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1 Berman, Sam Dinosaur Joke Book
USA Grosset & Dunlap 1970 Reprint Hardcover Fair 
Unpaginated. Somewhat above-average and soiling. Binding intact. Prior owner's name upon front free endpaper. Worthy working copy for a child. 
Price: 39.95 USD
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2 Seldes, George; Sellmer, Robert; Spivak, John L.; Menke, Frank G.; Limbach, Russell; Berman, Sam; Hirschfeld, Al; Ellis, Fred; Hemingway, Ernest; et al Ken Magazine, April (Apr.) 21, 1938, Volume 1, No. 2 -
USA Ken 1938 First Edition Paperback Fair 
106 pages. Features: Nice color ad for Old Angus Scotch inside front cover; One-page ad for LaSalle cars; What Price English Justice?; Multiple cartoons with Nazi personages; The Secret Fuse Under Mexico - the country is rife with covert operations by Germany, Japan and Italy - article with reproductions of pertinent documents; Fascism's New World Thrust - Germany, Italy and Japan have taken over the lion's share of trade with Latin America; Mussolini Vs. His Past; Smutting Up the Circulation - Sex sells publications; Yesterday's Wrong Turning - Two million died in WWI as a result of the decision of a few men; Inside the Queerest Shipwreck - the SS President Hoover rammed a reef off Formosa; FDR's wife wonders why babies should be kept alive if there will not be a job for them when they get older; Norway, The Next Belgium - fascinating article foretells WWII events about to unfold in Norway; Henry Ford buys 1.25 million acres near Punta Gorda, Florida as a favor to Thomas Edison; Dying, Well or Badly - By Ernest Hemingway - article with grotesque large photos of dead soldiers; A Measure of Recovery - Labor fights for control of New Orleans; Kemal Ataturk - Hoodlum as Hero - his record with women is indubitably the worst; Santa on Route 17 - W.E. Riker and his two-hundred yard 'holy city' in California; Exit the Gentleman Officer - Richthofen was buried by his enemy with full military honors but his memory is mocked by the crumpled corpses of women and children in Guernica; Bidding the Guild Good-Bye - The Theatre Guild takes the bumps toward the ash can; Inside the Third Reich - article on the prohibition of criticism of the Nazi regime in Germany; The Men Who Helped a Hero - the sixteen men who were with Alvin C. York when he 'singlehanded' captured 132 Germans; They Still Want to Get In - article on illegal aliens entering the U.S. across the Mexican border; Man with Six Countries - A European journalist sells the plans for the defense of Pilsen to the Germans; Wrong Man, Time and Place - Abner Doubleday did not invent baseball; Thousand Mile Gun - Britain's rulers seem to believe Germany possesses a long-range rocket-gun; Nostalgic 2-page illustrated ad for Look Magazine; One-page ad for Parent's Magazine features photos of George J. Hecht and Clara Savage Littledale; The Fable of Man's Salvation; Classy half-page ad for the Waldorf Astoria Hotel; Nice color ad for Eagle pencils features their Mikado, Verithin and Turquoise products; Nice color ad for Lucky Strike cigarettes on back cover features tobacco expert in white suit and hat. Above-average but not excessive wear. Openings along coverfold. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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