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The National Geographic Magazine, Volume Cxi

The National Geographic Magazine, Volume Cxi

by National Geographic Society

The National Geographic Magazine, Volume Lxxxv

The National Geographic Magazine, Volume Lxxxv

by National Geographic Society

Madison Avenue, Usa

Madison Avenue, Usa

by Martin Mayer

Media Sexploitation

Media Sexploitation

by Wilson Bryan Key

The Mirror Makers

The Mirror Makers

by Stephen Fox

Advertising

Advertising

by William D Wells; John Burnett; Sandra Moriarty

Subliminal Seduction

Subliminal Seduction

by Wilson Bryan Key

Ogilvy On Advertising

Ogilvy On Advertising

by David Ogilvy

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Bill Bernbach's Book

by Bob Levenson

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Denver Now

by John, Editor; Bruce Most, Ken Freed, Steve Perez Dunning

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Tested Advertising Methods

by John Caples Revised By Fred E Hahn

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The Spot

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Ji

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The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 73, Number 3 (March 1938)

The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 73, Number 3 (March 1938)

by Grosvenor, Gilbert (ed.); Howard, Henry; Wisherd, Edwin L.; Millikin, Mary Augusta; Hotchkis, Anna M.; Campbell, Alfred S.; Stewart, B. Anthony

Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, 1938. Softcover. Good with No dust jacket as issued. Sound binding. Clean, off-white pages with light reading wear. Wrappers are soiled with handling wear. Contents: Howard, Southward ho! in the "Alice." Wisherd, Colorful paths in Martinique and Guadeloupe. Mullikin and Hotchkis, China's great wall of sculpture. Buddhist calm along China's great wall. Hong Kong - Britain's outpost in China. Campbell, Guernsey, the friendly island. Stewart, Contented... Read more about this item
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$18.00
The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 133, Number 6 (June 1968)

The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 133, Number 6 (June 1968)

by Grosvenor, Melville Bell (ed.); White, Peter T.; Launois, John; Ellis, WIlliam S.; Holland, James R.; Scofield, John; Stewart, B. Anthony; Englebert, Victor; Garrett, W. E

Washington: National Geographic Society, 1968. Soft Cover. Very Good with no dust jacket. Map supplement, Atlantic Ocean Floor, is present in volume. Sound binding. Wrappers are yellow and white with light shelf wear and some minor tearing at spine. Pages clean, bright. ; Contents: White and Launois, Vienna, city of song. Ellis and Holland, Tracking danger with the ice patrol. Scofield and Stewart, Character marks the oast of Maine. New Books: Australia, Space, Vanishing Peoples, and Africa's Wildlife.... Read more about this item
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$24.00
The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 59, Number 3 (March 1931)

The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 59, Number 3 (March 1931)

by Grosvenor, Gilbert (ed.); Eberlein, Harold Donaldson; Adams, Clifton; Mellen, Ida; Murayama, Hashime; De Terra, Hellmut; Bosshard, W.; Hall, William H

Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, 1931. Softcover. Good with No dust jacket as issued. Sound binding. Clean, off-white pages with light reading wear. Wrappers are soiled with handling wear, edge wear. Contents: Eberlein, Visits to the old inns of England, Adams, Cradles of English history. Mellen, Tropical toy fishes. Murayama, Iridescent denizens of the miniature aquarium. De Terra, On the world's highest plateaus. Bosshard, Life on the steppes and oases of Chinese Turkestan. Hall,... Read more about this item
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$18.00
Baltimore African-American Resource & Tourist Guide

Baltimore African-American Resource & Tourist Guide

by Fields, Louis C

[Baltimore]: Louis Fields, 1996. 128 pp. Near Fine (a touch of rubbing and edgewear). An informative guidebook published during Baltimore’s bicentennial, with sections on African American historical sites and attractions, Freedom Fighters, sports, churches, education, and a thorough business services directory. No copies in commerce and not found in OCLC. 2 copies available.
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$100.00
The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 105, Number 1 (January 1954)

The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 105, Number 1 (January 1954)

by Grosvenor, Gilbert (ed.); Cousteau, Jacques-Yves; Clark, Lewis F.; Locke, Justin; Colton, F. Barrows; Wentzel, Volkmar; Cross, John W. Jr.; Dietz, Robert S.; Muñoz, Juan

Washington: National Geographic Society, 1954. Soft Cover. Good with no dust jacket. Sound binding. Wraps are yellow and white with general soiling and light shelf wear. Pages clean, off-white. ; Contents: Cousteau, Fish men discover a 2,200-year-old Greek ship. Clark and Locke, Amid the mighty walls of Zion. Colton and Wentzel, Man's new servant, the friendly atom. Cross, Westminster, world series of dogdom. Dietz, The explosive birth of Myojin Island. Muñoz, Cliff dwellers of the Bering Sea. Many... Read more about this item
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$18.00
The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 68, Number 1 (July 1935)

The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 68, Number 1 (July 1935)

by Grosvenor, Gilbert (ed.); La Gorce, John Oliver; Wisherd, Edwin L.; Etherton, P. T.; Jaggar, Thomas A. Clark, Hubert Lyman

Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, 1935. Softcover. Good with No dust jacket as issued. Sound binding. Clean, off-white pages with light reading wear. Wrappers are soiled with handling wear. ; Contents: Casserly, Fez, heart of Morocco. Flandrin, Modern life in Morocco. de Chételat, My domestic life in French Guinea. Grosvenor, the Society's new map of Africa. Scenes of sunny Africa. Chater, Rhodesia, the pioneer colony. Park, Life's tenor in Ethiopia. Studies planned for new stratosphere... Read more about this item
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$18.00
Confessions of an Advertising Man

Confessions of an Advertising Man

by Ogilvy, David

New York: Atheneum, 1963. First Edition. Near Fine/Near Fine. First edition, first printing. Signed by David Ogilvy on the front free endpaper, inscribed "Max / from David / with love" [vi], 172, [2] pp. Bound in publisher's original brown cloth with spine lettered in gilt and upper board stamped in blind. Near Fine with light wear at corners in a later state Near Fine unclipped ($7.95), double-sided dust jacket with fading at spine. A nice copy of this autobiography written by the "father of... Read more about this item
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$1,500.00
The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 60, Number 5 (November 1931)

The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 60, Number 5 (November 1931)

by Grosvenor, Gilbert (ed.); Holt, Ernest G

Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, 1931. Softcover. Good with No dust jacket as issued. Sound binding. Clean, off-white pages with light reading wear. Wrappers are soiled with handling wear, edge wear, minor tattering at spine. Contents: Grosvenor, Washington through the years. Our colorful city of magnificent distances. Holt, In Humboldt's wake. Many advertisements. 10.0" tall.
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$18.00
Personality Plus

Personality Plus

by Ferber, Edna

New York; (1914): Frederick A. Stokes. First Edition. Octavo. 161 pages. A very early novel of Edna Ferber with the very rare dust jacket illustrated by James Montgomery Flagg. As she came into her own in the 1920's with So Big (for which she won the Pulitzer Prize), Show Boat, Cimarron, and Giant. In this novel she writes with irony about the role of advertising in American life. Bound in blue cloth lettered in gilt and framed in blind, spine lettering gilt A fine copy in chipped and edge worn... Read more about this item
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$380.00
The Champion : Volume 49 No. 1251; 1257; 1265; 1266; & Vol. 50 No. 1275; 1279; 1294 (7 Issues)

The Champion : Volume 49 No. 1251; 1257; 1265; 1266; & Vol. 50 No. 1275; 1279; 1294 (7 Issues)

The Amalgamated Press, 1946. Paperback. Fair. stapled format with approximately 16 pages including the covers. issue 1251 has some puncture holes, all text remains unaffected. foxing and somewhat age related marks. stamps on the front of all issues. generally in a rather fair condition. [SK]. Our orders are shipped using tracked courier delivery services.
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$35.00
Uncle Sam's Expedition to the North Pole

Uncle Sam's Expedition to the North Pole

Providence, RI. Amusing advertising card for Irons with an image of The Enterprise sailing through North Pole icebergs with the help of Mrs. Potts' Irons that 'retain the heat'.4 1/4x3", color, with advertising on verso for Mrs. Pott's Cold Handle Sad Iron.
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$75.00
Ogilvy on Advertising

Ogilvy on Advertising

by Ogilvy, David

Paperback. Very Good.
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$2.99
Rivendell Bicycle Works: Summer 1996 Catalogue

Rivendell Bicycle Works: Summer 1996 Catalogue

by Rivendell Bicycle Works

Walnut Creek, CA: Rivendell Bicycle Works, 1996. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). Good. Sun-fading on cover. Unmarked text. Line illustrations and small black-and-white photographs. 88p. Measures 5.5x8.5 inches.
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$19.00$14.25
The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 101, Number 4 (April 1952)

The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 101, Number 4 (April 1952)

by Grosvenor, Gilbert (ed.); Walker, Howell; Detwiler, Margaret M.; Fletcher, John E.; Scheffer, Victor B.; Kenyon, Karl W.; James, Thomas Garner; Stewart, B. Anthony; Moyal, Maurice; Coen, Marcel

Washington: National Geographic Society, 1952. Soft Cover. Fair with no dust jacket. Sound binding, clean and bright interior. Wrappers are yellow and white, heavily worn, with front detached but present. ; Contents: Walker, New Zealand, pocket wonder world. Detwiler and Fletcher, Hays, Kansas, at the nation's heart. Scheffer and Kenyon, The fur seal herd comes of age. James and Stewart, Portsmouth, Britannia's sally port. Moyal and Coen, Sheep trek in the French Alps. Many advertisements, including... Read more about this item
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$16.00
The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 68, Number 4 (October 1935)

The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 68, Number 4 (October 1935)

by Grosvenor, Gilbert (ed.); Byrd, Richard Evelyn; Rock, Joseph F.; Williams, Maynard Owen

Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, 1935. Softcover. Good with No dust jacket as issued. Sound binding. Clean, off-white pages with light reading wear. Wrappers are heavily soiled with handling wear. Contents: Byrd, Exploring the ice age in Antarctica. Rock, Sungmas, living oracles of the Tibetan church. Demon-possessed Tibetans and their incredible feats. Williams, By motor trail across French Indo-China. THe tricolor rules the rainbow in French Indo-China. The second stratosphere... Read more about this item
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$18.00
The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 90, Number 3 (September, 1946)

The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 90, Number 3 (September, 1946)

by Grosvenor, Gilbert (ed.); Simpich, Frederick; Culver, Willard R.; Allen, Arthur A.; Needham, James G.; Culver, Willard R.; Colton, F. Barrows

Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, 1946. Softcover. Good with No dust jacket as issued. Sound binding. Pages clean, off-white. Wrappers chipped at lower spine with overall handling wear and soiling. ; Contents: Simpich, Arkansas rolls up its sleeves. Culver, Arkansas traveler of 1946. Allen, Birds of timberline and tundra. Needham, Insect community in flower heads. Culver, A community of dwarfs. America on the move. Colton, New frontier in the sky. ; 10.0" tall.
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$18.00
The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 99, Number 3 (March 1951)

The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 99, Number 3 (March 1951)

by Grosvenor, Gilbert (ed.); Walker, Howell; Stewart, B. Anthony; Johnson, Irving and Electa; Keynes, Quentin; Shor, Franc and Jean

Washington: National Geographic Society, 1951. Soft Cover. Good with no dust jacket. Map of Asia and adjacent areas is present. Sound binding, clean and bright interior. Wrappers are yellow and white, with light shelf wear including tearing at top of spine. Contents: Walker and Stewart, Long Island outgrows the country. Johnson, Yankee roams the Orient. Keynes, Africa's uncaged elephants. Shor, The caves of the thousand Buddhas. Many advertisements. ; 10.0" tall.
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$24.00
The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 91, Number 5 (May 1947)

The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 91, Number 5 (May 1947)

by Grosvenor, Gilbert (ed.); Simpich,Frederick; Roberts, J. Baylor; Connolly, Joseph P.; Bump, James D.; Stewart, B. Anthony; Burg, Amos; Walker, Ernest P.; Etherton, P. T

Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, 1947. Softcover. Good with No dust jacket as issued. Sound binding. Clean, off-white pages with light reading wear. Wrappers are soiled with handling wear, edge wear, some scuffing, tattering at bottom of spine. ; Contents: Simpich, South Dakota keeps its west wild. Roberts, Over plains and hills of South Dakota. Connolly and Bump, Big game hunting in the land of long ago. Stewart, Nautical Norfolk turns to azaleas. Burg, Cruising Colombia's "ol' man... Read more about this item
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$18.00
The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 74, Number 4 (October 1938)

The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 74, Number 4 (October 1938)

by Grosvenor, Gilbert (ed.); Castle, William R.; Stewart, Richard H.; Schultz, Leonard P; Murayama, Hashime; Olson, Alma Luise; Kostich, Konstantin J.; Nevils, W. Coleman

Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, 1938. Softcover. Good with No dust jacket as issued. Sound binding. Clean, off-white pages with light reading wear. Wrappers are soiled with handling wear, tearing at top and bottom of spine. Contents: Castle, Hawaii, then and now. Stewart, Leis from Aloha land. Schultz, Treasures of the Pacific. Murayama, Gleaming fishes of Pacific coastal waters. Olson, The farthest-north republic. Kostich, Finland: land of sky-blue lakes. Nevils, Augustus - emperor and... Read more about this item
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$18.00
The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 60, Number 6 (December 1931)

The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 60, Number 6 (December 1931)

by Grosvenor, Gilbert (ed.); Tambs, Erling; Hildenbrand, Hans; Simpich, Frederick; Wisherd, Edwin L.; East, Ben

Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, 1931. Softcover. Good with No dust jacket as issued. Sound binding. Clean, off-white pages with light reading wear. Wrappers are soiled with handling wear, edge wear, tearing at upper spine. Contents: Tambs, A modern saga of the seas. Hildenbrand, Dinkelsbühl, romantic vision from the past. Simpich, Smoke over Alabama. Wisherd, Where the new South challenges the old. East, Winter sky roads to Isle Royal. Many advertisements. 10.0" tall.
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$18.00
The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 34, Number 5 (November 1918)

The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 34, Number 5 (November 1918)

by Grosvenor, Gilbert H. (ed.); Holliday, Carl; Whittemore, Thomas; Putnam, George R.; Showalter, William Joseph

Washington: National Geographic Society, 1918. Soft Cover. Poor with no dust jacket. Sound binding, but wrappers detached from text block. Back page of wrappers is missing. Tattering to spine area. Pages clean, off-white. General handling wear. ; Contents: Holliday, Our friends, the French. The price of liberty - an appreciation. Whittemore, The rebirth of religion in Russia. Putnam, An important new guide for shipping. Showalter, Coal - ally of American industry. The spirit of the Geographic. World... Read more about this item
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$18.00
The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 95, Number 2 (February 1949)

The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 95, Number 2 (February 1949)

by Grosvenor, Gilbert (ed.); Hurchison, Isobel Wylie; Nicholas, William H.; Culver, Willard R.; Williams, Maynard Owen; Schultz, John E.; Nicholas, W. H

Washington: National Geographic Society, 1949. Soft Cover. Good with no dust jacket. Sound binding, clean and bright interior. Wrappers are yellow and white, soiled overall with shelf wear including some tearing at lower spine. Contents: Hutchison, 2,000 miles through Europe's oldest kingdom. Nicholas and Culver, History repeats in old Natchez. Williams, Oasis-hopping in the Sahara. Schultz, Sea fever. Nicholas, Biggest worm farm caters to platypuses. Many advertisements. ; 10.0" tall.
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$18.00
The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 68, Number 5 (November 1935)

The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 68, Number 5 (November 1935)

by Grosvenor, Gilbert (ed.); Mason, J. Alden; Herget, H. M.; Rogers, Bernard F. Jr.; Williams, Maynard Owen; Lechenperg, Harald P.; Luke, Harry

Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, 1935. Softcover. Good with No dust jacket as issued. Sound binding. Clean, off-white pages with light reading wear. Wrappers are soiled with handling wear. Contents: Mason, Preserving ancient America's finest sculptures. Herget, Portraits of ancient Mayas. Rogers, The mist and sunshine of Ulster. The northern tip of the Shamrock Isle. Williams, the Suez Canal: short cut to empires. Lechenperg, Open-air law courts of Ethiopia. Luke, The Maltese Islands.... Read more about this item
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$18.00
The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 69, Number 4 (April 1936)

The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 69, Number 4 (April 1936)

by Grosvenor, Gilbert (ed.); Patric, John; Moore, W. Robert; Price, Willard; Williams, Maynard Owen; Pearson, T. Gilbert; Brooks, Allan; Dunlap, Maurice P

Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, 1936. Softcover. Good with No dust jacket as issued. Sound binding. Clean, off-white pages with light reading wear. Wrappers are soiled with handling wear. Contents: Patric, Friendly journeys in Japan. Moore, Castes, shrines, and parks of Japanese pilgrimage. Price, Mysterious Micronesia: Japan's mandated islands. Williams, Informal salute to the English Lakes. England's Lake District, fountainhead of poetry. Pearson, Thrushes, thrashers, and swallows.... Read more about this item
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$18.00
Chevrolet Station Wagons for '63

Chevrolet Station Wagons for '63

Detroit: General Motors, 1962. Softcover. Fine. 7" x 10 1/2" staple-bound brochure with full color illustrations throughout. Includes car specifications.
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$20.00