Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, March (Mar.) 16, 1957 - The Conacher Story (Part 3) / Elaine Grand


68 pages. Features: One-page colour Eaton's ad features the logos of many of the brands which have helped in their success; Dr. W.E. Mann of the Anglican Church of Canada says the church should meddle in politics; Dictaphone one-page ad shows gruff executive at work; Fantastic one-page colour ad for the '57 Chevy (1957 Chevroley) features large illustration of aqua tail fin; Long Diistance telephone ad lists prices per minute, such as Toronto to Vancouver for $2.95 per minute; One-page colour-ad for Confederation Life features painting of Jacques Cartier by J.D. Kelly; One-page colour-photo ad for GE's floor cleaner and polisher shows housewife in high heels at work; The Changing Face of Canada - five pages of colour photos of Canada's new architecture and art/design; She's TV's First Atlantic commuter - photo-illustrated article on Elaine Grand; What I Saw on Red Election Day - photo-illustrated article of Election Day in Poland; The Story of the Conachers (part 3) - article featuring one-page photo of Charlie Conacher shaking hands with Stafford Smythe in 1929 on the day he signed with the Leafs; History's Biggest Quiz Show; Why Don't We Brag About Maple Syrup? - photo-illustrated article; Their Job is Other People's Business - photo-illustrated article on the girls of the telephone answering services who answer the phone for 30,000 Canadians; Thomas Radall describes his most memorable meal, December 6, 1917, after the massive Halifax explosion; and more. One-page colour-photo Canadian Club ad features pearl diving in Mexico; Crown & Anchor beer ad features colour photo of adults gathered around the record player; Dramatic one-page colour Buick ad features pink and white car and huge lettering; Colour ad for Philadelphia's Sheraton Hotel; Colour ad for the Tea Council of Canada inside back cover shows adults watching home movies on reel-to-reel projector; Back cover colour Coke ad features Snow Valley winter scene; and more. Page 27/28 missing (we believe they contained an ad and movie reviews). Page 41 loose but present. Average wear. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy.

Title: Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, March (Mar.) 16, 1957 - The Conacher Story (Part 3) / Elaine Grand

Author Name: Newman, Peter C.; Moon, Barbara; Fraser, Blair; Conacher, Charlie; Porter, M.; Croft, Frank; Meredith, C.; Mann, Rev. W.E.; Raddall, Thomas

Categories: Sport, Magazine Back Issues, Architecture,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Montreal, Maclean Hunter: 1957

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Fair

Seller ID: 201G4717

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