The National Home Monthly Magazine, March (Mar.) 1948 - The Boy Who Stopped Niagara / In Post-War Italy / London's Tower Bridge Tug

By: Stewart, H.L.; Cross, A.; Dixon, H.; Vickers, R.; Horn, H.; Jeffreys, G.; Mosley, L.; Et al

Price: $299.95

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Book Condition: Good


60 pages. Features: Cover photo of young lady with three kittens; Great colour GWG (Great West Garment ad inside front cover features farmer with pitchfork in his Red Strap overalls; Half-page colour Canada Dry ad shows happy kids with mom; Massy-Harris one-page colour ad shows combine harvester at work; Fascinating post WWII article considers Liberty, Imperialism, Food Controls, and Cost of Living; Nice one-page colour B-A ad shows four happy motoring scenes; Colour half-page V-8 veggie drink ad; Vintage one-page colour-photo ad for Sunworthy Wallpapers shows elegant lady and wallpaper photos; Great one-page colour Coke ad shows high school kids at lunch time and a large Coke ice chest full of bottles; What's Wrong with Canada-U.S. Relations?; Partners in Fact (short story); The Boy Who Stopped Niagara - children Jeff Martin and Norah McFarlane made a very successful movie; In Post-War Italy - photo-illustrated article discusses the 'black market mind', and the intriguing story of the Monks and the hand grenades; The Blonde Baby (short story); Professionals (short story); The Tug with a History - photo-illustrated article on London's Tower Bridge Tug; , with photos of John Sumpter, Roy Evans, Richard Dominy Hollingum and William Adie; One-page ad for the 1948 Chevrolet features red 2-door Fleetmaster with black background; Watch Your Laundry (short story); Article on records with photo of Johnny Long; One-page Champion Spark Plug ad features illustration of racer Ted Horn, national AAA champion; Fashion illustrations; Spalding ad shows lady hockey player sprawled on ice beneath caption "Hockey for Housewives? NO!"; Beauty article; One-page colour-photo ad for Nabisco Shredded Wheat; Fashion article with photos; Classy half-page colour-photo ad for Monarch's debutante hosiery includes photo of lady with stocking lines up the back of her legs; Easter recipes; Uncommon half-page colour ad for Sovereign Potters of Hamilton, Ontario features their Montcalm Pattern, Number 718 Maroon; Nice mother and daughter colour ad for Wabasso Cottons inside back cover; Back cover O'Keefe's colour ad features reproduction of painting "The Miner" by Rex Woods; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this wonderful vintage issue.

Title: The National Home Monthly Magazine, March (Mar.) 1948 - The Boy Who Stopped Niagara / In Post-War Italy / London's Tower Bridge Tug

Author Name: Stewart, H.L.; Cross, A.; Dixon, H.; Vickers, R.; Horn, H.; Jeffreys, G.; Mosley, L.; Et al

Categories: Politics, Magazine Back Issues, Nautical,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Canada, The National Home Monthly: 1948

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 201H0019

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