McCall's Magazine- May 1971 - 148 complete pages. Cover: The Nixons nobody knows; a surprisingly private view of a public marriage - What to wear to those new weddings. What its really like to be Betty Friedan - How my garden grows by Thalassa Cruso
The Family Handyman - June 1964 82 complete pages. Backyard beach club for only $50. - new...foolproof termite proofing - as easy as A-B-C - What you must know to feed lawns, shrubs and tdrees - Modern waya to water your lawn
The Family Handyman - February 1968- 74 complete pages. Hideway workshop... you'll never know its there. East 30 minute project-install a delay switch for safe lighting of stairs and danger spots - Low humidity menaces health and home. Special build ins issue, 23 ideas for every need
The Family Handyman - August 1964 82 complete pages. Workshop and storage, all on one wall - 10 ways to make lawn care a snap - 5 clever decorator ideas for front doors - build a different stone charcoal grille
The Family Handyman - August 1963 74 complete pages. What to do to help heat-murdered lawns - Don't air condition without this dollar saving advice - The bandsaw: expert tricks you never knew - Garden tool shed
The Family Handyman - April 1964 82 complete pages. Spring fix up issue: Complete guide for lusing newest house paints - give your lawn and shrubs a head start - repair storm damaged gutters, downspouts, mortar and siding
Family Circle - February 1966 104 complete pages. The fashion news for spring 1966 - Best budget steaks, party pretty cakes - Portfolio of kitchen ideas - when a child goes to the hospital - Hidden high blood pressure
Family Circle - June 1966 -110 complete pages. The young looks of summer beauty - Food ideas: Hamburgers, stuffed franks and more - Allergy: a progress report - When you child comes home crying - Summer sportswear
U. S. News & World report - May 6, 1974 - 94 complete pages. What's wrong with congress? Six senators speak out - Springtime mood at grass roots - On Nixon...inflation...Politics...Business...Morale - Hot times for a Cool Trudeau
U. S. News & World Report - April 22, 1974 - 92 complete pages. Who runs America? - a National survey - why are these rated the 12 most influential people in the U.S?(Nixon, Ford, Kissinger, Kennedy, etc.
Better Homes and Gardens - November 1952 - 294 complete pages. Holiday foods - Build a wall cabinet - Pictcure frames you can make - highlights on lighting news - Garden roundup time is here . lets serve cranberry sauce - have a feast of turker leftovers
Better Homes & Gardens - June 1939 - 98 complete pages - Stupendous scale gardening - Sachets and potpourri - Your laundry room - Your sun porch, Garden and porch furniture, Garden time meals - kitchen face lifting
Better Homes & Gardens - August 1939 - 72 complete pages. We dug our house out of the Ground-Carveth Wells --Outdoor living-rooms, fireplaces - How to attract birds - Outdoor dining - Changes in furniture - An outdoor shower
Better Homes & Gardens - September 1939 - 88 complete pages. Don't be so kind to your burglar - how to add color to your home - How to grow lilies - Western homes - Travel hints - Indoor & outdoor gardening guide
Better Homes & Gardens - October 1939 - 106 complete pages. Fall furnishings and color schemes for more practical, beautiful homes - Scientific gardening -remote control building - Dahlia calender - Gardening tips
Better Homes & Gardens - March 1939 - 90 complete pages. New Homemaking ideas for spring - How to make a salad - Wall decoration - low-cost homes - Lenten meals - Jelly recipes - basement rooms - how to use color
Better Homes & Gardens- March 1945 - 106 complete pages. Refresh what you have with color -Sweet things with little sugar - Make shoes go farther - Cash for remodelers - Halibut steak Bake lands cooks' prize
This Week Magazine - March 8, 1964 from the Los Angeles Times - 24 complete pages. Cover: Vienna's famed performing horses come to the U.S. - God on the campus: a report on what's happening to religion in U. S. colleges - Where I go, he goes: a chilling story by P.V. M.Wrightson
This Week Magazine - March 15, 1964 - 24 complete pages. Cover: Easter bunnies: SHIRLEY MACLAINE - From the Los Angeles Times - LBJ's D.C. - What happened since Texas took over the Capital - the Lovliest Girl in the world,story by John D. MacDonald
This Week Magazine - May 15, 1960 48 complete pagess from the Los Angeles Times - Two sides to beauty,: You can learn to be beautiful - U. S. Scientists' Hidden Handicap by Dr. Edward Teller - Beware of LSD by Frank Winkler, M. D.
This Week Magazine from the Los Angeles Times - November 17, 1963 - 36 complete pages. No Airport needed:hottest news in transportation: the plane rises straight up and away it goes - New Mystery: Young wife by Lawrence G.Blochman
This Week Magazine- April 19, 1964 24 pages. from the Los Angeles Times - John J. Kennedys favorite game - Travel nonsense and wisdom by Ogen Nash - a New Selena Mead story - Off beat fun at the fair - Cross country picnic by Clementine Paddleford
This Week Magazine - April 7, 1963 16 complete pages. from the Los Angeles Times - Cover: Rock Hudson nets a rainbow trout - Good families rescue bad girls - Bob Hope tell FrankSinatra what you don't know about Oscor - Bobby Jones talks about golf.
This Week Magazine - April 14, 1963 - 24complete pages. The President- two years later, Robert Donovan, biographer, reveals how JF has borne up . Its the singingest church in the U. S.! Boston Ave. Methodist Church -
This Week Magazine - September 22, 1957 - 48 complete pages from the Los Angeles Times -What makes you blow your top? -Beware of the she-monster - Which dog is your best friend? -The Agony l;ingers on -Touchdown for the Sheik!Modern camp fires - The Captain's Herb chicken
This Week Magazine - May 12, 1963 - 28 complete pages from the Los Angeles Times - Cover: Miracle of mother love, report on Minnesota's unusual experiment - Spy boom hits Germany - Be a good Pedestrian, not a dead one
Better Homes and Gardens - June 1947 212 complete pages. Let's move outdoors - How to fix a window - Do you worry about termites? - Perect Cherry pie - ABS's of table furnishings - Those teeth will come
This Week Magazine from Los Angeles Times - March 24, 1963 - 16 complete pages -Cover: Welcome girl at Idlewild Airport for the immigration service. What foreign tourists think of America - Monaco's Little Stamp act(Princess Grace pictured)
Better Homes & Gardens - November 1939 80 complete pages- Water damage to cover and several pages, but all intact. - We expose Decorators - Fascinating Mexico: its Gardens, Homes and crafts - Thanksgiving Dinner in New England
This Week Magazine - March 22, 1964 - 24 complete pages. Cover: Flying to dinner 1964 World's Fair - Portrait of an informer, Joe Valachi - Taste treats at the World's Fair - Story by Duvan Polk: Much of a Woman
This Week Magazine- April 21, 1963 20 complete pages. from Los Angeles Times - What wre the last four books you read? A famous submarine skipper, Capt. James Calvert, tells how his answer to this key question affected his life
This Week Magazine - October 13, 1963 = 40 complete pages from the Los Angeles Time - Who rally designed your Car?Ralph Stein tells 64 models. Our cheapskate diplomacy is helping the red. Plus a double fiction bonus
This Week Magazine November 10, 1963 24 complete pages. from Los Angeles Times - President Kennedy(cover) An appeal to youth, America needs 3,078 bright young men to enroll in 4 service academies - Guide to Doom(chilling suspense story from England
This Week Magazine - March 31, 1963 - 24 complete pages. Exclusive: Pilot dead---Fly or Die!, Her of adventure in the air tells his story. How to pay the high cost of college - Recipes from colonial days are back
This Week Magazine April 28, 19634 complete pages from Los Angeles Times - Land Yachts Cruise American: special report by Ralph Stein. Stan Musial - Ambassador William Attwood: Russia's big african fizzle - An AMA report
The Saturday Evening Post - February 26, 1966 -96 complete pages(some water damaged) . New science fiction serial Fantastic voyage The American Lawyer - Conflict over right to work. A cool view of swinging in Miami Beach
The Saturday Evening Post Magazine - October 9, 1965
The Saturday Evening Post Magazine - October 9, 1965 -88 complete pages. The New York Times: Inside story of a great newspaper - Liz and Richard Burton team with Mike Nichols - The house of Adolph Ochs - Can New York be saved?
The Saturday Evening Post Magazine - July 13-20, 1963
The Saturday Evening Post Magazine - July 13-July 20, 1963 - 86 complete pages. Washington, D.C.: How not to run a city - Neo Nazis on the Nile: The Arab missile threat - How William Faulkner died - Phony boom in culture
The Saturday Evening Post Magazine - August 5, 1961 - 68 complete pages Can we get rid of bad doctors? I call on Pete Martin by Bing Crosby -Wiz ard with rocks - Master of the Pentegon - Texas helps herlittle latins
The Saturday Evening Post - October 22, 1960 - 150 complete pages. A distinguished Negro Reporter Asks: Are my people ready for equality? - The McKeevers of USC, football's fearsome twins - The evolution of Cabot Lodge
The Saturday Evening Post - September 3, 1960 -80 complete pages. Missouri: four states in one - How I learned to Pinch Pennies by Art Linkletter - How we help asthmatic children - Tell them in Paris - Alibi for Murder
The Saturday Evening Post - March 12, 1960 = 130 complete pages. California's Wizard of Fashion Larry Sherry of the Dodgers - The lady and the lion - Night without end - Mondays are miserable - prison secret
The Saturday Evening Post - January 30, 1960 -96 complete pages. I saw what makes Communism work by Stewart Alsop - PrinceRainier Falls in Love - The Myths of Cooperstown - I call on Princess Grace - Part II
The Saturday Evening Post Magazine - January 23, 1960
The Saturday Evening Post Magazine - Jaznuary 23, 1960 - 96 complete pages. = I call on Princess Grace(first of 3 articles) - The prospects of candidate Kennedy - 5 short stories and a serial -Adventures of the mind
Life Magazine - November 13, 1970 - 88 complete pages. Cops as targets:a fourth generation policeman: any day can end in his death - Hunting down the world's loveliest girls - Papillon: hero of the yarn of the year
Esquire Magazine - the magazine for men - October 1973 40th Anniversary Celebration - 542 super complete pages. 20 celebrities on cover, including John Galbraith, Ernest Hemingway, John O'Hara, John Steinbeck and many many more
Model trains, including miniature motoring - Yearbook 1963 - Buyers guide to HO train sets - How to wire your railroad-how to build grades -How to build cars & locos from kits - how to build a control panel - Track plans
U. S. News & world report - December 23, 1985 - 66 complete pages. Jobs of the lfuture: Hightech(where the best careers are) - Executives: who will be tomorrow's bosses? - Schools: how they will train the new workers
U. S. News & world report - February 27, 1989 - 80 complete pages. Zealotry and the Satanic verses - Prepping for the SAT's - The first Humans(cover)sciences new view of lwho we were and the way we lived.
U.S. News & World report - July 10, 1989 - 64 complete pages. Prostate cancer - The court and american values - America's best & worst weapons: the winners & losers in the militarys arsenal of planes, missiles, tanks and submarines.
U. S. News & World report - January 5, 1976 = 68 complete pages. Outlook 76, year of big decisions. Recovery: sturdy or frail? = Will Ford hold the White house? - How far can Russia push? - Pres. vs. congress
U.S. News & world report - August 31, 1970 - 80 complete pages. Killing cops:The new terror tactics - Religion in Tomorrow's world: Interview with John Cardinal Wright at the Vatican - More discount sales for shoppers
U.S. News & World report - January 9, 1989 -68 complete pages. Castro's cuba - Sex rsearch - VDT Perils - What Reagan has meant to America - exclusive behind the scenes photos of the President at work and play
U. S. News & world report - March 25, 1974 - 96 complete pages. Energy pinch, looking beyond End of Embargo - Special Report: America's Lawyers-A sick profession! = When the computer gets your tax return
U.S. News & World Report - september 16, 1985 -86 complete pages. The emrging power The New Collar Class - Speaker O'Neill: We ought to send a message to the President - Pres. faces rocky climb to the summit -
U.S. News & World Report - September 9, 1985 - 76 complete pages. Make or Break(cover) Does the Reagan Prsidency depend on this Man? Mercy Killings:where theory and reality clash - Reagan's shoe ruling kicks off trade fight.
U. S. News & World Report - July 4, 1977 - 80 complete pages. What Ford thinks of Carter's style : Exclusive interview with the Former President - Time bobm in Mexico: why there'll be no end to the invasions by the Illegals.
U.S. News & World report - August 21, 1989 - 66 complete pagers. The Stock Market:Time to get out - Secrets of the Sea: new light on the mysteries of the deep - Scientists vs. salvagers: the fight over shipwrecks
U.S. News &World Report - July 24, 1989 -68 complete pages. America's most popular living-history Museums - Predicting storms, how scientists are improving our weather forecasts - to play on the field of dreams - Bush and Mexican pres. Salinas
U.S. News & World Report - Janury 23, 1989 - 66 complete pages. Bush's white house - Long term health care - High definition TV - The Bustg of 89: A shocking inside account of how the goernment helped create the S & L Crisis
U.S. News & World Report - April 10, 1989 - 76 complete pages. The Alaska Oil spill - The grat vitamin debate - Murder zones: America is full of its own Beiruts, where drug lords reign and no cops tread
U. S. News & World Report - May 15, 1989 - 76 complete pages. Yellowstone renewed - Needless medical tests - Out space, new missions, new discoveries. The Hubbie space telescope scheduled for launch December, 1989
U.S. News & World Report magalzine- April 24, 1989 - 84 complete pages. New attack submarines - Fusion confusion - When Mental illness hits home - Oliver North in court - The last stand of speaker Jim Wright
Life Magazine- October 10, 1960 - 188 complete pages. Cover: Doris Day: box office bonanza sunny Doris is a shivery role. TV debate between John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon - Pleasant views at the U. N. building
Life Magazine - August 1987 - 88 complete pages. Cover: The other Oliver North, an exclusive interview with his wife Betsy - A startling poll on sex & the presidency - Abandone lighthouse you can adopt - Haiti, overwhelmed by Aids
House Beautiful Magazine- February 1988 -150 complete pages. The new romance in decokrating!how to capture it - Beds! old-fashioned favorites are back in style - Two great add on rooms to enrich your life
House Beautiful Magazine- October 1987 192 complete pages. Bellisima! now its the Italian country look - Designers choice: this years 11 show house winners - 52 wallpapers you couldn't find in stores till now.
Good Housekeeping - Needlecraft - Spring-summer 1970
Good Housekeeping - Needlecraft - spring-summer 1970 - 142 complete pages. The only complete needle art magazine - 70 beautiful fashions to knit, sew crochet - the best craft ideas ever!!!16 pages of pattern fashions