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Verlag: The Frank A. Munsey Company, New York, 1937
Single Issue Magazine. Zustand: Good. cover art by V. E. Pyles (illustrator). First Edition; First Printing. New York: The Frank A. Munsey Company 1937. First Edition; First Printing Pulp magazine in Pictorial wrappers [about 7" x 10"], 144 pages, illustrated. Includes "The Man Who Lost His Head" by Theodore Roscoe, "Close---But No Cigar" by Richard Sale, the second of six parts of "Sandhog" by Borden Chase, "Sierra Gold" by John K. Butler, etc. A Good copy with the spine cocked, cover creasing with the usual edgewear, chipping/light-colored staining to the cover corners at the spine heel, clear/cellophane tape to the inside fore-edge of the front cover, text paper toned. See Photos bx 410.
Verlag: The Frank A. Munsey Company Publisher, New York, 1933
SingleIssueMagazine. Zustand: Good. First Edition. New York: The Frank A. Munsey Company Publisher. Good. 1933. First Edition. Single issue magazine. Good copy [shallow chipping to the spine heel, creasing and the usual edgewear to the cover, top edge chip to the rear cover, text paper tanned as usual and becoming brittle with some top edge chipping to the first few pages]. ; Includes the fourth of six parts of "The Golden City" by Ralph Milne Farley, "Skull Manor" by J. Allan Dunn, "Night Bus" by Theodore Roscoe, "Afghan Trick" by L. G. Blochman, "Happy Birthday" by James W. Egan, "Bayou Trap" by Hapsburg Liebe, "Fighter's Socks" by Walter Hopper Martin, etc. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 144 pages; 504E .
Verlag: Chicago, IL: Esquire Magazine for Men, May 1942, Volume XVII, # 102, 1st Edition, First Printing, Chicago, Illinois, 1942
Soft Cover. Zustand: Very Good (see description). Arthur Szyk, Alberto Varga ( Vargas ); L S Soderstrom; Walter E Bold; George Hurrell; Fletcher Martin; Erwin Blumenfeld; Etc (illustrator). First Edition. -----------magazine, a solid Very Good copy, all pages intact, fold-out Vargas girl is intact, super colour illustration by SZYK showing Churchill, Stalin and FDR disposing of Hirohito, Mussolini and Hitler, contents include: Good Soldiers Play Safe by O'Flaherty; G's in the Jaws of Japan by Robert W Marks (about the evolution of American Helldivers into the German Stuka, the English Blackburn Skua, our own Douglas A-24 ); Miner of Meteorites by Roscoe Fleming (about Harvey Harlow Nininger ); article by Benny leonard, and much, much more of course, Esquire Magazines at this time were produced with two kinds of paper, high quality glossy paper was used for articles with illustrations and photographs, some sections, especially the fiction were printed on more of a pulp paper, the sections of 'pulp' paper have browned as is often seen with these mags from this time, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo///NOT SIGNED ---GUARANTEED to be AVAILABLE///(size is approximate) Size: 10w x 14h Inches. Not Signed.
MARTIN, Roscoe E. People's Party in Texas: A Study of Third Party Politics. Austin: The University of Texas, 1933. 280pp. Folding maps. Orig. cloth. Some speckling to cloth, private owner's blindstamp to title page, else a very good. copy. Inscribed by the author on front free endpaper. Study of the Populist Party in Texas in the 1890s.
Verlag: The University of Texas Press, Austin, Texas
Blue buckram. Zustand: Very Good+. No Jacket. A BUDGET MANUAL FOR TEXAS CITIES / A MANUAL OF TAX COLLECTION PROCEDURE FOR TEXAS CITIES / A REVENUE SYSTEM FOR TEXAS CITIES / A PURCHASING MANUAL FOR TEXAS CITIES / A DEBT ADMINISTRATION MANUAL FOR TEXAS CITIES / CITY INDEBTEDNESS IN TEXAS / URBAN LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN TEXAS / THE TEXAS MUNICIPAL CIVIL SERVICE - These eight Municipal Studies neatly bound together in blue buckram [some underlining and markings in first 2 books] ---- Stuart A. MacCorkle's copy, with his signature and 1948 inside front cover; his signature also on front covers of 7 of the 8 titles inside ---- Stuart A. MacCorkle served as a director of the Institute of Public Affairs at the University of Texas. He served as executive director of the Texas Economy Commission in 1951-52 and was principal adviser in public administration at Seoul National University, Korea, from 1958 to 1960. He was also a two-term member of the Austin City Council, serving from 1949 to 1953, and he was mayor pro-tem during his second term. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Signed.