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RADIO GUIDE MIKEROSCOPE ALBUM AND LOG BOOK, 1935

By No Author

Chicago: Radio Guide, Inc., 1935. This antique book is bound in lovely soft brown velveteen-covered heavy paper, printed with gilt letters and bound with staples at the spine. Lettering somewhat worn, slight spotting inside rear cover, but most inner pages clean. The book's main feature is full-page photos and short one-page bios of radio stars like Gracie Allen, Bing Crosby, Eddie Cantor, Kate Smith, Rudy Valee and many more. Also included is a list of different stations and their call numbers from across the country. 129 pages; approx. 5"x8".. Soft Cover. Good/No Jacket. Illus. by Photo Illustrated.

$13.99

Fridays With Red: A Radio Friendship

By Edwards, Bob

Riverside, New Jersey, U.S.A.: Simon & Schuster, 1993. Bob Edwards tells the story of his 12 years with Red Barber on National Public Radio's Morning Edition. Signed by Bob Edwards on the title page. Mild soil. 240 indexed pages, 8.5 x 6.. Author. Hard Cover. Collectible-Very Good/Collectible-Good. Illus. by Yes.

$4.99

35 HOURS A DAY!

By Various

New York: National Broadcasting Corp., 1937. This vintage book is bound in black boards, with white spine lettering and color cover illustration. Spine ends worn; cover soil/rubbing; wear and soil. Illustrated throughout with photographs, this book looks at the operations of the National Broadcasting Corporation and its Blue and Red networks: the people who work there, the programs they provide, the equipment they use and more. Approx. 45 pages, 9'x11".. Hard Cover. Good/No Jacket. Illus. by Illustrated.

$24.99

THE STORY OF CHEERIO

By Cheerio

Garden City Pub, 1936 Blue cover with gilt lettering & decorations on spine. Signed by cheerio on Limited Edition Subscription edition page to Mildred Henderson. Illustrated with photos. 382 pgs 5.5'x8.5'. By Author. Hard Cover. Collectible-Good.

$2.99