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The New York Herald Tribune Books [section] [complete original newspaper supplement]; Sunday, November 14, 1926; How England Muddled Through by Field Marshal Sir William Robertson (Bullitt); etc

By Irita Van Doren, editor; William C. Bullitt, M. R. Werner, Carl Van Doren, Matthew Josephson, Waldo Frank, Rebecca West, Isabel Patterson, Ernest Boyd, W. B. Seabrook, Anne Carroll Moore, et al

New York, New York: N.Y. Herald Co, 1926. First Edition. Newspaper--unbound. Good -. This is offered despite condition issues because it is a relatively rare example of one of the few major publications for a general audience, during this period, edited by a woman, and contains numerous reviews, not inadvertently written by women. Original Newspaper ' Sunday Supplement' magazine section (single section only), complete, 11 1/2" x 16 1/4," 28 pages, b&w, unbound. A good minus copy overall printed on the typical period newsprint stock, with generally moderate wear BUT copy was clearly dampstained and soiled throughout, with cover paper splitting at the fold and top of spine otherwise moderately yellowed--still relatively supple.

$25.00

The New York Herald Tribune MAGAZINE [complete original newspaper supplement]; Sunday, November 14, 1926; The Lady (Erskine); The Queen's Secret (Lauzanne); The Man of Mystery--Borah (Hard); Fired--Henry Suzzallo Became Famous (Jameson); Wags the Tale of a Mutt (Davis); Nobody Knows New York (Irwin); He Painted a Whistler (Lee); God in the Colleges (Davis); etc

By Mrs William Brown Meloney [Marie Mattingly Meloney] editor; John Erskine, Stephane Lauzanne, Bruce Barton, Anne Hard, Edward Jameson, Harriet Eager Davis, Will Irwin, Anne Lee, Elmer Davis, Fairfax Downey, Lisle Bell, Mary F. Watkins, James J. Montague, R

New York, New York: N.Y. Herald Co, 1926. First Edition. Newspaper--unbound. Good -. This is offered despite condition issues because it is a relatively rare example of one of the few major publications for a general audience, during this period, edited by a woman, and contains numerous articles, not inadvertently written by women. Original Newspaper ' Sunday Supplement' magazine section (single section only), complete, 11 1/2" x 16 1/4," 32 pages, b&w with second color cover, unbound. A good minus copy overall printed on the typical period newsprint stock, with generally moderate wear BUT copy was clearly dampstained and consequently soiled throughout, with cover splitting at the fold paper otherwise moderately yellowed--still relatively supple.

$25.00

The New York Herald Tribune MAGAZINE [complete original newspaper supplement]; Sunday, September 14, 1930; Trend of the Jews (Feuchtwanger); Jack and the Bean Stalk (Erskine); Tips (Bacheller); 1000 Years Before Columbus (Mason); Monument to Folly (Harrel);Painter of the Sporting Scene (Thompson); etc

By Mrs William Brown Meloney [Marie Mattingly Meloney] editor; Lion Feuchtwanger, John Erskine, Irving Bacheller, Gregory Mason, R. Frank Harrel, Weare Holbrook, C. Patrick Thompson, Henrietta Sperry Ripperger, Harriet Converse Moody, Elizabeth Hallam Bohn,

New York, New York: N.Y. Herald Co, 1930. First Edition. Newspaper--unbound. Good. Original Newspaper ' Sunday Supplement' magazine section (single section only), complete, 11" x 16," 24 pages, b&w with extra color cover, unbound. A good copy overall printed on the typical period newsprint stock, general moderatel wear BUT copy has a significant dampstain at the cover fore-margin with chipping at the fore-edge and spine fold, paper otherwise moderately yellowed--still relatively supple.

$25.00

The Boston Boston Globe: Wednesday, February 8, 1978 [and] February 9, 1978; [two original newspapers-complete] Covers featuring the "Worst Storm of the Century" [and] "Punchy N. E. fights back

By Thomas Winship, Will McDonough, Joe Concannon, Ann Landers, et al

Boston, Massachusetts: Globe Corp, 1978. First Edition. Newspaper--unbound. Very good +. Covering the great snowstorm of 1978. Two complete broadsheet newspapers, approx. 22 1/2" x 14 1/2", unbound, 48 pages each (with two folded sections each), newsprint. Very good, clean, neat original copies, newsprint light to moderately yellowed except at cover page fold, minor soiling (foxing) and minor tearing at the cover fold

$16.50

The Boston Herald Traveler and Boston Record American: Monday, June 19, 1972; [original newspaper-complete] Cover features the funersl of the 9 fire-fighters who died in the Vendome Hotel fire and collapase as well as the Top headl-line "Two for One: Boston's 2 Great Newspapers now One Great Newspaper

By Herold G. Kern; James Reston, Bob Considine, Tim Horgan, Elliot Norton, Jim Dobbins, Abigail Van Buren, et al

Boston, Massachusetts: Hearst Corp, 1972. First Edition. Newspaper--unbound. Very good +. The first combined issue of the Boston Herald Traveler and Boston Record American under the ownership of the Hearst Corp. Broadsheet, approx 23" x 15", unbound, 44 pages, newsprint, two folded sections. A very good, clean, neat original copy, newsprint lightly yellowed except at cover page fold, minor soiling

$25.00

The New York Herald [complete original newspaper]; Volume XXX, No. 104 (Whole number 10,456) ; Saturday, April 15, 1865; Price Four Cents; "EXTRA. 8:10 A. M., DEATH of THE PRESIDENT." "IMPORTANT. ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT LINCOLN. The President Shot at the Theatre Last Evening. SECRETARY SEWARD DAGGERED IN HIS BED BUT NOT MORTALLY WOUNDED." [the day after Lincoln was shot with first complete reports]

By James Gordon Bennett; editor and proprietor

New York, New York: The New York Herald, 1865. First Edition. Newspaper--unbound. Good. Original Newspaper, complete, 16 X 22, 4 pages. A good generally clean copy printed on cheaper paper stock (likely an added 'EXTRA' print run due to the feature content concerning the Lincoln assassination), with generally moderate shelf wear primarily at the folds--paper folded at center both vertically and horizontally, with short edge tears, BUT cheap paper yellowed (actually 'browned') though still relatively supple but getting fragile. There are numerous and various creases due to the large size of the sheet.

$190.00

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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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

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. 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

Practical Journalism: a complete manual of the best newspaper methods

By E. L. Shuman

New York, New York: D. Appleton & Company, 1903. First Edition. Decorative Cloth. Very Good -/Without dust jacket. This is an ex-college library copy with marking to the spine, front endpaper and title page. Duodecimo, 7 1/2" tall, 265 pages plus 2 ads, decorated blue cloth, gilt titles. A very good minus, sturdy original hard cover edition over all with moderate shelf wear, rubbing to the fore-corner tips, light soiling to cover cloth, spine cloth starting to fray at top edge, hinges and binding solid, paper lightly yellowed, a previous owner's name penned on the front endpaper andwith soiling to the top fore-edge. Without dust jacket

$65.00

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