenhower's Deputy Harold Alexander / Gandhi's "Quit India" Fast

Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, February 22, ,1943 - Cover Photo of Eisenhower's Deputy Harold Alexander / Gandhi's "Quit India" Fast

By: Fuqua, Stephen O.; Pratt, William V.

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Weekly Publications: 1943

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 302g3292

Condition: Fair


96 pages. Features: Dramatic color ad inside front cover for Nash Kelvinator shows Allied bombers flying over flaming enemy factories; B.F. Goodrich ad shows New Guinea scene where ammunition is being transported by Jeep; Red Skelton divorce; Brief obituaries for Walter Kidde, Mrs. Bernice Houdini, Daniel M. Casey, John W. Considine, Marjorie, Countess of Warwick, and James T. Powers; Hotel Pennsylvania ad illustration shows businessmen being hauled in the backpacks of unhappy Indian women; Setting up Axis for knockout blow next year; Lots of war coverage; Hitler knows what's coming; U.S. Day... View more info

Image for Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, April 12,1943 -  Yank Bombers in Tunisia

Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, April 12,1943 - Yank Bombers in Tunisia

By: Fuqua, Stephen O.; Pratt, William V.

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Weekly Publications: 1943

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 302g3294

Condition: Good


96 pages. Features: Details and photo for movie of the month "Presenting Lily Mars"; Lear Avia ad features A.F. (Duke) Krantz; Brief obituaries for William R. Grace, Cardinal Ermenegildo Pellegrinetti and Conrad Veidt; With Tunisian Victory Close, Where Will Allies Strike Next - major war coverage; What will the Italian Navy do?; Photos show Pilot Standring before he and other flew from a wire landing strip to attack the Japanese air base at Munda in the Solomons; World Bases After Victory - We Face a Delicate Problem - article with photo of Admirals King and Leahy, and General Marsha... View more info

Image for The Canadian Magazine, 16 March 1974 - What Teenager Won't Think Up Next!

The Canadian Magazine, 16 March 1974 - What Teenager Won't Think Up Next!

By: Grescoe, Paul; Sagi, Douglas; De Villiers, Marq; Rasky, Frank; McRae, Earl

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Toronto, Southstar Publishers: 1974

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 534g0633

Condition: Good


28 pages. Features: What Teenagers Won't Think Up Next, They're Copying from the Fifties!; Benson & Hedges ad features men in manhole admiring a leggy model; "Who Brought Her Here, Steve?" - Valleyview Centre near Moose Jaw where Saskatchewan houses 973 of its mentally retarded citizens; Helene de Silaghi Sirag leaves her body to visit the cosmos; Fashion photos; So Who Did Kill the Donnellys? - Ray Fazakas is hot on their cold, cold trail; Captain Fats is a Nice Coach - Alex Delvecchio is coach of the Detroit Red Wings - article with great full-page colour photo; Doug Wright's Family... View more info

Image for National Home Monthly Magazine, February (Feb.) 1939 - Neville Chamberlain, "World Champion of Peace" / "Arctic Madness" on Baffin Island

National Home Monthly Magazine, February (Feb.) 1939 - Neville Chamberlain, "World Champion of Peace" / "Arctic Madness" on Baffin Island

By: Healy, W.; Stewart, Dr. H.; Farley, E.; Hartman, W.; Greenwood, W.; Ashton, H.; Christie, Agatha; Pole, M.; Godsell, P.; Et al

Price: $299.95

Publisher: Winnipeg, Stovel / National Home Monthly: 1939

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 201g4815

Condition: Good


64 pages. Features: Nice ad for the 1939 Oldsmobile Six inside front cover; News digest includes topics such as "Appeasement and its difficulties", "Why British Opinion in Changing", "Germany's Colonial Ambitions", "The Statecraft of Equivalents", and "Italy's Clash with France"; Met Life one-page photo ad entitled "A Day in the Life of (sales agent) Donald Martin"; Neville Chamberlain, World Champion of Peace - nicely photo-illustrated article (little did he know how wrong he would soon be proven to be); Reckless Lady (short story); With Fire (... View more info

Image for National Home Monthly Magazine, August (Aug.) 1936 - Lacrosse Comes Back! / The Future of Canadian Trade

National Home Monthly Magazine, August (Aug.) 1936 - Lacrosse Comes Back! / The Future of Canadian Trade

By: Hughes, E.; Stacey, B.; Peters, J.; Batten, H.; Roberts, T.; Jackson, M.; Billett, M.; Ives, M.; Mowery, W.; Brown, J.; Deachman, R.; Kennedy, R.

Price: $299.95

Publisher: Winnipeg, National Home Monthly / Stovel: 1936

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 201g4834

Condition: Good


56 pages. Features: Nice cover illustration of diver; Heinz soup ad inside front cover says "Soups Must Be Coaxed"; One-page Sweet Caporal ad features large photo of "Whisky", a 5-year-old wire-haired Fox Terrier owned by Miss Nancy Shorey of Montreal; News digest includes Mr. Woodsworth and the cause of crime, Grand Forks, B.C. and its bonds, what next in Alberta with Mr. Aberhart and his new Social Credit government, the ambitions of Italy and Japan, Sir Norman Angell criticizes the League of Nations and, how musical and dramatic festivals eased the recent misfortunes of Sas... View more info

Image for Maclean's Magazine, July 21, 1956 - What You Don't Know About C.D. Howe

Maclean's Magazine, July 21, 1956 - What You Don't Know About C.D. Howe

By: Hutton, Eric; Sangster, Dorothy; O'Hagan, Howard; Stephenson, Bill; Ayre, Robert; Mather, Barry; et al

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Canada, Maclean Hunter: 1956

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 146a6808

Condition: Fair


64 pages. Features: How should we bring up our next child?; What you don't know about C.D. Howe; The double life of Injun Joe; The bear cub is everybody's baby; When the world went bicycle crazy. Excellent colour full-page ad for White Rose gas stations. Wonderful full-page colour ad for Leonard appliances. Interesting colour ad inside back cover is sponsored by Massey-Harris-Ferguson and shows a farmer hooking up a rooftop TV antenna - text explains how the lives of farmers will be improved. Above-average wear. Centrefold loose but present. Cover detached but present. View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, January 27, 1968 - Why Young Americans Are Deserting

The Saturday Evening Post, January 27, 1968 - Why Young Americans Are Deserting

By: Kennedy, Rev. Eugene C.; Alsop, S.; Dunne, J.G.; Davidson, B.; De Gramont, S.; Geracimos, A.; Roberts, D.; Boyd, J.; Heinz, W.C.; Skow, J.; Heineman, N.; Kersh, G.

Price: $129.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1968

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 301g3891

Condition: Fair


70 pages. Features: Priests Shouldn't Marry; Draft Resisters - "Hell no, we won't go!"; Deserters go Underground; Gertrude Crum's Recipes for Success; Death in a Far Place - four men climb an Alaskan mountain and one loses his life; The Tragedy of Thomas Dodd (part 2); A Comedian's Life - maybe tomorrow, maybe the next day - Jeremy Vernon; ""I Want to Smoke Pot"; The Great Auk; Trip Out on Red Lizzie; and more. Ads: Fantastic one-page color-photo ad for the 440 Dodge Coronet, featuring a blue two-door hardtop with white roof; Nice one-page color ad for the 1968 Wide Track... View more info

Image for Inland Architect, Chicago Chapter, American Institute of Architects (AIA), April (Apr.) 1974 - Chicago's Battle of Preservation

Inland Architect, Chicago Chapter, American Institute of Architects (AIA), April (Apr.) 1974 - Chicago's Battle of Preservation

By: Legner, Linda; Newman, M.W.

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, American Institute of Architects (AIA), Chicago Chapter: 1974

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 551h1723

Condition: Good


26 pages. Illustrated in black and white. Features: Chicago's Battle of the Landmarks; 50 Years after the death of Louis H. Sullivan; The sturdy old Pere Marquette Building - next target in the demo derby; Dearborn St. - what and when is a landmark?; Teaming new with old on Astor Street; Woodstock Courthouse - a success story; Preservations Agencies - an instant guide; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A sound copy. View more info

Image for The New York Times Magazine, September (Sept.) 29, 1963 -  The Southern Negro Drives for the Vote

The New York Times Magazine, September (Sept.) 29, 1963 - The Southern Negro Drives for the Vote

By: Lilienthal, David E.; Toynbee, Arnold J.; Sitton, Claude; Lisagor, Peter; Braestrup, Peter; Payne, Robert; Daley, Arthur; Kimble, George H.T.; Mayer, Martin; Keats, John; Boroff, David

Price: $199.95

Publisher: New York, The New York Times: 1963

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 202g4094

Condition: Good


116 pages. Features: Cover photo of U.N. Delegates in Session; RCA Victor "Dynagroove' record ad features Henry Mancini, Peter Nero, Ann Margret and six other stars; Beautiful fashion ads for men and women; Columbia Masterworks one-page photo ad features Isaac Stern playing with kids; Skeptical Looks at 'Scientific Experts'; WWII Cartoons by David Low; Toynbee considers if a race war is shaping up between the white and colored races - particularly if Communist China makes a bid for world dominion; What Next after the march on Washington and the Birmingham Bombing? - Five Negro Leaders Rep... View more info

Image for Maclean's Magazine, June 4, 1960 *PETER C. NEWMAN LOOKS TOWARD ONTARIO IN THE 1960s*

Maclean's Magazine, June 4, 1960 *PETER C. NEWMAN LOOKS TOWARD ONTARIO IN THE 1960s*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Canada, Maclean's Magazine: 1961

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 339a4150

Condition: Good


Features: The 20 men who really run Canada, by Peter C. Newman; Ontario in the 1960s - a major article in which Peter C. Newman forecasts the progress of Ontario for next decade; Gentle Julie and her hard-bitten Romeo (Julie Harris and Bruno Gerussi at Stratford); The wonderful things we built in our basements; The trouble with middle-aged men - they're pasing through a change-of-life similar to menopause in women; The Olympic's most dangerous game - the 3-day equestrian competition; The mystery of the Merrifield - part 2 of 3; For the sake of argument - what Jews can teach us about divorce; ... View more info

Image for Maclean's Magazine, August 27, 1960 *HOW I CAPTURED QUEBEC'S RED HOOD GANG*

Maclean's Magazine, August 27, 1960 *HOW I CAPTURED QUEBEC'S RED HOOD GANG*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

Publisher: Canada, Maclean's Magazine: 1961

Edition: First American Edition

Seller ID: 339a4151

Condition: Fair


Features: Article - is JFK our best hedge against depression?; The Life of Alexander Graham Bell - part I - "I Came to Canada to Die" - great photos; How I captured the Red Hood Gang - Det. Insp. Joseph Bedard as told to Ken Johnstone; The Harsh wonderland that was St. Lawrence Main, by Mordecai Richler; Canadian football beats the American Game; John Vickers - what makes a Tenor boom; A doctor's case for state medicine - Harry Paikin, M.D.; Holiday weekend in Paris; The Prudhommes' drive-in daydream - Prudhomme's Garden Centre Motor Hotel; Let's bring back child labour - Eileen Morri... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, March 11, 1961 *SATCHEL PAIGE TELLS HIS OWN STORY*

The Saturday Evening Post, March 11, 1961 *SATCHEL PAIGE TELLS HIS OWN STORY*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1961

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357a4681

Condition: Fair


Features: Surprising island of the Northern Sea - Iceland; The Flowers Known as Birds - the Bird of Paradise from South Africa; What Maestros Look like to me - Sol Nemkov tells his adventures in the concert world while playing for such temperamental geniuses as Toscanini and Stokowski; You can't live in New York - untold miseries plague those who set up housekeeping in Manhattan, says long-time resident Horace Sutton; My Next 60 Movies - James Stewart (conclusion); Maybe I'll Pitch Forever - Satchel Paige, the American League's first Negro pitcher; The Coyote - World's Champion People Taunter... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, May 5, 1962 *THE NEUTRON BOMB / BACKSTAGE WITH ANDY WILLIAMS*

The Saturday Evening Post, May 5, 1962 *THE NEUTRON BOMB / BACKSTAGE WITH ANDY WILLIAMS*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1962

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357a4691

Condition: Fair


Features: Why I am Running for Congress - James A. Michener; What next for France? - de Gaulle, at 71, is a fragile bulwark between right-wing terrorists and a heavily Communist electorate is ; We live in Death Valley - Jean Bullard, wife of a park naturalist, tells what it is like to rear a family in the desert; The Spell of the Distant Drum - by Margaret Lawrence; People on the Way Up - Beverly Willis, David Vetter, Marie Bishop, John (Boog) Powell of the Baltimore Orioles; America's miraculous harvest - Orville L. Freeman tells of the advances which allow our farmers to produce more than w... View more info

Image for The Western Socialist - The Journal of Scientific Socialism in the Western Hemisphere: Volumes 12 and 13 Bound in One Volume, Including All Issues 1945-1946

The Western Socialist - The Journal of Scientific Socialism in the Western Hemisphere: Volumes 12 and 13 Bound in One Volume, Including All Issues 1945-1946

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $395.00

Publisher: Boston, MA, The Worker's Socialist Party of the United States: 1945

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 853c5279

Condition: Good


Unpaginated. 12" x 9" x 0.7". Contains issues from January 1945 through December 1946, a tumultuous time for labour in the wake of World War II. Topics include: Tennessee Poll Tax Fight; A New Revision of Marxian Economics, by Raya Dunayevskaya; Barriers on the Way to Socialism, by CARP; C.C.F confusion, by C. Luff; Marxism in New Zealand by R.R. Everson; Labor Conscription - the May-Bailey bill calls for a compulsory labor draft of 18 million workers from 18 to 45 years of age; Labor and Political Action, by Harmo; Vocationalism in Ireland; Comrade Adolph Kohn; The Future of Ca... View more info

Image for Maclean's Magazine, June 15, 1936

Maclean's Magazine, June 15, 1936

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $299.95

Publisher: Toronto, Maclean Publishing: 1936

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 827c7258

Condition: Fair


Cover Painting by Stuart. Features: Eveready Flashlight ad inside front cover; Editorial regarding the crisis of Canada's large quantity of unsold wheat; Waterman's Ink-Vue Pen ad; Roadhouse Blues, by Benge Atlee; Gold in Saskatchewan, by Leslie Roberts - Lake Athabaska's gold fields - article with photos; Place, by Tayler Sutton; Whale Coming Up! - Whaling in the North Pacific isn't what it used to be, but it still provides both peril and profit for the hardy - article with photos; Three cents an hour - women are working at that wage in Canada, under conditions that would be a disgrace to a... View more info

Image for Maclean's Magazine, 12 August 1961 *What It's Like to Pilot the World's Fastest Racing Boat - Miss Supertest III*

Maclean's Magazine, 12 August 1961 *What It's Like to Pilot the World's Fastest Racing Boat - Miss Supertest III*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Toronto, Maclean Hunter: 1961

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 827c7270

Condition: Good


Nice colour photo Pepsi ad inside front cover. Contents: Man's Next Scientific Breakthrough - Ian Sclanders on a cheap method of making saltwater fresh; McKenzie Porter on 'Cliffdwelling' (living in an apartment building) - today one in six Canadians lives in an apartment; The Safe, Certain Birth-Control Method that Doctors Won't Talk About - much of the medical profession argues that Vasectomy is an illegal operation; Two-Thousand Horsepower at 160 miles per hour - Bob Hayward takes you into the cockpit of the hottest racing boat afloat - Miss Supertest III - with photos by Don Newlands; Mir... View more info