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Published by Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois

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Item Description: Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 8.5" x 11". Early days in Cape Girardeau County, MO, are recalled in this booklet, reprinted from excerpts from three rare books: Goodspeed's 1888: History of Southeast Missouri, The State of Missouri (1904), and Missouri, a Guide to the "Show Me" State, a 1930s WPA project. The 113-page spiral bound 8 1/2" x 11" booklet, is photocopi on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet protects the front cover. Topics covered include: Ensign Sieur Girardot, Don Louis Lorimier, Andrew Ramsay, the Alexander Giboney family, Col. Bollinger, the Amos Byrd family, the Rodney family, the Randol family, the Thomas English family, the Hays family, the Penney family, and other notable early settlers; A list of families from 1803; Judicial History of Cape Girardeau District; Criminal Record, including several murders; Officials; the city of Cape Girardeau -- noted early residents, merchants, newspapers, schools, St. Vincent's College, Masonic Lodges, city officials; the town of Jackson -- first stores, first physicians, press, societies, etc.; Other towns -- Oak Ridge, Appleton, Pocahontas, Shawneetown, Burfordsville, Allentown, Millersville; Attorneys, and other items of interest. Besides the names mentioned in the first part of the booklet, there are biographies of many county residents of yesteryear. Most are fairly lengthy, and often include ancestors, previous residences, children, in-laws, affiliations, war records, and business activities. In the course of this they often shed light on the early businesses, professions and institutions in the county. The biographies include: J. Alfred Abernathy, Benjamin H. Adams, Sebastian Albert, Leon J. Albert, William E. Alexander, John H. Altenthal, Henry A. Astholz (pix), Francis M. Baker, Jonathan H. Barks, George H. Barks, George W. Bast, Lewis M. Bean, William M. Bennett, C.F. Betten, Charles L. Blattner, John A. Bowers, Samuel S. Bowman, William C. Bowman, Jasper N. Brooks, Otto Buehrmann, Dr. K.H. Burford, Frank E. Burrough, William Byrd, Abraham Ruddell Byrd, Rev. P.V. Byrne, John H. Caldwell, Jacob H. Campbell, James Carroll, Christopher C. Clippard, James A. Clippard, George W. Cobble, William H. Coerver, Nathan C. Collins, William B. Colyer, Maurice Cramer, Sidney Daugherty, Eldridge G. Davidson, Chesley Booker Davis, B.F. Davis, L.H. Davis, N. Monroe Davis, Robert W. Davis, Jacob Deck, P.H. Dempsey, Joseph Devenport, John M. Devore, Marion Drum, John Eggimann, E.H. Engelman, Thomas W. English, Henry Fenimore, Albert C. Ford, John Adam Frank, John W. Fulenwider, Emanuel Geiser, Robert T. Giboney, D.A. Glenn, George W. Goodson, William B. Green, Christian W. Hager, Henry G. Hager, Charles Harenberg, Dr. S.S. Harris, Dr. Edward R. Harris, Francis M. Hartle, Emanuel Hartle, Christian C. Haupt, Henry Heise, Jehoidia H. Held, Dr. Benjamin R. Hempstead, Judge John R. Henderson, Dr. Robert T. Henderson, Solomon D. Hensley, August Heuer, John Hink, Daniel Hinkle, Jacob L. Hinkle, Henry C. Hinton, C. Hirsch Jr., Greer D. Hitt, Isaac Cooper Hitt, Joseph V. Hobbs, David Loy Hoffman, Thomas D. Hope, Dr. John A. Horn, S.B. Horrell, J.A. Horrell, Louis Houck, H.W. Howard, Edward F. Jenkins, Dr. Thomas E. Johnson, Prof. Thomas E. Joyce, John G. Juden, Edward S. Juden, F.A. Kage, William N. Keeling, John G. Keller, George J. Keller, Louis T. Keller, Henry Kerstner, John Kerstner, Claus Kerstner, Fred Kies, Andrew H. Kinder, Judge Levi J. Kinder, Louis C. Kipping, Louis F. Klostermann (pix), John W. Knox, Frederick Kurre, William E. Lang, Peter Lehner, Joseph C. Lewis, Edward S. Lilly, J.W. Limbaugh, Amos Link, Andrew Litzelfelner, Joseph C. Litzelfelner, August H. Litzelfelner, Christian Lowes, Caspar Ludwig, Peter Ludwig, Dr. Samuel M. McAnally, James W. McBryde, John M. McClean, John S. McGhee, the McGuire family, John McKenna, John W. McLane, John W. McLeary, George W. McNeely, John Newton McNeely, Henry Martens, Joseph D. Massey, Medad Masterson, J.A. Matteson, Charles P. Medley, Anton F. Meister, Julius Meyer, George Meyer, Bookseller Inventory # 000678

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The Life of Jesus, the Christ: Henry Ward Beecher

Henry Ward Beecher

Published by J. B. Ford and Company (1871)

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Item Description: J. B. Ford and Company, 1871. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. First Edition. 8 x 11 x 1,5 inches. Brown cloth covered boards with gilt designs and black borders on cover and gilt lettering and black designs along spine; moderate edge and shelfwear. Binding tight with a few loose pages. Some foxing and age appropriate toning but contents otherwise clean and unmarked. 387 pp. including Analytical Index. Beautifully illustrated with numerous wood and steel engravings and a few maps all of which are described in detail in the table of contents and appear intact. Additional photos available upon request. All items carefully packed to avoid damage from moisture and rough handling. Bookseller Inventory # 007927

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Behrman, S. N.

Published by Hamish Hamilton, United Kingdom (1972)

ISBN 10: 0241021790 ISBN 13: 9780241021798

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Item Description: Hamish Hamilton, United Kingdom, 1972. Hardcover. Book Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Published 1972 near fine hardback, light browning to page edges, in a very good dust wrapper, corners and edges lightly rubbed, spine lightly sunned, edges browned inside cover. 232 pages with index. Catalogue. Illustrations. Bookseller Inventory # 0014996

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HENDERSON, Philip (editor)

Published by Everyman's Library - J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd./E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc., London/New York (1962)

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Item Description: Everyman's Library - J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd./E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc., London/New York, 1962. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fair. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good-. A collection of four shorter novels from the 1600s in an Everyman's Library edition. Includes: "Ornatus and Artesia" by Emanuel Ford, "Oroonoko" by Aphra Behn, "The Isle of Pines" by Henry Neville and "Incognita" by William Congrove. Edited, and with an introduction by Philip Henderson. Everyman's Library #841. --- In binding style 4, full green cloth-covered boards with gilt-stamped spine titling, pale orange topstain. Green jacket with Victoria Norrington drawing on the cover. --- With prior owner's considerable inked underlinings and marginalia, else a clean, sound copy. Jacket with retailer's sticker, sticker removal evidence at spine and back cover and light chafing to extremities; otherwise bright and in removable archival mylar protector.; 12mo (7 to 7-1/2 in. tall) ; xiv, 303 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 80281

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ARCHITECTS OF CONSPIRACY: An Intriguing History.: Hoar, William P.

Hoar, William P.

Published by Boston & LA. 1984. Western Islands Publishers (1984)

ISBN 10: 0882792377 ISBN 13: 9780882792378

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Item Description: Boston & LA. 1984. Western Islands Publishers, 1984. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Included. 1st Edition. blue cloth hardbound 8vo. dustwrapper in protective plastic. fine cond. binding square & tight. covers clean. edges clean. contents free of all markings. dustwrapper in fine cond. with minor rubbing.nice clean copy. no library markings, store stamps, stickers, bookplates, no names, inking , underlining, remainder markings etc ~ first edition. first printing ( nap). decorative title pg. xviii+361p. biblio. index. world history. american history. conspiracy theory. secret societies. politics. new world order. world war i. world war ii. korean war. vietnam war. enlightenment. french revolution. american civil war. great depression. illuminati. bakunin. baruch. bolsheviks. versailles. anarchism. lindbergh. FDR. henry ford. carnegie. federal reserve. alger hiss. adolph hitler. colonel house. walter lippman.j p morgan. mussolini. narodniki. new deal. ottoman empire. poland.rockefeller. woodrow wilson.stalin. "The Twenty Eight chapters of this book appeared from December 1975 to May 1984 in American Opinion magazine."~ The lust for power is not as widely understood as is the desire for fame and fortune. Perhaps some who have obtained great notoriety feel they are entitled to rule, or that control of others is the only sensation remaining in a jaded existence. Whatever the case, those afflicted with this consuming passion are responsible for most of the wars, slavery, and human misery throughout the history of the world. The subjects of this book are those who have adopted a more sophisticated approach to power than outright conquest. They employ all the techniques of intrigue, subversion, and conspiracy to manipulate authority from behind the scenes, and share the goal of a "New World Order" or a global superstate to consolidate control of humanity. It is not just some mysterious "they" but specific and often well~known individuals and organizations described in these pages. Mr. Hoar has, from solid 'historical sources, provided an intriguing and scholarly examination of these conspirators ~ beginning with the French Revolution and continuing through the American Revolution, the Civil War, Reconstruction, robber barons and banking conspirators, the two World Wars . and bringing the reader right up to the contemporary machinations of the Trilateralists. It makes fascinating reading; but, more than that, this book represents the one thing those who operate in the dark fear most ~ exposure to the light. Bookseller Inventory # 4291108

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THE JUICY PARTS: Things Your History Teacher: Mingo, Jack

Mingo, Jack

Published by NY. August 1996. Perigee Book/ Berkeley Publishing Group. (1996)

ISBN 10: 0739402676 ISBN 13: 9780739402672

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Item Description: NY. August 1996. Perigee Book/ Berkeley Publishing Group., 1996. hardbound 8vo. dustwrapper in protective plastic. fine cond. binding square & tight. covers clean. edges clean. contents free of all markings. dustwrapper in near fine cond. couple of tiny tears at spine top, 1" tear front top. nice clean copy. no library markings, store stamps, stickers, bookplates, no names, inking , underlining, remainder markings etc ~first edition so stated. first printing ( # 1 in # line). x+278p. selected references. world history. american history. biography. politics. hollywood. conspiracy theory. secret societies. espionage. true crime. The Marx Brothers. Fidel Castro. Marilyn Monroe .Steven Jobs and Stephen Wozniak. Agatha Christie. Albert Einstein. Muhammad Ali. Abbie Hoffman. Henry Ford. Houdini. Michael Jackson. Virginia Woolf. Thomas Alva Edison .Pablo Picasso. James Dean. Joseph Stalin. Walt Disney. William Randolph Hearst.W. C. Fields Richard Nixon. Charles Lindbergh .Joe DiMaggio. Liberace. Judy Garland. George S. Patton. Alfred Hitchcock. Adolf Hitler. Frank Lloyd Wright. Marie Curie. Oscar Wilde. Malcolm Forbes. Queen Victoria. Rudolph Valentino .J. Edgar Hoover. The Beatles. Winston Churchill. George Bernard Shaw. Marlene Dietrich. Vincent van Gogh. Howard Hughes. ~ You don't need to know what kind of house a person lived in as a child, or what his family was like or where he went to school. You want the good stuff~the facts they would never teach you in history class~the strange coincidences, contradictions, unusual relationships, feuds, flings and failures that make everyone human. You want The Juicy Parts ~ Jack Mingo's tantalizing original collection of the most compelling facts about this century's most compelling figures . • Lee Harvey Oswald's plan to assassinate Richard Nixon • Teenager Fidel Castro's letter to President Roosevelt~and FDR's disappointing response • Michael Jackson's early entry into America's homes~knocking on doors for Jehovah's Witnesses • Mark Twain's prediction of Winston Churchill's future glory • Muhammad Ali's connection with Malcolm X, and the unexplained fire at his house the night of Malcolm's assassination • Where Hitler got the idea for concentration camps • How J. Edgar Hoover remained in power against the wishes of presidents • Howard Hughes' longtime relationship with Cary Grant • Why Albert Einstein thought himself a failure, and what he really wanted to do with his life ~ And everything you've never been told about the Beatles, James Dean, Marlene Dietrich, Liberace, George Patton, Queen Victoria, Walt Disney, Joseph Stalin and more . Bookseller Inventory # 6271105

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McMULLIN, B.J.

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Item Description: Wrs. pp. 39-49 in the library March 1984, the transactions of the bibliographical society , sixth series, volume 6, number 1.Contains also: "Prayer-Book Translations in the nineteenth Century", D. N. Griffiths (pp.1-24)."Thomas Marsh, Henry Marsh, and the Roman Emperors", A. R. Braunmuller (pp.25-38). "The disappointment: A disappointment", Peter W.M.Blayney (pp.49-60). "Ackermann's History of the colleges", Jill Ford (pp.60-71). 118 pp. Illus. in b/w.; 8vo. Bookseller Inventory # 70155

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Published by Champaign County Herald

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Item Description: Champaign County Herald. Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 8.5" x 11". Early days in Champaign County, IL, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales, individual biographies and factual data in this new 8 1/2" x 11" spiral-bound book reproduced from the hard-to-find 1886 book: Pioneers of Champaign Illinois, originally published by the Champaign County Herald, and including excerpts from Illinois, a Descriptive and Historical Guide, a work of the WPA in 1939. The book is photocopied on 60# opaque paper. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the three-color front cover. Among the subjects discussed are: Location of the county seat, County Commissioner's Court, County Officers, First School House, the Preemptor's Fight, Early Sunday Schools, Old Settlers' Meetings, and Interesting Incidents. There are histories for the individual Townships, with subjects like Indian Occupation, First White Occupancy, Diseases, Early Deaths, Schools, Mills, Physicians, Churches, and personal observations. Some of the writers of these histories were: J.O. Cunningham, F.B. Sale, C.H. Gallion, John Roughton, J.M. Harnit, H. J. Dunlap, A.O. Howell, and Rev. A. Bradshaw. Attention Genealogists: Besides the many names mentioned in the history portions of the booklet, there are biographies of many county residents of yesteryear. Each contains a drawing of the subject, and while a few are brief, most are lengthy, containing such things as ancestors, previous residences, children, in-laws, affiliations, war records, and business activities. These bios often shed light on the businesses, professions and institutions in the county. The biographies, alphabetized by the first letter of the last name, include: A.) Richard Allen; B.) Malinda Bryan, George W. Burton, Edward Blackshaw, Thomas L. Butler, James Boyd, John A. Benedict, Simeon H. Busey, John Brownfield, Fountian J. Busey, Rzin Boltin, Andrew Barr, Samuel Boyd; C.) David Cantner, J.O. Cunningham, Archa Campbell; Albert G. Carle, William N. Coler; D.) John W. Dodge, Harrison W. Drullinger, M.L. Dunlap; E.) George Ely; F.) W.J. Ford, W.J. Foot; G.) Z.E. Gill, Clark R. Griggs, John Gere, William S. Garman, William W. Graham, James S. Gere; H.) Thomas S. Hubbard, Dr. C.A. Hunt, Eli J. Heller, Moses D. Harvey, Eli Halberstadt, Asa F. Hays, Johnathan N. Howser, Rufus A. Harvey, Abel Harwood; J.) James Johnson, Samuel D. Jones, William H. Jaques; K.) Joseph T. Kelley, A.M. Kerr, Bernard Kelley, ; L.) Abraham Lincoln, Thomas Lindsey, Andrew Lewis, Morris Lowenstern; Thomas R. Leal, Alonzo Lyons; M.) Lewis A. McLean, John L. McCain, Giles F. McGee, Rev. William Munhall, Calvin R. Morehouse, Arthur W. McNichols, Dr. Phillip C. Mosier; O.) W.H. Owens, Samuel Osgood; P.) John T. Phillips, E.W. Parker, Benjamin P. Prather, J.B. Porterfield; R.) N.A. Riley, William Radebaugh, James T. Roe, John Rogerson, S.B. Radebaugh, William Redhed, Martin Rinehart, Rev. G.W. Riley, John Roughton, Henry W. Renner, Daniel Rugg; S.) Elisha Stevenson, David Silver, Alexander Spence, David B. Stayton, John H. Strong, James W. Somers, Wallace Silver, William D. Somers, William H. Somers, Fielding L. Scott, Abner W. Somers, Penrose Stidham, Dr. Winston Somers, F.B. Sale, William Sim, John M. Spencer, Francis M. Snyder; T.) John Thornburn, J.P. Tenbrook, John C. Thomas, James G. Thompson; W.) Randolph C. Wright, James S. Wright, George Wilson, Thomson R. Webber, James C. Ware and George G. Webber. Bookseller Inventory # 000531

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Published by Time Inc (1951)

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Item Description: Time Inc, 1951. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. 1951 - June 18 - Time Inc - Vintage Weekly Periodical - LIFE Magazine Vol. 30 / No. 25 - On the cover there are 3 Postage Due Stamps affixed, very rare - Vintage Articles: Chicago White Sox are White Hot / Next to Last Rites for Jim (farmer rehearse his funeral) / Margaret Truman Beguile's Britain / Pope Pius X Beatified / Mystery of 8 Jets Crashing in Indiana / Cooking On Ice / Karamu House: Negro Art Center / With This Ring / Alice in Disneyland / $100 Art Grab Bag / Mrs. Roosevelt in Quadruplicate / Sheets of Glass that Glow / Justice Douglas on Iran / -----Vintage Ads: Lucky Strike / Lord Calvert / SOS / Meadow Gold Ice Cream / Westinghouse / Vornado by O.A. Sutton / Carling's Red Cap Ale / Dickies / Doughboy / Mobilgas / Hotpoint / U.S. Army / Texaco Sky Chief / Old Crow / Mercury / Tinair / Life Savers / American Meat Institute / McKesson & Robbins Inc / Howard Johnson's / Good Year / Kodak / Pontiac / Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer / IBM / Kentucky Tavern Bourbon / Fleischmann's Gin / Jantzen Swim Suits / Birds Eye Juice / Kaiser-Frazer;s Henry J / International Harvester Refrigerators / Solitaire Cake Make-Up / REO Motors Inc / Philip Morris / Buick / GE / Clinton Engines / Ford / Cannon Mills Inc - Plus many others - Vintage - Rare - The photos we provide are of the book / sheet music or magazine you will receive - We do our own photography and never use stock photos!. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-1484349424900

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Girodias, Maurice

Published by Black Watch, NY (1970)

ISBN 10: 0884860000 ISBN 13: 9780884860006

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Item Description: Black Watch, NY, 1970. Hard Cover. First Edition Thus; First Printing. NY: Black Watch. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 1970. First Edition Thus; First Printing. Hard Cover. 0884860000 . Very Good in Very Good jacket HARD COVER. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Light edge wear, dust soiling to page edges, in DJ with edge wear, tiny chips to spine ends and lower edges, light overall rubbing. ; Contents include works from Henry Miller, William Burroughs, Gregory Corso, Jean Genet, Georges Bataille, Gregory Corso, Charles Henri Ford, Frank Harris, Aubrey Beardsley, Lawrence Durrell, Samuel Beckett, J. P. Donleavey, Pauline Reage, among many others.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall . Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. Bookseller Inventory # 035515

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Published by Bibliographical Society, Charlottesville (1964)

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Item Description: Bibliographical Society, Charlottesville, 1964. cloth. 8vo. cloth. 252 pages. Edited by Fredson Bowers. Article The Suppressed and Altered Passages in Blake's Jerusalem by David V. Erdman [pp. 1-54] Article A Computer Concordance to Middle English Texts by Alan Markman [pp. 55-75] Article Milton and the Harvard Pindar by Maurice Kelley and Samuel D. Atkins [pp. 77-82] Article Light on Joyce's Exiles? A New MS, a Curious Analogue, and Some Speculations by Robert M. Adams [pp. 83-105] Article Further Observations on the Text of Dubliners by Robert Scholes [pp. 107-122] Article Mathew Carey's Proofreaders by Rollo G. Silver [pp. 123-133] Article "Bound in Boston by Henry B. Legg" by Hannah D. French [pp. 135-139] Article James Kirke Paulding's Contributions to American Magazines by Ralph M. Aderman [pp. 141-151] Article Unsigned and Initialed Contributions to The Freeman by G. Thomas Tanselle [pp. 153-175] Article Material for a Centenary Edition of Tender is the Night by Matthew J. Bruccoli [pp. 177-193] Article The Terence of Turin, 1483 by Curt F. Bühler [pp. 195-196] Article The Printer of the 1594 Octavo of Marlowe's Edward II by Robert Ford Welsh [pp. 197-198] Article The Early Editions of Sir Walter Ralegh's The History of the World by John Racin, Jr. [pp. 199-209] Article Some Reprintings of the Gentleman's Magazine by Jacob Leed [pp. 210-214] Article Predecessors to Burke's and Dodsley's Annual Register by John C. Weston, Jr. [pp. 215-220] Article Yeats's Vision and "The Two Trees" by Robert Mortenson [pp. 220-222] Article Some Principles for Scholarly Editions of Nineteenth-Century American Authors by Fredson Bowers [pp. 223-228] Checklist A Selective Check List of Bibliographical Scholarship for 1962 [pp. 229-252]. Bookseller Inventory # 115856

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Stefanile, Felix (Ed.):

Published by New York: Sparrow Magazine, (1956)

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Item Description: New York: Sparrow Magazine, 1956. Geheftet. Book Condition: Sehr gut. 32 S. Einband leicht berieben. - Harold Witt -- Frederick Eckman -- Larry Eigner -- Bariss Mills -- Judson Jerome -- John Tagliabue -- David Cornel DeJong -- Mason Jordan Mason -- Henry Birnbaum -- Emilie Glen -- Edsel Ford -- Theodor Enslin -- Robert Beum -- Edgar H. Schuster, S. J. Sackett, Little Magazine Feature 6 and 7. Wir versenden am Tag der Bestellung von Montag bis Freitag. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 550. Bookseller Inventory # 982824

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Ford, J. D. M.; Ford, Mary A e.d.:

Published by Henry Holt, New York (1904)

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Item Description: Henry Holt, New York, 1904. original cloth binding, 8°, [v], 525 pages, with private handwritten name on the front endpaper introduction in english, Italian text it 630 Buch. Bookseller Inventory # CD4-455

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FORD, Henry en colaboración con Samuel CROWHTER

Published by M. Aguilar, Madrid (1931)

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Item Description: M. Aguilar, Madrid, 1931. 18,5 cm. Intonso. Mancha en cubierta. 374 pp. En español. Book in spanish. El pago contrarrembolso lleva un recargo de 2 euros. Bookseller Inventory # 48599

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Shorter Novels (vol two): Jacobean & Restoration: Henderson, Philip (intro

Henderson, Philip (intro & notes); Emmanuel Ford; Aphra Behn; Henry Neville; William Congreve

Published by J. M. Dent & Co., London (1949)

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Item Description: J. M. Dent & Co., London, 1949. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Very Good Plus. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Reprint. -----The scan you see is the book you get. Red cloth with gilt & decorative blind stamp on front, top edge red, xv, 303 pages, Very Good Plus condition with ink name on ffep & faint edge wear, dust jacket is in Very Good condition only with small chips at edges & the start of wearing through at spine folds, now in Mylar. Contents include: Intro by Philip Henderson / "The Most Pleasant History of Ornatus and Artesia" by Emmanuel Ford / "Oroonoko: Or, the Royal Slave A True History" by Aphra Behn / "The Isle of Pines" by Henry Neville / "Incognita: Or, Love and Duty Reconcil'd" by William Congreve. Check out thes scans. Size: 12mo. Bookseller Inventory # 010450

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Pratt, Tim (editor) (Neil Gaiman; Andy Duncan; Richard Butner; Charles de Lint; Holly Black; Nathaniel Hawthorne; Stephen King; Natalie Babbitt; Sarah Zettel; Mark Twain; Elizabeth M. Glover; Charles Stross; Scott Westerfeld; Jan Wildt; James Morrow)

Published by Night Shade Books, San Francisco (2010)

ISBN 10: 1597801895 ISBN 13: 9781597801898

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Item Description: Night Shade Books, San Francisco, 2010. Paperback. Book Condition: Very Good. David Palumbo; (illustrator). First Soft Cover Edition. 431 pp. Trade paperback format. Light edge and corner wear with a flat uncreased spine; no interior markings. Cover art by David Palumbo. This anthology contains: The Price by Neil Gaiman; Beluthahatchie by Andy Duncan; Ash City Stomp by Richard Butner; Ten for the Devil by Charles de Lint; A Reversal of Fortune by Holly Black; Young Goodman Brown by Nathaniel Hawthorne; The Man in the Black Suit by Stephen King; The Power of Speech by Natalie Babbitt; The Redemption of Silky Bill by Sarah Zettel; Sold to Satan by Mark Twain; MetaPhysics by Elizabeth M. Glover; Snowball's Chance by Charles Stross; Non-Disclosure Agreement by Scott Westerfeld; Like Riding a Bike by Jan Wildt; Bible Stories for Adults, No. 31: The Covenant by James Morrow; And the Deep Blue Sea by Elizabeth Bear; The Goat Cutter by Jay Lake; On the Road to New Egypt by Jeffrey Ford; That Hell-Bound Train by Robert Bloch; The God of Dark Laughter by Michael Chabon; The King of the Djinn by David Ackert and Benjamin Rosenbaum; Summon Blind Banish by Nick Mamatas; The Bottle Imp by Robert Louis Stevenson; Two Old Men by Kage Baker; By Good Intentions by Carrie Richerson; Nine Sundays in a Row by Kris Dikeman; Lull by Kelly Link; We Can Get Them for You Wholesale by Neil Gaiman; Details by China Mieville; The Devil Disinvests by Scott Bradfield; Faustfeathers by John Kessel; The Professor's Teddy Bear by Theodore Sturgeon; The Heidelberg Cylinder by Jonathan Carroll; Mike's Place by David J. Schwartz; Thus I Refute Beelzy by John Collier; and Inferno: Canto xxxiv by Dante Alighieri - translated by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Size: 8vo. Bookseller Inventory # 205699

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RCMP Quarterly

Published by Royal Canadian Mounted Police (1966)

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Item Description: Royal Canadian Mounted Police, 1966. Softcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Magazine. Condition: Very good Published by Royal Canadian Mounted Police RCMP Quarterly 1966--April (Vol. 31 #4). . Contributors include I. S. Anderson (Blue Sulu - Red Braid), Marjorie Childerhose (My Country), Vincent R. Courtenay (Henry Ford's Village), A. W. Greeno (Safety Afloat: Is It So Safe?), R. W. Hobson (The Argillite Carvers), F. M. Kerr (Food for Thought), John Lindeberg Jr. (A Special Hero), A. MacEwan (The Miracle Man), C. W. Mackeen (A Day at Sea), M. H. MacLeod (Avalanche), Lord Shawcross (The Criminal Is Living in a Golden Age), J. N. Smythe (Fort McLeod), Uncredited (The Eberley Brothers), J. S. Weir (Career Exposistion). . [Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Canadiana]. Magazine. Bookseller Inventory # Abe-946771

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Dickey, Carl C. (editor); Pringle, Henry F.; Thomas, Lowell; Lawes, Lewis E.; Ford, John Anson; Akeley, Mary L. Jobe; Bossom, Alfred C.; Palmer, Frederick,; Ford, Henry; Sullivan, Mark; Barrymore, Ethel

Published by Doubleday, Page & Company, Garden City, NJ (1928)

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Item Description: Doubleday, Page & Company, Garden City, NJ, 1928. Softcover. Book Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Illustrated by Adolph Treidler, S. J. Woolf (illustrator). Slightly cocked, sound binding. Pages clean, slightly tanned. Wrappers have edge wear with overall shelf wear, small amount of writing on front. ; Contents: Pringle, Hoover: An Enigma Easily Misunderstood. Thomas, Raiders of the Deep: New Tales of the Lusitania. Lawes, Life in the Death House (2nd article in a series by the warden of Sing Sing Prison). John Anson Ford, The New California in Wesern Mexico. Akeley, The Africa Nobody Knows. Bossom, New Styles in American ARchitecture. Palmer, Which Way, America? Henry Ford, America Has Just Started! (interview). Sullivan, The Presidential Race: The Emergence of Hoover as a Republican Leader. Barrymore, Our Changing Stage. Reviews. Many black and white advertisements for railroad equipment, automobiles and other items. ; Cover art, frontispiece; 9.5" tall; 210 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 1820035

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Dickey, Carl C. (editor); Pringle, Henry F.; Wilkins, George H.; Maitland, Lester J.; Crowther, Samuel; Lawes, Lewis E.; Beaverbrook, Lord; Wilhelm, Donald; MacAdam, George; Harris, Richard; A British Aviator; Thomas, Lowell

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Item Description: Doubleday, Page & Company, Garden City, NJ, 1928. Softcover. Book Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Illustrated by Adolph Treidler, J. S. Woolf (illustrator). Slightly cocked, sound binding. Pages clean, slightly tanned. Wrappers have edge wear with overall shelf wear, some tattering at spine. Full-page color ad for Lucky Strike cigarettes on back of wrappers. ; Contents: Pringle, Barbecues in Politics. Wilkins, "No Foxes Seen" (log of Arctic flying adventures). Maitland, Knights of the Air. Crowther, Henry Ford Talks about Edsel (and Edsel talks about his father). Lawes, Who Is a Criminal - and Why? Beaverbrook, Political Battles of the World War. Wilhelm, Working with Hoover. MacAdam, Where White Men Travel Alone. Harris, New Styles in Lumberjacks. A British Aviator, With the British Air Patrol in Irak. Thoams, Raiders of the Deep. Reviews. Many black and white advertisements for railroad equipment, automobiles and other items. ; Cover art, frontispiece; 9.5" tall; 231 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 1820037

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Kenilworth: Sir Walter Scott

Sir Walter Scott

Published by David McKay

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Item Description: David McKay. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. Henry J. Ford (illustrator). VG. Preface by the Hon. Mrs. Maxwell Scoti of Abbotsford. No dates. I would date it from 1920s to 1930s. All 12 glossy single-sided color plates are present. In fact one of them has a duplicate laid in. Burgundy cloth boards have gilt lettering and decoration on the front; that on spine is darkened. Top edge is bright gilt. Corners have only light wear. Spine ends are rubbed and starting to fray in spots. Spine is slightly sunned. Front has a couple faint pale spots, otherwise covers are clean. Hinges are intact and binding is solid. Endpapers are clean. Pages are clean and bright except for a brown spot on the outside fore edge which doesn't penetrate to the pages. Bookseller Inventory # 000549

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Published by The Dearborn Publishing Company, Dearborn, MI (1926)

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Item Description: The Dearborn Publishing Company, Dearborn, MI, 1926. Magazine. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. A left-stapled magazine measuring 8-3/4" by 11-3/4" and containing 36 pages including front and rear covers. Contents include: Honestly - Who Is Babbitt? "IT'S ME!" Says Sinclair Lewis (In an Interview with William L. Stidger); Never Lost a War But Never Won a Conference by E. B. Johns ("Diplomacy Is the Nation's First Line of Defense - How Strong Are We?"); The World With the Church by Duncan MacConnell; The Radical Trail in Welfare Laws by Marian Bruce Clark ("Uplifter Lobbies Menace Progress Through Secret Manipulation of New Legislation"); When President [Calvin] Coolidge Talked Against His Will by Bernard G. Priestley; column Mr. Ford's Page (on Prohibition); Why Farms Are Deserted by Donald A. Laird ("It May Be Because Some of the Farmers Have Been Unable to Keep Up With Modern Conditions in Farming"); When I Was With [William Jennings] Bryan in the 1908 Campaign by James Schermerhorn (Part II: "Personal Recollections of the Commoner the Last Time He Was Nominated for the Presidency" with photos); France From a Third-Class Car Window by Gaius Glenn Atkins ("Some Vivid Motion Pictures of a Country Where Peace Prevails But War Is Not Forgotten"); Rescuing the Survivors From Wrangel Island by Burt M. McConnell; War Makes Stunted Children by Albert Ernest Jenks (with Table I: A Study of the Effect of War and 12 photos of Munich schoolchildren); full-page Ford Motor Company ad. Condition: previously, but lightly, folded twice vertically; staples age-rusted; small mailing address printed to rear cover; covers show light sunning to edges. Bookseller Inventory # 010632

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Item Description: The Dearborn Publishing Company, Dearborn, MI, 1926. Magazine. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. A left-stapled magazine measuring 8-3/4" by 11-3/4" and containing 36 pages including front and rear covers. Contents include: A Close-up of Joaquin Miller by Allan L. Benson ("When the Poet of the Sierras Called to See Some Friends in Washington"); Why Is America Invited to Disarm? Part II by E. B. Johns ("She Is Already Showing the Way to Other Nations"); What About the Jewish Question? (no author given; topics include Jewish Religion Was Not Being Attacked; Jews Are Liked When Acting Like Americans; Jews Predicted the Coming of World War; The Reason for International Jew Articles; Socially Minded Jew an Asset to America); Measuring America's Soul by T. Cameron Taylor ("Can Alien Standards Produce Accurate Tests When Applied in Ignorance and Misunderstanding?"); Mr. Ford's Page (on leisure); Some Building and Loan Pitfalls by William A. M'Garry ("Catching Financial Sharks Is Always Good Fishing; There Are Others Waiting for Fresh Gudgeons"); At Later Conventions With [William Jennings] Bryan by James Schermerhorn (Part III: "As a Correspondent or as a Convention Orator the Commoner Was Equally at Home"); Gilbert White the Seer of Selborne by W. Teignmouth Shore ("He Is to the People of England What Thoreau and Burroughs Are to Americans"); Lithuania - The Country of Kosciusko by Rev. George F. Jonaitis. Condition: previously, and lightly, folded twice vertically; small mailing address printed to rear cover; staples age-rusted; outer covers lightly age-toned; front cover shows short closed edge tear. Bookseller Inventory # 010633

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Item Description: The Dearborn Publishing Company, Dearborn, MI, 1926. Magazine. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. A left-stapled magazine measuring 8-3/4" by 11-3/4" and containing 36 pages including front and rear covers. Contents include: [Woodrow] Wilson's First Night in Paris by Huston Thompson (Part I: "American President Kept His Head While the People of the French Capital Lost Theirs in a Wild Tumult of Joy"); Passion Week in Paris, 1918 by William l. Stidger (on World War I: "When the Big Gun Boomed and Brought Gethsemane"); Consolidated Stock Exchange - Finis? by A. R. Pinci ("New York Financial Institution Reaches Stormy Crisis in Its Career"); North Carolina Crushes Mob Rule by William H. Richardson ("Campaign Against Lynching Lands Scores of Citizens in Jail; 'God Save the State That Has to Depend on Mobs to Protect the Women'"); When the Stars Foretell Trouble by Frank Dorrance Hopley ("Relation of Earthquakes and Cyclones to Planets"); Mr. Ford's Page; What Do Our Farmers Think of Agriculture? Mr. Brownell's Articles Are Analyzed by Readers; Things That Doctors Do Not Know by Dr. Alexis Carrel ("Can Modern Medical Science Build Up Better Men and Women?"); My Fiddle and I Since Long Ago by Clyde Wier; Prohibition Can Be Enforced: Ask the People of Schoharie County [New York]; The Business End of Mormonism by George Frederic Stratton ("Latter-Day Saints, Having Passed Through the Wilderness of Pioneer Days, Are Now in the Promised Land of Prosperity"). Condition: small mailing address printed to rear cover; staples age-rusted; light narrow moisture stain to upper mid-fold (to blank margins only); front cover lightly age-browned. Bookseller Inventory # 010634

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Item Description: The Dearborn Publishing Company, Dearborn, MI, 1926. Magazine. Book Condition: Good. 1st Edition. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. A left-stapled magazine measuring 8-3/4" by 11-3/4" and containing 36 pages including front and rear covers. Contents include: Wild Youth Proves a Myth by Winifred Mallon ("'Boys and Girls' Between 35 and 45 Are Rolling Up the Crime Wave"); Making the Government Efficient by Marian Bruce Clark ("Reorganization Would Cut 100,000 Unnecessary Employees From Federal Pay Rolls"); The White House - A Mecca for Cranks by E. B. Johns ("Secret Service Men Must Ever Be Alert to Guard the President From the Unbalanced"); Missionaries and Machine Guns by James H. Lewis ("Many Preachers of the Gospel Do Not Want the Protection of Bullets"); Mr. Ford's Page; Writing Verse for Composite Readers by Charles J. Finger ("Some Versifiers Cultivate Eccentricity; Others Are Themselves, and Therefore Poets"); Sad Men Who Look So Wistfully at the Sky by William F. Hopp (Chaplain of the Michigan State Prison); Duelists of the Sky by Captain Alfred Heurtaux ("A Tale of Knights-Errant and Their Deeds - of Their Light-Heartedness, and Their Gallant, Tragic Fate" [World War I]); Under the White Tops With 'Gil' [Robinson] by Harry E. Barnet (Part III: "The Story of the Big Snake and the Little Dog - and How a Darky Made Millions for Circus Side Shows"). Condition: issue previously, and very lightly, folded twice; small mailing address printed to rear cover; staples age-rusted; moisture stain to the outer lower corner of each page (not affecting pagination); cover edges sunned. Bookseller Inventory # 010635

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Item Description: The Dearborn Publishing Company, Dearborn, MI, 1926. Magazine. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. A left-stapled magazine measuring 8-3/4" by 11-3/4" and containing 36 pages including front and rear covers. Contents include: The Destiny of the Democratic Party by Aaron Hardy Ulm ("Hinges Largely Upon the Two-Thirds Rule"); Pay-as-You-Go in Building Good Roads by Charles Albert Collman ("Tennessee Constructs Its Highways With Funds From Current Revenues"); The Rise of Mustapha Kemal Pasha by George A. Schreiner; Letter to the Folks: Written by Matthew S. Marsh, of New Salem, Illinois, in 1834, and Franked by the Postmaster, A. [Abraham] Lincoln; What's Wrong With the PRESS? by William C. Richards (Part I); The Changing Fashions of Being Presented at Court by Lady Cynthia Asquith; Mr. Ford's Page (on hard times); Forces That Are Reshaping Mexico by Helen Bowyer ("A Study of Those Who Ruled the Country Before the Revolution and Those Who Are Ruling It Now"); The Soul of an Ancient City Lingers Among The Little Trades of Paris Streets by Andree Pratoucy; Now Just Who IS Queer - The Chinese or Ourselves? by Inez Marks Lowdermilk. Condition: small mailing address printed to rear cover; staples age-rusted; outer front and rear covers age-toned and lightly spotted. Bookseller Inventory # 010636

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Item Description: The Dearborn Publishing Company, Dearborn, MI, 1927. Magazine. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. A left-stapled magazine measuring 8-3/4" by 11-3/4" and containing 36 pages including front and rear covers. Contents include: Successful Dictators [in business] by Morgan D.E. Hite; The Moulding of The [Marble] Faun by Julian Hawthorne [on Nathaniel Hawthorne]; The Litany of Washington Street by Vachel Lindsay; The Iron Gates of New Orleans by John Sloan; column Mr. Ford's Page [The True Economy]; A Day Among the New York Publishers by Thomas L. Masson [with photos of the buildings of Harper & Bros., E. P. Dutton & Co., G. P. Putnam's Sons, Charles Scribner's Sons, and The Macmillan Co.]; Seagoing Libraries by Frederick K. Howard; The Servant Problem in China by L.M. Cramer; short story Devoted Cousin Winnie by E.M. Delafield; two-column Is Present Speculation Safe? by A.R. Pinci; When Debt Closed the Schools by Emerson Robinson; The Lure of Old Battlefields by Harry E. Barnet. Condition: staples age-rusted; outer covers lightly age-browned and lightly soiled; issue previously, but lightly, folded in half; small name and address stamp to rear cover. Bookseller Inventory # 010777

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Item Description: The Dearborn Publishing Company, Dearborn, MI, 1927. Magazine. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. A left-stapled magazine measuring 8-3/4" by 11-3/4" and containing 36 pages including front and rear covers. Contents include: Clearing the Postal Deficit by Clyde Kelley; Two Villages in the Far North by D.M. LeBourdais [on Noorvik and Napakiagamute]; Where [Nathaniel] Hawthorne Wrote by Julian Hawthorne; How Machiavelli Missed His Chance by Harry Pence; Village of Down, Where [Charles] Darwin Lived by Hugh A. Studdert Kennedy; Head Hunters and Others by William L. Stidger; Early American Schools by Louis C. Karpinski; John Singer Sargent in Boston by Janet Mabie; The Voyage of the Victoria by Charles J. Finger (on the 'Victoria' under Sebastian del Cano); Old Time Cottons by Mary Harrod Northend; Making Education a Service by William A. McGarry (on Dr. Russell H. Conwell); The War to Win Toledo by E.L. McColgin (on the Toledo War of 1835 between Michigan Territory and Ohio State). Condition: staples lightly age-rusted; outer covers lightly age-browned; brown spot to front cover and first several pages; small name and address stamp to rear cover. Bookseller Inventory # 010778

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Item Description: The Dearborn Publishing Company, Dearborn, MI, 1927. Magazine. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. A left-stapled magazine measuring 8-3/4" by 11-3/4" and containing 36 pages including front and rear covers. Contents include: The Discovery of Alta California by Frances Holbrook Pfeiffer; The Forest of Arden by Joseph Warren; The Lost Colony of Roanoke by J.G. De Roulhac Hamilton; Pleasant [Frutigen] Valley, Switzerland by Judson Grennell; column Mr. Ford's Page (Definition of a Working Man); On Collecting Japanese Color Prints by Herbert Asbury; The Senate of the Fiftieth Congress by Barnes Cooley; Thomas Jefferson's Thousand Years by Vachel Lindsay; He Sang to the Heart by N.L. Van Wegen (on Will Carleton); A Visit to a Dog Market by William L. Stidger (in Baguio, Philippine Islands); Cover Story - Hunting the Buffalo by William A. Simonds. Condition: staples lightly age-rusted; outer covers lightly age-browned and lightly soiled; two closed tears to front cover; small name and address stamp to rear cover. Bookseller Inventory # 010779

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Beecher, Henry Ward

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Item Description: J. B. Ford and Company New York. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fair. B0070QPMP0 (1871; J.B. Ford & Co. NY) Ornate design to red cloth with gold gilt page edges. Numerous B&W plates with protective tissue. No Dust Jacket (as issued). Boards with shelf wear, bumped at corners and spine ends with fraying. Pages unmarked. Binding cracked at title page with no complete separations. Hinges intact. **Tracking on all US orders**Most orders shipped within 24 hours**Insurance to all orders over $50**. Bookseller Inventory # SKU1032121

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McCall's

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Item Description: McCall's, New York, 1934. Soft Cover. Book Condition: Good. McCall's- October, 1934. Volume LXII, Number 1. Cover Design by Neysa McMein. Contents Include- Small Stars in the California Sun by Henry F. Pringle; Life Begins Tomorrow (1) by Dale Eunson; Into the View by Nelia Gardner White; "The Wildest Woe Is Love" by Seymour Winslow; Lines to a Lady by Reita Lambert; Youth Before the Bar by Maxine Davis; The Road to the Left (3) by Clara Wallace Overton; People Can't Always Kiss by Margaret Lee Runbeck; Homemaking: Let's Play Games by Marie Antoinette Taylor; Three Party Dinners by Sarah Field Splint; We Plan to Set Better Tables by Rachel Craft; Cheese Moves in the Best Circles by Luella Mortenson & Beulah Gillaspe; "I Don't Want to Grow Old" by E. V. McCollum; Set The Dial -Presto!; Ladies! Ladies! The Women's Club Season Opens; The Thing-You-Like-Best Motif by Mary Davis Gillies; Your Dollar Wins The Home Stretch by Faye I. Hamilton; One of the First Lessons by Dr. Charles Gilmore Kerley; Topsy-Turvy Salad by McCall's Food Staff; The Sowing Circle by J. W. Johnston; Ideas by the Service Editor; Style and Beauty: New Faces For Fall by Hildegarde Fillmore; Walking Off With Honors; Colder Tomorrow by Marian Corey; Slit Hemlines and Slashed Backs; A New Low in Necklines; College-Going Clothes; Presenting a Suit by Mrs. Ford Carter; Three Up On Chic; Satin Touches Up the Bridge Frock; Four-O' Clock Frocks in Dark Velvet; Squared Off and Buttoned Up. Spine has a few tears. See our other listings for more issues of this magazine. Bookseller Inventory # 014849

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