Marie Claire Bis magazine -Picture Yasmin LeBon - fALL/WINTER 1986-1987 - 290 Complete pages. FASHION FROM PARIS FALL WINTER, ENGLISH TEXT -Peggy Roche, Adeline Andre, Marie-Pierre Tattarachi - Premiere ligne - portraits de femmes - Quotidien - Capriccio
Fortune Magazine- December 1972 190 complete pages. FRethinking the tax system - how an auto dealer makes a living - Cover: change comes to Matsushita - How the Brazilians manage their boom - The Pentagon enters its Era of Austerity
The New Yorker Magazine - August 25, 1956 - 96 complete pages. Cover by Peter Arno - The Arkin girls l- The Talk of the town - Frank Sinatra at the Parmount - Loaded with great cartoons. Letter from Rome - Loaded with beautiful ads.
Woman's Day magazine- March 8, 1977 complete magazine - 40 ways to beaqt midwinter blues - Beverly Sills tells her own story - salads that taste of spring - a house full of energy savers - High blood pressure
Woman's Day magazine - November 15, 1977 Almost 300 complete pages. 101 ways to keep yourself cozy all winter long - Beauty new for busy women - Gifts from your kitchen plus. favorite dishes from U. S. Harvest festivals.
Woman's Day magazine- February 1976 Complete magazine. Best Granny squares ever + special prizewinners to knit & crochet - Orchids, easy care houseplants. Great granny shawl or aqfghan to make(cover) instructions in issue.
Woman's Day Magazine- May 1975 complete magazine - new to make... sweaters and dresses for spring - toys, pillows & pictures - furniture fix ups - money facts - jumbo guide to food that freeze or can successfully
Woman's Day Magazine - June 1975 146 complete pages. A portfolio of easy stitches, all delectable: trims for hats, blouses, pillows - 20 great meals for days when you've no time to cook. 75 ways to decorate on budget
Woman's Day magazine- August 1974 170 complete pages. 50 under $50: choice pieces to buy or make for your home - Practical ways to lick depression - (cover: super easy Granny Beret & dog coat to make from our collection.
Woman's Day - July 1971 150 complete pages. Piggybank boutique:a50 easy tomake fashions instructions in the issue - Easy ways to cook the house - wear everywhere hat to crochet for $2.50, directionsincluded(cover)
Woman's Day - December 1967 96 complete pages. Special: Lady Bird Johnson's First Years of marriage. - 30 fabulous x-mas decorations to make - Gifts men like - low cost one dish dinners - Candy cook book
Life Magazine, October 27, 1967 Cover shows a soldier. Title is Inside the Cone of Fire at Con Thien. Feature article is about the Vietnam War. Article about Tap Pryor, biologist. Article about Janis Ian. The computer and how it works. Article on O. J. Simpson as a college halfback. Governors conference aboard ship, including Ronald Reagan, Romney, RockefellerConnally, Volpe, Chafee, Samuelson, Maddox. Article on the drug Speed. National Guard. Mary Wells on advertising. Raincoat fashions. Harvey Friedman, a 19-year-old teacher at Stanford. Full page color ads include, Smirnoff,; Chesterfield; Delco; GM (2 page) and Buick; Calvert; Time-Life books; Budweiser (2 page); KitchenAid; Berry Travel; Alka-Seltzer; Mennen; Dodge; Bounty from Campbell; Chrysler; Guardsmen cigars; Chevrolet (2 page); Colgate; Kool cigarettes; Pontiac; Canada Dry Wink; Polaroid; Brasilia from Georgia-Pacific; Andersen Windowals; Total Electric heat; Great American soup; Quaker State; Sprite; Old Crow; Arrow; Hammond Organ; Heublein Cocktails; Admiral refrigerator; and Winston cigarettes. Time Incorporated, 1967. Magazine, 10-1/2 by 13-3/4 inches, 114 pages. Some wear to outer edge of cover. Address label scar. Very good. Under 2 lbs. Shipping information will be found at the bottom of the home page. May be shipped Priority (3 - 4 days) (magazine). For International shipping, please ask for cost quote.
Here is an illustration created by the famous illustrator of Pulp Art Works ~ NORMAN BLAINE SAUNDERS, 1907-1989. He was so well known and popular in his time. Produced hundreds and hundreds of covers of all kinds. Pulp covers, Paperbacks, Comic Covers, Men's Magazines, Trading Cards. Tooo many publications to mention, (were impressed with how many), some examples as follows: Early Works: Cpt. Bill's Whiz Bang, Literary Digest, Mechanical Package, Technocrats, Hot to Build 20 Boats, Sport Afield, Modern Mechanix, Elks Journal Monthy. Pulps: All Detective, Dynamic Adventurer, Spicy Mystery, Saucy Dtores, Public Enemy, Saucy Movie Tales, Mystery Tales, Crime Busters, Two Gun Western, Western Story, etc..... That just only scratches the surface... We have obtained a MAGAZINE COVER ONLY - of the JUNE 1935 SPORTS AFIELD and TRAILS OF THE NORTHWOODS. America's Oldest Monthly Outdoor Magazine-Established 1887. Great depiction of an Native American Indian carrying a canoe, majestic mountains in the distance, in foreground, a Portage Trailer being pulled by a sedan. Here is a (quote) regarding this cover: Sports Afield, June 1935 cover by Normand Saunders This article for SPORTS AFIELD appeared on page 51 of the June 1935 issue, with a cover painting by Normand Saunders. (Norm often added the distinguishing florish of this extra d to this signature around this time.) The editor, Walter J. Wilwerding, who was Norm's former art teacher at the Federal School of Illustration, felt the cover needed to be accompanied by a clarifying statement about the impractical method of storing the camping equipment depicted in the painting. ---------------------------------------------OUR JUNE COVER By the Editor WALTER J. WILWERDING NORMAND SAUNDERS, who painted the cover of this issue and whose observations on Indians appeared in our May, 1934, number, is a young artist who is, in our opinion, going places. Much of his life has been spent on Indian reservations and, on a basis of that experience, he has painted many a strong cover for SPORTS AFIELD. As a student of Indian life he is entitled to considerable respect, more respect than he himself concedes to modern outdoor methods. In splendid fashion he catches the spirit of the Indian, but when he reproduces current sporting routine he becomes sketchy - symbolic rather than accurate. The idea, the symbolism, of his painting for our June front cover, is well handled but he, like other artists within our experience, receives with derision our comments on certain technical features of this cover. If an outboard motor and other equipment of a 1935 portage served to strengthen the contrast, they have served their purpose - regardless of the sloppy method of carrying the motor, regardless of the use of the right (wrong) running-board for tackle which belongs in the trailer, regardless of other trivial details. All right, Norm - pardon us for mentioning these inconsequential uses of artistic license. It is still an attractive cover and a strong study in contrast. (Unquote). Condition: Bright, vivid, great coloring. Has wear, fold in center, slight soiling, condition as shown in pictures. Still a great vintage cover to frame. Thank you for visiting DOGWOOD TRAIL ANTIQUES.
Wokman's Day - October 18, 1977 - complete magazine. Exclusives from 2 great bst sellers. 100 ways to say I Lofve you. Cookbook of hearty casseroles - Baking bread - A kitchen planning pro - Bonus: 10 transfers-this big mum plus Hallowean motifs
Good Housekeeping - Best Diets And Beauty - 1971 Editio
Good Housekeeping, Best diets and beauty - 1971 edition. 104 complete pages. 4 great diet plans to help you take off pounds - 125 delicious low calorie recipes - special: 8 page calorie guide - 31 dazzling haridos
Arizona Highways - August 1995 57 complete pages. Getaway alpine fishing - Yuma's Old Plant Road - The many moods of Flagstaff's sunset crater - Tandem Skydiving - Cover: Geronimo, renegade to showman, the prison years.
Arizona Highways - July 1995 57 complete pages of beautiful pictures[ The secret fish bait hiding in your fridge - The Strychnine massacre at Bloody Tanks - Arizona's west coast, water sports and casinos
Reminisce magazine - March/April 1995 67 complete & beautiful pages of pictures, etc. There was life before TV - Rumbling recollection - Remember the Crosley! - Dinner with Elvis - I saved Jackie Coogan - Banding together
Reminisce magazine- Jan/ Feb. 1995 71 beautiful and complete pages.Willie was a pip - underground movies - Mail memories - high flying hostess - sanctum sounds - Hot stuff - Stop Da music - Harkin back to Larkin8
Reminisce magazine- July/August 1994 71 beautiful and complete pages. An actress saved her life - Go west, young ladies - The pleasures of a porch - Savor summer's flavor!lsome pop with pop - world's record hoopla
Reminisce magazine- March/April 1994 71 complete pages of beautiful pictures, stories, etc. Our Jolly Trolley trips - A flight with Cousin Phil - Big Band bash - Avian apartment builder - Make memorable meals.
Reminisce Magazine- January/ February 1994 - 67 complete and beautiful pages of pictures, articles. $3 bill wasn't always a joke - Movie palace was grand - Fun in the fifties - mule train memories - Blizzard bound
Reminisce Magazine - September/October 1993 - 67 beautiful and complete pages. Phone follies, Washer wonders, Mana's Manna - Puttin up the preserves =The best prank ever - The old five and dime - Mercury Magic
Reminisce Magazine- July/August 1993 67 complete and beautiful pages. an old fashioned fourth - Blast from the past - Stickball stories - Colorful music - Trolley talk -Oldies bu goodies - Frozen favorite
Reminisce magazine Extra - February 1993 =Lincoln's letter - Strong medicine - Dancing for dollars - Washday in Winter (67 complete and beautiful pages of pictures, etc.) Motoring memories - Whistle stop
Reminisce Magazine - January/February 1993 - 67 complete and beautiful pages of colors, etc. Winter scenes galore - Marble Mania - Snowbound - Life in the CCC - My first car - Judge is Mom first - Sledding on the slopes
Reminisce Magazine- Sept./ October 1992 67 smooth, beautiful and complete pages. Cover: one class school house Matinees and milky ways - Pedaling with pumpers - Fight night fiasco - back to school - Savory favorities - music makers
Reminisce Magazine - July/August 1992 67 smooth and complete pages. Heavier paper. Fishing with Grandpa - Berrytasty - Pictures from the past - My first car - The Ridge runner - Heavenly treat - the soft drink soft sell. wireless wonders
Reminisce Magazine - May/June 1992 67 smoth and complete pages filled with old time stories and beautiful picures - Miracle of music - A wild mile run - Pleasures of a porch. Basketful of greetings. Built for speed
Reminisce Magazine - March/ April 1992 67 smooth paper complete pages loaded with beautiful colored pictures. A victorian revival - A hem for a hen - one room school days - Its circus day. Birdhouse buildings - Real Big wheel
Reminisce Magazine - January/February 1992 67 smooth complete pages of beautiful pictures, old time stories. I was a G.I.War Bride - Polar programs Signs of the Times, like Burma Shavek - Undercover railroad is right on track
Reminisce Magazine- Nov., Dec., 1991 67 beautiful pages of pictures galore. Old time carriage on cover. Frantic fifties - football follies - Barnstortming pilot - Big band memory , pictures of Elvis and Lawrence Welk.
Reminisce magazine - Premier issue 1991 66 beautiful colored pages with lots of pictures. Welcome to an entirely different type of magazine ( NO ADS) that bring back the good times by taking you on a walk down memory lane
Popular Science Magazine- November 1988 150 complete pages. cover: Mach 5 spy plane, the air force is building the world's fastest aircraft. Home electronics for 1989 - Sharpies, everythibng machines plane and much more
Popular science magazine- June 1988 130 complete pages. 5 elegant problem solving decks - spirited 2 seater fun cars - New for home viewing: 3-D tapes, videodiscs, broadcasts, video games, computer graphics and more.
Popular Science magazine- May 1988 136 complete pages. Vacation travel - 300 science and technology centers you can visit k- New generation Turbos: How ceramics variable vanes, and new designs are curing turbocharger ills.
Popular Science magazine- March 1988 128 complete pages. Video phones -here now and under $400 - use regular phone lines at regular rates. Does 4 wheel steering drive circles around two wheel steering?
Popular Science Magazine- June 1987 136 complete pages. Frozen tools - Striking metallurgical phenomenon: steel choilled to - 320o F wears better, stays sharp longer. Pick of the pickups - supercollider - Loudspeakers designed for digital sound
Popular Science magazine- February 1987 150 complete pages. 88pound pedal plane - MIT engineering pushes technology to the limit - We test GM's comeback cars: Beretta dn Bonneville- Compute everywhere with PCsto go
Rod & Custom Magazine- August 1972 74 complete pages in extra fine magazine - First N.S.R.A. regional - early iron profile: 39 Pontiac - Project car reports - restyling-41 Chevy, Ford, Plymouth. Wilson Farrell's Flexie Flyer
Super Stock & Drag Illustrated Magazine - April 1973
Super Stock & drag illustrated magazine- April 1973 - 82 complete pages in great shape magazine - You, your car & smog - Richard Petty builds revolutionary pro stock - Tech reports - Chevrolet doomed? 3 second pro stocks - funny car color
Super stock & drag illustrated - May 1973 -82 complete pages in a great conditioned magazine. Vega Variations - Funny car freak out - MoPar's Movers - Safety breakthrough - Charlie Proites Pabst Charger
Rod & Custom Magazine- September 1972 74 complete pages. 3rdannual Yellowstone run - How to Template tips for flame cutting - Build a low dollar engine stand - Dodge steering for street rods - club poker run-'40's LTD, style (Magazine in great shape)
January 1965 Boys Life Magazine. Contains (varies with each issue) many advertisements with movie and TV stars, athletes and other famous people with ads advertising in food, cars, furniture, appliances, and more. Overall condition of the magazine is good. 05Books033
July 1962 Boys Life Magazine. Contains (varies with each issue) many advertisements with movie and TV stars, athletes and other famous people with ads advertising in food, cars, furniture, appliances, and more. Overall condition of the magazine is fair to poor (back cover is missing). 05Books032
This item is a US Toy Collector Magazine March 1990 issue. Filled with great articles, advertisements and photos. They are good reference material for the collector,generally good condition,little cover wear.
This item is a lot of 1993 Toy Trucker and Contractor Magazines. The issues are: Jan,May, June,Aug,and,Nov . Filled with great articles, advertisements and photos. They are good reference material for the collector,generally good condition,slight cover wear.
This item is a lot of 1990 Toy Trucker and Contractor Magazines. The issues are: April,May,June,Sep, Nov and Dec. Filled with great articles, advertisements and photos. They are good reference material for the collector,generally good condition,slight cover wear.
This January 1960 Daring Romances magazine is in very good condition but has slightly yellowed pages and measures approx. 8 1/4 x 11 . This magazine's front cover features He Paid Boys To Lie About Me, Horsewhipped In Public, My Sister Couldn't Leave Men Alone .
This October 1960 (Vol.4-No.6) Vintage Pose magazine is in good condition but has yellowed pages x 11 . This magazine's front cover features Babes, Bricks And Booze-How They Toppled Zsa Zsa's Playmate, Book Bonus: Behind The Eichmann Case! He Unleashed Sadistic Beauties To Tease, Torture .
This Summer 1961 (Vol.4) Vintage Vagabond magazine is in excellent condition and measures approx. 8 1/2 x 11 . This magazine's front cover features Vacation Annual which has a 16-Page Souvenir Pull-Out: The Vagabond's Cartoon World, Meet The World's Most Beautiful Models, Your Complete Summer Vacation Itinerary Home And Abroad Lessons On How To Make Out On The High Seas .
This 1961 (Vol.1-No.22) Vintage Spree magazine is in very good condition but has slightly yellowed pages and measures approx. 8 1/4 x 10 3/4 . This magazine's front cover features Exclusive! Daring Photos Of Hollywood's Newest, Spiciest, Adult Movie, Accent On Youth-Lovely, Mischievous Girls, Light-Hearted, Racy Fiction And Humor .
This 1961 (Vol.2-No.6) Vintage Sir Knight magazine is in excellent condition and measures approx. 8 x 11 . This magazine's front cover features Double-Cross Plot Of The Snatch Artist, Shenanigans At Madam Bikini's .
This January 1961 (Vol.VII-No.1) Vintage Caper magazine is in excellent condition and measures approx. 8 1/4 x 11 . This magazine's front cover features Book Excerpt: Sex And The Armed Services, Nudes On Ice .