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Drew, Lieut.-Col. George A.; Slade, Christine Jope; Roberts, Leslie; Hedworth; Barbara; Lorenson, Fred I.; Wallace, W. Stewart; Wright, Sewell Peaslee; Armitage, John; Holway, Ruth; Paterson, Jack; Wynne, Anthony; Hucks, M. Frances; Et Al Listings

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1 Drew, Lieut.-Col. George A.; Slade, Christine Jope; Roberts, Leslie; Hedworth; Barbara; Lorenson, Fred I.; Wallace, W. Stewart; Wright, Sewell Peaslee; Armitage, John; Holway, Ruth; Paterson, Jack; Wynne, Anthony; Hucks, M. Frances; et al Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, August 1, 1931: Salesmen of Death - The Truth About War-Makers
Toronto Maclean Publishing 1931 First Edition Paperback Good 
64 pages. Features: Nice color/photo ad for Quaker Puffed Rice and Puffed Wheat inside front cover; Great full-page ad with photos for International Trucks; Full-page photo ad for Cream of Wheat features baby; Salesmen of Death - The Truth About War Makers - "This Frankenstein monster must be smashed or it will smash civilization", by Lieut.-Col. George A. Drew - article with photos of Dr. William B. Shearer and Sir Basil Zaharoff; Backstage at Ottawa; Air-Minded - short story; The Empress of Britain - article with great photos of/in this Canadian-owned vessel which holds the record as the fastest liner plying between Europe and North America; The Fourth Bridesmaid - short story; What's Wrong with our Lacrosse? - writer mourns Canada's first defeat at the hands of the United States; The Strange Case of Dr. King - short story; The New Partner - short story; Sciene Aids the Airman - J.H. Parkin and aeronautical research at the National Research Laboratories in Ottawa - article with photos; Don't Let Her Worry - short story; Back of the Hump - a vivid pen picture of Canada's newest national park - the Riding Mountain Reserve in Manitoba - with photos; The Silver Scale - short story; Stalin's Rule is Autocratic - the world's most powerful ruler according to many; Photo and bried story of the world's richest man, The Nizam of Hyderabad; Communism and the Ukrainians - a fascinating long letter by Arthur O. Rose of Hafford, Saskatchewan; Brickbats and Bouquets; Wonderful Canadian Nationa (CN) full-page black and white photo ad promotes their Montreal to Toronto service - 334 miles in 360 minutes; The Secret of Successful Salad Dressings - article with recipes; Crossword; Consider the Lily; Bankers adopt more hopeful attitude toward foregin bonds; Colour ad for Kodak Verichrome film on back cover. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound, informative and pleasing vintage issue. 
Price: 349.95 USD
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2 Langdon, Steven; Butson, Tom; Lemelin, Claude; Barbeau, Jacques; Brodie, Dr. Elizabeth; MacLennan, Hugh; Mowat, Farley; Frayne, Trent; Newman, Christina; Frum, Barbara; Stewart, Walter; Burke, Martyn; Hofsess, John; Macfarlane, John; Cameron, Donald Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, August 1971 - Margaret and Pierre Trudeau Cover Photo
Toronto Maclean Hunter 1971 First Edition Paperback Fair 
64 pages. Features: Jack Barbeau's Canada; The Dangers of the New Promiscuity; Canada consists of two solitudes that meet and greet in hope and hate; On Being (Farley) Mowat; As French Canadian as Baseball - The Expos are more fun than the FLQ; Pierre and Margaret Trudeau - Our Heroes on the Russian Front - What does it mean when the boureois leader of a third-rank power pays a state visit to the USSR in the company of his beautiful bride? - article with colour photos of the Trudeaus in Russia; Thanks Darling for Making Me What I Am Today - stories and photos of celebrity couples - Mrs. Rompin' Ronnie Hawkins, Mrs. Pierre Berton, Mrs. Gordon Sinclair, Mrs. Thomas BataMrs. Robert Bourassa, Mrs. Jean Beliveau, plus write-ups for Mrs. Harold Town and Mrs. John Bassett; In the Heart of the Art of Lunenburg; and more. Above-average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. 
Price: 149.95 USD
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3 Stewart, Dr. H. L.; Bradbury, Bianca; Bateman, Arnold; Openheim, E. Phillips; Thompson, Gwenda; Perkins, D.W.; Polloy, Paul; Murray, Arch; Munro, Barbara; Reed, E.C.; Et al National Home Monthly Magazine, April (Apr.) 1946 - Charles Luther Burton, C.B.E. / Goody Rosen
Winnipeg Stovel / National Home Monthly 1946 First Edition Paperback Good 
72 pages. Features: Lovely cover illustration of nautical scene by John Phillips; Lovely colour Canada Dry ad; Nostalgic one-page colour-photo Canadian National features roadside view in Jasper, Alberta; Will 'Secret Service' Split the U.N.O.?; Austin F. Cross becomes Ottawa correspondent; Lovely Swift's Premium one-page colour ad features Easter ham; Quink ink colour ad; One-page Canadian Pacific ad features dining car view of east coast lighthouse; London to Rome - photo-illustrated article on the first civilian drive across Europe since the war; The Shortest Week End (fiction); The Next Time You See Paris - photo-illustrated article in the Folies Bergere; Even If Forever (fiction); Operation Muskox - photo-illustrated article on postwar geographical, military and, possibly, political plotting for Canada's north; Goody Rosen - The Kid Who Wouldn't Quit - photo-illustrated article on this Canadian who played for the Brooklyn Dodgers; The Great West Raid (fiction); In the Garden (fiction); Ottawa Roundup; Man of the Month - Charles Luther Burton, C.B.E., President of Robert Simpson Company Limited; Jergens Lotion ad features photo of Virginia Mayo; Arrid ad features photo of Jessica Dragonette; Baby's First Days; Advances in Science; Nice one-page colour Waterman's pen ad features dancing lovelies; Be Nice to Your Nylons; Blue Top Brewing Co. one-page ad features "The Economical Home"; Page of Hollywood fashion patterns; Nice Singer Sewing Macine one-page photo ad; Charming colour ad for Heinz Baby Foods inside back cover shows doctor with stethoscope and infant; One-page TAngee ad features illustration of Mrs. Joseph Cotten; Attractive half page colour Lux and Woodbury ads feature illustrations of Gene Tierney and Marsha Hunt respectively; Colour Ovaltine ad inside back cover with heavy emphasis on nutrition; Nice colour back cover ad for McClary/GSW kitchen applilances features young housewife in blue dress; and more. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A quality vintage copy. 
Price: 299.95 USD
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4 Stewart, Barbara SHE SHOOTS.SHE SCORES----A Complete Guide To Women's Hockey
Canada Doubleday Canada 1993 0385254261 / 9780385254267 First Edition Paperback Good 
0385254261 202 pages. The ideal book for anyone wanting to learn more about the sport of women's hockey. An essential guide for players, coaches, parents, and fans of all ages. The first book to explain all angles of interest to the young player. Clean and unmarked with light wear. Some curl to front cover. Solid working copy in glossy colour covers. 
Price: 39.95 USD
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5 Peteran, Beth; Locke, Jeannine; Wagner, Arlo T.; Stewart, Walter; Elwood, Marjorie; West, Barbara; Barrie, Anne; Knight, James; Rasky, Frank Star Weekly Magazine, April 24, 1965 - Harry Peteran is Shoemaker at Sick Kid's Hospital
Canada Toronto Star Limited 1965 First Edition Paperback Good 
40 pages. Features: Colour photo ad for the 1965 Pontiac Parisienne Custom Sport Coupe; Harry Peteran - Shoemaker at Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children; Jacqueline (Jackie) Kennedy's Fight to Live Her Own Life; Photo of Daliah Lavi; Moonshine & Cookies (fiction); Climbing Through British Columbia - article with great colour photos; How to fill your freezer and live off the fat of the land; The Case of the Disappearing TV - locating televisions in 'hidden' places in homes; Free Shopping Spree - Ruth Buckerfield loads her shopping cart for 6 minutes at an IGA grocery store in North York; Young London Goes Ladylike - great colour and black and white fashion photos of designs by Emmanuelle Khahn, David Bond, Bates, John, Kiki Byrne and Roger Nelson; The Rites of Spring - watching pickerel spawn at Gamebridge, Ontario - article with photos; What Ails Dr. Ben Casey? - a visit with TV's Vince Edwards; Rural Route comic strip by Walter Ball; Montmorency comic. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
Price: 149.95 USD
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