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1 Scott, M.G.; Scott, W.B. Atlantic Fishes of Canada
Canada University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division 1988 0802057128 / 9780802057129 First Edition Hardcover Very Good Very Good 
0802057128 731 pages. Canada Bulletin of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences No. 219. Replaces "Fishes of the Atlantic Coast of Canada" as the authoritative reference in its field. It will be invaluable to all involved in the fisheries resource and its allied studies." - from dust jacket. Clean and bright with light wear. Prior owner's name in marker upon fore-edge of text. A quality copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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2 Stewart, Dr. H.L.; McGraw, M.H.; Walters, C.L.; Cleaver, H.; Scott, W.; Thornbill, M.; Albert, H.A.; Murray, D.; Bayne, E.G.; Trimble, A.C.; France, B.; Et al National Home Monthly Magazine, June 1942 - Hounds in Harness / The War of Axis Lies / Government of Canada Ad Says Men Must Pick Up Their Guns and Fight!
Winnipeg Home Publishing Company / National Home Monthly 1942 First Edition Paperback Good 
60 pages. Features: Marvelous colour ad for the Banff Springs Hotel inside front cover; Nice Anaconda ad shows factory worker with lunch bucket heading to work beneath caption "Night Fighter"; News digest includes 'Failure of Sir Stafford Cripps', 'India is like old Eire', 'Next step in India', 'Arch-traitor Pierry Laval returns to Vichy'; Trans-Canada Telephone System one-page ad encourages readers to call 'station-to-station' rather than 'person-to-person' to preserve wartime bandwidth; Editorial discusses cutting frills; One-page ad sponsored by Canadian Industry spells out their contribution to the Canadian war effort; Love Comes to the Wedding; Hounds in Harness - great photo-illustrated article explains many uses of dogs for man's service; Green Cedars (short story); The War of Axis Lies - great article on war disinformation, with samples of doctored photos used to mislead viewers; Anything but Backward (short story); The Body in the Box (short story); Motors on the Warpath - photo-illustrated article on General Motors and its huge contribution to Canada's war effort, including photo of General McNaughton inspecting vehicle at Oshawa plant; Great one-page illustrated ad for the Department of Munitions and Supply for Canada shows brave pioneer farmers reaching for their muskets to defend against enemies (whereas current governments would probably refer to such men as terrorists); One-page Westinghouse ad oultines ways to save energy in the home, leaving more for war production; "What's Cookin' in Hollywood' - article with photos of Hedy La Marr, Judy Garland, Ruth Hussey, Tyrone Power and Marsha Hunt cooking in their kitchens; Ads featuring photos of Miss Betty Cordon and Paulette Goddard; Photo and write-up of Rise Stevens; Preparing for Parenthood - article; On the Kitchen Front - article about open air meals, long cool drinks, eggs and what you can do with them, bread, and the roast of the month; Beauty and Fashions article; Canadian General Electric ad features "A Victory Diet"; Quotes from around the world; National War Finance Committee ad for War Savings Stamps inside back cover features lady 'loading a rifle by licking a stamp'; *Sensational* wartime colour Coke ad on back cover shows bottle being held by muscular arm with sleeve rolled up and coveralls; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A sound copy of this excellent wartime issue. 
Price: 299.95 USD
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3 Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Dague, B.; Bateman, A.; Scott, W.; Ewer, M.; raawlings, M.; Mosley, L.; Fitz-Gerald, W.; Brown, J.; Bayne, E.; Russell, G. Leslie National Home Monthly Magazine, March (Mar.) 1940 - Between the Devil and the Zuider Zee
Winnipeg Stovel / National Home Monthly 1940 First Edition Paperback Good 
68 pages. Features: Nice colour-photo Oldsmobile ad inside front cover features yellow and blue models from 1940; Nice colour-photo ad for Singer sewing machines; News digest includes the Graf von Spee Affair, a new moral arithmetic, Nazi view of suicide, and United States of Europe?; Loafers' Loops (short story, part 1); The Perfect Crime (short story); Between the Devil and the Zuider Zee - photo-illustrated article - dispatch from the Dutch bordertown of Kerkrade; Lovers' Meeting (short story); In the Mother of Parliaments - photo-illustrated article on the pageantry of the people's rule in Britain for a thousand years; The Yearling (conclusion of story about a deer); Ice Age - nice article on figure skating which includes photo of Ralph McCreath and Norah McCarthy, king and queen of Canadian skaters; Great half-page blue and white Alka-Seltzer ad includes photos of Toronto Maple Leaf players Sweeney Schriner, "Turk" Broda, and Red Horner; Movie news and photos; Photos of Priscilla Lane in Lux soap ad; Photo of Miss Madeleine Hill in Woodbury soap ad; Corn Flakes ad includes photo of W.B. Cross, Tea Taster and Blender for Mellocup Tea; The House That Fancy Builds - interesting colour-photo-illustrated interior/home design article; Fashion illustrations; (Female) Figures Don't Lie; Excellent one-page photo-illustrated Pond's ad includes photos of Mrs. Robert L. Simpson of Unionville, and Air Hostess Miss June Rothe; Article on vitamins; Quotes from around the world; Gorgeous colour Coke ad inside back cover features server girl holding lunch tray; Back cover colour-illustrated ad for Graded Canadian Beef; and more. Unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A sound copy of this fascinating wartime issue. 
Price: 299.95 USD
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4 Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Knight, C.; Williams, B.A.; Scott, W.; Horn, H.; Slocombe, G.; Lutze, O.; Rutledge, J.; Koehler, H.; Bayne, E.; Bridge, M.; Day, G.; Griffis, E.; Berg, J.; Et al National Home Monthly Magazine, May 1941 - Slave Labour Under the Nazi Scourge / Inside the Gestapo / Norway Fights On / The Maple Leaf Fund
Winnipeg Stovel / National Home Monthly 1941 First Edition Paperback Good 
72 pages. Features: "Canada is Strong", one-page ad shows Canadian farmer tilling land; One-page Singer sewing machine ad features Mrs. S. Armstrong of Montreal; News Digest discusses Yugolsavia's 'purge', Slav vs. Teuton again, Washington News, and an 'inside job' for Hitler; Frigidaire ad; We Blockade the Continent - article with fascinating map explains wartime trade complications; Slave Labour Under the Nazi Scourge - Fascinating photo-illustrated article written by Oskar Lutze, a former trade-union official of Berlin; The Slide on Short Mountain (short story); War and Canada's Golden Age - article explains how Canada will benefit from WWII; The Designing Wench (short story); The Running Man (short story); Inside the Gestapo - conclusion of fascinating article about a strange and fatal bunch of documents, with photos of Franz von Papen and Countess Vera Fugger; Bluff by Holloway Horn (short story); The Woes of Wives; Longines watch ad includes photo of Sir Hubert Wilkins; Gay Garden Gadgets; Half-page Canadian Pacific ad for the Banff Springs Hotel; Hollywood news and photos; Photo of Norma Shearer in Woodbury cold cream ad; Nostalgic 1941 Chevrolet centrefold ad encourages readers to be "Feature-Wise", with illustrations of dozens of features available in their cars; Men and Their Wardrobes; Treasure in Strange Places; With Love from the Luftwaffe - article on German bombing of Britain; Birth of a Lipstick; Maple Leaf Fund - article with photo of Victor T. Goggin, President of the Fund; Department of National War Services half-page ad says "Save Scrap Metals, Rags, Paper and Bones"; Norway Fights On - one year after the Germans invaded; Watch Your Step; The Small Room (short story); Swimming and Health; Serve Them, They Serve You - cooking article with recipes; Fashion illustrations; Classy War Savings Certificates ad inside back cover shows mother with kids on hilltop and her 'pledge to them - and to Canada'; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. Binding sound. A quality copy of this extraordinary wartime issue. 
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