Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, September (Sept.) 12, 1959 - Leon Trotsky's Murderer / Vancouver's King Edward High School / The Day Canada Went to War / TV Writers Frank Peppiatt and John Aylesworth


76 pages. Features: Cover illustration of an evening scene on Montreal's Des Erables St. shows residents watching baseball game in distant Delorimier Stadium; One-page ad for Sparton TVs; Vintage one-page Bank of Montreal (BMO) ad features family finances; Wedding photos of Meribah Baxter and her husband-to-be, Lieutenant Brian Stark; One-page Holland-America Line ad features photo of their new flagship, the Rotterdam; One-page colour-photo Royal Trust ad features wealthy grandmother with grandson; The Day Canada Went to War - September 10, 1939 - excellent photo-illustrated article; My strange encounter with the world's most mysterious assassin - Terence Robertson's photo-illustrated article on the anonymous killer ('Jacson-Mornard-Mercadcer') of Leon Trotsky, who has been imprisoned in Mexico for 19 years; How TV Writers Get That Way - article on Frank Peppiatt and John Aylesworth with photos including Julie London and Andy Williams; Portrait of a High School - wonderful photo-illustrated article on Vancouver's King Edward High School; Are the British Better Off Than We Are? - photo-illustrated article; The Tragic Failure of Organized Medicine, by Harry Paikin, M.D.; "My Week In and Out of Modeling Schools' - R.T. Allen's great photo-illustrated article; Attractive colour one-page Black Label beear ad features golden prairie scene looking to the horizon; Northern Electric one-page colour ad features Saskatchewan theme; Canadian National (CN) passenger rail ad features photo of traveler and black porter; One-page Electrohome features their TVs, stereos and furniture; Waterloo County's Great Tombstone Mystery - tombstone of the two young wives of Dr. S. Bean; One-page Caterpillar ad features large aerial colour photo of Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting's Flin Flon, Manitoba operation; Colour-photo ad for La Renault Dauphine car; GE Ultravision TV one-page photo ad features a young Robert (Bob) Goulet; Nice Hammond organ ad; Hertz ad on back cover features four photos of a ghastly pink 1959 Chevrolet; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy.

Title: Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, September (Sept.) 12, 1959 - Leon Trotsky's Murderer / Vancouver's King Edward High School / The Day Canada Went to War / TV Writers Frank Peppiatt and John Aylesworth

Author Name: Hutton, Eric; Robertson, Terence; Moon, B.; Gardner, R.; Fraser, B.; Paikin, Harry; Allen, R.T.; Et al

Categories: Canadian History, Medicine, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Montreal, Maclean Hunter: 1959

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 201G4720

Keywords: Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, September (Sept.) 12, 1959 - Leon Trotsky's Murderer / Vancouver's King Edward High School / The Day Canada Went to War Cover illustration of an evening scene on Montreal's Des Erables St. shows residents watching baseball game in distant Delorimier Stadium; One-page ad for Sparton TVs; Vintage one-page Bank of Montreal (BMO) ad features family finances; Wedding photos of Meribah Baxter and her husband-to-be, Leiutenant Brian Stark; One-page Holland-America Line ad features photo of their new flagship, the Rotterdam; One-page colour-photo Royal Trust ad features wealthy grandmother with grandson; The Day Canada Went to War - September 10, 1939 - excellent photo-illustrated article; My strange encounter with the world's most mysterious assassin - Terence Robertson's photo-illustrated article on the anonymous killer ('Jacson-Mornard-Mercadcer') of Leon Trotsky, who has been imprisoned in Mexico for 19 years; How TV Writers Get That Way - article on Frank Peppiatt and John Aylesworth with photos including Julie London and Andy Williams; Portrait of a High School - wonderful photo-illustrated article on Vancouver's King Edward High School; Are the British Better Off Than We Are? - photo-illustrated article; The Tragic Failure of Organized Medicine, by Harry Paikin, M.D.; "My Week In and Out of Modeling Schools' - R.T. Allen's great photo-illustrated article; Attractive colour one-page Black Label beear ad features golden prairie scene looking to the horizon; Northern Electric one-page colour ad features Saskatchewan theme; Canadian National (CN) passenger rail ad features photo of traveler and black porter; One-page Electrohome features their TVs, stereos and furniture; Waterloo County's Great Tombstone Mystery - tombstone of the two young wives of Dr. S. Bean; One-page Caterpillar ad features large aerial colour photo of Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting's Flin Flon, Manitoba operation; Colour-photo ad for La Renault Dauphine car; GE Ultravision TV one-page photo ad features a young Robert (Bob) Goulet; Nice Hammond organ ad; Hertz ad on back cover features four photos of a ghastly pink 1959 Chevrolet,