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1 Callaghan, Morley; et al Maclean's Magazine, March 5, 1955
Canada Maclean-Hunter 1955 First Edition Paperback Good 
64 pages. Features: Wonderful two-page colour ad for Chrysler's "Motion-Design" automobile styling; The Struggle for the Border, by Bruce Hutchison - Part 1; Does Worry Cause Cancer?; We Just Had to Be Alone - story by Morley Callaghan; Jim Flynn's Private Army - The Cowichan Commandos - they serve as enemy for the Duncan Reserves - article with great photos; The Best Ten-cent Ride in the World - the 12-minute Vancouver Ferry - article with photos; I Grew Up With Saskatchewan - Marjorie Wilkins Campbell looks back fondly on her prairie childhood - article with photos; The Tourist Who'll Never Go Home - Harold Metcalf will never come home from London; Vintage colour Chevrolet ad; Nice 1955 Dodge ad. Three-inch opening to bottom edge of front cover. Center page holding by one staple. Moderate overall wear. A quality copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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2 Callaghan, Morley; Katz, Sidney; Callwood, June; Hutchison, Bruce; MacDonald, David; Frayne, Trent; Trueman, Stuart; et al Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, April (Apr.) 16, 1955 - The Man With the Coat (Complete in This issue)
Montreal Maclean Hunter 1955 First Edition Paperback Good 
120 pages. Features: Colour-photo Parker Pen ad inside front cover shows writing on mousetrap; Editorial on the Penticton Vs who have just won the world hockey championship; Fascinating Canadair one-page photo ad entitled "Do We Really Know Where to Face Communism?" shows sparsely-attended church and encourages Canadians to re-affirm their Christian faith to battle Communism; Two-page Rexall ad lists lots of products and their microscopic prices; Nice one-page colour-photo Weston's ad shows stone mason eating lunch; The Man With the Coat - complete story by Morley Callaghan, profusely illustrated by Oscar Cahen; The Bitter, Tragic Battle Over Fluoridation; Marilyn Monroe look-alike Jackie MacDonald of Toronto wants to be the world's strongest woman - great photo-illustrated article on Jacqueline Donalda MacDonald, with coach Lloyd Percival appearing in one photo; How Brock Founded the Canadian Myth; The Canadian Guards - can we transplant that British spit and polish to Canada? (photo-illustrated article); Gordon Tamblyn - his gaslit store was turned into the biggest drugstore chain in the country - article with large photo of Kate Aitken with Tamblyn president Browne and store manager E.N. Thopmson in his store; Nice one-page colour-phot ad for 1955 Chrysler cars; Two-page colour ad for Deepfreeze fridges; Colour ad for Clover Leaf sockeye salmon; One-page colour ad for 1955 Dodge cars (Regent and Mayfair); Nice colour-photo CNR (Canadian National Railways) ad features scenes on trains; One-page recruiting ad for RMC and Royal Roads; Colour ad for the Canadian Wine Institute features endorsements by illuminaries in France; Interesting one-page colour ad for Massey-Harris-Ferguson looks over tractor steering wheel over field, with caption "How Steering Wheel Farming Took the Ache Out of Acres"; McCulloch chainsaw ad; Labatt's IPA ad features photo of Wexford, Ontario labourer Frederick Gilbert; Nice colour-photo ad for 1955 Studebaker cars inside back cover; Back cover Coke colour-photo ad shows formally-dressed adults seated in shag carpet listening to records; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Several discrete archival-tape mends along coverfold. A worthy copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
Price: 399.95 USD
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3 Roberts, Leslie; Callaghan, Morley; Skey, Larry; Stewart, Dr. H.; Taylor, S.; Tutt, S.; Rouget, R.; Et al The National Home Monthly Magazine, August (Aug.) 1948 - Tragedy of Israel
Canada The National Home Monthly 1948 First Edition Paperback Good 
68 pages. Features: Early morning photos of nostalgic scenes in Vancouver and Victoria, B.C.; Weston's / George Weston Limited one-page ad features the Canadian share owner; Very colourful one-page colour ad for the 1948 Ford Meteor (green); Reconstrukzija (Reconstruction) - excellent photo-illustrated report from Moscow describes daily life for her citizens; I'm a Hermit (short story); Morley Callaghan explains why he prefers town life to the joys of a summer cottage; Article on 1920's Jazz - songs the author would like to see stay; "Poor Little Fellers" (short story); Lawrence Skey, M.P., Criticizes Canada's "Paper Air Force"; Encounter with Cinderella (short story); What is at Stake in Palestine (Israel)? - article by Dr. H.L. Stewart; Remembrance of Things Past - a poem by E.J. Pratt accompanies photos of Old Niagara which are part of an Art Gallery of Toronto exhibit; Half-page Canadian Pacific ad features their vessel the "White Empress"; Quarter-page ad for Thistle brand baby carriages; Photos of summer fair scenes; Gerhard Kennedy looks at women's fashions - with photos; Women - The All-time Flop in Politics! - article with photos of Mrs. Iva Fallis, Miss Agnes Macphail, Mrs. Martha Black, Mrs. Gladys Strum, Mrs. Dorise Nielsen, Mrs. Cora Casselman and Mrs. Cairine Wilson; Lovely one-page colour ad for Frigidaire fridges show mom and son standing in front of loaded fridge; Recipes for preserves; One-page Chevrolet ad features green car; Battle of the Hair-doos - shops hope to regain business lost to home perms; Nice colour Coke ad on back cover includes tennis racquet and ball; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
Price: 299.95 USD
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4 Phillips, John; Callaghan, Morley; Smallwood, Joey; Cross, Austin; Brown, Joy; Morse, George; et al The National Home Monthly Magazine, July, 1949 - Newfoundland / European Cold War Developments
Canada The National Home Monthly / Stovel 1949 First Edition Paperback Good 
44 pages. Features: Gorgeous cover illustration of Newfoundland outport by John Phillips; Morley Callaghan asks "Which Myth Do You Follow?"; Half-page colour ad for Swift's Prem tinned meat; Handsome one-page ad for Snyder's Furniture of Waterloo, Ontario; Newfoundland (is welcomed to Confederation) - Photo-illustrated article by Prime Minister Joseph R. Smallwood; Quicksand (short story); Girl Overboard! (short story); Nice one-page colour O'Keefe's ad includes large reproduction of John Worsley painting of boy watching construction of new high school; Hot From the Cold War - Austin Cross reports from Europe; Half-page two-colour ad for Canadian Admiral Corp features their AC-DC-Battery "Personal" portable radio and Model 5R12 Mahogany radio; 3/4-page two-colour (black and blue) Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) recruiting ad; Cats, Cats, Cats! - photo-illustrated article; Half-page ad for the 1949 C.N.E.; Uncommon half-page ad for Burgess batteries; Half-page Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS) ad shows paperboy visiting accountant in branch; Charming half-page colour ad for Canada Dry; Photo-illustrated article on swimwear fashions for ladies; Half-page colour ad for Heinz baby foods; Attractive half-page colour ad for Aylmer Tomato juice, catsup and soup; Great vintage one-page colour-photo ad for Burns tinned meat balls, bologna and hamburgers; Cooking article with recipe for blueberry jelly; Small photo ad for Kranich & Bach pianos of Toronto; Tips for keeping your home cool; Half-page Javex ad; Half-page ad for Frigidaire ranges; Nice one-page Frigidaire fridge ad; Magnificent back cover colour Coke ad shows aerial image of busy supermarket with enormous Coke cooler on its roof; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A nice copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
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5 Cross, Austin; Marsh, John; Pitkin, Walter; Brown, Joy; Stewart, Dr. H.; Callaghan, Morley; Parker, D.; Tatham, Julie; Hearson, H.; Et al The National Home Monthly Magazine, June 1948 - C.D. Howe / Kinsey Feedback
Canada The National Home Monthly 1948 First Edition Paperback Good 
60 pages. Features: Very special colour ad inside front cover for the Parker "51" pen features large handwriting sample of Ernest Hemingway, whose photo appears in upper right corner; Toronto's Roly Curtin operates a dog beauty shop on wheels - photo-illustrated article; Half-page ad for the Canadian Bank of Commerce (CIBC) shows woman with bankbook open; Half-page ad for Canadian General Electric (CGE) portable radios; Hyde Park for Three?; One-page colour ad for Waterman's pens; Nice one-page colour ad for the 1949 Monarch car (green); One-page colour Carling's ad features reproduction of painting "Wood Duck" by T.M. Shortt; C.D. Howe - Big Man in a Hurry! - photo-illustrated article, including photo of Howe with E.P. Taylor and Col. W.C. Woodward after they were torpedoed while aboard the Western Prince; The Wonderful Old Gentleman (short story); Bounce - tips for good health; Celestial Broadcasting Country (short story); One Man's Poison (short story); The Clue of the Broken Rhythm; Classy one-page colour ad for the all-new Mercury car (olive green 4-door); Must There Be a Third World War?; The Royal Conservatory of Music - fourteen photos with supporting text about this music school led by Ettore Mazzoleni - photos include Mr. Mazzoleni, Margaret Butler, Dr. F.J. Horwood, Ruth Ross, Reta Fiddler, Eileen Parsons, Dr. Arnold Walter, Lois Ogilvie, Pat Hart, Dorothy Thornton, Diana Aylwin, Terry Spencer and Shirley Smith; This Month with Morley Callaghan; Odd Ontario ad says "Have you an itchy foot? Then hoof it to Ontario (Canada's vacation province); Lovely one-page colour Oldsmobile ad entitled "A Famous Drive in a Famous Car" shows a pinkish car being driven, beside map of the Niagara Parkway; One-page colour-photo ad for Singer Sewing Centers; Fashion photos of fairy tale frocks for young girls; Colour fashion photo of Habitant print dress; Salad recipes; Colour one-page ad for Frigidaire ranges shows ladies admiring roast in oven; Bridal fashion article with photo; Colour Massey-Harris ad inside back cover shows busy evening shopping street; Colour back cover ad for Community brand cutlery; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
Price: 299.95 USD
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6 Cross, Austin; Roberts, Leslie; Lemelin, Roger; Callaghan, Morley; Hutchison, Bruce; Brown, Joy; Rohmer, Sax; Carroll, Jock; Schisgall, O.; Et al The National Home Monthly Magazine, March (Mar.) 1949 - 'Seventeen Lotus Blossoms', By Sax Rohmer / Television - The Monster / Louis St. Laurent
Canada The National Home Monthly / Home Publishing 1949 First Edition Paperback Good 
64 pages. Features: Funny cover illustration of ditzy blonde beating table of men at poker; Nice colour GWG (Great Western Garment) ad inside front cover for their Drillers Drill work clothes for men; One-page blue and black recruiting ad for the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF); One-page colour ad for the 1949 'futuramic' Oldsmobile; One-page colour ad for Waterman's pens features the new Crusader Trioset; Are We Governed by Bureaucrats? - an examination of the brain trust alleged to run Canada from the back room; Seventeen Lotus Blossoms - early appearance of this Sax Rohmer story, illustrated by Oscar Cahen; Quebec City - photo-illustrated article; McCarthy's Last Affair - short story involving hockey; Television - The New Monster - 'a cultural bomb is being thrown into Canadian homes', by Morley Callaghan; Eyes in the Dark (short story); Canada's New Statesman - Louis St. Laurent; Champion spark plugs ad features illustration of man pouring sap from maple tree; Handsome colour centerfold Chevrolet ad features a 1949 Fleetline four-door sedan with Fisher Body; A Dime for God - photo-illustrated article about the good works of Frere (Brother) Sauvageau, the Quebec Brother who, by his beggin, has fed, clothed, and educated hundreds of boys, and cured souls by asking them to have faith; "Going Steady" and the Sex Problem; One-page colour-photo ad for Heinz canned soup, spaghetti and baked beans; Colour half-page Canada Dry ad; Canadian General Electric (CGE) ad for their radios, including the Models C122, C751 and C545; Quarter-page ad for the Thistle 'minipak' baby stroller and 'nibs' chariot; Rare one-page two-colour (red and black) Canadian Red Cross ad features illustration of plaintive woman (nurse?) at top; Fashion article on hats includes photos; Nice half-page colour Quick Quaker Oats ad features illustration of young boy dreaming of growing to be a basketball star; Housecleaning Can Be Fun (?); Half-page colour-photo ad for Sovereign Potters features Mornglo ware; Wabasso Cottons ad inside back cover features colour photo of two girls in bonnets feeding ducks; Nice back cover Coke ad features illustration of nervous young man visiting young girl's home; and more. Average wear. Four-inch opening to bottom of coverfold. Address hand-corrected on address label, otherwise unmarked. A nice copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
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7 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. 
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