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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, April 25, 1959 - Canadian Painter James Wilson Morrice
Maclean Hunter. 68 pages. Features: Schools should teach religion as a subject, not a faith; Macmillan's 30 fateful minutes in Moscow; *Fantastic* two-page colour ad for International trucks shows five different models; Gorgeous colour photo ad for the 1959 Buick Le Sabre convertible; How Dangerous is Natural Gas? - some people are concerned; Can the University of Toronto (U of T) survive sheer size? - article with photos; The hectic scramble for the class of 1959 - courted by hundreds of company recruiters; Canada needs a lobby in Washington; The Sleuths who probe our air disasters - with photo of the remains of a DC-4 which crashed in Quebec in 1957, killing 79 people; James Wilson Morrice - the painter we weren't ready for - article with colour illustrations; Nice Canadian Pacific centrefold ad for Canadian Pacific shows a large map of the world and their various transporations services; Nice Black Label beer ad shows massive glass of beer in the wilderness; Two-page black and white photo ad for Toro lawn mowers; Nice colour photo ad for Old Vienna beer inside back cover; Colour ad on back cover for S.O.S. pads and how they can be used to clean white wall tires; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. Magazine
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