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Newsweek magazine; The magazine of news ; December 19, 1966 ; volume LXVIII, No. 25; Rhodesia's Ian Smith: White Power in Africa (cover illustration); etc.

By Osborn Elliot, et al editors;

New York, New York: Newsweek Inc, 1966. First edition thus. Original Wraps. Very Good. Single complete original issue. Octavo 11" tall, 120 pages, saddle stitch, color illustrated wraps. A very good, clean copy with moderate exterior shelf wear and a surface scratch; binding solid internally near fine, paper just lightly yellowed.

$9.50

Newsweek magazine; The magazine of news ; July 13, 1970 ; volume LXXVI, No. 2; The Cambodian Campaign: was it worth it? (cover illustration); etc.

By Osborn Elliot, et al editors;

New York, New York: Newsweek Inc, 1970. First edition thus. Original Wraps. Very Good. Single complete original issue. Octavo 11" tall, 104 pages, saddle stitch, color illustrated wraps. A very good, clean copy with light exterior shelf wear and minor soiling, subscriber label on cover removed leaving scuff; binding solid internally near fine, paper just lightly yellowed.

$9.50

Newsweek magazine; The magazine of news ; May 21, 1962 ; volume LIX, No. 21; Stravinsky at 80 (cover illustration); The Hunt for Howard Hughes ; etc.

By Osborn Elliot, et al editors;

New York, New York: Newsweek Inc, 1962. First edition thus. Original Wraps. Good. Single complete original issue. Octavo 11" tall, 100 pages, saddle stitch, color illustrated wraps. A good, clean copy with moderate exterior shelf wear BUT cover loose at spine fold; subscriber label on cover ; internally very good binding solid, BUT paper moderately yellowed.

$7.50

Newsweek magazine; The magazine of news ; September 29, 1969 ; volume LXXIV, No. 13; Folk Singer Arlo Guthrie (cover illustration); Alice's Restaurant's Kids etc.

By Osborn Elliot, et al editors;

New York, New York: Newsweek Inc, 1969. First edition thus. Original Wraps. Very Good. Single complete original issue. Octavo 11" tall, 132 pages, saddle stitch, color illustrated wraps. A very good, clean copy with light exterior shelf wear, subscriber label on cover removed leaving scuff; binding solid internally near fine, paper just lightly yellowed.

$12.50

Newsweek magazine; The magazine of news ; November 19, 1962 ; volume LX, No. 21; Rockefeller vs. Kennedy: the choice for '64 (cover illustration); etc.

By Osborn Elliot, et al editors;

New York, New York: Newsweek Inc, 1962. First edition thus. Original Wraps. Very good. Single complete original issue. Octavo 11" tall, 128 pages, saddle stitch, color illustrated wraps. A very good, clean copy with moderate exterior shelf wear BUT cover slightly dampstained; subscriber label on cover ; internally very good binding solid, paper lightly yellowed.

$9.50

USA 1 ; monthly news and current history [magazine]; volume 1, number 1; April, 1962 :Chu En-Lai (cover) ; "We are going to win in South Vietnam; The Men from the Caves of Yenan; The Peacekeepers; The Streets of dreams and death (prostitution); Robert Frost: poet of love and understanding; The Great Liturgical Revival; Her comes Houston; etc

By Rodney C. Campbell (editor) et al.; Jonathan Rinehart, Richard Armstrong, Jean Stratton, Thomas O'Toole; Harold B. Meyers; Robert K. Massie, Lewis Lapham, Kennett Love, Shepherd Campbell, et al

1962. First edition. Magazine. Very good. Single original issue. Quarto, 13" tall, 88 pages, stiff color illustrated wraps. A very good, clean, sturdy periodical over all with moderate shelf wear, and slight chipping at the spine; wire side stich binding;

$16.50

USA 1 ; monthly news and current history [magazine]; volume 1, number 2; May, 1962 : Robert McNamara (cover) ; Man Who Wields the Power; The Youngest Lions (Kennedy men); New Hope in East Africa; New Mormons; Two Vistitors from Persia; L.A. etc

By Rodney C. Campbell (editor) et al.; Jonathan Rinehart; Thomas O'Toole, Richard Armstrong, Robert K. Massie, Alva B. See, jr., Harold B. Meyers, Mary Lukas, et al

1962. First edition. Magazine. Good +. Single original issue. Quarto, 13" tall, 88 pages, stiff color illustrated wraps. A good, original periodical over all with moderate shelf wear, slight exterior soiling, cover splitting at spine, spine chipped; interior very good, binding solid, paper clean

$12.50

Newsweek magazine; The magazine of news ; February 28, 1966 ; volume LXVII, No. 9; Building the Great Society: HEW's John W. Gardner (cover illustration); etc.

By Osborn Elliot, et al editors;

New York, New York: Newsweek Inc, 1966. First edition thus. Original Wraps. Very Good. Single complete original issue. Octavo 11" tall, 96 pages, saddle stitch, color illustrated wraps. A very good, clean copy with light exterior shelf wear and minor soiling; binding solid internally near fine, paper just lightly yellowed.

$9.50

The New York Times [complete original newspaper]; Volume XXXV, Number 10,757; February, 23, 1886; Playing A Deep Game; Chuchill at Belfast; Rights of the Executive;" etc.

By Charles Ransom Miller, editor

New York, New York: The New York Times, 1886. First edition. Newspaper--unbound. Good +. Original Newspaper, complete, 18 X 23, 8 pages. A good plus, clean copy over all, printed on standard newsprint paper stock which has yellowed but with generally moderate wear and a few short edge tears with some minor chipping at the folds at the folds, and a rubbing stain at the center fold

$25.00

The New York Times [complete original newspaper]; Volume XXXV, Number 10,894; Monday, May 24, 1886; Two Cents; "Mr. Gladstone Conciliating His Foes; The Reform Law in Peril; Scaring the Anarchists; Widener's Little Game;" etc.

By Charles Ransom Miller, editor

New York, New York: The New York Times, 1886. First edition. Newspaper--unbound. Good +. Original Newspaper, complete, 18 X 23, 8 pages. A good plus, clean copy over all, printed on standard newsprint paper stock which has yellowed but with generally moderate wear and a few short edge tears with some minor chipping at the folds at the folds.

$25.00

The New York Times [complete original newspaper]; Volume XXXV, Number 10,761; February, 27, 1886; The Wind's Best Record; A Lively Grocer's Clerk; Men Who Got the Cash;" etc.

By Charles Ransom Miller, editor

New York, New York: The New York Times, 1886. First edition. Newspaper--unbound. Good +. Original Newspaper, complete, 18 X 23, 8 pages. A good plus, clean copy over all, printed on standard newsprint paper stock which has yellowed but with generally moderate wear and a few short edge tears with some minor chipping at the folds at the folds, and a rubbing stain at the center fold

$25.00

The New York Times [complete original newspaper]; Volume XXXV, Number 10,762; March 1, 1886; A Week of Partisan Talk; Elopement and Death; The Broadway Railroad; The Idlewild's Mishap;" etc.

By Charles Ransom Miller, editor

New York, New York: The New York Times, 1886. First edition. Newspaper--unbound. Good +. Original Newspaper, complete, 18 X 23, 8 pages. A good plus, clean copy over all, printed on standard newsprint paper stock which has yellowed but with generally moderate wear and a few short edge tears with some minor chipping at the folds at the folds, and a rubbing stain at the center fold

$25.00

The New York Times [complete original newspaper]; Volume XXXV, Number 10,750; February 14, 1886; After the Senatorship; The Great Inundation; Stabbed in the Throat" etc.

By Charles Ransom Miller, editor

New York, New York: The New York Times, 1886. First edition. Newspaper--unbound. Good +. Original Newspaper, complete, 18 X 23, 8 pages. A good plus, clean copy over all, printed on standard newsprint paper stock which has yellowed but with generally moderate wear and a few short edge tears with some minor chipping at the folds at the folds, and a rubbing stain at the center fold

$25.00

The New York Times [complete original newspaper]; Volume XXXV, Number 10,749; February 13, 1886; The Affairs of Britain; The Bell Patent Contest; Lost on Baregat Shoal; Horatio Seymour Dead;" etc.

By Charles Ransom Miller, editor

New York, New York: The New York Times, 1886. First edition. Newspaper--unbound. Good +. Original Newspaper, complete, 18 X 23, 8 pages. A good plus, clean copy over all, printed on standard newsprint paper stock which has yellowed but with generally moderate wear and a few short edge tears with some minor chipping at the folds at the folds, and a rubbing stain at the center fold

$25.00

[More] ; Volume 5, number 10; October, 1975; What do killer bees, Jimmy Hoffa and the Polar ice cap have in common? Or, The Future Lies Aheas (Cockburn); Clay Felker, New York's budding Beaverbrook (Hennessee); Does TV need Nixon (Schrag); Tracking down the Great Train Robber (Pringle ) [a single original issue]

By Richard Pollak (editor); Judith Adler Hennessee, Alexander Cockburn, Peter Pringle, Dan Rottenberg, Peter Schrag, David M. Rubin, Chris Welles, Michael Roddy, et al

New York, New York: Rosebud Associates. Unbound. Very good. When the 'deep state' was young, there was [more]. A single original issue of the monthly journalism review. Tabloid, 15 1/4 inches, 32 pages, unbound self-covers printed black and white on newsprint stock.

$19.00

The Linebook: 1931 / The Linebook: 1933 (two original copies sold together)

By Richard Henry Little (RHL); Shelby Little (editor); The Chicago Tribune

Chicago, Illinois: The Chicago Tribune, 1931/1933. First edition thus. Chapbook-Saddle stitch. Good + / Very good. 2 individual copies. Narrow octavo 9" tall x 4 1/4" wide, saddle stitched, 64 pages, stiff color illustrated wraps. 1931 is a good plus original copy over all, spine and cover edges worn, interior cover lightly foxed, first and last pages foxed, but generally clean and binding sturdy, paper cream white. 1933 is a very good copy over all, spine and cover edges light to moderately worn, generally clean and bindings sturdy, paper cream white. "The Linebook, made up of the brilliant nonsense and incomprable satire written daily by the Tribune's distinguished column conductor, Richard Henry Little, has been published annually since 1924."

$9.50

The Linebook: 1942 / The Linebook: 1943 (two original copies sold together)

By Richard Henry Little (RHL); Charles Collins (editor); The Chicago Tribune

Chicago, Illinois: The Chicago Tribune, 1942 / 1943. First edition thus. Chapbook-Saddle stitch. both Very good. Narrow octavo 9" tall x 4 1/4" wide, saddle stitched, 64 pages, stiff color illustrated wraps. both are very good original copies over all, spine and cover edges light to moderately worn, generally clean and bindings sturdy, paper cream white. "The Linebook, made up of the brilliant nonsense and incomprable satire written daily by the Tribune's distinguished column conductor, Richard Henry Little, has been published annually since 1924."

$9.50

Praying for Sheetrock ((Uncorrected galley proof / advance reader's copy / ARC special reading edition)
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Praying for Sheetrock ((Uncorrected galley proof / advance reader's copy / ARC special reading edition)

By Melissa Fay Greene

New York, New York: Addison Wesley , 1991. First Edition. Pictorial Wraps. Near fine. (Uncorrected proof / advance reading copy--ARC edition--Issued in large paperback size from the first edition plates for proofreaders and reviewers prior to publication.) Octavo, 9 1/4" tall. A near fine, clean, sturdy softcover with light shelf wear, BUT cover corner creased across; binding tight, paper cream white. Editor's card to reviewer laid in.

$9.50

Magazine Profiles: studies of a dozen contemporary magazine groupings: The Atlantic, Esquire, The New Yorker ;Oui, Penthouse, Playboy; Rolling Stone, Village Voice; Black Enterprise, Ebony, Essence; Elks Magazine, Kiwanis Magaine, The Rotarian; Better Homes and Gardens, Southern Living, Sunset; Camera 35, Modern Photography, Popular Photography, Peterson's; American Home, Better Homes and Gardens, House Beautiful, House & Gardens; A.D., Catholic Digest, Commentary,The Episcopalian, The Luteran, Moody Monthly, United Methodist Today; Sports Illustrated, Tennis, WomenSports, World Tennis; Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Mademoiselle, The National Review, The New Republic; Ladies Home Journal,McCall's, Redbook

By Robert E. Kenyon Jr., Wilson E. Durham, jr, Whayne Dillehay, Terry Breen, Victoria L. O'Hara, Arline L. Datu, Susan Allen Whitehurst, Thomas Harack, Karen Larson, Pamela K. Luecke, Alexander McNab, Gwen Miller, Lillian Swanson, Evelyn Schreiber

Evanston, Illinois: Medill School of Journalism, Northwestern University, 1974. First edition. Original Wraps. Very good. Quarto, iv + 194 pages, stiff wraps. A very good, clean, neat original edition over all with light shelf wear, a few page creasings, but over all clean and neat, binding tight, paper white.

$45.00

How to Do Leaflets, Newsletters and Newspapers
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How to Do Leaflets, Newsletters and Newspapers

By Nancy Brigham; Ann Raszmann & Dick Cluster

New York, New York: Hastings House, 1982. First edition. Original Wraps. Very good +. Quarto, 11" tall, 144 pages, still illustrated wraps. A very good, clean, neat original soft cover copy with light shelf wearing and slight exterior soiling, binding solid, paper white.

$8.50

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