Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, December 1, 1928 *A.J. Casson Cover Art*

By: Multiple Contributors

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Book Condition: Good


92 pages. Lovely A.J. Casson painting of a bustling winter street on front cover Features: Great vintage photo ad for the New International "Special Delivery" Truck; Cream of Wheat ad claims it keeps pupils more alert; When Men Kill for Whisky - Millionaire Carling Breweries Executive Sam Low of Walkerville, Ontario was kidnapped by Gangsters for a $35k ransom - great photo-illustrated article about rum-running between Windsor, Ontario and Detroit; Brummagen Love, by Thelma Rudge; What I Learned from Europe, by Ontario Premier G. Howard Ferguson; Ottawa-Vancouver in 32 Hours - The Stirring Story of Canada's First Transcontinental Air Mail Flight - with photos; The Mystery of Number Nine, by Leslie McFarlane - Part 1; Louis Letourneau, Leo Dandurand and Joe Cattarinich - a colorful description of the adventures and achievements of The Three Musketeers of Modern Sport; Canada's Pictorial War Records - Adequate Housing Required, by W.W. Murray; Lights in the Windows, by Lillian Beynon Thomas; Full-colour colour reproduction of painting "Canada's Answer" by Norman Wilkinson, R.I.; The Work Cure - Vetcraft has brought health, happiness and economic being to hundreds of veterans; By Especial Corespondent, by Geoffrey Hewelcke; The Devil Guards His Own, by Victor Lauriston; Amazing photo of Malahat Drive on Vancouver Island - not much more than a couple of ruts through the forest; Nice ad for the De Soto Six, by Chrysler; "New York Now Huge Negro City - Black Invasion of Harlem"; Art Deco-style ad for the New Frigidaire refrigerator; Science Teaching Weather Control - Man has made enormous progress in combat with nature; Fantastic colour full-page ad for Packard cars; Great colour full-page ad for Wahl-Eversharp Pens, Pencils, Desk Sets; Wonderful full-page ad for Erector Set toys; Color ad for Chipso Laundry Soap; *Magnificent* Colour Centerfold ad for Parker Duofold Pens, Pencils and Duettes; Great full-page colour ad for Westclox Clocks; Ad for Mueller Faucets of Sarnia, Ontario; "Let the Laundry Do It" - a two-colour ad encouraging readers to let laundries clean their clothes; Nice Hupmobile Ad for their Century Six and Eight; Colour photo ad for Kodak cameras; Lovely colour full-page ad for Moirs Chocolates; Article about collector Walter McRaye; Buses Hurt British Railways - with photo of their first auto Pullman which allows passengers to sleep on the bus; The Road to Perth - short history article by Donald McNicol; Ad for the T-N Toilet which promises to 'banish embarrassment' because it is quiet; Colour ad for Swift's Premium Hams and Bacon; Two-Colour full-page Christmas-themed ad for Eveready flashlights and batteries; Home-Made Christmas Gifts; Short write-up and photo of Elizabeth Styring Nutt; Rug Magic, by Mary Agnes Pease; Stewart Warner radio ad; Business Article - "Adventuring in Speculation is Highly Specialized Business"; Colour ad fo Sun-Maid Puffed seeded Muscat Raisins inside back cover. Average wear to textblock. Crossword completed on page 83 otherwise unmarked. Chips and openings along cover fold. Covers loose as one but present. Back cover in rough shape. Particularly wonderful content to go with the excellent front cover artwork.

Title: Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, December 1, 1928 *A.J. Casson Cover Art*

Author Name: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Canadiana, Canadian History, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Toronto, The Maclean Publishing Company: 1928

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 144C7692

Keywords: Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, December 1, 1928 A.J. Casson Cover Art A. Earl Godfrey A.J. Casson painting of a bustling winter street on front cover Features: Great vintage photo ad for the New International "Special Delivery" Truck; Cream of Wheat ad claims it keeps pupils more alert; When Men Kill for Whisky - Millionaire Carling Breweries Executive Sam Low of Walkerville, Ontario was kidnapped by Gangsters for a $35k ransom - great photo-illustrated article about rum-running between Windsor, Ontario and Detroit; Brummagen Love, by Thelma Rudge; What I Learned from Europe, by Ontario Premier G. Howard Ferguson; Ottawa-Vancouver in 32 Hours - The Stirring Story of Canada's First Transcontinental Air Mail Flight - with photos; The Mystery of Number Nine, by Leslie McFarlane - Part 1; Louis Letourneau, Leo Dandurand and Joe Cattarinich - a colorful description of the adventures and achievements of The Three Musketeers of Modern Sport; Canada's Pictorial War Records - Adequate Housing Required, by W.W. Murray; Lights in the Windows, by Lillian Beynon Thomas; Full-colour colour reproduction of painting "Canada's Answer" by Norman Wilkinson, R.I.; The Work Cure - Vetcraft has brought health, happiness and economic being to hundreds of veterans; By Especial Corespondent, by Geoffrey Hewelcke; The Devil Guards His Own, by Victor Lauriston; Amazing photo of Malahat Drive on Vancouver Island - not much more than a couple of ruts through the forest; Nice ad for the De Soto Six, by Chrysler; "New York Now Huge Negro City - Black Invasion of Harlem"; Art Deco-style ad for the New Frigidaire refrigerator; Science Teaching Weather Control - Man has made enormous progress in combat with nature; Fantastic colour full-page ad for Packard cars; Great colour full-page ad for Wahl-Eversharp Pens, Pencils, Desk Sets; Wonderful full-page ad for Erector Set toys; Color ad for Chipso Laundry Soap; *Magnificent* Colour Centerfold ad for Parker Duofold Pens, Pencils and Duettes; Great full-page colour ad for Westclox Clocks; Ad for Mueller Faucets of Sarnia, Ontario; "Let the Laundry Do It" - a two-colour ad encouraging readers to let laundries clean their clothes; Nice Hupmobile Ad for their Century Six and Eight; Colour photo ad for Kodak cameras; Lovely colour full-page ad for Moirs Chocolates; Article about collector Walter McRaye; Buses Hurt British Railways - with photo of their first auto Pullman which allows passengers to sleep on the bus; The Road to Perth - short history article by Donald McNicol; Ad for the T-N Toilet which promises to 'banish embarrassment' because it is quiet; Colour ad for Swift's Premium Hams and Bacon; Two-Colour full-page Christmas-themed ad for Eveready flashlights and batteries; Home-Made Christmas Gifts; Short write-up and photo of Elizabeth Styring Nutt; Rug Magic, by Mary Agnes Pease; Stewart Warner radio ad; Business Article - "Adventuring in Speculation is Highly Specialized Business"; Colour ad fo Sun-Maid Puffed seeded Muscat Raisins,