Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, September 1, 1931 - Captain J.R. Cornelius - Maker of Champion Track Athletes


64 pages. Features: Great photo ad for International Trucks on page 1; Junior Boxing Champion of Quebec - Laurier DesRochers is featured in full-page Cream of Wheat ad; Judgement (short story); Taming the Seven Sisters - gigantic hydro-electric development in Manitoba - article with photos; Dusty Courage (short story); Maker of Champions - Captain J.R. Cornelius trains the Hamilton Central Collegiate track team to success - article with photos; A Salute for the Constitution - a plea for veneration of the document that makes us what we are; Dancing Partners (short story); How I Do Love Water-Lilies!; The Kincade Mystery - Who Killed Ethel Kincake of Hamilton? - article with photos; The Beggar of Ur (shorted story); The Queen of the "Turks" - Turkey farmer Mrs. W.A. Freeman of Ardenode, Alberta - article with photos; Premier of Nova Scotia - Hon. Gordon Sydney Harrington - article with photo; Mr. Gobbins Falls In (short story); The Silver Scale (part I); Political article by Sir Austen Chamberlain, with his photo; Canada's pioneer steam engine, long lost, returned to Nova Scotia - the 'Samson'; full-page Dodge car ad; full-page ad for the new Reo Flying Cloud car; Nice full-page photo ad for Hoover vacuums features cute chilid on vintage phone; Nice full-page ad for Auburn cars features the 5-passenger 2-door Brougham $1445; De Soto Six ad; The School Lunch - article with photos; crossword; Transforming the Cellar - article and photos with ideas of how to transform waste cellar space for an extra games and play room; Nice full-page Studebaker ad; Nice colour Calay soap ad inside back cover; Colour Old Dutch Cleanser ad on back cover. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage issue.

Title: Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, September 1, 1931 - Captain J.R. Cornelius - Maker of Champion Track Athletes

Author Name: Dent, W. Redvers; Sommerville, S.J.; Kaye, Louis; Roxborough, H.H.; Sandwell, B.K.; Rogers, Bogart; March, J.E.; Wallace, W. Stewart; Hardy, W.G.; Price, Elizabeth Bailey; Owen, Beverley; Eustace, C.J.; Wynne, Anthony; et al

Categories: Canadian History, Sport, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Toronto, Maclean Publishing: 1931

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 449G1385

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