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Image for Collier's Magazine - The National Weekly: January 24, 1931 - Captain Thomas P. Quinn of Seattle / Harvard Football Captain William Barry Wood

Collier's Magazine - The National Weekly: January 24, 1931 - Captain Thomas P. Quinn of Seattle / Harvard Football Captain William Barry Wood

By: Davies, Oma Almona; Wilde, Hagar; White, Owen P.; Oppenheim, E. Phillips; Connell, Richard; Courtney, W.B.; Remarque, Erich Maria; Arthur Somers Roche; Davenport, Walter; Vale, Robert B.; Baker, Charles Henry Jr.; Wood, et al

Price: $299.95

Publisher: USA, P.F. Collier & Son Company: 1931

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 449G1387

Condition: Good


54 pages. Features: Nice Hockey illustration on cover; Colour Texaco ad inside front cover; Oakland 8 / Pontiac 6 full-page ad; Classy color full-page ad for Maxwell House Coffee; Mr. Tuggy Drives his Buggy (short story); Kansas Kid (short story); Against the Grain - Ire at Grain Traders - article; No Questions Asked (short story); The Polecat's Pal - the story of a dog who fell from grace but was redeemed in a most curious fashion; Fairweather Quinn - Captain Thomas P. Quinn of Seattle pilots vessels in and out of Puget Sound - article with photo; The Road Back (short story); A Lady of Reso... View more info

Image for No Heroes - An Account of a Wellington Bomber Wireless Operator and Gunner During the WWII African Campaign

No Heroes - An Account of a Wellington Bomber Wireless Operator and Gunner During the WWII African Campaign

By: White, Robert Arthur

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Canada, Self-Published: 1995

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 553H1474

Condition: Fine


Signed and inscribed by author and his wife inside front board. 166 pages. Several illustrations in colour and black and white. "I expect that most readers will find especially gripping the author's account of having been shot down over the desert, but it is the description of the mechanics of everyday life which will be most valuable to those who, I hope, will use it to recreate a world that even we who lived in it find increasingly remote." - James H. Winter. Clean, bright and unmarked with negligible wear. An excellent copy. View more info