Maclean's Magazine, February 1, 1952 - South Africa's Ku Klux Klan

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

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Book Condition: Good


52 pages. Features: Nice cover art depicts an active school gym; Bagdad on the Thames - London Report by Beverley Baxter; Cigarette Smugglers Beware - Ottawa Report; Li'l Abner-themed Cream of Wheat ad; The Riddle of Louis Riel - Maclean's flashback - article with photos, part 1 of 2; South Africa's Ku Klux Klan - the Broederbond believes God made the white man to be boss - article with photos; Blizzard in the Banana Belt, by Farley Mowat - illustrated by Oscar Cahen; Vancouver Takes to the Hills - Skiiing in Vancouver - article with colour photos atop Mount Garibaldi and Grouse Mountain; Why I Work for God - The Reverend David S. Duncombe of Holy Trinity Church, Hicksville, Long Island - article with photos; The Shy Midas Behind the Ungava Iron Development - Julles Timmins- article with photos; She Cooked Dinner for the Princess - Maria Colquhoun - she is probably one of Canada's best cooks at Eagle Crest Lodge near Qualicum Beach on Vancouver Island - article with photos; How to Catch an Eagle - Winnipeg's Charles Broley is an international authority on banding eagles - article with amazing photos; "All Aboard..." - humor by Eric Nicol, illustrated by l'Amare; Bold colour centerfold ad for the 1952 Pontiac; Classy ad for the 1952 Chrysler cars; 1952 Studebaker ad inside back cover;

Title: Maclean's Magazine, February 1, 1952 - South Africa's Ku Klux Klan

Author Name: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Canadiana, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Canada, Maclean-Hunter: 1952

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 844G0505

Keywords: Maclean's Magazine, February 1, 1952 - South Africa's Ku Klux Klan school gym; Bagdad on the Thames - London Report by Beverley Baxter; Cigarette Smugglers Beware - Ottawa Report; Li'l Abner-themed Cream of Wheat ad; The Riddle of Louis Riel - Maclean's flashback - article with photos, part 1 of 2; South Africa's Ku Klux Klan - the Broederbond believes God made the white man to be boss - article with photos; Blizzard in the Banana Belt, by Farley Mowat - illustrated by Oscar Cahen; Vancouver Takes to the Hills - Skiiing in Vancouver - article with colour photos atop Mount Garibaldi and Grouse Mountain; Why I Work for God - The Reverend David S. Duncombe of Holy Trinity Church, Hicksville, Long Island - article with photos; The Shy Midas Behind the Ungava Iron Development - Julles Timmins- article with photos; She Cooked Dinner for the Princess - Maria Colquhoun - she is probably one of Canada's best cooks at Eagle Crest Lodge near Qualicum Beach on Vancouver Island - article with photos; How to Catch an Eagle - Winnipeg's Charles Broley is an international authority on banding eagles - article with amazing photos; "All Aboard..." - humor by Eric Nicol, illustrated by l'Amare; Bold colour centerfold ad for the 1952 Pontiac; Classy ad for the 1952 Chrysler cars; 1952 Studebaker Ad,