Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, 1 January 1954 - Roy Thomson


48 pages. Features: Magnificent cover art by Winter depicts a rural pond hockey game and locale - quintessential Canadiana!; Backstate at Ottawa - Igor Gouzenko, White and Pearson; Superb two-page colour photo ad for Admiral's line of televisions; Roy Thomson has bought more newspapers than any other Canadian in history... now he has broken into Britain by buying Edinburgh's famous Scotsman - article with photos; It's No Fun Being Funny - Johnny Wayne and Frank Shuster are Canada's top comedians; How We Fought Polio in the Arctic - the story of the 'mystery disease' which caused the quarantine of a vast Arctic area in 1949, told by the doctor who struggled almost singlehanded to stem it - Dr. Joseph P. Moody; Karsh photos of Calgary during Stampede Week; The Alien - Chapter 8 of W.O. Mitchell's work; Clyde Gilmour Picks the Best and Worst Movies of 1953 - with photos; The Last Run of the I'm Alone - on 22 March 1929 rumrunner John Randell had his vessel blown out of the water by the Coast Guard; Nice colour photo ad for Jordan Challenge Sherry features photo of Mrs. Lomer Gouin, the wife of a Montreal Lawyer; and more. Large piece missing from back cover. Name on address label stroked out. Average wear. A great vintage issue.

Title: Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, 1 January 1954 - Roy Thomson

Author Name: Hannon, Leslie F.; Wayne, Johnny; Shuster, Frank; Moody, Joseph P.; De Groot Van Embden, W.; Gilmour, Clyde; Bannerman, James; Mitchell, W.O.; Et al

Categories: Canadiana, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Toronto, Maclean Hunter: 1954

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Fair

Seller ID: 449G1252

Keywords: Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, 1 January 1954 pond hockey game and locale - quintessential Canadiana!; Backstate at Ottawa - Igor Gouzenko, White and Pearson; Superb two-page colour photo ad for Admiral's line of televisions; Roy Thomson has bought more newspapers than any other Canadian in history... now he has broken into Britain by buying Edinburgh's famous Scotsman - article with photos; It's No Fun Being Funny - Johnny Wayne and Frank Shuster are Canada's top comedians; How We Fought Polio in the Arctic - the story of the 'mystery disease' which caused the quarantine of a vast Arctic area in 1949, told by the doctor who struggled almost singlehanded to stem it - Dr. Joseph P. Moody; Karsh photos of Calgary during Stampede Week; The Alien - Chapter 8 of W.O. Mitchell's work; Clyde Gilmour Picks the Best and Worst Movies of 1953 - with photos; The Last Run of the I'm Alone - on 22 March 1929 rumrunner John Randell had his vessel blown out of the water by the Coast Guard; Nice colour photo ad for Jordan Challenge Sherry features photo of Mrs. Lomer Gouin, ,