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Maclean's Magazine, June 1st, 1937
Maclean Hunter, 1937. Features: Cover art by V. Sibley; Nice colour-illustrated ad for International Trucks inside front cover features the 1.5 ton Model D-30 with special panel-stake body; Sal Hepatica ad; Nice two-colour ad for Eveready flashlights and fresh batteries; Nice black and white full-page ad for Canada Dry; The Piping Days of Peace - fiction by Talbot Mundy; When Do I Fly?, by A.H. Sandwell - we will be able to fly from Halifax to Vancouver next year in 23 hours; The Little Guy - a (fictional) story of modern marriage) by John Randolph Phillips; The Odds aare Fixed, by Thomas Percy - A Startling Expose of the Crooked Truth About Gambling Equipment; Beverley Baxter's London Letter - Mr. Baldwin to Retire; The Cinnamon Bride - an eerie story of primitive love in the Borneo jungle by James Francis Dwyer; The Provinces Plead - Canada's seventy-year-old constitutional dilemma as the provinces see it; Tennis Looks Up - after a number of lean years the net game in Canada is in for a good season, says Marcel Rainville; The Man in Dress Clothes, by Benge Atlee, illustrated by Dudley Glayne Summers (conclusion); Leaders of Business Series, No. 4 - Harvey R. MacMillan; Modern Market - a camera's-eye view of the new Toronto Stock Exchange - includes seven photos and article; Nice two-page Oldsmobile ad; Nice full-page black and white ad for Sisman's Scampers (shoes) inside back cover - "Walk on Cork"; Lovely colour ad for Buckingham cigarettes on back cover. Faint bit of writing upon front cover. Address label on back cover. Moderate wear. A sound copy.
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