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Image for National Home Monthly Magazine, July 1934 - Travel for the Average Man / Modernizing Palestine

National Home Monthly Magazine, July 1934 - Travel for the Average Man / Modernizing Palestine

By: Barnes, N.; Smith, W.; Cunningham, L.; Hardy, H.; Battey, G Jr.; Shepstone, H.; Watson, R.

Price: $299.95

Publisher: Winnipeg, National Home Monthly / Stovel: 1934

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 201g4839

Condition: Fair


56 pages. Features: Colour Imperial (Oil) ad inside front cover features old-style gas pumps and bottled oil; Editorial topics include Preserving Balance, The Limit of Freedom, The Limit of Socialism, The Impasse, Adult Education, and Strong Medicine; Nice one-page ad for Waterman's pens features photo of artist Howard Chandler Christy; Travel for the Average Man - article which touches on the tough economic times of the day; Rain Before Seven (short story); Echo of Erin (short story); Modernizing the Land of the Master - great photo-illustrated article on Palestine; The Man Who Lived in Twil... View more info

Image for Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, November (Nov.) 2, 1964

Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, November (Nov.) 2, 1964

By: Blair Fraser; Ian Sclanders; Alan Phillips; Richard J. Needham; Norman Phillips; Dr. Benge Atlee; Jack Batten; Don Newlands; et al

Price: $129.95

Publisher: Toronto, Maclean-Hunter: 1964

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 201h0203

Condition: Fair


52 pages. Features: How Canada helped Communist China gain a foothold in Africa; Why New Brunswick's bid for one big maritime province never got off the ground; The Warren Report - new boost for the Kennedy memorabilia industry; Merv McKenzie and the Toronto-based campaign to unseat Cassius Clay; Roy Peterson cartoon of Bob Thompson/Real Caouette (Social Credit); Let's stop kidding ourselves about civil defense; Can Canada win the U.S. Election? - should Canada hope for a win by Goldwater or Johnson?; The Cranky conclusions of un-American Canadian Ian Sclanders; The Egg and Donald Shaver - th... View more info

Image for National Home Monthly Magazine, April 1938 - The Glamour of New Egypt / The Broke the Power of the Medicine Men

National Home Monthly Magazine, April 1938 - The Glamour of New Egypt / The Broke the Power of the Medicine Men

By: Bonnell, James F.; Batten, H.; Gribble, L.; Roberts, T.; Atlee, B.; Peters, J.; Phayre, I.; Godsell, P.; Brown, J.; Bayne, E.

Price: $299.95

Publisher: Winnipeg, National Home Monthly / Stovel: 1938

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 201g4824

Condition: Good


76 pages. Features: Nice cover illustration of dogs looking at spring robin in tree; News items include - The land where they know it all (Russia), A 'Tough-Minded Arguer, The Will as a Life-Force, The Spiirit of Fair Play, Too Much Commercialism, German's 'Readjustment', In Fascist Italy, Russia's New Revolution, and Northern Ireland; One-page photo ad for the Frigidaire fridge with new silent 'meter-miser'; Nice one-page colour-illustrated Simmons mattress ad shows young lady having sweet dreams; The Glamour of "New" Egypt - photo-illustrated article of this nation, including photo ... View more info

Image for Newsweek Magazine, July 11, 1966 - Our Sick Hospitals

Newsweek Magazine, July 11, 1966 - Our Sick Hospitals

By: Emmet, John Hughes

Price: $99.95

Publisher: New York, Newsweek, Inc.: 1966

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 838g4876

Condition: Good


104 pages. Features: Nice two-page AT&T ad features photos of young Meg Rawls; Bombs over Hanoi and Tough Talk from LBJ; 'Black Power' and the politics of frustration; Medicare and our sick hospitals; The Three R's = $Billions; Nice one-page ad for the Volkswagen (VW) bug; Hard to imagine two-page Caterpillar ad features photo of Ohio's 'hot river', the Mahoning, which was literally heated by heavy industrial effluent; RFK - Democratic kingpin in New York; Rebirth of the 5th Marines; Guests of the Viet Cong (POWs) - Walter W. Eckes and James Dodson; Photo ad for the MGB/BT car; Kwame Kkrumah ... View more info

Image for Collier's Magazine, February 28 1948 - Walter Winchell / Communists in the UAW

Collier's Magazine, February 28 1948 - Walter Winchell / Communists in the UAW

By: Havighurst, Walter; Neiman, Irving Gaynor; Bradford, Roark; Nunn, Guy; Taylor, Samuel W.; Brooke, Edgar; Reuther, Walter P.; Hartwell, Dickson; Mezerik, A.G.; Timmons, Bascom N.; Coons, Hannibal; Deutsch, Hermann B.; Short, Paul

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Springfield, IL, U.S.A., The Crowell-Collier Publishing Company: 1948

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 534g1564

Condition: Good


90 pages. Articles: How to Beat the Communists - by UAW (United Auto Workers') chief Walter Reuther; Walter Winchell - Aan American Phenomenon - a study of the fastest talker on the airwaves; Our Lights are Going Out - electrical power shortage; John N. Garner's Story (part 2) - the former Vice-President tells of his most serious disagreement with Mr. Roosevelt; Hot-Sun Hockey - The Pacific Coast goes for hockey in a big way - article with color photos including the Fresno Falcons playing the Los Angeles Monarchs; Boys at Work - this school reforms tough kids. Fiction: Jason Hazard's Swim; Th... View more info

Image for Weekend Magazine, 25 May 1963 - Princess Alexandra of Kent Bridal Cover Photo

Weekend Magazine, 25 May 1963 - Princess Alexandra of Kent Bridal Cover Photo

By: Johnson, Pamela Hansford; Joubert, Sir Philip; Nagle, Patrick; Moss, Bruce; Blackmore, Bob; O'Brien, Andy

Price: $299.95

Publisher: London, ON, Canada, The London Free Press: 1963

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 319g0724

Condition: Good


48 pages. Features: There's a New Chic to the Soviet Woman - the tough austerity of Stalin's era has begun to soften, and the ladies are taking the lead - article with great photos; Cowboy Charioteers - brief article and three photos of chariot racing in Idaho; How Billy Barker Won his V.C. (Victoria Cross) - It was One Against 60 so he decided to Ram! - long article with illustrations; Yukon Artist Inger Fiskaa - article with photos; Regina's Wascana Lake Bird Sanctuary - article with photos; Candles With a Twist - a profitable business for Creston, B.C. teacher Sigurd Askevold - story with ... View more info

Image for Time - The Weekly News Magazine, April [Apr.] 8, 1940, Volume XXXV, Number 15: Benito Mussolini Cover Portrait

Time - The Weekly News Magazine, April [Apr.] 8, 1940, Volume XXXV, Number 15: Benito Mussolini Cover Portrait

By: Luce, Henry R. [Editor]; et al

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Time Air: 1940

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 417h3651

ISBN: B006QCRDVU

Condition: Good


88 pages. Features: Cover portrait of "Il Duce" Benito Mussolini, fascist dictator of Italy, 1922-1943; Nice color Nash car ad inside front cover; Color ad for the Packard Super-8 160 car; Nice color one-page ad for The Transcontinental (Air) Line and Western Air, Inc. (TWA); Nazis claim to release secret American diplomatic documents captured in Poland; Max Moskowitz is too tough for thieves at his gas station; Homicide in Breathitt County, Kentucky; Article on Mussolini; Mackenzie Kings Wins - article with photo of King casting ballot; Photo-illustrated article on Japan's Crown Prin... View more info

Image for Old West Magazine: Fall, 1979

Old West Magazine: Fall, 1979

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $79.95

Publisher: USA, Western Publications Inc.: 1979

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 842a0945

Condition: Good


Features: Half-Horse, Half-Alligator - no one was as tough as a mountain man; Murder in Manzano - Two rifle bullets fired in rapid succession slammed through the window and Charles Kusz, editor of the Gringo and Greaser, slumped to the floor; San Saba River Folk - a story of the Miller Family who make up in fearlessness what they lacked in numbers; Pick & Shovel Railroad - a fond farewell to one of Nevada's raunchiest lines; The Intellectual Con-man and his mysterious notebook - Clay Wilson in Denver; Old Herb Steele - maybe his bad disposition was 50% bluff but none of his neighbors wanted to... View more info

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Old West Magazine: Summer, 1975

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $79.95

Publisher: USA, Western Publications Inc.: 1975

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 842a0962

Condition: Good


Features: Tough Warriors; A Fortune in Chinese Porcelain; Iowa's Terrible Gun Battle; The Sun Comes Up - The Sun Goes Down; The Great Onley; The Fresh Air Cure; Booby Trap; Good to the Last Ounce; Runnin' Wild; Hot-Headed Tom James; The Guy Who Stole His Own Sheep; Old West Scrapbook; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. View more info

Image for The Wide World Magazine, September 1954

The Wide World Magazine, September 1954

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

Publisher: London, George Newnes Limited: 1954

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 813a1732

Condition: Good


Features: Birds of Passage - adventures aboard a schooner enroute to the West Indies from the Canary Islands in 1953; The Hermit - adventures of a recluse on Northern Vancouver Island, as related by a British Columbia Provincial Police Officer; 'Chink Running' - leading illegal Chinese immigrants across the Detroit River from Canada into the United States; Three Amateurs - adventures prospecting in Western Australia; Robinson Crusoe's Island - Juan Fernandez - the author actually lived for a time in Alexander Selkirk's cave; The Water Bringer - George Alder, "The Flying Contractor" of ... View more info

Image for True West Magazine: October 1971

True West Magazine: October 1971

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $79.95

Publisher: USA, Western Publications Inc.: 1971

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 821a2094

Condition: Good


Features: Breakthrough - in 1906 the Imperial Valley suffered one of the worst man-made disasters of all time; A Story That Never Got Written - Timberline, the old Wyoming cowboy; The Little Green Tents - Walt Mason, "Poet Laureate of Ameica"; The Last Powwow and the Nicholson Family; Wolf-Kill Treasure - making life tough for prospectors; Who was George Matics?; General Ranald S. Mackenzie - his insanity and death; Mementos of Notriety - imfamous weapons; Grass-grown streets in Sierra Nevada - Part V - Columbia, Chinese Camp, Coulterville, Bagby and Bear Valley; Remember 'Chip of the ... View more info

Image for The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, September 9, 1961

The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, September 9, 1961

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, The Winnipeg Tribune: 1961

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 339a4051

Condition: Good


63 pages. Features: I betrayed my country and the woman I love - the Lonsdale spy ring - Harry Houghton is now serving 15 years for selling British naval secrets to the Russians (Part 1 of 2); Pirates with the (Sir Tyrone) Guthrie Touch - a famed director brings Gilbert and Sullivan back to life; Robert Goulet lets his hair go straight again; TLC - a new way with the mentally ill - a new PEI program of placing patients with foster families - key figure is Mary Farmer; Tommy Douglas tackles a new job - as New Democratic Party (NDP) leader he admits "it's going to be tough" - he leaves ... View more info

Image for Maclean's Magazine, July 3, 1965 *HOW MARSHALL MCLUHAN BECAME OUR HOTTEST INTELLECTUAL FAD*

Maclean's Magazine, July 3, 1965 *HOW MARSHALL MCLUHAN BECAME OUR HOTTEST INTELLECTUAL FAD*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

Publisher: Canada, Maclean's Magazine: 1965

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 339a4139

Condition: Fair


Features: George Knudson on cover; The People who don't want equality - why Alberta's law-abiding Hutterites are bitterly fighting the law; The High Priest of Pop Culture - how Marshall McLuhan suddenly became our hottest intellectual fad; Golf ace George Knudsen sizes up the tough $100k Canadian Open at Mississauga Golf & Country Club; Is there life on Mars? - we may soon know as Mariner IV scans the mysterious Red Planet; Wife Killer or Fall Guy? - Wayne Lonergan wins his freedom after 21 years; Holiday Trails of Canada - the Bruce Trail, a 500-mile footpath through Ontario wilds; Do Canadia... View more info

Image for SHOOT! Soccer/Football Magazine, 17 January 1970 *HOME CHAMPIONSHIP EXTRA! / OUR STAR WRITER BOBBY MOORE / HENRY NEWTON-FOREST'S LIVELY LINKMAN*

SHOOT! Soccer/Football Magazine, 17 January 1970 *HOME CHAMPIONSHIP EXTRA! / OUR STAR WRITER BOBBY MOORE / HENRY NEWTON-FOREST'S LIVELY LINKMAN*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

Publisher: London, IPC Magazines: 1970

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 822a4829

Condition: Very Good


Features: Bobby Moore writes for you - 'England's worst player gets a yellow jersey; 16,000 miles of high speed danger - over a hundred cars will battle in the World Cup Rally - Roger Clark will pilot the SHOOT rally car; Quick Quiz; Interview with Nottingham Forest's Henry Newton; Tony Hateley - 'he always gives all he's got!'; Full-page colour photo of Alan Warboys; Johan Cruyff - the George Best of Holland; When the "Wee Blue Devils" Thrashed England! - a SHOOT special on the Home Championships; Home Championships Line-Up; Ian Bowyer - the star who silenced the Kop!; Colour cent... View more info

Image for Newsweek Magazine, November 5, 1945 *Red Army Man - His Yearnings Figure in Russia's Mysterious Moves*

Newsweek Magazine, November 5, 1945 *Red Army Man - His Yearnings Figure in Russia's Mysterious Moves*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $299.95

Publisher: USA, Weekly Publications: 1945

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 823a4960

Condition: Fair


Features: Greatest Navy on Earth provides a pageant of power for Truman policy outline - with photo of commissioning of giant carrier Franklin D. Roosevelt; Photo of a million people in Central Park listening to the President; Zionists assail 'ambiguity and delay' on Palestine at a New York Rally - with photo and text; Detroit Mayoralty Race - Gerald L.K. Smith, Jeffries, William Z. Foster, Frankensteen; Red Army's odd ways in peace tilt course of Russian Diplomacy; Photos of tough market life in Warsaw, Poland; Japanese Zaibatsu to be abolished; President Achmed Sukarno of Indonesia; Outer Mo... View more info

Image for Maclean's Magazine, April 2, 1966 *COVER PHOTO OF PRINCE PHILLIP - THE CRUSTY CONSORT*

Maclean's Magazine, April 2, 1966 *COVER PHOTO OF PRINCE PHILLIP - THE CRUSTY CONSORT*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $249.95

Publisher: Toronto, Maclean-Hunter Limited: 1966

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 144c5674

Condition: Good


Features: Phoney $20 bills - our big growth industry; Is Steven Truscott Innocent?; Is Prince Phillip Really Necessary? - he does a tough job - often with an uncivil tongue in his head; Jon Ruddy on CBC Executives; Exploring the World's Last Frontier - colour diving photos; Blair Fraser reports from Salisbury, Rhodesia - "Is brash defiance the prelude to collapse?"; Freeze now, Live Later - a chance at immortality; How this Mary Martin Makes the Scene - a onetime Bay Street Clerk turned Super Girl Friday is on her way up in the New York world of big-time Showbiz - with photos; The Cons... View more info

Image for Maclean's Magazine: Bound Issues October 5, 1981 Through December 28 1981

Maclean's Magazine: Bound Issues October 5, 1981 Through December 28 1981

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $249.95

Publisher: Canada, Maclean Hunter: 1981

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 857c6081

Condition: Very Good


Over one inch thick. Some of the many topics include: the powers that be decide Canadians can handle high mortgage rates; Haig and Gromyko agree to arms talks; Carole Laure; Applied Research is threatening free discovery; Fiction's Triumph; Bora Laskin story and cover illustration; Trudeau pushes Candus in South Korea; Solidarity re-elects Lech Welesa in Poland; Shannon Tweed; Glorious Crete; David Steinberg; Murder of Anwar Sadat; Appalachia struggles through coal's booms and busts; Gouzenko's case revisited; Jeff Conaway; The Montreal Expos were one game from the World Series; Birth of a ne... View more info

Image for Look Magazine, August 23, 1955

Look Magazine, August 23, 1955

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Des Moines, Iowa, USA, Cowles Magazine, Inc.: 1955

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 739c6300

Condition: Fair


104 pages. Special Features: Pius XII - a six-page photo-illustrated article written by Bishop Fulton J. Sheen. and We'll Clean Up Boxing or Kill It "A quietly tough athletic-commission chairman tells a shocking story of the ring's underworld operation and how he and his aides are trying to combat it". Other features include: A teen-age gang from the inside; When Adenauer goes, what happens to Germany?; Jennifer Goes to Sea - Jennifer Seymour; I was a free-loader for thirty days; Movie Review: The Shrike starring Jose Ferrer and June Allyson; Cary Grant - of enduring charm; and the boy... View more info

Image for Maclean's Magazine, October 4, 1982 *ISRAEL ON TRIAL*

Maclean's Magazine, October 4, 1982 *ISRAEL ON TRIAL*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $99.95

Publisher: Toronto, Maclean Hunter: 1982

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 825c7376

Condition: Good


Features: Cover photo Lebanese horror - bodies being dug up; Pontiac 2000 ad; Pontiac 6000 ad; Pontiac Phoenix ad; Signs of strain in the Libyan revolution - Ghadaffi/Khadafy; B.C. Hydro substation bombed on Vancouver Island; Charles Baird of Inco replies to the call for his company to be nationalized; Bill Davis and Ontario jump onto the 6 and 5 retraint bandwagon; New Brunswick election; Cover story - Anguish in the Diaspora - the aftermath of Sabra and Shatila; Khmer Rouge forces prepare for teh Vietnamese dry season offensive - Kampuchea and Prince Norodom Sihanouk; Centerfold ad for the ... View more info

Image for Maclean's Magazine, July 26, 1982 - Yasser Arafat Cover Photo

Maclean's Magazine, July 26, 1982 - Yasser Arafat Cover Photo

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $79.95

Publisher: Toronto, Maclean Hunter: 1982

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 825c7383

Condition: Good


Features: In light of Israel's invasion of Lebanon, Barbara Amiel argues that the rabbis are wrong to suggest that debating certain questions is wrong; Turning off the tap of Soviet emigration; Alberta's separatist WCC party; Tough times for unions; Hospital lineups in BC; Troubles with Haitian taxi drivers in Montreal - Serge Veilleux shot; The Iraq Iran war; Geoffrey Prime - tip of an espionage iceberg; Unemployed Irishman finds his way into Queen's bedroom; Namibia - a faltering breakthrough; Trouble on Nicaragua's border; Geoge Schultz - new Secretary of State; Pulitzer Prize winner Fred S... View more info