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St. John, Darby; Cohen, Octavus Roy; Hawkins, John And Ward; Fontaine, Robert; Duncan, David; Milne, A.A.; Shane, Ted; Arnold, Oren; Wallace, Irving; Mannix, Daniel P.; Sherwood, Robert E.; Maisel, Albert Q.; Porter, Amy Listings

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1 St. John, Darby; Cohen, Octavus Roy; Hawkins, John and Ward; Fontaine, Robert; Duncan, David; Milne, A.A.; Shane, Ted; Arnold, Oren; Wallace, Irving; Mannix, Daniel P.; Sherwood, Robert E.; Maisel, Albert Q.; Porter, Amy Collier's Magazine, July 10, 1948 - The Secret Papers of Harry L. Hopkins
USA The Crowell-Collier Publishing Company 1948 First Edition Paperback Very Good 
74 pages. Articles: Inhuman Nature - defense against summer's pests; Fantasy in Flame - Clarence Cronkite and his colossal fireworks extravaganza; Barry Go Braugh! - the famous "Naked City" Fitzgerald is a modest, unassuming man; Ostriches Aren't So Dumb - a Los Angeles breeder of the big birds reveals their cute habits; The Secret Papers of Harry L. Hopkins (part 7) - The Great Coalition - hitherto unrevealed details of co-ordinating the Allied war effort after Pearl Harbor; Scandals in Veterans' Housing (conclusion); The Day it Almost Happened - the Bates family gets a lesson in car-driving safety. Ads include: Anso film; Ipana Tooth Paste; Borden products - with Elsie the Cow; Willys-Overland "Jeep" panel delivery vehicles; 1949 For cars; Great two-page color ad for International Harvester road-building equipment; Vitalis - with Bob Feller; Chesterfield cigarettes (back cover) featuring great illustration of Rosalind Russell. Unmarked with light wear. A sound vintage copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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2 (British) Army Bureau of Current Affairs; Milne, A.A. Current Affairs, Number 50: You Are Going to Europe. August (Aug.) 28th, 1943
Canada (British) Army Bureau of Current Affairs / Government of Canada 1943 Reprint Paperback Good 
16 pages. "Not to be Published - the information given in this publication is not to be communicated, either directly, to the Press or to any person not holding an official position in His Majesty's Forces." - from front cover. Reprinted in Canada, September, 1943. Contents: Talking Points; European Quiz; You are going to Europe - background knowledge of Europe for Allied forces headed there. Unmarked with moderate wear. A sound copy. 
Price: 79.95 USD
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3 Brown, Joy; Garner, Hugh; Gray, James; Brott, S.; callaghan, Morley; Cross, A.; Milne, A.A.; Castle, E.; Woodward, G.; Et al The National Home Monthly Magazine, September (Sept.) 1949 - Women's Penitentiary in Kingston, Ontario
Canada The National Home Monthly / Stovel 1949 First Edition Paperback Good 
72 pages. Features: Nice ballerina cover art by R. York Wilson; Colour ad for the Parker "51" pen inside front cover; One-page colour recruiting ad for the Canadian Army entitled V.I.P. shows young man in uniform walking on sidewalk; Nice one-page colour ad for the 1949 Monarch car shows a red two-door; Photos of the Sandler's Wells Ballet; One-page colour Waterman's Pen ad presents the Crusader, Stalwart and Dauntless; Excellent photo-illustrated article on the Women's Penitentiary in Kingston; The River (short story); Toronto the Terrible - photo-illustrated article by Hugh Garner; Daniel Boone and his trusty Five-Iron (golf short story); Can Les Lear and the Calgary Stampeders (football club) Make It? - photo-illustrated article; Ram's Way (short story about a cop); Simis - photo-illustrated article on the Service d'Information Montreal Information Service which answers questions about anything (permitted by law) by phone - with photos of Roger Nadeau - a fascinating predecessor to modern-day search engines; One-page Seagram ad features grain threshing scene with horse-drawn wagon; Morley Callaghan explains how to talk to high-brows; Massey-Harris one-page colour ad features tractor in rural European town; Elegant half-page colour-photo ad for Sovereign Potters presents their Montcalm Pattern, Number 718; Nice half-page Canadian Admiral Corp. ad presents their model 5V12 radio-phonograph; Article on Teen-agers in Hollywood includes photos of Elizabeth Taylor, Joan Evans, Terry Moore, Shirley Temple, Barbara Lawrence and Claudia Barrett; Article on the wonderful freedom in Canada, compared to post-war Europe; Uncommon half-page ad for Black Horse Brewery explains why rice is thrown at weddings; Colour one-page Calvert Distillers ad says "The Canadian Family Owes Much to... Ireland"; One-page photo ad for Northern Electric's Gainaday 200 washing machine; Half-page colour-photo ad for Canada Dry; One-page colour-photo Marboleum ad shows nostalgic 1949 kitchen design; One-page colour-photo ad for Singer Sewing Centers; One-page colour-photo ad for Northumbria Sterling Silver cutlery; Back to school fashion photos; Nice half-page colour ad for Aylmer canned peaches; Half-page colour ad for Heinz Vinegars; Article on table manners for children; Half-page colour-photo Baker's Coconut ad; One-page colour-photo ad for Burns Corned Beef Hash, Wieners and Beans, and Chili Con Carne; Recipes for preserves; World Sayings; Colour ad inside back cover for Wabasso Cottons shows lady making bed; Back cover colour ad for O'Keefe's features lovely illustration by Rex Woods of penny bazaar scene with boy buying muffin; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A nice copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
Price: 299.95 USD
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4 Mosquin, Ted; Rowe, Stan; Butala, Sharon; Corrigan, Kevin; Milne, Courtney; Cobb, John B. Jr.; Gare, Arran; Gablik, Suzi; Rothenberg, David; Akkerman, Abraham; Botar, Oliver A.; Railing, Patricia; Bornstein, Eli The Structurist - Toward an Ecological Ethos in Art and Architecture, No. 43/44, 2003/2004
Saskatchewan, Canada The Structurist 2003 First Edition Paperback Fine 
152 pages. Features: A Manifesto for Earth; Return of the Plains Bison to the prairies and the return of honor; An ecological ethos in presocratic thinking - can we really learn anything new from the past?; The reflecting pool - place of the ten thousand things; Can universities promote an ecological ethos?; Archtiecture and the global ecological crisis - from Heidegger to Christopher Alexander; Art and the Big Picture; The Road past the selfish landscape; Philosophical urbanism and deconstruction in city-form - an environmental ethos for the twenty-first century; Biocentrism and the Bauhaus; An imaginary trialogue on abstract art - Kandinsky, Kupka, and Mondrian in conversation; For a dialogue on the future of abstract art; book reviews. Clean, bright and unmarked with very light wear. An excellent copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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