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21 LINCOLN CENTER THEATER REVIEW The Invention of Love (Spring 2001 Issue Number 28)
New York, NY Lincoln Center Theater 2001 First Edition Softcover 
This is a softcover periodical from 2001 (Spring Number 28) - 18 pages in stiff wrapper covers with a stapled binding. Tight, bright, crisp, and clean - it would be considered in fine condition except for a spot on the rear cover where a small circular sticker was removed and affected the top paper layer of the cover. There is a photograph on the cover by Wilhem Con Gloeden. Articles include A. E. Housman's Diary, June 1891; A Conversation with Tom Stoppard, A Romance with the Classics; The Invention of Love: The Poems and more. Authors mentioned include Arnold Weinstein, Anne Carson, Bob Crowley, Erich Segal. Well cared for. ; 4to; 18 pages 
Price: 22.00 USD
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22 MAKING ROOM: WOMEN AND ARCHITECTURE Heresies II
New York, NY Heresies:a Feminist Publication 1963 First Edition Softcover 
This is Volume 3 of Heresies II. Number 3. 1981. It is a 94 page periodical with 2 additional pages for advertising. There are approximately 43 female writer contributions. Some article titles are: The Woman's Commonwealth: A Nineteenth-Century Experiment, Cubes in Sahara, The Bessie Smith Memorial Dance Hall located somewhere in Harlem, Lilly Reich. There are photos in black and white and some diagrams and lay-outs. The periodical is in very good condition. A tight binding, no creases on the spine, but there is a faint touch of darkening. The covers and interior are clean, except for two light spots on the front cover. There are no marks or writing. Well cared for, in general. There is an ISSN number of 0146-3411.; No 3; 4to; 94 pages 
Price: 17.90 USD
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23 MODERN FICTION STUDIES A Critical Quarterly
Lafayette, IN Purdue University 1969 First Edition Softcover Near Fine with no dust jacket  
Near fine softcover. Hint of sunning on the spine. TIght, bright, clean. Summer edition. A Tribute to Alan Swallow. With studies of James, Conrad, Faulkner, Steinbeck, Twain, Woolf, Lagerkvist, Dreiser, Thoreau. ; Number 2; 8vo  
Price: 16.00 USD
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24 MYSTERY WRITERS OF AMERICA (ANNUAL) Edgar Allan Poe Awards Dinner (Fiftieth Anniversary 1995)
Mystery Writers Of America 1995 First Edition Softcover Near Fine Illustrated by Edward Gorey 
This is a softcover book in honor of the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Edgar Allan Poe Awards Dinner (1995) . It is in black and white with an Edward Gorey cover. There are phots of past Presidents (authors) ; introductions by Sue Grafton and Walter Mosley, an article about Ngaio Marsh; articles by Phyllis A. Whitney, Mary Higgin Clark, Carol Higgins Clark, and many, many more. Nominees for awards and early Winners are listed, plus a Memoram page. There are plenty of advertisements with author photos and book cover images. The book is in near fine condition. Tight binding. No creases on the spine, or covers, or pages. No marks, no writing. No tears, no chips. Clean. There is very faint loss of color on the black background on the spine. Barely noticeable. Crisp - well cared for. Editor: P. M. ( Pat) Carlson. ; 4to; 80 pages 
Price: 39.00 USD
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25 PARTISAN REVIEW September-October 1951
New York, NY Foundation For Cultural Projects 1951 Softcover Very Good with no dust jacket  
Softcover magazine containing The Jail by Faulkner, Czeslaw Milosz, Andre Malraus, Lionel Trilling, James Burnham, Hans Meyerhoff. Magazine has a solid binding with a few spots on covers, a former owner name in green pencil on cover, a small tear, and a near pinpoint size puncture that has left an impression on several pages, and a trace of erasure on an interior page. ; Number 5; 8vo  
Price: 24.00 USD
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26 PLAYBILL Happy Birthday with Helen Hayes by Anita Loos a Rodgers and Hammerstein Production
New York, NY Playbill Inc. 1947 Softcover Very Good with no dust jacket  
This is a paper covered magazine issued for the play, Happy Birthday starring Hellen Hayes. The play is a comedy by Anita Loos and a Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein production. It was directed by Joshua Logan and . Presented at the Broadhurst Theatre in New York in the week beginning Monday, November 10, 1947. The Playbill is 40 pages. There is a portrait of Hayes on the cover. The condition is very good - clean, tight binding, no creases, however there Is a discoloring starting on the cover. The advertisements are terrific, including one for Arrow shirts that appears to have been drawn by Al Hirschfield. ; 8vo  
Price: 9.00 USD
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27 POETRY
Chicago, IL Poetry 1950 First Edition Softcover 
This is a softcover magazine from 1950 (Volume 75, No. 4 January) . The authors - artists featured on the cover are John Berryman, Catherine davis, Richard Eberhart, Dudley Pitts, Paul Goodman, Hoarace Gregory, Frank Jones, William Jay SMith, Allen Tate, Eliseo Vivas.. The magazine is in near good condition - tight, bright, but with a word written on the cover and some faint shelf soil . There are some chekc marks on the table of contents . Clean and crisp interior. It covers pages 187 through 248. There are four clippings of poems laid in with some offsetting on the page where inserted. There are some black and white toned photographs and some advertisements are in the rear. ; No 4 January 1950; Vol. 75; 8vo  
Price: 15.00 USD
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28 POETRY
Chicago, IL Poetry 1968 First Edition Softcover 
This is a softcover magazine from 1968 (Volume 111, No. 5 February) . The first three featured artists on the cover are James Wright, Peter Redgrove, James Schuyler. There are three first appearances - Michael Harper, Dick Gallup, Iven Lourie. The magazine is in near fine condition - tight, bright, clean on the covers and the interior. It covers pages 283 through 346.; No 5 February 1968; Vol. 111; 8vo  
Price: 15.00 USD
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29 POETRY
Chicago, IL Poetry 1948 First Edition Softcover 
This is a softcover magazine from 1948 (Volume 72, No. 2 November) . The authors - artists featured on the cover are William Jay Smith, Alfred Hayes, Archibald Macleish, and Israel Newman.. The cover of the magazine is in fair condition - there is some discoloration and a word written on the cover and light shelf soil.. There are some chekc marks on the table of contents . Clean and crisp interior. It covers pages 63 through 124. There are several clippings of poems laid in. There are some black and white toned photographs and some advertisements are in the rear. ; No 2 November 1948; Vol. 73; 8vo  
Price: 15.00 USD
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30 PUBLIC OPINION The News of the World Weekly Magazine (3 Editions from 1904)
New York, NY The Public Opinion Company 1904 Magazine 
This offering includes three magazines from 1904 - all from Volume 36: Nbr 4, January 28; Nbr 12, March 24; Nbr 13, March 31. Some of the article featured on the covers are: Worst City in the World? Phildelphia or Chicago; State of Affairs in Russia The Thibet (Tibet) Mystery; Latest Wonder of Science Blondlot or N-Rays; Is the Church Capitalistic; The Lot of American Singers Their Trials and Rewards; The Diseases of Metals. The magazine covers domestic and foreign news, sociology, science, letters and art, religious. There are cartoons, some photos, many advertisements. The magazines would be considered very good if not for the spines which show some wear. Generally clean covers and interior pages. No marks, no writing, no chips or creases. ; 8vo 
Price: 22.00 USD
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31 SHORT WAVE CRAFT The Radio Experimenter's Magazine
New York, NY Popular Book Corporation 1930 First Edition Softcover 
This is a magazine about hort wave radio - Volume 1, Number 3, October-Nove mber of 1930 - it is the third issue of this magazine which was started in 1930. Hugo Gernsback, Editor and H. Winfield Secor as Managing Editor. They used sequential paging - this issue covers pages 179 through 256. It is on an inexpensive paper, but the interior is in good condition and it is profusely illustrated with photos and diagrams. Featured authors mentioned on the Table of Contents page include an Ardenne, Hertzberg, Hatry, Dr. Fuchs, Tanner, Randon. The articles are divided into Featured, Short Waves for the Broadcast Listener, Short Wave Receivers, Short Wave Transmitters, Television and Pitcure Transmission, Miscellaneous. The interior is in very good condition. There is a faint former owner name in the margin of the first page. No marks or writing. The cover is present. There is some overall smudging - mostly on the back cover which has a white background. There is a little wear to the corners and there is a little paper missing from the spine - now restored with a matching shade of off white paper. The binding is tight. Tall, wide, will be carefully packaged with attention to the age and vulnerability of using newspaper type paper for the contents and art style card stock for the cover. ; No. 3; Vol. 1; 4to 
Price: 22.00 USD
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32 TEACHING THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY: SIX COURSES
Winston-salem, SC Wake Forest University 2001 Softcover Fine  
This is a softcover book in fine condition - very clean with a tight binding -crisp - appears to be unread. Articles by James E. Evans, Jenn Fishman, Lisa M. Zaitz, Michael Burden, Shari Evans and Mary Rooks, Mary Trouille; Vol. 8; 8vo  
Price: 14.00 USD
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33 THE CENTENNIAL REVIEW
East Lansing Michigan State University Press 1969 First Edition Softcover Fine with no dust jacket 
Fine softcover book is tight, bright, clean. Whitish grey background is as new. Interior clean. Article about Kawabata and much more. ; No 4; 8vo 
Price: 15.00 USD
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34 THE CRITIC AND LITERARY WORLD
Winston-salem, SC G. P. Putnam's Sons 1906 Softcover 
This is a softcover illustrated literary magazine from 1906 - Volume 48, No. 4. The covers are in fair condition and the contents are very good. The illustrations are black and white. There are many advertisements. Articles are about Lafacadio Hearn, Goethe, Mme. De Stael, J. M. Barrie, plus poems and many other articles. ; No 4; Vol. 48; 8vo  
Price: 14.00 USD
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35 THE EDWARD MACDOWELL ASSOCIATION, INCORPORTED Report for the Years 1922 through 1931
New York, NY Edward MacDowoll Association 1922 First Edition Hardcover 
This is an ex-library series of yearly report bound in a library cloth cover. Hardback. Each report is about 40 pages. There is a title and call number in gilt on the spine. There is a library stamp in the upper left corner of the cover of each report. There is a library stamp on the bottom edges and a label and stamp on the front end papers. Otherwise, tight bright, crisp, clean. There are a few photos of buildings and houses in each report. ; 8vo 
Price: 45.00 USD
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36 THE INTERNATIONAL ENGINEER A Magazine of Technical Progress
Washington, D. C. The International Engineer 1952 First Edition Magazine Very Good+ with no dust jacket  
Magazine of engineering. Bright, clean, intact paper covered magazine on plain paper and with black and white illustrations. Feature article is on Earth-Moving Engeineers in Korea. Ot hers on atomic energy, boiler feed pumps, boilers. ; No 6; Vol. 95; 4to  
Price: 15.00 USD
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37 THE LITERARY NORTHWEST September 1892
St. Paul, MN The Literary Northwest 1892 First Edition Softcover 
This is a softcover periodical that was published in St. Paul, MN (with a Representative in New York - Richmond & Walling. As Volume II, Number 1 of this short lived periodical, the pages start with 1. There are 72 pages that are untrimmed - the binding is stapled in signatures/gatherings that are uncut. The condition is good - the paper cover in a grey shade with decoration and shows that some thought was given to font design. The soft paper covers have some spotting and a scuffed fold for the spine - a chip in the upper right corner (about 1/4" in from the corner) , some creasing at the bottom corner, plus a small chip and two short closed tears on the rear cover. The interior pages are in very good condition except for a little dis-coloration at the untrimmed fore edges. There are no marks or writing. There are many article titles and authors in the Contents on the front corner. The titles of the articles that show up in the uncut version are: Aspect of the Labor Question by J. G. Pyle of the Pioneer Press; The Opposition of the Planet Mars - Corrigan, ex-astronomer of the USN; Shelliana by Mary F. Severance; Two Studies in English Literature by John A. Hartigan; Wit by Van Bibber; New Books (review) . Some of the signatures start with poems - not listed here. There are three and 1/2 pages of advertising at the rear of the magazine and the reverse side on the back cover. Many of the ads are institutes of education - U of Minnesota (free tuition at the School of Agrilcuture) , Carleton, Shattuck School, the Hardy School in Duluth, plus other ads.. ; Number 1; Vol. 11; 8vo; 72 pages 
Price: 45.00 USD
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38 THE PARIS REVIEW Interview Prose Poetry Art
New York, NY The Paris Review 1972 First Edition Softcover 
This is a sorftcover periodical - Winter 1972. Contains 'Elegy for Neal Cassidy' by Allen Ginsberg and an Interview with John Berryman 'The Art of Poetry XVI' . Contributors in this issue - John Ashbery, Kenneth Bernard, Lou Reed, David Shapiro, Ted Berrigan and more. The book is in good condition. There is a spot on the front edges at the bottom of the book, a slight crease on the lower front cover. The interior and covers are quite clean. There is a hint of darkening on the spine. No marks or writing. No underlining. No wear or tears. Classic early 70's. The editors at the time were Plimpton, Matthiessen, Silvers, Fuller, Hall, Ardery, Gtoffsky. ; 8vo; 208 pages 
Price: 19.00 USD
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39 THE REVIEW OF REVIEWS April 1894 Monthly Illustrated Magazine Including Tuskegee Plan
New York, NY The Review Of Reviews & Co. 1894 First Edition Softcover 
This is the periodical The Review of Reviews, Volume IX, Number4, for April of 1894 - three articles are featured on the cover: Negro Progress on the Tuskegee Plan (8 pages) ; The Three English Liberal Leaders: Gladstone, Rosebery, Harcourt; American and International Topics of the Day. The pagination is mixed - predominantly pp 387 through 512 with lower numbers bound in preceeding and following the serial numbers. The magazine has numerous pages of advertising in black and white. The gatherings for the last third of the pages are uncut. The softcover have a little bit of scuffing on the spine - a chip at the top and a crease at the rear that also affects a few pages. The interior pages are clean. The binding is tight. There are no marks or writing. There are many illustrations in a weak inked half tone imaging process. Many of the ads are illustrated. This issue was edited by W. T. Stead. The magazine was promoted as being simultaneously published in the U S and Great Britain . ; Number 4; Small 4to 
Price: 19.00 USD
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40 THE SKETCH Christmas Number 1959
London 1959 Magazine Very Good with no dust jacket 
1959 British Magazine with illustrations, articles, fiction, cartoons, theatre and tv news, and advertisements concentrating on Christmas. There is a center double spread drawing of a fox hunt by Thelwell and a four page cartoon type depiction of Christmas - on Mars, traditional, modern, and in the supermarket by four different artists. There is an article on the Regency Brighton. ; 4to; 59 pages 
Price: 25.00 USD
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