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THE FIRST HUNDRED YEARS

SABERSON, Ray E

Published by [[ Buzza? ] 1924 ?, Minneapolis, 1924
Condition: Very Good Soft cover
From Thomas J. Joyce And Company (Chicago, IL, U.S.A.)

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16mo, 132 pages, gray wrappers with chipped yapp edges, oily thumb prints on top cover. RARE. A brief story of the early incidents in the history of Craftacres. An impressionistic sales history of The Buzza Company, which made greeting cards and related items of engraved goods.It was founded by George Buzza, a budding cartoonist from Cedar Rapids, in 1907, so you need to read this to know how it dates back 90 more years. WorldCat lists only 1 copy. This text mis-identifies Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist, John T. McCutcheon, as John P. Bookseller Inventory # DEMO009423I

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Title: THE FIRST HUNDRED YEARS

Publisher: [[ Buzza? ] 1924 ?, Minneapolis

Publication Date: 1924

Binding: Wrappers

Book Condition:Very Good

Edition: First edition.

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Joyce And Company, established 1975, works out of an office near Chicago's Loop. There are usually 15-20,000 books on-site and available for browsing. Also, books were offered at the now-closed Chicago Rare Book Center, Evanston, Illinois. Proprietor Tom Joyce appeared regularly as the book appraiser on "The Appraisal Fair", seen on Home And Garden Television, HGTV. We still do appraisals on a wide variety of subjects, from literature to history, fine books, children's, presses, theology, law, medicine, maps, autographs. These topics are reflected in our inventory, and a lot more including Sherlockiana.

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