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Art Papers -- Jan-Feb 1995

By: Atlanta Art Papers

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Atlanta, Atlanta Art Papers: 1995

Edition: Vol. 19, No. 1

Seller ID: 003138

Condition: Very Good

77 pp. Lightly thumbed, sturdy stapling. B&w photos. Contents include a final report on a dollhouse architecture project; an interview with British political artists Conrad Atkinson; interview with Philadelphia multimedia artist Homer Jackson; a critique of the Chris Newby film "Anchoress"; an interview with performance artist Karen Finley whose National Endowment grant was rescinded. Plus 42 short reviews of various exhibits. View more info

The Standard Guide to Collecting Autographs: A Reference & Value Guide

By: Baker, Mark Allen

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Iola, Wisconsin, Krause Publications: 1999

Seller ID: 009745

ISBN: 0873416139

Condition: Near Fine

601 pp. Nearly new, spine uncreased. No marking. Exhaustive compendium of values for 15,000 signatures -- entertainers, presidents, athletes, generals, et al. Plus analysis and pointers on market trends. Size: 4to 11 in Tall View more info

Inscribed Color Photo of New York Yankee Third-Baseman Clete Boyer

By: Boyer, Clete

Price: $30.00

Publisher: 1965

Inscription: Inscribed By Subject

Seller ID: 009555

Condition: Very Good

Color photo of Clete Boyer, New York Yankee infielder circa 1965. Inscripiton in blue marker pen on Boyer's torso reads: "#6 to Jimmy my Best, Clete Boyer." Full front pose of Boyer's upper body, with Boyer smiling and grasping a bat; small playing field in background, possibly a spring training field in Fort Lauderdale (palm trees visible). Boyer played for the Yankees 1959-66 Size: 8 By 10 in View more info

"Face the Music" Promotional Folder for Spring 2009 Concerts

By: Daytona Beach International Festival

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Daytona Beach, DBIF: 2009

Seller ID: 009742

Condition: Good +

A direct-mail leaflet announcing more than 20 cultural events in the Daytona Beach area, including six concerts by the London Symphony Orchestra, during the period of April 16 to May 2, 2009. Within the folder is a smaller ticket-order form. Lightly rippled. The marketing theme "Face the Music" became ironic because this festival turned out to be the LSO's last biannual visit to Daytona Beach, a tradition that began in 1985. The visits were heavily subsidized by the Daytona Beach News-Journal over the years, but a federal judge halted the funding after Cox Newspapers, co-owner of the n... View more info

Center Stage

By: Daytona Beach News-Journal

Price: $12.00

Publisher: Daytona Beach, Florida, Daytona Beach News-Journal: 2006

Edition: First Edition.

Seller ID: 006086

Condition: Very Good

47 pp. on glossy stock. A full-color special section of the Daytona Beach News-Journal to mark the opening of The News-Journal Center, a $29 million performing arts building, in July 2006. Light wear, no markings. Many color photos, plus advertisements by Daytona's major companies and institutions. The publication marked the zenith of the civic influence and power of the Davidson family, former owners of the News-Journal. The glitzy art complex, conceived by Tippen Davidson, the newspaper's chief executive, triggered a legal battle with Cox Newspapers, the newspaper's minority shareholder. Cox... View more info

A Legendary Evening with Elvis and the Blue Brothers

By: Daytona Beach/Halifax Area Chamber of Commerce

Price: $3.00

Publisher: Daytona Beach Florida, Daytona Beach Halifax Area Chamber of Commerce: 1997

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 004911

Condition: Very Good

A folded card printed on 3 sides, with b&w photos of Elvis Presley and the Blues Brothers (or their imitators) on the front. Clean, no creases. Envelope missing. Front panel reads: "Spend a Legendary Evening with Elvis & the Blues Brothers." Inside panels give details of the 77th annual banquet of the Daytona Beach/Halifax Area Chamber of Commerce (Jan. 29, 1997), which featured entertainers from the Legends in Concert Show, which had just opened a Daytona Beach branch theater that year. (It closed after about a year). An unusual souvenir of the Las Vegas show culture reaching into a f... View more info

Ashton Kutcher Cover -- September 2011 Issue

By: Details Magazine

Price: $7.00

Publisher: New York, Advance Publishers: 2011

Seller ID: 007132

Condition: Very Good +

208 pp. Lightly read. Address label on front cover. Cover photo shows actor Ashton Kutcher in a black v-neck coat sweater. Cover story delves into Kutcher's love affair with Twitter and other computer technology. The article mentions only in passing Kutcher's new role as co-star of "Two and a Half Men" comedy. Other articles include a profile of Peter Thiel and his project to create a manmade platform island off San Francisco and have it become a libertarian nation. Also a piece on rapper Common. Several fashion spreads including one on winter coats. Size: 4to - -10.75 in Tall View more info

Details November 2013 Issue (Chris Hemsworth Cover)

By: Details Magazine

Price: $4.50

Publisher: NY, Conde Nast: 2013

Seller ID: 009250

Condition: Very Good

162 pp. Close to new, lightly thumbed. Subscription address label on bottom of front cover. Cover story about Chris Helmsworth, Australian star of "Rush" and "Thor:The Dark World" movies. Written y Adam Sacks. Other articles include "Picking up the Pieces" by Laura Bolt (celebrity redemption tales); "The Church of the Jedi" by Benjamin Svetheg and features on shirtless selfies and former child stars. Size: 4to -- 11 in Tall View more info

May 2011 Issue -- Mark Ruffalo Cover

By: Details Magazine

Price: $4.00

Publisher: NY, Conde Nast: 2011

Seller ID: 009748

Condition: Very Good

117 pp. Rough area near subscription corner of cover, otherwise close to new. Cover shows actor Mark Ruffalo in scruffy shadow beard, denim work shirt. Feature story by Jonathan Miles discusses how Ruffalo has returned to acting and directing after a brief retirement. Also a brief profile of model Patrick Schwarzenegger; fashion spread on casual blazers; men's spas. Size: 4to - -11 in Tall View more info

Detective Weekly Dec. 9, 1939 Issue

By: Detective Weekly

Price: $14.00

Publisher: NY, Red Star News Co.: 0

Edition: Vol. 155, No. 2.

Seller ID: 005730

Condition: Fair +

11 stories and features. 112 browned pages. Tattered cover, binding still strong. Cover art shows man in fedora firing a handgun. Includes 3 "novelets -- " "At Arm's Length"by Erle Stanley Gardner; 'Pat and Mike and Murder" by William Brandon, and "Laugh, Clowns!" by Hugh B. Cave. Also a special feature by J. Edgar Hoover, "Problems of Law Enforcement. View more info

Sand Special -- Oct. 1998 Issue

By: Dune Buggies and Hot VWs

Price: $2.00

Publisher: Costa Mesa, California, Wright Publishing: 1998

Edition: Volume 31, No. 10

Seller ID: 004454

Condition: Very Good

141 pp. Nearly new, slight rippling of pages. An issue focusing on dune buggies. Articles include pieces on year by year Beetle identification; off-road brake lights and porting heads. View more info

January 1998 Issue

By: Fantasy & Science Fiction

Price: $2.00

Publisher: West Cornwall, Connecticut, Mercury Press: 1998

Edition: January 1998

Seller ID: 002452

Condition: Good

160 pp. Subscription label and bookstore stamp on front cover. Pages clean, binding firm. Slight dogeared crease on front corner. Cover shows a family taking refuge in a large tree as a glowing whitish humanoid creature stands in the foreground. "Reading the Bones" by Sheila Finch is the centerpiece of the issue. Other stories by Nina Kiriki Hoffman, Dale Bailey, Lynn B. Coulter and Steven R. Boyett. View more info

1988 Florida Association of the American Institute of Architects 1988 Membership Directory

By: Florida Association of the American Institute of Architects

Price: $3.00

Publisher: Tallahassee, Fla., Tallahassee, Fla.: FA/AIA, 1988: 1988

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 002911

Condition: Very Good +

Magazine. Very Good +. First Edition. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. 62 pp. very sturdy, corners slightly thumbed. Clean, no markings. Colorful orange and red cubistic cover with a glimpse of a palm tree. Detailed listing of the names and addresses of hundreds of architects throughout Florida, plus information on the institute and its Florida organization, and thumbnail mugshots of the 10-man FA/AIA Executive Committee. One historical oddity on page 6 is a notice from Southern Bell reminding the architects about the impending debut of the "407" area code in Central Florida 1988, r... View more info

November 2002 Issue Josie Bissett Cover

By: Florida International Magazine

Price: $2.00

Publisher: Miami, Miami: QuanTuro Publishing, 2002: 2002

Edition: November 2002

Seller ID: 002374

Condition: Very Good +

Very Good +. November 2002. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. 144 pp. Nearly new. Cover story in this issue of the glossy Florida lifestyle magazine is a George Pelletier piece on actress Josie Bissett as she takes a leave from television work for motherhood. Also contains an interview with author James Grippando, a feature on artist Michele Oka Doner and pieces about Miami model Cindy Taylor, TV host Matt Lauer and musician Kenny Loggins. View more info

Glimmer Train Issue No. 18

By: Glimmer Train

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Portland Oregon, Glimmer Train: 1996

Seller ID: 005775

Condition: Near Fine

160 pp. Spine uncreased. Light wear, text very clean. Cover illustration by Jane Zwinger. Contents include: "The Boys at Night" by Robert Cohen; Interview with Psychologist Wayne Dyer by Linda Davies; "Otto" by Jamie Weisman; "Red Flag" by Eugenie Doyle. Interview with Irish writer Mary Morrisey by Annie Callan; "The End of a Decade" by Jane Rosenzweig. "The Story of a Million Years" by David Huddle. Article on the political imprisonment of writer Ma Thida in Burma. View more info

Men of the Year 20th Anniversary Issue -- Tom Brady Cover

By: GQ Magazine

Price: $10.00

Publisher: NY, Conde Nast: 2015

Edition: December 2015 Issue.

Seller ID: 009858

Condition: Very Good

252 in. Lightly read. "Men of the Year XX" section is highlighted by color cover photo of New England Patriot quarterback Tom Brady wearing a $5,000 Prada lambs wool overcoat like a royal robe. Inside are 5 other full page color photos of Brady and a feature about his being chosen "Man of the Year." Other notable features: Interviews with Donald Trump and Barack Obama, features on Navy SEAL transwoman Kristin Beck; NBA star Stephen Curry, comedian Tracy Morgan, Keith Richards, Quentin Tarantino, Michael Keaton. Notable models include bare-chested Rafael Nadal, showing Tommy Hil... View more info

Muddy Waters Cover -- March 1994 Issue

By: Guitar Player

Price: $4.00

Publisher: San Francisco, Miller-Freeman: 1994

Seller ID: 007147

Condition: Very Good

159 pp. Light wear. Cover story on Muddy Waters by James Obrecht. Other features on Frank Zappa, Billy Gibbons and a package of 25 country licks. View more info

San Francisco Harbor Tour Guide

By: Harbor Tours

Price: $5.00

Publisher: San Francisco, Tourbooks: 1961

Edition: Reprint

Seller ID: 005115

Condition: Good

22 pp. on glossy stock. Corners curled, ink dates on front cover. Overall, clean, sturdy. A guide issued by the Red and White Fleet in San Francisco to illustrate their excursion tours of San Francisco Harbor in the 1970s. Includes several photos and pages of information about Alcatraz, its history, and various escape attempts. View more info

March-April 1968 Issue -- George Wallace Campaign

By: Independent American

Price: $30.00

Publisher: New Orleans, Free Men Speak Inc.: 1968

Edition: Vol. XIV, No. 2

Seller ID: 005653

Condition: Good

8 pp. newsprint, folded twice, with vertical and horizontal creasing. Lightly yellowed, corners thumbed but still well-preserved overall. Dated April 30, 1968. This far-right newspaper devoted most of its April 30, 1968 issue to the presidential candidacy of George Wallace and the assassination of Martin Luther King. Lead article on front page is headlined: "Why is the Conservative Establishment Giving Wallace the Treatment?" The article blames conservatives for shunning Wallace because he was not a Republican and represented a challenge to GOP candidate Richard Nixon. Inside articles ... View more info

1890 Inglewood Winery Facsimile Newspaper Article

By: Inglewood Winery

Price: $6.00

Seller ID: 009098

Condition: Good +

A modern facsimile reprint of a full-page article about the Inglewood Winery, which appeared in the April 6, 1890 San Francisco Examiner. Top edge chipped, lightly toned. Includes several small engravings of winery details. Size: 17 in Wide By 22 In Tall. View more info