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1 Arnold, James All Drawn by Horses
United Kingdom David & Charles 1979 0715376829 / 9780715376829 First Edition Hardcover Fair Fair 
0715376829 142 pages. Index. Diagrams and black and white photos. "A celebration of horse-drawn transport, this book combines the author's superb illustrations - at the same time technically accurate and decorateive - with descriptive text." - from dust jacket. Above-average wear. Usual library markings. Binding intact. A sound reference copy. 
Price: 44.95 USD
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2 Velie, Lester; Stavisky, Sam; Aswell, James; Boal, Sam; McPherson, C.L. "Steve"; Arnold, Oren; White, William S.; White, John W.; Child, Charles B.; Corrigan, Barbara; O'Day, Nell; Williams, Lawrence; Stern, Richard; Peters, Matthew; Mayse, Arthur Collier's, The National Weekly Magazine, October 29, 1949 - Pilotless Fighter Plane of Tomorrow / General Omar Bradley
Springfield, Ohio The Crowell-Collier Publishing Company 1949 First Edition Paperback Good 
94 pages. Articles: New Menace in Missouri - Charles (Boss) Binaggio and criminality - article with photos; Can the C.I.O. Get Rid of the Commies?; The Town the G.I.s called "Smith" - Natchitoches, Louisiana - article with nice photos; Pilotless Fighter Plane of Tomorrow - a convincing argument that machines are about to outdistance us mortals, with nice color illustrations by Birney Lettick - a very prescient article; What Gives in Rasslin'? - article with fantastic photos of wrestlers including Gorgeous George, Jim Londos, Bronko Nagurski, Maurice Tillet (the angel), Lee Henning, Sandor Szabo, Man Mountain Dean, Ernie Dusek, Strangler Lewis; Nicest Guy in Washington - General Omar Bradley; Strangest Garden in the World - At the Argonne National Laboratory Dr. Norbert J. Scully produces radioactive drugs and other plant products which cannot be manufactured - article with photo. Fiction: One Came Back; A Dinner For Lily; Bootleger's Treasure (part 2 of 4); Decorator's Helper; Where They Make the Wine; No Need to Hustle. Includes these nice vintage ads; Borden - featuring Elsie the Cow; Willys Station Wagon (Jeep); International Trucks; Oldsmobile cars; Arro Shirts; Firestone; Plymouth; Hickok men's accessories; Haband Company Ties (nice two-page color ad); Fisher body; Canada Dry; Dodge cars; Mallory hats; Del Monte Catsup; New Hudson cars; United Aircraft; Silver Star razor blades - featuring several notable men; Monarch canned fruit and veggies (nice colour full-page); Nice Sheaffer's pen ad on back cover. Three-inch opening to bottom of cover fold. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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3 Morgenthau, Hans; Toynbee, Arnold J.; Teller, Edward; Dale, Edwin L. Jr.; Popkin, Henry; Streit, Pierre; Morris, James; Salzman, Eric; Canaday, John; Kahn, David; Sullivan, Frank The New York Times Magazine, November 27, 1960 - Aaron Copland
New York The New York Times Company 1960 First Edition Paperback Fair 
148 pages. Features: JFK - Alone With Himself and History; The White House - Office, Shrine, Palace and Home - photos; The Wave of the Future - an argument that America must recapture her pioneering spirit to capture the imaginations of the uncommitted nations of the world; Perilous Illusion - Secrecy is Security - Edward Teller argues that free discussion in the nuclear field could strengthen the free world militarily and morally; Two Instincts Tug at Europe - unity vs. nationalism - article with hotos; ; Williams, Osborne, or Beckett? - each is a leader of drama in his nation - article with photos; Remote Views of Us - views of the American way from the 'man in the street' in Asia and the Middle East; Again the Timeless Flow of Ritual - photo-illustrated article on England's pomp and circumstance; Dean of Our Composers at 60 - Aaron Copland - article with photo; Portraits - Self and Other - the current Whistler Exhibition at Knoedler's; LGCN OTUU Willwqh Wl Etfown - how military codes can influence the cold war; Uncivil Thoughts on the Civil War - difficulties which may loom as the 100th anniversary of you know what nears; Official photos of Beijing (Peiping) welcoming foreign dignitaries recently - U Nu, Sekou Toure, Abbas Ferhat and Panchen Erdeni; Color-photo one-page ad for the SS President Polk which will be sailing 'round the world May 27th; Space age art show; Ladies' resort fashion photos (striking photos by Hiro) and sketches; Photo of Port Authority Bus Terminal contrasted with renderings of how it will appear after expansion; Vacations from Parenthood? - should parents leave children behind while taking vacations?; Cranberry recipes; Nice one-page color Christmas ad for the Red Carpet Fruit Club - boxed fruit gifts from Myron Foster's Hesperian Orchards, Wenatchee, WA; Color ad for MIssion Pak orchard-fresh Christmas gifts from California; Full-page ad for the s.s. United States (3 business days to Europe) featuring photo of Mr. W.S. Morrison, President, U.S. Steel Export Company, with Commodore John W. Anderson on the deck of the ship; Cobbs color ad for Christmas gifts (in poor condition) on back cover; Numerous gorgeous color-photo fashion ads, our favorite being the one for Surprise lingerie.. Front cover - featuring JFK and Jackie - in very poor condition. Lower corner of most pages nibbled away - some text affected. Uncommon, thus worth preserving. If you are concerned about condition, please do not order this item. 
Price: 149.95 USD
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4 Ehrlich, Arnold; Jahoda, Gloria; Barker, Dudley; Morris, James; Menen, Aubrey; Dinkins, Stephanie; et al Venture - The Traveller's World (Magazine), December / January 1968, Vol. 4 / No. 6
USA Travelventures Inc./ Cowles 1968 First Edition Paperback Good 
162 pages. Features: India - the eternal countenance; The Little Big World of Scottsdale; Tallahassee; Chioggia; Madras to Kipling Country; Christmas in New York; Life on top of the world in Switzerland; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Binding sound. A quality copy. 
Price: 49.95 USD
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5 Quig, James; Pearson, Lester B.; Smith, Arnold; O'Brien, AndyFranklin, Stephen; Klyn, Doyle; Oliver, Margo Weekend Magazine, Vol. 19, No. 8 - February 22, 1969 - Buddy Daye of Halifax on Cover
Victoria, British Columbia Victoria Daily Times 1969 First Edition Paperback Very Good 
28 pages. Features: A Walk with Buddy Daye - Black life in Halifax - article with photos; Why the Commonwealth must survive; Full-page colour photo ad for the 1969 Pontiac Beaumont; Hockey in the Desert! - The Phoenix Roadrunners - article with *Magnificent* photo of the team - in full gear - in the desert complete with net and cactii in background! - players pictured include: Alf Pike, Rick Charron, Ken Broderick, Aut Erickson, Jim Paterson, ted Snell, Harry Shaw, Bob Charlebois, Andre Pronovost, Regent cote, Rollie Wilcox, Bill Gray, Tommy McVie, Leo Thiffault, Morris Stefaniw, Sandy Hucul, Bob Kabel, Dick Lamoureux, Doug Dunville and Tom Polonic; Rober Goulet has worry bumps - article with photo; Canada's gardener John Bradshaw in colour photo ad for Salada tea; Rolls you can bank on - with recipes; Printed by newspapers across Canada as a weekend supplement. Unmarked with moderate wear. A nice vintage copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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