Canada: Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press. Paperback. 1896445195 156 pages. Index. Several reproductions of black and white photos in text. "Deals with that part of Alberta between 55 and 60 degrees north latitude... Will guide researchers to materials on the history of northern Alberta up to 1950. Contains archaeological, ethnohistorical, and similar references that deal with the experience of Aboriginal people throughout their history. Includes secondary published historical sources about northern Alberta, published primary materials such as travel accounts, and particular efforts have been made to locate and include so-called 'grey' published literature - university dissertations, published papers, studies by government and private agencies, and local histories." - from back cover. Unmarked with moderate wear. Binding tight. A sound copy. [Location: Reference Shelf] . Good. 2000. First Edition.
Winnipeg: Stovel / National Home Monthly. Paperback. 60 pages. Features: News digest includes 'a British ministry of propaganda', America's altered mood, free speech in Canada, Moscow bargaining, and from Poland to Rumania; Canada's Prison Shame - intersting article by J. Alex. Edmison includes photos of - the B.C. Penitentiary at New Westminster, youn ladies in the Borstal Institute at Aylesbury, England, Montreal Gaol (Bordeaux Gaol), and members of the Archambault Commission - R.W. Craig, J.L. KKent, Mr. Justice Archambault, J.C. McRuer, and Allan Fraser; Uncle Romeo and the White Pendennings (short story); The Missing Passenger (short story); A Letter to Anne (short story); Samaritan on Wheels - the story of the Empire's greatest philanthropist and leading industrialist William Richard Morris, now Viscount Nuffield - article with photos; Land of Wish-It-Were (verse); If I Die Before I Wake (part 4); Nice one-page ad by the Automotive Industries of Canada features the province of Alberta with map and text; Colgate ad features illustration of the Dionne Quints; Palmolive soap ad features illustration of the faces of the Dionne Quintuplets and (faux) signed photo of Gladys Cooper of 1973 Robson St. in Vancouver; Stewart-Warner radio ad features photos of the 4575, 4351 and 4511 models; When Contagious Diseases Stay Home; Movie news and photos, with brief write-up and photo of Geraldine Fitzgerald, plus additional photos of King Vidor, Alexander Hall, Howard Hawks, Frank Capra, Sam Wood, Jack Conway, Clarence Brown, Frank Borzage, Tod Browning, George Cukor, Victor Fleming and Norman Taurog; Fashion illustrations; Nice half-page two-colour ad for RCA Victor radios shows the A-2, A-1 and A-4; Scales of Fortune (short story); Half-page tourism ad for Italy (unfortunately, many young Canadians would soon be fighting there!); Beauty article; Charis foundations ad features nostalgic photo; Autumn fashion preview; Pickling Made Easier; Quotes of the World; Nice Heinz ketchup ad inside front cover includes photo of restaurant scene; Vintage colour back cover ad for Canadian-grown fruits and vegetables; and more. Unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A sound copy of this great vintage issue. . Good. 1939. First Edition.
Montreal: Maclean Hunter. Paperback. 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. . Good. 1959. First Edition.
Montreal: Maclean-Hunter. Paperback. 50 pages. Features: Colour Labatt's 50 Ale ad inside front cover features two couples frolicking in water at beach; Will Success Spoil Henry Makow, boy columnist?; One-page GM of Canada ad features photo of fly fisherman at work; The New Party Will Die if it's a mere Liberal Splinter - the past and present of the CCF; The Slow Comeback of Canada's Communists - Tim Buck (photo) will soon step down as its leader and his successor will inherit an organization that almost destroyed itself four years ago but is now unified, active, and anxious to rebuild its political influence; The Ottawa River - article with illustration by Jacques De Tonnancour; Vimy and Passchendaele - Canada's Bravest and Blackest Hour; First Report on Extrasenory Powers (ESP) Among Canadians - photo-illustrated article which explores the research of Dr. J.B. Rhine at his Duke University parapsychology laboratory; Photos and write-ups of Canadians who may have ESP - Mrs. Raymond Forgie of Toronto, CBC Announcer Rex Loring, Mrs. P.P. Wade of Keswick, Helen Brens of Montreal, Patricia Young of VancouverMrs. Evelyn Cox of Vancouver, John Hamilton of Victoria, and Mrs. Paul reading of Thornhill; Includes unique tear-out ESP self-test mailer; Can Everybody Be Beautiful? - Paul Pogue runs a chain of beauty parlors; The High and Low of a Present-Day Tramp - article with sombre photos of Walter Haslam and Patrick Rhody in the CNR's Mimico railyards; Nice colour-photo Sunoco ad features ladies with white convertible gassing up while uniformed attendant cleans their windshield; Vintage one-page two-colour Kentucky Fried Chicken ad lists the names, owners and locations of their 42 Canadian franchises, with $1 coupon for a family bucket; How to Make a Million in the Charity Game - Harold George Martin; The Field of Atomic Power - two experts meet; Walt Disney's first Canadian movie, "Nikki, Dog of the North"; George Knudson's Aggressive Golf Game; Coke ad on back cover features bottle and glass in blowing snow; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy. . Good. 1961. First Edition.
Winnipeg: Home Publishing Company / National Home Monthly. Paperback. 60 pages. Features: Cover photo of baby gnawing on huge Easter egg; Canadian National - Canadian Pacific ad inside front cover called "War Whoop" shows speeding night train and illustration of native warrier to explain how the night-time whistle of a locomotive means men and materiel are being rushed to the front; News digest discusses German propaganda efforts to incur western suspicion against Russia; One-page Trans-Canada Telephone System ad implores long distance users to "Be Brief!", given wartime restrictions on their ability to increase capacity; Editorial comments on support for Russia and the need for those unable to fight in person to contribute financially to the war effort; Brain Waves For Winning the War - photo-illustrated article on technical innovations used in the war effort; Excellent photo-illustrated article on the new Canadian Pacific Airlines includes photos of Stewardess Ethel Hailes, Air Commodore H. Hollick-Kenyon, Grant W.G. McConachie, C.H. Dickins, and veteran parachutist Jack McGovern (at No.l 2 Air Observer School); Earthbound (short story); The Pomander Walk Myster (short story); Alterations (short story); The Royal Engineers - The Army's Pathfinders - nice photo-illustrated article; Sight Unseen (short story); Hollywood news and photos; GM one-page ad highlights their "Victory Service"; One-page Ford ad features illustrations of some of their 1943 military vehicles; The United Service Centre, located in the Eaton Annex, Winnipeg; Centrefold Victory Bonds ad sponsored by the National War Finance Committee illustrates seven Canadians from various walks of life and explains their financial contributions to the war effort; Woodbury Soap ad includes photos of Barbara Sellers of Winnipeg; Woodbury Cold Cream ad includes photo of film star Janet Blair; Food article on "Russia's Nutrition" explains how Russia is tightening its belt to support the Red Army - with photos; Fashion illustrations; Photo-illustrated article on the women of Russia; Quotes from around the world; H.J. Heinz ad inside back cover explains how "To Make Plain Foods Taste Like Banquet Fare"; Fantastic colour-illustrated back cover Coke ad shows soldier proudly walking in great coat, with smaller images of additional members of the military; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy of this excellent wartime issue. . Good. 1943. First Edition.
Canada: [The Commission]. Paperback. 0660121727 966 pages. Bibliography. Lists of Documents, Primary and Secondary Sources. List of cases cited. "Includes 822 opinions on individual cases." - from page iv. "Between 1971 and 1986, public statements by outside interveners concerning alleged war criminals residing in Canada have spread increasingly large and grossly exaggerated figures as to their estimated number. Even leaving aside the figure of 6,000 ventured in 1986 by Mr. Simon Wiesenthal, and before a detailed examination of each of the cases appearing on the Commission's Master List, this list already shows no less than a 400 per cent over-estimate by the proponents of those figures." - from page 249. In one instance, government resources were used to investigate the allegation that a certain individual was the infamous Dr. Mengele. The Commission determined this individual had different coloured eyes than the doctor and stood 6'-3", whereas Dr. Mengele was only 5'-8" in height. Average wear. Binding intact. Reading creases to spine. Unmarked but for light pencil tick marks in bibliography. Numerous page corners were folded. Prior owner was a smoker. A sound working copy. . Good. 1986. First Edition.
Montreal: Maclean Hunter. Paperback. 60 pages. Features: Russell Sambrook cover illustration of boy in pajamas sneaking his dog upstairs; Dominion Linoleum colour ad inside front cover features yellow and maroon interior design of a 'very lucky' young person's bedroom; AC spark plug ad features horse talking to man cleaning his shotgun; Premier Aberhart of Alberta ponders 'licensing' newspapers; Fantastic one-page photo-illustrated ad for Marconi radios includes photos of newscaster Christopher Ellis and Frances James, plus photos of the model 79 A.C., 81 A.C. and 85 A.C. radios; One-page ad for the Parker Vacumatic pen features marathon theme; The Red Boar (short story from Rajputana); Revolt in Quebec - The English-Canadian View - article with photos of C.E. Gault, Maurice Duplessis and Camillien Houde; A Matter of Business (short story); Forward-Pass Time - article explaining how the aerial attack has made a new game of Canadian football - with photo of Rosso of the Argos in 1935; Beverley Baxter shares interesting new from London, plus he explains how Hitler saw propaganda used against Germany in WWI and vowed to use that same weapon to avenge his nation; Finished Picture (short story about the marriage trap); J. Bull, Customer - article on Canadian exports to Britain; The Thin Woman (short story); Photo-illustrated article on the settlers of King Ridges, 25 miles north of Toronto, where 41 families formerly on relief are plowing, sowing and reaping to earn their own living from the land; The General Died at Dawn (short story); Vintage one-page colour-photo ad for Green Giant Fine Foods of Canada features their canned vegetables; Very nice one-page colour-photo Westinghouse Air-pilot radio ad; Charming one-page colour Kraft ad features their cheese products; Prestone anti-freeze one-page ad features illustrations of (now) classy vintage cars; Half-page Palmolive Soap ad features two photos of the Dionne Quints, plus Dr. Dafoe who helped birth them; Stanfield's ad features illustration of man proudly strutting in his long underwear; Ponds Cold Cream ad features photo of Mrs. William Jay Iselin; One-page ad for the Singer "Make-It-Yourself" Wardrobe Plan; Fantastic colour photo/colour comic ads inside back cover for Lifebuoy and Rinso soaps feature "True B.O. Experience No. 127"; Back cover colour ad by the federal Department of Fisheries encourages readers to eat fish often; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this marvelous depression-era issue. . Good. 1936. First Edition.
Winnipeg: National Home Monthly / Stovel. Paperback. 56 pages. Features: Lovely cover art of impish Christmas characters by S.E. Park; Beautiful colour Christmas ad inside front cover presents La Palina cigars, Sweet Caporal cigarettes, and Wilson's bachelor cigars; Fleischmann's Yeast one-page ad includes photo of Dr. R.E. Lee; Editorial mentions Mr. McGeer and the Canadian money system, chemical and germ warfare, Henry Ford and soybeans, and Christmas 1934; The Position and Prospects of Canada, by the Right Honourable R.B. Bennett; King Lear in a Straw Hat (short story); Paid on Delivery (short story); Charlie Chaplin in the land of the World's Most Beautiful Women, Bali - photo-illustrated article; Changed Identity (short story); Pinch-Hitting for Sir Galahad (short story); The Reprieve - short story by Nellie L. McClung; How I Bought the Priceless Collection of Romanoff Treasures - photo-illlustrated article by Norman Weisz; Ransom (short story); Parker Pen one-page Christmas ad; Movie news includes photos of Shirley Temple, W.C. Fields, Bill Gargan, Mickey Rooney, Anna Sten, Greta Garbo, Herbert Marshall, and more; Nice half-page ad for Turnbull's Ceetee Full Fashioned Underwear; Woodbury's soap ad features photo of Lady Cecil Douglas; V.I.P. Food Beverage ad includes photos of Mr. J.E. Wood of Toronto, and Chief Dietician Margaret Paton; Christmas cookery article; Great one-page illustrated Crown Brand Corn Syrup ad features boys playing football; Fashion illustrations; and more. Back cover missing. Front cover loose but present. Average wear. A worthy copy of this nice vintage issue. . Fair. 1934. First Edition.
Winnipeg: Home Publishing Company / National Home Monthly. Paperback. 48 pages. Features: Cover illustration of saluting Canadian female service member; Trans-Canada Telephone System ad inside front cover features illustration of operator; News digest touches on Hitler "Playing for a Draw", Russia's great offensive, and more; Hollywood news and photos; They Bring Down the Barracks - great photo-illustrated article documents the many Canadian entertainers who entertain our troops, including photos of the London Little Theatre Concert Party including Teresa Chandler, Pearl McCullough, Nora Rooney, Gerry Farquharson, Gloria Hamlyn and Monica McGarrell, plus the cast of the Lifebuoy Follies - Jimmy Devon, Sasha Dener, Harold Rich, Pat Rafferty, Helen, Bruce, Mildred Moray, Irene Hughes and Dorothy Merrall, and the Montreal Masquers; The Country of the Young (short story); A Use for a Decent Pay-Day; My Grandma's No Saint; Selectiver Service; Booze - The Saboteur - scientific research throws a startling light on an old problem and upsets some long-held beliefs; Mad Flight (short story); Canadian General Electric ad entitled "Victory Diet"; R.C.A.F. recruiting ad aimed at women; Woodbury Soap ad features lovely photos of Margaret Knight, of Toronto, who serves as private secretary to the Wing Commander of the R.A.F. Delegation in Washington; Woodbury Cold Cream ad features photo of Paulette Goddard; Photo-illustrated articl on Nursery Nutrition - on the Kitchen Front; Nutrition Goes to Sea; Fashion Illustrations; Angels in Nurseries; Small illustration shows smiling beaver in soldier gear saying "Eat Right to Fight"; Quotes from Around the World; Fantastic colour-photo Coke ad on back cover features sailors; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A sound copy of this excellent wartime issue. . Good. 1943. First Edition.
Montreal: Maclean Hunter. Paperback. 92 pages. Features: Cover illustration of St. George's Island Park dinosaur in Calgary; Colour-photo Caterpillar ad inside front cover shows great scene of neon lights at night in Montreal; Great one-page colour Oldsmobile ad features a Super 88 Holiday Coupe and Deluxe Station Wagon, both red; Fantastic two-page colour-photo ad for Zenith radios, including their new shirtpocket radio (red); Classy one-page colour ad for Black Magic chocolates by Rowntree features scene in Venice; The Invisible Unemployed - an intimate report on the real distress of the unemployment that looks like prosperity - featuring the Vancouver family of John LaFleche, who was laid off from a plywood mill; The Rich are Coming out of Hiding - wealth is being flaunted; It's Telepathy That Brings Lassie Home; HMCS St. Laurent's race to rescue the enemy - it picked up 861 enemy survivors when the Arandora Star was sunk in July 1940 - article with photos; We Adopted a Negro - Hank and Joy Huycke adopt Ricky - photo-illustrated article; Weekend on Baffin Island - Telek is the only luxury resort under the midnight sun - photo-illustrated article; The Fatal Fascination of Car Racing - photo-illustrated article includes photos of the fatal wreck of Ted Pope, and Peter Ryan and Roger Penske winning the Sundown Grand Prix at Harewood Acres, Ontario; John Fienberg is the biggest little man in low-cost housing - photo-illustrated article on the chairman of Consolidated Building Corporation Ltd. of Toronto - fascinating article on how the baby-boom was housed in what is now the GTA; Medical diagnosis links alcohol and sex - a doctor examines increasing female alcohol use and how alcohols sometimes plays a constructive role in relations between the sexes; In Wrestling All the Indians are Chiefs - article by Mordecai Richler with great photo of Killer Kowalski wrestling Edouard Carpentier at the Montreal Forum; One-page colour-photo ad for FTD flowers; Half-page ad for Electrohome portable record players; Interesting one-page colour ad for Northern Electric features the province of Alberta; Colour centrefold Firestone ad features snow and snow tires; RCA Victor colour-photo one-page ad for their stereos features ballerina in forest; Philips Hi-Fi one-page colour-photo ad shows their draughtsman at work; 2/3-page colour ad for Ken-L dog food features bloodhound; 2/3-page colour ad for Puss'n Boots cat food features kitty leaning on can; One-page colour Pontiac ad features white 1961 Parisienne Sport Sedan driving through autumn leaves; Fleetwood TV and Hi-Fi ad; "Abraham Lincoln's" Indian Tombstone at Port Simpson; Back cover colour Coke photo ad features round loaf of bread used to make nice round sandwich; and more. Nibbling to top of spine. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. . Good. 1960. First Edition.
Ottawa, Canada: Canadian Minister of National Defence. Hardcover. 253 pages. Index. Contents include: Explanatory Notes; Order of Precedence; Sketch Histories of the Corps of the Canadian Army; Sketch Histories of the Regiments, Royal Canadian Armoured Corps; Sketch Histories of the Regiments, Royal Canadian Infantry Corps. Clean and unmarked with light wear. Moderate peripheral tanning to endpapers. Binding tight. Handsome brilliant gilt lettering upon backstrip and front board. A quality copy of this excellent reference. . Very Good. 1964. First Edition.
Winnipeg: Home Publishing Company / National Home Monthly. Paperback. 64 pages. Features: Nice colour ad for Dominion Oilcloth & Linoleum inside front cover includes illustration of amourous military couple; Nice colour-illustrated Pepsi ad features pretty blonde and illustration of boys fishing; News digest includes The Marsh Report, 'Cradle to Grave' security, and more; Nice one-page illustrated Canadian Pacific Air Lines ad explains their substantial contributions to the war effort, amid dramatic air and land battle scene; Colour Ritz cracker ad includes service man and woman; Editorial discusses how the war has tarnished certain words and lifted others; Ford Motor Company one-page ad with illustration of Canadian troops in firefight; One-page Northern Electric ad includes illustration of deHavilland Mosquito; Friendly Invasion - great photo-illustrated article on construction of the Alaska Highway, with photo of Felix Murawski, 74th Engineers of Oklahoma City; Pigs' Feet (short story); The Penalty is Death (short story); Canada's Future Housing - photo-illustrated article explains ideas to be borrowed from Great Britain and the U.S.; Chowder Boy (short story); Sea Water Gurney's Boy (short story); Hollywood News and photos; One-page Parker Pen ad shows mailman handing mother a letter beneath caption "Your boy writes often now!"; Beer is Booze; One-page ad for the T. Sisman Shoe Co. includes great illustration of soldier on motorcycle; Canadian General Electric half-page ad boldly proclaims "Vitamins For Victory"; Woodbury Powder ad includes nice photo of Lana Turner; Magnificent centrefold two-colour (red and black) Victory Bonds ad entitled "Shoulder Your Own Share" includes text on left and, on right, a large illustration of Madame Chiang Kai-Shek super-imposed over scene of fighting in her war-torn China; Army Meals Go Modern - nice photo-illustrated article explains and illustrates meal preparation for the gigantic 7,000 man "army restaurant" at Webb Hall in Toronto; Nice colour one-page ad for Heinz Tomato soup includes illustration of tomato-headed aristocrat in top hat and monocle; Fashion illustrations; Is Your Daughter Happy in the Service? - article with photos of Daisy Horner of Dorset, Ontario, Dolly Mawson and Gay Sutton of Toronto, Elizabeth Cook from Creemore, Wren Barbara McClelland of Toronto, and twins AW2 Beryl and AW2 Daphne MacPhee of Charlottetown; Fashion article; Quotes from around the world; Elaborately colour-illustrated Canadian Pacific - Canadian National Victory Bond ad inside back cover entitled 'A Profession of Faith' includes calligraphy explaining their faith in Canada's future; Nice colour Wabasso Cottons ad on back cover shows mother, daughter and sewing machine; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. Covers detached as one. A quality copy of this excellent wartime issue. . Good. 1943. First Edition.
Canada: Maclean Hunter. Paperback. 76 pages. Features: Nice cover illustration of ice-fishing Inuit by Oscar Cahen; Nice colour 1953 Meteor car ad inside front cover; Colour-photo International Trucks one-page ad features new red model R-195 Roadliner and yellow model R-110 pickup; The Warning of High Wycombe; Classy one-page colour ad celebrates the 50th anniversary of Snyder's fine furniture; How the new Eisenhower government will affect Canada; Karsh six-page photo feature of Halifax, Nova Scotia; What the Strike Did to Louisville - photo-illustrated article on one of the worst labor battles in Quebec's history; The Forty-Inch Panhandler (dental short story); Fantastic photo-illustrated article on Quebec City housewife Sonia d'Artois who, at age 19, parachuted into Occupied France and brushed death every day for five months as a British Secret Agent; What's So Funny About Glasses?; Ubiquitous is the word for Abigail Amanda Lane who intends to be the first female mayor of Halifax; Ernie McCulloch - The Cocky King of the Ski Slopes - photo-illustrated article; Colour one-page Kodak ad shows grandparents holding grandchild; Butler Pan-America Company ad features photo of H.B. Elworthy, President of Island Tug and Barge, Limited, of Victoria; Fantastic one-page Allis-Chalmers ad features their line of heavy excavating equipment, with emphasis on Motor Scraper products; Vintage one-page colour-photo ad for Frigidaire washers and dryers; Sweet Caps cigarette ad features puffing majorette; Classy colour centrefold ad for the 1953 Chevrolets features a blue 'Two-Ten' series, green 'One-Fifty' series, and gold Bel Air series; Lovely one-page colour-photo Coke ad features beautiful lady tourist in airport restaurant; One-page two-colour Austin car ad features a pudgy green car; Caterpillar colour-photo ad inside back cover shows patient being loaded into ambulance after grader has cleared snow to a remote farm; back cover colour Old Dutch cleanser ad features illustration of pretty girl; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. . Good. 1953. First Edition.
Canada: Douglas Mcintyre/see Pgw. Hardcover. 0888947151 160 pages. Select bibliography. Illustrated in black and white. Tells the story of Spain along British Columbia's shores. Vividly portrays life on board ship for Spanish officers and seamen. Records the Spaniard's first impressions of the native people of the region. Usual library markings. Binding iffy. Not pretty but a worthy reading copy. . Fair. 1991. First Edition.
Montreal: Maclean-Hunter. Paperback. 66 pages. Features: Cover photo of lady curler; Carling Black Label ad inside front cover claims it is Canada's best-selling (international) beer and shows ship exporting it to the world; Stephen Lewis - boy socialist of the NDP who's giving the old-line parties lessons in winning elections - article with caricature; How Computers May Catch Bad Drivers Before They Smash Up; Since When Did the Truth Become More Dangerous Than Danger Itself? (Editorial); Will Wawa's gun-totin' Christians fight for peace in Tanganyika? - Leigh Coop and Canadian Lay Missioners; Vintage one-page colour ad for the 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible (blue) entitled "Economy Car of GT Racer?"; One-page colour ad for the 1965 Ford Falcon Futura Convertible (light blue); Kodak camera colour ad; Glorious one-page colour-photo ad for the 1965 Ford Lincoln Continental shows lady with grey car picking up her mail at end of her private road; Nice one-page colour-photo ad for Sheaffer pens; Today's Religion - article with photos of Rabbi Abraham L. Feinberg, Father Frank Stone and Dr. Ernest Marshall Howse; The Guns of Christmas - a story of two thousand Canadian soldiers and the most gory and gaudy Christmas week of their lives as they fought, hand-to-hand, it Ortona, Italy during WWII; Two Solitudes Revisited; Would Canada Be Better Off Without Quebec?; Walter Homburger - the modest merchant of music - article with nice one-page photo; Push a Button, Housework's Done!; Curling article with input from Lyall Dagg; Report from Utopia - Alan Phillips sizes up havens to escape to; One-page ad by the "Ontario Government Trade Crusade" encourages readers to buy Canadian-made toys; Publisher Gray Campbell of Sidney, B.C. - article with photo; Toronto entertainer Randy Martin's latest gimmick - a two-man standup comedy team in living black and white; "We're Wasting Our Money Trying to 'Help' Canada's Delinquent Teenagers"; Back cover colour-photo Coke ad features basket of beagle puppies; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. . Good. 1964. First Edition.
Canada: McClelland and Stewart. Paperback. 0771089732 192 pages. List of sources. Generously illustrated with reproductions of archival black and white photos and illustrations. "In commemoration of the one hundredth anniversary of the North West Rebellion, here is a significant, lavishly illustrated book documenting one of the most dramatic events in Canadian history. This is the first book to describe the Rebellion in the words of the participants." - from back cover. Pertinent newspaper and magazine clippings affixed to first couple and last couple of pages. Unmarked. Average wear. A sound copy. . Good. 1985. First Edition.
Canada: LCMSDS. Paperback. 84 pages. Many reproductions of archival black and white photos. Features: The British Garrison and Montreal Society, 1830-50; Racism and Enlistment - The Second World War Policies of the Royal Canadian Air Force; Black Canadians and The RCAF's Recruiting Policy During the Second World War; Ware Art and Emotion; The Last Letter of Private Leslie Abram Neufeld; The Origins of War in the St. Lawrence - The Forgotten U-Boat Battles on Canada's Shores; The Militia Gunners; and more. Average wear. Date stamp atop page 1. A sound copy. . Good. 2012. First Edition.
Winnipeg: Stovel / National Home Monthly. Paperback. 76 pages. Features: Nice cover photo of the King and Queen with Princess Elizabeth; Fisher Body one-page ad features a McLaughlin-Buick; Wonderful colour one-page ad for Frigidaire fridges; News digest includes these headings - 'The Wild Geese', 'Politicians and Newspapers', 'Totalitarian Swapping', 'First Families', 'A Modern Napoleon', 'Mr. Bennett's Farewell', 'Dictatorship as a Refuge', 'Canada's Lesson from Europe', 'Dominion Unity', and 'Democracy's Frontier'; *Gorgeous* one-page colour ad for a dark blue 1939 Nash 4-Door Sedan; Canada's King and Queen Come Home - photo-illustrated article on their Canadian visit; The Iron Key (short story); Crime Comes to South Street (short story); All Our To-Morrows (short story); Historical Rhymes of Canada; Mr. Mayland Takes a Single (short story); Not in our Stars (short story); Strictly "Off the Record" - nice photo-illustrated article on Canadian figure skating with photos of Mary Rose Thacker of the Winnipeg Winter Club, Norah McCarthy, Canadiand Ladies' Junior Champion of 1938, and her 1939 Canadian Pair Champion partner Ralph McCreath, of the Toronto Skating Club; Nice one-page ad for the 1939 Pontiac; One-page Kodak ad with photos of six of their cameras, complete with prices and basic specs; The province of Saskatchewan is high-lighted in a one-page ad by the Automotive Industries of Canada; Banff and Alaska are featured in Canadian Pacific travel ad; Movie news with photos of Herbert Stothart, Bob Wright, Chet Forrest, pianist Stokowski, and Deanna Durbin; Fashion Illustrations; Canadian National ad features Jasper; Kellogg's All-Bran ad features "Fair Enough!" comic by C.A. Vought; Are You House Dreaming? - article on house design suggestions; Spring Magic - beauty article; Pond's ad features photos of The Lady Ursula Stewart and The Lady Bourke; Another Pond's ad features photo of Lady Harmsworth; Eating for Efficiency and Health; vintage Magic Baking Powder one-page ad features the New York World's Fair; Fabric Fundamentals; World Quotes; Nice colour Coke ad inside back cover features young man in tie and jacket drinking, with small inset colour photo of Coke cooler; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. . Good. 1939. First Edition.
Canada: LCMSDS. Paperback. 80 pages. Many reproductions of archival black and white photos. Features: First Canadian Army in France, July-September 1944; Approaches to Canadian Epitaphs of the Great War; The Unhappy History of the 5th Canadian Division in the First World War; Canadian Soldiers' Humour in the Great War; The Historical de la Grande Guerre and the Interplay of History and Memory; Lieutenant-General Robert Moncel on Wartime Leaders; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. . Good. 2013. First Edition.
Winnipeg: Home Publishing Company / National Home Monthly. Paperback. 52 pages. Features: News digest touches on Casablanca, Exploding a Nazi Lie, The Coming Invasion of Europe, and "Unconditional Surrender"; Nice one-page illustrated ad for Canadian Pacifid Air Lines; Canada - What of Tomorrow?; Canada's Fighting Ice Fishermen - photo-illustrated article on Canada's commercial ice fishermen; Control is not Everything (short story); Private Wilson Reporting for Duty (short story); The Saving Disgrace (short story); Hitler's "Cash & Carry" - a financial expert explains how Hitler can afford the war, and how he can keep it up; Unbroken Chain (short story); Hollywood news and photos; Photo of Lucille Ball in Woodbury Powder ad; Photo-illustrated RCAF recruiting ad for women; Great one-page illustrated Parker Pen ad shows sad young lovely waiting for letter from her boy overseas; So You're Going to Have a Baby!; Don't Throw that Old Garment Away!; The "Quality of Mercy" - short article on the Canadian Red Cross; Quotes from around the world; H.J. Heinz ad inside back cover explains how to make your wartime meals glow with appetite appeal; Wonderful back cover ad for the Canadian Red Cross calls for $10 million now!; and more. Somewhat above-average wear. A worthy copy of this excellent wartime issue. . Fair. 1943. First Edition.