Maclean's Magazine, July 15, 1954

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Good


Features: Cover illustration of a sailing scene by William Winter; Allis-Chalmers - Tractor Division colour ad inside front cover extolls the virtues of the new technique of sanitary landfilling; Woodbury Shampoo ad; Nice full-page colour ad for the Oldsmobile ninety-eight deluxe holiday coupe; My Small War with Educators - Dr. Hilda Neatby replies to the detractors of her book 'So Little for the Mind'; 4-H and the Haights of Floral, Saskatchewan - how the eight Haight kids learned rural leadership and efficiency from the 4-H club and helped their father turn a failing farm into a prosperous prize winner - article with many photos; The Race for the Donkerbos Diamonds - story by John Karl; The Thousand Islands - where everyone wants to own an island; What it takes to be a Mountie - Part II of The Mounties, by Alan Phillips; A Cargo of Brides - part 9 of The White and The Gold, by Thomas B. Costain; How I Became a French Chef, by Max Rosenfeld - with photos; What it's like to be half-divorced - Thousands of Canadians are prisoners of our strict marital laws, by Dorothy Sangster; The Art of Losing a Lawsuit, by Harry McNeill; Colour ad for Heinz Soups; Massey-Harris-Ferguson colour photo ad inside back cover proclaims increased farm productivity with their equipment; Coke ad on back cover shows lady with white had and grey and white striped dress. Average wear. Address label on front cover. 2"x2" chip from fore-edge of back cover. A sound copy.