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Published by Time, Inc., NYC (1962)

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From: Moneyblows Books & Music (Lee, NH, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Time, Inc., NYC, 1962. Magazine. Condition: Very Good-. Articles include: Special Issue - The Take-Over Generation. A Red-Hot 100 (a list of young leaders including Edward Albee, Jim Dine, Mark Hatfield, Thomas Eagleton, Daniel Inouye, Wilma Rudolph, Thomas Schippers, John Updike, Andre Previn, John Lindsay, Marisol); Edward Streeter's advice to youth; Bold Steps to a Glowing Future - The Kitt Peak Solar Telescope, First Unitarian Church in Hartford; Whiz kid Pat Flanagan; Will Kindberg teaches in Peru jungle; Colonel Wesley Posvar; Cry the Cosmos by Ray Bradbury; Dr. Murdock Head; Maryly Van Leer Peck - Mother and Engineer; Ken Isaacs and the Knowledge Box. Ads: Julie Newmar for Smirnoff Vodka. Edgewear, cover has creased lower corner. Seller Inventory # 0012656

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Life Magazine 14 September 1962 100 most important in U.S. 9/14/62

Published by Time Life Inc., New York (1962)

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From: MILL-CLIFF BOOKS (Dayton, OH, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Time Life Inc., New York, 1962. Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. Life Magazine 14 September 1962 100 most important in U.S.- take-over generation, Edward Streeter-author, solar telescope in Arizona, Pat Flanagan-whiz kid, Will Kindberg-teaches natives of Peru jungle, Cry the Cosmos by Ray Bradbury, Ken Isaacs-knowledge box, Julie Newmar Smirnoff ad, hobbies of take-over generation -Life magazines are a wonderful gift for Birthdays, holidays, Reunions, and other special events! 1962/09/14 0:00:00. Seller Inventory # 101341

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Life Sep 14 1962 The Take Over

Published by Life, United States (1962)

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From: Joseph M Zunno (ROY, WA, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Life, United States, 1962. soft. Condition: See Pic.    Vintage Issue Of Life Magazine September 14, 1962   Average Condition: Exterior shows light to moderate wear, interior is very clean.      Seller Inventory # 17749

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Life Sep 14 1962 Breakthroughs In Government,

Published by Life, United States (1962)

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From: Joseph M Zunno (ROY, WA, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Life, United States, 1962. soft. Condition: See Pic.    Vintage Issue Of Life Magazine September 14, 1962   Average Condition: Exterior shows light to moderate wear, interior is very clean.      Seller Inventory # 17750

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LUCE, HENRY R. (EDITOR IN CHIEF)

Published by TIME INC., CHICAGO (1962)

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From: JULIAN'S BOOKS (New York, NY, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: TIME INC., CHICAGO, 1962. Softcover. Condition: G+. THE TAKE-OVER GENERATION, ITS BREAKTHROUGH IN GOVERNMENT, SCIENCE, SPACE, BUSINESS, EDUCATION, RELIGION AND THE ARTS. ; Folio; 118 pages. Seller Inventory # 36586

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Soule, Harris W.

Published by William Soule, Essex, Vermont (1971)

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From: Livres Norrois (Sutton, QC, Canada)

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About this Item: William Soule, Essex, Vermont, 1971. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. Hard cover, no dust jacket, very good condition. Harris W. Soule was born at Fairfield, Vermont, on April 14, 1900. A graduate of the University of Vermont in 1922, Soule became Windsor County Agent in 1923 and County Agent Leader of the Vermont Extension Service in 1931. Appointed state director of the Production and Marketing Administration of the USDA in 1945, Soule resigned in 1948 to enter politics in an unsuccessful bid for the Republican nomination for Congress. After serving as Vermont Development Director from 1949 to 1951, he rejoined the USDA and was Northeast Area Director of the Commodity Stabilization Service at his retirement in 1962. An avid outdoorsman all his life, Soule spent much of his time at his camp in Clayton Lake, Maine. Having written numerous outdoors articles for New England magazines and newspapers, he gathered together his recollections in Northwoods Tales and Unusual Recipes, which was published posthumously in 1971. Harris W. Soule died in Burlington, VT, on September 26, 1971. Size: 8vo - over 7¾ in. - 9¾ in.Tall. Book. Seller Inventory # 112905

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Lincoln's Animal Friends (Signed): Ruth Painter Randall

Ruth Painter Randall

Published by Little, Brown And Company, Boston (1958)

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From: Rareeclectic (Pound ridge, NY, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Little, Brown And Company, Boston, 1958. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good Minus. Louis Darling (illustrator). 1st Edition. Stated First Edition. Once listed, this will be the Only signed copy of this book for sale anywhere on the Internet. The signed inscription can be found on the first front end paper and reads 'to C.C. Burford, who wrote a nice review of this book, with every good wish, Ruth Painter Randall, September 19, 1958'. The title page is a double-page illustration. On one of the pages it reads 'Incidents about Abraham Lincoln and animals, woven into an intimate story of his life '. There are small illustrations atop every chapter page. There also a good number of other illustrations, including three or four that are full-page. They are the work of a Louis Darling and are really quite nice. You can see the covers of the book in the photographs provided. They are very clean and in very good condition with only minor wear. The interior of the book is also in very good condition. This book is very solidly bound, the pages are nicely tight. They are also exceptionally clean, bright, and in excellent shape. Scrolling through, I didn't see any dogeared corners and only one small, thin crease off a top edge, away from the print. There aren't any markings or attachments. And with the exception of the author's signed inscription, no one has written their name or anything else anywhere in this book. You can see the dust jacket in the first couple of photographs. It has a little bit of wear but has held up quite nicely. It has only minor soiling. There is a very light water stain just off the bottom edge of the rear cover. There is a small chip off the top edge of the spine, though not reaching any of the lettering. There's one tiny tear off the top edge of the rear cover. The jacket is NOT price-clipped, not clipped at all. I've had it fitted with a protective cover for as long as I've owned it. 'Ruth Painter Randall married James G. Randall, the American historian, in 1917, and shared his interest in Lincoln studies. In particular, she assisted him in his research for Lincoln the President: From Springfield to Gettysburg (1945), collaborating in particular on "The House on Eighth Street" and "Sifting the Ann Rutledge Evidence". Her first book, Mary Lincoln, Biography of a Marriage (which I also have a signed copy of for sale), was published a few days before her husband's death in 1953. She then wrote Lincoln's Sons (1955) and the The Courtship of Mr. Lincoln (1957). Between 1948 and 1958, she also wrote some 14 Lincoln articles in the New York Times Magazine, Chicago Tribune Books, and elsewhere. There followed books on Colonel Elmer Ellsworth (1960) and, for young readers, Lincoln's Animal Friends (1958), I, Mary (1959), I, Varina (1962), and I, Jessie (1963), biographies of the wives of Lincoln, George Armstrong Custer, and John C. Fremont, as well as her own autobiography, I, Ruth, the self-told story of the woman who married the great Lincoln scholar, James G. Randall, and through her interest in his work became a Lincoln author herself (1968).'. Inscribed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # 001804

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About this Item: (Edited by Aida Craig Truxall for the U. of Pittsburgh Press), comprising 44 autograph letters, signed by Adam Bright, 27 July 1861 - 14 April 1864, and 34 autograph letters, signed by Michael Bright, 22 October 1861 - 26 July 1863, most of each group to their uncle Emanuel Stotler at home in Alleghany County, Pennsylvania; accompanied by the publisher's file of working manuscripts and other material. 8vo. 296 total pages, approximately 30,000 words; some of the letters with a patriotic letterhead, most are addressed to their uncle, some to his wife, a few to "family," and several are from Adam to Michael, most accompanied by mailing envelopes. The following are also included:_(1) Truxall's original ribbon typescript for her transcriptions of the letters (4to, 148 pages, rectos only), some pages with editorial markings._(2) Truxall's original ribbon typescript of her manuscript for the book, including her preface, notes to the text, and other material, as submitted for publication, with many corrections, additions, and deletions by her editor at the University of Pittsburgh Press (4to, 152 pages, rectos only)._(3) Truxall's copy of the published book (8vo, 96 pp., illustrated, cloth and boards, dust jacket, very good), with the signature "Truxall" at the head of the front flap of the dust jacket._(4) File of Truxall's notes toward the project, genealogical material, historical material concerning various Pennsylvania military units serving in the Civil War, 1950s-era Civil War battlefield leaflets, three topographical maps of the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, area, and a few related newspaper clippings._(5) Carte-de-visite photograph of Corporal Adam Bright (3 1/2 x 2 1/4 inches, mounted on a slightly larger card), in uniform sitting in a studio, probably from 1864, with the backmark: "R.W. Addis / Photographer / 308 Penna Avenie / Washington, D.C." All of the letters folded. Some foxing and a little staining to a few of the letters, one repaired with tape, the envelopes worn and variously soiled and stained; some postage stamps still affixed. Adam Bright enlisted in the 9th Pennsylvania Infantry in early 1861 and served with his unit in the various campaigns of the Army of the Potomac until the unit was mustered out of service in April, 1864; he returned to civilian life in western Pennsylvania. His brother Michael enlisted in the 77th Pennsylvania regiment later in 1861 and served with that unit in the various campaigns of the Army of the Cumberland until killed in action on the first day at Chickamauga in September, 1863._"The accounts of camp living, the primitive practices of the army, the methods of handling the distribution of rations, the rumors of the immediate end of the war, always erroneous and probably the result of wishful thinking on the part of the soldiers, and the enlisted men's evaluations of the generals are all very interesting. But the most fascinating picture that emerges is that of two ordinary young men performing a duty that patriotism required of them in spite of the perils of battlefield and camp life while fighting the silent and lonely battle of homesickness which has always been the bane of soldiers" (from Harry R. Beck 's review in The Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine, vol. 46, no. 1, Jan., 1863). Seller Inventory # 53216

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