MacLEAN'S, Canada's National Magazine, Vol. 49 No, 11, June 1, 1936

By: Moore, H. Napier (editor)

Price: $50.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Fair to Good

Contains a variety of stories and articles, among them short fiction by Norman Reilly Raine ("Mr. Gallup is a Terror to Snakes"), Anne Wormser ("Eye of the Beholder") and Jack Paterson ("Diamond Jubilee"), the first part of a serial by Eleanor De Lamater ("Hobby House"), and non-fiction articles by Hugh Duncan Grant, Kathleen Murphy, David Scott, Clarence H. Shapiro, Beverley Baxter, Royd E. Beamish, and B.T. Huston, with a bit of humour and special departments. 56 pages, illustrated w/photographs and drawings. Address sticker to top right corner of front cover, cover present but detached from staples, 1.5" tear to left edge of front cover/right edge of rear cover, bent corners, creases, pages 39 through 46 have 1.5" tear to fore-edges. Issues of MacLean's from this era aren't particularly common, and seem to be seldom found in pristine condition.

Title: MacLEAN'S, Canada's National Magazine, Vol. 49 No, 11, June 1, 1936

Author Name: Moore, H. Napier (editor)

Illustrator: Lawrence Wilbur (cover illustration)

Categories: Periodicals (magazines, digests, pulps),

Edition: 1st printing

Publisher: Toronto, MacLean Publishing Company Limited: 1936

Binding: Side-staped wraps

Book Condition: Fair to Good

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio -- from 12" to 15" tall

Seller ID: 018386

Keywords: NOISBN, Canadian magazines, tuna, Port Arthur, Eleanor De Lamater, Hugh Duncan Grant, Norman Reilly Raine, Beverley Baxter