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Choice Songs From Crowning Glory (Hymnal, 1893)
1 Choice Songs From Crowning Glory (Hymnal, 1893)
Chicago Billhorn Brothers 1893 Hard cover Good condition 
This is a slim hymnal of 104 songs. It was owned by Mrs. Ellen C. Hammett who declared it her book on front free endpaper with a simple penciled name and date of 1894. The book is lacking a few pieces of overlay paper primarily along outer edge of front cover. There are also a few toned areas on front endpaper. The pages are otherwise very clean and binding is tight. The ones I recognized are Bringing In the Sheaves, Rock of Ages, and Nearer My God to Thee. Book measures 5-1/2" x 8" 
Price: 16.00 USD
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Patriotic Postcard My Country Tis of Thee Stars and Scroll
2 Patriotic Postcard My Country Tis of Thee Stars and Scroll
Germany International Art Publishing Co. Unknown 
What a cutie for the Fourth of July, or even Memorial Day. It looks like the work of Ellen Clapsaddle and there are attribtions of this is in the marketplace, but I have gone over it thoroughly with a magnifying glass and cannot find a signature to confirm it. Nonethleess it's a sweet image with the banner reading the first few lines of "My Country 'Tis of Thee." Love the way the little patriot is standing on a pile of stars! Great graphic. The card has a divided back and was never maile. Penciled message reads "Bertha From Madeleine." Tiny bit of corner wear, but otherwise crisp. 
Price: 14.95 USD
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The Hanna Theatre Program (January, 1933)
3 The Hanna Theatre Program (January, 1933)
Cleveland Ohio The Hanna Theatre 1933 soft cover Very Good 
Very nice, clean program measuring 6" x 9", printed for the Pulitzer Prize winning play, "Of Thee I Sing" with music by George Gershwin and lyrics by Ira Gershwin. The play opened in Cleveland on January 15, 1933. Great cover graphic in color and great Cleveland ads -- Halle Brothers, National city Bank, WGAR Broadcasting, and Penzoil on the back cover. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Weisbrod: Archetypes and Archaism Spring 2001 An Exhibition March 20-29 (Chinese Art)
4 Weisbrod: Archetypes and Archaism Spring 2001 An Exhibition March 20-29 (Chinese Art)
New York Weisbrod Chinese Art Ltd. 2000 Hard cover Very Good Condition 
Beautiful, as always, when the name Weisbrod is on the cover. These catalogs are not only bound in hard cover, but they're big at 8-1/2" x 12" and have full page color photos of the works. This catalog has 103 pristine pages to showcase 34 amazing antiquities. There are also thee essays -- The Spirit of Wu; Conservation Report on an Eastern Zhou Dynasty Inlaid Bronze Hu Ark Restoration; and Conservation Report on a Shang Dynasty Guang Ark Restoration. Book is clean and bright with no defect of note and is protected by a brand new mylar cover. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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Shaker: Shakerism and Feminism: Reflections on Women's Relgion and the Early Shakers, Marjorie Proctor-Smith
5 Marjorie Proctor-Smith Shaker: Shakerism and Feminism: Reflections on Women's Relgion and the Early Shakers
Old Chatham, New York Shaker Museum and Library 1991 0937942162 / 9780937942161 Card cover Fine condition 
I have sold many Shaker books and booklets over the years, but I have never run across this one until now. I thought I knew all about the religion, but I didn't know the ties between religion and feminism during thee arly years. Now this booklet focuses solely on those ties. Its leader, Mother Ann Lee, became the face of God. The booklet measures 8" x 10" and has 24 pages. Everything is clean and nice with no defect of note. 
Price: 16.00 USD
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Woman's Day Magazine June, 1945(C.C. Beall poster bound-in), Souvaine, Mabel Hill (editor)
6 Souvaine, Mabel Hill (editor) Woman's Day Magazine June, 1945(C.C. Beall poster bound-in)
New York Stores Publishing Company 1945 soft cover Very good 
The striking cover of this June, 1945 womens' magazine is an eye-catcher, but there's something special awaiting inside too. Open the front cover and there it is --an 8"x10" poster still bound-in and with no tears or creases. The outer section reads "We Thank Thee" A Commemorative Painting by C.C. Beall. In his day this watercolorist was a fairly big deal -- covers for Collier's, advertising campaigns for Maxwell House Coffee and government posters supporting WWII. His sun has faded these days, but the art is really lovely. The magazine's cover was also painted by him and is signed as such. At this point in the war Osaka, Japan was heavily bombed. The painting shows people reading letters signed by several people, one of whom was Dwight D. Eisenhower. The letters are hard to read, but the gist is a need for a united country supporting the war effort. The rest of the magazine consists of recipes, fiction and homemaking articles except for one -- Return to Cologne by Vincent Sheean. The author asks if the fallen city has learned its lesson. Magazine measures 8-3/4"x11" and has 88 pages. 
Price: 16.00 USD
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