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Taft, U.S. Senator Robert A.; Aikman, Duncan; Davenport, Walter; Sandburg, Carl; Johnson, Grady; Davidson, Bill; Fay, Bill; O'Day, Nell; Williams, Lawrence; Lowry, Robert; Brandon, William; Gardner, Erle Stanley; Atkinson, B.M. Jr. Listings

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1 Taft, U.S. Senator Robert A.; Aikman, Duncan; Davenport, Walter; Sandburg, Carl; Johnson, Grady; Davidson, Bill; Fay, Bill; O'Day, Nell; Williams, Lawrence; Lowry, Robert; Brandon, William; Gardner, Erle Stanley; Atkinson, B.M. Jr. Collier's, The National Weekly Magazine, October 29, 1949 - The Senseless Killing of Margaret Mitchell (author of "Gone With the Wind")
Springfield, Ohio The Crowell-Collier Publishing Company 1949 First Edition Paperback Good 
86 pages. Articles: How Much Government can Free Enterprise Stand?; The Senseless Killing of Margaret Mitchell, author of "Gone With the Wind" - article with photos; Report on the Far West - The News is Good from the Nation's "New Empire" - with focus on industrial development; Lincoln Collector, Oliver R. Barrett; Bashful Ben of the Bang-Bangs - Cowboy Ben Johnson - article with color photos; Donora, Pennsylvania - The case of the Poisoned Air - 19 died; Suppose He Had Two Eyes - Philadelphia Eagles Quarterback Tommy Thompson has one eye - article with photo. Fiction: Bootlegger's Treasure (part 1 of 4); Floodwater; O'Brien; The case of the Negligent Nymph (conclusion); Dumb Bunny. Also includes great vintage ads for: Lord Calvert Whiskey - with great full-page colour photo of illustrator Mr. Bradshaw Crandell; Western Electric (showing switchboard operator; General Electric tvs; Herbert Tareyton cigarettes - featuring colour photo of Mrs. Pierpont Morgan Hamilton; Pontiac cars; Rexall - Druggists of America; Texaco; DeSoto cars; Nash cars; Mercury cars; American Airlines (centerfold); Botany 500 men's fashions; Great two-page color photo ad for Pabst Blue Ribbon beer features Rosalind Russell, Gary Cooper, Lawrence Tibbett, Charles Laughton, Sid Luckman, Douglas Fairbanks, "Hap" Arnold, Mr. & Mrs. Jascha Heifetz, Mr. and Mrs. F. Warren Pershing and Mr. and Mrs. Jean Hersholt; GM Electro-Motive Division; Dodge Trucks; Trailways bus lines; Bicycle playing cards; Camel cigarettes (back cover) featuring bowler Joe Wilman and waterskiing stars Martha Mitchell and Margie Fletcher. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A quality vintage copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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2 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. 
Price: 299.95 USD
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