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Baltimore City Hall: a New Beginning

By Schaefer, William Donald (Introduction)

Good. Booklet. Undated. Paper Wrappers - includes two fold-outs. Introduction is a Letter From The Mayor, William Donald Schaefer. Each fold out has text plus illustrations - includes History, Building diagrams, Art and Architecture, and a Lithograph of Baltimore City Hall 1877 . There are 8 total pages - divided into two separate folded documents that are 8.5x11 on each page (i. E. The cover page, page 2, page 3, page 4 are all 8.5 x 11) Part I -- Pages 2, 3, and 4 are History -however, it is a bit misleading to say there are only 4 pages for each document as the inside opens up and has texts plus illustrations. The inside of the first document depicts The Rotunda, Mayor's Ceremonial Room, The City Council Chambers, The Courtyards, The Board of Estimates Room - with photos and description. The right side is a Legend with the Longtudinal and Cross Sections. Part II- Art and Architecture. Text plus portrait of James Calhoun, 1797. Doorknobs and Hardware; Fireplaces; Rosetts; Pilaster; Scagliola; Lighting Fixtures are on pages 6 and 7. Page 8 - stained glass, elevator plaques, shutters and paneling - Text plus drawings on all of the above. Inner flap - a 24x17 (approx) full sized Lithograph of Baltimore City Hall 1877 by A Hoen & Co Baltimore. Creasing, edge tears, no writing, outer wraps have some soiling .

$10.00

Baltimore Free University: Apocaypse Johns Hopkins

Good. 1970. Stapled wraps. Pamplet; Baltimore Free University. Features a listing of classes, the instructors, and a description of each class. Esoteric Classes such as Astrology: Transformations of Consciousness, Babaji's Kriya Yoga, Tarot, Esoteric Buddhism, Qabalah, Symbology, Medicine in the Bible, the Life and Teachings of Avatar Meher Baba, etc; plus Socio-Porblematic Course: Communism, Modern China, etc. Four pages over decorative black and white cover .

$10.00

Royal Doulton Fine China

By Royal Doulton

Cross-Courtenay Ltd. Fair. ca 1965. Booklet. Fold-out brochure with photos and Suggested Retail Prices in British pounds. Description below each photograph. Includes: Royal Windor, English Renaissance, Buckingham, Royal Gold, Lyric, Millefleur, etc. Back cover has creaes, tears. Undated. Back states: Subject to Purchase Tax Fluctuation after 1 January 1965 .

$10.00

Modes and Motors
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Modes and Motors

By General Motors Styling Section

General Motors Corp.. Good. 1958. Booklet. 32 pages. Clean, good binding. Discusses Art and Civilization - Greece and Rome, Oriental Art, Industrial Arts, Motor Car Designing, etc .

$10.00

1979: New York Daily News: March 2, 1979 US Peace Plan - Israel - Jimmy  Carter; Muhammed Ali and Kent Green'
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1979: New York Daily News: March 2, 1979 US Peace Plan - Israel - Jimmy Carter; Muhammed Ali and Kent Green'

New York News. 1979. Newspaper. Muhammad Ali - article and photo of Ali. Ali says he wants Kent Green, who beat as amateur. Cover: US Secretary of State Cyrus Vance and Israel's Menachem Begin. China bids Viets join talk on ending war; Elvis Presley's relatives: Lisa Maria, Priscella and Vernon; The Peking bit and the nuclear bark by Patrick Buchanan; Shirley Temple - "Little Miss Marker" and casting calls for a remake; Music group Dire Straits; "Norma Rae" movie with Sally Field and Ron Leibman; Advertisement for "Superman" starring Christopher Reeve; Songstress Judy Stevens, Larry Bird (photo) , Indiana State All-American. Outer edges of the cover has tears. .

$14.00

In The Name Of Friendship And Progress: Cultural Exchange Enriches And  Unites The Peoples
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In The Name Of Friendship And Progress: Cultural Exchange Enriches And Unites The Peoples

By Novasti Press Agency

Novosti Press Agency Publishing House. Good. Softcover. ; Undated, circa l970, unpaginated. Clean inside, cover creases, tear on the back cover's edge, front cover is scuffed. A story about the cultural cooperation between the Soviet Union and Afro-Asian countries. Topics include Education, Atomic Reactors and Professors, Cultural Exchange, etc. Contains mostly black and white photos with captions. Some of the photos include Red Square in Moscow with a youth delegation from the Republic of the Congo (Brazzaville) ; Mac Fitz-Williams, student from Ghana, studying in the Soviet Union to become both a doctor and musician; Vietnamese artists greeting a Soviet delegation that visited the democratic Republic of Vietnam in 1965; Az-Zujaji Ridha Jawad from the Iraqui Repulic presenting his thesis on poultry farming at the Timiryazev Agricultural Academy in Moscow; Pilots from Mali training in the Soviet Union, Guests from Ceylon; Wahib Bateddini from Lebanon studying at the Surikov Art School, Moscow; Various sports including Indonesian weighlifter Irsen at the international weightlifting competition in Moscow and Valery (Valeriy) Brumel, Soviet high jumper and world record holder, The Soviet Union set up a reserach center in syrian; Indian scouts at the Moscow Young Pioneer Palace, etc .

$30.00

How to Make the 32 Most Popular Drinks

By Southern Comfort

St Louis MO: Southern Comfort. Good. 1960. Third Printing. Pamphlet. Clean, illustrated with drawings. Includes Tips from the Experts, Basic Glassware, recipes and favorites from places such as Fontainbleu Hotel, Miami; The Ambassador East, Chicago; Sardi's East, New York; Royal Hawaiian Hotel, Honolulu; Trader Vic's, Brennan' French Restaurant, New Orleans; Jack Dempsey's, New York. ; .

$8.00

Kiddy Comic Postard No 126

Kiddie Comic. Fair. Postcard. Vintage Kiddy Comic No. 126. There is a green one-cent Benjamin Franklin stamp on the back, with Franklin facing left - stamp is creased. Front of card says: If I decide to Come, Nothing will stop me! The word "home' was handwritten in after the word 'come'. Colorful picture shows a little girl walking down the street. Writing and brown spots on the back of the card. Front of the card creased and browned. Back of the card has the addressee's name crossed out and a short, unfinished sentence .

$6.00

Mulberry Hall: Catalogue of Fine China and Crystal Catalogue Plus Price List

Good. Catalog. 22 page Catalogue plus Separate Catalogue Price List dated 1986. Clean. Ilustrated throughout. Includes Wedgwood, Royal Doulton, Waterford Crystal, Royal Copenhagen, Josiah Spode, Stuart Crystal, Royal Worcester, Coalport, Aynsley, etc. Biographies of the Fine China's namesakes included .

$18.00

Bar None #8 (Prison Rights Publication)

W. Somerville, MA: Bar None. 1976. Newsprint. Issue VII Aug 76. 35 pages on newsprint. Illustrated with drawings. Writings by prisoners, about prisons. Includes: Symbionese Liberation Army, Another Insanity of MCI WAR-Pole (Massachusetts Correctional Center) ; Jailer Put Fatal Drugs in Man's Food; Louisiana State Penitentiary (Another Angola to Liberate) ; It's Time Warden by Anthony Jamison, Behavior Modification, The Myth of White Supremacy, poem "That Maddening Scream" by Guy Martin, Menard, Ill; Death Row inmate Albert "Bo" Crowder, Raleigh, NC; Richard Dhoruba Moore of NY, Prisoner Curtis Brown, Woman prisoner Edna White from Jackson, G, Woman Prisoner tells of slavery by Joanne Johnson, and letters from many other prisoners. Paper has soiling, creases, tears. .

$25.00

B&O, Baltimore and Ohio Transportation Museum, Baltimore, Maryland

By Public Relations Department, Baltimore & Ohio Railroad

Baltimore and Ohio Transportation Museum. Good. 1950. Pamphlet. Undated. Circa 1950. Illustrated throughout. Includes Museum Exhibits, The Historic Locomotive, Historic Rolling Stock, In the Roundhouse, A Little Bit of Everything, The Dioramas, The HO Gauge Model Railroad, the First Stone. Frontispiece show Charles Carroll of Carrolltown, first surviving signer of the Declaration of Independence; .

$8.00

The nearest stars
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The nearest stars

By Van de Kamp, Peter

Society of the Sigma Xi. Fair. 1954. Pamphlet. Pages 573 to 578 reprint from American Scientist October 1954. Article is "The Nearest Stars" by Peter van de Kamp, Sproul Observatory, Swarthmore College. Illustrated with photos, drawings and tables. Outer wraps have notes written in ink and stain, edge tear. ; .

$18.00

A Year from Monday / New Lectures and Writings

By Cage, John

Wesleyan. Good. 1970. Second Printing. Softcover. BONUS: Includes a New York Times clipping, dated Dec 10, 1973 on the Avant Garde festival in NY; the article discusses John Cage and quotes Mr Cage, who was present. Text is clean - a couple of pages have browning, former owner's name inside. Photo with captions in the article include Charlotte Moorman, and clucking chickens .

$25.00

New York Daily News: March 6, 1971 (Jimmy Carter to Visit Egypt, Israel) Sarah Jessica Parker, Jimmy Breslin, Voyager I, Rudi Stern, Jupiter

New York News. Good. 1971. Newspaper. Complete paper. Cover photo of Menachem Begin, Ed Koch and Hugh Carey. Other front pape articles: High court rules alimony is for men, too; Jupiter pictures; Poker winners. Pictures and write-ups on Patty Duke as Annie Sullivan in The Miracle Worker, Sarah Jessica Parker, Alfred Hitchcock, Frances Sternhagen. Princess Caroline, Candice Bergen, Elliot Willensky architect, Sara Weddington, ex-Met ballplayer Jon Matlack, and former Yank Sparky Lyle,. Back page - Catfish Hunter and his son Todd at the Yankees' Fort Lauderdale training camp. Edge tears on a couple of pages .

$14.00

1973 - Book World: the Washington Post - May 13, 1973 Vint Lawrence, Motown, War on Drugs

By Washington Post

The Washington Post. Fair. 1973. Newsprint. Cover: Anthony Marro on the Drug War, reviewing The American Disease by Musto and The Drug Hang-up by Rufus King. Also: The Great American Novel by Philip Roth, review by Webster Scott; Breakfast of Champion or Goodbye Blue Monday by Vonnegut reviewed by S. K. Oberbeck - drawings by Vint Lawrence. Casanova of the Keyboard - My Young Years by Arthur Rubinstein, review by Richard Freedman; Children's Book World section includes Why Do You Like This Book; Must I Be Like You by Bruce Cook; When I Grow Up by Joyce Alpern; Where Do Babies Come From, review by Mary Breasted; Who Pulled the Plug by Virginia Haviland ; On Music - A Good Day for Black Rock by Tom Zito. Edges have chipping .

$18.00

1973 - Book World: the Washington Post - April 29, 1973 Huey Newton, Revolutionary Suicide (Cover)

By Washington Post

The Washington Post. Good. 1973. Newsprint. Features: The War After Vietnam; Back to Pitcairn, Malcolm Cowley on the Viking Portables. Front page: Revolutionary Suicide by Huey Newtown, reviewed by Lee Lockwood. Also Jewn-Jacques Rousseau by Croker, reviewed by John Weightman; Navigating the Rapids 1918-1971: From the Papers of Adolf A. Berle, reviewed by Kenneth S. Davis; Zen, Drugs and Mysticism by Zaehner reviewed by Alex Comfort .

$18.00

Book World: the Washington Post - May 14, 1972 Spiro Agnew, Cover; Albert Camus

By Washington Post

The Washington Post. Good. 1972. Newsprint. Features: The lovely game of baseball - review of Agnell's The Summer Game by Ray Robinson; An early work of Camus (A Happy Death review by J. D. O'Hara) ; Eudora Welty's new novel (The Optimists' Daughter) review by Paul Theroux. Front cover picture of Spiro Agnew, with 3 book reviews by Walter Jacobson. Also Flashman Paper review by Timothy Severin; Lost London by Habhouse, reviewed by Christopher Hibbert .

$10.00

Literary Times: September 1964, Vol 3 No 7

Literary Times. Fair. 1964. Front page: The Village: Carney Moves from Coney; Zeroing in on Jasper Johns; Reports from: Salzburg, London, Mexico; Reviews of: Newport Folk Festival, Ann Arbor Space Theater, New York Art Films & Shakespeare Festivals; Interviewed: Chet Baker, Jasper Johns; Reviewed: Langston Hughes, Jean Paul Sartre. Also Harlem's Hip Heep by John Harvey, book editor on Willie "The Lion" Smith - article plus photo of Smith. Left edge of the issue is torn and freyed .

$15.00

Los Angeles Free Press, Part 2 : 4 Jul 1969 Andy Warhol Flesh

Los Angeles Free Press. Fair. 1969. Newspaper. Part 2 only. Front: requiem for sandy, lament for bart by Alex Apostolides. They Became What They Beheld - serialization of an unpublished book by Edmund Carpenter & Marshall McLuhan (a continuing feature of the Free Press, this is 59, 60a, 60b, 61, 62, 63a and 63b). "Skin" opening shadowed by new laws discusses California smut laws. Interview from Brownie McGhee and Sonny Terry rapping with Ed Pearl at the Ashgrove just before it burned down; Film review of Norman Mailer's "Beyond the Law". Lots of advertisements and pictures including Andy Warhol's "Flesh" .

$20.00

Negroes: Text of the Moynihan Memorandum on the Status of Negroes

The New York Times. 1970. Ephemera. Original newpaper article from Sunday, March 1, 1970: Text of the Moynihan Memorandum on the Status of Negroes. Photo of Moynihan. Reading copy, edges on the article have some chipping, margin has handwritten notes. The article itself is totally readable. This is a 5 column article, text of a "Memorandum for the President" (Nixon) on the position of Negroes, including 1. Employment and Income; 2. Education; 3. Female-Headed Families; 4. Social Pathology; 5. Social Alienation. Article also has 4 parts on the Nixon Administration. The bottom half of this clipping has tears. The back page is a picture half-page article on Dr. Lee A. DuBridge, science adviser to President Nixon .

$18.00

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