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Andy Warhol's Interview Magazine July, 1986 (Catherine Oxenberg Cover)
1 Andy Warhol's Interview Magazine July, 1986 (Catherine Oxenberg Cover)
New York Andy Warhol 1986 Vol. XVI, No. 7 soft cover Very Good condition 
Interview Magazine is a fun read. In addition to lots of close-up looks at famous people from all walks of life, it's also filled with gorgeous ads for high-end products. If you love graphic art you will love those ads. This issue of course has an interview with Catherine Oxenberg who is best known for her role on the TV show Dynasty and her portrayal of Princess Diana, but also these interviews too: The Kennedy Cousins (dynasty); Samantha Fox, Kathryn Harrold, Little Nell, William J. Casey (Washignton), Athol Fugard (theatre), Monica Vitti and Alberto Sordi (film), and Michael Musto (night life). There's also articles on keeping a diary, young artists united, and Bette Davis. Lots to read! Magazine is very clean with no defect of note. Measures 11" x 16-1/4". Will ship in the U.S. for $2.00. OVERSEAS ORDERS welcome, but will be expensive due to high postal U.S. costs. Contact me with item and destination for an exact quote.. 
Price: 22.00 USD
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Bucyrus Ohio Your City and Mine : Map and Political Information (1975)
2 Bucyrus Ohio Your City and Mine : Map and Political Information (1975)
Bucyrus, Ohio James Deaver, Treasure Nov. 4, 1975 soft cover Good condition 
This is a large map of Buycrus, Ohio, but also a political piece which encouraged voters to vote Democratic on November 4, 1975. Closed, the map measures 5-1/4" x 8-3/4". Opened it measures 21-1/4" x 17-1/4".The map takes up the entire page, but flip it over and there is info on the Democratic candidates of the day, including john R. miller,William c. "Bill" arper, James R. deaver, Richard A. Lohr, Sam G. Schnabel, Scott Linn. Milton E. Carrick, Walter Landman, John h. Wannamaker, and Paul Outhwaite. 
Price: 10.95 USD
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Comment Magazine; A Monthly Journal of Informed Opinion (2 issues 1961)
3 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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First Ladies Paper Dolls, Series #1, Dolls 1-8
4 First Ladies Paper Dolls, Series #1, Dolls 1-8
Canton, Ohio J.J. Kaboth Canton Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) 1996 First Series Fine condition 
These are new to me. I just got them yesterday and have never seem them before. It looks like the local DAR had them made as a fundraiser. Each doll is in its original packaging and have not been opened. The blue paper at the top offers each lady's biography. The dolls and the inaugural dresses are on the front of each, but you can turn the package over and there's another costume -- two sheets per package. The ladies are as follows: Caroline Scott Harrison, Julia Dent, Grant; Edith Kermit Carow Roosevelt; Florence Kling Harding ; Eleanor Roosevelt; Mamie Doud Eisenhower; Nancy Davis Reagan; and Barbara Pierce Bush. There's also a desciption of "THE DRESs" at the bottom of each. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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France Illustration Magazine July, 1948
5 France Illustration Magazine July, 1948
Paris Revue Hebdomadaire 1948 soft cover Very good 
Very large magazine measuring 11"x15", published in Paris in the FRENCH Language. The cover photo shows a scene from the United States Republican Convention in Philadelphia that year. The magazine was political, but it also discussed books, science, art, and cinema among other topics. The stories in this issue cover the politics Of Finland and their elections; Rouen, the tourist port on the Riviera; the ransom of liberty; the clouds of Cuba; electricity; and the Grand Week of a horse race. Magazine is clean and nice with no label. Only faults are a small tear to outer edge of front cover repaired by me at back with non-browning archival tape and a bit of light soil to back cover. OVERSEAS ORDERS WELCOME, but will require extra postage due to size. Contact me with destination for an exact quote. 
Price: 18.00 USD
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Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper March 16, 1889 (President  Harrison Inauguration. Sunday Drink Question. Anarchist Sunday Schools)
6 Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper March 16, 1889 (President Harrison Inauguration. Sunday Drink Question. Anarchist Sunday Schools)
Frank Leslie 1869 Vol. LXVIII, No. 1,748 soft cover Very Good condition 
This popular 19th century newspaper is quite large at 11" across and 16-1/2" tall. It appears to have been bound with other issues at one time, as there is one section at top which remains threaded. The cover depicts the swearing in of Honorable G. Blaine as Secretary of State. Harrison had just won the presidential election, so much ink was used discussing his inaugural address, his cabinet choices,settling in with his family in the White House, the departure of Grover Cleveland, and a picture of celebratory fireworks at the Washington Memorial. The other two things that jumped out were anarchist Sunday schools and the Sunday drink question which of course continued for decades. Newspaper is clean and has no tears. I have several others from the same year, so if you are looking for a specific issue let me know. It will arrive flat. Ships in the U.S. for $2. OVERSEAS ORDERS WELCOME, but please contact me with destination so I can supply an actual postage quote. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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Friday Magazine July 11, 1941 (Ann Sheridan, Windjammers, Poll Tax, Sorcery)
7 Friday Magazine July 11, 1941 (Ann Sheridan, Windjammers, Poll Tax, Sorcery)
New York City Friday Inc. 1941 Volume 2, number 23 soft cover Good-plus 
Beautiful cover art featuring the lovely actress, Ann Sheridan. The magazine is not too common and is clean and tightly bound, though it does have a few faults. I repaired the spine at top and bottom and a few tiny edge tears at back with almost invisible archival tape which is holding well. The only ther is a bit of brownign to lower back cover (see photo). Magazien is huge at 10-1/2" x 13-1/2". Story topics include Ann sheridan, FDR and poll tax, windjammers, guerilla doctors of Shensi, and sorcery. 
Price: 18.00 USD
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Just A Few Easy Questions A Look At Federal Grand Juries (Edge City Comix, 1975)
8 Just A Few Easy Questions A Look At Federal Grand Juries (Edge City Comix, 1975)
Edge City Comix 1975 soft cover Good-plus Jackrabbit, Kate 
Rarely do you see these underground comics from the 1970's, but here we have one and tightly bound and with no names or writing. The area by the spine is rubbed a little and there is some light creasing to cover corners, but the inside pages are pristine. The cover is colorful -- the comic is in black and white. It was put together with the help of the San Francisco National Lawyers Guild in an effort to educate people in the mechanics of the legal system with a radical edge. At the back of the text is an article entitled Our Constitutional Rights by Clayton Van Lydegraf from a statement read before the San Francisco Grand Jury, January-February, 1973. Measures 7"x8-1/2" and has 24 pages. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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Ken Magazine July, 28, 1938   (Ernest Hemingway Boxing,   Germans in South Tyrol, FDR as Counter-Revolutionary)
9 Ken Magazine July, 28, 1938 (Ernest Hemingway Boxing, Germans in South Tyrol, FDR as Counter-Revolutionary)
1938 Vol. 2. No. 2 soft cover Very good condition 
Ken magazine launched on April 7, 1938 via the founders of Esquire, but it lasted just a scant two years with two issues a month. It was political and controversial, so much so that Ernest Hemingway stopped writing for it after 14 issues. The magazine is oversized at 10" x 13-1/2" with 86 pages. This issue has a boxing article by Hemingway titled My Pal The Gorilla Gargantua. The cover story is Austrians In All But Name, a criticsm of the Reich for failing Germans of the South Tyrol. Other stories include Roosevelt as counter-revolutionary; water pollution in Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, and St. Louis; and how a white man almost hung for killing a Black man. There's also many wonderful full page photographs and many features. I have many of these magazines, so if you don't see the one you want inquire and I'll see if I have it. OVERSEAS ORDERS WELCOME, but please contact us with destination for an exact shipping quote. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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Letters SIGNED Senator Robert A. Taft, OH; Congressman Reid F. Murray, WI (1945)
10 Letters SIGNED Senator Robert A. Taft, OH; Congressman Reid F. Murray, WI (1945)
Ohio and Wisconsin 1945 Good condition 
Two letters about a minor matter brought with them a signature from Ohio Senator Robert A. Taft and longtime Congressman, Reid F. Murray. Both were Republicans trying to meet a request from a couple, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Niss of Bellville, Ohio. Murray received a letter from a Milwaukee attorney seeking a copy of the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture 1938 Yearbook titled "Soils and Men" for a Mr. & Mrs. Elmer Niss who had moved to Bellville, Ohio. Murray responded saying he would ask Sen. Taft. Taft wrote the couple saying he had no more copies. Under his signature though is written "Got 1938 Yearbook for Reid F. Murray", but it's not in Taft's writing -- likely a secretary. The two letters on government stationery are well-kept, but Murray is the better of the two. The Taft shows a few creases, toning to edges and a couple stains at top from a paperclip. Both show an indentation to upper right corner from a clip of some sort. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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Liberty Magazine Sept. 8, 1934 (Erle Stanley Gardner)
11 Liberty Magazine Sept. 8, 1934 (Erle Stanley Gardner)
New York Liberty Publishing Corporation 1934 soft cover Good 
Magazine isn't perfect, but what a find to see a short story, The Case of the Curious Bride, by Erle Stanley Gardner at the very back. He's not even on the cover! But Gardner's here and the story features one of his most popular characters -- Perry Mason. It's also nicely illustrated in vintage 30's style. The other interesting note is a rebuttal about women's intelligence by the novelist Kathleen Norris. The magazine is clean and tightly bound but shows small chips to bottom edge and a few tiny edge tears to outer side edges which I have repaired with very small pieces of invisible archival tape. Pages have toned evenly, but there is some foxing to the outer side edge of the front cover. Magazine measures 8-1/2"x11" and has 62 pages. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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Liberty; A Magazine of Religious Freedom (First Quarter 1912)
12 Liberty; A Magazine of Religious Freedom (First Quarter 1912)
Washington D.C. The Religious Liberty Association 1912 Vol. VII, No. 1 soft cover Good-plus 
Were it not for an old price sticker which damaged a small area between the T and Y at the top of the title on front cover, this magazine would be very good. It measures 6-1/2"x9-1/2" and remains relevant to our times. It's illustrated throughout and covers myriad articles including: The Freedom of the Press Endangered; A Visit to a Dutch Prison; Increasing Church Attendance By Law; James Madison on a Modern Problem; An Inadequate Remedy for Religious Intolerance; Should the State Teach Religion?; Fundamental Principles of Religious Liberty; Spain and Religious Liberty; and America a Beacon-Light to the Nations. There's also two articles on temperance and editorials covering the church in politics, Cardinal Gibbons on church and state; Teddy Roosevelt on liberty and much more. 48 pages. 
Price: 18.00 USD
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McCall's Magazine November, 1940 (Ku Klux Klan, Lenore Mattingly Weber)
13 McCall's Magazine November, 1940 (Ku Klux Klan, Lenore Mattingly Weber)
New York McCall Corporation 1940 
Did you grow up reading the Beany Malone books? If so, the author, Lenore Mattingly Weber, is in this issue with a short story. Her name jumped right off the cover for me! Other items of interest are an article about the actvities of the Ku Klux Klan, a story by John P. Marquand, and preparations for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Oh, and of course those elegant fashion plates. The magazine is clean and tightly bound with a small tear to top and bottom of spine, both of which I repaired with almost invisible archival tape. Other than that there's a few tiny bits of edge wear and mild soil to light portions of front and back. I did, however, clean it with a document pad. The magazine is oversized at 11" x 13-3/4" and has 146 pages. Shios for $2 in the U.S. 
Price: 18.00 USD
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Nixon-Lodge Volunteers of New Jersey: Nixon 1960 Campaign Booklet
14 Nixon-Lodge Volunteers of New Jersey: Nixon 1960 Campaign Booklet
New Jersey Nixon-Lodge Volunteers of New Jersey 1960 Card cover Very good condition 
Very clean and tightly bound booklet with 34 counted pages and many photographs. Measures 8-1/2" x 11" and has no specific title. Above the photo on the front cover there is a quote which reads, "There is no man in the history of America who has had such a careful preparation as has Vice President Nixon for carrying out the duties of the Presidency." Copntents includes a Nixon Creed, an approval statement from Dwight Eisenhower, Nixon's eight years of preparation and ten "compelling reasons to vote for him." 
Price: 15.00 USD
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Official Program Twelfth Biennial Convention Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America Atlantic City, New Jersey 1938
15 Official Program Twelfth Biennial Convention Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America Atlantic City, New Jersey 1938
U.S.A. Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America 1938 Card cover Very good condition 
Very nice clean program with just two very tiny tears to top edge of front cover.It says on the bottom of that cover that it's a delegate's memo book and as such offers blank pages for notes on one side of the pages and information on the other. This delegate whose name is at the top -- Richard Wysocki -- did not write in it. In this case it would have been even better if he had. Nevertheless, early union material is always a great find. This program measures 4" x 9-1/4". 
Price: 25.00 USD
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Picture Scoop Magazine October, 1942 (1st Issue)
16 Picture Scoop Magazine October, 1942 (1st Issue)
New York Picture Scoop Inc. 1942 Vol. I, No. 1 soft cover Very Good 
This isn't a magazine you see too often, but it's a lot of fun to read. It's big one too, measuring 10x1/2" x 13-1/2" with lots of different types of stories and many, many photographs which catch the spirit of the 40's. Some stand-out stories include: a serious piece titled "Should We Draft Labor?"; Gerald L.K. Smith, successor to Father Coughlin; How To Win An Army Commission; The Story of Uncle Sam; Pleasure and Patriotism at New York's Stork Club; and Fashion with Jane Russell. There's also Hitler jokes by Danny Kaye and others. Magazine is clean and nice save one small light stain to front cover. Tightly bound and no label. 
Price: 28.00 USD
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Political Ephemera Richard Nixon 1968 Election (7 items)
17 Political Ephemera Richard Nixon 1968 Election (7 items)
Various 1968 soft cover Very Good 
Here we have a collection of seven political ephemera items printed for the 1968 re-election campaign of Richard Nixon. The star piece is the cardboard audio record which contains excerpts (in his voice) taken from his nomination acceptance speech August 8, 1968. Next up is a color postcard (unused)showing the Nixon family in a happy moment. And then we have a clipboard sponsored by Newsweek for delegates which contains several unused 1968 Republican Convention Score Cards for Republican Candidates. There's also a blank piece of Ohio for Nixon letterhead and three brochures -- Re-elect the President, For a Better America (full color and larger when opened, and an Inaugural Souvenir. 
Price: 24.00 USD
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Political Poster Charles E. Hughes for President; Frank B. Willis for Governor; Myron T. Herrick for Senator (Republicans, 1916)
18 Political Poster Charles E. Hughes for President; Frank B. Willis for Governor; Myron T. Herrick for Senator (Republicans, 1916)
Columbus, Ohio The Ohio Republican State Executive Committee (1916) 1916 Good condition 
This is a graphically appealing poster with three Republican candidates on the same poster running for three offices in 1916. One won and the other two lost. Charles E. Hughes lost his bid for the presidency when Woodrow Wilson won the popular vote with 600,000 votes and a squeaky win in the electoral vote. The winner was Frank B. Willis for Ohio governor who later became a senator from 1921-28. Myron T. Herrick lost his bid for the Senate, but served as an ambassador to France from 1912-14 and later from 21-29 The poster measures 14" high and 20-1/2" tall. There is one tear from the right edge to Herrick's oval "frame. It was taped at reverse side by previous owner and is closed. The only other problem is a few tiny chips to bottom edge. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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Postcard President McKinley Home Canton, Ohio  Mrs. McKinley (1903 Unused)
19 Postcard President McKinley Home Canton, Ohio Mrs. McKinley (1903 Unused)
Canton, Ohio C.C. Dueble 1903 Very Good 
Very handsome collectible postcard showing the Canton, Ohio home of President McKinley. The small photo inset at upper right corner shows the image of Mrs. McKinley. The card is actually dated 1903, which is good because it is unused -- no mesages, no postmark. President William McKinley was assasinated in 1901, two years before the card's publication. 
Price: 14.95 USD
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Postcard Sword and Pen Home of Abraham Lincolm (1909)
20 Postcard Sword and Pen Home of Abraham Lincolm (1909)
New York and Berlin International Art Publishing Company 1909 Very Good condition 
This is a beautifully designed card with much use of gilt and strong graphic images with Lincoln's home centered in a frame presided over by an angel. It's very clean and nice with just a couple pinhead sized spots of wear to top edge. The card has been sent in the mail and shows a postmark from a small town in Ohio on Feb. 12, 1909 and sent to Harrison County, Ohio. The message reads, "Lincoln's Birthday. Compliments from your nephew and grandson Harry G. Byden, Jewett, Ohio. For Aunt Lydia and Grandmmother." Card will arrive in brand new plastic sleeve 
Price: 12.95 USD
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