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24 Success Articles From American Preservation Magazines
1 24 Success Articles From American Preservation Magazines
U.S.A. American Preservation Unknown date Unknown edition Disbound Articles Very Good Condition 
I found these disbound articles in a box of Architectual Review Magazines which I bought at auction. I almost tossed them out until I realized how worthy they are. Each of the 24 focuses on a particular area within a state located anywhere in the country. They all derived from American Preservation magazine, so the color photographs are stunning. Each article is pretty long with many images. I wish I had more room to show them. Areas are these: New Orleans Lower Garden District; Providence, Rhode Island; Salem Massachusetts; Eutaw, Alabama's Greek Revival Architecture; Galveston, Texas; Mizner's Eden Palm Beach's Flamboyant Architecture; Brownsville, Texas; Waterford, Virginia; Helena, Montana; Columbus, Georgia; Madison, Indiana; Eureka Springs, Arkansas; Key West, Florida; Jacksonville, Oregon; Mt. Auburn in Cincinnati, Ohio; Manchester area of Pittsburgh; Savannah, Georgia; Powelton Village, Philadelphia; Saratoga Springs, New York; Crested Butte in the Rocky Mts.; Detroit's Woodward East; Oakland cemetery; Galena, Illinois and Bay View, A Summer Resort in Michigan. All are clean and stapled. Will still ship for $2 media in the U.S. as always. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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Air Trails Pictorial Magazine November 1944
2 Air Trails Pictorial Magazine November 1944
Chicago Street and Smith Publications 1944 Soft cover Very Good 
Wonderful oversized aviation magazine in excellent condition. Other than a small bit of wear to spine at middle section which does not compromise the integrity of the binding, and a few tiny edge creases at back, this one is really nice. Great vintage ads and lots of articles. Includes an article by Willie Ley entitled From Storch to ME 163. Other topics include tandem wings, camoflage models (miniatures), a mobile control tower, Northrop P-61 "Black Widow" and the Knight Twister. Beautiful color centerfold of the the Kingcobra. No mailing label. 
Price: 18.00 USD
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Andy Warhol's Interview Magazine (September 1984 Jackie Collins. David Letterman, Tom Brokaw, Peter Jennings, Barbara Walters)
3 Andy Warhol's Interview Magazine (September 1984 Jackie Collins. David Letterman, Tom Brokaw, Peter Jennings, Barbara Walters)
Interview Enterprises Inc. 1984 Volume XIV No. 9 soft cover Good-plus 
Andy Warhols' magazines are so much fun to read. I love when some come my way and right now I have several. This one features Joan Collins, but there's also interviews with many celebrities with an emphasis on TV personalities including David Letterman, Tom Brakow, Peter Jennings and Barbara Walters. Huge magazine -- measures 11"x17". The text is clean as is the cover, though spine area and back cover do show some browning. There were also a few small tears at top and a circular tear at bottom. Both were repaired by me with archival tape. The lower one still suffers from a small paper loss. Will ship in U.S. for $2. WORLDWIDE ORDERS WELCOME, but due to size additional postage will be necessary. Please contact us with destination for an exact quote. Magazine is thicker than normal with 224 pages. Price lowered due to condition. 
Price: 22.00 USD
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Aperture Magazine: Letitia Battaglia Cover(Summer 2000)
4 Aperture Magazine: Letitia Battaglia Cover(Summer 2000)
New York Aperture Foundation 2000 No. 160 Card cover Fine condition 
Crisp and clean as new, an issue which confronts difficult topics with both text and graphic photography. Features include the following: A World Out of Balance -- Necessary Truths (Jean-Francois LeRoy); Latent Images -- W. Eugene Smith's Minamata Photograph; Dirty Laundry -- Beneton's "We On Death Row" Campaign; Michael X -- Michael Tracy's Rites of Passage; Homesick: Domestic Landscapes; Chuck Close Daguerreotypes; and Blue Mist by Charles Bowden. Magazine Measures 9-1/2"x 11-1/4" with 79 pages on quality coated paper. 
Price: 16.00 USD
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Arms and Armor Resaissance Furniture Italian Majolica From the Edwin M. Berolzheimer Collection 1950
5 Arms and Armor Resaissance Furniture Italian Majolica From the Edwin M. Berolzheimer Collection 1950
New York Parke-Bernet Galleries Inc. 1950 March 9, 1950 Card cover Very good condition 
Today's auction catalogs look like magazines in full color. I love them, but I also like these simpler ones. The auction took place on March 9, 1950 due to the death of Edwin M. Berolzheier in 1949. At this point the collection was owned by Mrs. Edwin M. Berol. The catlaog measures 6-1/4" x 9-1/2" with 48 pages and 267 objects including the itemz mentioned.but also Persian and other antique textiles, pottery and bronzes.There are descriptions for each and within them are black and white photogrpahs. 
Price: 24.00 USD
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Arts & Decoration Combined with The Spur March, 1941 (Golf, Policed Dogs, Horses in the Carolinas)
6 Arts & Decoration Combined with The Spur March, 1941 (Golf, Policed Dogs, Horses in the Carolinas)
Stroudsbuerg, PA. Artspur Publications 1941 soft cover Very good condition 
This is a marriage of two magazines -- Arts & Decoration and The Spur. The Spur was quite large (I have some issues listed here), but the combined magazine is slimmer and smaller at 10" x 12-1/2" with 50 pages. Subjects include the police dog, horses and equestrian sport in the Carolinas, golf in the Bahamas, valley ranching in Wyoming, American crafts, rugs and mirrored walls. 
Price: 16.00 USD
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Child Life Magazine January, Febrary, 1937
7 Child Life Magazine January, Febrary, 1937
Chicago Tand McNally & Company Vol. XVI, Nos. 1 & 2 soft cover Good-plus 
The covers of these magazines are a delight with bright colors and a dollop of whimsey. I put them together in one offering not only because they are sequential, but because othere's a story titled Adventures In Candle Street which is a two parter and now both parts are present. The magazine is color limited inside, but somehow that still seems to charm. Readers will find poems, stories, things to make, things to do, and special features such as junior etiquette, how a 10 year opld boy helped save the lives of six people, movie town news. There's even a secton for mothers. Magazines measure 8-1/2" x 11-1/2" and have 96 and 48 pages respectively. No mailing labels. Only fault is some loosening to front cover of the Feb. issue which I repaired with non-browning, almost invisible archival tape. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Comment Magazine; A Monthly Journal of Informed Opinion (2 issues 1961)
8 Comment Magazine; A Monthly Journal of Informed Opinion (2 issues 1961)
Cambridge, Massachusetts Harvard Political Participation Council 1961 Volume Two; Numbers One & Two soft cover Very good 
Very nice clean magazines, seldom seen. Both issues from 1961 -- October and December. The October issue contains a special section entirely devoted to the press. The articles there include The Fourth Estate, A Prescription; To Sell A Shelter; Black and White, and Read All Over; No News Is Bad News; and Reporting the Scandals in Boston. Other articles are Temples of the Black; The GI's Two Koreas; and Democratic Man, Aristotle, and John Birch. The December issue is divided into two sections -- the Impatient Minorities and War And Uneasy Peace. 23 pages each. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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Conservative Judaism Magazine 1959 (Full Run)
9 Conservative Judaism Magazine 1959 (Full Run)
New York Rabbinical Assembly of America 1959 Volume XIII, Nos. 1,2,3,4 soft cover Near fine 
Four crisp, clean magazines measuring 6"x9" with a collective total of 228 pages. There are no names or writing. Among the many topics are science and ethical issues; the seminary and the modern rabbi; preparation for divorce, or preparation for marriage; Claude Montefiore and liberal Judaism; tradition and change; the principles of Judaism; and Teshuva on abortion. We have many more issues of the publication, so if you are looking for a different year let me know and I'll see if we have it. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Cracked Magazine, November 1964
10 Cracked Magazine, November 1964
New York Major Magazines 1964 Number 40 soft cover Very Good 
We often see later issues of this humor magazine, but the ones from the 60's are a bit harder to find. Here we have the November, 1964 issue in clean, tightly bound condition. In fact, it's fairly remarkable given the pulp paper on which its printed. Among the zany articles are these: The Transylvanian Teen Scene, the Big War, A Martian Writes Home from Earth, Way Out -- West, How I Saw Europe on 58 Cents A Day; and A Sunday At Coney Island. The magazine measures 8"x10-1/2" and is clean and bright. Black and white cartoon format. 
Price: 18.00 USD
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East London Record, 1992 No. 15
11 East London Record, 1992 No. 15
London East London History Society 1992 No. 15 Card cover Fine condition 
I bought a handful of these little magazines a week ago and am amazed at how interesting they are. Any issue is an Anglophile's delight. This issue offers the following articles: A Childhood in Bow; Frederick Rogers Bookbinder and Journalist; The Ingles of Limehouse; Satan, Sufragettes and Salvation; The Bethnal Green Tube Disaster; and They Carried the Banner. The latter is about education in poverty stricken neighborhoods. People were binding together to improve things, but chose a name which might be a little .... It was The King Edward Ragged School Youths' Institute and Christian Mission. Magazine measures 5-3/4" and 8-1/4" with 48 pages. Illustrated with black and white photographs with no defects. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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Firsts: The Book Collector's Magazine; Thoreau Special Issue September 1999)
12 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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Fortune Magazine July, 1935 (Anheiser-Busch, Women In Business, Restoring Williamsburg, U.S. Smelting & Refining)
13 Fortune Magazine July, 1935 (Anheiser-Busch, Women In Business, Restoring Williamsburg, U.S. Smelting & Refining)
New York Time-Life 1935 Volume XII, No. 1 soft cover Very good 
Very clean, nice issue of one of the star magazines of the 30's. The photography is excellent, as are the articles and the magazine's design. Three topics grabbed my attention -- a colorful piece about Anheiser-Busch and its bottled beer, Part I of a story about women in business, and a look at Mr. Rockefeller's renovation of colonial Willamsburg. There's also a piece about the cotton industry, one on U.S. Smelting & Refining and a profile of Harry Hopkins. Magazine has no real defect of note. It measures 11-1/2"x14" and has 140 pages. OVERSEAS ORDERS WELCOME, but shipping may be higher than stated due to size. Contact me with destination for actual quote. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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Fortune Magazine November, 1934 (Father Coughlin, U.S. wines, radium, United States Rubber)
14 Fortune Magazine November, 1934 (Father Coughlin, U.S. wines, radium, United States Rubber)
New York Time-Life 1934 Volume IX, No. 2 soft cover Very good 
Yesterday I got thirty Fortune magazines from the 30's, so if you don't see what you want let me know and I'll see if I have it. Fortune was one of the most beautiful magazines of the Depression era and still retains interest in its articles as well as its design. This time two topics caught my attention -- the ever controversial Father Coughlin and wine production in the United States. There's also stories about radium, industrial designers, U.S. Rubber and more. The magazine is very large at 11-1/2"x14" and has 142 pages. Only faults are a small chip to top front edge and minor wear to very bottom edge of spine which does not impinge on the binding. Very handsome and no label. OVERSEAS ORDERS WELCOME, but extra shipping is required due to weight and size. Same for U.S. priority. U.S. media mail is just $2.00 as stated. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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Gourmet Magazine (2 issues, March & May, 1962)
15 Gourmet Magazine (2 issues, March & May, 1962)
New York Gourmet Inc. 1962 soft cover Very Good 
I bought these from a cookbook collector who kept them clean and beautiful for many decades. Gourmet was definitely a top tier publication for those interested in creative dining. It's interesting to see how even gourmet food has changed while some classics live on. Among the writers is Lucius Beebe. I remember selling Beebe's railroad titles back when I first became a bookseller and was amazed to find that he's also Lucius Beebe the foodie. Both magazines have great color ads and articles covering pre-summer suppers(you have to SEE the picture with this one to believe it!), dandelion wine,a woman's fond recollection of her grandmother's African American cook, the literary history of the potato, Thai food, eggs, blue trout and more. I have quite a few of these from 1963 and a couple from 1964, so if you're looking for one hit the contact button and I;ll see if I have it. Eventually they'll all be on here. 
Price: 16.95 USD
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Gourmet Magazine Janaury, February, 1964 (two issues)
16 Gourmet Magazine Janaury, February, 1964 (two issues)
1964 soft cover Very good condition 
I bought these from a cookbook collector who kept them clean and beautiful for many decades. Gourmet was definitely a top tier publication for those interested in creative dining. It's interesting to see how even gourmet food has changed while some classics live on. Among the writers is Lucius Beebe. I remember selling Beebe's railroad titles back when I first became a bookseller and was amazed to find that he's also Lucius Beebe the foodie. Both magazines have great color ads and illustrated articles. The topics here are hams, escargot, chocolate leaves, oranges, canneloni verdi, vintage wines 1952-62, dishes from the sea, English bangers, the art of chocolate dipping, garlic, and broccoli. Magazines measures 8-1/2" x 11" and they have 120 pages together. 
Price: 16.95 USD
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Holiday & Travel Magazine August 1931 Volume XVII no. 4
17 Holiday & Travel Magazine August 1931 Volume XVII no. 4
New York Robert M. McBride Co. Volume XVII No. 4 soft cover Very good 
Beautiful color art and overall nice clean condition with just a few minor wear spots. This one's oversized and printed on quality coated paper. No color illustrations, but plenty of quality black and white photographs to accompany an array of articles covering a church in Brittany; aerial photography; the circus in Uzerche; German youth and athletics on the road; a snake farm in Sao Paulo; holidays on the high seas and much more. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Hollywood Magazine July, 1937 (Myrna Loy Cover)
18 Hollywood Magazine July, 1937 (Myrna Loy Cover)
Fawcett 1937 Soft Cover Very good 
The paper is crisp and clean on the cover of this vintage movie mag on which Myrna Loy looks lovely in geeen against a bright yellow backdrop. Back cover shows one small tear to the bottom edge which lies flat and has been neatly repaired by me with non-browning, archival tape to reverse side. Staples rusty, but no other faults. Stories cover the coronation of King George VI, Tyrone Power, Spencer Tracy, Mae West and more. Great ads too -- full color boating ad for Chesterfield cigarettes at back cover, plus one in color at front for Lovely Lady face powder. 
Price: 18.00 USD
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House Beautiful Magazine October, 1928
19 House Beautiful Magazine October, 1928
Concord, New Hmapshire House Beautiful Publishing Corporation Vol. LXIV, No. IV soft cover Very Good condition 
The cover art of these magazines scream "come hither!" They're bold, colorful and graphically sensational. I was at an auction which had six boxes of them.To say they were a hit is an understatement -- they sold in a frenzy for more money than they should have. I got the last box, which was as good as the rest, but at the end of the frenzy. There's much to read here about homes and gardens with gorgeous full color ads for house items -- roofs, tiles, paints etc.. One of the more interesting stories is about the scissor craft of silhouette making and William Henry Brown who long ago snipped out beautiful images. Other articles cover peony walks, Holland bulbs, wisteria, Pompeiian gardens, house renovations, a well appointed desk, china services on display in Paris, architecture, stone versus stone masonry and much more. The magazine is oversized at 10" x 12-1/2" and is an inch thick. SHIPS FOR $2 IN THE U.S. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Journal of the Aeronautical Sciences Nov. & Dec. 1950 (Two Issues)
20 Journal of the Aeronautical Sciences Nov. & Dec. 1950 (Two Issues)
Easton, PA Institute of the Aeronautical Sciences Inc. 1950 Volume 7, Nos. 11 & 12 Soft Cover Very good 
Two crisp, clean issues of a technical aviation magazine. Former owner's last name is written at the top of the outer front corner of two, and one has a couple light stains to bottom front cover -- otherwise without fault. The magazines measure 8-1/2"x11". Both have technical charts and drawings, but one also shows black and white photographs (see second picture). Among the articles are these: The Longitudinal Stability of Elastic Swept Wings at Supersonic Speed; A Study of the Response of an Airplane Landing Gear Using the Differential Analyzer; and The Flow Over a Wedge Profile at Mach Number 1. 
Price: 22.00 USD
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