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1 Johnson, Allen A Retrospective of the Drawings
USA Oberlin College 1982 0942946006 / 9780942946000 First Edition Paperback Good 
0942946006 95 pages. Illustrated in colour and black and white. Unmarked. Moderate wear. Title page almost free of binding. A sound copy. 
Price: 99.95 USD
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2 Hutton, Eric; Berton, Pierre; Johnstone, Ken; Dugan, James; Sangster, Dorothy; Allen, R.T.; Percival, Lloyd; Hutton, E.; Scott, Jack; Collins, Bob; Johnson, Vera; Gray, John; et al Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, April (Apr.) 15, 1953 - British West Indies Want to Join Canada / New Brunswick Prospecting / 3D Movies / Cinerama
Montreal Maclean Hunter 1953 First Edition Paperback Good 
96 pages. Features: Cover art by Oscar Cahen shows different movie theatre lineups; One-page Birks Jewellers ad; Fantastic one-page colour-photo ad for International Trucks shows six trucks; Editorial - An Epitaph for Stalin; Why Derek Bentley Had to Hang; Backstage at Ottawa - Social Credit Feels Its Oats; Nice one-page colour-photo ad for GE's Roto-Cold fridge; The British West Indies Want to Join Canada - bonus-length feature article; How Elizabeth Was Taught to Rule - part 3 of 7 of a series on the family in Buckingham Palace - article with great royalty photos; Our Illegal Federal Elections - most of our lawmakers publish innacurate statements of their campaign expenses - who comes across with the money, and what do they get for it?; The Scramble for New Brunswick's New Millions - prospecting in the forests around Bathurst, N.B. - photo-illustrated article, including Jimmy Boylen, Pat Meahan and E.G. Eddy; The Long Night (short story); The Movies Stake Their Life on the 3-D (3D) Revolution; Louis B. Mayer Bounces back at age 67 as the Big Boss of Cinerama; How to Live With a Woman; Our Flabby Muscles Are a National Disgrace - great article by Lloyd Percival, Director of Sports College; Subject Centaur (short story); Leonard Walter Brockington - photo-illustrated article; Whitehorse is Heaven for a Single Girl - photo-illustrated article; Article on Diamonds, and how they remain popular; One-page colour Good Year ad features illustrations of fourteen vintage autos; Nostalgic one-page colour ad for Leonard Fridges; Sweet Caps (Caporals) cigarette ad features puffing majorette; Nice one-page colour Pontiac features a red 1953 Laurentian Sport Coupe and a blue Laurentian 4-door sedan; One-page colour ad for the 1953 Ford Customline; Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS) ad features photo of young William Keeler of West Hill, Ontario; Very nostalgic one-page General Motors ad features photos of car-making at Oshawa, auto-parts making at St. Catherines, appliance-making at Scarborough and locomotive-making at London; Nice Nexzema one-page photo ad features lovely Betty Hickman of Toronto and Helen Schmick of Winnipeg; Nice one-page colour ad for Gibson fridges; One-page illustrated ad for 1953 Mercury Trucks; Vintage one-page Air France ad asks "Going to Calcutta?"; Gar Wood ad features photo of the home of Mr. McCallum of Chatham, Ontario; One-page Chevrolet Truck ad features "Comfort in the Cab"; Elegant colour Coke ad on back cover features ballet dancers; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. Small chip from bottom corner of front cover. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue. 
Price: 299.95 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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