Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, 15 August (Aug.), 1945: Will There Be Enough To Eat?


52 pages. Features: Colour Studebaker ad inside front cover shows their Weasel tracked vehicle in action on a Pacific shore (it appears this vehicle or its engine was made in Windsor, ON); Not Enough To Eat - food shortages loom in the wake of WWII; My Author Husband - by Dorothy Duncan, wife of Hugh MacLennan; Hearts to Let (fiction); Test in Berlin - can Russian and Anglo-Saxons reach a common basis for the peace; What Canadians Don't Know (testing our general knowledge); Whopper! - New York Mayor La Guardia's 550 acre $42 million municipal airport; A Guest for Mary Ellen (fiction); The Liar Hunter, by W.O. Mitchell; Shoplifting in Canada; Snakes Alive!, by Gordon Sinclair on Ryerson Island in Lake Erie; Woodbury Soap ad features photos of Mary Elizabeth Graham of "Greenacres", Aylmer to Gustave Eduardo Leguizamon, Chancellor of the Legation of Argentina; Several lovely colour ads; and more. Unmarked with somewhat above-average external wear. Binding intact. A worthy vintage copy.