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Image for The People's Popular Monthly: A Monthly Household Journal; July, 1908: No. 7

The People's Popular Monthly: A Monthly Household Journal; July, 1908: No. 7

By: N/A

Price: $15.00

Publisher: The People's Popular Monthly: 1908

Seller ID: 1747691


1908 Large Softcover. July 1908 issue of The People's Popular Monthly. Filled with vintage advertisements and articles. View more info

Image for Woman's Home Journal: An Illustrated Monthly Magazine; October 1908

Woman's Home Journal: An Illustrated Monthly Magazine; October 1908

By: N/A

Price: $10.00

Publisher: The Cushman Company: 1908

Seller ID: 1747693


Lightly toned, minor tears to fore edge. 1908 Large Softcover. An early women’s magazine. Filled with contemporary articles and advertisements. View more info

Image for United States Naval Institute Proceedings Volume 87, Number 2, February 1961

United States Naval Institute Proceedings Volume 87, Number 2, February 1961

By: N/A

Price: $3.00

Publisher: U.S. Naval Institute: 1961

Seller ID: 1818045


Wrappers rubbed, ink stamp on front wrapper. 1961 Trade Paperback. 168 pp. CONTENTS: U.S. Sloop of War St. Mary's (front cover illustration); Defense Organization Issues; Project Poseidon; The Navy in the Space Age - Space Surveillance; The New Japanese-American Treaty; More Fun Than Fury in the Fish War; How Wide the Territorial Sea?: The Background and the Vote, The Problems Left by Discord; Japanese Submarine Tactics; The U.S. Sloop of War Wasp; Lebanon and Quemoy - T... View more info

Image for United States Naval Institute Proceedings Volume 87, Number 10, October 1961

United States Naval Institute Proceedings Volume 87, Number 10, October 1961

By: N/A

Price: $3.00

Publisher: U.S. Naval Institute: 1961

Seller ID: 1818046


Wrappers rubbed, ink stamp on front wrapper. 1961 Trade Paperback. 176 pp. CONTENTS: The Bombardment of Algiers (front cover illustration); The Nature of the War We Are In; The Service Academies and Higher Education; Communist Terrorism in Malaya; The Opening of the Arctic Ocean; Noforms are the Answer!; America's Undeclared Naval War; A Question of Personality; Goodbye to the Gas Bags (Pictorial); Comment and Discussion; Book Reviews; Professional Notes; A Page from the... View more info

Image for United States Naval Institute Proceedings Volume 87, Number 8, August 1961

United States Naval Institute Proceedings Volume 87, Number 8, August 1961

By: N/A

Price: $3.00

Publisher: U.S. Naval Institute: 1961

Seller ID: 1818048


Wrappers rubbed, ink stamp on front wrapper, 2 inch chip from margin of contents page. 1961 Trade Paperback. 164 pp. CONTENTS: Admiral Arleigh A. Burke, U.S. Navy (Retired) (front cover illustration); The First Hundred Days of the New Frontier; Oceanography - Old Science, New Future; Russia and Red China - Mutual Nemeses; Icebreakers South; Problems of Contemporary Defense Planning; The Will to Win; German Submarines in the Far East; NAS Whidbey Island (Pictorial); Comme... View more info

Image for Steel Horizons, Volume 29, Number 1, First Quarter, 1967

Steel Horizons, Volume 29, Number 1, First Quarter, 1967

By: N/A

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corporation, Pittsburgh: 1967

Seller ID: 1834526


Lightly rubbed, minor creases along edges. 1967 Magazine. 27 pp. A quarterly publication for the steel industry. Contents include: Exhaust Gases Make Their Exit; Home Builders Put Sales Appeal in the Bathroom; Stainless Lives the Continental Life; Sub-Atomic Particles Go Under the Looking Glass; Utilities Become Beauty Conscious; Tooling Up for Profit; Cleaning the Air We Breathe; Briefs on the Horizon; Stainless Puts Garbage in Its Place; Removing Cash from Cash Registe... View more info

Image for The Mayflower, Vol. I. [1], No. 29., September 1885.

The Mayflower, Vol. I. [1], No. 29., September 1885.

By: N/A

Price: $10.00

Publisher: The Mayflower: 1885

Seller ID: 2166872


Toned & lightly soiled. 1885 Unbound. [65]-72 pp. A late 19th century agricultural periodical, with several engraved illustrations. View more info

Image for The Genesee Farmer, January, 1851. Vol. XII. No. 1. - 12.

The Genesee Farmer, January, 1851. Vol. XII. No. 1. - 12.

By: N/A

Price: $125.00

Publisher: The Genesee Farmer: 1851

Seller ID: 2205712


Front and end matter, fore-edge margin, and a few text pages foxed. 1851 Soft Cover. [9]-292, [2] pp. Shoestring-bound sammelband of twelve issues of The Genesee Farmer, reinforced with wood. An important mid-19th century agricultural periodical published in Rochester, New York. Collected articles on farming, livestock, and other rural concerns, with engraved illustrations throughout.KEYWORDS: EPHEMERA AGRICULTURE FARMING FARM LIFE GENESEE VALLEY View more info

Image for Work and Win: An Interesting Weekly for Young America -- Fred Fearnot In New Orleans or, Up Against the Mafia by Hal Standish (New York, February 13, 1903, No. 219)

Work and Win: An Interesting Weekly for Young America -- Fred Fearnot In New Orleans or, Up Against the Mafia by Hal Standish (New York, February 13, 1903, No. 219)

By: N/A

Price: $7.00

Publisher: Frank Tousey: 1903

Seller ID: 2208479


Front and rear wrappers loose from binding but included, three-inch tear to rear wrapper, edges heavily rubbed. 1903 Stapled Binding. 28 pp. The story of Fred Fearnot In New Orleans or, Up Against the Mafia by Hal Standish.KEYWORDS: MAGAZINES PERIODICALS EPHEMERA WORK WIN AMERICANA AMERICAN HISTORY View more info

Image for The Illustrated London News. Vol. LVI., Jan. to June 1870 [Volume 56, Nos. 1574-1600]

The Illustrated London News. Vol. LVI., Jan. to June 1870 [Volume 56, Nos. 1574-1600]

By: N/A

Price: $300.00

Publisher: George C. Leighton: 1870

Seller ID: 2260273


Boards a bit rubbed with minor leather loss, front and end matter lightly foxed. 1870 Half-Leather. iv, 668 pp. Folio. Twenty-seven issues of The Illustrated London News, bound in one half-leather volume. Green leather spine and corners, gilt titles and rules, marbled boards, edges, and endpapers, five raised spine bands. Numerous engravings throughout (including several with a partial fold-out), with an index of these preceding the periodicals, and an engraved title pag... View more info

Image for The American Hebrew: Jews in the Pageant of American Freedom, September 10, 1926, New Year's Number, Forty-Seventh Year, Volume 119. No. 18.

The American Hebrew: Jews in the Pageant of American Freedom, September 10, 1926, New Year's Number, Forty-Seventh Year, Volume 119. No. 18.

By: N/A

Price: $75.00

Publisher: The American Hebrew Publishing Co.: 1926

Seller ID: 2264588


Magazine rebound in violet cloth, with original color printed wrappers bound in, and new marbled endpapers. 1926 Large Hardcover. 465-592 pp. An issue of the weekly magazine which was originally founded in 1879, and continues to exist today, though it is now published under the title Washington Jewish Week. It was responsible for launching the careers of several notable Jewish authors, including the poet Emma Lazarus. View more info

Image for Analog: Science Fiction and Fact -  April 1997

Analog: Science Fiction and Fact - April 1997

By: Alexander, David; Pierce, Hayford; Levinson, Paull; Nordley, G. David

Price: $3.00

Publisher: Dell Magazines: 1997

Seller ID: 1818854


Wrappers lightly rubbed. 1997 Trade Paperback. April 1997 issue of Analog: Science Fiction and Fact View more info

Image for Vort #1, Fall 1972: Ed Dorn; Tom Raworth

Vort #1, Fall 1972: Ed Dorn; Tom Raworth

By: Alpert, Barry; Dorn, Ed; Raworth, Tom; Davie, Donald; Kelly, Robert

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Barry Alpert: 1972

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 2263029


First edition - a paperback original. Rear wrapper lightly rubbed. 1972 Large Softcover. 59 ff. Transcripts of interviews with Ed Dorn and Tom Raworth, with poems by each, and additional commentary by Ed Dorn, Donald Davie, Robert Kelly, Tom Raworth, and Barry Alpert. The first issue of the Washington, D.C. poetry magazine, which ultimately only printed nine issues. From Granary Books' 'From a Secret Location' project: For all but one of its nine issues, Vort followed th... View more info

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Vort #2, Winter 1972: Anselm Hollo; Ted Berrigan

By: Alpert, Barry; Hollo, Anselm; Berrigan, Ted

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Barry Alpert: 1972

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 2262848


First edition - a paperback original. Lacks rear wrapper, otherwise excellent. 1972 Large Softcover. 44 ff. Transcripts of interviews with Anselm Hollo and Ted Berrigan. The second issue of the Washington, D.C. poetry magazine, which ultimately only printed nine issues. From Granary Books' 'From a Secret Location' project: For all but one of its nine issues, Vort followed the same pattern in its plain, large-format issues, creating a little critical universe for each of ... View more info

Image for Journal of the American Temperance Union, Vol. IV., No. 12., December, 1840 [with] Temperance Recorder, Vol. IX., No. 10., December 1840

Journal of the American Temperance Union, Vol. IV., No. 12., December, 1840 [with] Temperance Recorder, Vol. IX., No. 10., December 1840

By: American Temperance Union

Price: $75.00

Publisher: American Temperance Union / Temperance Recorder: 1840

Seller ID: 2205030


Two closed internal tears to first leaf of ATU journal, a few tears to fore-edge margin, corners a bit dog-eared with minor loss, ink name on final leaf. 1840 Soft Cover. [177]-192, [81]-88 pp. Self wrappers. 8 1/2 x 11 1/2. Two temperance periodicals printed at the end of 1840, one representing a national organization, the other a New York organization, colloquially bound with thread. While certainly interesting historically, perhaps the most compelling feature of this ... View more info

Image for Analog: Science Fiction and Fact - October 1968

Analog: Science Fiction and Fact - October 1968

By: Anderson, Poul; Anvil, Christopher; Curtis, Betsy; Perkins, Lawrence A.

Price: $3.00

Publisher: Conde Nast Publications, Inc.: 1968

Seller ID: 1818778


Wrappers lightly rubbed. 1968 Trade Paperback. October 1968 issue of Analog: Science Fiction and Fact View more info

Image for Analog: Science Fiction and Fact - March 1968

Analog: Science Fiction and Fact - March 1968

By: Anthony, Piers; Foray, Verge; Anvil, Christopher; Anderson, Poul; Tiptree, James; Harrison, Harry

Price: $3.00

Publisher: Conde Nast Publications, Inc.: 1968

Seller ID: 1819200


Wrappers lightly rubbed. 1968 Trade Paperback. March 1968 issue of Analog magazine, deftly combining science fiction with science fact View more info

Image for Analog: Science Fiction and Fact - May 1969

Analog: Science Fiction and Fact - May 1969

By: Anver, M.R.;

Price: $3.00

Publisher: Conde Nast Publications, Inc.: 1969

Seller ID: 1818795


Wrappers lightly rubbed. 1969 Trade Paperback. May 1969 issue of Analog: Science Fiction and Fact View more info

Image for Analog: Science Fiction and Fact - March 1969

Analog: Science Fiction and Fact - March 1969

By: Anvil, Christopher; Hallus, Tak; Harrison, Harry; Dickson, Gordon R.

Price: $3.00

Publisher: Conde Nast Publications, Inc.: 1969

Seller ID: 1818802


Wrappers lightly rubbed. 1969 Trade Paperback. Vol. 83, No. 1, March 1969. Cover art by Kelly Freas illustrating Trap by Christopher Anvil. ALSO: Mirror, Mirror, On the Wall by R. E. Allen; Minitalent by Stephen Robinett [as by Tak Hallus]; From Fanaticism, or for Reward by Harry Harrison; Wolfling (serial, part 3 of 3) by Gordon R. Dickson. FEATURES: Genetics and Utopia (editorial) by John W. Campbell; They're Trying to Tell Us Something (science essay, part 1 of 2) by ... View more info

Image for Analog: Science Fiction and Fact - September 1967

Analog: Science Fiction and Fact - September 1967

By: Anvil, Christopher; Reynolds, Mack; Wodhams, Jack; von Wald, E.G.; Foray, Verge;

Price: $3.00

Publisher: Conde Nast Publications, Inc.: 1967

Seller ID: 1819192


Wrappers lightly rubbed. 1967 Trade Paperback. September 1967 issue of Analog magazine, deftly combining science fiction with science fact View more info

Image for Astounding Science Fiction - Oct. 1959

Astounding Science Fiction - Oct. 1959

By: Anvil, Christopher; Vance, Jack; Yaco, Murray F.; Phillips, Mark; Boyd, William C.

Price: $3.00

Publisher: Street & Smith: 1959

Seller ID: 1819168


Wrappers lightly rubbed. 1959 Trade Paperback. The October 1959 Astounding Science Fiction View more info

Image for Fantasy & Science Fiction - April 1991

Fantasy & Science Fiction - April 1991

By: Asimov, Isaac; Aldridge, Ray; Koja, Kathe; Strickland, Brad; Morressy, John; Shaw, Bob

Price: $3.00

Publisher: Mercury Press: 1991

Seller ID: 1819147


Wrappers lightly rubbed. 1991 Trade Paperback. This issue includes: Her Wild Wild Eyes by Brad Strickland; Gate of Faces by Ray Aldridge; The Liberator by John Morressy; Stigmata by Wendy Counsil; Lunch of Champions by Bob Shaw; Illness in a Word by R. P. Bird; The Neglected Garden by Kathe Koja; Mummers by Robert Frazier; Stranger in the Green Chair by Michael Lee; Science: Skimming the Nearest by Isaac Asimov. View more info

Image for Hearst's International Combined with Cosmopolitan Magazine, January 1935 - All-Star Christmas Issue (No. 583)

Hearst's International Combined with Cosmopolitan Magazine, January 1935 - All-Star Christmas Issue (No. 583)

By: Baldwin, Faith; Delmar, Vina; La Farge, Oliver; Carrel, Bart; Tuckerman, Arthur; Brown, Royal; Kantor, MacKinlay; Cronin, A.J.; Runyon, Damon; Kyne, Peter B.; Brush, Katharine; Douglas, Lloyd C.; Corcoran, William; Rinehart, Mary Roberts; Hanighen, Frank

Price: $60.00

Publisher: International Magazine Company, Inc.: 1935

Seller ID: 2036634


A few faint corner creases, closed tear on rear wrapper along spine base. 1935 Magazine. 170 pp. 11 1/2 x 8 1/2. John LaGatta illustration on front wrapper, Lucky Strike cigarette advertisement on rear wrapper. Color and black & white advertisements, photographs, and illustrations throughout. Cosmopolitan Magazine was founded in 1886, and purchased by William Randolph Hearst in 1905, who merged it with another smaller publication he owned in 1925. It was called 'Hearst's... View more info

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Analog: Science Fiction and Fact - September 1997

By: Bohnhoff, Maya Kaathryn; Manison, Pete D.; Gillett, Stephen L.

Price: $3.00

Publisher: Dell Magazines: 1997

Seller ID: 1818837


1997 Trade Paperback. September 1997 issue of Analog: Science Fiction and Fact View more info

Image for IF: Worlds of Science Fiction, February 1958 (Volume 8, No. 2)

IF: Worlds of Science Fiction, February 1958 (Volume 8, No. 2)

By: Bone, J.F.; Asimov, Isaac; Clarke, Arthur C.; Sentry, John; Wilber, Elaine; Nourse, Alan E.; Clinton, Ed M.; Bartholomew, Stephen; Hoskins, Phillip

Price: $3.00

Publisher: Quinn Publishing: 1958

Seller ID: 1819208


Wrappers lightly rubbed. 1958 Trade Paperback. Contains early stories Feeling of Power by Isaac Asimov and Out from the Sun by Arthur C. Clarke. View more info

Image for Copy: Today's Better Fiction, Volume 1, No. 1, Spring 1950

Copy: Today's Better Fiction, Volume 1, No. 1, Spring 1950

By: Bradbury, Ray; Crossen, Ken; Moholy-Nagy, Sybil; Alan, Louis; Siry, Peter; Boutell, Cleve; Toron, Steve; Rider, Ernest; Spaulding, Leonard; Longstreet, Stephen; Stebel, Sid L.; Edwards, Harvey L.; Burton, Russ J.; Garfinkle, Louis A.; Lubin, Edward; Mori

Price: $25.00

Publisher: The Bards: 1950

Seller ID: 2262789


Edges lightly rubbed. 1950 Stapled Binding. 92 pp. Stapled binding. Ads precede and follow text. A mid-twentieth century collection of stories, including an early appearance by Ray Bradbury: he published stories in various magazines and journals beginning in 1938; but Fahrenheit 451, his first book not compiled from previously published stories, was not released until 1953 (The Martian Chronicles was a fix-up novel cobbled together from earlier stories, while Fahrenheit ... View more info

Image for Framed Cover of The Saturday Evening Post, Nov. 23, 1918, Featuring Trench Warfare Scene of American Red Cross Service Dog in World War I

Framed Cover of The Saturday Evening Post, Nov. 23, 1918, Featuring Trench Warfare Scene of American Red Cross Service Dog in World War I

By: Bull, Charles Livingston

Price: $125.00

Publisher: The Saturday Evening Post: 1918

Seller ID: 2195339


Faintly toned. 1918 Print. A poignant illustration by Charles Livingston Bull, well-known for the illustrations he provided for several of Jack London's works (most notably The Call of the Wild). An American Red Cross service dog is pictured holding a helmet in its mouth, ostensibly belonging to a soldier wounded in the trenches and in need of medical assistance. Barbed wire stretches across the background.Keywords: WWI MILITARY MEDICAL View more info

Image for Black Mask Vol. XXVIII, No. 1, February, 1946 [Volume 28, Number I]

Black Mask Vol. XXVIII, No. 1, February, 1946 [Volume 28, Number I]

By: Burtis, Thomson; Clark, Dale; Stratton, Ted; Long, Julius; Rough, William; Phillips, Roland

Price: $45.00

Publisher: Fictioneers, Inc. / Popular Publications, Inc.: 1946

Seller ID: 2207289


Bottom edge of first and last section of pages and wrappers lightly stained, edges rubbed with a few small internal chips from spine, pages toned. 1946 Trade Paperback. 98 pp. A vintage issue of the popular and influential pulp magazine that catapulted the careers of writers such as Dashiell Hammett and Raymond Chandler. Black Mask was also known for Rafael de Soto's iconic and colorful cover art. Includes: Deadline for Death by Thomson Burtis; Murder Lode by Dale Clark;... View more info

Image for American Forests Volume 42, Number 4: April, 1936

American Forests Volume 42, Number 4: April, 1936

By: Butler, Ovid; Cromelin, L.M.; Kauffman, Erle

Price: $15.00

Publisher: The American Forestry Association: 1936

Seller ID: 1931329


Lightly rubbed & soiled, ink name & date on title page. 1936 Magazine. 154-199 pp. Original photographic wrappers, orange titles. Cover shows Mount Queets from Mount Barnes. A collection of articles related to American forests, with photographs and period advertisements throughout. Notable for an early article discussing the possibility of creating a national park around Mount Olympus (Franklin Roosevelt finalized this in 1938). Also includes important discussions regard... View more info

Image for The Century Magazine Volume 97, No. 4, February 1919

The Century Magazine Volume 97, No. 4, February 1919

By: Century Magazine

Price: $8.00

Publisher: The Century Co., New York: 1919

Seller ID: 1716611


Chips from spine ends of wrappers, wrapper corners creased. 1919 Stapled Binding. Original monthly issue, 144 pages paginated continuously from previous issue, 56 pages of additional front & end matter, paginated continuously. Includes contributions by Max Beerbohm, William Stearns Davis, etc. World War I ads for cars and household items. View more info