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Littell's Living Age (36 issues)

By: E. Littel & Co

Price: $64.94

Publisher: Boston, E. Littel & Co: 1855

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 41999


Thirty-six individual issues of Littell's Living Age in original pictorial wrappers. Wrappers are chipped and toned. There are a few volumes ( View more info

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The Simple Speller and Gridiron Dikshunary being a kompilation of wordz now properly spelt for the first time in history with their korrekt definishunz : to which are appended wize sayingz uv all ajez

By: Gridiron Club, Washington D.C.

Price: $99.99

Publisher: Washington DC, Printed for the Gridiron Club by W.F. Roberts Co.: 1906

Edition: First Edition; First Printing

Seller ID: 42040


42 pages; Publisher's slate grey cloth backed with white cloth, minor soiling and toning to the white cloth portion. The Gridiron Club, founded in 1885, is an association of Washington DC, journalists. Membership is limited and strictly by invitation only. Since 1885, its annual white-tie formal dinner has been attended at least once by each U.S. President in office during the club's long history --(with the exception of Grover Cleveland). In recent times, the Gridi... View more info

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Littell's Living Age [Cornelius Vanderbilt Jr.'s copy] No. 1428 - October 21, 1871

By: Littell, Eliakim ; (editor)

Price: $49.94

Publisher: Boston, Littell & Gay: 1871

Seller ID: 39244


34 pages; An issue of the long-running and successful American magazine 'Littell's Living Age' -- which ran from 1844-1941. Bound volumes of Littell's are comparatively common -- this is a single issue in the original wrappers which contains wood-engraved small representations of twenty contemporary American and British magazines and journals -- (from which 'Littell's Living Age' extracted content every week). The wrappers are intact, but a bit scrappy at the lower edg... View more info

PRESIDENTIAL TELEVISION {SIGNED by author]

By: Minow, Newton N. ; John Bartlow Martin ; Lee M. Mitchell; [ W. Willard Wirtz ]

Price: $34.94

Publisher: New York, Basic Books, Inc.: 1973

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 41207


Autograph; 232 pages; Inscribed and Signed by Newton Minow on ffep to W. Willard Wirtz, Secretary of Labor for the last year of President Kennedy's administration and during President Lyndon Johnson 's administration and a speech writer for Adlai Stevenson during his presidential campaign. Clean and tight in original gray cloth in dustjacket. Newton Norman Minow (born January 17, 1926) is an American attorney and former Chairman of the Federal Communications Commissio... View more info

EQUAL TIME The Private Broadcaster and the Public Interest

By: Minow, Newton N. ; [ SIGNED ] ; Lawrence Laurent ; [ W. Willard Wirtz ]

Price: $34.94

Publisher: New York, Atheneum: 1964

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 41206


Autograph; 316 pages; Inscribed and Signed by the author on ffep to Bill Wirtz -- W. Willard Wirtz, Secretary of Labor for the last year of President Kennedy's administration and during President Lyndon Johnson 's administration. Clean and tight in original tan cloth in dustjacket with some wear. Newton Norman Minow (born January 17, 1926) is an American attorney and former Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission. His speech referring to television as a &#... View more info

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VARIOUS VIEWS

By: Payne, William Morton

Price: $9.94

Publisher: Chicago, A. C. McClurg: 1902

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 41294


279 pages; Clean and tight in original navy blue cloth binding with lettering and decorative in gilt in a pattern of stylized acorns. A beautifully bound and interesting collection of essays on various topics: The Hugo Centenary, Alexander the Great, Shakespeare in France, International Amity, Hero-Worship, Duties of Authors, Architecture of the Mind, Revival of Romance, The Great American Novel, Newspaper Science, The decay of American Journalism, The New Patriotic Imp... View more info

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LITTLE LEADERS

By: Payne, William Morton

Price: $9.94

Publisher: Chicago, A. C. McClurg: 1902

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 41295


278 pages; Clean and tight in original lovely navy blue cloth binding with lettering and decorative in gilt in a pattern of stylized acorns. Stamp on tp "The Property of the Franklin Typographical Society." In this work Payne give us an interesting collection of essays on various topics divided into three sections: Literature and Criticism, Education, and In Memorium. Essays includ: The Ibsen Legend, The Writer and His Hire, Anonymity in LIterary Criticism, The... View more info

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THE SAINT ALBANS NEWS Volume XXXIV, Numbers 1-12

By: St. Albans School ; Alfred Friendly, Jr. (editor)

Price: $84.94

Publisher: Washington, DC:, St. Albans School: 1954

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 39945


52 pages; A run of all twelve issues of the Saint Albans News for the 1954-1955 academic year bound in tan boards with a blue cloth spine and gilt lettering at front board. Contents in very nice condition, clean and tight; the boards have some fading and stains. The Saint Albans News, the official student publication of St. Albans School, was founded in 1930 making it one of the oldest student newspapers in the country. Among the notable students of St. Albans are Al Go... View more info

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THE SAINT ALBANS NEWS Volume XL, Numbers 1-9 (1960-1961)

By: St. Albans School ; David L. Scull; Donald E. Graham

Price: $89.94

Publisher: Washington, DC:, St. Albans School: 1960

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 39947


38 pages; A run of all nine issues of the Saint Albans News for the 1960-1961 academic year bound in tan boards with a blue cloth spine and gilt lettering at front board. Endpapers have red markings, but all contents in very nice condition, clean and tight; the boards have some fading and stains. The Saint Albans News, the official student publication of St. Albans School, was founded in 1930 making it one of the oldest student newspapers in the country. Among the notab... View more info

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THE SAINT ALBANS NEWS Volume XXXV, Numbers 1-12

By: St. Albans School ; Jonathan Friendly (editor)

Price: $84.94

Publisher: Washington, DC:, St. Albans School: 1955

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 39946


50 pages; A run of all twelve issues of the Saint Albans News for the 1955-1956 academic year bound in tan boards with a blue cloth spine and gilt lettering at front board. Contents in very nice condition, clean and tight; the boards have some fading and stains. Inscribed on ffep and signed by W. Stanfield Johnson (News Editor) and J. Kirkwood White (Lower School Editor). The Saint Albans News, the official student publication of St. Albans School, was founded in 1930... View more info

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ASTIR - A Publisher's Life-Story

By: Thayer, John Adams ; [SIGNED]

Price: $29.94

Publisher: Boston, Small, Maynard & Company: 1910

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 41725


Autograph; 302 pages; Inscribed and SIGNED by the AUTHOR on ffep -- "To Louis A. Coolidge / A co-worker on / newspaper days / With the compliments of / John Adams Thayer / New York / January 10, 1911" OCLC: 302453 Clean and tight in original brown cloth binding with decorative stamping in gilt and red and lettering in gilt at spine and front cover. According to a contemporary review in the New York Times: "The book is one of those illuminated parables of... View more info

Women's Work in the Middle Ages in The Atlantic Monthly September 1866

By: Unknown Author

Price: $19.94

Publisher: Boston, Ticknor and Fields: 1866

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 42001


Vol. 18, No. 107; 15 pages; This 15 page, double column article on Women's Work in the Middle Ages is offerred in the complete September 1866 issue of The Atlantic Monthly devoted to Literature, Science, Art and Politics. The wrappers are somewhat toned/dusty and the fore-edges are mildly curled, otherwise contents are clean and secure. Other articles in this issue include "The Surgeon's Assistant," "University Reform," The Bobolinks," "Lake... View more info

The Darwinian Theory in The Atlantic Monthly October 1866

By: Unknown Author

Price: $19.94

Publisher: Boston, Ticknor and Fields: 1866

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 42002


Vol. 18, No. 108; 11 pages; This 11 page, double column article on Darwinism is offerred in the complete October 1866 issue of The Atlantic Monthly devoted to Literature, Science, Art and Politics. The wrappers are somewhat toned/dusty and the fore-edges are curled, otherwise contents are clean and secure. Other articles in this issue include "The Norman Conquest," "Various Aspects of the Woman Question," "The Novels of George Eliot," and &... View more info

Borneo and Rajah Brooke in The Atlantic Monthly December 1866

By: Unknown Author

Price: $14.94

Publisher: Boston, Ticknor and Fields: 1866

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 42003


Vol. 18, No. 110; 16 pages; This 16 page, double column article on Borneo and Rajah Brooke is offerred in the complete December 1866 issue of The Atlantic Monthly devoted to Literature, Science, Art and Politics. The wrappers are somewhat toned/dusty and the fore-edges are curled, otherwise contents are clean and secure. Other articles in this issue include "The Sword of Bolivar," "The Fall of Austria," "My Heathen at Home," "Through Broad... View more info

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THE PLUME: A Tuft of Literary Feathers

By: Warland, John H.

Price: $94.94

Publisher: Boston, Benjamin B. Mussey: 1847

Seller ID: 41722


311 pages; Wright 2670. Quite a nice example. Clean and tight in original brown cloth binding with gilt lettering at spine and decorative blindstamping to boards; humourous frontispiece illustration. Small chip to cloth at top corner of spine, rubbed at lover corner of front board, light scattered foxing. OCLC: 2919711 An anthology of more than fifty pieces by Warland - both prose and poetry. John H. Warland (1807-1872) was a native of Cambridge, Mass., and a graduate ... View more info

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Corrected Proofs

By: Weld, H. Hastings

Price: $124.94

Publisher: Boston, Russell, Shattuck & Co.: 1836

Edition: First Edition; First Printing

Seller ID: 41721


261 & [1, errata] pages; Publisher's binding: an unusual medium brown cloth with fine vertical ribbing and an all-over pattern of mixed symbol-like design. The covers each have an elaborate decorative frame impressed in blind, the spine has the title stamped in gilt in all capital letters. Plain endpapers, wood-engraved vignette (the author?) on title page depicting an editor holding a sheet titled "Corrected Proofs", just off the press. A well-preserved copy... View more info