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Maclean's Magazine, 1 January 1966: The Outstanding Canadians of 1965
Maclean Hunter. 48 pages. Contents: Garth Crockett and his work with native peoples; Patrick MacFadden rocks quiet old McGill University; The Outstanding Canadians of 1965 - text and photos for Teresa Stratas, Jean Vanier, Walter Homburger, Nathan Phillips, Claude WagnerBill Crothers, Alanis Obomsawin, Samuel Bronfman, Stephen Vizinczey, Frank Skinner; Alice Girard, Frank Sobey, John MacAulay, Bill McWhinney, Arthur Erickson and Geoffrey Massey; How John Diefenbaker Lost (and won) the Election; The New Gastronomy - Ian Sclanders visits a Lucullan feast prepared by chef Coco Svetko and restaurateur Cliff Missios for Confrerie de la Chaine des Rotisseurs; What do you mean you don't like television commercials? Mike Duff - Image-maker on Wheels - one of the world's top motorcycle racers; What's causing this crazy weather? - is atomic testing changing the weather?; U.N. Crisis-Killer - Paul Tremblay (conclusion of a series Our Man in New York); Voila!, the Lion growled in French - a play about a boy and his lion is translated into French; Nice colour photo ad for the 1966 GM Beaumont on back cover. Age-related yellowing to cover and some pages. Average wear. A sound copy. Magazine
Bookseller: Online Bookshop Jim and Mina Stachow
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