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1 Stewart, Al Al Stewart - Modern Times: Song Book (Songbook)
USA Warner Bros/Dick James Music, Inc. 1975 First Edition Paperback Good 
47 pages. Three black and white illustrations of Al Stewart. Includes piano, vocal and guitar chords for the following songs: Apple Cider Re-Constitution; Carol; The Dark and Rolling Sea; Modern Times; Next Time; Not The One; Sirens of Titan; What's Going On. Moderate external wear. Bookseller stamp to title page otherwise contents clean and unmarked. A quality copy. 
Price: 249.95 USD
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2 Brown, Zenith; Laing, Frederick; Martin, William; Stewart, Ramona; Moore, James Merriam; Bohne, F.H.; Gervasi, Frank; Smith, R.A.; Manuel Gordon; et al Collier's Magazine, April 6, 1946 - Truman's Troubled Year
USA Crowell-Collier Publishing 1946 First Edition Paperback Good 
90 pages. Fiction: Jealosy (part 1 of 4); That Samba Dress; The Pawn; The Music Stops; The Pipe; Navy Gal. Articles: Truman's Troubled Year; India's Crisis - famine and 100 millioln Muslims create a hard problem for the British government; 70,000 to One! (conclusion) - adventures on New Britain; Surgery can save 'Blue Children'; Are Baseball Managers Necessary?; Guy Madison; Big Business in Ham Radio; Rainy Day Fashions. Ads include: Ford Trucks; Gaines Dog Meal; Lord Calvert ad features photo portrait of author Stuart Cloete; New York Centra Railroad; Jayson Sportswear; Goebel Beer; Lucky Strike (back cover). Unmarked. Average wear. A sound copy of this vintage issue. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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3 Costello, Murray; Stewart, Al; Berger, Howard; Gelineau, Luc; Parayre, Richard; Pashby, Dr. Tom; Orr, Frank; Sudsbury, Clair; Murray, Mike; et al Hockey Today - Official Publication of the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association, Edition 1987/1988 (87/88) - Canada Cup Victory Cover Photo of Wayne Gretzky and Mario Lemieux
Ottawa Canadian Amateur Hockey Association 1987 First Edition Paperback Good 
150 pages. Features: Nice one-page photo ad for Easton metal hockey sticks features Tim Kerr; New Initiatives a Positive Force in Minor Hockey; Canada's Olympic Hockey Challenge - with photo of Zarley Zalapski in action and partial (?) team photo including Joe Nieuwendyk, Sean Burke, Cliff Ronning, and many others; Some '84 Olympic Memories - with photo of Russ Courtnall (in Leaf gear); Nice color team photo of Canada's 1984 Olympic hockey team; Vintage one-page colour Pepsi ad features their classic "The Choice of a New Generation" tagline; Officiating in the 1990's; Great one-page color-photo ad for Koho sticks features Larry Robinson and Jari Kurri; Prescription for healthier, happier hockey; Nice one-page colour-photo ad for McCormicks Crackers features Jean Beliveau; Mario Lemieux Has Arrived! - inspired by the Great Gretzky, and challenged by the Supreme Soviets, Mario turned Canada Cup '87 into his coming out party! - with photos; *Classic* one-page photo ad for Titan/Jofa sticks features Mike Bossy standing beside suit of armour holding stick; Ray Bourque colour photo in Micron skates ad; New CAHA Chairman, Clair Sudsbury, Speaks Out; Nice one-page colour-illustrated ad for Sher-Wood sticks; Minor Hockey Week; Dave Chambers will coach the Canadian Junior team in Moscow at Christmas; Nice group photo of attendees of the 1987 National uner 18 Selection camp in Calgary; Colour photo of award-winner Rob Brown in Transamarica Life ad; Photo of Allan Cup winners, Brantford Mott's Clamatos; Colour photos of 1987 CAHA Champions the Miramichi Packers, the Stoney Plains Eagles, the Memorial Cup winning Medicine Hat Tigers, the Centennial Cup winning Richmond Sockeyes, the Air Canada Cup winning Richelieu Riverains, the Purolator Challenge Cup winning Pictou County Scotsburn Dairy, Toronto Red Wings and Winnipeg Saints, and the Abby Hoffman Cup winning Hamilton Golden Hawks; CIBC colour-photo one-page ad features Patrick Roy; Women's Hockey on World Sport Map - article with colour photo of the Hamilton Golden Hawks; Vintage Bee Hive Corn Syrup ad features colour photo of Frank Mahovlich; The International Hockey Centre of Excellence; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Minor bit of moisture exposure near back. A sound copy of this great vintage issue. 
Price: 149.95 USD
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4 Drew, Lieut.-Col. George A.; Slade, Christine Jope; Roberts, Leslie; Hedworth; Barbara; Lorenson, Fred I.; Wallace, W. Stewart; Wright, Sewell Peaslee; Armitage, John; Holway, Ruth; Paterson, Jack; Wynne, Anthony; Hucks, M. Frances; et al Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, August 1, 1931: Salesmen of Death - The Truth About War-Makers
Toronto Maclean Publishing 1931 First Edition Paperback Good 
64 pages. Features: Nice color/photo ad for Quaker Puffed Rice and Puffed Wheat inside front cover; Great full-page ad with photos for International Trucks; Full-page photo ad for Cream of Wheat features baby; Salesmen of Death - The Truth About War Makers - "This Frankenstein monster must be smashed or it will smash civilization", by Lieut.-Col. George A. Drew - article with photos of Dr. William B. Shearer and Sir Basil Zaharoff; Backstage at Ottawa; Air-Minded - short story; The Empress of Britain - article with great photos of/in this Canadian-owned vessel which holds the record as the fastest liner plying between Europe and North America; The Fourth Bridesmaid - short story; What's Wrong with our Lacrosse? - writer mourns Canada's first defeat at the hands of the United States; The Strange Case of Dr. King - short story; The New Partner - short story; Sciene Aids the Airman - J.H. Parkin and aeronautical research at the National Research Laboratories in Ottawa - article with photos; Don't Let Her Worry - short story; Back of the Hump - a vivid pen picture of Canada's newest national park - the Riding Mountain Reserve in Manitoba - with photos; The Silver Scale - short story; Stalin's Rule is Autocratic - the world's most powerful ruler according to many; Photo and bried story of the world's richest man, The Nizam of Hyderabad; Communism and the Ukrainians - a fascinating long letter by Arthur O. Rose of Hafford, Saskatchewan; Brickbats and Bouquets; Wonderful Canadian Nationa (CN) full-page black and white photo ad promotes their Montreal to Toronto service - 334 miles in 360 minutes; The Secret of Successful Salad Dressings - article with recipes; Crossword; Consider the Lily; Bankers adopt more hopeful attitude toward foregin bonds; Colour ad for Kodak Verichrome film on back cover. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound, informative and pleasing vintage issue. 
Price: 349.95 USD
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5 Dent, W. Redvers; Sommerville, S.J.; Kaye, Louis; Roxborough, H.H.; Sandwell, B.K.; Rogers, Bogart; March, J.E.; Wallace, W. Stewart; Hardy, W.G.; Price, Elizabeth Bailey; Owen, Beverley; Eustace, C.J.; Wynne, Anthony; et al Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, September 1, 1931 - Captain J.R. Cornelius - Maker of Champion Track Athletes
Toronto Maclean Publishing 1931 First Edition Paperback Good 
64 pages. Features: Great photo ad for International Trucks on page 1; Junior Boxing Champion of Quebec - Laurier DesRochers is featured in full-page Cream of Wheat ad; Judgement (short story); Taming the Seven Sisters - gigantic hydro-electric development in Manitoba - article with photos; Dusty Courage (short story); Maker of Champions - Captain J.R. Cornelius trains the Hamilton Central Collegiate track team to success - article with photos; A Salute for the Constitution - a plea for veneration of the document that makes us what we are; Dancing Partners (short story); How I Do Love Water-Lilies!; The Kincade Mystery - Who Killed Ethel Kincake of Hamilton? - article with photos; The Beggar of Ur (shorted story); The Queen of the "Turks" - Turkey farmer Mrs. W.A. Freeman of Ardenode, Alberta - article with photos; Premier of Nova Scotia - Hon. Gordon Sydney Harrington - article with photo; Mr. Gobbins Falls In (short story); The Silver Scale (part I); Political article by Sir Austen Chamberlain, with his photo; Canada's pioneer steam engine, long lost, returned to Nova Scotia - the 'Samson'; full-page Dodge car ad; full-page ad for the new Reo Flying Cloud car; Nice full-page photo ad for Hoover vacuums features cute chilid on vintage phone; Nice full-page ad for Auburn cars features the 5-passenger 2-door Brougham $1445; De Soto Six ad; The School Lunch - article with photos; crossword; Transforming the Cellar - article and photos with ideas of how to transform waste cellar space for an extra games and play room; Nice full-page Studebaker ad; Nice colour Calay soap ad inside back cover; Colour Old Dutch Cleanser ad on back cover. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage issue. 
Price: 299.95 USD
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6 Stewart, Walter; Wild, Roland; Bossin, Bob; Bruce, Harry; Tower, Courtney; Andres, Pamela; Montagnes, J.; Cassels, D. Et al Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, March (Mar.) 1970 - Gordie Howe Cover Photo
Toronto Maclean-Hunter 1970 First Edition Paperback Fair 
80 pages. Features: The Credit Spy Can Ruin You; Canada, Too, Does Her Bloody Bit in Vietnam; Great one-page colour Aislin caricature of Mohn Munro contemplating the legalization of pot/marijuana; One page Volvo car ad with snowy road photo; Joe and Jarusewich have not seen each other for forty years; How Women in Power Keep Other Women Powerless; Water - The Sellout That Could Spell the End of Canada; A Glimpse of Nines to Come - photo-illustrated article on Gordie Howe and his sons; Why Settle for One World When Turkey Offers Two?; Your Guide to the Medicare Maze; Architect Ray (Raymond) Moriyama - A Designing Man with Seduction On His Mind; Snow, Saunas and Swimsuits - article with with six nice colour photos of bikini-clad young ladies in sauna and snow; Car Races That Don't Kill - cars on the ice track at Young's Point, Ontario - with photo of driver Chris Cossette; Toshiba TV ad features illustration of young lady carrying radio with strap over her shoulder - predecessor to the ghetto blaster?; Article on NFB (National Film Board) and its rumoured demise; Review of book 'The Poverty Wall' by Ian Adams; News fight between CTV and CBC; How Bureaucrats Deal With Such Rebels as Riel and David Ward. Somewhat above-average wear with five-inch opening to mid-portion of cover fold and short opening to fore-edge of front cover. A sound vintage copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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7 Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Cunningham, L.A.; Lent, C.; Bynum, T.; Ford, S.; Michaelson, J.M.; Macarow, P.; Luscombe Whyte, A.P.; Bayne, E.G.; Kennedy, M.; Et al National Home Monthly Magazine, April (Apr.) 1943 - New Canadian Pacific Air Lines / The Royal Engineers - The Army's Pathfinders
Winnipeg Home Publishing Company / National Home Monthly 1943 First Edition Paperback Good 
60 pages. Features: Cover photo of baby gnawing on huge Easter egg; Canadian National - Canadian Pacific ad inside front cover called "War Whoop" shows speeding night train and illustration of native warrier to explain how the night-time whistle of a locomotive means men and materiel are being rushed to the front; News digest discusses German propaganda efforts to incur western suspicion against Russia; One-page Trans-Canada Telephone System ad implores long distance users to "Be Brief!", given wartime restrictions on their ability to increase capacity; Editorial comments on support for Russia and the need for those unable to fight in person to contribute financially to the war effort; Brain Waves For Winning the War - photo-illustrated article on technical innovations used in the war effort; Excellent photo-illustrated article on the new Canadian Pacific Airlines includes photos of Stewardess Ethel Hailes, Air Commodore H. Hollick-Kenyon, Grant W.G. McConachie, C.H. Dickins, and veteran parachutist Jack McGovern (at No.l 2 Air Observer School); Earthbound (short story); The Pomander Walk Myster (short story); Alterations (short story); The Royal Engineers - The Army's Pathfinders - nice photo-illustrated article; Sight Unseen (short story); Hollywood news and photos; GM one-page ad highlights their "Victory Service"; One-page Ford ad features illustrations of some of their 1943 military vehicles; The United Service Centre, located in the Eaton Annex, Winnipeg; Centrefold Victory Bonds ad sponsored by the National War Finance Committee illustrates seven Canadians from various walks of life and explains their financial contributions to the war effort; Woodbury Soap ad includes photos of Barbara Sellers of Winnipeg; Woodbury Cold Cream ad includes photo of film star Janet Blair; Food article on "Russia's Nutrition" explains how Russia is tightening its belt to support the Red Army - with photos; Fashion illustrations; Photo-illustrated article on the women of Russia; Quotes from around the world; H.J. Heinz ad inside back cover explains how "To Make Plain Foods Taste Like Banquet Fare"; Fantastic colour-illustrated back cover Coke ad shows soldier proudly walking in great coat, with smaller images of additional members of the military; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy of this excellent wartime issue. 
Price: 299.95 USD
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8 Stewart, Dr. H. L.; Bradbury, Bianca; Bateman, Arnold; Openheim, E. Phillips; Thompson, Gwenda; Perkins, D.W.; Polloy, Paul; Murray, Arch; Munro, Barbara; Reed, E.C.; Et al National Home Monthly Magazine, April (Apr.) 1946 - Charles Luther Burton, C.B.E. / Goody Rosen
Winnipeg Stovel / National Home Monthly 1946 First Edition Paperback Good 
72 pages. Features: Lovely cover illustration of nautical scene by John Phillips; Lovely colour Canada Dry ad; Nostalgic one-page colour-photo Canadian National features roadside view in Jasper, Alberta; Will 'Secret Service' Split the U.N.O.?; Austin F. Cross becomes Ottawa correspondent; Lovely Swift's Premium one-page colour ad features Easter ham; Quink ink colour ad; One-page Canadian Pacific ad features dining car view of east coast lighthouse; London to Rome - photo-illustrated article on the first civilian drive across Europe since the war; The Shortest Week End (fiction); The Next Time You See Paris - photo-illustrated article in the Folies Bergere; Even If Forever (fiction); Operation Muskox - photo-illustrated article on postwar geographical, military and, possibly, political plotting for Canada's north; Goody Rosen - The Kid Who Wouldn't Quit - photo-illustrated article on this Canadian who played for the Brooklyn Dodgers; The Great West Raid (fiction); In the Garden (fiction); Ottawa Roundup; Man of the Month - Charles Luther Burton, C.B.E., President of Robert Simpson Company Limited; Jergens Lotion ad features photo of Virginia Mayo; Arrid ad features photo of Jessica Dragonette; Baby's First Days; Advances in Science; Nice one-page colour Waterman's pen ad features dancing lovelies; Be Nice to Your Nylons; Blue Top Brewing Co. one-page ad features "The Economical Home"; Page of Hollywood fashion patterns; Nice Singer Sewing Macine one-page photo ad; Charming colour ad for Heinz Baby Foods inside back cover shows doctor with stethoscope and infant; One-page TAngee ad features illustration of Mrs. Joseph Cotten; Attractive half page colour Lux and Woodbury ads feature illustrations of Gene Tierney and Marsha Hunt respectively; Colour Ovaltine ad inside back cover with heavy emphasis on nutrition; Nice colour back cover ad for McClary/GSW kitchen applilances features young housewife in blue dress; and more. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A quality vintage copy. 
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9 Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Horn, H.; Hume, D.M.; Neergaard, G.; Watkins, R.H.; Fitz-Gerald, W.G.; Bothwell, C.; Bayne, E.G.; Et al National Home Monthly Magazine, August (Aug.) 1941 - The B.B.C. (BBC) Fights War of Words / General Sir Archibald Wavell
Winnipeg Stovel / National Home Monthly 1941 First Edition Paperback Good 
48 pages. Features: Cover art of totem poles with mountain backdrop; Glorious colour Coke ad inside front cover features beauty lying on beach towel; News digest considers why Hitler attacked Russia, a bid for British 'appeasers', Hess as a bargaining agent, and what Hess relied on; Photo of Sir Stafford Cripps; Summer Night (short story); Tower of Babel - photo-illustrated article on the Britain's B.B.C. which fights a war of words in over thirty languages from its London HQ; Best of Breed (short story); Gideon of the Dessert - photo-illustrated article on General Sir Archibald Wavell; Courtesy of Capricorn (short story); A Moment for Jerry (short story); Photo of King Farouk being invested as first King of an independent Egypt; Vintage one-year Good Year photo ad shows kids wading into water with title "Enjoy Canada on Goodyears"; 1/4-page photo ad for the 1941 CNE (Canadian National Exhibition) in Toronto; Photo-illustrated article on "Those Hollywood Huns"; Woodbury soap ad features photos of Miss Lori March; Photo of Poland's Prime Minister, General Ladislaus Sikorski, giving radio address to his forces in England; Nostalgic two-page colour General Motors of Canada ad entitled "A Good Life Work for Any Man" pumps up the image of their dealers; Photo of Sir Noel Ashbridge at his desk; She Walks in Beauty - shoe fashion article; Article on food preserving; Quotes from around the world; Colour Shredded Wheat ad on back cover; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. Binding sound. A quality copy of this excellent wartime issue. 
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10 Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Cunningham, L.A.; Cleaver, H.; Theel, F.A.; Ellerbe, A & P.; Priestley, Mark; Strange, K.; Roxborough, H.H.; Bayne, E.G.; $ethwick, L.; Et al National Home Monthly Magazine, August (Aug.) 1942 - Air Aces / Sport in Wartime
Winnipeg Home Publishing Company / National Home Monthly 1942 First Edition Paperback Good 
44 pages. Features: Trans-Canada Telephone System ad inside front cover encourages the use of 'station-to-station' rather than 'person-to-person' calls to preserve wartime bandwidth; News digest includes 'Hitler gambles with all he has', 'Our weeks of bad news', and 'Egypts Crisis'; Soldier from the Wars Returning (short story); Air Aces - photo-illustrated article with photos of Wing Commanders John Kent, Paul Davoud, A.G. Malan, and N.R. Timmerman, plus Flt.-Lieut. H.T. Legge; Lucky He Looked In (short story); Weaving is Back - article on this resurgent art with photos of Miss Germaine Chaput and Miss Renee Beriau; What About Sport in Wartime? - article with photos of Flying Officer Duthie and Jack Dempsey with R.C.A.F. boxers in Toronto; Her Sister Had Everything (short story); Daughter of a Daughter (short story); Hollywood news and photos; Great one page orange and blue ad by the National Cash Register Company (NCR) encourages readers to purchase War Savings Stamps, with military illustration; This Man's World (short story); Odo-Ro-Do ad includes photo of Jane Macdonald; Kitchen Front article on food preserving "to help seal their doom"; Half-page Woodbury Powder ad includes photo of Rita Hayworth; So You Are Going to College - article for young ladies with photos of Marion Henry at McGill, Ruth Moxley of the U. of Manitoba, Lois Baker at the U. of Alberta, Pat Quinn at the U. of Toronto, and Jean McKinley of Queen's University; Quotes from around the world; Great National War Finance Committe ad inside back cover encourages readers to "Be a Thrift Columnist" by avoiding purchase of new clothes by combinding odd coats and trousers; Back cover colour Coke ad features hot soldier; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A sound copy of this excellent wartime issue. 
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11 Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Green, H.G.; Wood, K.; Blanchard, M.D.; Cox, C.; Fleetwood, J.; Bayne, E.G.; Luscombe Whyte, A.P.; Stephens, G.; Heck, AW2; et al National Home Monthly Magazine, August (Aug.) 1943 - R.A.F. Mosquitoes Sting the Axis / Canada's National War Labour Board
Winnipeg Home Publishing Company / National Home Monthly 1943 First Edition Paperback Good 
48 pages. Features: Cute photo of skinny-dipping little girl with huge Newfoundland dog; Wartime ad by the Trans-Canada Telephone system explains how citizens must limit use of their services in favour of war activity; Monthly war news update; The Tale of the Lonesome Swine (short story); Drama in the Union Station - Canada's National War Labour Board listens to all comers as it progresses toward its goal of a workable plant for industrial peace - article with photos of Mr. Justice C.L. McTague, Chairman of the Board, Mr. Leo. Lalonde, and Mr. J.L. Cohen, K.C.; Susabelle and Stoney Joe (short story); It's a Rough Road to Rangoon; His Honour the Judge (short story); Hollywood news; Once -age recruiting ad for the WRCNS / CWAC / RCAF; Mosquitoes Sting the Axis - photo-illustrated article on the R.A.F. Mosquito, Mark 11 (Fighter Intruder); Ford Motor Company one-page ad features allied spotters observing an enemy column; Their Watchword "Be Prepared" - the Girl Guides; Nice one-page photo-illustrated Westinghouse ad entitled "The Most Powerful People In the World"; Woodbury soap ad features photos of geology student Joan Patterson of Montreal and her pilot officer fiancee; Colour Orange Crush ad; Interesting article on munitions workers meals; Canadian General Electric ad entitled "Avoid Food Waste"; Woodbury Cold Cream ad features photo of Veronica Lake; Wings on Their Feet - part 2 of a series on AW2 Heck's experiences in the Air Force; Ontario Liberal Harry Nixon; RCAF half-page recruiting ad; Highway Women - interesting article on Canadian women who have moved to Northern Canada to support its development; Kotex ad includes illustration of lady building planee; World Sayings; Great colour-photo Coke ad inside back cover shows men working in heavy industry; Nice colour back cover recruiting ad for Canadian Women's Army Corps (C.W.A.C.); and more. Faint pencil name atop front cover, otherwise unmarked with moderate wear. A qualilty copy of this excellent vintage issue. 
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12 Stewart, Dr. H.L.; DAvies, Carlotta; Hillman, Gordon M.; Bell, Claire; Brownell, Fred. G.; Roberts, Leslie; Thompson, Gwenda; Pettigrew, H.; Galton, L.N.; Et al National Home Monthly Magazine, August (Aug.) 1946 - Should Canada Annex Ontario?
Winnipeg Stovel / National Home Monthly 1946 First Edition Paperback Good 
56 pages. Features: Gorgeous colour-illustrated White Rose ad inside front cover features mountain and seaside scenes; Colour ad for Parker Quink ink; One-page colour ad for Blue Top Brewing Company Limited of Kitchener, Ontario features "Georgian Cottage" home, presumably in the interest of returning servicemen; What is Delaying the Peace Treaties?; One-page Canadian Pacific ad highlights Canada's West Coast; Lovely half-page colour Orange Crush pop ad features their classic brown bottle and stewardess; One-page colour-photo ad for Eversharp repeater (mechanical) pencils; Why not put your subconscious to work?; B.C. - Before Coffee; Persian Panorama - article with photos of Iran; Old Home Town; Should Canada Annex Ontario?; Illicit Marriage; Interesting one-page ad by the federal Department of Trade and Commerce illustrates "How Mexican Peanuts Make Jobs for Canadian Machinists"; Ottawa Roundup - "Little Chicago"; Nice one-page black and white Government of Canada ad encourages the hiring of Canada's veterans, with photo of General H.D. G. Crerar; Odd Occupations; Developments in Science; Holiday hazards for juniors; Arrid deodorant ad features photo of Connie Boswell; Beautiful colour ad for Lux soap features Rita Hayworth; Woodbury Powder ad features beautiful illustration of Esther Williams; Ladies' hats are High and Handsome; Food canning reminders; Nice colour one-page ad for McClary fridges; The Story of Quick Freezing; Nice half-page colour ad for Swift's Premium Bacon features mother and daughter; Nice one-page colour ad for Heinz vinegars with salad illustration; Lovely colour Coke ad inside back cover features family picnic by stream; Back cover O'Keefe's ad features colour reproduction of painting "The Prospector" by R.York Wilson. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. Soiling to back cover. A sound copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
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13 Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Walters, C.L.; Corbett, S.; Theel, F.A.; Fleming, P.; Thornhill, M.; Luscombe Whyte, A.P.; Bayne, E.G.; Bell, L.P.; Et al National Home Monthly Magazine, December (Dec.) 1942: Secret Eyes - Wartime Espionage
Winnipeg Home Publishing Company / National Home Monthly 1942 First Edition Paperback Good 
56 pages. Features: Nice colour Christmas Wabasso Cottons ad inside front cover; News digest includes nervous tension in Germany, turning the tide in Egypt, and fascism's twentieth anniversary; One-page ad for Trans-Canada Telephone System includes illustration encouraging citizens to minimize long distance usage in favour of wartime needs; Nice colour-illustrated Ritz ad shows ladies in grocery store; Secret Eyes - fascinating photo-illustrated article on wartime espionage, with photos of Lieut.-General H.R. Pownall and "The Lark", Marthe Richer; Houses of Glass (short story); Low Pressure Salesman (short story); Unprofessional Services (short story); After They Bale Out - photo-illustrated article on what happens to pilots when they have to bale out of their planes; Ace High (short story); Hollywood news and photos; Nice colour one-page ad for GM of Canada says "Victory is our Business" and shows armoured vehicles in service; One-page Royal Canadian Air Force (R.C.A.F.) recruiting ad says "We're in another Team now"; Ford Motor Company ad shows wartime manufacturing; Woodbury Soap ad includes photos of Miss Mary Bishop of Toronto, in training as a field-to-field ferry pilot; Photo of Brenda Joyce in Woodbury Cold Cream ad; On the Kitchen Front - turkey recipe article; Nice one-page colour-illustrated Borden's ad features Elsie the Cow; Suggested gifts for women in uniform; Nice one-page Yardley ad; Fashion illustrations; Sayings from around the world; Nice colour Coke ad inside back cover shows Santa and Christmas scenes; Nice colour back cover ad for B.C. (British Columbia) apples includes illustration of men in uniform; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A worthy copy of this excellent wartime issue. 
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14 Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Jackson, M.C.; Winslow, H.; Blodget, B.B.; Denison, Merrill; Carlisle, Norman; Chase, Frances Jr.; Adams, J.C.; Et al National Home Monthly Magazine, December (Dec.) 1945 - Paris and Her Pet Dogs / Trader Jack Redshaw of Granville, Illinois
Winnipeg Stovel / National Home Monthly 1945 First Edition Paperback Good 
68 pages. Features: Lovely cover illustration of shoeshine boy; Bright colour Parker pen ad inside front cover; Nice colourr Ritz cracker ad; Post-War Education - A Canadian Problem; Trans-Canada Telephone System one-page ad; Canada Dry colour ad; What the War Has Done to Canada; A White Candle (short story); All in the Family (short story); Swap King Jack Redshaw of Granville Illinois - photo-illustrated article; Christmas Gift (short story); Dog Days in Paris - great photo-illustrated article of Parisians and their dogs; Man of the Month, G.B. Gordon, President of Dominion Textile Company; Jergens Lotion ad features lovely photo of Janet Blair; Lovely one-page colour-photo Oldsmobile ad features a blue 1946 four-door; Fantastic colour two-page ad for the 1946 Chevrolet (red four-door); Colour one-page Waterman's pen ad; Nice colour Maxwell House coffee ad shows lady struggling to hold her groceries; Colour ad for Stokely's tomato juice; Small ad for the Rosicrucians AMORC of San Jose, California; Anita Ellis appears in Don Juan lipstick ad; Mackenzie King goes to London; Rolex ad; Developments in Science; Nice half-page colour ad for Clark's Mincemeat; Fantastic Chase & Sanborn coffee ad features Charlie McCarthy cartoon; One-page colour-photo Swift's Premium ad features Christmas ham; Nice one-page Singer sewing machine photo- ad; Very nice one-page colour Pontiac ad features red Silver Streak leading a parade of previous Chevs from 1935 through 1942; Arrid ad features photo of Eleanor Holm; Nice colour Frigidaire range ad inside back cover features grandma cooking steak; Back cover features lovely colour-illustrated ad for GSW's kitchen pots (white with red trim); and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A lovely vintage copy. 
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15 Healy, W.; Stewart, Dr. H.; Farley, E.; Hartman, W.; Greenwood, W.; Ashton, H.; Christie, Agatha; Pole, M.; Godsell, P.; Et al National Home Monthly Magazine, February (Feb.) 1939 - Neville Chamberlain, "World Champion of Peace" / "Arctic Madness" on Baffin Island
Winnipeg Stovel / National Home Monthly 1939 First Edition Paperback Good 
64 pages. Features: Nice ad for the 1939 Oldsmobile Six inside front cover; News digest includes topics such as "Appeasement and its difficulties", "Why British Opinion in Changing", "Germany's Colonial Ambitions", "The Statecraft of Equivalents", and "Italy's Clash with France"; Met Life one-page photo ad entitled "A Day in the Life of (sales agent) Donald Martin"; Neville Chamberlain, World Champion of Peace - nicely photo-illustrated article (little did he know how wrong he would soon be proven to be); Reckless Lady (short story); With Fire (short story); What the Eye Doesn't See (short story); Arctic Madness - photo-illustrated article tells the Baffin Island tale of the death of a white fur trader - with photos of RCMP Staff Sergeant A.H. Joy, Loodloo, Innoyah, Petoot, Ahteetah, Nookudlah and Ooroorengnak; Babiche Walking - wonderful article on snowshoeing (snow-shoeing); The Garden Next Door (short story); The Mysterious Affair at Styles (part 4 of 5 of this Agatha Christie story); One-page Colgate ad features illustrations of the Dionne Quints; Vintage two-page Magic Baking Powder ad features the New York World's Fair; Kellogg's All-Bran ad features Mutt and Jeff comic; Movie news with photos of Virginia Bruce and Florence George; Photo of Miss Brenda Fraser in Woodbery soap ad; Scott's Emulsion ad features Uncle Dan comic; Fashion illustrations; Half-page Italy tourism ad, sponsored by Italian Line, Limited; Pond's cold cream ad features photo of Marjorie Fairchild; Are You a Man's Girl? - with helpful scorecard(!); It Isn't What You Say - advice for speaking better; Sport Suppers - recipes; Half-page colour ad for Canadian fish; Curve Control - corsets, foundation garments and the female shape; Photos of Barbara Stanwyck in Lux soap ad; Small St. Petersburg (Florida) photo-ad says '12,000 Canadians" choose it; World Quotes; Back cover colour Coke ad shows bottle beside open book and reading glasses, with inset illustration of vintage six-pack case; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy. 
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16 Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Wire, H.C.; Kyne, P.B.; Shields, F.; Walters, C.L.; Carter, H.D.; Roxborough, H.H.; Eayrs, C.; Bayne, E.G.; Thompson, F.; Henderson, V.; Et al National Home Monthly Magazine, February (Feb.) 1942 - Gracie Fields / Toronto Maple Leafs / Science - Secret Weapon of the Soviets / Victory Bonds Centrefold Ad
Winnipeg Home Publishing Company / National Home Monthly 1942 First Edition Paperback Fair 
56 pages. Features: News digest includes 'Invasion Prospects', 'The Fuehrer's Necessity', Setting the Far East Ablaze', and more; Nice photo-illustrated ad by the Department of Munitions and Supply for Canada shows woman pondering joining the workforce; Science - Secret Weapon of the Soviets - article with photo of the Dickstein sisters at the Medical Institute at Rostove-on-Don, and Professor Lepeshinskaya; Jungle Flight (short story); Master Mariner (short story); Hockey's Maple Leafs Didn't Grow on Trees - article in the Toronto Maple Leafs with photos of Conn Smythe, Hank Goldup, goalie Bastien, and a Leafs-Bruins 1941 playoff game; Gracie Fields - The Highest Paid Artist in the World - photo-illustrated article; The Peace and the Quiet; A Man Comes Home; Salute to Seventy - article with photos of C. Aubrey Smith, Donald Meek, May Robson, Frank Morgan, Edward Everett Horton, Anne Bauchens, Hobart Bosworth, Wallace Beery and Lewis Stone; Fleischmann's Yeast one-page ad features illustration of pathetic Europeans lined up for food, in contrast to Canadian family eating feast; Dominion Textile ad includes illustrations of servicemen; Colgate ad includes illustration of the Dionne Quintuplets marching in military style, with inset illustration of their doctor, Allan R. Dafoe; Woodbury Cold Cream ad features photo of Ilona Massey; Excellent Victory Bonds centrefold ad features world map with silhouettes of Japanese and German soldiers menacing North America from west and east respectively, and states 'The War is at our Door"; Article "On the Kitchen Front" covers tea time entertaining, inexpensive meat recipes, lesser-known pickles, an overseas recipe and the roast of the month; Rare colour ad for Canadian canned lobster, sponsored by the Canadian Department of Fisheries; Fashion article and illustrations; Photo of girl who ate too many chocolates, submitted by W.R. Wilson of Sudbury, Ontario; Quotes from around the world; H.J. Heinz ad inside back cover features illustration of hand-logging scene and horses hauling huge logs; Back cover colour Coke ad shows bottle in one hand and wrench in the other; and more. Unmarked with heavy external wear and archival-tape repairs to coverfold. Not pretty but a worthy reading copy of this excellent wartime issue. 
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17 Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Cunningham, L.A.; Shaw, F.H.; Green, H.G.; Darby, R.; Bayne, E.G.; Miller, H.J.; Kennedy, M.; Burchill, C.S.; Carter, D.; Et al National Home Monthly Magazine, February (Feb.) 1943 - Selective Service / Entertainment for the Troops / Booze - The Saboteur
Winnipeg Home Publishing Company / National Home Monthly 1943 First Edition Paperback Good 
48 pages. Features: Cover illustration of saluting Canadian female service member; Trans-Canada Telephone System ad inside front cover features illustration of operator; News digest touches on Hitler "Playing for a Draw", Russia's great offensive, and more; Hollywood news and photos; They Bring Down the Barracks - great photo-illustrated article documents the many Canadian entertainers who entertain our troops, including photos of the London Little Theatre Concert Party including Teresa Chandler, Pearl McCullough, Nora Rooney, Gerry Farquharson, Gloria Hamlyn and Monica McGarrell, plus the cast of the Lifebuoy Follies - Jimmy Devon, Sasha Dener, Harold Rich, Pat Rafferty, Helen, Bruce, Mildred Moray, Irene Hughes and Dorothy Merrall, and the Montreal Masquers; The Country of the Young (short story); A Use for a Decent Pay-Day; My Grandma's No Saint; Selectiver Service; Booze - The Saboteur - scientific research throws a startling light on an old problem and upsets some long-held beliefs; Mad Flight (short story); Canadian General Electric ad entitled "Victory Diet"; R.C.A.F. recruiting ad aimed at women; Woodbury Soap ad features lovely photos of Margaret Knight, of Toronto, who serves as private secretary to the Wing Commander of the R.A.F. Delegation in Washington; Woodbury Cold Cream ad features photo of Paulette Goddard; Photo-illustrated articl on Nursery Nutrition - on the Kitchen Front; Nutrition Goes to Sea; Fashion Illustrations; Angels in Nurseries; Small illustration shows smiling beaver in soldier gear saying "Eat Right to Fight"; Quotes from Around the World; Fantastic colour-photo Coke ad on back cover features sailors; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A sound copy of this excellent wartime issue. 
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18 Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Adolphe, Edward; Ferry, P.; Green, H. G.; Perkins, D.W.; Jenkins, Will F.; Roberts, A.; Carter, Dyson; Colbert, A.; Reed, E.C.; Galton, L.N.; Et al National Home Monthly Magazine, February (Feb.) 1946 - Colonel Juan D. Peron is Fuehrer of Argentina
Winnipeg Stovel / National Home Monthly 1946 First Edition Paperback Good 
52 pages. Features: Lovely cover illustration of fashionable lady in black hat by Hal Smith; Blue Top Brewing Co. ad inside front cover features neighbourly home design; Nice colour Maxwell House ad features smooching morning couple; One-page colour ad for Waterman's Taperite pens; The Problem of the Peace Treaties; The Black God (short story); Club for 'Fraid Cats - photo-illustrated article on New York's Society of Timid Sould; And Let the Credit Go (short story); Your Great-Great-Great-Grandmother and the Atom Bomb; Fuehrer of the Pampas - photo-illustrated article on Colonel Juan D. Peron; One Single Reason (short story); Country Air is Rich in Vitamins; Man of the Month - John McClary Pritchard, President of the McColl-Frontenac Oil Company Limited; Jergens Lotion ad with photo of Louise Allbritton; Science developments; Tangee ad features illustration of Mrs. Charles Boyer; Woodbury Powder ad features colour illustration of beautiful Ella Raines; Nice one-page colour ad for Heinz Soups; Nice back cover colour ad for Jordan Grape Juice; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A lovely vintage copy. 
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19 Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Hillman, G.M.; Tatham, J.C.; Cunningham, L.A.; Cross, A.F.; Paterson, J.; Gregory, J.; Dalrymple, B.W.; Galton, L.N.; Colbert, A.; Et al National Home Monthly Magazine, January (Jan) 1946 - Buffalo Farmer Ed Butters
Winnipeg Stovel / National Home Monthly 1946 First Edition Paperback Good 
40 pages. Features: Lovely cover illustration of snowy Quebec church scene; Colour Canada Dry ad; How Much Was Exploded by the Atomic Bomb?; Photo of tractor train pulling into Yellowknife from Lower Hay River; Jergens Lotion ad with photo of beautiful Marie McDonald; The Prime Minister Sweepstakes; Knocking at the Door (short story); British Columbia (B.C.) Counts Her Trees - a general plan is required for the perpetuation of the province's timber stands - photo-illustrated article with aerial photo of Ladysmith fire, July 7, 1945; Laurie is so Optimistic (short story); Home Aides; Advances in Science; Buffalo Farmer Ed Butters of Michigan - photo-illustrated article on man who purchased a 250-animal herd in South Dakota and moved it east; Nearest My Heart (shrot story); Nice one-page colour ad for the 1946 Pontiac (maroon four-door Silver Streak); Photo ad for Woodbury soap features three photos of newlyweds Mabel Lucille Holland and ex-RCAF officer Thomas Mitchell Mills, both of Montreal; Charming colour Fry's Cocoa ad with kids running home from school; Photo of Gypsy Rose Lee in Arrid ad; The New Fashioned Woman; Back cover colour Frigidaire fridge ad shows trio admiring large cut of meat; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A lovely vintage copy. 
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20 Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Hoyt, Murray; Crofts, F.W.; Shaw, Captain F.H.; Albert, H.A.; Gruson, S.; Kennedy, Milward; Thompson, F.; Winspear, M.; Et al National Home Monthly Magazine, January (Jan.) 1945 - Anthony Eden
Winnipeg Stovel / National Home Monthly 1945 First Edition Paperback Good 
40 pages. Features: Colour Canada Dry ad features playing cards; Canada's Cabinet Crisis - and After; Photo of F/L Art 'Birt' Birtwhistle of Ottawa chatting with Dutch girls about wooden shoes; Sugar-Snow Slalom (short story); Knocking the World About - article with photos of massive world infrastructure projects; The Vertical Line (short story); Will Anthony Eden be Britain's Next Prime Minister?; Lovely Laboratory - brief photo-illustrated article on Kew Gardens mentions Winnipeg's Palm House at Assiniboine Park; The Reluctant Tutor; Jergens Lotion ad features photo of Maria Montez; Anaconda Copper and Brass ad features photo of employee Lou Weller of Port Credit, Ontario; Very colourful illustrated centrefold ad for General Motors of Canada entitled "Enterprise - and the Challenge of Tomorrow" includes text mentioning founder Robert McLaughlin; Recipe article; Chase & Sanborn ad with colour Charlie McCarthy comic; The Canadian Mothercraft Society; Newlywed photos of Lynette Emelyn Diedrick of Kingston, Jamaice, and Frank Leonard MacIntosh of the RCAF appear in Woodbury soap ad; Wartime conservation tips; nostalgic ad for the Wartime Prices and Trade Board inside back cover uses traffic lights to explain it will take time for all wartime goods restrictions to be lifted; Great back cover colour ad for Good Year features very futuristic auto/highway scene; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A quality vintage copy. 
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