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Image for Sights and Scenes of the World: A Series of Magnificent Photographic Views Embracing the World of Nature and Art, People's Series, No. 6, 2 December 1893

Sights and Scenes of the World: A Series of Magnificent Photographic Views Embracing the World of Nature and Art, People's Series, No. 6, 2 December 1893

By: Author Not Stated

Price: $99.95

Publisher: Chicago, W.B. Conkey Company: 1893

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 827c6786

Condition: Fair


16 pages. 13" x 10.5" oblong. Full-page black and white photos of: Queenstown Harbor, Ireland; Balmoral Castle; The Forum of Trajan, Rome; View of Amalfi, Italy; Canterbury Cathedral; The Trocadero, Paris; Napoleon's Carriage of State, Versailles; Blenheim Castle - the Duke of Marlborough's Residence; Interior of the Casino, Monte Carlo; The Bourse, or New Exchange, Brussels; Vossevangen, Norway; View of Stockholm Sweden; The Alhambra in Granada, Spain; St. Bernard's Hospice in the Swiss Alps; Jerusalem as seen from the Mount of Olives; The Sistine Madonna, by Raphael. Unmarked. Av... View more info

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Sights and Scenes of the World: A Series of Magnificent Photographic Views Embracing the World of Nature and Art, People's Series, No. 14, 27 January 1894

By: Author Not Stated

Price: $99.95

Publisher: Chicago, W.B. Conkey Company: 1894

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 827c6794

Condition: Good


16 pages. 13" x 10.5" oblong. Wonderful full-page black and white photos of: The Royal Exchange, London; Irongate, the principal retail business street of Glasgow; Jungfenstrasse, Hamburg; A 'Street' or canal in Venice; Entrance to Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris; Ramble St. Monique, Barcelona; The Odeon of Herodes Atticus in Athens; Ahmedieh, or Mosque of Sultan Ahmed, Constantinople; Natives bathing in natural hot springs, New Zealand; Princeton College, Princeton, New Jersey; North American Indians - a plans Indian scene; Government Palace, Buenos Ayres (Aries); Cathedral at Bogota, C... View more info

Image for The Illustrated London News, Saturday, August 15, 1953: Korean P.O.W. Exchange/Crash of Convair B36

The Illustrated London News, Saturday, August 15, 1953: Korean P.O.W. Exchange/Crash of Convair B36

By: Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Burton, Maurice; Falls, Cyril; Mallowan, M.E.L.; Davis, Frank

Price: $149.95

Publisher: London, Newnes: 1953

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 146g2022

Condition: Fair


Pages 235-266. Features: Cover photos of British in Malaya dealing with terrorists; American 10-engined B36 bomber crashes off Ireland; Photos of Korean war prisoners being exchanged/released, including Dwight Coxe, W. Liggett, W.A. Buxton and R. Brand; Strikes create havoc in France, stranding British travellers; Dublin horse show and other royal photos; Glider illustrations; Photos of the Queen and her children on their way to Balmoral; Photos of gliding championships at Great Hucklow; Ant-Watching (article); Photos of Sabena's new helicopter service; Three photos of massive sharks caught ... View more info

Image for The Times History and Encyclopaedia of the War - Part 166, October (Oct.) 23, 1917.  The Adbication of King Constantine / Care of Disabled British Soldiers

The Times History and Encyclopaedia of the War - Part 166, October (Oct.) 23, 1917. The Adbication of King Constantine / Care of Disabled British Soldiers

By: Correspondents of The Times

Price: $199.95

Publisher: London, The Times: 1917

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 118a0923

Condition: Good


Cover portrait of King Alexander, Constantine's Second Son and Successro. Abundantly illustrated with black and white photos. Contents: effect of the 'Battle of Athens", December 1916; Exposure of Constantine's hostility to the entente; The history of modern Greece; entente doubts and difficulties; position of Italy; Exchange of Notes; Effect of Russian Revolution and American Intervention; The Thessalian Crops; Entente Discussions; M. Jonnart appointed High Commissioner; Adbication of King Constantine; The New King, Alexander; Constantine's departure from Greece; M. Venizelos becomes Pr... View more info

Image for American Mercury Magazine, "To Bear Witness To The Truth", November (Nov.) 1961, Volume XCIII No. 453 - He Makes the Reds Look Ridiculous / British Guiana - New Red Beachhead

American Mercury Magazine, "To Bear Witness To The Truth", November (Nov.) 1961, Volume XCIII No. 453 - He Makes the Reds Look Ridiculous / British Guiana - New Red Beachhead

By: Cvetic, Matt; Bradt, Robert LeRoy; casewit, C.W.; Peterman, Cy; Cunningham, Hon. Glenn; et al

Price: $149.95

Publisher: Wichita, Kansas, U.S.A., Defenders of the Faith: 1961

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 759h2243

Condition: Good


128 pages. Features: Civil Defense Needs the Veterans; The Fulbright Memorandum - a shocking document that attacks military leaders for their efforts to enlighten their personnel and the public about Communism; He Makes the Reds Look Ridiculous - West German publisher Heinrich Baer jabs the Commies with cartoons; Sarah Hale and Thanskgiving; U.S. Taxpayers Financing Communism - money poured into Red Poland being used to bolster Red Cuba; A Creed for Conservaties; American speech - Its Color and variety; The Care and Feeding of Intellectuals - a look at a hothouse species spawned by higher educ... View more info

Image for Telephone Talk, July - August 1957: Magazine of the British Columbia Telephone Company (B.C. Tel.) -  Dog Mountain Tramway Completed

Telephone Talk, July - August 1957: Magazine of the British Columbia Telephone Company (B.C. Tel.) - Dog Mountain Tramway Completed

By: Drummond-Hay, C.R.: Editor

Price: $99.95

Publisher: Vancouver, British Columbia Telephone Company (B.C. Tel): 1957

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 662g3751

Condition: Good


36 pages. Features: B.C. hosts 'biggest' telephone convention; Article on new Dog Mountain Tramway with great photos; Photo of George Forsythe and Floyd Adams repairing damaged Squamish cable; two pages of photos of employees who work at night; Howe Sound Line Rebuilt - with great photos of Foreman Davie McKinnon and his men at work; Photos of unique features of phone company buildings; new intra-system teletype system is inaugurated; Squamish Exchange - with five nice photos; Norman Fisher rescues girls near Spanish Banks; Great centrefold photos show how radiotelephones are used at the Ebu... View more info

Image for Telephone Talk, Magazine of the British Columbia Telephone Company (B.C. Tel), November - December, 1958

Telephone Talk, Magazine of the British Columbia Telephone Company (B.C. Tel), November - December, 1958

By: Drummond-Hay, C.R.: Editor; Love, Peggy

Price: $99.95

Publisher: Vancouver, B.C., British Columbia Telephone Company (B.C. Tel): 1958

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 662g3743

Condition: Good


36 pages. Cover photo of Pat James. Contents: Christmas greetings from Mr. McLean, head of the company, inside front cover; Photos of D.C. Watt, Earl T. Squire and T.D. Owen-Turner; Details of construction around the province, with photo of new structure in Keating on Vancouver Island being built by Farmer Construction; Treasury cheques now processed by I.B.M. - with photos of the new technology at work; Ladysmith Conversion to dial service - with one-page photo of Mrs. Laura Ryan removing her operator headset for the last time, plus 8 more photos showing Tom McCormick, Doug Baigent, Kerry C... View more info

Image for Country Gentleman - America's Foremost Rural Magazine, July 1948: High Tide in Tennessee

Country Gentleman - America's Foremost Rural Magazine, July 1948: High Tide in Tennessee

By: Farrell, Cliff; Chamberlain, George Agnew; et al

Price: $149.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis Pub Co: 1948

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 301h2295

Condition: Fair


116 pages. Features: Change on the Plains; Low men on chore time; Operation hardware; High tide in Tennessee - the Raleigh Wilson family balked at the TVA's order to move, but now they are glad they obeyed; Taking the cancer fight to farms - mobile clinic in Oklahoma; Weatherproof farming; The land sings its history; New clovers to build fertility; and more. Ads: Good Year ad includes photos of Laredo TX rancher C.Y. Benavides, ice-skating star Donna Atwood; and Kansas City contractor R.G. Aldridge; Ipana ad with photos of Nicki Ellis with daughters Judy and Bonnie; Texaco ad includes photo... View more info

Image for Collier's Magazine, April 3, 1948 - Effects of Inflation on America's Middle Class

Collier's Magazine, April 3, 1948 - Effects of Inflation on America's Middle Class

By: Frost, C. Vernon; Green, Mort; Kirk, Lawrence; Franklin, Jay; Prior, Faith; Zacks, Robert; Gottlieb, Bill; Lagemann, Lohn Kord; McMahon, Senator Brien; Velie, Lester; Dressler, David; Gervasi, Frank

Price: $199.95

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

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 534g1567

Condition: Good


78 pages. Articles:Campus Crusader - Harold Taylor of Sarah Lawrence College; Designs for Touring 5 - a trip to New York's Finger Lakes; No Miracle in the Marshall Plan - we must wage a war of education in Europe; High Prices Make Cheap Living - the effects of inflation on America's middle class; Brothers in Crime - The Notorious Renos, train robbers of the 1860s; Bob Taft's Martha - she's a veteran politcal campaigner. Fiction: A Cross for Urdia; Fair Exchange; A Penny For Your Thoughts; Madam President; The April Load; The Gracious Senor. Includes the following ads: Studebaker (inside fro... 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 Saturday Night Magazine, Volume 73: Complete Run of 1958 Issues Bound in One Volume

Saturday Night Magazine, Volume 73: Complete Run of 1958 Issues Bound in One Volume

By: Marjoribanks, Robert: Editor

Price: $349.95

Publisher: Canada, Saturday Night/Consolidated Press: 1958

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 857c6113

Condition: Very Good


Topics: Shocking mess in civil defense; Canada-US Partnership problems; Lester Pearson - Peacemaking to Politicking; New Surgery repairs the heart - Dr. Wilfred Bigelow; Nice 2-page colour GM ad with five illustrations of Chevrolet through Cadillac; Canada's CF-100 - Boldest and Costliest Aviation Venture; How the Price Squeeze hit the Newspapers; U.K. Trade Mission - what it achieved; How to make money when stocks go down; Colour Chevrolet ad; Toronto Exchange in Losing Battle with Skulduggery; Let's not panic on Canadian Education; Playground of Danger in the Middle East; Small Investors inv... View more info

Image for The Explorer's Journal, Winter 1991

The Explorer's Journal, Winter 1991

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $119.95

Publisher: New York, The Explorer's Club: 1991

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 824c5749

Condition: Good


Features: Who really discovered the New World?; Search for the Lost Squadron; Young Explorer Profile - Chriss N. Earnest; The Poseidia Expeditions - a Summary; Solving an Old Mystery; Who Owns the Past? - Ethical Dilemmas in Contemporary Archaeology; Mongolia and United States Sign Scientific Exchange Agreement; Computed Axial Tomography of the Sperm Whale Head; Exploration not Exploitation!; The Untamed Masai of Tanzania; Artificial Light for the Ancient World. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. View more info

Image for Air Combat Magazine, May 1980 - Special Camouflage and Markings Issue

Air Combat Magazine, May 1980 - Special Camouflage and Markings Issue

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $69.95

Publisher: USA, Challenge: 1980

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 233c5845

Condition: Good


74 pages. Features: Stretched Starlifter - the C-141B will significantly improve MAC's capability; Air Intelligence File; Joe McConnell - Top Korean Ace - gained MiG victories in a short period of time; Son of Spooky - the AC-130 Spectre gun ships are a very effective weapon; Aircraft of Freedom City - little-known U.S. Army Aviation Detachment in West Berlin; Big Bombers meet at Barksdale - we visit and report on the Giant Voice competition; Camouflaged B-1 - new look for the Rockwell bomber; European Fighter Exchange - exchanges such as the UK/France swap help improve combat understanding; ... View more info

Image for Maclean's Magazine, June 1st, 1937

Maclean's Magazine, June 1st, 1937

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Toronto, Maclean Hunter: 1937

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 827c7502

Condition: Good


Features: Cover art by V. Sibley; Nice colour-illustrated ad for International Trucks inside front cover features the 1.5 ton Model D-30 with special panel-stake body; Sal Hepatica ad; Nice two-colour ad for Eveready flashlights and fresh batteries; Nice black and white full-page ad for Canada Dry; The Piping Days of Peace - fiction by Talbot Mundy; When Do I Fly?, by A.H. Sandwell - we will be able to fly from Halifax to Vancouver next year in 23 hours; The Little Guy - a (fictional) story of modern marriage) by John Randolph Phillips; The Odds aare Fixed, by Thomas Percy - A Startling Expose... View more info

Image for Fortune Magazine, 15 April, 2002 *The Fortune 500*

Fortune Magazine, 15 April, 2002 *The Fortune 500*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $99.95

Publisher: USA, Time Inc.: 2002

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 727c8416

Condition: Good


402 pages. Features: The Fortune 500 - Now that Wal-Mart is America's largest company, the service economy wears the crown; Exxon's African Adventure in Chad; J.P. Morgan Took a hit on Enron, but its problems run deeper; Pat Russo's vision for Lucent; Duke Energy - the Un-Enron; Amgen - Biotech's new Colussus; Fiasco deal between Bristol-Myers and Imclone; Dick Grasso - the man who saved the New York Stock Exchange. Usual library markings. Average wear. A sound copy. View more info

Image for News-Week (Newsweek) Magazine, August 21, 1937 - "Hands Off China" Protest Cover Photo

News-Week (Newsweek) Magazine, August 21, 1937 - "Hands Off China" Protest Cover Photo

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Dayton, Ohio, USA, Weekly Publications, Inc.: 1937

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 823g0168

Condition: Good


40 pages. Cover: 'Hands Off China': The Chinese Colony in New York, Mobilize to Help the Nanking Government Contents: Court: (Franklin D.) Roosevelt Takes Out Judicial Insurance (Nominates Hugo L. Black), Enrages Foes, and Upsets an 'Immemorial Usage'; Congress: Home Calls Democrats, 'Must' Bills Die, and the Split Widens; AAA (Agriculture Adjustments Act): The President's Bargain: Cotton Loans for a Farm Bill; Republicans: Old Guard's Call to Battle Divided Party; Textile Union Offers New Design in Silk and Rayon; Far east: 'Ping Sui' and a Murder; Man, Nature Again Devastate China; ... View more info

Image for News-Week (Newsweek) Magazine, September 6, 1937 - Workers Alliance of American Cover Photo

News-Week (Newsweek) Magazine, September 6, 1937 - Workers Alliance of American Cover Photo

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Dayton, Ohio, USA, Weekly Publications, Inc.: 1937

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 823g0169

Condition: Fair


36 pages. Cover: Workers Alliance of America March in Washington. Contents: Far East: Japan Risks Whole Army and Navy in 1,500-Mile Offensive to Assert Supremacy; Relief: Questions and Answers Tell Story of Costly and Unsolved Mystery (Workers Alliance March); Labor: Profane Irish Expert (Edward F. McGrady) Hired by RCA to End 'Curse'; Massachusetts: Governor (Charles F. Hurley) Lets Memorial (Sacco-Vanzetti) Stay in Storage; Spain: Santander's Captor Gets Warning Form London, Felicitations From Rome; Balkans: Mysteries and Riots Excite Little Entente Powers; U.S.S.R.: Soviet Junior G... View more info

Image for News-Week (Newsweek) Magazine, September 20, 1937 - Cover Photo of Associate Justice Hugo L. Black

News-Week (Newsweek) Magazine, September 20, 1937 - Cover Photo of Associate Justice Hugo L. Black

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Dayton, Ohio, USA, Weekly Publications, Inc.: 1937

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 823g0170

Condition: Fair


44 pages. Cover: Associate Justice Hugo L. Black. Contents: Diplomacy: British Oppose Mystery Pirates With a Conference, a Plan, and Sixty Destroyers; (Hugo) Black: A (Ku Klux) Klan Member on the Supreme Court? New Evidence Comes to Light; Labor: A Teamsters' Boycott - A.F. of L. (American Federation of Labor) Balks Longshoremen; Nazis: A Tabloid Scoop, Fact and Surmise, a Senate Quiz?; Far East: Shanghai Smoke Obscures Tokyo Aims in North China and Siberia; Britain: Edward Bags Eagle but Duchess Gets Only a Snub (Duke and Duchess of Windsor); Spain: A Surgeon, a Flyer and a Lady in D... View more info

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Newsweek Magazine, December 6, 1937

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $249.95

Publisher: Dayton, Ohio, USA, Weekly Publications, Inc.: 1937

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 823g0177

Condition: Good


48 pages. Contents: (President F.D.) Roosevelt Offers Business a Faint Hope of Support; The Virgin Islands - Troubles Beset the Governor (Paul Martin Pearson) Despite Rum Prosperity; (John L.) Lewis 'Exposed' - Washington's Lady Reporter (Eleanor Medill Patterson) Wins Iron Man's Confidence; Fright in Los Angeles - 'Creeping Cliff' Antics Worry 'Public Relations' Board; A.F. of L. and Wages: C.I.O. (Congress of Industrial Organizations) Lacks Power to Fight Green and the Clique; Nazi Visitor: Hitler Aide Denies It All but Inquisitors Wonder; Weird 'Conspiracy' Disturbs Haven of Europe... View more info

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Newsweek Magazine, January 3, 1938

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Dayton, Ohio, USA, Weekly Publications, Inc.: 1938

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 823g0181

Condition: Good


44 pages. Contents: Tokyo Apologizes to U.S., Speeds up Conquest of China - Yuletide Notes End Crisis Over (U.S.S.) Panay While Japanese Blast Out New Triumphs; Congress, Special Session Ends With Fun, Leaves a Problem - The President Ponders How to Handle a Defiant Congress and a Business Slump; TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) Trouble: Congress May Chastise the President's Pet (Arthur Ernest Morgan); Buffalo: Graft Aired - Radio Broadcasts Point up Coming Investigation; Wire Tapping: U.S. Court Decision Lights Career of a Lawyer (Louis Halle); Chicago and the Ponies - Legalization of ... View more info