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Powel, Harford; Alexander, Holmes; Rosenthal, A.M.; Slocum, William J.; Campbell, Murray; Ross, John M.; Smith, Helena Huntington; Whitney, Dwight; Hamilton, Donald; Temple, Willard H.; Rice John Andrew; Reeve, Joel; Rooney, Frank; Carson, Robert Listings

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1 Powel, Harford; Alexander, Holmes; Rosenthal, A.M.; Slocum, William J.; Campbell, Murray; Ross, John M.; Smith, Helena Huntington; Whitney, Dwight; Hamilton, Donald; Temple, Willard H.; Rice John Andrew; Reeve, Joel; Rooney, Frank; Carson, Robert Collier's, The National Weekly Magazine, September 3, 1949 - Mario Lanza / Skid Row USA
Springfield, Ohio The Crowell-Collier Publishing Company 1949 First Edition Paperback Good 
74 pages. Articles: Good Jobs for Good Girls; Another Eisenhower - Milton Eisenhower may be the next Kansas Governor; A Russian to Keep Your Eye On - Andrei Gromyko; Skid Row - USA (conclusion); Why We Get Tired; Good Gussy - Tennis playerGertrude Augusta Moran - article with nice color photos; The Child is the Monument - a New Orleans school designed to fit children; Mario Lanza - Celluloid Caruso? - Article with nice colour photos; Fiction: Deadfall (part 1 of 3); A Young Man Trapped; Mondy Come Home; The Has-Been; The Auction; The Legal Bride. Includes these vintage ads: Johnny Walker; Dan River Shirts; Lady Bordon ice cream; Erie Railroad; Willys-Overland "Jeep" Station Wagon; International Trucks; Ford cars; *Fantastic* color centerfold Dodge ad; Kleenex Tissues ad features Little Lulu and Tubby; Puerto Rican Rum; Movie "Easy Living" (one page ad); Chesterfield cigarettes ad on back cover features color image of Alexis Smith from the movie "Montana". Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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2 Hamilton, Andrew Eight Fine Prints from the Original Sketchbook of Andrew Hamilton, Goldfields Artist of the 1860s
Arrowtown, New Zealand The Lakes District Centennial Museum 1995 First Edition Paperback Good Good 
Undated. Circa 1995? Decorated envelope containing 8 black and white prints on sheets measuring 11.625" long by 8.25" wide. Envelope shows average wear and prints show signs of handling. Artist left us with a small book of pencil sketches and philosophical notes; and a legacy of mystery as to the man and the artist. Apart from one unsigned watercolour attributed to him, and the sketchbook of ideas and colour notes for possible later use, nothing else is known of Andrew Hamilton and his art. These prints show perception, accuracy, and delicacy of style, together with a mastery of perspective against the massive horizons of Otago's gaunt landscape. These eight prints selected form Hamilton's only verifiable work are a belated tribute to this little-known Victorian artist. 
Price: 69.95 USD
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3 Cleave, Maureen; Hamilton, Charles V.; Hacker, Andrew; Conquest, Robert; Jastrow, Robert; Hamilton, John A.Cain, Harriet; Claiborne, Craig; Reif, Rita The New York Times Magazine, May 10, 1970 - The Hip Baroness Wootton of Abinger / The Silent Black Majority
New York The New York Times 1970 First Edition Paperback Good 
120 pages. Features: Many gorgeous fashion ads; The Hip Baroness Wooton of Abinger - photo-illustrated article - she calls for reduced marijuana penalties; Laird Apple Jack ad features photo of company President Jack Laird; One-page photo ad for the ILGWU features photo of historic labor organizer Mother Jones; Fantastic two-page color-photo ad for Talon zippers entitled "The 10 Worst Dressed Women of the Year"; The Silent Black Majority;; The Viokent Black Minority; The American Psychodrama called 'Everyone Hates Us'; Space Odyssey of Tomorrow - a Trip to Mars; How to pay for 15,000,000 auto accidents a year - automobile insurance is big business; Fantastic two-page color-photo ad for La Mancha cigars; Tasteful two-page ad for Jules Jurgensen luxury watches; Great one-page color-photo ad for Cadillac features a gold Coupe deVille; Long-Legged Summer Fashions; Great Chemold tennis raquet ad features large color photo of Rod Laver in action, with smaller photos of Tony Roche, Margaret Court, Roy Emerson and Owen Davidson; Interior photos of a finely finished 18th century North Carolina home; Nice one-page color-photo ad for radio station WPAT; Fantastic back cover color-photo ad for McGregor features three men in funky swimwear; and more. This copy is undated by a hand-written date of May 10, 1970 appears on front cover and we assume this is correct. Average wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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