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Older Than The Nation. The Story of The Hartford Courant.

By McNulty, John Bard.

Stonington, CT: Pequot Press, 1964. [xii], 232 pp. Grey cloth, with design of printer at printing machine stamped in red, title stamped in black. SIGNED by the author. With illustrations, b&w photos, appendices, index, Previous owner inscription on ffep, slight soiling to bottom edges of boards, GVG Dust jacket dampstained, edges chipped. Reproduced specimen pages on interior of dustjacket. . Signed. Hard Cover. GVG/Good.


Actions and Passions. Notes on the Multiple Revolution of Our Time

By Lerner, Max

New York: Simon and Schuster, 1949. xv, 368 pp, with index. Red cloth, spine title gilt, author's name on front in gilt. Spine faded, a touch of white paint on front cover, a little wear to bottom edges, spine edges bumped. SIGNED by the author on ffep. . First Edition, SIGNED. Hard Cover. Good/No Jacket.


Fred Owen Newspaper Man: When He Spoke, People Listened

By Owen, Raymond S.

Woolwich, Me.: TWB Books, 1983. 110 pp. Woven into this biography of a colorful journalist are stories of Maine under prohibition, the political scene, and the port of Portland. . First Edition. Pictorial Paper Wraps. Very Good.


History of The New York Times 1851 - 1921

By Davis, Elmer

New York: The New York Times, 1921. xxii, 434 pp, index. Green cloth, title gilt. With numerous photos and 18 facsimiles of 19th century newspaper pages including the first issue, the Outbreak of the Civil War, Lee's Surrender, the Titanic Disaster, the Armistice Signed. Spine sunned, light wear to corners, front hinge cracked, bookplate on front pastedown, still in Good condition.. Hard Cover. Good.


The Story of the Sun New York: 1833-1928

By O'Brien, Frank M.

New York: D. Appleton, 1928. xviii, 305 pp. Maroon cloth, titles gilt. Includes illustrations and index. In his introduction to the 1918 edition, Edward Page Mitchell, [Sun editor from 1903-1920] praised the way O'Brien kept the paper as the hero of the book, and then brought in writers and stories that illustrated the evolution of the Sun. Bookplate on front pastedown and previous owner's name on ffep. Cloth and gilt on front cover bright and unfaded, but corners bumped and spine a bit faded and frayed at edges.. New Edition, First Thus. Hard Cover. Very Good.


British Newspapers and Their Controllers

By Viscount Camrose

London: Cassell and Company Limited, 1947. x, 178 pp, with appendix, index, 25 plates. Green cloth. Sunned spine, a little sunning to boards, bottom edge of spine chewed, corners bumped, light soiling. Bookplate on front pastedown, p.o. name on ffep. Interior clean and tight.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Good+/No Jacket.


America's Oldest Daily Newspaper. The New York Globe.

New York: The Globe xvii, 154 pp. Gray paper-covered boards, blue cloth spine, paper labels with titles on front and spine. With foldout facsimiles of 1st issue of American Minerva and Commercial Advertiser 1797. Illustrated. A little age darkening to covers, corners and spine edges bumped, bookplate on front pastedown.. Hard Cover. GVG/No Jacket.