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Radio in Wartime
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Radio in Wartime

By Dryer, Sherman H.; Bernays, Edward L.; Lerner, Max; Corwin, Norman; Landry, Robert; Obeler, Arch; Lasswell, Harold; Schoenfeld, Bernard

New York: Greenburg Publisher. Hardcover. xiv, 384 pages. "The first authoritative book about the wartime use of radio in the United States. What fundamental policies should govern creative Radio in wartime? How effective are such broadcasts? What skills and techniques are most useful in the writing, producing and directing of American Radio in wartime? This book will open your eyes - and ears. It will tell you, the radio listener, how to detect propaganda - and how to create and put effective propaganda on the air! Author was Director of Radio Productions for the University of Chicago and of the world-famous University of Chicago Round Table, to which tens of millions listened each week." - dust jacket. Prior owner's name stamped inside each board, otherwise unmarked with moderate wear to red cloth-covered boards. Binding tight. Above-average wear to dramatically-illustrated, price-clipped and mylar protected dust jacket, the back panel of which promotes the purchase of U.S. War Bonds and Stamps, featuring a message from and photo of business analyst Merryle Stanley Rukeyser. Cole p.258, Larson 42. . Good. 1942. First Edition.

$750.00

McClure's Magazine, December (Dec.) 1903, Vol. XXII, No. 2 - The History of the Standard Oil Company - The War on the Rebate
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McClure's Magazine, December (Dec.) 1903, Vol. XXII, No. 2 - The History of the Standard Oil Company - The War on the Rebate

By Tarbell, Ida; Baker, Ray Stannard

USA: The S.S. McClure Co.. Single Issue Magazine. A very rare copy of this, the first appearance of The War on the Rebate, Chapter 1 of Part 2 of Ida Tarbell's ground-breaking History of the Standard Oil Company. This 14-page chapter includes a one-page illustration of J.D. Rockefeller by George Varian, plus photos of William C. Scofield, Daniel Shurmer, John Teagle, George Rice, and Benjamin Butler. This chapter deals with organized espionage, the Scofield-Shurmer-Teagle Case, and related matters. With this work, Tarbell invented what we know today as investigative journalism. She was motivated to expose the methods of J.D. Rockefeller's Standard Oil as she felt he had unfairly damaged her father's oil business. The New York University Department of Journalism ranked this study as the fifth best work of 20th-century American journalism. Also contained in this issue is an intersting article entitled The Lone Fighter, by Ray Stannard Baker, which argues the U.S. is not a free country and Americans are not free, due to labor bosses, and government by and for 'The Bosses". Binding intact. Unmarked. Above-average but not excessive external wear. Moderate moisture exposure. Dozens of pages of glorious illustrated ads. A sound vintage copy. . Fair. 1903. First Edition.

$1500.00

McClure's Magazine, February 1904, Vol. XXII, No. 4: The History of the Standard Oil Company - Cutting To Kill
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McClure's Magazine, February 1904, Vol. XXII, No. 4: The History of the Standard Oil Company - Cutting To Kill

By Tarbell, Ida; Baker, Ray Stannard; Schell, Frank H.

USA: The S.S. McClure Co.. Single Issue Magazine. A very rare copy of this, the first appearance of Cutting to Kill, Chapter 3 of Part 2 of Ida Tarbell's ground-breaking History of the Standard Oil Company. This 14-page chapter deals with J.D. Rockefeller's fervent desire to learn every detail of the oil trade, to be able to reach its remotest point, to control even its weakest factor - as this was his ideal of doing business. Illustrated with facsimiles of documents. With this work, Tarbell invented what we know today as investigative journalism. She was motivated to expose the methods of J.D. Rockefeller's Standard Oil as she felt he had unfairly damaged her father's oil business. The New York University Department of Journalism ranked this study as the fifth best work of 20th-century American journalism. Also included is an intersting article by Ray Stannard Baker which examines the corner in labor in San Francisco, where unions hold undisputed sway. The Owl Drug Co. boycott is discussed and photos of Walter Mac Arthur, Eugene E. Schmitz, and P.H. McCarthy are included. Also included is war correspondent Frank H. Schell's personal account of his experience at the Battle of Antietam, the bloodiest day in American history. Binding intact. Unmarked. Above-average external wear. Moderate moisture exposure. Dozens of glorious illustrated ads. A worthy vintage copy. . Fair. 1904. First Edition.

$1500.00

McClure's Magazine, June 1904, Vol. XXIII, No. 2: The History of the Standard Oil Company - A Modern War For Independence
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McClure's Magazine, June 1904, Vol. XXIII, No. 2: The History of the Standard Oil Company - A Modern War For Independence

By Tarbell, Ida; McGrath, P.T.

USA: The S.S. McClure Co.. Single Issue Magazine. A very rare copy of this, the first appearance of A Modern War For Independence, Chapter 6 of Part 2 of Ida Tarbell's ground-breaking History of the Standard Oil Company. This 18-page chapter deals with the united opposition of producers which developed against J.D. Rockefeller's heavy-handed dominance of their industry. Illustrated with photos of A.D. Wood, Lewis Emery Jr., Thomas W. Phillips, Peter Theobald, E.H. Jennings, David Kirk, Michael Murphy, James W. Lee, Hugh King, and Clarence Walker. With this work, Tarbell invented what is known today as investigative journalism. She was motivated to expose the methods of J.D. Rockefeller's Standard Oil as she felt he had unfairly damaged her father's oil business. The New York University Department of Journalism ranked this study as the fifth best work of 20th-century American journalism. Also included is a fascinating illustrated article by P.T. McGrath entitled The Peril of the Icebergs which discusses the horrors of ships colliding with icebergs, strongly foreshadowing the Titanic disaster eight years later. Dozens of glorious illustrated ads. Binding intact. Unmarked. Average wear. Lacking covers, backstrip, and half of page 85 which contained ads. A worthy vintage copy. . Fair. 1904. First Edition.

$1500.00

McClure's Magazine, May 1903, Vol. XXI, No. 1 - The History of the Standard Oil Company (Chapter VII) / Pittsburgh Corruption / New York's Street Waifs
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McClure's Magazine, May 1903, Vol. XXI, No. 1 - The History of the Standard Oil Company (Chapter VII) / Pittsburgh Corruption / New York's Street Waifs

By Tarbell, Ida; Steffens, Lincoln; Poole, Ernest

USA: The S.S. McClure Co.. Single Issue Magazine. A very rare copy of this, the first appearance of chapter seven, The Crisis of 1878, of Ida Tarbell's ground-breaking History of the Standard Oil Company. This feature of 16 pages includes photos of: the company's tank farm at Olean, NY; John L. McKinney; Torpedoed oil wells with side-flow and upright flow; A.J. Cassatt; M.N. Allen; a 25,000 oil tank on fire; and a one-page illustration of the hanging in effigy of "Buck" McCandless. With this work, Tarbell invented what we know today as investigative journalism. She was motivated to expose the methods of J.D. Rockefeller's Standard Oil as she felt he had unfairly damaged her father's oil business. The New York University Department of Journalism ranked this study as the fifth best work of 20th-century American journalism. Also contained in this issue is a most scathing 15-page photo-illustrated article on the corruption pervasive in Pittsburgh, PA. Also included is a 9-page article entitled Waifs of the (New York) Street which describes, with illustrations, the heart-breaking life of children forced to work as 'newsboys, peddlers, messengers, and bootblacks that swarm by day and night through every crowded street of busy New York.' Binding intact. Unmarked. Above-average wear. This copy lacks: covers; backstrip; pages 1-2 (title page and first half of table of contents); Advertising pages 133-136. . Fair. 1903. First Edition.

$1500.00

Mechanical Bride Folklore of Industrial
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Mechanical Bride Folklore of Industrial

By Mcluhan, Marshall

New York: VANGUARD PRESS. Hardcover. B000UYATK2 vii, 157 pages. Illustrated in black and white. "One of the major books of this or any other year. Long a famous 'underground' book, this is a limited hardbound edition of the work that pointed the way toward untangling the complicated web of today's communications." - from dust jacket. Book clean and unmarked with moderate wear. Binding intact. Average wear to dust jacket now preserved in archival-grade Brodart. A sound copy. . Good. 1951. Limited Hardcover Edition.

$199.95

The Gutenberg Galaxy - The Making of Typographic Man
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The Gutenberg Galaxy - The Making of Typographic Man

By McLuhan, Marshall

USA: University of Toronto Press / Glenbow-Alberta Institute. Hardcover. Reprint of the 1962 first edition. 293 [1] pages. Bibliographic Index. Index of Chapter Glosses. "Concerned with that association of cultural and political events which, from the origins of phonetic literacy to the development of typography, have shaped the Western individual and society. The translation of tribal man into his Western form is shown to have occurred by the agency of phonetic literacy alone." - form dust jacket. Markings to contents in pencil and ink. Usual library markings. Moderate wear. Binding tight. Dust jacket now preserved in archival-grade Brodart. A sound reference copy. . Fair. 1968. Reprint.

$179.95

Public Relations
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Public Relations

By Bernays, Edward (editor)

USA: University of Oklahoma Press. Hardcover. B000WGADDG First edition of this public relations classic. 374 pages. Suggested reading list. Index. Bernays "presents his conception of public relations, a profession he helped to found: its importance to individuals, organizations, governments. His ideas, backed by years of successful practice, offer a sound basis for public relations." - from dust jacket (not included with this copy). Author, a nephew of Sigmund Freud, conducted many influential large-scale public relations exercises on the American public and has come to be known as the "Father of Spin." His techniques remain very much at work in today's news. Above-average wear. Front hinge open where front free endpaper removed. Remnants of dust jacket flaps affixed inside each board. Light tanning to endpapers and contents. A worthy reading copy. (Larson 11) . Fair. 1952. First Edition.

$650.00

Adventures in Propaganda, Letters From an Intelligence Officer in France
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Adventures in Propaganda, Letters From an Intelligence Officer in France

By Blankenhorn, Heber

USA: Houghton Mifflin Company, The Riverside Press Cambridge. Hardcover. B001RATN32 167 pages. Black and white plates, including tissue-protected frontispiece. Author was a Captain in America's Military Intelligence Division during WWI. A compilation of his fascinating and informative letters. Gift greetings atop front free endpaper otherwise contents clean and unmarked. Light age-toning to contents. Binding intact. Somewhat above-average external wear and soiling. A sound copy. . Fair. 1919. First Edition.

$349.95

Time Magazine (Canadian Edition) November (Nov.) 21, 1969 - Counterattack on Dissent
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Time Magazine (Canadian Edition) November (Nov.) 21, 1969 - Counterattack on Dissent

By Contributors, Multiple

Canada: Time. Paperback. 96 pages. Features: One-page ad for Sony high-fidelity tapedecks; Gerald LeDain and the Ledain Commission on drugs; Photo of Leonard Cohen as he works with Marshall McLuhan to name the Anik satellite; Harvesting trout in Manitoba; Royal Trust moves into the TD Center and a spacious 'leafy look' office layout; The politics of polarization in the US; Spiro Agnew's attack against the media bosses; Parades for peace and patriotism; Washington rally organized by Professor Charles Moser for Nixon's unsilent supporters; Arrest of Samuel Melville, George Demmerle and Jane Alpert after dynamite blasts in New York City; Edward Johnson and Willie Smith charged with murder and rape after the savage deaths of Hermine Rohs, Willy Rohs and Marilyn Rohs of St. Louis; The Apollo 12 mission; Nice one-page ad for Toronto's Royal York Hotel; The Start of SALT talks; Solzhenitsyn remains true to his credo; Election in India; Japan seeks return of Okinawa and Ryukyu island chain from U.S.; Victory for Marcos in the Philippines; Rare two-page colour-photo ad for Wardair - Canada's largest jet charter airline; The Suez Canal's Bleak Centennial; The New Feminists - Revolt against 'Sexism'; One-page ad for the ill-fated IOS, Investors Overseas Service, Ltd.; The art of Augustus Saint-Gaudens, America's greatests sculptor; Suddenly Washington, DC has no law to prevent doctors from performing abortions; Whole Earth Catalog; Fordham's administration building messed up; Passing of Donald J. McParland, Iskander Mirza, Ferdinand Eberstadt and Harry Scherman; Time to squirm for military contractors of the U.S. Navy; Price of Hershey Bar raised from 5 to 10 cents; Merger of Northweset Orient with Northeast airlines; Nickel shortage; Interesting 4-paragraph article on the price of gold; Ad for the Peugeot 504; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. . Good. 1969. First Edition.

$129.95

Here We go Again
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Here We go Again

By Collins, Doug

Canada: Colpress. Paperback. 0968415008 177 pages. "Being a compendium of columns from the writer the New Democratic Party government of B.C. (British Columbia) and its Human Rights Commission tried to silence, and his fight against censorship." - subtitle. Author was one of the strongest crusaders for free speech in Canadian history. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. . Good. 1998. First Edition.

$99.95

The Engineering of Consent
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The Engineering of Consent

By Bernays, Edward L. - Editor: Contributors: Cutler, Howard W.; Dodge, Sherwood; Fine, Benjamin; Fleischman, Doris; Ginsburgh, A. Robert; Jones, John Price; Samstag, Nicholas

Norman, OK, U.S.A.: University of Oklahoma Press. Hardcover. 246 pages. Index. Third printing of the 1955 first edition. "A well-planned public relations program, says Edward L. Bernays, U.S. Publicist Number 1, is executed in accordance with scientific principles. This book is based on the findings of social scientists, whose dispassionate approach and methods may be likened to those of the engineering professions... A systematic presentation of the principal organizational problems in any public relations undertaking." - from dust jacket of first edition (not included with this copy). Average wear to navy blue cloth-covered boards. Usual library markings. Binding intact. A worthy early printing of this public relations classic. (Larson 8 describes the first edition) . Good. 1969. Third Printing.

$1995.00

The Case for Reappraisal of U.S. Overseas Information Policies and Programs, Incorporating Congressman Fascell's Report
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The Case for Reappraisal of U.S. Overseas Information Policies and Programs, Incorporating Congressman Fascell's Report

By Bernays, Edward L.; Hershey, Burnet: Editors

U.S.A.: Praeger. Hardcover. 316 pages. Published in cooperation with The Emergency Committee for Reappraisal of U.S. Overseas Policies and Programs, and The Overseas Press Club Foundation, Edward R. Murrow Memorial Fund. In light of the communications revolution of the last fifty years, this work addresses the urgent need for the U.S. Overseas Information Agency (USIA) to "be brought into line with changed political conditions, the new techniques of communication, and the findings of social scientists." - from Preface. Moderate wear. Binding intact. Usual library markings. A sound copy. . Fair. 1970. First Edition.

$1495.00

Propaganda
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Propaganda

By Bernays, Edward L.

New York: Horace Liveright. Hardcover. 159 pages. Third printing of the 1928 first edition. The landmark work by the man who has come to be known as "The Father of Spin." "The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society. Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country." - from page 9. Chapters include: Organizing Chaos; The New Propaganda; The New Propagandists; The Psychology of Public Relations; Business and the Public; Propaganda and Political Leadership; Women's Activities and Propaganda; Propaganda for Education; Propaganda in Social Services; Art and Science; The Mechanics of Propaganda. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. Moderate age-toning to contents. A sound early copy of this profoundly influential work. . Good. 1930. Third Printing.

$4500.00

Speak Up for Democracy - What You Can Do: A Practical Plan of Action for Every American Citizen
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Speak Up for Democracy - What You Can Do: A Practical Plan of Action for Every American Citizen

By Bernays, Edward L.

New York: The Viking Press. Hardcover. 128 pages. Second printing of the 1940 first edition. Specially printed in connection with the national program of Appreciate America Inc. "At this very moment attempts directed, financed, or encouraged from Europe, Asia, and even from within our borders are being made to destroy our national unity and morale, to create and enlarge differences among us which might make for confusion, panic, and collapse, if we were attacked by an enemy." - from page vii. Bernays designed this plan to galvanize the ties of common interest of Americans for the purpose of achieving a strong national morale. His plan includes "proved methods of persuasion, of influencing, of crystallizing and mobilizing public opinion." - from page viii. Chapters include: What is Democracy; Speak Up for Democracy; What Democracy Means to You; Accusations and Answers; Saboteurs of Democracy; How to Speak Up for Democracy - General; Planned Events - Backbone of Your Campaign; Planning to Speak Up for Democracy; Holidays and other Celebrations - Springboards for Democracy; The Press; Using the Mail/Pamphlets/Leaflets; The Forum Discussion; Radio/Motion Pictures/Other Media; Youth; plus a variety of important information useful for campaigning. Boards illustrated in patriotic red, white and blue motif. Gift greetings upon front free endpaper, otherwise unmarked. Binding intact. Average wear. A sound copy of this important Bernays work. . Good. 1941. Second Printing.

$2500.00

The Big Lie
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The Big Lie

By White, John Baker

London: Evans Brothers. Hardcover. 220 pages. Index. Black and white photographic plates. Great eye-catching dust jacket art. Discusses "deceptions, physical feints involving men and machines, faked papers, maps and photos designed to harass, puzzle and trick the enemy into making a false move, or no move at all." - from dust jacket. Author was an active participant in such activities during the second world war. Average wear and soiling to book.. Binding intact. Above-average wear to price-clipped dust jacket which is now preserved in glossy new archival-grade Brodart. A sound reference copy of this fascinating work. . Good. 1955. First Edition.

$49.95

The Saturday Evening Post Magazine, November 12, 1949 - What Kind of Man is Stalin? / Minot, North Dakota
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The Saturday Evening Post Magazine, November 12, 1949 - What Kind of Man is Stalin? / Minot, North Dakota

By Montanye, Harold; McNeil, Steve; Lamson, David; Dollar, Peter; Smith, Lt. Gen. Walter Bedell; al, et

USA: Curtis. Paperback. 180 pages. Features: 1-page color ad for Timken tapered roller bearings; 1-page color ad for Lumite auto seat covers; 1/2-page color ad for Fatima cigarettes; 2-page color ad for General brand Winter-Cleat tires; Fantastic 1-page color ad for White Trucks features log-hauling scene; Nice color 2-page ad for General Electric radios and tvs; Nice color 1-page ad for Whitman's Samplers; What Kind of Man is Stalin? - Part 1 of 'My Three Years in Moscow - article with photos - the author met Stalin personally; The Innocent Buccaneer (fiction); How to Get Rich After Dark - photo-illustrated article on the men who fish the Gulf Stream off Florida; The Rebellious Age (fiction); Moutain Rescue Man - color-photo illustrated article on Ranger William Butler of Washington's Mount Rainier; The Woman Hater (fiction); John Pastore - Rhode Island's Little Firecracker - article with photo; Hilarious Memories of Albert J. Rothe "The Red Barber" who trimmed famous men such as Truman, Bradley, Byrnes, Leahy and Patton - article with photos; Anxious Night (fiction); Tuss McLaughry of Dartmouth's football program - article with photo; Collision Course (fiction); Feature article on Miinot, North Dakota, with photos; New York City's Food Trades Vocational High School - article with great color photos; The Doctor of Unkown Island (fiction); Photo-illustrated article on Jimmy Dunn of America's foreign service; *SENSATIONAL* full-page color-photo ad for the New Chrysler Town & Country in a bird hunting locale; That Ain't The Way I Saw It - former newspaperman Robert M. Yoder on the glamorous adventures thata befall a reporter in the radio serials; Fantastic two-page Borg-Warner ad highlights their products in the Ripley's Believe It or Not! format; U.S. Army photo-illustrated recruiting ad; Nice 1-page color ad for Old Gold cigarettes; 2-page color-photo ad for Sun-Maid Raisins; Borden's ad features Elsie the Cow; Nice 1-page color-illustrated ad for American Airlines; Magnavox TV ad; Nice photo-illustrated ad for Pullman cars; 1-page color ad for Rice Krispies; Two-page ad for Listerine and dandruff; Gorgeous 2-page color illustrated Chevrolet ad featuring a red Styleline De Luxe 4-Door Sedan; Auto-Lite Spark Plug ad features photos of Jane Wyman; Nice 2-page color-illustrated General Motors ad highlights the safety of their vehicles; Nice 1-page 2-color photo-illustrated ad for Eaton 2-speed axles features tank truck driver Mr. J.T. Ebling; Eveready battery ad features photos of Mr. Axel Lober, Mr. Everett Smith, Janice Winters and Mr. Sam C. Kuster; Nice 1-page photo illustrated ad for the Underwood All Electric Typewriter; Color ad for Crosley fridges; Nice color ad for Kraft Cocao Mix; Wonderful full-page color 7up (Seven-Up) ad features photo of a square dance scene; Color ad for Del Monte Catsup; Hydrox cookie ad; Color ad for Hamilton watches; 1-page 2-color ad for Red Heart dog food features photos of Lassie; Nice 1-page color ad for United Aircraft; Cream of Wheat ad features Li'l Abner cartoon; Full-page tire chain ad for American Chain & Cable Company; 1-page 2-color ad for Cavalier Cedar Chests; Statler Hotels ad features cartoon. Moderate wear. A sound vintage copy. This issue noteworthy for its many exceptional ads. . Good. 1949. First Edition.

$199.95

The Saturday Evening Post Magazine, November 19, 1949 - Housekeeping Headaches in a Police State
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The Saturday Evening Post Magazine, November 19, 1949 - Housekeeping Headaches in a Police State

By Carse, Robert; Kempton, Kenneth Payson; Ellerbe, Paul; Stern, Richard; Smith, Lt. Gen. Walter Bedell; al, et

USA: Curtis. Paperback. 164 pages. Features: 1-page color ad for Champion Spark Plugs features dog in ear muffs; Van Heusen shirt ad features leggy chorus line; Color ad for the Sunbeam Shavemaster; Nice 1-page color ad for Jarman shoes; Color ad for Chris Craft boats; Dictator in Sheep's Clothing - the baffling David Dubinsky of the International Ladies' Garment Workers Union (ILG / ILGWU) - article with photos; Cornered (fiction); Housekeeping Headaches in a Police State - Part 2 of 'My Three Years in Moscow' - article with photos; The University of Miami - article with many great color photos; Summer Affair (fiction); Pitt (The University of Pittsburgh) once again fashions a football powerhouse - article with photos; You Only Get One Chance (fiction); Report From Spandau Prison where Rudolf Hess, Albert Speer, Admirals Raeder and Doenitz, and others Nazis are imprisoned - with six photos; The Boiling Point (fiction; Trouble is Their Business - AAA / Triple A / The American Automobile Association - article with great photos; The Doctor of Unknown Island (fiction); Southern California's pottery industry - article with color photos; The Innocent Buccaneer (fiction); Nice color ad for Campbell's Soup; Color ad for Dodge Trucks; Two-page color ad for 1950 Ford cars; Color ad for Birds Eye peas featuring Mrs. Shy; Chevrolet Trucks ad; Webster Cigar ad; Kodak film color photo ad; Centerfold color photo ad for Hotpoint Appliances; 1-page ad for General Mills features colour photo of the Lone Ranger on horseback; Elgin watch ad features photo of Jane Pickens; Nice Hammond Organ ad; Nice Camel cigarette ad includes photo of Vic Scott, winner of the Albany to New York Outboard Marathon; Nice 1-page color ad for Packard cars with Ultramatic Drive; Borden's Cheese Spread ad features Elsie the Cow; Pan American Airlines ad features color photos of European destinations; Beautiful full-page color illustration features Libbey-Owens-Ford Plate Glass; Fantastic vintage 1-page 2-color Mack Truck illustrated ad; Nice color one-page ad for Zenith televisions and radios; Nice 1-page color-photo ad for Congress playing cards features Mme. Schiaparelli and 'Gogo' Berenson; Arvin Radio ad; Artistic color 1-page IBM ad with caption 'Releasing the Human Mind'; Nice color Reddi-wip ad; 1-page color ad for New Mexico tourism; Nice color ad for Trailways bus lines; Great color-photo ad on back cover for Chesterfield Cigarettes features Barbara Stanwyck and Claude Pope, a prominent tobacco farmer from Hillsboro, NC. Moderate wear. A sound vintage copy. . Good. 1949. First Edition.

$199.95

The Saturday Evening Post Magazine, December 10, 1949 - God Won't Stay Underground in Russia / Edward R. Murrow
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The Saturday Evening Post Magazine, December 10, 1949 - God Won't Stay Underground in Russia / Edward R. Murrow

By Byrd, Sigman; Crowe, Cecily Teague; Bosworth, Jim; Allan; Dinesen, Isak; Smith, Lt. Gen. Walter Bedell; Pinkerton, Robert E.; Zolotow, Maurice; More, and

USA: Curtis. Paperback. 156 pages. Features: Nice Christmas-theme 1-page color ad for General Electric's 'Daylight Television'; Half-page color Christmas ad for REO deluxe Trimalwan mowers; 2-page color-photo ad for Elgin watches features 'best dressed' Mrs. Mandel of Chicago and James (Jimmy) Stewart, starring in 'Broken Arrow'; Color ad for Knapp Monarch appliances features Claudette Colbert; Nice 1-page color Christmas ad for Eversharp Pens; 2-page color Christmas ad for Bulova watches; Nice 1-page color ad for General brand winter tires; Detroit Cracks Down on Relief Chiselers - article with photos on how Detroiters took a look at their relief rolls and uncovered some facts that shocked the state and will shock you too - 30% of Detroit reliefers were chiselers; Spies are Shot at Dawn - fiction; The Great Bamboozler - James Moran and his crazy publicity stunts; Amateur Angel (fiction); Murrow Sticks to the News - article on Edward R. Murrow with photo; My Three Years in Moscow - Part 5 - God Won't Stay Underground in Russia, where Christians and Jews cling to their beliefs - article with photos; America's Toughest School - Webb Institute of Naval Architecture - article with color photos; Tales of the Sea Otter - it is now coming back from near extinction; The Christmas Racket (fiction); How Murderers Beat the Law - double-length photo-illustrated article on Harvard's Department of Legal Medicine; The Uncertain Heiress (fiction); The Town of Santa Claus, Indiana - article with great color photos; He works at 459 Below - Dr. William Francis Giauque, winner of the Nobel Prize for Chemistry - article with photos; Vengeance Valley (fiction); Futuristic color Oldsmobile ad; Nice color Borden's ad featuring Elsie the Cow; The Innocent Buccaneer (fiction); Gorgeous 1-page Christmas color ad for Old Gold cigarettes with photo of couple under mistletoe; Color 1-page ad for the new 1950 Mercury cars; Nice 1-page color ad for Wilson's food products; Great 1-page color ad for American Airlines shows snowbound Christmas family looking up at an airliner in flight; Color Christmas ad for Fatima cigarettes; Fantastic 2-page color ad for Pontiac cars; Color 1-page ad for the Sunbeam Shavemaster; Great 1-page color photo Caterpillar ad shows Christmas trees being harvested by Halvorson Trees, Inc. near International Falls, MN; 1-page ad for RCA Victor products; 1-page ad for Philco products; 1-page color ad for John Hancock insurance features North Pole explorer Robert (Bob) Peary; Demuth pipe ad; Nice 2-page black and white Buick ad; 2-page color ad for Prince Gardner wallets; Nice 2-color 1-page Christmas ad for Motorola TVs and radios; 1-page Webster cigar ad; 1-page Dumont TV Christmas ad; Nice 1-page color ad for Willys-Overland Jeeps; Color-photo ad for Florida orange juice; 1-page color ad for Greyhound bus trips to the sunny south; Nice 1-page color photo ad for Ford trucks features Christmas tree grower Roy Halvorson of Duluth, MN plus his wife, Edythe and daughter, June, as well as his Ford dealer P.N. Hegvold; Nice 1-page color ad for Kaywoodie pipes; Nice 2-color 1-page Christmas ad for New York Central Railway; Nice 1-page color ad for Nescafe coffee; Crosley TV ad; Manhattan clothing color ad features unusual tie designs; Nice 1-page color Toastmaster Christmas toaster ad; Color Esterbrook pen ad; Color Gruen watch ad; Nice 1-page color-photo ad for Samsonite Luggage shows pleasant travel scenes; Nostalgic 1-page color ad for Bell & Howell home movie cameras; Color ad for Rolfs wallets; Color ad for Waterman's pens; Nice 1-page color-photo ad for Capehart televisions; Jones Dairy Farm Sausage ad; Statler Hotels ad features Santa cartoon by Tony Barlow; Color ad for Shulton (Old Spice) products inside back cover; Color Christmas ad for Kodak cameras on back cover. Moderate wear. A sound vintage copy. . Good. 1949. First Edition.

$199.95

The Saturday Evening Post Magazine, November 26, 1949 - Why the Russian People Don't Rebel
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The Saturday Evening Post Magazine, November 26, 1949 - Why the Russian People Don't Rebel

By Marmur, Jacland; Curran, Dale; Katkov, Norman; MacHarg, William; Smith, Lt. Gen. Walter Bedell; al, et

USA: Curtis. Paperback. 120 pages. Features: Nice 1-page color ad for Cutler-Hammer motor controls; 1-page color ad for Old Gold cigarettes; color ad for Pitney-Bowes Postage Meters; Zippo Lighter color ad; My Wonderful Uncle, Levi Coombs Gould - article with photos; Challenge the Tempest (fiction); My Three Years in Moscow, Part 3 - Why the Russian People Don't Rebel - with photos; The Camouflaged Crime (fiction); Robert Jones of Ohio Refused to be Smeared by Drew Pearson - article with photos; The Rape of Albania - how this former paradise between Tito and the men in the Kremlin is being slowly bled to death - article with photos; One Divorce is Enough (fiction); Charley Callahan is the shrewd press agent for Notre Dame football - article with photos; The Odds on Murder (fiction); Training New Kinds of Methodist Pastors in Denver at the Iliff School of Theology - article with photos; The Doctor of Unkown Island (fiction - conclustion); Colour photos of the Arseneau family's home and birds on Great Bird Rock; Nice 1-page color Lucky Strike ad features Raymond W. Crutchfield of Reidsville, NC; The Innocent Buccaneer (fiction); RCA Victor TV ad; Nice half-page color ad for Fatima cigarettes features Mrs. Ralph Ellis of Chicago, Mrs. Mary C. Wurdeman of Los Angeles, Mr. James S. Winterhalter of Detroit, and Miss Pamel Hendricks Bookman of New York; Nice two-color Shelby bicycle ad features Donald Duck; Nice color centerfold ad features General Electric (GE) Christmas lights; Color ad for Winchester's glowing flashlight; Honeywell thermistat ad features black and white photos of Linda Darnell; La Choy Chinese Food color ad features interesting drawing of Chinese man in pigtail; Nice 1-page 2-color ad for Fruehauf Trailers features Frank Benitz of Dugan Brothers Baked Goods; Nice color ad for Sunkist oranges on back cover. Average external wear. Moderate external soiling. A worthy vintage copy. . Good. 1949. First Edition.

$199.95

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