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Image for Heritage, Summer 1998: The Magazine of the Heritage Canada Foundation

Heritage, Summer 1998: The Magazine of the Heritage Canada Foundation

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $59.95

Publisher: Ottawa, Heritage Canada Foundation: 1998

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 823c5252

Condition: Very Good


Features: Parodies of the Past - Vancouver is awash with fake heritage homes; New Buildings - Old Values - Vancouver's Recent Landmarks; Opportunity Lost - Vancouver's Canron Steel Plant falls to the wreckers; The economics of conserving built heritage; In Memoriam - Gabrielle Leger; Help for Heritage Tourism; Peterborough Armoury 'structurally unsafe' for Regiment; The Macdonell-Williamson House in Pointe-Fortune, on the Ontario-Quebec border; Heritage buildings on the block in Saint John, NB - Centracare Complex and Centenary Queen Square United Church; Brampton's sense of its own history qu... View more info

Image for Time Magazine (Canadian Edition), August (Aug.) 6, 1979: Leadership in America - Fifty Faces for the Future

Time Magazine (Canadian Edition), August (Aug.) 6, 1979: Leadership in America - Fifty Faces for the Future

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $99.95

Publisher: Canada, Time: 1979

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 838g4380

Condition: Good


66 pages. Features: Rosalynn Carter campaigns for husband, Jimmy; Carter's pollster, Patrick Caddell; Portland Mayor Goldschmidt and his transportation system; New Orleans ex-mayor Landrieu - boisterous builder for HUD; Paul Volcker to the Rescue; SALT's price; Theodore (Ted) Robert Bundy found guilty; America looks for citizens who can construct a new consensus - a cry for leadership - with 50 brief profiles of the faces of America's future; Handsome color-photo centerfold Volvo ad features smiling man's face reflected in hood of his car; Nicaragua - Undoing the Dynasty; Evicting the Bedouin... View more info

Image for Truckin' Magazine, August [Aug.] 1990: Monster Minis! / Traci Dali Cover Photo

Truckin' Magazine, August [Aug.] 1990: Monster Minis! / Traci Dali Cover Photo

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $79.95

Publisher: USA, McMullen: 1990

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 565h4067

Condition: Fair


234 pages. Features: Fuming Red; Final Approach; Jungle Fever; Nitrous Oxide on a Ranger!; Outrageous Fortune - a California Blazer; Project X - step 1 of a Chevy transformation; Ford dropped I-beams; Tuf Truk from Oregon; Rags to Riches; Three Monster Mini 4X4s!; 1991 Previa - Toyota's new mini-van; Safety harness for Ford Ranger; Dream Come True; Splitting gears on the 454 SS; Tow Truck - hot F-100; Florida parties with Rodney Rat; Classic Thunder; and much more. Unmarked with somewhat above-average wear. A sound copy. View more info

Image for Collier's Magazine, November 16, 1946 - Quarterback Glenn Dobbs of the Dodgers

Collier's Magazine, November 16, 1946 - Quarterback Glenn Dobbs of the Dodgers

By: Nichols, Beverley; Cort, Van; Burger, Knox; McQuade, Walter; Williams, Nick Boddie; Sims, Marian; Corrigan, Barbara; Ross, Robert; Galton, Lawrence; Wathen, Marie; Lagemann, John; Downs, Kenneth; Becker, Edwin; Denham, Avery; et al

Price: $149.95

Publisher: USA, Crowell-Collier: 1946

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 543g1863

Condition: Good


114 pages. Fiction: The Vultures; That Time, That Sorrow; The Wooing of Cruller McCabe; Off the Reservation; Storm Before Daybreak; The Star Lake Murder; Divide & Conquer. Articles: Motherhood without Misery - painless childbirth technique from England; Old Man River's Children - the poor who live along the Mississippi near Memphis; The Handwriting on the Ice - blitzkrieg by air from the arctic; Racket on Wheels - black market used cars; Ringtail on the Run - coon-hunting by moonlight; Preacher in Song - Joshua (Josh) White; Quarterback Glenn Dobbs of the Dodgers; Blondie's Gold Mine - the s... View more info

Image for Ramparts Magazine, December 1972, Vol. 11, No. 6 - The Victor Marchetti Story

Ramparts Magazine, December 1972, Vol. 11, No. 6 - The Victor Marchetti Story

By: Otis, J.; Ridgeway, J.; Shearer, D.; Daar, S.; Hart, S.; Lynd, S.; Parker, R.; Kozol, J.; Gray, F. Du Plessix; Oakes, R.; Collier, P.; Schey, P. Et al

Price: $99.95

Publisher: Berkeley, CA, U.S.A., Noah's Ark Incorporated: 1972

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 301g3831

Condition: Good


62 pages. Features: Archie Bunker cover illustration by Robert Grossman; Spooking the Spooks - The Victor Marchetti Story; Women; The Good Fortune of the Franklin Mint (critical article); Poor Derek's Almanac; Bankamerilib - Can Lynda Bird by Liberated?; Marcos and the Philippines; Conversations with Steel Mill Rebels; Who Goes Begging in America; Racism in the Counterculture; Kissinger - the Swinging Sphinx; Alcatraz is not an Island; The Only Good Indian...; Gerald Hanley - An Irishman in Africa; Consciousness as a Commodity; Munich on $40 Million a day; back cover ad for Solzhenitsyn's ... View more info

Image for Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, February 9, 1942: Dr. Seuss (Ted Geisel)

Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, February 9, 1942: Dr. Seuss (Ted Geisel)

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

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Weekly Publications: 1942

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 302g3289

Condition: Fair


68 pages. Features: Brief obituaries for Capt. James H. Cook, M. Sayle Taylor, William Fortune, Madame Hranoush Bey, and Maj. Gen. Mason M. Patrick; Jap threat in Pacific Grows; Sea Strategy of the Japanese Thrust; Singapore Siege; Battle of Macassar Strait; Bloody Bataan; Defensive Tactics of Germans Wring Praise from the Reds; Photo (from last year) of crashed Russian pilot being interrogated by Germans; Hawaii is a testing ground for command; Churchill wins showdown by Parliament still testy; Charles Yoshii is the voice of Japan's Lord Haw Haw; Photos of Sir Stafford Cripps and James Maxto... View more info

Image for Fortune Magazine, Volume XXVI Number 4, October (Oct.) 1942: Edwin M. Stanton / Hard Facts of Air Cargo

Fortune Magazine, Volume XXVI Number 4, October (Oct.) 1942: Edwin M. Stanton / Hard Facts of Air Cargo

By: Pribichevich, Stoyan; Colm, Gerhard; Noyes, Alfred; Janeway, Eliot; et al

Price: $199.95

Publisher: New York, Time Inc. Magazine Company: 1942

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 201h2406

Condition: Good


228 pages. Features: Unified Command - examing the war cabinets of America, Britain, and Germany; Andre Cheradame's Plan for the UN to arm the enslaved people of Europe; The Hard Facts of Air Cargo - it can deliver a quick punch but is limited by raw materials and fuel; Making the best use of our limited steel; Housing for War - Billeting and Requisitioning are necessary for war workers - with emphasis upon Mobile, Alabama; War on the Western Ocean - a personal account of two Atlantic crossings by Stoyan Pribichevich; Machine-Tool Maker's Dilemma - Warner & Swasey has boosted turret-lathe pro... View more info

Image for Liberty Magazine, March [Mar.] 3, 1934, Vol. 11, No. 9 -  H.L. Menchen on 'The Brain Trust'

Liberty Magazine, March [Mar.] 3, 1934, Vol. 11, No. 9 - H.L. Menchen on 'The Brain Trust'

By: Princess Alexandra Kropotkin; Frederick Hazlitt Brennan; H.L. Mencken; Leland Jamieson; Anna Roosevelt Dall; Allen Marsh; Erle Stanley Gardner; M.L. Wilson; Octavus Roy Cohen; Mary Richart; Quentin Reynolds; Corey Ford

Price: $149.95

Publisher: Toronto, Liberty Publishing Corporation of Canada, Ltd.: 1934

Edition: Canadian Edition

Seller ID: 651h3674

Condition: Good


58 pages. Features: Nice color cover illustration of Maestro at work; To the Ladies; Editorial discusses how the world is being reborn - for the better; Nostalgic comic-style one-page ad for Ingram's Shaving Cream; Destroyer - part 1 of a novel of love deeper than the sea; Movie Reviews - "Racketeers, Redskins, Romance"; The Brain Trust - Eminent idol-smasher H.L. Mencken wonders if it will do better today than it has in the past; Lux Toilet Soap photo ad features RKO-Radio stare Irene Dunne; On One Wheel - a revolution, a girl, and a perilous landing; Vox Pop; Twelve Months in the Wh... View more info

Image for The Wide World - The Magazine for Men, January (Jan.) 1951, Bill Miner - Bandit

The Wide World - The Magazine for Men, January (Jan.) 1951, Bill Miner - Bandit

By: Rea, George; Kellar, David; Sinclair-Lockhart, Sir Graeme; Luce, Philip Winter; Russell, J.J.; Gillum, John; "Dutch"; Lorant, Michael

Price: $199.95

Publisher: London, The Wide World: 1951

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 346h2547

Condition: Good


xxiv, 129-190 pages. Features: Cover illustration of scene in the Macpherson Range, Queensland, Australia; The Raft - George Rea and his employer's family are driven from an isolated Queensland homestead by a flood; The Haunted Tanker - Third Officer David Kellar relates what happened; The Black Pearls of Fatu-Hiva - a South Seas ocean floor treasure cave and a vanished fortune; The Life History of bandit Bill Miner, one of the most notorious outlaws to trouble Canada and the Western States - article with photos of Lewis Colquhoun, "Shorty" Dunn and the Dominion Penitentiary at New We... View more info

Image for Fortune Magazine, August (Aug.) 21, 1991: Steve Jobs / Bill Gates Interview & Cover Photo

Fortune Magazine, August (Aug.) 21, 1991: Steve Jobs / Bill Gates Interview & Cover Photo

By: Schlender, Brenton R.; Et al

Price: $1,500.00

Publisher: USA, Time Inc. Magazine Company: 1991

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 531h1644

Condition: Very Good


Cover photo of Bill Gates and Steve Jobs in Jobs' Palo Alto home. Fortune arranged a joint interview of these young computer giants on the 10th anniversary of the IBC PC. The interview, documented within, was a "rare three-hour dialogue filled with spirited debate and a healthy dose of humor." - from page 4. We believe this to be one of only two interviews these men ever gave together. Clean, bright and unmarked with light wear. An excellent copy of this historic issue. View more info

Image for Liberty Magazine, March 31, 1934 - Is Private Banking Doomed?

Liberty Magazine, March 31, 1934 - Is Private Banking Doomed?

By: Senator Bronson M. Cutting, et al

Price: $99.95

Publisher: Toronto, Liberty Publishing: 1934

Edition: Canadian Edition

Seller ID: 844g0861

Condition: Fair


62 pages. Features: It was FDR's 'Great Mistake' that he did not nationalize the banks on his first day in office!, by Senator Frederick C. Painton; Two and Two Together - a thriller by Edwin Dial Torgerson; Every Other Inch a Gentleman - an anonymous Hollywood saga - part 2; Nice ad for 'Post's Bran Flakes with other parts of Wheat; Wolves in Harness - the amazing Huskies of Labrador - by Freeman Saunders - with photos; What Hollywood Stars Fear Most - by Elita Wilson; Electric Eel - short story by Charles Gilbert Hull; Grisly, Gracious, Gay - movie reviews by 'Beverly Hills'; Theodore Habic... View more info

Image for The New York Times Magazine, December (Dec.) 13, 1970 - What We Have Forgotten About Pot (Marijuana / Cannabis)

The New York Times Magazine, December (Dec.) 13, 1970 - What We Have Forgotten About Pot (Marijuana / Cannabis)

By: Sherrill, Robert; Snyder, Solomon H.; Kamm, Henry; Lukas, J. Anthony; Sowell, Thomas

Price: $199.95

Publisher: New York, The New York Times: 1970

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 202g4105

Condition: Good


140 pages. Features: College cover photo; Gorgeous color fashion ads; Arnold Palmer is featured in a PBM blazer ad; Classy two-page Jules Jurgensen watch ad; Harman Kardon ad; Early photo-illustrated article on Donald Rumsfeld (Rummy), head of the Office of Economic Opportunity (O.E.O.) - "De-escalator of the war on poverty"; What We Have Forgotten About Pot - an illustrated pharmacologist's History; Photo-illustrated article on Lon Nol of Cambodia - he reads no newspapers and never uses a telephone; On the Lam in America - with mugshots and fingerprints of Dwight Armstrong, Karleton ... View more info

Image for Collier's, The National Weekly Magazine, 16 July, 1949 - Governor Alfred Driscoll of New Jersey

Collier's, The National Weekly Magazine, 16 July, 1949 - Governor Alfred Driscoll of New Jersey

By: Snyder, John W.; Davenport, Walter; Whitman, Howard, Ford, Corey; Toombs, Alfred; Gehman, Richard B.; Woodbury, Clarence; Fay, Bill; Atwell, Lester; Ramsey, Gordon; Root, Weel; Fortune, Jan; Blassingame, Wyatt; Aurthur, Robert Alan; Barry, Jeanne

Price: $199.95

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

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 534g1538

Condition: Good


74 pages. Articles: The Facts About Business - an encouraging message from John W. Snyder, Secretary of the Treasury; Governor Going Places - GovernorAlfred Eastlack Driscoll of New Jersey - article with nice photos; Terror in the Streets - Let's put police back on the beat; The Stars are Dave's Dish - Dave Chasen provides Hollywood feasts to the rich and famous - article with nice colour photo including Peter Lawford and Don Ameche; Animals Own Me; Dartmouth's Streamlined Mr. Chips - Professor Harry Wellman of the Amos Tuck School of Business Administration; Our Kids with Crippled Mouths - a... View more info

Image for National Home Monthly Magazine, September (Sept.) 1939 - Canada's Prison Shame / William Richard Morris

National Home Monthly Magazine, September (Sept.) 1939 - Canada's Prison Shame / William Richard Morris

By: Stewart, Dr. H.; Healy, W.; Miller, E.; Capt. A.O. Pollard, V.C.; Turner, Raymond; King, S.; Constanduros, M.; Morton, R.; Byrne, F.; Edmison, J.; Turner, W.; Thornhill, M.; Jessop, M.; France, B.; Bayne, E.; Stanton, J.

Price: $299.95

Publisher: Winnipeg, Stovel / National Home Monthly: 1939

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 201g4809

Condition: Good


60 pages. Features: News digest includes 'a British ministry of propaganda', America's altered mood, free speech in Canada, Moscow bargaining, and from Poland to Rumania; Canada's Prison Shame - intersting article by J. Alex. Edmison includes photos of - the B.C. Penitentiary at New Westminster, youn ladies in the Borstal Institute at Aylesbury, England, Montreal Gaol (Bordeaux Gaol), and members of the Archambault Commission - R.W. Craig, J.L. KKent, Mr. Justice Archambault, J.C. McRuer, and Allan Fraser; Uncle Romeo and the White Pendennings (short story); The Missing Passenger (short story... View more info

Image for Fortune Magazine, Volume XXXI Number 6, June 1945: The Military Police / Battle for the Philippines

Fortune Magazine, Volume XXXI Number 6, June 1945: The Military Police / Battle for the Philippines

By: Terborgh, George; Haystead, Ladd; et al

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Jersey City, NJ, Time Inc. Magazine Company: 1945

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 201h2404

Condition: Good


288 pages. Features: One War to Go - The Coming Fight with Japan; U.S. Meat in This War - how boneless beaf solved the logistics of meat for the first time; Philips of Eindhoven - The big Dutch electrical company, in the U.S. to stay, shows no signs of changing its cartel tactics; The New Transport Planes - Consolidated Vultee's Clipper - the state of the art, how we got here, and what's in the future; The Bogey of Economic Maturity - Washington spenders claim capitallism is moribund; Commander Eugene F. McDonald of Zenith; The Medal - today's heroes are heirs to the great tradition of Pisane... View more info

Image for Nuvo Magazine - Reflections of the Good Life, Spring 2000, Volume 3, No. 1 - Yumi Eto

Nuvo Magazine - Reflections of the Good Life, Spring 2000, Volume 3, No. 1 - Yumi Eto

By: Underwood, Jacqui; Rossiter, Sean; Gribble, Peter William; Alsop, Kay; et al

Price: $149.95

Publisher: Canada, NUVO Magazine Ltd.: 2000

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 651h2615

Condition: Good


144 pages. Features: Seeing Africa as Hemingway Saw It: Enchanted Aerie for Expatriate Canadians - Toller Cranston and Mexico's Canadian Community; Yumi Eto; Hot Designers from Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver; The Allure of Aromas; Regeneration of the Cocktail; Businessman Jack Diamond; Suggestions for the next Sue Grafton novel; CDNX - Canadian Venture Exchange gets off to a fast start; Never to old to groove to Rap; The joy of weightless sex; Bernie Gest Busted; Tillson Lever Harrison - soldier of fortune, confidence man, medical hero; Spring's new purses; Remembering Robertson Davies; and ... View more info

Image for The Wide World Magazine - July 1952

The Wide World Magazine - July 1952

By: Various

Price: $69.95

Publisher: London, George Newnes Limited: 1952

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 74602457

Condition: Fair


Features: Outlaw Struggle - The hectic history of an extensive area of rugged wilderness in Oklahoma and Arkansas which has been a recognized sanctuary for desperadoes and fugitives; Climbing the Southern Falls - An absorbing description of a wonderful feat of mountaineering - the single-handed ascent of a 1,904 ft cataract which New Zealanders claim to be the loftiest in the world; Frensham's Bungalow - A strange story related by a former officer of the Indian Army; A Bid For Fortune - A youthful newcomer to Darwin, Australia risks his slender capital by joining a veteran skipper in a trip to... View more info

Image for The Wide World Magazine - March 1952

The Wide World Magazine - March 1952

By: Various

Price: $119.95

Publisher: London, George Newnes Limited: 1952

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 74602473

Condition: Fair


Features include: Hopper No. 47 - Tragic happenings to an apprentice pilot in Home waters; Mra Toons "Lemon" - A former Revenue Officer's account of an encounter with an astute Oriental who planned to make a fortune by smuggling opium into Burma; Chinchilla Ranching - Describes a new industry; Water Divining in India; South American Excursion - a colourful account of a motor-car trip into the interior of Venezuela; Marijuana - describes the perilous experiences in which a particularly sinister form of "dope" involved the narrator; By Pony to Ladakh - An account of a trip throug... View more info

Image for The Wide World  - The Magazine For Men, February (Feb.) 1916, No. 214, Vol. 36 -  Building a Transcontinental Telephone Line / The Fetish Man's Downfall

The Wide World - The Magazine For Men, February (Feb.) 1916, No. 214, Vol. 36 - Building a Transcontinental Telephone Line / The Fetish Man's Downfall

By: Willey, D.; Adams, W.; Shepstone, H.; Wagner, E.; Moore, R.; Besley, J.; d'Easum B.; Et al

Price: $299.95

Publisher: New York, The International News Company: 1916

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 123h0760

Condition: Good


Pages 290-380 pages plus 36 pages of great vintage ads. Features: The Sunken Submarine - the experience which befell the U.S. submarine "Diver" which shot its men from its torpedo tubes! (per cover illustration); The Fetish Man's Downfall - a tale from Accra in 1899 involving prisoner Yao Dwirra; Building a Transcontinental Telephone Line - marvelously photo-illustrated article about the engineering and scientific wonders of the first phone line connecting New York to San Francisco; "Black Tom" - an exciting story from the early days of the Pennsylvania oil-fields; "On the... View more info

Image for Liberty Magazine, August 7, 1943 - The 57th Fighter Group / Flying Circus in Africa

Liberty Magazine, August 7, 1943 - The 57th Fighter Group / Flying Circus in Africa

By: Wuorio, Eva-Lis; Markey, Morris; Parr, Grant; Palmer, Gretta; Carleton, M.; Donnel Jr., C.; Dounce, H.; Jennings, John

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Toronto, Liberty Magazine (Canada) Limited: 1943

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 301g3506

Condition: Good


50 pages. Features: Let Them Be Canadians - encouragement for new Canadians to learn English so they may rise above manual labour jobs; Coming Up - The Light Metal Age - how aluminum, stainless steel and magnesium will change our world's face; Flying Circus in Africa (part 1 of 2) - article and photos of the 57th Fighter Group; What (Characteristics) Will Your Baby Inherit From You?; This is the Army - with eight photos from this wartime movie; King Solomon Knew Women; Soo-Flay; High Hook!; Wheel of Fortune - part 3; Colonel Stoopnagle's Fictionary; Liberty Goes to the Movies; Woman-Talk; and... View more info