Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, July 20, 1957 - Sir Roy Dobson Pushed Us Into the Jet Age / Tanya Moiseiwitsch is the Designing Woman of Stratford / Prospector Viola MacMillan


64 pages. Features: Cover painting by Macpherson shows Aerobee rocket taking off from Fort Churchill, Manitoba, to study the Northern Lights; Colour-photo Caterpillar ad inside front cover shows the deepest causeway in the world, the Strait of Canso Causeway - 180' deep in the middle; One-page colour-photo ad for GE presents a pink and yellow fridge which is difficult to look at; Two-page colour ad for Shell is nondescript but for the large illustration of a girl high up the the bucket of a tractor as she rescues her cat from a roof; William Mercer says we're going haywire in our security (pension) plans; How Sir Roy Dobson Pushed Canada into the Jet Age - the Managing Director of A.V. Roe Limited in Manchester was the father of the CF-100, and also purchased a major interest in Algoma Steel; For Five Seasons Tanya Moiseiwitsch has dazzled audiences with the dazzling costumes she creates for the Shakespearean festival; How Elgin Armstrong Beats the (Harness) Races; The Garden That Grew From a Gravel Pit - Hamilton's Royal Botanical Gardens - article with nice colour photos; The Search for Strangler Sweeney (fiction); Prospector Viola MacMillan - super photo-illustrated article on "the most remarkable woman in Canada" who is worth $10 million; Canadian Club colour-photo ad features Jack Richardson and Luigi Tagliapietra engaged in 'water jousting' on their gondolas in Venice; One page ad for International (Harvester) Construction Equipment explains the new concept of 'Sanitary Landfill' and illustrates how their Drott Bullclam (hydraulicall bucket) product is specifically designed for this application; Cinci beer ad features nice colour photo of couple in nautical theme; Pilkington Glass ad features colour photo of the interior of the home of J.L. Silverman of Halifax, Nova Scotia; Nice colour-photo ad for Old Vienna beer features nicely dressed couple in kitchen with bowl of salad and box of bear; Photo ad for Studebaker-Packard features the Champion 4-door sedan; Colour ad for Kingsbeer by Dow, "Canada's Finest Lager"; Colour ad for the Sheraton-Brock Hotel in Niagara Falls, Ontario; Syl Apps and Frank Buckland answer the questions "Should we import Russian Hockey Players?"; Brief bios with photos of writers who joined Maclean's in the last year - Christina McCall, Shirley Mair and Ken Lefolii; Polysar ad on back cover features colour painting of man replacing another inner tube in one of his car's tires - as he family waits by the side of the road; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. Half of centrefold Kodak ad (page 31-32) not included. The other half, page 33, is secured with archival tape, otherwise a sound copy of this wonderful issue.

Title: Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, July 20, 1957 - Sir Roy Dobson Pushed Us Into the Jet Age / Tanya Moiseiwitsch is the Designing Woman of Stratford / Prospector Viola MacMillan

Author Name: Earl, Marjorie; Sangster, Dorothy; Frayne, Trent; Croft, Frank; McCall, Christina; Hockley, Vernon; et al

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Aviation, Fashion,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Montreal, Maclean Hunter: 1956

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 201G4690

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