Buy Used
Price: 20.48 Convert Currency
Shipping: 2.78 Within U.S.A. Destination, Rates & Speeds
Add to basket

Boston Evening American (Tuesday, March 7, 1939 SUNSET EDITION) Newspaper (Cover Headline: BOY 7, PAL 12, SAY THEY SHOT MAN)

N. E. Newspaper Publishing Company

Published by N. E. Newspaper Publishing Company, Boston, MA, 1939
Used Condition Good Newspaper
From Bloomsbury Books (Las Vegas, NV, U.S.A.) Quantity Available: 1
Available From More sellers View all  copies of this book

Overview and condition: complete issue comprising 32 pages, previously disbound from bound volume with four narrow punches to left blank margin; pages tanned, fragile and quite brittle, particularly along right fore-edges which show periodic tiny chips and short closed edge tears; corner-chipped; gentle pagination will still result in further edge chips and short closed edge tears. Published daily except Sunday, with headlines, lead stories and news items focused on murder, assorted criminal activity, and scandal, the issue also contains general news, columns (including Louella O. Parsons "Hollywood Today"), motion picture news and reviews, cartoon strips (including Popeye, Skippy, Secret Agent X-9, Joe Palooka, Mandrake the Magician, and Henry), serials, sports, vintage advertisements, all well-illustrated with photographs. Highlights include: [Most news stories repeated from earlier edition that day]; HIT 'PLOT' ON NEWTON VETS: [Alderman Frank T.] McCabe Scores Mayor [Edwin O. Childs] - Says Soldiers in Asylum ("In a startling arraignment of soldiers' relief conditions in Newton, Alderman Frank T. McCabe charged today that 'stooges' of Mayor Edwin O. Childs have railroaded some needy veterans into hospitals as mentally unbalanced"); Two Women Save 6 From Death As Homes Burn in Lynn, Saugus; short cover story TWO BOYS CONFESS SHOOTING; BROOKLINE BABY DIES IN POND: Wanders to Death While At Play - Body Recovered; [General Jose] MAIJA'S WAR PLANES BATTLE REDS' REVOLT AGAINST SPAIN PEACE; EXCLUSIVE: 'Stone Girl's' Victory Over Death Menace Baffling to Science (on Mary Currie); DAR 'Rebels' in Hub To Join New Group; short Admits Smothering Her 'Nuisance Baby' (on Mrs. Gus Edinger); N.E. FLEET 'GAMES' WIDENED BY NAVY; Chicago Business Hails [William Randolph] Hearst Plea ("Plea for Prosperity"); Rich Harvard Grad Hotel Suicide Here (on Charles Frothingham Leland); HID WAR BOMBS IN BANK 21 YEARS; short AFL and CIO Sign Truce; Charge Newton Vets Railroaded to Asylum (Alderman Frank T. McCabe); Britain Sees Trouble For King [George V] on U.S. Trip; WINGS FIGHT TO HOLD 5TH PLACE AGAINST BRUINS; column UNTOLD STORIES OF THE RING by Jack Conway; [Boze] Berger Rated Handsomest in Red Sox Camp; [Larry MacPhail] M'PHAIL MOURNS PLIGHT OF BEES. Bookseller Inventory # 010053


Bibliographic Details

Title: Boston Evening American (Tuesday, March 7, ...

Publisher: N. E. Newspaper Publishing Company, Boston, MA

Publication Date: 1939

Binding: Newspaper

Book Condition: Good

Edition: 1st Edition

Payment Methods

Payment Methods Accepted by Seller

Visa Mastercard American Express


Seller Bloomsbury Books
Address: Las Vegas, NV, U.S.A.

AbeBooks Seller Since 27 May 2008
Seller Rating 5-star rating


Terms of Sale:

Payment processed through AbeBooks. Bloomsbury Books Brad Confer 4625 Boulder Hwy Suite #B244 Las Vegas, NV 89121-3009 702-454-4625 #244 bloomsbury@earthlink.net


Shipping Terms:

Orders usually ship within 2 business days. Shipping costs are based on books
weighing 2.2 LB, or 1 KG. If your book order is heavy or oversized, we may contact
you to let you know extra shipping is required.


Store Description: Bloomsbury Books Brad Confer 4625 Boulder Hwy Suite #B244 Las Vegas, NV 89121-3009 702-454-4625 #244 bloomsbury@earthlink.net