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Lincoln, Abraham) Ashe, S.A.

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From: Clayton Fine Books (Shepherdstown, WV, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: 1934. Softcover. Condition: Near Fine. First Edition. Near fine in original wrappers with some brief discoloration along the top edge. Seller Inventory # b5008

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Edward Ronns [ aka Edward S. Aarons ] - J. Lane Linklater, Carl G. Hodges, Hal K. Wells, Ray Cummings, F.R. Read, A.J. Collins.

Published by Standard Magazines Inc., USA. (1947)

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About this Item: Standard Magazines Inc., USA., 1947. Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good. Good Girl Art Painted Cover! (illustrator). First Thus.. Vol. LIX, No.3, April/1947. A complete crime novel; "Until you Hang" (When lawyer Paul Towne, former middleweight fighter, goes on the trial of his buddy's killer, he finds himself pitted against a fiend deadly at ten feet - or ten thousand miles!) by Edward Ronns [ aka Edward S. Aarons ] NOVELETS - "Death at Both Ends" (Lefty Ragsdale is alone when he undertakes combing Hollywood for the stolen Langman gems, but he soon has teo corpses for company!) by J. Lane Linklater, "Murder Breeds Murder" (One crime leads to another as the killer tries to hide his guilt - but reporter Dwight Berke knows there's always a slip-up!) by Carl G. hodges. SHORT STORIES - "Death Plays the Fool" (Ed Rand's imagination boomerangs when he faces a real killer.) by Hal K. Wells, "Atom Boy" (Retired Pete McLean sees something new inthe way of crime-fighting.) by Ray Cummings, "Written in Blood" (There was nothing wheezy about Special Investigator Gray's methods.) by F.R. Read, "Shakedown Shamus" (Gadgeteer Pat Perry proves there are many ways of fixing things.) by A.J. Collins. >>>Nice COVER Depicts; Brunette Girl with gun pointed at Safecracker, as he looks at her in mirror. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. PULP Magazine!. Seller Inventory # P921

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Jane Becker, Leslie F. Hannon, Don Newlands, Ralph Allen, Ian Sclanders, Terence Robertson, Franklin Russell, Peter . Newman, Peter Gzowski, Ken Johnson.

Published by Maclean-Hunter Pub., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. (1962)

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About this Item: Maclean-Hunter Pub., Toronto, Ontario, Canada., 1962. Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good to Fine. PHOTO Cover! (illustrator). TRUE FIRST EDITION THUS.. 62 pages including covers. Volume 75 #4; February 24, 1962; Oversized 13-1/4" x 10-1/2"; CONTENTS - (1) The Lottery in our Courts, cover story, by Jane Becker; the PUNISHMENT too often fits neither the crime nor the criminal. (2) What the Common Market Means to Canada by Leslie F. Hannon; (3) Canada's Liveliest Longhairs Photostory by Don Newlands; (4) The Man Who Wants Peace by Ralph Allen; (5) A Quick Tour of Cape Canaveral by Ian Sclanders; (6) The Short Heroic Cruise That Saved Halifax by Terence Robertson; (7) The Pedigreed Forests of the Future by Franklin Russell; (8) La Difference Between Two Angry Young Canadiens by Peter C. Newman; - a policy blueprint for the republic of Quebec; (9) Portrait of an Intellectual in Action by Peter Gzowski; 2-1/4 Pages on Lawyer PIERRE ELLIOT TRUDEAU, with 1/2 page B&W Photo portrait; (10) Leo Hodson's Hitch with the Red Army Singers by Ken Johnstone; ** Loaded with Great Vintage AD's & many nice illustrations. Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. Tabloid Oversized Magazine. Seller Inventory # 4708

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Alfred Hudson Guernsey, editor; Charles Dickens, Porte Crayon (David Hunter Strother), John S.C. Abbott, William Makepiece Thackeray, Elias Loomis, et al

Published by Harper & Brothers, New York, New York (1855)

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About this Item: Harper & Brothers, New York, New York, 1855. Original Wraps. Condition: Fair. First printing. Single original issue. Small quarto, 10 1/4" tall, pages 289 to 432 + ads, printed beige wraps. A fair issue overall, clean, with light wear, but spine chipped at the edges top and bottom, half of front cover torn away, back cover present but loose; internal binding solid for the most part , BUT the last signature of 4 pages loose. Editorial text complete, paper lightly yellowed with some minor foxing. This is an original issue and includes all of the editorial material (articles, stories, poetry, etc.) as well as the advertisements and covers. Note: ''Harper's Magazine' began publication in 1850 and recreated the American magazine, serving as a promotional vehicle for Harper and Brothers books as well as the new 'literary' fiction and essay of the time, using sophisticated illustration and the best authors. Subject matters range from art, fiction, and poetry to history and science. As such it makes a terrific read as an anthology of its moment in time. Seller Inventory # 23593

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About this Item: First Edition. Complete original issue in near fine condition. Seller Inventory # b10681

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Metcalf, H.H.; Quimby, Mar D.; Dorr, Elizabethh Emerson; Brown, H.W.; al, Et

Published by The Granite Monthly Company, Concord, New Hampshire (1906)

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About this Item: The Granite Monthly Company, Concord, New Hampshire, 1906. Paperback. Condition: Good. First Edition. Pages 99-128. Printed upon glossy stock. Nice reproductions of black and white photos. Features: . New Hampshire's Oldest Lawyer; The Laconia Woman's Club; Dr. Ezra Green; A Camping Experience; Winter Birds of Central New Hampshire; An Interesting Letter; New Hampshire Obituaries - William O. Clough; Hon. Asa P. Morse; Hon. Henry F. Marston; Hon. Phineas Ayer; Mrs. Jesse A. Gove; Nice illustrated ad for the Boston and Maine Railrroad inside back cover features fishing; Poems; Unmarked. Moderate wear. Binding intact. A quality vintage copy. Seller Inventory # 302G3020

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Stuart, J.; Helfer, H.; Smith, W.; Tupper, D.; Orr, J.; Selwyn, A.; Couvaras, C.; Coffin, T.; Brown, C.; Sarlat, N.; Kearns, M.; Coldon, H.; al, Et

Published by Vet Publishers, Inc., New York (1947)

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About this Item: Vet Publishers, Inc., New York, 1947. Paperback. Condition: Good. First Edition. 50 pages. Cover photo of Lee Gore. Short Stories: The Prettiest Girls Live in Plum Grove; The Tattooing of Mrs. Joshua Worthington. Articles: Baseball Wakes Up - Now that Jackie Robinson has shown the way, other Negro stars hopefully eye baseball's big time - with photo of Don Newcombe after he became the first Negro pitcher to win a game in organized baseball, Roy Campanella, Larry Doby, Monty Irvin, Satchel Paige, and Little Leon Day; Blame the Girl - Jerry Geisler became Hollywood's most famous lawyer by convincing juries that a lady's past must be held against her - article with photos of famous female accusers; Atkinson is an Honest Jock - photo-illustrated article on horse jockey Theodore (Teddy) F. Atkinson; How to be a Successful Father - does the American family have too much momma and not enough pop?; I Fought with the Greek Guerillas - photo-illustrated article by Costa Couvaras; Truman's Bright Young Men - Clark Clifford and Gael Sullivan; Low Budget Vacations; America's Heroes Sound Off - with photos of heroes Paul Wiedorder, T.J. Kelley and Arthur Wermuth - what they think of peace two years after victory; Hope for the Hairless - Slav J. Youcheff announces the latest hair-restoring process; Mean Man - Actor James Mason is famous for slapping, caning and throttling women on the screen; Follow My Husband - photo feature on how private detectives are benefitting from California's rigid divorce laws; How to Buy a Suit; Can You Fix a Dog Race?; Photos from the movie "Copacabana"; Salutes to: Senator George D. Aiken, author Howard Armbruster, radio host Jack Barry, and tennis player Jackie Kramer; Salute's National Beauty Contest; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Light age-toning to contents. A nice vintage copy. Seller Inventory # 302G3963

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