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February 2007 Issue -- Swimsuits; J.P Calderon Cover

By: Instinct Magazine

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Studio City, Calif, Instinct Publishing 200:

Seller ID: 005346

Condition: Very Good

88 pp. Nearly new, lightly read. Cover shows J.P. Calderon, former character of "Survivor" TV show; feature deals with his coming-out experiences. Annual swimsuit issue. Plus articles on sitcom actor Sean Maguire and movie actress Tara Reid. Travel piece on Maui. View more info

The Archie Digest Library No. 115

By: Laugh Digest Magazine

Price: $3.00

Publisher: Mamaroneck, N.Y., Archie Comics Publications: 1994

Seller ID: 005486

Condition: Very Good -

Unpaginated, approx. 100 color pp. Lightly read, thumbed, light rippling. Binding sturdy. August 1994 anthology of about 20 stories, plus puzzles, etc. Story lines by Mike Pellowski. More hijinks of Archie, the eternal sophomore, and his pals Veronica, Reggie, Moose, Miss Grundy, et al. View more info

Liberace Mr. Showmanship Souvenir Program

By: Liberace

Price: $7.00

Publisher: Culver City, California, Dennis & Associates:

Seller ID: 003442

Condition: Good

A piano-shaped 11-by-14-in. 14-page color souvenir program for Liberace concerts in Las Vegas and elsewhere. Moderate creases, half-inch rip near top edge, and noticeable wear but clean and still sturdy. No markings. Cover shows Liberace resplendent in gold suit, numerous inside color photos of Liberace in his many flamboyant costumes. Also smaller b&w photos of him with other stars, such as Carol Channing, Englebert Humperdinck, Jack Benny, Queen Elizabeth and Milton Berle. Various mansion shots. Not dated but appears to have published when Liberace was 50ish. Rear cover shows him dancing wit... View more info

Life Magazine -- June 23, 1967 Issue

By: Life Magazine

Price: $8.50

Publisher: NY, Time-Life Inc.: 1967

Edition: Vol. 62, No. 23.

Seller ID: 009722

Condition: Very Good

96 pp. Lightly read. Remains of mailing label on lower left cover. "Wrap-Up of the Astounding War" (Six-Day War). Reporter Theodore White gives a colorful eye-witness account of battle action, relating it to various historical and spiritual landmarks of the Holy Land. Part of his account focuses on the valiant defense of Kibbutz Dan, northernmost Israeli settlement near Syria. Mostly middle-aged men managed to hold the village against Syrian invaders. Issue also includes a sidebar article about Jerusalem falling under full Israeli control. Color photos of wrecked vehicles in the Sinai ... View more info

Spring 2011 Issue -- Syracuse, New York Cover Story

By: Maxwell Perspective

Price: $6.00

Publisher: Syracuse N.Y., Maxwell School of Syracuse University: 2011

Edition: Spring 2011.

Seller ID: 003810

Condition: Very Good +

Lightly read, very clean, no creases or markings. Half-inch closed tear in front cover. 36 pp., including a 14-pp package of articles about Syracuse, New York, and its effort to adapt to changing demographics and maintain services with reduced revenues. "A case study in the triumphs and travails of the mid-sized American city." The Maxell School, a leading graduate school of public administration, has served as a spawning ground for new concepts in municipal government, often using Syracuse as a laboratory. The package was reported and written by Jeffrey Pepper Rodgers with contributio... View more info

Mergenthaler Fonts for the V-I-P Phototypesetter

By: Mergenthaler Linotype Co.

Price: $24.00

Publisher: NY, Mergenthaler Linotype Co.: 0

Edition: First Edition.

Seller ID: 009218

Condition: Very Good

72 pp. mostly on heavy card stock and glossy stock. Light yellowing of the left portion of white cover. Lower 1 inch of cover's left side has separated from plastic spiral, rest of spiral binding intact. Clean, no markings. A catalog of various type fonts sold by Mergenthaler for its photo typesetting equipment. The catalog is undated, but probably about 1960. An embossed gilt seal showing Ottmar Mergenthaler is pasted on the upper right section of the front cover; a portion of the seal is discolored. Laid in a pocket on the inside cover is a large folding chart, 44 in. tall by 31 in wide, dis... View more info

A Handy Guide to the Ruins of Furness Abbey

By: Morris, J.P. (revised By Turner, J)

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Ulverston, UK, James Atkinson/Caxton Printing Works:

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 003555

Condition: Good +

54 pp. Stapled softcover, dogearned crease of lower front corner, light soiling and foxing. With 1 page insert laid in advertising the Furness Abbey Hotel and Waterman pens. No date but appears to be circa 1920 from the advertising. (Hotel rate is given as "16/ per day for two or three days.") A general tourist guide and historical summary of the Furness Abbey ruins in England's Lake District. Includes a diagram of the abbey, several b&w photos. View more info

Car of the Year 2003

By: Motor Trend

Price: $2.50

Publisher: Los Angeles, Los Angeles: Primedia, 2003: 2003

Edition: January 2003

Seller ID: 002676

Condition: Very Good

Magazine. Very Good. January 2003. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. 144 p.Light wear, still fresh. Cover story is about the 2003 Car of the Year, the Infiniti G-35, and the many runners-up. Other contents: a rundown of luxury midsize SUVs, plus an article on "Family Ferries" (minivans.) Consumer piece about warranties. View more info

Nixon-Elvis Postcard

By: National Archives and Records Administration

Price: $3.00

Seller ID: 005129

Postcard shows black and white photo of President Richard Nixon posing and shaking hands with Elvis Presley. Caption says the photo is dated Dec. 21, 1970, showing Nixon presenting a federal narcotics agent badge to Elvis after Elvis volunteered to be a drug informant (!). The two are in a posed handshake in the Oval Office with flags in the background. Postcard published by the National Archives and Records Administration. Card is postally used with a 1994 postmark. One light dogear crease on lower right corner. View more info

April 1999 Issue "Return to the Battle of Midway"

By: National Geographic Society

Price: $4.05

Publisher: Washingon, D.C., National Geographic Society: 1999

Edition: Vol. 195, No. 4

Seller ID: 003712

Condition: Very Good +

135 pp. Nearly new, lightly read. Small half-inch tear at bottom of cover. Cover story is about sunken ships at the Battle of Midway site. Other articles deal with development threatening the pristine Galapagos Islands; the "Blues Highway" running from New Orleans and Mississippi north to Chicago; Texas hill country; the "Copper age" of archaeology. View more info

National Geographic August 1992 Issue "Struggle of the Kurds" Cover Story

By: National Geographic Society

Price: $3.00

Publisher: Washington, National Geographic Society: 1992

Edition: Vol. 182, No 2.

Seller ID: 009034

Condition: Good

130 pp. Light wear, some page corners creased. No markings. "Struggle of the Kurds," the 27-page cover story, describes the Kurdish people and atrocities they suffered in Iraq from Saddam Hussein before he was toppled in the First Gulf War . Article was the first Natl Geographic assignment by the late essayist Christopher Hitchens. Includes a full page map of Kurdistan as it stretches across Iraq, Syria, Turkey and Iran. Other a rticles features the Main-Danube Canal, Denali National Park, Paraguay and the Chinese Emperor's Tomb. Size: 4to -- 10 in Tall. View more info

Jan. 3, 1949 Issue -- FDR Myths

By: New Republic

Price: $9.00

Publisher: NY, Editorial Publications: 1949

Seller ID: 010006

Condition: Good

30 pp. Cover pages detached from rest of magazine. Text moderately toned. ThumbedLead cover article by William Harland Hale examines myths emerging about Franklin Roosevelt. A Joseph Lash article looks at a controversy about Soviet Communists questioning scientific theories of heredity. Another article is entitled "Imperialist Folly in Indonesia." Also a piece about Washington's chief lobbies. Size: 4to -- 11 in Tall View more info

"Her Son the Terrorist" -- Feb. 9, 2003 Isssue

By: New York Times Magazine

Price: $3.50

Publisher: NY, NY Times: 2003

Edition: Feb. 9, 2003

Seller ID: 002467

Condition: Very Good

90 pp. Light wear, sturdy, no major creases. Cover story: "Her Son the Terrorist," by Susan Dominus, about the family of accused Sept. 11 hijacker Zacarias Moussaoui. Other articles" "When Black Women Love White Men," interview with Randall Kennedy, black author of "Interracial Intimacies." and "Why Spam Can't Be Stopped." View more info

2nd Annual Year in Ideas

By: New York Times Magazine

Price: $3.00

Publisher: NY, NY: New York Times, 2002: 2002

Edition: Dec. 15, 2002

Seller ID: 002325

Condition: Very Good +

Very Good +. Dec. 15, 2002. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. 158 pp. Very light wear. Fresh, firm stapled binding. The NYT Magazine presents its 2nd annual review of the year's brightest ideas, innovations, products and fashions. Illustrated by photos of Rodney Smith. View more info

"Al Qaeda's Philosopher" Cover Story

By: New York Times Magazine

Price: $3.50

Publisher: NY, NY Times: 2003

Edition: March 23, 2003.

Seller ID: 002547

Condition: Very Good

70 pp. Sturdy, nearly new. Cover story is "The Philosopher of Islamic Terrorism," a profile of Egyptian Sayyid Qutb written by Paul Berman. Other articles include a profile of U.S. Sen. Lincoln Chafee, R-R.I., a piece about acoustical systems inventor Woody Norris and a photo layout showing Joel Gray's apartment. View more info

The State of George Pataki Cover, June 15, 2003

By: New York Times Magazine

Price: $3.00

Publisher: NY, NY Times, 2003: 2003

Seller ID: 002862

Condition: Very Good

Newspaper Supplement. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. 78 pp. Cover story by Jennifer Senior details Gov. George Pataki's budget struggles with the NY Legislature during 2003. Other articles include a profile of Muslim comedienne Shazia Mirza by Marshall Sella and a piece about Robert Lowell by Charles McGrath. Also a portfolio of close-up photos of famous thoroughbreds, including Funny Cide. View more info

"A Mess of Intervention" -- New York Times Magazine Sept. 7, 2003.

By: New York Times Magazine

Price: $3.00

Publisher: NY, NY Times, 2003: 2003

Edition: Sept. 7, 2003

Seller ID: 002964

Condition: Very Good

Newspaper Supplement. Very Good. Sept. 7, 2003. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. 96 pp. Lightly rippled near spine, but clean and sturdy. Cover story Michael Ignatieff explores the US Iraqi policy prior to invasion. Other contents: a special section on style. A piece about the Supreme Court "How to Reignite the Culture Wars" by Jeffren Rosen. Fold-out front cover shows a bikini clad woman model promoting Ralph Lauren Blue fragrance. View more info

"Great Performers" Feb. 29, 2004 Issue

By: New York Times Magazine

Price: $3.00

Publisher: NY, NY Times: 2004

Edition: Feb. 29, 2004

Seller ID: 003089

Condition: Very Good +

84 pp. Nearly new, unread. Cover story "Great Performances," a photographic collection of great actors in films of 2003. Photos are by Inez van Lamsweede and Vinoodh Matadin. Other articles concern Asian novelist Chang-rae Lee, disappearing languages, and French anti-Semitism. View more info

"The Grief Payout" Dec. 8, 2002 Issue

By: New York Times Magazine

Price: $4.00

Publisher: NY, New York Times: 2002

Edition: Dec. 8, 2002

Seller ID: 003112

Condition: Very Good

160 pp. Light wear, thumbed corners, still sturdy. Cover story about Sept. 11 victim compensation issues by Lisa Belkin -- she compares the 9-11 case to the Oklahoma City bombing and other mass disasters. Other articles: "How Green is BP?" "The Liberal Quandary over Iraq" (written by Georrge Parker pre-war), plus a portfolio of photographs of athletes at rest by Robert. Maxwell. View more info

"Armies of the Right" -- May 25, 2003 Issue

By: New York Times Magazine

Price: $3.00

Publisher: NY, NY: New York Times, 2003: 2003

Edition: May 25, 2003

Seller ID: 003206

Condition: Good +

Newspaper Supplement. Good +. May 25, 2003. Ephemera. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" Tall. 62 pp. Light wear, staples intact. Cover story "Armies of the Right" by John Colapinto explores the conservative "Hipublican" movement on college campuses. Covere shows Bucknell University students wearing George Bush t-shirts. Other articles include a piece on the Palestinian Authority's minister of finance, Salam Fayyad. Also a feature on Leo Felton, a white supremacist in Massachusetts trying to deal with the fact that he's a mulatto. View more info