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New York, NY Promenade Magazines, Inc. 1952 Softcover 
This is a monthly magazine of the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York. This is the May 1952 edition. Volume 18, number 11. The actress featured on the cover is Julie Harris who was starring in the play I Am A Camera at this time and place - May 1952, New York City at the Empire Theatre. The magazine is designed to appeal to hotel guests and let them know what is going on in the theatre and around the city. Theatre is featured heavily and this issue includes horse trotting, Freedom Fete in Paris, the tailor made man, plus teas, wine, spirits. The magazine is filled with full page and part page advertising - Rheingold Extra Dry, Saks, Bergdorf-Goodman, Lord & Taylor, Belmont Park, Joseph Halpert, Henri Bendel, B. Altman, and many, many more. The magazine is 11 1/2" x 8 1/2" with 48 pages, in part color and mostly black and white. The stapled binding is tight, however, there is a slight ripple in the paper near the stapled center. The covers and interior or clean with a slight rubbing to the color layer of the paper. Two tiny creases on the rear, bottom corner. ; Number 11; Vol. 18; 4to; 48 pages 
Price: 24.00 USD
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22 UNITED STATES CREAM SEPARATORS Vermont Farm Machine Company
Bellows Falls, VT Vermont Farm Machine Company 1914 Softcover Very Good with no dust jacket 
Softcover catalog of cream separators. Quality half tone photographs and drawings of products and factories. In addition to the catalog items, including parts, there are articles on world records, competitions, prizes, and how-to information. Thirty nine pages. Clean, very good, condition, but with some pencil prices written at the bottom of some pages. Catalog includes a separate piece of paper with 1914 prices. ; 8vo 
Price: 35.00 USD
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Englewood Cliffs, NJ Volkswagen Of America, Inc. 1966 First Edition Softcover 
This is a softcover directory of the distributors and dealers of Volkswagens in 1966 listing dealers by state and city. Canada and Mexico are included. There is a pictorial cover. The interior is text only - all alphabetized. The booklet is firmly bound (staples) There is some rubbing on the cover and a smudge. The interior pages are all clean and without wear. Someone has written a one line note on the rear cover in pencil. (fyi- the telephone number for Volkswagen in New York was LAckawanna 4-8881) . There is a statement in small print on the first page that says that the preparation of the booklet was Aug 1, 1966.; 8vo  
Price: 28.00 USD
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New York, NY N.D. Softcover Near Fine  
This is a promotional booklet in a soft blue paper covers, bound in yarn. The booklet was issued to enlist students at the school located at West Fortieth in the Tilden Building in New York. The photos show various rooms in the school. The curriculum started with typing and stenography, then courses in accounting, correspondence, and social requirements were available so that women could fill advanced positions. The booklet describes advantages, types of positions available, course study, terms and tuition. ; 8vo; 24 pages  
Price: 25.00 USD
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25 Garcia Lorca, Federico and Denis Cannan PLAYBILLS: "THE HOUSE OF BERNARDA ALBA" AND "YOU AND YOUR WIFE" DUBLIN Dublin 1957
Playbills. Dublin. The items for sale are two Playbills for theatre performances at the Dublin Globe Theatre in Dublin in 1957. 1.) The House of Bernarda Alba by Federico Garcia Lorca - a drama about women in the villages of Spain in 1936. 2.) You and Your Wife by Denis Cannan - a modern comedy. Both playbills are one page folded and inserted in a heavier stock cover and stapled. The covers are beige/tan with red ink logos and printing. The rear and interior pages of the cover are printed. Each has a full page note about the authors and performances, plus advertising at the rear. The interior pages are printed on four panels - performance line-up and features, plus advertising . Both are crisp and clean without wear, but with a little darkening of the cover and dates the former owner attended the performances: 9/4/57 and 30/4/57, plus the owner name each - written on the rear cover, Well cared for. ; 8vo 
Price: 28.00 USD
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This is a Program from the February 13, 1962 performance by Holbrook at the Swasey Chapel, in Granville, Ohio. It was a benefit program to create a Scholarship in Theatre Arts at Denison University. The program is a single piece of a rectangular paper, folded twice to form six panels. It is 9 inches tall and 5 3/4 inches wide when folded. The autograph is to the right of a photo of Holbrook (36 years old) and above a photo of him made up as Twain. When opened the first page is a list of possible selections for the program. The second is background information about Holbrook and the purpose for this event. There are two pages of lists of donors to the scholarhsip. The back page is blank. There is a note that the idea for the Benefit program was his. He asked that all the proceeds go to establish the scholarship with interest from the principle to go to a student showing unusual dramatic talent. The list of selections has a clever note about why the program is tentative. And, there is a statement titled "Music". It says: "A trombone player was engaged, but is unreliable and should not be expected. " There is a tiny spot and a faint hint of a soft crease or two. Generally, well cared for. Holbrook graduated from Denison University. ; . 
Price: 175.00 USD
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27 Petersen, Gerald A. M. PENGOPIA II ANTHOLOGY
Santa Clara, CA Petersen Engineering Co. 1963 Hardcover Near Fine in Very Good dust jacket 
This appears to be a first edition. The is a hardcover book in a dust jacket. The book is tight, bright, very clean throughout, with no marks or writing. The dust jacket is unclipped and is equally clean. There is a touch of rubbing and corner wear with a short closed tear. The book has been well cared for. ; 8vo; 400 pages 
Price: 22.00 USD
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THE VAQUERO American Scene, Rossi, A
28 Rossi, A THE VAQUERO American Scene
Tulsa, OK The Thomas Gilcrease Institute Of American History And Art 1970 Softcover 
This is a softcover book - brochure published by The Thomas Gilcrease Institute of American History and Art, Tulsa Oklahoma. 18 pages on heavy paper. Tells history of the first cowboys -- the earliest men to work with cattle in Western North America. Illustrated with color and black and white reproductions of art from the Thomas Gilcrease collection. Features two full-color two-page spreads reproducing oil paintings by James Walker. Includes a number of illustrations of different saddle types. Near fine condition -- bright, crisp and clean with rich color. Corners are faintly rubbed. Perhaps never read. Measures 11 inches height x 8 1/2 inches width. ; 11" H x 8 1/2" W; 18 pages 
Price: 20.00 USD
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29 Thomas, Lowell AUTOGRAPH Signed Promotional Flyer
1937 . Signed by Author
This is a promotional single piece of paper with text and half tone photographs - signed in blue ink by Thomas, printed on two sides. It appears to have been printed in the 1930's, possibly by the The Alber Bureau of Cleveland, Ohio, Louis J. Alber, President. One side is all text referencing Lowell Thomas and his "Wonder-Films". Two paragraphs, then two subjects - about two of the films: "With Lawrence in Arabia and Allenby in Palestine", plus "Into Forbidden Afghanistan". The reverse side features four photos. One with Col. Lawrence - the famous one of both on their haunches in desert head gear. Another is of Thomas in a British style desert hat with a second hat that fits over the first to spread out and protect the neck and shoulders. In this same photo, Thomas wears sunglasses, a pointed collar, bow tie, and jacket buttoned at the waist - leaning against an old car (quite a contrast on the desert) . A third is a photo portrait with carefully combed hair. The fourth is a photo of Thomas with a leg on a fence, a cane in the one hand, with a camera on a tripod to the side. He is talking to an armed guard. There is a sign to the side that says "It is absolutely forbidden to cross this border into Afghan Territory" He has signed the piece partway between the first two photos. There is a blue ink stroke mark a few inches away from the signature. The paper is in good condition, no tears, wear, or soil. However, at the top of the text side of the brochure, there is a piece of paper glued to a portion of the edge. The promotional piece is 11" x 8", folded twice, once horizontally, once vertically. ; .; Signed by Author 
Price: 98.00 USD
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Omaha, NE Union Pacific Railroad 1935 Softcover 
This is probably the 1935 edition of this popular book / booklet. There is a number in the corner of the last page that include a '35 and the date on one of the maps is 1935. No other date appears. The place of publication is Omaha, Nebr. , by W. L. Basinger who was the Passenger Traffic Manager for Union Pacific System. There are half-tone images in black and white throughout - some full page and others with the text. Each page has ain art border of scenes that would be typical along the train route - in a greyed ink. There are three full page maps on the last three pages - two of them are in two shads of green in addition to black in. One is of the northwest states; another of Alaska and the route to Alaska; , the third is the full route of the Union Pacific. The cover is a sage green art paper with embossed gilt printing and a small vertical rectangle of a scene of the falls in red, grey, and gilt. There is an embossed gilt logo below the falls. The art and printing was nicely done. The stapled binding is tight. The color of the paper has darkened slightly at the edges of the external cover. There is a short tear at the fore-edge of the front cover, now with a tiny piece of archival tape to prevent further wear. The bottom rear corner has a short tear and crease. There is a faint number 50 written on the front upper corner, probably an old price. There is one small spot. There are no other marks or writing. The pages are quite clean and crisp. Apart for the darkening from the exposure of light on the paper, the book is in very good condition - it was generally well cared for. ; 8vo; 48 pages 
Price: 23.00 USD
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FLAGS IN AMERICA'S HISTORY A Complete 1944 Art Calendar. (Not a Book), Wyeth, N. C.
31 Wyeth, N. C. FLAGS IN AMERICA'S HISTORY A Complete 1944 Art Calendar. (Not a Book)
This is a 1944 calendar of twelve prints by N. C Wyeth in wall form. This item contains all twelve months. It was designed for marketing purposes for the John Morrell Company of Ottumwa, Iowa. The prints are large images of events in U. S. History related to flags. They are bound by a metal clamp about 1/4" on the front and back side. The original hanging hook is still a part of the metal clamp - it can be turned up for hanging of turned down to place it out-of-sight. All prints are intact. They are in good condition. There is no hint that the calenar was used - in other words there are no fold or roll marks to indicate that the pages were turned over. However, the days of the week were not printed or were cut off. The name of the month and year is the last line at the bottom of each calendar page. The images represent: The Viking Flag, The Royal Standard of Spain (Columbus discovery) , The Bunker Hill Flag, The Grand Union Flag, The First Stars and Stripes, U. S. Army National Colors, The Star-Spangled Banner, The U. S. Coast Guard Flag, The Alamo Flag, The Fremont Flag (the pathfinder of discovery) , The Confederate Battle Flag, The Stars and Stripes of Today. Each image is bordered and titled. Below the title of each flag is background in text and a small image of the look of the flag - since the flag in the art might be furled. There is some rusting of the metal on the right side. The paper is clean except for one spot on the reverse of the last page. There is a faint ripple to the paper that is not that visible on the printed side. It is more noticeable from the rear of the paper and closest to the metal. It is NOT from moisture, it might be from rolling or light mishandling of the soft paper the images were printed on over years. The calendar is flat - it appears that is was not stored in rolled form. There is a touch of wear at the bottom corners and tiny creases to the first page. The top edge is firmly held by the metal. . There is a faint discoloration on the first page (only) on the bottom right - it is more noticeable in the margin. The paper size is approximately 19 " high x 14" wide. ; 19"H x 14"W 
Price: 275.00 USD
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