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1 Downs, Art: Editor; Haig-Brown, Roderick; et al British Columbia Digest Magazine, August 1966 - Roderick Haig-Brown Article on Conservation
Quesnel, British Columbia Northwest Digest Ltd. 1966 First Edition Paperback Good 
62 pages. Features: Chilanko Marsh; Tagging the Yukon Grizzly, by A.M. Pearson; Wildlife Federation has 10th birthday; Fish and Wildlife in B.C.'s Future, by Roderick Haig-Brown; Old Locomotive #52 arrived in Skagway 8n 1898; Pioneers of British Columbia - John Nilsen of South Bentinck Arm; Sternwheel Days on the Upper Fraser - Part One; and more. Interesting ads include: Carling Pilsener Beer; B.C. Tel Long Distance; Molson's Old Style Beer; C-I-L Ammunition; Pil'Can Beer; Beaver Hoists; Mercury outboards; Lucky Lager Beer; Jiger 6-wheeled vehicle. Unmarked with average wear. A sound copy. 
Price: 99.95 USD
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2 Haig-Brown, Roderick; et al Maclean's Magazine, June 15, 1951 - Haig-Brown Feature and "If The Russians Attack Canada"
Toronto Maclean Hunter / Key Publishers 1951 First Edition Paperback Good 
Cover Painting by William Winter shows a joyous last day of school. Features: Colour photo Studebaker Commander V-8 ad inside front cover; Nice colour ad for George Weston Limited shows bride-to-be with family; Spyglass on Sweden - the Welfare State; If the Russians Attack Canada - article with photos and interesting map of likeliest Canadian targets; Wide Open, Excellency, by Lesley Holmes; How the Stock Crooks Operate, by Fred Bodsworth - how the 'blower boys' peddle worthless stocks via long-distance phone; The Long Ordeal of Mrs. Tak Sook Kyun - the Korean War has taken her home near the Manchrian border, her husband, her baby, and tossed her up like driftwood on the crowded Pusan hills - article by Pierre Berton with sad photos; Banff - a paradise for Sultans and Stenos - article with great colour photos; The Ups and Downs of Alan Young - originally from West Vancouver, he fought his way to the top in radio and movies; What it's Like to Live in the Dark - Larry Bartlett was blinded by a German shell; Boswell of the Brooks - Writer Roderick Haig-Brown milks a cow every day and gets called "Your Worship" - article with photos; The Secret Behind The Fiery Phantom that Sails Bay Chaleur; Nice colour illustrated ad for Allis-Chalmers Rumely, Ltd showing a grader levelling a country road; Attractive colour ad for the Hillman Minx Convertible; Colour illustrated Coke centerfold shows store display and picnic lunch packed and ready to eat; Colour Chevrolet ad featuring a 2-door Bel Air; Nice colour photo ad for Snyder's Fine Furniture; Colour illustrated ad for the Ford Custom Deluxe Convertible; Nice 2-colour ad for the Austin A-40 Devon auto; Nice colour Parker Pen ad inside back cover features endorsement by Mazo De La Roche; Colour Margene ad on back cover. Average wear. Unmarked. Address label atop front cover. A sound copy of this particularly wonderful issue. 
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