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1 Tennant, Hal; Rockett, Paul and Beverley; Wiseman, Adele; Johnstone, Ken; Bodsworth, Fred; Adams, Jjack; Gray, Grattan; Porter, M.; Metcalfe, R.; Russell, F.; Gardner, R.; Et al Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, January (Jan.) 7, 1961: Whistler's Ski Potential / The Richardsons are World Curling Champs (cover photo)
Montreal Maclean Hunter 1961 First Edition Paperback Good 
88 pages. Features: Fantastic fold-out two-panel colour cover photo of the four Richardsons of Regina who are world curling champions; Brief article on how Nanaimo Realty paid its realtors to lose weight - and sales increased!; Nice one-page black and white Volkswagen photo ad entitled "Who backs up the Volkswagen?"; Nice one-page colour photo ad for Florida orange juice shows smiling girl wearing white ear muffs; What Winter Does to Canada - and vice versa; What to wear to a Fashion Opening - photo-illustrated article; Duel in the Kitchen (fiction); The Return of the Winter Carnivals; The Simple Joys of Camping in a Snowdrift; Hockey Isn't As Rough as it Used to Be - Part 1 of Jack Adams' "My 43 Years in Hockey" - photo-illustrated article (with large photo of Howie Meeker pounding a limp Canadien); The Second Splendid Discovery of Spices; How to Gain Entree to the Social Pages; Canada's world champions of Curling - Ernie Richardson and the Richardsons of Regina; Population Explosion on the Ski Slopes; Skier's Dream - two-page colour-photo-illustrated brief article with two maps describe how Franz Wilhelmsen and the Garibaldi Olympic Committee seek to have the massive potential of Whistler Mountain developed for the Winter Olympics of 1968; Best and Worst Movies of 1960; Escape to the Sun - Robert Thomas Allen's road trip from California to Florida; Seagrams ad features colour painting of winter carnival by Henry Simpkins; Large colour ad for Apollo Beach waterfront real estate development near Tampa; Canadian Club colour-photo one-page ad features Walter Gonnason falling into an ice crevasse on Mount Victoria Glacier in Alberta; Why color TV isn't here yet - and when it may be; Colour-photo Coke ad on back cover features skating couple; and more. Discrete six-inch clear archival tape repair to bottom left corner of front cover, otherwise unmmarked with average wear. A quality copy of this great vintage issue. 
Price: 750.00 USD
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2 Wiseman, Adele Old woman at play
Toronto Clarke, Irwin 1978 077201230X / 9780772012302 First Edition Hardcover Very Good Good 
077201230X 148 pages. Chaika Wiseman is 82 now - a Ukrainian Jew who came to Canada in the 1920s. In childhood and now again for several decades she has been making dolls - an outpouring of "naive" art that is astonishing in its variety and profusion, and also astonishing for what it tells us about Chaika Wiseman's own history and vision of life. Relates Chaika's tough, idiosyncratic family; a childhood in Russia - the river, the village people, the pograms - and the struggle to make ends meet during the Depression in Winnipeg. Then, leads readers into the mystery - why the dolls and where they came from. Illustrated in colour and black and white. Prior owner's name upon front endpaper else unmarked. Very light wear. Minor moisture stain to top edge of text. Dust jacket bears three 1" tears to back panel and average wear. Nice copy. 
Price: 44.99 USD
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