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Amants (Sweethearts) Jeanette MacDonald et Nelson Eddy Collection Romancines (Circa 1938)
1 Amants (Sweethearts) Jeanette MacDonald et Nelson Eddy Collection Romancines (Circa 1938)
Paris, France Editions Lajeunesse circa 1938 Collection Romancines soft cover Very good condition 
This French language booklet was published in Paris to tell the story of the 1938 Metro Goldwyn Mayer movie "Sweethearts" starring Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy. Booklet is illustrated with black and white photos from the movie and measures 6" x 9" with 15 pages of text. It appears to be part of a collection of booklets telling the stories of romantic films. I have never see any of them, so this was an interesting find. The booklet is clean and tightly bound, bunddoes show some toning to the margins of the front cover. 
Price: 16.00 USD
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Coast to Coast Fashion Awards By the E.F. MacDonald Company
2 Coast to Coast Fashion Awards By the E.F. MacDonald Company
Dayton, Ohio E.F. MacDonald Company 1962 soft cover Very Good 
This oversized catalogue is a monument to 60's clothing for men, women and children. It's clean as a whistle inside and out and measures 12" square. The photography is much more interesting than usual, as in addition to the regular shots of models, there are many large full color plates of vignettes where people are modeling the clothes against colorful backgrounds. Initially I thought this was a retail outlet, but it is not. E.F. MacDonald was an incentive company associated most commonly with Plaid Stamps. This catalog, however, makes no reference to stamps. Each item bears a number, but there are no prices and no stamp requirements stated. It seems likely that there must have been a correlating sheet laid-in with info telling how many books of stamps were needed. Unpaginated, but I counted 31. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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Firsts: The Book Collector's Magazine; Thoreau Special Issue September 1999)
3 Firsts: The Book Collector's Magazine; Thoreau Special Issue September 1999)
Tucson, Arizona Firsts Magazine Inc. 1999 Vol.9; No. 9 Card cover Very good condition 
This is a good issue for anyone interested in Henry David Thoreau and his writings. It doesn't matter if you are a collector, or just a reader -- every article is about Thoreau. the articles include: Collecting Henry David Thoreau; the Primary First Editions; Collecting to a Different Drummer; Reference Materials and Resources; and a fun piece on Betty MacDonald's "The Egg and I" which had just become a movie from the book. The magazine measures 8-1/2" x 10-3/4" and has 76 pages. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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Screen Book Magazine May, 1939 (Bette Davis, Tyrone Power, Caludette Colbert. Jeanette MacDonald)
4 Screen Book Magazine May, 1939 (Bette Davis, Tyrone Power, Caludette Colbert. Jeanette MacDonald)
Louisville, Kentucky Fawcett Publications 1939 Volume XXI, No. 10 soft cover Very good 
Magazine is very nice with crisp paper and pristine pages, tightly bound. Only faults are a tiny bit of wear to bottom of spine, a couple small chips to top edge of front cover and a small tear to upper edge of back cover. Magazine measures 8-3/4" x 11-1/4" and has 90 pages. The cover features Betty Davis with an accompanying article inside about her movie, Juarez, in which she portrays insanity. Other articles are about Claudette Colbert, Tyrone Power, Heddy LaMarr, Jeanette MacDonald, and Don Ameche, There's also a feel-good story about the illness of a cameraman's beloved daughter and how the stars saw her through until she recovered. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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Screen Book Magazine December, 1936 (Rochelle Hudson Cover), Beall, Harry Hammond
5 Beall, Harry Hammond Screen Book Magazine December, 1936 (Rochelle Hudson Cover)
Lexington Kentucky Fawcett Publishing 1936 Vol. XVIII, No. 5 soft cover Very good condition 
Very nice, clean magazine with no edge wear The spine strip is intact too with just a very small loss of paper to very bottom.This issue's cover girl id rochelle Hudson and the main article is titled "Robert Taylor's Battle For Self-Respect. Other major stories include The Men In Kay Francis'Life; The Man Shirley Temple Hated; Hollywood's Great Romance -- Ann Southern & Roger Pryor; Jeanette MacDonald -- Clever Women Don't Grow Old; and What Movies Have Done to the Dion Quints. Others stars mentioned include Irene Dunne, Gloria Stuart, Robert Taylor, and Norma Shearer. 
Price: 28.00 USD
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Rialto Theatre Program for the Week of November 8, 1926, Bebe Daniels, Gloria Swanson, Clara Bow, Eddie Cantor
6 Bebe Daniels, Gloria Swanson, Clara Bow, Eddie Cantor Rialto Theatre Program for the Week of November 8, 1926
New York Star Program Co. 1926 Leaflet Very good condition 
This is ephemera at its most ephemeral. It's a small (4-1/2" x 6") leaflet folded in half -- the odds were not great for its longevity and yet here it is. The previous owner had it in a rigid plastic sleeve and I have left it there and will send it as is. The cover picture is of Bebe Daniels, a big deal in her day. She was starring in "The Campus Flirt." What's astounding is how many shows there were in any given week. Others include "Fine Manners" with Gloria Swanson, "The Beautiful Cheat" with Laura La Plante; "Fighting with Buffalo Bill" with Wallace MacDonald; and "The Blue Streak" with Richard Talmadge. Four more are listed at back as coming attractions, the best of which was "Kid Boots" with Eddie Cantor, Clara Bow and Billie Dove. 
Price: 12.00 USD
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Radio Stars Magazine December 1937 (Jeanette MacDonald, Kitty Carlisle), Grady,Lester (editor)
7 Grady,Lester (editor) Radio Stars Magazine December 1937 (Jeanette MacDonald, Kitty Carlisle)
Dunellen, New Jersey Dell Publishing 1937 soft cover Very Good 
In the heyday of radio Radio Stars Magazine was the biggest publication of its kind. So many of the movie stars got their break on radio before they hit the big screen. The cover of this issue features Jeanette McDonald fresh off her honeymoon, plus a story about the then very young Kitty Carlisle. Some of the names have faded, but it's interesting to get a bird's eye view of the radio stars when radio was a Big Thing. There's also gossip and a complete coast to coast radio guide. magazine measures 8-1/2" x 11-1/2" and has 92 pages. Magazine is clean and tightly bound with just a 3" area of staining to spine and a few small spots of wear to top front edge. Overall nice. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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Paperdoll Review Magazine Issue 34, 2005, Henry, Marilyn; Taliadoros Jenny (editors)
8 Henry, Marilyn; Taliadoros Jenny (editors) Paperdoll Review Magazine Issue 34, 2005
Kindigfield, Maine Paperdoll Review 2005 Issue 34 soft cover Near fine condition Charles Ventura. Fern Bisel Peat 
I love these paperdoll magazines which is why I bought all eleven when I found them. The color front and back covers are beautiful, the work of Charles Ventura who also is a subject for an article in this issue. Other fun articles are fashion designers of the 1930's, Jeanette MacDonald star of the 1930's musicals, lace-up paper dolls, sweet children paperdolls by artist Fern Bisel Peat, and more. There's a lot to read here! The magazine measures 8-1/2" x 11 with 32 pages. 
Price: 9.95 USD
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Collier's Magazine February 16, 1946 (Lindbergh), La Cossitt, Henry (editor)
9 La Cossitt, Henry (editor) Collier's Magazine February 16, 1946 (Lindbergh)
Springfield, Ohio Crowell-Collier Publishing 1946 Volume 117, No. 7 soft cover Fine condition 
Very crisp, clean magazine with no defects of note. This issue offers six short stories and nine articles. This time the attention-getter is Part I of which was to be a two parter all about Lindbergh flying over the Pacific. The piece was written by Cool. Charles MacDonald. The was of course was over, but a major story focused on the housing problem. So many servicemen returned to the U.S. it was a competition to snag what houses were available, either for rent or to buy. Another piece is more upbeat following years of anguish. It takes a look at at the Paris fashion houses and their models. The magazine is quite large at 10-3/4" x 13-3/4" with no mailing label. It also contains some nice color ads for Old Taylor whiskey, Seiberling rubber, Kelvinator refrigerators, Ford, The Airlines of the U.S., Kodak Brownie camera, Bicycle playing cards, Spartan Radio, Firestone tires, Red Cap ale, Philadelphia whiskey, and more, 
Price: 20.00 USD
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American Classic Screen Magazine July/August, 1978 (Jeanette MacDonald, Citizen Kane), Tibbetts, Jon (editor)
10 Tibbetts, Jon (editor) American Classic Screen Magazine July/August, 1978 (Jeanette MacDonald, Citizen Kane)
Shawnee Mission, Kansas Traditions Press 1978 Volume II, number 6 soft cover Fine condition 
Crisp, beautiful magazine protected by former owner in a plastic bag. There's a lot to read here, but the two big stories are a tribute to Jeanette MacDonald and her work and some new material on the creation of the classic film, Citizen Kane. The magazine measures 8-1/2"x11" and has 46 pages. 
Price: 8.95 USD
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