Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, November 15, 1928, Volume XLI, Number 22 - Cariboo Stagecoach Driver Al Young


80 pages. Features: They All Quit Cold - photo illustrated article on the 1928 Canadian National Exhibition Swim, in which none of the 199 contestants finished, but Georges Michel was the last man to quit - and he attempted to claim the prize of $25k - article with photos of George Michel, Ethel Hertle, George Young and Ernst Vierkoetter; Canadian V.C.'s (winners of the Victoria Cross) - article with illustrations of Captain F.A.C. Scrimger and Lance-Corporal Fred Fisher; Naught Broken Save This Body (short story about air battle); The Gatineau (River's) Taming - great photo-illustrated article on how the Gatineau River was developed for hydro power generation - with photos of Olivier Lefebvre, Major Walter Blue, the great Baskatong Dam, and more; Coyote Joe (fiction); Grains of Destiny - the romantic story of how Canada's wheat wealth sprang from a stray kernel in a shipload - with photos of Dr. Charles E. Saunders and L.H. Newman; When I Acted with Terry - recollections by actor Arthur Stringer; The Lordly Vagabond - fiction concerning a trussed king, a rogue unmasked and Beauty riding to the aid of Valor; Canada's Concern in the Pacific - article in the future relationship of the British Empire and the United States as affected by their affairs in China and Japan - with photos of Port of Yokohama and photo of "The Empress of Canada" in Shanghai Harbor; Finn - short story of a shrewd Saint John skipper; The World's Toughest - photo-illustrated article on Al Young, who drove six-horse stage coaches in B.C.'s Cariboo in temperatures as low as -74 degrees; With a Nonino! - legal short story; Photo of Mackennzie King and Hon. P.C. Larking inspecting a figure for the Canadian War Memorial at the March Studios, Farnborough, England; The Victoria Order of Nurses - they nurse 3,000 patients every day - article with photos of Miss Elizabeth Smellie and Right Honorable George P. Graham; Color and More in the Bedroom - interior design article with photos. Ads: Nice one-page ad for the Essex Super Six car; The Marquise De Polignac is illustrated in a one-page photo ad for Pond's skin products; Nice one-page ad for Barrett Roofings shows roofer at work; One-page Northern Electric ad explains how they transmit power and sound; One-page Canada Dry ad shows family Christmas scene dated Dec. 25, 1928; One-page Canadian Marconi Company ad features their 6-tube battery operated receiver (radio), with cabinet by McLagan; One-page Arrow Shirt ad features pipe-smoking gent in suit; Splitdorf Radio ad; Nostalgic one-page contest announcement offers prize to the person who can create the largest list of words from the letters in the name of author L.A. Cunningham (whose photos appears in the ad); "Ceetee" underwear ad; Appleford-brand heavy waxed paper; Dodge New Senior Six car ad; Nice illustrated ad for Langmuir Luggage - with Yale pin-tumbler locks; Kotex; Stromberg-Carlson Radios; Tillson's Natural Bran; Squibb's Dental Cream; Royal Yeast Cakes; No-Mar furniture - manufactured by Malcolm & Hill, Limited, of Kitchener; One-page Ovaltine features lady on bed with nerves which need soothing; Moirs Chocolates; Weed tire chains by the Dominion Chain Company; Handsome one-page red and black ad for Rogers brushing lacquer; Seaman-Kent Hardwood Flooring; Westclox; Heinz Cream of Tomato Soup; The "Mona Lisa" doll by the Reliable Toy Company (with photo); Vintage one-page orange and black illustrated ad for "The Makers of Canada" book series is entitled "The Campbells Are Coming" and talks of the history of Scotchmen in settling Canada's west; Willard Batteries - one page in red and black; The United Bond Company of Toronto; Please note: back cover missing. Pages 17-18 missing - contained colour plates of war paintings. Pages 67-68 missing.(probably contained ads). A worthy vintage copy.

Title: Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, November 15, 1928, Volume XLI, Number 22 - Cariboo Stagecoach Driver Al Young

Author Name: Cowan, James A.; Murray, W.; Atlee, B.; Strathglass, A.; Loomis, J.; Dexter, G.; Stringer, A.; Shaw, B.; Fox, F.; Cunningham, L.; Middleton, J.; Pease, M.; Blue, A.

Categories: Canadian History, Canadiana, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Toronto, The Maclean Publishing Company: 1928

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Fair

Seller ID: 301G3808

Keywords: Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, November 15, 1928, Volume XLI, Number 22 - Cariboo Stagecoach Driver Al Young V.O.N. They All Quit Cold - photo illustrated article on the 1928 Canadian National Exhibition Swim, in which none of the 199 contestants finished, but Georges Michel was the last man to quit - and he attempted to claim the prize of $25k - article with photos of George Michel, Ethel Hertle, George Young and Ernst Vierkoetter; Canadian V.C.'s (winners of the Victoria Cross) - article with illustrations of Captain F.A.C. Scrimger and Lance-Corporal Fred Fisher; Naught Broken Save This Body (short story about air battle); The Gatineau (River's) Taming - great photo-illustrated article on how the Gatineau River was developed for hydro power generation - with photos of Olivier Lefebvre, Major Walter Blue, the great Baskatong Dam, and more; Coyote Joe (fiction); Grains of Destiny - the romantic story of how Canada's wheat wealth sprang from a stray kernel in a shipload - with photos of Dr. Charles E. Saunders and L.H. Newman; When I Acted with Terry - recollections by actor Arthur Stringer; The Lordly Vagabond - fiction concerning a trussed king, a rogue unmasked and Beauty riding to the aid of Valor; Canada's Concern in the Pacific - article in the future relationship of the British Empire and the United States as affected by their affairs in China and Japan - with photos of Port of Yokohama and photo of "The Empress of Canada" in Shanghai Harbor; Finn - short story of a shrewd Saint John skipper; The World's Toughest - photo-illustrated article on Al Young, who drove six-horse stage coaches in B.C.'s Cariboo in temperatures as low as -74 degrees; With a Nonino! - legal short story; Photo of Mackennzie King and Hon. P.C. Larking inspecting a figure for the Canadian War Memorial at the March Studios, Farnborough, England; The Victoria Order of Nurses - they nurse 3, 000 patients every day - article with photos of Miss Elizabeth Smellie and Right Honorable George P. Graham; Color and More in the Bedroom - interior design article with photos. Ads: Nice one-page ad for the Essex Super Six car; The Marquise De Polignac is illustrated in a one-page photo ad for Pond's skin products; Nice one-page ad for Barrett Roofings shows roofer at work; One-page Northern Electric ad explains how they transmit power and sound; One-page Canada Dry ad shows family Christmas scene dated Dec. 25, 1928; One-page Canadian Marconi Company ad features their 6-tube battery operated receiver (radio), with cabinet by McLagan; One-page Arrow Shirt ad features pipe-smoking gent in suit; Splitdorf Radio ad; Nostalgic one-page contest announcement offers prize to the person who can create the largest list of words from the letters in the name of author L.A. Cunningham (whose photos appears in the ad); "Ceetee" underwear ad; Appleford-brand heavy waxed paper; Dodge New Senior Six car ad; Nice illustrated ad for Langmuir Luggage - with Yale pin-tumbler locks; Kotex; Stromberg-Carlson Radios; Tillson's Natural Bran; Squibb's Dental Cream; Royal Yeast Cakes; No-Mar furniture - manufactured by Malcolm & Hill, Limited, of Kitchener; One-page Ovaltine features lady on bed with nerves which need soothing; Moirs Chocolates; Weed tire chains by the Dominion Chain Company; Handsome one-page red and black ad for Rogers brushing lacquer; Seaman-Kent Hardwood Flooring; Westclox; Heinz Cream of Tomato Soup; The "Mona Lisa" doll by the Reliable Toy Company (with photo); Vintage one-page orange and black illustrated ad for "The Makers of Canada" book series is entitled "The Campbells Are Coming" and talks of the history of Scotchmen in settling Canada's west; Willard Batteries - one page in red and black; The United Bond Company of Toronto C.N.E.,