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Image for Ken Magazine, June 10, 1938, Volume 1, No. 7 - Who Started the Spanish-American War?

Ken Magazine, June 10, 1938, Volume 1, No. 7 - Who Started the Spanish-American War?

By: Hemingway, Ernest; Spivak, John L.; Stowe, Leland; Gish, Anthony; Limbach, Russell; Soriano, Estaban; Kuhn, Charles (Chas.); et al

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Ken: 1938

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 202g4289

Condition: Fair


86 pages. Features: Ad for Verve magazine inside front cover. Human Beings in Traps - article discusses prosperous Hungarian Jews attempting to relocate to America; Interesting article in Hat Check Girls with photo of Abe Ellis, 'Hat Check King'; The Great Die-Off - 'nature's way of regulating the races that can't regulate themselves - applies to men, and war; "Sex-Mad" Psychiatrists lead failed research on inmates at Jackson Penitentiary aka Southern Michigan State University - article with photos; Revival of the Third Psyche - Psychoanalysis is sometimes good for the patient and a... View more info

Image for The Wide World  - The Magazine For Men, March (Mar.) 1916, No. 215, Vol. 36 - Wanderings in Northern Persia / Besieged By Cannibals

The Wide World - The Magazine For Men, March (Mar.) 1916, No. 215, Vol. 36 - Wanderings in Northern Persia / Besieged By Cannibals

By: McRae, J.; Koersmaecker, A.; Lake, H.; Hargreaves, H.; Collins, R.; Lee, J.; Fletcher, A.; Et al

Price: $299.95

Publisher: New York, The International News Company: 1916

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 123h0761

Condition: Good


Pages 386-478 pages plus 32 pages of great vintage ads. Features: The Price of Gold - an appalling catastrophe strikes a prosperous mining camp at South Porcupine, Ontario; Besieged by Cannibals - a solitary man in the Congo is besieged in his house by a mob of bloodthirsty savages; The Bull and the Barque - a bull on board a ship is worse than a bull in a china-shop; A Bad Bargain - a young Englishmen is tricked into years of misery on the deadly Niger coast before turning the tables on the tricksters; The Empire's Secrets - a British soldier consents to sell plans and photos of the defences... View more info

Image for Newsweek Magazine, May 28, 1945 *PRESIDENT TRUMAN - THE FIRST 40 DAYS*

Newsweek Magazine, May 28, 1945 *PRESIDENT TRUMAN - THE FIRST 40 DAYS*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $249.95

Publisher: USA, Newsweek: 1945

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 823a4851

Condition: Good


Contents: color Parker pen ad inside front cover; interesting ad for the Curtiss Commando aircraft; Great International Harvester Truck/War Bonds ad; Pullman railcar ad with returning vets bearing swastika emblazoned souvenirs; Colour Cadillac ad; nice color ad for White Trucks - military theme; Does Truman lean left or right? - clues appear in the first 40 days; Are Japs Wanted? - article with interesting poster demanding fair play for America's Japanese; Congressional committee tours Concentration camps; Miami dogs killed after they kill Doretta Zinke; Blockade and bombs hit Japan as prelude... View more info

Image for Ship and Boat International Magazine, January/Febrary 2003

Ship and Boat International Magazine, January/Febrary 2003

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $39.95

Publisher: U.K., The Royal Institute of Naval Architects: 2003

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 826c8343

Condition: Good


68 pages. Features: LA fire boat - recent delivery; Skagen yard delivers multi-rig trawler; Alferas; Lung-Teh Shipbuilding of Taiwan builds the country's first self-righting SAR boat; Antipodean designers continue to lead in lightweight high speed technology; Diversification keeps fast ferry builders afloat; A visit to Derecktor Shipyard; Recently refurbished amphibious vehicles; Water jet propulsion for new Greek fireboats; Technology shift by Point Hope Shipyard of Victoria, B.C. - their shift to pilot boats; At Sea with Cara. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. View more info

Image for Ship and Boat International Magazine, November/December 2003

Ship and Boat International Magazine, November/December 2003

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $39.95

Publisher: U.K., The Royal Institute of Naval Architects: 2003

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 826c8344

Condition: Fine


Unopened in shrinkwrap. As new. View more info

Image for Ship and Boat International Magazine, March/April 2003

Ship and Boat International Magazine, March/April 2003

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $39.95

Publisher: U.K., The Royal Institute of Naval Architects: 2003

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 826c8345

Condition: Good


64 pages. Features: Simek's latest delivery, a UT755L platform supply vessel; Halmatic's latest delivery to the UK MCA; HMS TYNE; HMS ECHO; Quiet power for fishery research; Thai Wood - quality construction survives; Bakur and Stelkur; Azimuthing thrusters seek higher speed capability; Aeroderivative gas turbines offer alternative power; DBC Marine Safety Systems - 25th Anniversary; Construction of the Mirabella V - long article and great photos. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. View more info

Image for Ship & Boat International, July / August 2003

Ship & Boat International, July / August 2003

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $39.95

Publisher: U.K., The Royal Institute of Naval Architects: 2003

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 826c7942

Condition: Very Good


Features: CAD/CAM and design; Patrol boats; Eastern Europe; Inland transport; Propulsion; Bunkering; Fjord ferries. Clean and unmarked with light wear. A nice copy. View more info

Image for The Wide World  - The Magazine For Men, September (Sept.) 1914, No. 197, Vol. 33 - Across Canada By Motor-Car (Part I)

The Wide World - The Magazine For Men, September (Sept.) 1914, No. 197, Vol. 33 - Across Canada By Motor-Car (Part I)

By: Thomas, T.; Abraham, Geo. D.; Coales, H.; Dalton, Lady S.; Donovan, T.; Walker, R.; Belcher, S.; Carre, P.; Et al

Price: $299.95

Publisher: New York, The International News Company: 1914

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 123h0753

Condition: Good


Pages 401-498, plus 28 pages of vintage ads. Features: "Hoodlum" - the plucky deed of fireman Roger Berry aboard the tug-boat "Elmer" on Lake Erie one stormy night - article with photos; Some New British Climbs - George Abraham describes a new route up the famous Pillar Rock and more, illustrated with remarkable photos; Like a Rat in a Trap - a nerve-trying adventure from 1888 near Southall, Middlesex finding leaks in a sewer pipe; Hurri Singh's Cobra - an adventure from the lake district of Kumaon; A Remarkable Open-Air Theatre at Interlaken, Switzerland; The Ship of Death - ... View more info