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Rutledge, J.; Babson, N.; Schisgall, O.; Ware, E.; Hoyt, W.; Graham, F.; Lombard, C.; St. Johns, A.; Thane, E.; Gunther, J.; Allen, R.; Pearson, D.; Nathan, G.; Dempsey; Sharpe, H. Listings

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1 Rutledge, J.; Babson, N.; Schisgall, O.; Ware, E.; Hoyt, W.; graham, F.; Lombard, C.; St. Johns, A.; Thane, E.; Gunther, J.; Allen, R.; Pearson, D.; Nathan, G.; Dempsey; Sharpe, H. Liberty - Canada's Largest Weekly Magazine, March 7, 1942 - The Real General Douglas MacArthur
Toronto Liberty Weekly of Canada 1942 First Edition Paperback Good 
58 pages. Articles: Lessons From Inside London; The Real General MacArthur; Grand Curtain Lines; That Mythical 4-Minute Mile - article with photos of Les MacMitchell; Mickey Mouse's Biggest Moments - article with nice comic strips. Short Stories: The Way Things Are; Here's $800; No One's Obscure. Serials: The Private Life of the New York Yankees (part II) - the Roaring 20's; A Gallant Lady - Carole Lombard (conclusion); From This Day Forward (part 5). Ads: Victory Bonds; *Fascinating* one-page photo ad by Canada's Department of Munitions and Supply is called "Please Don't Stare at My Pants", showing a lady in pants who is involved in war production; Nice colour Coke ad on back cover shows young couple at party table with iced bottles in bowl. Average wear. Moderate external soiling. A sound vintage copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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2 Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Titus, H.; Roberts, T.G.; Delano, E.B.; Bateman, A.; Dague, B.; Burchill, C.; Pole, M.; Olsson, C.; Mosley, L.; Brown, J.; Bayne, E.; Allen, L. National Home Monthly Magazine, April (Apr.) 1940 - Paying for the War / Spies in Holland / Sir Dudley Pound / Mysteries of Tibet's Dalai Lama
Winnipeg Stovel / National Home Monthly 1940 First Edition Paperback Good 
68 pages. Features: Colour cover illustration of golfer staring out window at rain; Colour Marboleum floors and Muroleum walls ad inside front cover; Vintage Frigidaire fridge one-page ad; News digest includes 'Munich-Mindedness', 'No Compromise', 'Re-distribution of the Earth', 'The Heroism of Finland'; Fantastic one-page colour photo Fisher Body ad provides two photos of the Dionne Quintuplets, all wearing light blue coats and with ribbons in their hair; Paying for the War; Mysteries of Tibet's Dalai Lama, the 'King Who Never Dies' - fantastic photo-illustrated article with photo of 'Little Tanchu', the Dalai Lama, and the Potala in Lhasa; Nice Little Dog (hunting short story); Spring Freshet Baby; Nothing Ever Happens; Managing Director of the Navy, Sir Dudley Pound, First Sea Lord - article with photo; Spies in Holland - Fascinating article explains how Nazi agents have been specially commissioned by the Hitler since 1933 to probe the secrets of Holland's plans for defence in the event of invastion; Loafers' Loops (short story); Bang and Go Back! - harness-racing article; Vintage half-page orange and black Alka-Seltzer ad features endorsement of the Toronto Maple Leafs and photo of them playing the New York Rangers, including Syl Apps and Gordie Drillon; Half-page Canadian Pacific ad presents the Banff Springs Hotel; *Gorgeous* 1949 Chevrolet colour centrefold ad features a maroon Special De Luxe Sport Sedan plus illustrations of a green Cabriolet, a brown four-passenger coupe, a brown Master 85 Business Coupe, and a green Town Sedan; Interested photo-illustrated Movie News; Nice photo and brief write-up of Muriel Angelus; 1/4-page illustrated ad for Canadian National's Continental Limited; Photo of world champion pacer "Billy Direct", with his celebrated trainer, Vic Fleming; No Happy Medium, Please - fashion article; Pull Up a Chair - interior design article with two funky colour photos; The Eyes Have It - beauty article; Pond's cold cream ad features photos of Lady Brigid King-Tenison and Katherryn Hernan; Another Pond's ad features photos of Miss Ridgeley Vermilye; Vintage fashion illustrations; Menus to Fit Every Budget; World Sayings; Great Heinz Spaghetti ad on back cover shows happy blonde holding steaming dish; and more. Unmarked with average wear. Binding sound. A sound copy of this fascinating wartime issue. 
Price: 750.00 USD
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3 Gleason, S.; Boone, A.; Allen, E.; Gelders, J.; Martin, R.; Johnson, G.; Barrett, F.; Et al Popular Science, March 1934, Volume 124, Number 3 - Boulder Dam Construction
New York Popular Science Publishing Co. 1934 First Edition Paperback Good 
116 pages. The following only touches upon the highlights of the considerable fascinating photos and text in this issue: Cover illustration of British patented high-speed boat on wheels; Chemists discover fortunes in common minerals; Mechanical marvels speed building of Boulder Dam; Breath-taking stunts test new transport planes; Firefly light in electric bulb; Vast counterfeiting racket floods market with fake goods; Experts seek way to save world's vanishing records (archives); Simple experiments explain Saturn's rings and canals of Mars; How the world would look if you were knee high to a fly; and much more. Ads: Great color Texaco ad inside front cover freatures illustration of speedboat Miss America X (U-10 Miss America) and her pilot Gar Wood; Nice one-page photo ad for the 1934 Plymouth Six; One-page ad for the new Airflow Chrysler; Carborundum Sharpening Stones ad features photo of model price winner Jack Wicks; Great vintage ad for Midwest Radio Corp inside back cover promotes their 16-tube all-wave radio and includes a small inset photo of Jesse Ballinger of Crawfordsville, Indiana; Nice color back cover ad for Camel cigarettes features photos of cowboy champion Eddie Woods and Mrs. Phyllis L. Potter of Montclair, New Jersey. Modest wear. Clean and unmarked. A quality vintage copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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4 Campbell, Sir Malcolm; Shepstone, Harold J.; Douglas-Hamilton, F.B.; Graves, John; Marcon, C.S.W.; Spurmos, W.E.; Bailey, R. Ernest; Allen, A.W. The Boy's Own Paper, March, 1934, Vol. LVI
London The Boy's Own Paper 1934 First Edition Paperback Good 
Pages 449-512. Features: In Peril Among the Riffs - How Sir Malcolm Campbell and Flight-Lieut. Don nearly lost their lives in North Africa - article with photos; With the Seal Hunters - photo-illustrated article on the heroic and arduous labours of the gallant fishermen for seals amongst the ice-floes of the coast of Labrador; Famous Figures in Football - G. (Geoffrey) N. Foster and Dr. R. Cove-Smith - article with photo; Sixty Years of Soccer - article with photos of William McCracken, Fanny Walden, G.O. Smith, Victor Watson, and Clifford Bastin; The Secret of Druid's Cross (mystery story); Why Keep a Log Book?; Field Hockey Tactics - article with photos; Making Morris Motors - photo-illustrated article on the manufacture of Morris cars; The Poacher's Wirelss (fiction); The Reversed Watermark (fiction); The Hooghly River - the World's Worst (article); The Story of Stamp Collecting. No table of contents. Covers loose but present. Average wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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5 Allen, E.J. The Georgian 1969-1970: Yearbook of St. George's School, Vancouver B.C.
Vancouver, B.C. St. George's School 1970 First Edition Hardcover Good 
164 pages. Average wear. Unmarked. A respectable copy. 
Price: 149.95 USD
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6 Hogg, J.E.; Archer, Capt. W. Damon; Von Blon, John L.; Carline, Richard; Darling, Eugene; Allen, Major Jack; Bailey, Elliot; Olsson, Oscar; Sarawoff, X.; Bjorklund, Revd. Gunnar; Eve, Oscar; Woolard, Warden; Shiels, George; The Wide World - True Stories of Adventure, December 1922, No. 296, Vol. 50
London George Newnes 1922 First Edition Paperback Good 
Pages 90-176, plus 24 pages of wonderful vintage ads. Many black and white photos and illustrations. Contents include: Wild Boars and Cattle Thieves; Rescuing Little Ruth; A Castle Built for a Shilling; Through the East by Air - part 5; The Man Who Turned Thief - part 5; Trapping Wild Animals Alive; The Ordeal of William McDavid; Five Thousand Miles on Foot in Central Africa - part 3; On Oath (short story); The Ranger's Story (short story); The Amateur Explorers; The Train-Wreck That Failed; My First Lynx; Is This America's Biggest Bear? Unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A sound copy of this vintage issue. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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7 Webster, F.A.M.; Lincke, C.J.; Craven, B.; Koppel, Harwood; Johns, Geoffrey; Neill, Thomas; Allen, Louis; White, J.; Chinnery, E.W.P.; E'Easum, B.C.; Jones, E.H.; Et al The Wide World Magazine, Vol. XLVI - No. 271, November (Nov.), 1920 - Adventure in Sing Sing / Ghost of the "Lycaon"
London George Newnes, Ltd. 1920 First Edition Paperback Good 
90 pages plus 16 pages of nice ads. Features: Our Hunting Trip in Brazil - dealing with giant snakes and jaguars; Photo of Sulphur Bottom Whale leaping out of water to avoid swordfish; Stalked by a Mountain Lion (cougar) - while mining in the Selkirk Mountains near Golden, British Columbia; The Leaf-Wearers of Orissa - great photo-illustrated article on these native people's of India; My Adventure in Sing Sing; Silk Mask Jim - this amazing Chicago criminal, James J. Harrigan, was head of a great thieves trust responsible for over seven hundred robberies in a single year; My Strangest Experience; A Fight on a Mountain Top - the Philippine Constabulary seeks out remnants of Aguinaldo's forces - article with photo; Into the Unknown (part 1) - chasing mountain outlaws in New Guinea ; The "Pinto" of Great Black Pine Mountain - the life and death of a wonderful wild horse in Southern Idaho; The Lifted Veil - part 5 of the story of two British officer POWs in Turkey who apply Spiritualism to escape; Where No Writ Runs - photo-illustrated article on life in the highlands of Kurdistan; The Ghost of the "Lycaon" - a steamship of the Blue Funnel Line; Wolves in Sheep's Clothing - when policement become criminals; The Rector's Story - a South African clergyman's story; Odds and Ends - photo of Arizona Gila Monster listening to phonograph. Covers beginning to detach from textblock. Average wear. A nice vintage copy. 
Price: 299.95 USD
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