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Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, January 4, 1964 - The Outstanding Canadians of 1963 / Douglas Duncan - The Man Who Discovered Canadain Painting
Maclean-Hunter Limited, 1964. 50 pages. Features: Douglas Harkness - the lonely ordeal of a rebel Tory; All federal Tories like Duff Roblin; Clayton Boston (Slim) Delbridge and the B.C. Lions of the C.F.L.; Songs to Break Up Canada By - and an Anthem That Can't Offend Anyone - Editorial; The Outstanding Canadians of 1963, with photos - Sister Marie Laurent-de-Rome, Woodrow Lloyd, Glen How, Jack Leitch, Leo Plouffe, Claude Jutra, Leon Major, Ed Mirvish, C.B. MacPherson, Sylvia Fricker, Ian Tyson, Sharp, Mitchell, Peter C. Newman, Pat(rick) Watson; The Growing Acceptance of "Harmless" Narcotics; How I Worked My Way through College Peddling Pot; Douglas Duncan - The Man Who Discovered Canadian Painting; Mad Assault on Everest by Canadian Engineer Earl Denman (a Maclean's Flashback); How John Chester and Family are beating $20,000 in debts; The Older You Get, The Harder the Crooks go after Your Money; Old Books - The Fastest-Growing Cult on the Cultural Front; Old (Antiquarian) Books - The Fastest Growing Cult on the Cultural Front - article with nice photos; Fantastic two-colour one-page photo ad for Ian and Sylvia feature in the next issue of Chatelaine; The Incredible Pace of Modern Master John O'Hara; Ottawa Should Build Schools for Bilingualism in every Province; Nice colour-photo Coke ad on back cover features youthful gang singing with player piano; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding sound. A quality vintage copy.
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