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The Camp of the Saints
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The Camp of the Saints

By Raspail, Jean

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. Hardcover. 0684142406 311 pages. First English printing of the 1973 French first edition. "A chilling novel about the end of the white world." - dust jacket. "The 'Brave New World' of the 70's. I am still haunted by the drama and suspense and horror of that armada!" - Germaine Bree. "Takes on a whole cluster of polemical issues - over-population, race, the Third World, and the character of liberal thought and sentiment." - Max Lerner. Somewhat above-average wear. Spine leaning. Usual library markings. Clear plastic laminate over dust jacket. . Fair. 1975. First English Printing.

$950.00

Address Unknown, in Story Magazine, September - October [Sept. - Oct.] 1938, Vol. XIII, No. 73
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Address Unknown, in Story Magazine, September - October [Sept. - Oct.] 1938, Vol. XIII, No. 73

By Kressmann, Taylor [Taylor, Kathrine Kressmann]

New York: Story Magazine, Inc.. Single Issue Magazine. First appearance of this prescient series of fictional letters, spanning sixteen months between 1932 and 1934, between a Jewish art dealer in San Francisco and his gentile business partner who has returned to Germany in the formative years of the Nazi regime. Simon & Schuster published the first book edition in 1939 and a film noir version followed in 1944. Subsequent stage play performances have continued globally until recent years. The magnum opus of Kathrine Kressmann Taylor [1903-1996], she was assigned the nom de plume Kressman Taylor by her husband and Story's editor Whit Burnett who, per an online reference, felt the concept of murder by mail was too strong to appear under the name of a woman. Occupies pages 20-32 of this 104 page magazine which is clean and unmarked with respectful wear. Front cover beginning to loosen and must be handled gently. Two-inch openings at head and foot of front cover at spine. A quality copy of this stunning literary achievement. . Good. 1938. First Edition.

$50000.00

Henry David Thoreau: A Reference Guide, 1835-1899 (Reference Publication in Literature)
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Henry David Thoreau: A Reference Guide, 1835-1899 (Reference Publication in Literature)

By Borst, Raymond R.

Boston: G K Hall. Hardcover. 081618822X xiv, 147 pages. Index. "Carries the writings about Henry David Thoreau from the first discovered notice of his name in public print through to the last day of the nineteenth century." - Preface. Former library copy with usual markings and moderate wear to publisher's maroon cloth. Binding tight. A sound copy of this informative reference. . Good. 1987. First Edition.

$79.95

Liberty Magazine - America's Best Read Weekly, December [Dec.] 17, 1932, Vol. 9, No. 51: Congressional Expense Accounts Examined
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Liberty Magazine - America's Best Read Weekly, December [Dec.] 17, 1932, Vol. 9, No. 51: Congressional Expense Accounts Examined

By Wayman, Dorothy; Doherty, Edward; Blackledge, W.J.; Beynon, Ginty; Stevenson, Charles; al, et

Toronto: Liberty Publishing Corporation of Canada, Ltd.. Single Issue Magazine. 58 pages. Features: Nice color cover illustration by H.R. McBride of dame powdering herself while mountain climbing; Editorial entitled "Movie Heroes in Sham Love-Making"; Dark of the Moon - a tale of wild hearts and the rum blockade (part 1); Hell Hounds! (part 2) - Ex-Legionnaire 1384 describes a desertion and a suicide - floggings and spread-eagling - that madness 'Cafard" - revelry in 'The Pit" - and Arab friends thwarting an escape to the Riffs; Alcibiades' One Ambition - the story of a persevering young man who jingled his way to happiness; Heartaches and Hilarity - photo-illustrated news and reviews of Cynara and Prosperity; Congress Cashes In - a look into the expense accounts of our national lawmakers (with illustration of them 'feeding at the trough'); What the Newsreels Do the the Great; Vox Pop; They Went Up Euclid - the story of Wooing on Wheels; A Minor Detail; - short story; Diana's Diary - wherein she runs away from money and rushes into matrimony; Three Men at Once - the lights on Long Beach - Sim goes into action - Grendel leaves the ship (part 5); Nice color Coke ad inside back cover features Santa; Nice color Christmas-themed Lucky Strike cigarette ad on back cover. Above-average but not excessive wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A worthy vintage copy. . Fair. 1932. Canadian Edition.

$149.95

Liberty Magazine, March [Mar.] 24, 1934, Vol. 11, No. 12 -  Will Japan Seize Alaska?
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Liberty Magazine, March [Mar.] 24, 1934, Vol. 11, No. 12 - Will Japan Seize Alaska?

By Burke, T.A.; Robinson, Senator Arthur R.; Connell, Richard; Bouligny, Edgar; Hunt, John Castle; Day, Dorothy; Bercovici, Konrad; Brennan, Frederick Hazllitt; Pasquin, Lee

Toronto: Liberty Publishing Corporation of Canada, Ltd.. Single Issue Magazine. 62 pages. Features: Nice color cover illustration of dog pulling curtain from lady; Editorial on 'The Lost Art of Living'; Nice one-page photo ad for the New Plymouth Six; Every Other Inch a Gentleman - part one of an anonymous Hollywood saga; Ad for Fleischmann's Yeast includes photos of Dr. Jules Monges and Dahlia Upchurch of Richmond, VA; Palmolive Shave Cream ad features photo of George Earl, trainer of "Torchy" Peden, bicycle racing champion; Will Japan Seize Alaska? - an arresting warning by Senator Arthur R. Robinson of Indiana; Excitement at Kamp Kumfort - a nice girl seeking adventure finds it; Nice two-color (red and black) ad for Libby's Catchup; Rendezvous (part 2) - Amazing true adventures of American fighter Edgar Bouligny (with photos); No More Belindas - a wistful tale of elfin memories; Movie News and Photos - Catherine the Great, The Big Shakedown, Palooka, and Search for Beauty; Tamer of Lions - true story of La Goulue, a cancan dancer of the Moulin Rouge in Paris; Destroyer - a novel of a love deeper than the sea (part 4); The Eye of Fate (short story); Vox Pop; To the Ladies; Color ad for Chesterfield cigarettes on back cover features scene at tobacco auction. Unmarked with somewhat above-average wear. Covers loose but present. A worthy vintage copy. . Fair. 1934. Canadian Edition.

$149.95

Liberty Magazine, 14 April [Apr.] 1934, Vol. 11, No. 15 -  Henry Ford Predicts What the Future Has in Store For Us
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Liberty Magazine, 14 April [Apr.] 1934, Vol. 11, No. 15 - Henry Ford Predicts What the Future Has in Store For Us

By Ford, Henry; Price, Hickman; Evans, Ida M.; Corners, George F.; Burke, T.A.; St. Johns, Adela Rogers; Brennan, Frederick Hazlitt; Swift, Oliver; Kropotkin, Princess Alexandra; O'Neill, Frank "Buck"; Williams, Margaret K.; Woehlke, Walter V.;

Toronto: Liberty Publishing Corporation of Canada, Ltd.. Single Issue Magazine. 66 pages. Features: What the Future Has in Store For Us - Henry Ford; A Good Rememberer (fiction); A Machine With a Soul - Norman B. Krim and his Thinking Machine; Faboulous one-page photo of street-scene on Toronto's Yonge St. circa 1904 - great snapshot of fashions and horse-drawn conveyances; The Private Life of Rudy Vallee - article with photos; Movie news and photos; Every Other Inch a Gentleman - an anonymous Hollywood Saga; Great two-page Chevrolet ad features the new standard series Chevrolet Six; Destroyer - a love novel; To the Ladies; It's the Split Second Flash That Makes the Champion - how the nick of time and knack of timing rule the world in sport; Mutiny in a 3-C Camp! - photo-illustrated chronicle of the ups and downs of 300,000 young Americans who are learning to be men; Old-Fashioned Love Story; Rendezvous - amazing true adventures of an American fighter (part 5 of 5); Vox Pop; Nice color ad for Chesterfield cigarettes on back cover features elegant redhead in brown dress. Unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A sound vintage copy. . Good. 1934. Canadian Edition.

$149.95

Liberty Magazine, May 27, 1933, Vol. 10, No. 21: Anti-Hitler Editorial / Private Life of Marie Dressler
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Liberty Magazine, May 27, 1933, Vol. 10, No. 21: Anti-Hitler Editorial / Private Life of Marie Dressler

By Hopkins, Ernest Jerome; Miller, Helen Topping; Prince, Dr. Walter Franklin; Perkins, Grace; Cohen, Octavus Roy; al, et

Toronto: Liberty Publishing Corporation of Canada, Ltd.. Single Issue Magazine. 58 pages. Features: Nice color cover illustration of clown bottle-feeding baby pig; If Canada Can Curb Crime Why Not the U.S.?; Blind River - the story of a butterfly who said she'd take bananas; The Haunted House on Beacon Street - uncanny horrors baffle a Boston churchman and his cultured, aristocratic wife; Mike - the revealing story of a radio star's romance (part 2 of 2); Movie News, Reviews and Photos - The Little Giant, A Bedtime Story, The Devil's Brother, Phantom Broadcast; The Private Life of Marie Dressler - article with photos, including Charlie Chaplin; Scarlet Woman (part 6); Pa Potter Procudes a Miracle; Born to Raise Hell (part 9); Antidotes (short story); Vox Pop; To the Ladies; Classy color back cover ad for Beech-Nut Luster-Mint candies - Lemon, Orange and Lime. Above-average but not excessive wear. Moisture-induced rippling and moderate discoloration in places - all text clearly legible. Unmarked. Binding intact. A worthy vintage copy. . Fair. 1933. Canadian Edition.

$149.95

Liberty Magazine - America's Best Read Weekly, December [Dec.] 24, 1932, Vol. 9, No. 52: Germany's Official Reply to Sergeant Halyburton of Company F, Sixteenth Infantry, USA
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Liberty Magazine - America's Best Read Weekly, December [Dec.] 24, 1932, Vol. 9, No. 52: Germany's Official Reply to Sergeant Halyburton of Company F, Sixteenth Infantry, USA

By Wayman, Dorothy; Doherty, Edward; Blackledge, W.J.; Smith, Frederick James; Annixter; Stallings, Richard; al, et

Toronto: Liberty Publishing Corporation of Canada, Ltd.. Single Issue Magazine. 50 pages. Features: Nice color cover illustration by John Drew of Santa buying hot water bottlle; Ad for Beeman's Pepsin Gum inside front cover features photo of policeman and caption "That ugly cop... grinning!"; Glowing editorial about Canada's people and potential; How to Keep Peace on Earth, by Lieut.-General Robert Lee Bullard argues preparedness is the only way to end war; Dark of the Moon - part 2; Hell Hounds! - ex-legionnaire 1384 describes the lost garrison (part 3); Hollywood Goes Spanish with an epidemic of bull-fighting pictures; The Call of Christmas - s astory of divine justice in the wilderness; Certain Romantic Possibilities - the story of a forgotten prisoner and a girl who fell into a trap; One on the House - short story; Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus; Germany's Official Reply to Sgt. Halyburton; To the Ladies; and more. Back cover color-photo Camel cigarette ad features lady backgammon player, cigarette in hand; Above-average but not excessive wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A worthy vintage copy. . Fair. 1932. Canadian Edition.

$149.95

Liberty Magazine, September (Sept.) 9, 1933, Vol. 10, No. 36: The Strange Life and Death of Stalin's Wife
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Liberty Magazine, September (Sept.) 9, 1933, Vol. 10, No. 36: The Strange Life and Death of Stalin's Wife

By Radziwill, Princess Catherine; Sabatini, Rafael; Franklin, Jay; Collins, Fred L.; Delmar, Vina; McEvoy, J.P.

Toronto: Liberty Publishing Corporation of Canada, Ltd.. Single Issue Magazine. 58 pages. Features: Nice color cover illustration of lady at wheel of sailboat; The Strange Life and Death of Stalin's Wife (part 1); Hearts and Swords - a stirring novel of bold deeds and lovely women in the glamorous Venice of yesterday; Movie News, Reviews and Photos - F.P.1, Morning Glory, This Day and Age, Blind Adventure; One Man in Ten Thousand - the story of a woman who knew her own heart; Happy Days - by Anna Roosevelt Dall; The Private Life of New York Mayor, Jimmy Walker (part 4); Portrait of Southpaw Baseball Player Jake Ehrich; Pa's Rhapsody in Silver and Black; Familiar Face (short story); Pretty Sadie McKee (part 12); Vox Pop; Fascinating one-page ad for Physical Culture magazine asks "Where Can the Unhappy Woman Find Happiness?"; To the Ladies; Back cover color-illustrated Chesterfield cigarettes ad features young couple in amazing '30s fashions! Above-average wear and soiling. Unmarked. Binding intact. A worthy vintage copy. . Fair. 1933. Canadian Edition.

$149.95

Liberty Magazine, March [Mar.] 3, 1934, Vol. 11, No. 9 -  H.L. Menchen on 'The Brain Trust'
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Liberty Magazine, March [Mar.] 3, 1934, Vol. 11, No. 9 - H.L. Menchen on 'The Brain Trust'

By Kropotkin, Princess Alexandra; Brennan, Frederick Hazlitt; Mencken, H.L.; Jamieson, Leland; Dall, Anna Roosevelt; Marsh, Allen; Gardner, Erle Stanley; Wilson, M.L.; Cohen, Octavus Roy; Richart, Mary; Reynolds, Quentin; Ford, Corey

Toronto: Liberty Publishing Corporation of Canada, Ltd.. Single Issue Magazine. 58 pages. Features: Nice color cover illustration of Maestro at work; To the Ladies; Editorial discusses how the world is being reborn - for the better; Nostalgic comic-style one-page ad for Ingram's Shaving Cream; Destroyer - part 1 of a novel of love deeper than the sea; Movie Reviews - "Racketeers, Redskins, Romance"; The Brain Trust - Eminent idol-smasher H.L. Mencken wonders if it will do better today than it has in the past; Lux Toilet Soap photo ad features RKO-Radio stare Irene Dunne; On One Wheel - a revolution, a girl, and a perilous landing; Vox Pop; Twelve Months in the White House - by Anna Roosevelt Dall; Did John Jacob Astor Find Capt. Kidd's Riches? - a true story of pirate gold and the birth of a famous fortune; The Case of the Howling Dog (part 8) - Perry Mason stages a phantom murder; 10,000 families going back to the land; Transient Lady (part 11) - dangerous days and a girl's devotion; An Elephant Never Forgets - hilarious tale of an exile from Georgia and 5 tons of pachyderm wisdom; Rookies That Bloom in the Spring - tales of some colorful baseball players; Snake Dance (short story). Nice color back cover Coke ad features men in suits and soda fountain. Unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A sound vintage copy. . Good. 1934. Canadian Edition.

$149.95

Liberty Magazine - America's Best Read Weekly, February [Feb.] 18, 1933, Vol. 10, No. 7: Mystery of the (Czar's?) Head in the Kremlin / Technocracy to the Rescue
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Liberty Magazine - America's Best Read Weekly, February [Feb.] 18, 1933, Vol. 10, No. 7: Mystery of the (Czar's?) Head in the Kremlin / Technocracy to the Rescue

By Hatch, Eric; Smith, Frank Leon; Wagner, Rob; Hopper, James; Ripley, H.A.; Benchley, Robert; Banks, Polan; al, et

Toronto: Liberty Publishing Corporation of Canada, Ltd.. Single Issue Magazine. 62 pages. Features: Nice Valentine-theme color cover illustration of dancing couple by Norman Guthrie Rudolph; One-page photo of Governor General of Canada Lord Bessborough examining sheep at Toronto's Royal Winter Fair; The Mystery of the (Czar's?) Head in the Kremlin - an astounding revelation of a Soviet secret and why an imposter can never reclaim the throne of the murdered Czar - includes reproduction of affidavit by the author, Iliodor, and photo of Anatoly, purportedly one of the slayers of the Romanovs; Five Days (part 2); Fantastic Listerine Tooth Paste ad includes photo of man boasting "I Smoke Like a Chimney"; Technocracy to the Rescue - Rupert Hughes hails the technocrats vision of a happy world governed by engineering skill; The Flaming Lure - the story of a crime in a sealed room; Movie News, Reviews, and photos - Grand Slam, Tonight is Ours, Billion Dollar Scandal, Parachute Jumper; Along the Fire Escape - the story of a burglar's baptism and a girl who shrieked too soon; The Big Coal Problem; The Woman Accused (part 5); Hell Hounds! - The World's Worst Jail (part 11); White Shoes (short story); Vox Pop; To The Ladies; Nice vintage ad for Wrigley's gum on back cover. Above-average but not excessive wear. Unmarked. Middle page loose but present. A worthy vintage copy. . Fair. 1933. Canadian Edition.

$199.95

Liberty Magazine, July 29, 1933, Vol. 10, No. 30: The Private Life of Charlie Chaplin
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Liberty Magazine, July 29, 1933, Vol. 10, No. 30: The Private Life of Charlie Chaplin

By Macfadden, Bernarr; Robinson, Carlyle R.; Rowland, Henry C.; Rice, W.H. (Bill); Yarley, Herbert O.; Wagner, Rob; Beloff, Georgei; al, et

Toronto: Liberty Publishing Corporation of Canada, Ltd.. Single Issue Magazine. 54 pages. Features: Nice color cover illustration of cowboy on bike in cactus patch; Nice color Coke ad inside front cover features young lady playing cards; The Dole - A Great Calamity (depression-era editorial); The Private Life of Charlie Chaplin - major photo-illustrated article; Cash and Carry - how an American girl, a Chinese baby, and $70 worth of trouble proved that China's a grand place to shop!; Married for Glory - a racket is exposed - the surprising confessions of a "Publicity Wedding" promoter; Classy one-page two-color Chevrolet ad features orange convertible; Movie news, reviews and photos - Voltaire, Gambling Ship, Hold Your Man, Melody Cruise; The Fight on the Farm Front - how the back-to-the-land movement, in accord with the New Deal, is advancing Americans toward national rehabilitation; What is Good Form? - the rollicking story of a modern girl who got what she went after; Ma Potter Goes for Golf (part 1); Pretty Sadie McKee - new problems and a new loneliness enter the story of another 'bad girl'; The Perfect Job (short story); Happy Days; Still Alive - part 4 of the amazing true story of a pilgrimage of terror through Asia, by Georgei Beloff; To the Ladies; Vox Pop; Back cover color-illustrated Chesterfield cigarette ad features smoking damsel in swing. Above-average wear and external soiling. Unmarked. Binding intact. A worthy vintage copy. . Fair. 1933. Canadian Edition.

$149.95

The Golden Book Magazine-April 1925-Volume I, No. 4
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The Golden Book Magazine-April 1925-Volume I, No. 4

By Lanier, Henry Wysham, Editor

New York: The Review of Reviews Corp. Single Issue Magazine. B00D1JNMDE 481-624, 39 [ads] pages. Lovely vintage ads. Ink stamp on front cover, otherwise clean and unmarked with moderate wear. Tight and square. A quality vintage copy. . Good. 1925. First Edition.

$129.95

Excursions
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Excursions

By Thoreau, Henry D.

Boston: Ticknor & Fields. Hardcover. 1864 reprint of the 1863 first edition. 319 pages. A Biographical Sketch precedes works entitled: Natural History of Massachusetts, A Walk to Wachusett, The Landlord, A Winter Walk, The Successioin of Forest Trees, Walking, Autumnal Tints, Wild Apples, and Night and Moonlight. Appears to be professionally rebound with most of the original green cloth and gilt-decorated backstrip preserved. Pencil erasure atop front free endpaper, otherwise quite tight, clean and unmarked with light foxing. A lovely copy. . Very Good. 1864. Reprint.

$650.00

Maupassant: the Semiotics of Text: Practical Exercises (Semiotic Crossroads)
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Maupassant: the Semiotics of Text: Practical Exercises (Semiotic Crossroads)

By Greimas, Algirdas Julien

Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company. Paperback. 1556190638 xxxiv, 258 pages. English version of Maupassant - la semiotique du texte. Includes the unabridged text of Two friends. Average wear. Usual library markings. Tight and square. A sound reference copy. . Fair. 1988. First English Edition.

$149.95

The Country Gentleman Magazine, - For the American Farmer and His Family, November [Nov.] 17, 1923, Vol. LXXXVIII, No. 46 - Is Uncle Sam Rich Enough To Give Us All a Farm? / Cranberries
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The Country Gentleman Magazine, - For the American Farmer and His Family, November [Nov.] 17, 1923, Vol. LXXXVIII, No. 46 - Is Uncle Sam Rich Enough To Give Us All a Farm? / Cranberries

By Grey, Zane; Garrett, Garet

USA: Curtis. Single Issue Magazine. 52 pages. Features: Nice one-page illustrated ad for "U.S." Boots; Nicely illustrated Fisher Body ad features scene in modern dairy barn; Is Uncle Sam Rich Enough To Give Us All A Farm?; Cranberry Folks are Sales Experts; Mouse-Guarding Our Orchards; Good Grass and a Cow Climate in Washington State; How to Nurse an Invalid Farm; They Needed a New Poultry House - cozy quarters brought winter eggs; Satan's Bushel (fiction); Fishing the Rogue (fiction); A Dane Tells What He Finds Wrong in Our Farming; Thanksgiving Chicken Pie (recipe); Nice one-page Hupmobile ad; Nice one-page illustrated ad for the Oakland Motor Car Company; One-page illustrated Fordson tractor ad; Nice one-page two-color ad for Three-In-One Oil features shotgun and hunting scenes; Nice one-page ad for Gold Seal footwear; Sensational centerfold ad for "Ball Brand" footwear features their red ball; One-page ad for the Oldsmobile Six; Excellent one-page ad for the Buescher True-Tone Saxophone features photos of seventeen prominent artists of the day; Two-color ad for Firestone footwear inside back cover; Purina Hen Chow ad on back cover; and much more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy of this marvelous vintage issue. . Good. 1923. First Edition.

$149.95

The Canadian Magazine, April [Apr.] 1935, Volume LXXXIII, Number 4 - Salvaging Sunken Caterpillar (Cat)  Tractors from "Cat Trains" in Canada's North
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The Canadian Magazine, April [Apr.] 1935, Volume LXXXIII, Number 4 - Salvaging Sunken Caterpillar (Cat) Tractors from "Cat Trains" in Canada's North

By Findlay, D.K.; Tuckwell, Ronald; Mumford, Ethel; Hanlon, John; Cleary, Eleanor; al, et

Toronto: Hugh C. Maclean Publications, Limited. Single Issue Magazine. 52 pages. Features: Classy Stan Smith cover illustration of fashionable lady in white hat; Heroine of an Anecdote (fiction); Tale of the Cats - Anecdotes of sunken Caterpillars of Cat Trains in Canada's north which were amazingly salvaged; The House of Mystery (fiction); The Old Head (sports fiction); The Boy Who Rode Lightning (horseracing fiction); Return Engagement (fiction); Truce for the Beavers - photo-illustrated article by Grey Owl; Nice photo-illustrated Plymouth car ad; Classy two-page illustrated Oldsmobile ad; Colour-photo ad for Swift's Premium ham features illustration of Mrs. Robert E. Marsh; Marybelle and the Wishing Stone (juvenile fiction); Beauty article; Fashion Forecasts from Fifth Avenue - with illustrations; Dodge car photo ad features the "Airglide Ride"; Movie news and photos; Easter Recipes; Letters to the Editor; Interesting colour-illustrated Cellophane ad inside back cover features "Poor Johnny Microbe" whose food supply has been reduced by this product; Back cover Old Dutch Cleanser ad features colour illustration of elegant ladies in luxurious green bathroom. Unmarked with average wear. Complete and intact. A fascinating and charming vintage issue. . Good. 1935. First Edition.

$199.95

Fox Mykyta / Lys Mykyta (Ivan Franko's Ukrainian Classic)
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Fox Mykyta / Lys Mykyta (Ivan Franko's Ukrainian Classic)

By Melnyk, Bohdan; Franko, Ivan

Canada: Tundra Books. Hardcover. 0887761127 148 pages. First English edition of the 1890 Ukrainian version of this, the most beloved work in all Ukrainian literature. Includes 72 black and white drawings by William Kurelek. Front free endpaper covered with blank white address labels. Binding intact. Somewhat above-average wear to book. Heavy wear to dust jacket which is now preserved in archival-grade Brodart. A worthy copy of this important work. . Fair. 1978. First Printing.

$99.95

F. Scott Fitzgerald: A Descriptive Bibliography (Pittsburgh Series in Bibliography)
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F. Scott Fitzgerald: A Descriptive Bibliography (Pittsburgh Series in Bibliography)

By Bruccoli, Matthew Joseph

USA: Oak Knoll Pr. Hardcover. 0822935600 Signed and dated by Bruccolli upon title page. xix, 479 pp. Index. Black and white illustrations. "The purpose of the present work is to assemble the most useful bibliographical data about Fitzgerald's work in one place." - Introduction. Clean, bright and unmarked with negligible wear. An excellent copy of this superb reference. . Fine. 1987. Revised Edition.

$149.95

Today's Woman Magazine, November (Nov.) 1946 - Communism Ends At Home
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Today's Woman Magazine, November (Nov.) 1946 - Communism Ends At Home

By Maugham, W. Somerset; Albert, Katherine; Caldwell, Erskine; Kropotkin, Princess Alexandra; Boothe, Clare Luce; al, et

Greenwich, Connecticutt: Fawcett Publications Inc.. Single Issue Magazine. 166 pages. Features: A Man and His Kite - story by Somerset Maugham - first appearance of The Kite; Sins of the Innocent - complete novel by Katherine Albert; A Subsidy for Marriage?; What the Doctors Now Think About Vitamins; Communism Ends At Home, by Clare Boothe Luce; Why Husbands Are Like That; The Most Inspiring Woman I Ever Met - Sarah Blanding, President of Vassar; A Volunteer Firefighter's Wife; A Gift of Beauty for your Home; Make Music Work For You; The Lesson I Learned From the Loving Hermit; Betty White - young wife in St. Louis, MO - article with photos; The Windfall - by Erskine Caldwell; Bowler Catherine Fellmeth; Woman metallurgist Valore L. Marcinak; Ballad specialist Barbara Wheaton Smith; Hatmaker Mrs. Orville Nichols; Weaver Janie Pitts; Spanish teacher Maria De Haro; Woman of the Month - Henrietta Sharon teaches hospitalized vets how to write; Liquid Liptone ad inside back cover features great color photo of June Preisser who starred in "High School Hero"; Beautiful back cover color-photo Maybelline ad features Hedy Lamarr in elegang black low-cut dress; and much more. Moderate tanning to contents. Above-average but not excessive external wear. A worthy vintage copy. . Fair. 1946. First Edition.

$199.95

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