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1 Barce, Elmore; Coleman, Christopher B.; Hockett, Leola; Tyner, Martha Alice; Knox, Julie LeClerc; King, Emily Anderson; Bryan, William Lowe Indiana History Magazine, December 1933
USA Indiana Historical Society 1933 First Edition Paperback Good 
Pages 268 - 379. Features: The Red Man of Wabush; The Lincoln Legend; The Wabash County Pioneer Society; Gresham, Walter Q.; Cravenhurst; The Henry Bryan Family; The John Bryan Family; Letters from Cheat Mountain (1861); and more. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. Binding intact. A sound vintage copy. 
Price: 99.95 USD
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2 Stanley, William O.; Smith, B. Othanel; Benne, Kenneth D.; Anderson, Archibald W. Social Foundations of Education
USA Holt, Rinehart & Winston 1956 First Edition Hardcover Very Good 
638 pages. Index. "Acquaints students with the social forces that influence education and the ways in which the educational enterprise is effected by them." - from Preface. Clean and unmarked but for prior owner's details upon front free endpaper. Binding like new. Tight and square. Illustrated boards bear moderate wear. Quality copy. 
Price: 79.95 USD
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3 Perrington, Paul; Lewis, James H.; Masson, Thomas L.; Whiting, May B.; MacDonald, Paul; Young, Alice; Finger, Charles J.; Maddox, William Johnston; Patch, William M.; Higgins, Frances; Anderson, John Davis The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, June 5, 1926 - Liberty Bond Mystery
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1926 First Edition Paperback Good 
32 pages. Features: Nice two-color Firestone ad inside front cover entitled 'Why Women Buy Tires" features well-dressed mother with child in car behind male driver; The Liberty Bond Mystery Was Never Cleared Up! - telegrams indicate the Secret Service worked with the Federal Reserve to keep an eye on President Harding's investigator; In the Land of the Everlasting - the cause of the everlastingness of the Chinese is consciousness of Eternity; 'Are You an Optimist?' - if you are, you will find an idea for yourself and follow it up; Old Boston's Historic Highway - State Street saw some of the most stirring events of revolutionary days; Mr. (Henry) Ford's Page - discussion of the repudiation of war debts; Editorials - Muscle Shoals, Scott Nearing as Prophet; Polo Makes Good in America - in 20 years the sport has reached preeminence; Newport, our 'Social Capital' - a sumptuous array of palaces by the sea; The Voyage of the Victoria - Part Played by Commerce Kings (part 4); Annapolis - Where Our Admirals Come From; Poland - Country of Possibilities; I Read in the Papers; Chats with Office Callers; Clovernook - Homestead of the Clary Sisters, Alice and Phoebe; Pennsylvania's Land of Goshen - a fertile tract where crop failures are almost unknown; A Dance a Week - Plain Quadrille and Novelty Two Step. Some damage to top of front cover and minor insect damage near bottom staple otherwise average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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4 Bellah, James Warner; Teal, Val; Gilchrist, Eleanor; Anderson, William Ashley; Smith, Gen. Holland M. Smith; White, Leigh; et al The Saturday Evening Post, November 20, 1948 - Iwo Jima Cost Too Much / Allah's Oil / Lexington, Kentucky
USA Curtis 1948 First Edition Paperback Good 
196 pages. Features: Color ad for Kelvinator appliances inside front cover; Nice color 1-page ad for White Trucks features bakery scene; Nice color half-page ad for Bostitch Staplers features romantic cartoon; Vintage full-page two-color ad for Porter-Cable power tools; Very nice half-page color ad for Hires Root Beer shows girls' sleepover scene; Nice 1-page color Packard ad shows crosswalk scene; Photo of Cameron Shipp; Photo of Val Teal and two of her sons; 1-page color ad for Buxton wallets; Nice 1-page color ad for General Tire shows crowded football stadium; Murder for Millions (fiction); Allah's Oil (part 1) - a photo illustrated examination of what the US is doing to get its share of mid-east oil; Stage from Elkhorn (fiction); Color-photo illustrated feature article on Lexington, Kentucky; Holiday for Mother (fiction); The Europeans You Never Heard About - photo-illustrated article wherein Stewart Alsop presents a refreshing cast of characters; Football's Biggest Bargain - article and photos of Oregon's Willamette University; They Fight the Cold War Under Cover - photo-illustrated article presents the story of what our new cloak-and-dagger outfit the CIA, is doing to keep our secrets - and learn the secrets of other nations - with photof of the Director, Rear Admiral R.H. Hillenkoetter; A Husband's Rights (fiction); Iwo Jima Cost Too Much - part 3 of 'Howlin' Mad's Own Story - General Holland M. Smith asserts that naval 'expediency' needlessly increased our losses - with photos; In Quest of Peril (fiction); Baby Sitting is Big Business Now - photo illustrated article on this $750 million dollar business; The Land Where Whoppers Come - article and color photos on the Jan Joaquin Valley; The Parmelees - photo-illustrated article which tells the story of the Yankee family of Ernest Parmelee; Lovely color 1-page Campbell's Tomato Soup ad; Our Next Magic Metal? - photo-illustrated article on Titanium; Dishonored (fiction); 1-page color-photo Christmas ad for General Electric (GE) Electric Clocks; Nice color 1-page Pontiac ad features the DeLuxe Streamliner 2-Door Sedan and DeLuxe Streamliner 4-Door Sedan; 2-page ad for Philco entertainment products; Nice 1-page color ad for Birds Eye sliced peaches; Interesteing Smith-Corona ad includes photo of ladies assembling adding machines in their Groton, NY plant; Color 1-page ad for Mercury cars; Two-page color ad for Heinz Soups; Nice color 1-page ad for RCA Victor radios; Interesting photo-illustrated one-page ad for Aspirin includes photo of the new Bayer plant in Trenton, NJ; Color 1-page photo ad for Koroseal luggage shows black porter scrambling to pick up scattered luggage at curb; Fantastic color 2-page ad for Nash cars; Super color-photo 1-page ad for International Harvester industrial power features clear photo of a large diesel crawler dragging logs; Very nostalgic Boeing 1-page photo ad features close-up photo of a Stratocruiser on runway; Jeris Hair Tonic ad features photo of John Garfield; Armstrong's Industrial Insulations 1-page color ad features intriguing cut-away drawing of busy food terminal to illustrate the many applications of their products; Nice 1-page color ad for Wilson's Hams; *Gorgeous* 2-page color ad for the 1949 Buicks; Elsie the Cow is featured in a 1-page color ad for Borden's Cheeses; Nice 1-page ad for United Air Lines features photo portrait of Captain R.T. Freng; 2-page 2-color ad for U.S. Royal Tires; Esquire Socks 1-page color ad features beautiful ladies; Nice 1-page color ad for Westinghouse electric ranges; Uncommon 1-page ad for Columbia's new Long Playing Microgroove records which can play 45 minutes of music on a single record; 1-page ad for Anco 'Spot-Master' rear-view mirrors; Uncommon one-page ad for the new 1949 Green Renault car from France; Nice 1-page color ad for Ritz Crackers features Canapes; Harvey Marlowe of WPIX is featured in an ad for Edgeworth Pipe Tobacco; 1-page ad for Magnavox entertainment products; Excellent color-photo 1-page ad for Jeep vehicles - the photos show some of the unusual and handy jobs these vehicles can do; Very elegant color 1-page ad for Admiral entertainment products; Nice half-page color ad for Acme cowboy boots features children; Vintage Styron toys illustrated in half-page color ad for Dow Plastics; Nice 1-page color ad for Hotpoint automatic electric ranges; Nice color half-page ad for Woolmaster outer wear; Nice color 1-page ad for the Pennsylvania Railroad illustrates several facets of their business; Attractive color half-page Canada Dry ad; Fashionable 1-page color ad for Hart Schaffner & Marx coats shows ladies admiring gent from train window; Color half-page ad for Bantamac jackets; Very nice 1-page color ad for the Union Pacific Railroad's Streamliner 'City of Los Angeles'; Nice 1-page Chase & Sanborn color coffee ad; Vintage colorful one-page ad for Trailways Bus Lines; Nice 1-page color ad for Libbey-Owens-Ford Plate Glass shows early installation of this product at Hieb's Tailro Shop in New Albany; Hallicrafters half-page 2-color ad; Waltham watch 1-page color-photo ad; Weed V Bar Tire Chain 1-page 2-color ad shows native trapper examining a tire track; Nice Camel cigarette ad on back cover shows lots of glamorous people smoking. Moderate wear. A quality vintage copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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5 William Anderson The World of the Trapp Family: The Life Story of the Legendary Family Who Inspired "The Sound of Music"
USA William Anderson Books 1998 1890757004 / 9781890757007 First Printing Paperback Very Good 
1890757004 168 pages. Signed by Sophia, Justin, Melanie and Amanda von Trapp upon title page. They represent the current version of the von Trapp Family singers. "The life story of the legendary family who inspired The Sound of Music. Profusely illustrated in colour and black and white with archival and contemporary photos. Inscription atop title page, otherwise clean, bright and unmarked with light wear. A nice copy. 
Price: 149.95 USD
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