Eagle's Eye View of Weber City (Inc.)

(Amos and Andy map)

Published by The Pepsodent Co, 1935
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In envelop, as if mail, with letter.Very good+; Letter urging people to use Pepsodent products. Maps is 8-fold map of Weber City, the home of Amos and Andy.; 20"x30" map in fine condition.The letter has a small tear on edge.The envelope was ripped open. Fine from front, but torn in back. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Eagle's Eye View of Weber City (Inc.)
Publisher: The Pepsodent Co
Publication Date: 1935
Binding: In envelope
Illustrator: Illustrated by Map/ letter

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Published by Gwindell Publishing Company (1935)
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Book Description Gwindell Publishing Company, 1935. Book Condition: Very Good. Famous Amos & Andy Map of Weber City issued by the NBC radio show's sponsor, Pepsodent, in 1935. Map measures 15" x 20" with one half inch margins and one horizontal and three vertical folds, as issued. There are two small tears along the central vertical fold that does not impact the plate. Condition: Very Good. Amos and Andy was one of the most popular radio shows in history and its association with NBC and Pepsodent was long-standing. Additional photos available upon request. All items carefully packed to avoid damage from moisture and rough handling. Bookseller Inventory # 004795

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Published by The Pepsodent Co (1935)
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Book Description The Pepsodent Co, 1935. Map. Book Condition: Very good +. Folded colour map unfolds to 51 x 39 cm. Andrew H. Brown Map Maker. Amos Jones Assistant Map maker. Printed By The Gwindell Printing Co; inc. Map shows such iconic locales as the Fresh Air Taxicab Company, Madam Queen's Beauty Shoppe, Bite-A-Minute Lake, etc. Bookseller Inventory # 106177

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CORRELL, Charles J. and Freeman F. GOSDEN.
Published by Pepsodent Co. Chicago 1935 (1935)
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Book Description Pepsodent Co. Chicago 1935, 1935. 1st Edition. First Edition. The famous comedic radio and film duo's (two) fold out maps of Weber City "Andrew H. Brown Map Maker / Amos Jones Assistant Map Maker / Printed by the Gwindell Printing Co; inc." Includes original mailing envelope from Pepsodent Co. Rare African-American item. The authors portrayed Amos and Andy in three films from the 1930's. One map Very Good, the other Near Fine. 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # 17726

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Brown, Andrew, "mapmaker". Charles J. Correll and Freeman F. Gosden, actors who played Amos and Andy on radio
Published by Pepsodent Co. Printed by Gwindell Printing Co. Inc., Chicago (1935)
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Book Description Pepsodent Co. Printed by Gwindell Printing Co. Inc., Chicago, 1935. Envelope. Book Condition: Fine. First edition. Colorful mock map of fictional town where Amos and Andy resided. The folding map, which came in an envelope with a "letter, both of which are included here, measures 38.5 by 50 cm, and it was issued by the popular radio program's sponsor, Pepsodent. The show, in its original incarnation, was overtly Rascist, playing into stereotypes of simple-minded, clownish, blacks, and the title characters were in fact played by two white actors. In the map there is plenty of the imagery with this same flavor, with the cartoonish denizens looking like buffoonish ants. Still, in a strange way, the town depicted captures something of the fanciful charm of the ideal small town. The map and the insert letter are pristine. The mailing envelope, which features photo images of Correll and Gosden in black face, has an address sticker on it, and light soiling and wear. Bookseller Inventory # 005365

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