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Image for Railway Signaling Magazine, September 1946

Railway Signaling Magazine, September 1946

By: Author Not Stated

Price: $69.95

Publisher: Chicago, Simmons-Boardman: 1946

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 556C9979

Condition: Fair


pages 565-628. Features: Reverse Running on the Pennsylvania - on 226 miles of track between New York and Washington certain sections of track... are signaled for train movements in both directions; S.P.&S. installs all-relay interlocking; Regulated Track Circuit - automatically regulates a D.C. track circuit; Interlocking on the Grand Trunk - all-relay plant eliminates train stops at a crossing with the New York Central; Rio Grande Installs Radio to Improve Through Freight Service - improving a 576 mile section between Denver and Salt Lake City; New Signal Control Line Circuits in Centralize... View more info

Image for Canada Illustrated Magazine (Amalgamated with Canada West Magazine), Winter 1973, Volume 1, Number 2 - Zincton, British Columbia (cover photo)

Canada Illustrated Magazine (Amalgamated with Canada West Magazine), Winter 1973, Volume 1, Number 2 - Zincton, British Columbia (cover photo)

By: Barlee, N.L.; Wilson, J.V.H.; Adams, Irvine

Price: $99.95

Publisher: Summerland, B.C., Canada West Publications: 1973

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 651H2556

Condition: Good


32 pages. Features: Glass Flowers of the Plains - use of trade beads by the Plains Indiansduring the 19th century - article with photos; The Collector's Page; Writing - On - Stone in the borderland of south-eastern Alberta; The Big Horn Country; The Legend Makers (II); The Vanishing Ghost Towns - The Slocan area of B.C. where the remnants of the old mining era may still be seen; Back cover photo of Sandon, British Columbia in 1898. Unmarked with moderate wear. A sound vintage copy. View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, August (Aug.) 23, 1958 -  Maj. Gen. David Wade is the Air Force's First Missile-Division Commander

The Saturday Evening Post, August (Aug.) 23, 1958 - Maj. Gen. David Wade is the Air Force's First Missile-Division Commander

By: De Meyer, J.; Cave, H.; Chamberlain, W.; Annett, R.; Gibson, A.; O'Donnell, J.; Perkins, J.; Ford, C.; Johnson, R.; Tunley, R.; Albrand, M.; Lanham, E.

Price: $69.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1958

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 202G4072

Condition: Fair


92 pages. Short Stories: The Marriage Question; Mob Victim; Bagpipe Brigade; Joe's Secret PLan. Articles: I Wanted to be Somebody (part 1 of 3) - great photo-illustrated article on Althea Gibson, the world's greateset woman tennis player; The Face of America - lovely two-page color photo of family meal in restaurant; I Was a Compulsive Gambler; Can Egypt's Nasser Take it All? - how far will the fiery leader go? - article with photos; Boss of the MIssilemen; She Made it the Second Time - great photo-illustrated article on Mitzi Gaynor; He Runs a Bird College - Dr. Paul Fluck. Serials: A Day... View more info

Image for The American Contractor Magazine, May 18, 1929

The American Contractor Magazine, May 18, 1929

By: Editor Not Stated

Price: $129.95

Publisher: Chicago, The American Contractor: 1929

Edition: First American Edition

Seller ID: 813G1363

Condition: Good


36 pages. Features: Labor trouble in New York; Definite basis for wage settlement; Opportunity in airport construction; Cuts cost of handling stone - article with nice photos of Youngstown, Ohio Hospital construction; Steel core reinforcing in construction of Denver bus station - article with photos; Concrete volume formula; Bookkeeping for contractors - part I; Why grade-marked lumber?; The contractor and the courts; Mack offer new dump warp-resistant truck body; Oxweld generator; Oldest skyscraper coming down - the Tacoma Building in Chicago comes down - article with photo; Lockout in New Y... View more info

Image for The American Contractor Magazine, June 1, 1929 - Moving Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Chicago

The American Contractor Magazine, June 1, 1929 - Moving Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Chicago

By: Editor Not Stated

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Chicago, The American Contractor: 1929

Edition: First American Edition

Seller ID: 813G1367

Condition: Good


40 pages. Features: Dovetail Anchor Slot Co. ad inside front cover features photo of the Provident Mutual Life Insurance Company Building in Philadelphia; Nice full-page ad for the Indiana Limestone Company features photo of the Industrial Trust Co. Building in Providence, RI; Tidewater Red Cypress lumber ad features photo of 40-year-old water tank; Nice photo ad for the Bates-Truss Joists company; Tie-To Insert Company ad features photo of St. Mary's School of Nursing in Milwaukee; vintage Skilsaw ad; Largest Moving Job Successfully Completed - article and fantastic photos document moving th... View more info

Image for Popular Science, November 1934, Volume 125, Number 5 - Mysterious Lost Rivers Run Mills and Power Plants

Popular Science, November 1934, Volume 125, Number 5 - Mysterious Lost Rivers Run Mills and Power Plants

By: Gleason, S.; Teale, E.; Boone, A.; Gordon, G.; Burton, W.; Johnson, G.; Smith, A.

Price: $199.95

Publisher: New York, Popular Science Publishing Co.: 1934

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 301G3826

Condition: Good


124 pages. The following only touches upon the highlights of the considerable fascinating photos and text in this issue. Features: Cover illustration of a plane with paddle wheels for wings; Sensational study of heredity may produce new race of men; Amazing new uses fround for glass; Border guard wages war on smugglers; Phonograph disks run crewless war tank!; Fiends of the desert (reptiles) found to be harmless; Photo of noted inventor George W. Bowers in his Somerville, MA workshop; Shortwave machine broadcasts death to plant enemies; Mysterious lost rivers run mills and power plants; Home... View more info

Image for New Denver (British Columbia) - Eldorado of the Past: With Centennial Celebration Program 1858-1958

New Denver (British Columbia) - Eldorado of the Past: With Centennial Celebration Program 1858-1958

By: Harris, Nancy; Hawthorne, Frances: Editors

Price: $49.95

Publisher: New Denver, British Columbia, Publisher Not Stated: 1958

Edition: Reprint

Seller ID: 317C8528

Condition: Good


20 pages. Reprint of the 1946 first edition. Reproductions of many archival black and white photos. "The reminiscent stories and pictures of our diistrict herein make this a priceless souvenir." - from inside front cover. Topics include: New Denver in Olden Days, Eldorado Named, Poverty Flat, Hotels, Industries, Farms, Recreation, S.S. Wm. Hunter, Mines, Roads of the Community, Water, Lights and Electricity, Water, Parks, Bridges, Railways, Schools, Hospitals, Telephones, Police and Law, Telephones, Mail, Fires, Wharves, Churches, Beauties of New Denver, Newspapers, Eli Carpenter, ... View more info

Image for Salute Magazine, December (Dec..) 1947, Vol. 2, No. 12 -  Prejudice Was the Toughest Fight for Champion Boxer Joe Louis

Salute Magazine, December (Dec..) 1947, Vol. 2, No. 12 - Prejudice Was the Toughest Fight for Champion Boxer Joe Louis

By: Louis, Joe; Manookian, S.; Henderson, B.; Hutton, B.; Dugan, J.; Neuberger, R.; Marshall, R.; Patricoff, M.; Keeley, J.; Orr, J.; Falconer, B.; Byrne, H.; Et al

Price: $495.00

Publisher: New York, Vet Publishers, Inc.: 1947

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 302G3968

Condition: Very Good


50 pages. Great cover photo of Dusty Anderson; Features: My Toughest Fight - Boxer Joe Louis tells what it means to have a black skin and be champion of the world - major article with many great photos; No Wonder They Dropped Dead - modern marksmen say the old bad men of the saloon wars could only hit opponents at point-blank range; He Keeps Broadway On Its Feet - Dr. Horace Worrell takes care of the feet of dancers; We Almost Lost the Air War - photo-illustrated revelations of the handicaps our airmen had to overcome to make daylight bombing a success; New Yorkers are Nuts; Insurgent Senato... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post Magazine, November 26, 1949 - Why the Russian People Don't Rebel

The Saturday Evening Post Magazine, November 26, 1949 - Why the Russian People Don't Rebel

By: Marmur, Jacland; Curran, Dale; Katkov, Norman; MacHarg, William; Smith, Lt. Gen. Walter Bedell; et al

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1949

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 316G2160

Condition: Good


120 pages. Features: Nice 1-page color ad for Cutler-Hammer motor controls; 1-page color ad for Old Gold cigarettes; color ad for Pitney-Bowes Postage Meters; Zippo Lighter color ad; My Wonderful Uncle, Levi Coombs Gould - article with photos; Challenge the Tempest (fiction); My Three Years in Moscow, Part 3 - Why the Russian People Don't Rebel - with photos; The Camouflaged Crime (fiction); Robert Jones of Ohio Refused to be Smeared by Drew Pearson - article with photos; The Rape of Albania - how this former paradise between Tito and the men in the Kremlin is being slowly bled to death - art... View more info

Image for Inland Architect, Chicago Chapter, American Institute of Architects (AIA), November (Nov.) 1973 - Jacques Brownson's New Work in Denver

Inland Architect, Chicago Chapter, American Institute of Architects (AIA), November (Nov.) 1973 - Jacques Brownson's New Work in Denver

By: Miller, Nory; Newman, M.W.

Price: $149.95

Publisher: USA, American Institute of Architects (AIA), Chicago Chapter: 1973

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 551H1719

Condition: Good


30 pages. Illustrated in black and white. Features: Chicago's Best Buildings, 1973; Jacques Brownson's new work in Denver; Carl Condit's Journey into the Two Chicagos; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A sound copy. View more info

Image for Old West Magazine - Winter 1967

Old West Magazine - Winter 1967

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $89.95

Publisher: USA, Western Publications Inc.: 1967

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 852A0545

Condition: Very Good


Features: Reprint of scarce book - Indian Fighting on the Texas Frontier by Captain John M. Elkins; Apache Tears - Nino Cochise; The Wake of Whiskey Bill; The First War Correspondent, 1846; Treasure rode in the boot; Mysterious trapper Billy Nay; Bill Hickok's girl on the flying trapeze; Alias 'Shooting Star' - a drifter covets a horse; The day the glue pot became a cauldron! - the Seattle fire of 1889; A cavern of gold in New Mexico?; The Army's 'stubborn fact' - the Army mule driver; A hard man to understand - Stephen W. Dorsey; people of the Laramie Plains; Ghost Ferry in Hoodoo Valley - Se... View more info

Image for British Columbia Telephone Company (B.C. Tel./Telus) Telephone Talk: Bound Issues January/February 1959 Through January/February 1960

British Columbia Telephone Company (B.C. Tel./Telus) Telephone Talk: Bound Issues January/February 1959 Through January/February 1960

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $499.95

Publisher: British Columbia, British Columbia Telephone Company Ltd.: 1960

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 73AA1960

Condition: Very Good


Half-leather binding. Telephone Talk was the glossy bimonthly publication of the British Columbia Telephone Company. It was written by employees for employees to present information of interest to those engaged in the plant, traffic, commercial, operating, accounting and other departments of the service. Each issue is replete with black and white photos and information on topics such as: company, industry and technological news, traffic levels, expansion plans, personnel announcements, publicity and social events, deaths, weddings, lists of exchanges, and more. As such, these issues serve ... View more info

Image for British Columbia Telephone Company (B.C. Tel./Telus) Telephone Talk: Bound Issues January, 1924 Through December 1924

British Columbia Telephone Company (B.C. Tel./Telus) Telephone Talk: Bound Issues January, 1924 Through December 1924

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $799.95

Publisher: British Columbia, British Columbia Telephone Company: 1924

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 73AA1980

Condition: Fair


Telephone Talk was the glossy bimonthly publication of the British Columbia Telephone Company. It was written by employees for employees to present information of interest to those engaged in the plant, traffic, commercial, operating, accounting and other departments of the service. Each issue is replete with black and white photos and information on topics such as: company, industry and technological news, traffic levels, expansion plans, personnel announcements, publicity and social events, deaths, weddings, lists of exchanges, and more. As such, these issues serve as a vital preserve of ... View more info

Image for British Columbia Telephone Company (B.C. Tel./Telus) Telephone Talk: Bound Issues January, 1922 Through December 1922 *INCLUDES FEATURE ON THE HISTORY OF TELEPHONY IN VANCOUVER*

British Columbia Telephone Company (B.C. Tel./Telus) Telephone Talk: Bound Issues January, 1922 Through December 1922 *INCLUDES FEATURE ON THE HISTORY OF TELEPHONY IN VANCOUVER*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $995.00

Publisher: British Columbia, British Columbia Telephone Company: 1922

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 733A1982

Condition: Fair


Telephone Talk was the glossy bimonthly publication of the British Columbia Telephone Company. It was written by employees for employees to present information of interest to those engaged in the plant, traffic, commercial, operating, accounting and other departments of the service. Each issue is replete with black and white photos and information on topics such as: company, industry and technological news, traffic levels, expansion plans, personnel announcements, publicity and social events, deaths, weddings, lists of exchanges, and more. As such, these issues serve as a vital preserve of ... View more info

Image for British Columbia Telephone Company (B.C. Tel./Telus) Telephone Talk: Bound Issues January, 1914 Through December 1914 *ASSOCIATION COPY*

British Columbia Telephone Company (B.C. Tel./Telus) Telephone Talk: Bound Issues January, 1914 Through December 1914 *ASSOCIATION COPY*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $799.95

Publisher: British Columbia, British Columbia Telephone Company: 1914

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 73AA1984

Condition: Fair


Telephone Talk was the glossy bimonthly publication of the British Columbia Telephone Company. It was written by employees for employees to present information of interest to those engaged in the plant, traffic, commercial, operating, accounting and other departments of the service. Each issue is replete with black and white photos and information on topics such as: company, industry and technological news, traffic levels, expansion plans, personnel announcements, publicity and social events, deaths, weddings, lists of exchanges, and more. As such, these issues serve as a vital preserve of ... View more info

Image for Trains Magazine, September 1944, Vol. 4, No. 8

Trains Magazine, September 1944, Vol. 4, No. 8

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $69.95

Publisher: USA, Kalmbach Publishing Co.: 1944

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 727C8272

Condition: Good


48 pages. Many wonderful black and white photos. Features: Butte, Anaconda & Pacific Railroad; A Railroad Plans for Tomorrow - operating after the war; Do You Know These Railroads?; New York Central 4-8-2; Main Line of the Narrow Gauge - Rio Grande three-foot rails over Cumbres Pass, with super photo centerfold of a Denver & Rio Grande Western train beginning its run from Alamosa to Durango; Beyond Ellicott's Mills - oldest main line sees few passenger trains but its two tracks shorten B&O freight route 15 miles; Yugoslav Railroads - Pathway to the Orient; Great full-page ad for Rock Island... View more info

Image for Trains Magazine, January 1942, Vol. 2, No. 3

Trains Magazine, January 1942, Vol. 2, No. 3

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $89.95

Publisher: USA, Kalmbach Publishing Co.: 1942

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 727C8280

Condition: Good


50 pages. Many wonderful black and white photos. Features: Two Daylights Daily - Southern Pacific's West Coast streamliners carry 1,500 passengers a day; Greatest Show on Earth - New York Division P RR; Washing Locomotives - article and photos; David Moffat's Dreams Come True - his life work - a transcontinental railroad west from Denver; Grizzly Flats Railroad; Please note: we believe this is the January, 1942 issue, not January 1941 as stated on title page. Average wear and soiling. A sound vintage copy. View more info

Image for Trains Magazine, August 1942, Vol. 2, No. 10

Trains Magazine, August 1942, Vol. 2, No. 10

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $89.95

Publisher: USA, Kalmbach Publishing Co.: 1942

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 727C8282

Condition: Good


50 pages. Many wonderful black and white photos. Features: Nine prize-winning photos from Railroadians' salon; The 6:57 - The Atlanta, Birmingham & Coast; Silverton Branch - Denver & Rio Grande Western's most remote train squeeze up the gorge of Rio de Las Animas Perdidas twice a week; World's Biggest (in 1883) - El Gobernador - Nineteenth-century Mastodon; The NYO&W - built new merchandise traffic to replace collapsed hard-coal trade; The Track Circuit - this simple electrical detector tells when a train is on the track, and is used in all types of signaling; Below the Mason & Dixon Line -... View more info

Image for Nutshell News Magazine, August 1996 - How to Choose a Colour Scheme

Nutshell News Magazine, August 1996 - How to Choose a Colour Scheme

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $49.95

Publisher: USA, Kalmbach: 1996

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 658C9106

Condition: Very Good


Features: Small accomplishments - clever kitcrafting and lots of good ideas; Color it Beautiful - how do you choose the right exterior paint scheme? And then what?; A Model Railroaders' Workshop in 1" scale - the layout is out of sight - but everything else is there in an incredibly realistic roombox; Alice McElhiney Always Finds Room for More - she sells some little things but keeps the houses and rooms; Shockingly Simple Miniatures - he gives a whole new meaning to "electronic shopping"; Backyard Barbecue - can you beat the steak's sizzle?; The show scene - the Denver Museum of ... View more info

Image for American Forests and Forest Life, April 1928 - The Magazine of the American Forestry Association

American Forests and Forest Life, April 1928 - The Magazine of the American Forestry Association

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

Publisher: Washington, D.C., The American Forestry Association: 1928

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 844G0868

Condition: Fair


Pages 194-256. Features: The Passing of the Maine Wilderness - article with photos of destruction by John C. Phillips; An Anchor to Forestward - How America Tried to Grow Trees for Sail of the line on Santa Rosa Island; Naming the Sequoia - article by Cristel Hastings; Robins and Ruminations - article by Guy W. von Schriltz; How Dierks Lumber and Coal Company is Placing one of the largest bodies of controlled timber in the world uner forest management; Wilderness Classroom - article with great animal photos by R.W. Hiestand; Bankers Join Forest Converts - realization that florests are 'flood... View more info