This 1960 (Vol.1-No.4) Vintage Adam Bedside Reader magazine (The Man's Home Companion)is in very good condition with slightly yellowed pages and measures approx. 8 1/4 x 11 . This magazine's features are: Love Cave's Living Burial, War Of The Sex Machines, Crawford's Hottest Case, Creature Of Strange Desires Plus Many More All New Action-Packed Stories, Articles .
Adam Annual Special Edition Magazine-1960-candy Barr
This 1960 Vintage Adam Special Edition magazine (The Man's Home Companion) is in excellent condition with slight writing on the front cover and measures approx. 8 1/4 x 10 3/4 . This is the 1960 Annual Bonus Issue which is All New Adam's Eve is Candy Barr photographed by Keith Bernard Cover Girl is Lynn Hayward photographed by Keith Bernard.
This 1960 (Vol.4-No.5) Vintage Adam magazine (The Man's Home Companion)is in excellent condition and measures approx. 8 1/4 x 11 . This magazine's Adam's Eve is Ann Vila photographed by Ron Vogel Cover Girl is Sandra Giles photographed by Art Messick.
This December 1959 (Vol.V-No.1) Vintage Escapade magazine is in very good condition with slight wear to covers and measures approx. 8 1/4 x 10 3/4 . The front cover features: Florida's Fabulous University Of Miami .
This July 1959 (Vol.1-No.4) Vintage Knave magazine is in good condition and measures approx. 8 1/4 x 11 . The front cover features: Special! A Figure Model's Private Photo File, Retroactive Virgin By Harvey Willig .
This 1959 (No.3) Vintage King magazine is in very good condition and measures approx. 8 1/4 x 10 3/4 . The Contents in this magazine is: A Jag For Sandy, Open Season On Shirley, On Chocolate Bars And Frauleins, Sugar 'N Spice, Strange Saga Of The Shenandoah, Soft Like A Kitten, From The Throne Room, In The Mood To Please, The Art Of Love, A Quiet Day, Stella, Beauty Around The World, Dear Miss Middlesex .
This December 1959 (Vol.1-No.6) Vintage Knave magazine(First Monthly Issue)is in good condition and measures approx. 8 1/4 x 11 . The front cover features The Nude, The Private Eye And The Rhode Island Hen (A Rusty Blayd Mystery By Algis Budrys) & One Last Look By Henry Slesar.
Venus Magazine-1959-collection Of Fun & Frolic For Men
This 1959 (Vol.1-No.10) Vintage Venus magazine is in excellent condition but is slightly yellowed. This vintage magazine measures approx. 8 1/4 x 11 and is suitable for framing. The front cover features: Another Select Collection Of Fun And Frolic For Men .
This May 1959 (Vol.2-No.6) Scamp magazine (The Sparkling Companion For Men)is in excellent condition but has slightly yellowed pages and measures approx. 8 x 11 . The front cover features: You've All Got Three Heads By Joe E. Lewis, A British Beauty's Success Story: Hollywood Or Bust-In Full Color .
This September 1959 (Vol.1-No.6) Vintage Plush magazine (Living For Men) is in good condition but has slightly yellowed pages and measures approx. 8 1/4 x 11 . The Plush Girl Of The Month is Carol Hill on the front cover.
This July 1959 (Vol.2-No.4) Vintage Monsieur magazine (Entertainment For Sophisticated Men) is in excellent condition and measures approx. 8 1/2 x 11 . The front cover features Lowdown On High Society, The Playboy And The Playgirl, Dubronyi: The Sculptor And His Nude Princess, Music: The Age Old Seducer .
This 1959 (Vol.1-No.10) Mermaid magazine (The Magazine For Adults) is in good condition but has slightly yellowed pages x 11 . The front cover features The Finest In Man-Pleasing Fiction And Fact For Modern Men .
This February 1959 (Vol.III-No.8) Vintage Escapade magazine is in excellent condition but has slightly yellowed pages and measures approx. 8 1/2 x 11 . The front cover features: Escapade Visits The University Of Texas .
This 1958 (Vol.1-No.3) Vintage Spree magazine is in excellent condition and measures approx. 8 1/4 x 10 3/4 . The front cover features Special Around The World Issue, Sex Humor Fiction From America, France, Germany, Mexico, Japan, Italy .
This 1958 (Vol.1-No.1) Vintage Plush magazine (Living For Men) is in very good condition and measures approx. 8 1/4 x 11 . The front cover features The Great Bosom Bonanza, Las Vegas: Love/On A Chip, Plush Showcase (A Gallery Of Nudes) .
This October 1957 (Vol.2-No.4) Vintage Jem magazine is in good condition but has slightly yellowed pages and measures approx. 8 1/4 x 11. The front cover features How To Be A Grade A Cad, Women Have The Dirtiest Minds .
Ladies Home Journal magazine- May 1974 174 complete pages. Cover: Life with Prioncess Grace, interview with Prince Ranier - The truth about my novel, by Spiro Agnew. Psychiatrists guide to guilt free motherhood - Mayor Aliotos wife tells why she ran away
Ladies Home Journal Magazine - June 1985 - 172 complete pages. How to be a survivor: Jane Wyman, Donna Reed, Anne Baxter - Bill Cosby: how our show became No. 1 - 8 page bonus: guide to bringing up baby - Terrific summer food.
Ladies Hoame Journal magazine- May 1989 254 complete pages. Cover: Fergie shapes up-I was sick of looking like a frump, per personal diet and exercise plan. Raquel Welch Interview - Talking with Roseanne's huggable TV hubby - Amazing kitchen makerover-less than $2,000
Woman's Day Magazine - October 25, 1988 226 complete pages. Take 2 off yoru hips - crash course cooking the heralthy way - The grugal gourmets best home cooking - 3 weeks to gorgeous nails - Little signs of big health problems
Woman's Day Magazine ,- Super Special May 1988 - 112 complete pages. 101 ways to Lose Weight land stay healthy - 15 minute shape ups. 16 page guide to a great body - Match your new diet to y ou. Super quick family meals - cut calolries & time
Woman's Day Magazine- June 28, 1988 160 complete pages. super decorating oideas $100 or less - Great American barbecue recipes - You can finally get rid of Cellulite - Aids and blood transfusions: cutting your risk - Leo Buscaglia's Rules of love
Woman's Day magazine - Feb. 11, 1986 15 complete pages. Optimists live longer -kids' ear infections - When to say No to surgery l- Secrets of terrific stews plus 10 hearty recipes - The mystery ingredient in super moist cookies
Ladies Home Journal magazine- July 1974 122 complete pages. Cover: Cher: hgis exclusive story of life without Sonn. Lana Turner, a living legend's intimate memoirs - Kissinger close up byGina Lollobrigida - Billie Jean King, my liberated marriage
The Saturday Evening Post Magazine- Sept. 30, 1961
The Saturday Eveniong Post magazine- September 30, 1961 -114 complete pages. The yolung millionairs of Phoenix - The South will change by Ralph McGill -William Saroyan never wanted to live in Paris= Tito: Cold war middle man .
The Saturday Evening Post Magazine - June 20, 1959 =108 complete pages. Cover by John Falter - Are we retiring people too early? - Revolution on Main Street by Stewart Alsop -Loneliest man in Frabnce - The Untold story of Little rock - A visit with Ingemar Johansson
The Saturday Evening Post Magazine- January 24, 1959
The Saturday Evening Post Magazine- January 24, 1959 - 84 complete pages. Second Most powerful American: Lyncon Johnson by Stewart Alsop - Private lives of Hollywood extras - Cover by John Falter - Basketball's little whirlwind - The Angel of Hudson Bay
The Saturday Evening Post Magazine -january 18, 1958
The Saturday Evening Post Magazine- January 18, 1958 - 90 complete pages. Cover Ben Franklin - I call on Edward R. Murrow - A woman's story of hr widowhood and remarriage - I was a 6'9 babe in the woods - The changing Midwest -I saw the Algerian rebels in action
The Saturday Evening Post magazine- June 7, 1952 - 160 complete pages. Is America Going Isolationist again? by Samuel Lubell - Red China's War against god by Peggy Durdin -Cover by Alajalov - The Strange case of Ezzard Charles - How to fool a fish
Ladies Home Journal magazine - April 1973 - 156 complete pages Cover: First photos of Sophia Loren and her baby son. Pearl Buck's oriental cookbook -Franklin & Eleanor: the untold story of My father & mother by Elliorr Roosevelt = Brando - Bing Crosby
Ladies Home Journal magazine- September 1972 - 208 complete pages. What really happened, Clifford Irving writes story of the Howard Hughes Hoax - Cover: The new Mary Tyler Moore - Mr.Kenneth's complete book of hair care - Dr. Rubin:understanding men who lilke pornography
Ladies Home Journal Magazine- July 1972 160 comp[lete pages. Prewsident Nixon on cover qwith daughter Julie - The Stepford Wives. I remember J. Edgar Hoover by Lynda Johnson Robb - Ralph Nader: The scandal of our blood banks
Ladies Home Journal magazine- May 1972 148 complete pages. Mrs. Clifford Irving: the private lkife of the woman behind the headlines in the Howard Hughes Hoax. - Rose Kennedy talks about Ted, drugs, mothrhood, Catholicism and keeping young. In China with Barbara Walters - Amy Vanderbilt
Ladies Home Journal magazine - February 1973 -154 complete pages. Colver: Here Lies Elizabeth Taylor Burton.. Kathleen Kennedy's wild raft ride down the Mississippi - New Pearl Buck Story - First lady diets! Jackie, Lady bird, and Pat Nixon
Ladies Home Journal Magazine - December 1972 130 complete pages - Mrs. Spencer Tracy tells her bittersweet love story. Mrs Billy Graham:Teaching children to believe in God - Ralph Nader - Bob H ope: How I atreied to Free our P.O.W.'s
Ladies Home Journal magazine- October 1972 -194 complete pages. Cover: AFter Love Story...The Private world of Ali MacGraw - Mrs. Eagleton's very personal story - The unconventional McGovern family - George Wallace's women - New Russian cancer drugs now being tested in U. S.
Ladies Home Journal magazine- August 1972 - 106 complete pages. Cover: Maud Adams - That Frenchwoman's White House romance with Henry Kissinger. Lynda Biord flies - Ralph Nader: 10 ways to clean up your drinking water - Dr. Bettelheim - The American Nurse - Make Liza Minnelli's fabulous designer cape
Ladies Home Journal magazine- June 1972 116 complete pages - Mr. Life as Mrs. Tiny Tim, Miss Vicki tells all -Cover: Tricia Sambrera - The Godfather's diaryl - Psychic women reveal their supernatural powers
Ladies Home Journal Magazine- March 1972 156 complete pages. Cover: Mamma Mia!Sophia Loren's new Italian cookbook - Henry Kissingers secretaries report Our top secret in weeek in China = Ralph Nader exposes summer camp risks. Dr. Rubin
Ladies Home Journal magazine - February 1971 =156 complete pages. Cover: Ali MacGraw: Lovde Story's - Ali models maternity fashions - The Kennedy's Nurse: aher very private memoirs - Why 30,000 wives run away every year.
101 Patchwork patterns - copyright 1962 124 complete pages. By Ruby McKim quilt name stories, cutting designs, material suggestions - yardage estimates, definite instructions for every step of quilt making
Detroit Pistons Insiders - 1990-91 60 complete pages. Official magazine of the Detroit Pistsons: Cover: Isiah Thomas and Joe Dumars - Autographs: atangible pieces of Detroit superstars Dave Bing illustrated
Life Magazine- July 11, 1971 80 complete pages. Washington super ball - Gala party at the JFK Center. Ted and Joan Kennedy The outrageous Lyle Stuart - Guardian of a great legacy Mrs. Frank Lloyd Wright -
Life Magazine - May 21, 1971 - 74 complete pages. Cover: L.B. J. back home. How the U.S muffed a chance to end the Vietnam war by former PM Harold Wilson - Long hikes for money -The drama inside the Berrigan circle
Life Magazine- June 19, 1970 68 complete pages. Cover: The Easy Rider makes a wild new movie:Actor-director Dennis Hopper - 70 stages its last confrontation - Ben Chaney at aa and at 17 -Tiny Warriors of Africa
Life Magazine- April 21, 1967 116 complee pages. Modern society's growing challenge : The struggle to be an individual -The not so private eye - Wilt Chamberlain. just too much giant - Murf the surf and his jewel studded jinx
Life Magazine- November 28, 1969 84 complete pages. The U. S. Mail mess(cover Pro football's purple gang - Spiro Agnew says I did it on my own. =The father of the Kennedy's Southern strategy and southern stigma
Life Magazine- June 10, 1967 88 complete pages. Cover: In the wake of the war, Kosygin at the U. N. =In the Gaza, refugee roundup - surprise summit and the World comes to Glassboro- Winningst born loser
Life Magazine- May 25, 1962 100 complete pages. Adventures on wheels in Wildest Africa - Cover: Prince Juan Carlos weds his princess - Lolita becomes a movie - The Adams papers:John Adams discovers the problems of power
Life Magazine- October 4, 1963 136 complee pages. Cover: aThe secret of life - Jackie Robinson scouts the series - Roy Cohn: is he a liar under oath? - Soviets hunt crops as a shipload comes a cropper - Mom, Doc and those quintsd are just fine. Liz eyes Sue as stars fall on Mexico
Life Magazine - September 25, 1964 142 complete pages. Cover: America's giant jump into space - Moon race blots out a town - The wild wet fury of weather gone mad - The $100,000 finish in first U.S. sweeps
Life Magazine- August 14, 1964 -98 complete pages. Cover: Lyndon Johnson:the complex and extraordinary man who is the President. Houses afloat on Kashmir's Lakes - Vanderbilt women, famous as beauties and firebrands
Life Magazine - May 21, 1965 - 124 complete pages.Cover: Courtrtoom pictures of the Klan Maurder Trail: Defense lalwyer Matt Murphy -Flip top plane fliees two ways - Its not music to listen to, it's to move by
Life Magazine- February 19, 1965 120 complete pages. Critical turn in Vietnam - Cover: The g reat white wizard, Dr. Schweitzer at 90 -he Queen of England calls on Judah's Lion -Bull fighting - The social ways of monkeys
Ladies Home Journal magazine - March 1984 172 complete pages. Cover: Stefanie Powers: I'M sorry I don't have a man to share my life - Dolly Parton did it - Hollywood's greatest love stories - Medical terms every woman must know
Ladies Home Journal -October 1983 212 complete pages. The cover has dark smudges on but entire contents in good order. Cover: Prince Charles: How we are raising our son - LHJ goes to a ball with Diana - Mariette Hartley models our super sweater - Excerpts from the Diary of Anne Frank
Ladies Home Journal - April 1979 194 complete pages. The Pope's early poetry. Cover: Cher Today - Margaret Trudeau: canada's stormy lady still shocking the world - Linda Goodman's April love signs - Animal cakes
Ladies Home Journal Magazine- May 1975 - 130 complete pages - An Intimate look at the Fords by Candice Bergern (Cover) = Mrs. Wilbur Mills. how a loyal wife coped with a marital scandel - Maril,yn Monroe & Joe DiMaggio, a strange love story
Ladies Home Journal magazine- May 1974 174 complete pages. Cover: Life with Grace, an exclusive interview with Prince Rainier - Excerpt Spiro Agnew's novel - May Aliot's wife tells why she ran away - Amy Vanderbilt on weddings. Olympic star Olga Korbut
Ladies Home Journal Magazine- February 1974 - 162 complete pages. Cover: Joanna Carson, Johnny Carson's new wife, new life - Jacqueline Susann's sizzling new novel - How the Ted Kennedys handled their son's crisis - Ralph Nader's RX for high hospital costs
Woman's Day - October 1972 278 complete pages30 great designs to crochet, sewe, knit and embroider - Julia Child tackles the high cost of eating really well - Rod McKuen: the time to love, heavenly home, baked breads - Cover: Miniature bouquets of fall strawflowers
Life Magazine- October 14, 1966 146 complete pages. Cover: Controlled violence of the pros. Ian Fleming: James Bond is born - Ronald Reagan and Pat Brown in California for Governor - Piet Hein bestrides art and science
Life Magazine - Janury 14, 1966 complete magazine .Cover: North Vietnam's Pres. Ho Chi Minh and Prime Minister Pham Van Dong in Hanoi - U.S. envoys deploy around the world: Peach drive aimed at these two men.
Life Magazine- January 14, 1964 88 complete pages. Cover: Panama City: at Canal Zone Border rioters hoist flag above a flaming car(story and more pictures) - First state social by the chief. Jackie Kennedy .
Life Magazine- October 11, 1963 128 complete pages. McNamara's Mission: MME. Nhu on the road - Vietnam climax - the 117 day zero calorie det Cover: Mme. Nhu and her daughter Le Thuy =Death for a dancing elephant
The Children's Treasure House Magazine March 8, 1928
The Children's Treasure House magazine- March 8, 1928 - London England - Over 100 pages. No. 36 -The precious jewel box in which a Bird is bokrn - The mighty little race of Lichens -The animals of Australiasia
The Children's Treasure House Magazine - June 16,1927
The Children's Treasure House magazine- June 16, 1927 - No. 17 Over 100 pages. The wolf and its wisdom -A flight of British Moths - The sight that frightened Pharaoh -Mad Sailor man The childrens picture gallery
The Children's Treasure Houe - FEbruary 9, 1928 - Over 100 pages. # 34 - wonderful things the birds can do - The home life of our feathered friends - The unfolding glory of springs - how a spray of lilac comes into the world
The Children's Treasure House Magazine- Apr. 27, 1927
The Children's Treasure houe magazine- April 17, 1927 - London, England - # 12 Queer things missing in the animal kingdom -Shells from many lands and seas - The polar bears wake up -Pastleur and his wonderful lamp
The Childlren's Treasure House Magazine - June 2, 1927
The Children's Treasure house magazine= June 2, 1927 - London, England - Over 100 pages. Heroes of the Animal Kingdom -The armadillo goes to sleep -When the morning stars sang together - The Children's Museum
Millimeter Magazine- July 1981 180 complete pages. Ron Maxwell directs The Night the Lights went out in Georgia - Lighting close ups - Using SMPTE Time code for EFP - commercial music and animation updates
The Children's Treasure House Magazine- Jan. 12, 1928
The Children's Treasure House magazine - January 12, 1928 - # 32 - Made in London, England - he wonder of the world and the Glory of the age. Birds that laught and birds that terrify- Here sleeps Jane Austen
The Children's Treasure House Magazine- December 15, 1927 =-Made in London England - # 30 -The tiger with the eyes of fire -The Octopus of the woods - The glory of the Ivy in the autumn- The eternal war in the air
Records and recording magazine - June 1974 -94 complete pages. Made in London England - Cover: Christa Ludwig,discography - Oboade perform the Gbain ritual dance - Mustapha Tete Addy, Ghanaian master drummer - Samson & Dalila - Rachmaninoff The Bells
The Children's Treasure House - May 19, 1927 Made in London, England # 15 - over 100 beautiful pages. In the zoo beneath our feet 0The badger and his secret chambers -Why Byron and Scott are famous -Uncle Sam's black people at work