- Topic: Journalism
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Springfield, Ohio: Crowell Publishing Company, 1933. Five consecutive issues. Folios. Pictorial wrappers. Small tears at the spine ends, slight soiling or offsetting on the covers, and a little waviness at the more
San Francisco: El Tecolote, 1980. 8.5x14 inch poster for the event, illustrated on front, folded in thirds, lightly-worn. El Tecolote is San Francisco's most progressive Latino paper. more
"A Scot greater than Van Gogh?" [Leslie Hunter-- a scotsman greater than Van Gogh?] by Donald Bain [cover article in
[Van Gogh, Vincent]
Glasgow: The Scottish Reconstruction Committee, 1948. 2p., one b&w illustration in the text plus the color cover image --[of 40p.]-- staplebound 7.25 x 5 inch color wraps (bearing the precious image) more
"A Song Supposed to have been written by the Sage of Monticello" [and five other satiric poems in]: The Port
[DENNIE, Joseph]: as "Oliver Oldschool, Esq." (John Quincy Adams)
Philadelphia: Printed for The Editor & Elizabeth Dickens, 1802. Periodical. Folio. A collection of 17 weekly issues of *The Port Folio*, containing a series of six satirical poems directed against Thomas Jefferson, specifically concerning more
DU BOIS, W.E.B.
New York: The New York Times Co, 1925. Tall octavo. Illustrated wrappers. Pervasive mostly light damp stain, a sound but fair only copy with a featured article by Du Bois. more
The drawing in heavy pencil and chalk is of a bulldozer titled "Highway Construction" ramming into and breaking the neck of a bottle containing a more
Harriman, Lewis G.
New York: Newcomen Society of North America, 1955. New York: Newcomen Society of North America, 1955. First Edition. Softcover (Saddle-stapled). Staples a little rusted. The Newcomen Society of North America was chartered in more
Deejay Products: Washington D.C, 1949. 7.5 x 5.75, 2-part box with instruction book, spinner and sixty-nine blank printed charts (and six filled-in in pencil), minor wear to booklet, box worn more
"Ha-Omer": tenufato shel ketav-et ve-aharito: hibur le-shem kabalat toar .../ "Ha-Omer" and Its Editore Simha Ben Zion: A Ph.D.
Tel Aviv: Universitat Tel-Aviv, 1971. Quarto, paper covers with a blue cloth spine, 157, xxvii pp. more
"Himmler Poisons Self," "B-29 Fires Sweep Tokyo, City Almost Razed, Japs Say; 70-Mile Wind Spreads Flames," The Daily News: New
(New York Daily News)
(New York): (Daily News), 1945. One bound volume. Thick quarto. Contemporary full cloth, gilt lettered spine. Small owner's bookplate, the boards are moderately soiled and bumped, with an old stain more
Illustrated with photographs. 8vo, cloth, d.w. N.Y.: Morrow, (1978). vg more
Tilley, Edith May; Bergner, Jonas
Newport, RI: 1930. Self-wrappers, slight soiling. Light creasing throughout, mostly along top edges. Written library number and library blind stamp on the front wrapper. ; Complete issue of more
Delhi, India: Konark Publishers, 1999. 8vo in cloth with DJ. VG/VG-. Binding very slightly loose. DJ has edgewear, shelfwear, wrinkles on spine and edges. 239pp. Shelve with journalism. Spine is more
(Hudson Dispatch), (1941). Light blue paper-covered boards over blue cloth spine; paper title labels front cover and spine. 103 pp. Tipped on photographic portrait of Ivins third leaf. more
"Oh, Waiter! One Order of Crow!" Inside the Strangest Presidental Election Finish in American History
New York, NY: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 2001. Dustjacket is lightly rubbed and has slight edge creasing. more
Lomperis, Timothy J.
Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1987. 8vo. 174 pp. Cover very slightly worn and wrinkled at edges, pages in excellent condition. A look at the literature of the Vietnam war from more
"The fighting editor" or "Warren and the Appeal". A word picture of the Appeal to Reason office. Biography of Fred
Brewer, George D.
Girard, Kansas: George D. Brewer, 1910. xvii, [i], 19-211p., front., illustration of the Appeal to Reason building a bit foxed., logo of the Charles H. Kerr Publishing Company on the spine, more