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image of Original press photograph of Rose Marie, 1930

Original press photograph of Rose Marie, 1930

by Rose Marie (subject)

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Royal Books, Inc.
Published
1930
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$325.00

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Burbank, CA: National Broadcasting Company [NBC], 1930. Vintage satin-finish double weight publicity photograph of young actress Rose Marie posing in front of a NBC microphone. With holograph pencil annotations on the verso, along with a date stamp reading April 23, 1930, and a NBC stamp. Marie would go on to become a beloved comedian and television actress,… Read more
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$325.00
image of Original publicity photograph of Bernardine Flynn, 1932

Original publicity photograph of Bernardine Flynn, 1932

by Bernardine Flynn (subject); Maurice Seymour (photographer)

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Royal Books, Inc.
Published
1932
Item Price
$300.00

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Burbank, CA: National Broadcasting Company [NBC], 1932. Vintage publicity photograph of radio actress and announcer Bernardine Flynn, with the insignia of photography studio Maurice Seymour from the negative, at the bottom left corner, circa 1930s. With a printed mimeo snipe affixed to the verso, along with a date stamp reading August 18, 1932. Flynn voiced a variety of… Read more
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$300.00
image of Gunsmoke (Original photograph of William Conrad, circa 1954, for the radio series)

Gunsmoke (Original photograph of William Conrad, circa 1954, for the radio series)

by William Conrad (subject); Gabor Rona (photographer); Norman Macdonnell, John Meston (creators)

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Royal Books, Inc.
Published
1954
Item Price
$75.00

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Hollywood: CBS Radio, 1954. Vintage publicity photograph of William Conrad for the CBS radio series "Gunsmoke," circa 1954. Mimeo snipe and "CBS Photo by Gabor Rona" stamp on the verso. "Gunsmoke" first aired on CBS radio on April 26, 1952 with William Conrad in the lead as Marshall Matt Dillon. Conrad was already one of radio's biggest stars… Read more
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$75.00
image of Amos 'n' Andy (Original photograph for the radio serial, circa 1930)

Amos 'n' Andy (Original photograph for the radio serial, circa 1930)

by Gosden, Freeman, Charles Correll (creators, writters, starring)

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Royal Books, Inc.
Published
1960
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$45.00

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Hollywood: CBS Radio, 1960. Vintage publicity photograph of Freeman Gosden and Charles Correl for the Amos 'n' Andy radio serial, shot circa 1930, struck by CBS circa 1960s, with CBS Radio mimeo snipe on verso. Gosden and Correll began working in radio in 1925 at WGN in Chicago, when executive Ben McCanna proposed adapting the popular Sidney Smith… Read more
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$45.00
image of Original flyer for a remote radio-controlled Ford Motors automobile event, 1934

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Pompton Lakes, NJ: Chivers Motor Company, 1934. Original flyer for a remote radio-controlled Ford Motors automobile event sponsored in Pompton Lakes, New Jersey on August 16, 1934. The event was sponsored by the Chivers Motor Company, featuring three Ford cars operated from a distance on the grounds of a local high school. "Magic car" or "phantom auto" shows… Read more
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$300.00
image of Original photo of Minnie Pearl, circa 1965

Original photo of Minnie Pearl, circa 1965

by Minnie Pearl (subject); Paul Bailey (photographer)

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Royal Books, Inc.
Published
1965
Item Price
$65.00

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New York: NBC, 1965. Vintage publicity photograph of Minnie Pearl in her signature hat and dress, circa 1965, with "NBC Photo by Paul Bailey" stamp on the verso. Sarah Ophelia Colley Cannon, known professionally by her stage character Minnie Pearl, was an American country comedian perhaps best known for the television variety show "Hee Haw" which aired… Read more
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$65.00
image of Hollywood in Person (Original script for the 1937 live radio show, H. Bruce Humberstone's copy)

Hollywood in Person (Original script for the 1937 live radio show, H. Bruce Humberstone's copy)

by Bob; Baker H. Bruce Humberstone, Arleen Whelan (starring)

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Royal Books, Inc.
Published
1937
Item Price
$175.00

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N.p.: N.p., 1937. Draft script for the 1937 live radio show, which originally aired on CBS. Copy belonging to interviewee H. Bruce Humberstone, with his holograph pencil annotations regarding line changes and deletions throughout. Sponsored by General Mills and marketed as the "Gold Medal Hour," the Hollywood in Person radio show was hosted by Art Baker (under the… Read more
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$175.00
image of The Gary Crosby Show (Original contact sheet from the 1955 radio show)

The Gary Crosby Show (Original contact sheet from the 1955 radio show)

by Armstrong, Louis, Gary Crosby (subjects); Gabor Rona (photographer)

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Royal Books, Inc.
Published
1955
Item Price
$475.00

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Hollywood: CBS Radio, 1955. Vintage contact sheet, cut into three strips. A total of twelve images, four of which are duplicated and enlarged on a single print, of Louis Armstrong and Gary Crosby from the September 18, 1955 "Gary Crosby Show" radio show, recorded and photographed on 8/7/55. Mimeo snipe from CBS Radio, partially detached, with remainder on verso… Read more
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$475.00
image of The Cavalcade of America: A Tooth for Paul Revere (Original script for the 1948 radio broadcast)

The Cavalcade of America: A Tooth for Paul Revere (Original script for the 1948 radio broadcast)

by Virginia Radcliffe (writer); Robert Taylor (starring)

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Royal Books, Inc.
Published
1948
Item Price
$75.00

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New York: Batten, Barton, Durstine and Osborn, 1948. Draft script for "Perfect Union," an episode of the popular anthology drama radio show "The Cavalcade of America," originally broadcast on January 26, 1948. With a few holograph annotations in pencil and ink to the front wrapper. The anthology series was part of a campaign by the DuPont chemical… Read more
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$75.00
image of The Cavalcade of America: Young Tom Jefferson (Original script for the 1942 radio broadcast)

The Cavalcade of America: Young Tom Jefferson (Original script for the 1942 radio broadcast)

by Robert Richards (writer); Tyrone Power (starring)

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Royal Books, Inc.
Published
1942
Item Price
$75.00

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New York: Batten, Barton, Durstine and Osborn, 1942. Draft script for "A Continental Uniform," an episode of the popular anthology drama radio show "The Cavalcade of America," originally broadcast on May 25, 1942. With faint holograph annotations in pencil and ink to the front wrapper. The anthology series was part of a campaign by the DuPont chemical corporation… Read more
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$75.00
image of Wolfman Jack's Disco Party [The Disco Party], Riviera Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada October 11-17, 1975 (Original script for the 1975 live show)

Wolfman Jack's Disco Party [The Disco Party], Riviera Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada October 11-17, 1975 (Original script for the 1975 live show)

by Wolfman Jack; Rick Warren (musical director); Scott Sternberg (director, producer); Peaches and Herb, France Joli, Tuxedo Junction (starring)

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Royal Books, Inc.
Published
1979
Item Price
$475.00

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Las Vegas: N.p., 1979. Draft script for the 1979 live Las Vegas revue titled "Wolfman Jack's Disco Party," which took place at the Riviera Hotel in Las Vegas, premiering on October 11 and running until the 17th, with two shows a night. Copy belonging to musical director Rick Warren, with his name in red felt ink to the front… Read more
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$475.00
image of Just Left of Dawn: No Good Anymore (Two screenplays for an unproduced radio drama)

Just Left of Dawn: No Good Anymore (Two screenplays for an unproduced radio drama)

by Rojay North (screenwriter, director); Michelle Nosco (screenwriter)

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Royal Books, Inc.
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$75.00

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Los Angeles: Feathertouch Communications. Two screenplays for an unproduced radio drama. Each belongs to actor Billy O'Sullivan, who was to play Billy, with both holograph and photocopied annotations related to his lines in holograph ink and pencil. The story of a teddy bear, where it comes from and its hopes of becoming someone's toy this upcoming Christmas.… Read more
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$75.00
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Bonhams Auction Catalog: History of Science and Technology - December 6, 2017

by [Bonhams Auctions]

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Royal Books, Inc.
Published
2017
Item Price
$25.00

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New York: Bonhams Auctions, 2017. About Fine and unread in illustrated wrappers. Perfect bound. Illustrated profusely in color throughout. Includes items relating to science and technology, including works by Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein, and Niels Bohr, as well as globes, telescopes, and most notably including early Apple computer memorabilia.
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image of The Hollywood Reporter (Collection of twelve original entertainment magazines, for 1962)

The Hollywood Reporter (Collection of twelve original entertainment magazines, for 1962)

by W.R. Wilkerson (publisher); Don Carle Gillette (editor)

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Royal Books, Inc.
Published
1962
Item Price
$275.00

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Los Angeles: The Hollywood Reporter, 1962. Twelve original entertainment trade magazines, all from July 1962, focusing on film, radio, and television, with book reviews, job postings, ads for local California restaurants and real estate. Many issues also featured color centerfolds advertising contemporary films, that in effect acted as mini pullout posters. Rear wrappers often portrayed attractive film star portraits.… Read more
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$275.00
image of Paris Top Secret (Original French poster for the 1969 film)

Paris Top Secret (Original French poster for the 1969 film)

by Pierre Roustand (director); Philippe Bouvard (narrator); Jerome Savary (music)

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Royal Books, Inc.
Published
1969
Item Price
$200.00

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Paris: Belga Films, 1969. Original French moyenne (medium) poster for the 1969 Belgian-French film. Little known film capitalizing on the exploitation genre of the late 1950s that extended into international success as the "Mondo" film, a subgenre of the many "shockumentaries" (documentaries produced largely to shock the audience) of the era. This color film covers juvenile delinquents… Read more
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$200.00
image of Original Photograph of Nila Mack inscribed to Betty Jane Tyler

Original Photograph of Nila Mack inscribed to Betty Jane Tyler

by Nila; Mack Betty Jane Tyler

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Royal Books, Inc.
Published
1940
Item Price
$45.00

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N.p.: N.p., 1940. Vintage photograph of radio producer Nila Mack, circa 1940s, INSCRIBED to child actor Betty Jane Tyler, who appeared on Mack's "Let's Pretend" program as both a child and adult: "To dear Betty Jane / with love / Nila Mack." In 1934, Nila Mack took over the direction of CBS Radio's "The Adventures of Helen and… Read more
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$45.00
image of Inner Sanctum: The Dead Are Never Lonely (Original script for the 1950 radio episode)

Inner Sanctum: The Dead Are Never Lonely (Original script for the 1950 radio episode)

by Himan Brown (creator); Raymond Edward Johnson, Paul McGrath (hosts); Louis Vittes (writer);

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Royal Books, Inc.
Published
1950
Item Price
$375.00

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Los Angeles: Jack Stewart and Associates, 1950. Original radio script for "The Dead Are Never Lonely," episode 474 of season 10 (Sept. 25, 1950) of the popular radio program, "Inner Sanctum Mystery." The series aired from January 7, 1941 to October 5, 1952, and was created by producer Himan Brown. A total of 527 episodes were broadcast, most of… Read more
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$375.00
image of Talking About Oz (Vintage audio reel)

Talking About Oz (Vintage audio reel)

by John and Yoko Ono Lennon

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Royal Books, Inc.
Published
1971
Item Price
$4,250.00

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N.p.: N.p., 1971. Vintage audio recording on three quarter inch tape, three minutes and 30 seconds long, of John Lennon and Yoko Ono on Radio Free London circa 1971. The couple spend the time advocating for free speech and on behalf of the founders of "Oz" magazine, then on trial for obscenity and "conspiracy to corrupt public morals." … Read more
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$4,250.00
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Radio Workers (First Edition)

by Alice V. Keliher (editor)

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Royal Books, Inc.
Published
1940
Edition
First Edition
Item Price
$15.00

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New York: Harper and Brothers, 1940. First Edition. First Edition. Very Good with no dust jacket as issued. Ex-library with a check-out slip tipped-in on the rear endpaper and a card pocket on the rear pastedown, stamps to the title page and front pastedown. With black-and-white phootgraphs throughout.
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