Spinning Wheel antiques magtazine - April 1972-68 complete pages. The national magazine about antiques. Ask your dealer how to get this Chiclet Zoo - Die stamped powder flasks - Early American pocket knives -= Kallus dolls, Northwood's star glass patterns.
House Beautiful - August 1977-130 complete pages. Great ideas you can use right now - Greaqt rooms, great colors, great fabrics. 5 designer rooms for Dina Merriull, Julia Child, Jack Gilforde, Naomi Sims and Polly Bergan
Hobbies magazine - April 1971-162 complete pages. The magazine for collectyors - Cover: Easter eggs -Articvle about Collectors items - Pages of ads, ads, ads and news. Wanted item. A real Hobbies collectors magazine/.
Life Magazine - October 1, 1956-170 complete pages - Cover: Egyptian artist - REpublicans campaigning hard - On the Panama canal, a changing of the guard - Cardinal Wyszenty in pOLAND - Kirk Douglas as Van Gogh.
Life Magazine - July 2, 1956 -132 complete pages -= Cover: Stephanie Griffin, actress - The great beer mutiny - The Adams family -Ad for the movie Moby Dick with Gregory Peck - Big sendoff for Toito - Made in Russia, sold to Egypt
Life magazine - July 23, 1956- 128 complete pages. Cover: Battleof Buena Vista - A U.S. soldier's candid accountof love and war -The Eisenhower baqndwagon- Mad hats for new fall outfits - Suns for surgery in St. Lo -A fraternity of valor
Life Magazine - August 3, 1953-144 complete pages.Life goes to aq $100,000 party - The enigma of Faulkner, his family, his county - Young JOHN F. KENNEDY takes pretty photographer for bride - The big Ozark cobra hunt -
Life Magazine - August 3, 1953-1900 complete pages. Cover: Nicole Maurey, Bing' Crosby's new leading lady. - Indochina, all but lost - Mountbatten's and a throne = Teasing rains fall on Texas. The first woman to sail the Atlantic ocean singlehanded - The year of the snake
Life Magazine -= May 11, 1953-176 complete pages. Some GI's not on exchange list (Korea) - Dark Star wins the Kentucky Derby - Amnbassador Clair Boothe Luce taKES OVER IN iTALY. A Red circus dashes to freedo9m - French painter Ingres and picturer.
The Etude Music magazine- December 1942- 72 complete pages. Conference with Leopold Stopkowski, Interesting problems in Music making by Bronislaqw Huberman - Lil Pons [pioctured - The essentials of vocal art by Emilio de Gogorza - Violin technic by Louis Kaufman - Music: Pastoral symphony, theme from piano concert in D Minor - Hail to the spirt of liberty = Annette - Gavotte andcmore.
Life Magazine - July7, 1952- 84 complete pages. ARLENE DAHL on cover - Sugar Ray Robinson beaten by Joey Maxim -The Republican show gets rolling- Seventeen americans(pictured) are Korean war's jet aces. The White house redecorated.
Life Magazine - February 25, 1952-136 complete pages. Cover: News in gloves - Backcover; BARBARA HALE (Later played Perry Mason's secretary =- Cities of U. S. get airport nerves - Death of England's King George VIU -Jabby in Lebanon -
Life MAGAZINE - January 28, 1952-96 comp;lete pages. Cover: Phytllis Newell, a gift girl - Back cover: Chesterfield ad with Dean Martin aND Jerry Lewis. - An ancietn pass traps a modern Donner party - Family and France honor Roger de Lattre - Winston Churchill.
Life Magazine =- October 27, 1952 - 158 complete pages. Cover: Jon Lindbergh, scientiswt find canyon 3 miles under sea - Korean issue =- U. N. assembly gets new home - Adlai Stevenson turns on the heat - Test pilot Johnston tries new high altitude suit.
Life -= August 25, 1952-124 complete pages. Cover: TURtleneck sweaqters - Churchills and Edens make memorable wedding portrait. Adlai Sevenson -The rough rides ride againb -- A flowerly farell to Evita Peron. Patrice Munsel on back cover in Camel ad
Life Magazine - June 30, 1952- 116 complete pages(slight watermarks on some sheets)_ . Cover: Political charmer NANCY KEFAUVER -BaCK COVER AD OF linda darnell FOR camels. Parade for Queen Elizabeth -The Hilton is everybody's HQ
Life Magazine- Janbuary 9, 1950= 96 complete pages -Cover: Norma De Landa actdress and model -Movie ad: The Man on the Eiffel tower with Charles Laughton, Franchot Tone, BurgessMeredith -Full page picture of Albert Einsteion - The door opens in the Vaticdan on a Holy year - The liberation of Angus Ward - Chgristmas tree sets fire to town in Pennsylvania
Life Magazine - November 27 1950-148 complete page/ lCover: UCLA queen Allyn Smith - The orphansof Plessisville - US feels pinch of the new credit curbs - AQssassination in Venezuela - Mass murders inNew Jersey - US Pil;ot shoots MIG down -
Life Magazine -January 3, 1955-92 complete pages. MAGAZINE SHOWS A LOT OF USE but is very readible. Special issue: Food - The farmer and his government -= The U. S. goes out to lunch- Lit up Leviathan for lettuce.
Life mAGAZINe - August 10, 1953-108 complete pages but water damage to cover and throughout. Price greatly reduced.-Magazine still readible. Irish invade fashion world - Mosty conrtoversial man on the Eisenhower team -[ How the truce came to Korea -Ava Gardner in lustre Creme shampoo ad Hungry Germans scramble for West's food.
Look Magazine - December 31, 1962-82complete page. 12 page christmas bonus = Wonderful world of children =- How a secret deal prevented a massacre at Ole Miss. Christmas in crisisd comments by world figures.
Life Magazine- October 23, 1950- 152 complete pages. Cover: ED WYNN, great comics of the era - Volume IV of Churchill's memoirs - How our Russian troubles began - New shells bazookas are usisng inKorea - MarioLanza in Camels adon back cover./
National Geographic Traveler - Spring 1984- 208 complete pages. Grand Canyon - Epcot - London day trips - Wisconsin cheese - Washington D.C..- San Simeon - Floating thru Dinosaur - Montreal- Mystic seaport - Maui
Smithsonian magazine - July 1999-130 complete pages. Thge beguiling art of Maxfield Parrish - Cyprus lives in love and strife -[ The resurrection of the Stones - Piloting pint size airplanes - A town buries the axe.
Looki Magazine - August 14, 1962-84 complete pages. Cover and story of Elizabeth Taylor - 20 pages on entertainment in America today. South America going Castro's way Quadruplets of Mr. & Mrs. William Cutaiar of Pennsylvania.
Looki Magazine - August 14, 1962- s 108 complete pages. Cover: DORIS DAY & MARTHA RAYE -Hollywood musicaLS ARE BIG AGAIN. Pierre Salinger's missionto Moscow - State vs. church in Poland - Rosalind Russell, Natalie Wood- Antonino Rocco the magnificent. Memo on a Marxist
Life Magazine - November 20,1970-84 comlete pages - The grandeur of DeGaqulle - Co-ed dorms, an inhtimate revolution on daqmpus. - A vist with King Hussein of Jordean in his bgattered land - Shaky, the first electronic person.
Life magazine - July 19, 1968-78 complete pages. Young American Nomads abroad(cover) Crete: a stop in the New Odyssey - Germaqny's Second Adolf -Amedieval Virginia Woolf - The people behind the percentages
Life Magazine - March15, 1968-92 complete pages. Happy 150th Frankenstein - Cover: Boris Karloff at 80 -The Olympic jolt - How Old Ev foiled the filoibuster - Bill Cosby - Splendors where the eagles soar
House Beautiful - June 1979-154 complete pages - 20 great gift baskets for summer sleepovers - Bright ideas from sun filled houses - Decorate key west style - Cool it with rum - Visit Cecil Beaton's country garden
Americana magazine - Septemb er 1975-j40 complete pages. The AmeriocaNHERIYTAGE SOCIETGY. Cover: Fort Pulaski national monument, Savannah, Georgia. Apple Cider - The Missions of California - ndioals - the hunt for old bottles.
Christmas magazine - 1963-40 complete pages. The American Heritage Society -Cover: products of the glass blowers art, N. J. -Almanacs - The kites comeback - The nutritious Avocado - Covington, Kentucky - The Windsor chair.
Look Magazine - Serptember 22, 1970-70 complete page - The Motherhood Myth - Was Hiroshima necessary? The secrets of Sesame street - big time college football is on the skids =- And Miss Wideroe is your Captain.
Life Magazine -= November 10, 1972-80 complete pages. Questions for a Peace - 543 POWs:what shape ar4 they in? - 1,271 MIAs: how many are alive? Where does it leave us? Ordeals of a Dating Game player.
Saturday Evening Post - October 26, 1963-86 complete pages. Let's be honest with ourselves by Dwight D. Eisenhower - How Jackie Kennedy decorated the White House - Cover: Russian Circus tours America - Are Parochial schools obsolete?
Look Magazine- January 11, 1966 -80 complete pages. 50 pages on The American woman : the hex on the single girl...Dilemma of a young divorcee...the war between mother and daughter ...Do men really like women?
Life Magazine - October 6, 1967-106 complete paes. Series in the Middle East : the 100 convulsive years behind the trouble todaY. A senbtimental journey: Last crossing of the QueenMary - Big, bold as all Alaska
Look Magazine - October 20, 1970 -114 complete pages. New and hot Indian fashions - Henriette Roos died in 1840 and is alive today, Is this possible? A scientist revivews the debate ab out reincarnation - The luck of Prince Philip.
Look Magazine - January 26, 1971- 86 complete pages. Special issue: Is the family obsolete? Why kids blame parents...Why parents blame kids ... Don't blme me says Dr. Spock - Homosexuals - Unwed couples - The young revolt that's rocking the American family.
Look Magazine March 9, 1971-78 complete pages. For ment only: foolproof birth control - High school principal(Toughest job in education)_ - The fall and rise of Muhammed Ali.--- she thinks women's lib is crazy why??
The American Home - May 1963-110 complete pages., Houses designed to give you privacy - Delectable meaLS FOR THE PORCH - add architectural interest to a ROOM - Landscaping your sloping lot - stamp out home improvement rackets. table linens to embroider
Cross Stitcher magfazine - October 1996-66 complete pages. Large print chaRTS And projects for tired eyes. Glow inthe dark halloween bag - Cock a doodle do - lst of two feathered friends - rubba-dub-dub baby towel.
Look Magazine - October 19, 1971- 90 complete pages. Inside the white house 19761 - The declining power of the Vatican - A new painting of Audubon by Norman Rockwell -Fur ad with MARY TYLER MOORE, ANGIE DICKSON, JAYNE MEADOWS, AMANDA BLAKE AND DORIS DAY
Antiques magazine - March 1960-complete magazine - French flower designs on cover - Mahogany secretary - English 18th centry chimney pieces - Edward Duffield, Benjamin Franklin's clockmaker - Roentgenin Russia - See examples in our presentation package.
Antiques magazine- June 1965=complete magazine =- Lyndhurst photograph on cover - Galleries of 19th century art in the Victoria and Albert museum. Cabinetmakers of the Norwich area - Wedgwood from Midwestern collections. The Grosse pointe home of Mr. & Mars. Walter E. Simmons. SAee examples in our presentation package.
Antiques magazine - December 1969 -complete thick magazines. - Winter sunday in Norway Maine on Cover - English cut glass decanter and wineglasses 1810-1820- - Luxury in English and Irish cut glass - English silver in Texas - Dating English brass candlesticks. See examples in our presentation package.
Antiques magazine - Nvoember 1969-Complete thick magazine =- The Lady of Shalott - Books about antiques - German genre paintings from the Von Schleinitz collection = Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk art collection. The paintings at the Wadsworth Atheneum See examples in our presentation package.
Antiques magazine - November 1958-complete magazine - Inman and Irving: derivations from Sleepy Ho9llow - Audubon's earliest oil portraits - German stoneware b ellarmines- The clasdsic style in France and England 1800-=1840 - See examples in our presentation package
Antiques magazine - August 1969= Complete magazine . Ceiling detail from a castle in Switzerland 1682(cover) Some oriental aspects of European ceramic decoration - John Hills, Gunsmith of Vermont. An excavation at thje Worcester porcelain factory. - An English pewter collection. See examples in our presentation package.
Antiques magazine- september 1969 -Large magazine complete 9cover frayed but magazine fine. Allegoricalfigures of the four continents = Boudinot furnishings in the Art Museum of Princeton University - Paris: the Quartier du Maarais - Flat woven rugs of the Middle east - English lusterware from the Duckworth collection. see our presentation package.
The Antique Trader weekly 1975-450 huge pages 10 x 14 inches each. This is the 4th in the series of pulications since 1972. Although issued weekly, this is an ANNUAL compilation = Since 1957 America's widest used publication on Antiques and collectors items. - complete reprints of all articles which appearedin the Antique Trader weekly7 during 1975 completely indexed bny subject. Price when issued was $7.95. Issued in Dubuque Iowa =- loaded with imaginable stories like Fashion dolls and story-20th century hats -Dolls collectors -Great geographic rarities =- Lace Makers Bobbins-This is an amazing collection. You could spend days just going through it.
Arizona Highways - Maqy 1983-49 complete pages. Lake Mead Nationaql Recreaqtion area =- Welcome to Lake Mead country - Hoover Dam - The Art of Hoover Dam-= Life in Lake Mead country , The desert shores of Mead and Mohave.
Arizona Highways - July 1983- 49 complete pages.Valley of Haven- The Verde The first Arizonian - Ford Verde 1864 -= Zane Grey started it all here. Jeroe - the prodical - Come to Verde Country - The art capital; of Verde country -
The antiquarian -October 1927- 85 complete pages. Cover: The Turnpike gate - A monthly magazine for the collector of antiques, works of art and rarities. In this number: Louis F. Middlebrook - Henry Branswcombe - Edward Wenham -= Russell WEalton Thorpe - Elma Allee Weil, Millicent D. Lamp;eer and he Editor, Charles Messer Stow. See exsmples in our presentation package.
The Antiquarian - June 1929- 106 complete pages. Cover: StatenIsland and the Narrows(from Fort Hamilton, lithographed by Currier & Ive - 35 cents a copy -A monthly Magazine for the collector of antiquesa, works of art and rarities. Fabulous full page ads of furniture for sale at the time. Stories with lots of picdtures li8ke Tankards Relics of the past with many selections. Lots of full page pictures like French Restoratiokn salon and an Aubusson Tapestry - A real collectors item. See examples in our presentation package.
The Antiquarian magazine - December1929-114 complete pages. fifty cents a copy, which was quite high then. Thge Intimate aspects of Biedermeier - T'zu Chou Yao - Eighteenth century paste jewelry - Early Americana in the EssexInstitute - Jacques Callot, Progenitor of French etching. Fabulous ads, stories,history of the period. A real collector's item. See examples in our presentation package.
The Antiquarian magazine - December 1927= 112 complete pages of alarge 10 x13 inches each. Picture of covfer: The night befor Christmas - A monthly magazine for the collector of Antiquers, works of art and Raqrities. Inthis number: Henry Branscombe - Edward Wenham - Douglas Norris - Arthur H. Merrritt - Mary ay Crenshaw - Carl W. Drepperd, Charls esser Stow -[ V irginia Packard Hart and Millicent6 D. asmpe./ Loaded with ads on aharder smooth paper than usual STories, pictures of Sandwich glass, Gifts in old silver. A collectors magazine. Fantastic reading and looking at old type furniture. See exammples in our presentation package.
The Antiquarian magazine- May 1929 -107 complete pages. Cover: A home in the Country taken by a reproduction fromNew York. A monthly magazine for the collector of antiques, works of art and rarities. Great historical storiesw like French Interiors ion American Homes and American Old MASTERS.Pictcures like a mantel of Adam design and some rare antique furniture. Stories on Early china teapots with many pictures. Loaded with ads of furniture fromthe era. Magazine was 35 cens a copy which was high for the period. Indescribable. Magazine in great shape despite age Pages of a heavier type of smooth paper. ee examples in oure presentation package.
Thge Antiquarian magazine- March 1929- 122 complete pages ina large sized magazine 10 x 13 inches each. Cover: Aross the continent-passing the Humboldt river(repreoduction of lithograph from New Yor 1870 - A monthly maghazine for the collector of antiques, works of art and rarities. It wqas 35 cents a copy at that time, which was quite high then. Pages and pages of anbtique4s such as Adams of Boston - Stories likeOld Masters and their work -Pages and pages of picturs opf George Washington, early metal utensils, ande e3mpire drawing room and much, much more. A real collectors item of a magazine in really great shape for its age. See afew examples in our presentation package.
House Beautiful - August 1969= 140- comploete pages - Poshest pool you ever saw - How to make time stand still=- Harnet Van Horne exploresw The new leisure - 16 pages of decorating for city, country, beach.
Arizona Highways - November 1982- 49 complete paGES. Welcome to Wyatt Earp country =- The Amerind foundation - Visit to an unspoiled land. Seer front and back covers of magazine in our presentation package
Arizona Highways - Novemb er 1984- 49 complete pages. America's Colorado river crossing: A Williamsburg of the WEst at Yuma - The Yuman spirit - See and front covers of magazine in our presentation package.
Arizona Highways - December 1986 - 49 complete pages, Seasons greetings -= GraND cAQNYON OF THE coloprado=- nthe tyemple of the world - Beautiful pictures. front and back covers shown in our presentation package.
Arizona Highways - January 1987 -49 complete pages. A winter-spring calendar of events - Water and the Southwest's future - Snow onthe desert - Cross country skiing - Both front and back covers of magazine are shown in our presentation package.