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Program of the 2015 Feast of St. Photios

By: St. Photios Shrine Chapel

Price: $3.00

Publisher: St. Augustine, Fl., St. Photios Shrine Chapel: 2015

Seller ID: 009923

Condition: Good +

One page, yellow paper, with fold in middle, listing schedule for various events for the 33rd Annual National Shrine Day Pilgrimage Weekend in Florida. The Feb. 5-8, 2015 gathering was centered in St. Augustine, site of the St Photios Shrine & Chapel, but also included side trips to Daytona Beach for vespers at St.Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church, and to New Smyrna Beach for a memorial service. Speakers included Archon Nicholas J. Furris, communications coordinator for Patriarch Bartholomew, and historian Dana Ste. Claire. Size: 8 in Tall X 11 in Wide View more info

Obama Cover -- February 2009 Issue

By: The Advocate

Price: $5.50

Publisher: Los Angeles, Regent Media: 2009

Seller ID: 009805

Condition: Very Good +

96 pp. Close to new.Color cover shows Obama face partially obscured by superimposed white text listing numeroous gay policy issues confronting his new administration, under the headling of "What will he do for you first?" Cover story by James Kirchick. A must for Obama collectors. Other features: Michelangelo Signorile critiques Rachel Maddow; piece on emergency anti-HIV drugs possibly displacing condoms; feature on actor Chris Evans; color photo spread on gay demonstrations; Journalist Benoit Denizet-Lewis discusses his own sex addiction; short pieces on Mike Albo, publisher Don Weise... View more info

Dawn of a Revolution -- Stonewall Revisited -- Oct-Nov. 2016 Issue

By: The Advocate

Price: $7.00

Publisher: NY, Here Media: 2016

Seller ID: 010004

Condition: Very Good

72 pp. Close to new, light thumbing. Cover story is about the production of the Roland Emmerich film "Stonewall." Cover uses the staged 1970 photo of youthful marchers in NYC promoting the Gay Liberation Front parade (America's first Pride Parade, a year after the Stonewll Riots). Othere articles: a feature about lesbian entrepreneurs; conservatives lending financial support to gay rights issues. Size: 4to -- 10.75 in Tall View more info

Liza Minelli Cover -- November 2010 Issue

By: The Advocate

Price: $4.50

Publisher: Los Angeles, Here Media: 2010

Edition: November 2010.

Seller ID: 010273

Condition: Very Good

56 pp. Corner crease on front cover. Light wear. Cover story features Liza discussing her gay friends and her album, "Confessions." Other features include a look at Republican gay activists (Ken Mehlman, Ted Olson, et al) and an interview with author Michael Cunningham about his new nove "By Nightfall." Size: 8vo --10.75 in View more info

Program -- 84th Annual Meeting

By: The Chamber, Daytona Beach/Halifax Area

Price: $2.50

Publisher: Daytona Beach, Daytona Beach Halifax Area Chamber of Commerce: 2004

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 004587

Condition: Very Good

4 pp. Folded cream-colored card stock. Mostly black and white text, but with two 2-color logos. Clean, but slight vertical crease. Program for the 84th Annual Meeting Banquet of the Daytona Beach-Halifax Area Chamber of Commerce, held Jan. 13, 2004 at the Adam's Mark Daytona Beach Resort (a hotel that has since been sold and renamed Hilton Oceanfront). Keynote speaker was Tim Russert, host of "Meet the Press." Program lists dozens of chamber officers, directors, and present and past award winners. The program front also includes the logo of Bethune-Cookman College. Oswald Bronson, reti... View more info

January 2017 Issue

By: The Chatham Press

Price: $11.50

Publisher: Chatham, N.Y., Chatham Press Inc.: 2017

Seller ID: 010257

Condition: Near Fine

32 pp. Lightly read, close to new. Monthly newspaper for the Chatham, N. Y. area, focusing on history, nostalgia and personality profiles. Features include lore about the haunted Engine 696 of the NY Central RR; Ghent woodcarver John Dunham; restoration and opening of the New Concord B&B; profile of Chatham High's African-American football player Noah Summers; memories of Payne Avenue; preservation efforts in New Lebanon; the 1890 electrication of Chatham; business promotion piece for Chatham in 1906; profile of Old Chatham novelist Bill Herrick; remembrance of athlete & outdoorsman Tim Whiffe... View more info

December 2016 Issue

By: The Chatham Press

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Chatham NY, Chatham Press: 2016

Seller ID: 009866

Condition: Very Good +

32 pp. Lightly read. Bright text, numerous current and historical b&w photos. The Chatham Press is a monthly newspaper containing current and historical features about residents, businesses and organizations in the Chatham, New York area and adjacent towns of Northern Columbia County. In this issue are featured: Michigan-based auto restorer Dan Shafarman, who got his start in Chatham; retired teacher and hobbyist knitter Kevin Zilber; Hymie Witthoft, who left Chatham to become a drummer in Africa and Haiti; a nostalgia piece about youthful adventures on Kinderhook Street; a photo spread on Cha... View more info

Fall 2003 Issue; Vol. 28, No. 2

By: The Florida Review

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Orlando Florida, University of Central Florida Department of English: 2003

Seller ID: 006087

Condition: Near Fine

143 pp. Close to new, spine uncreased. No markings. Cover illustration: "Sunday Afternoon with Satan" by Daniel Cornford. Contents include three Editors' Award winning entries: "Flying the Coop on Wings of Birds that Don't Fly" by S. Frederic Liss (fiction); 5 poems by Sarah Kennedy; and "The Art of Bushwacking" by Judy Copeland (nonfiction). Other fiction contributors include Philip F. Deaver, Laura Ruby, Michael P. Kardos, John McNally, Angie McCullagh, and Stephen Strager. Poetry by Jack Martin, Jeffrey Galbraith, Ariana-Sophia M. Kartsonis, and Bobbi Lurie. Also, an... View more info

Jan. 18, 2010 Issue

By: The New Yorker

Price: $4.00

Publisher: NY, Conde Nast Publications (Advance Magazine Division): 2010

Edition: Vol 85, No. 45

Seller ID: 005967

Condition: Good +

83 pp. Corner creases, moderate wear. Cover art "Great Expectations," a bicyclist and dog pedal their way with presents and a bouquet. Contents: "A Risky Proposal," by Margaret Talbot, outlines what's at stake in the Perry v. Schwarzenegger federal lawsuit seeking to legalize gay marriage nationally. She touches on related lawsuits outside the California jurisdiction. A short story by T. Coraghessan Boyle, "A Death in Kitchawank;" Malcolm Gladwell writes about entrepreneurship as a mission aimed at risk-avoidance rather than risk-taking; Calvin Tomkins explores the perf... View more info

July 9, 1910 Issue

By: The Outlook

Price: $10.00

Publisher: NY, Outlook Co.: 1910

Edition: Vol 95, No. 10.

Seller ID: 009767

Condition: Fair +

Approx 40 news and opinion pages, in small print on coated stock, plus several additional pages of display and classified ads. Various ad illustrations but no news photos. Featured cover story:: Governor Hughes, the Legislature and Primary Reform" by Theodore Roosevelt (the magazine's associate editor at the time.) Approx. two dozen brief additional articles on various political, diplomatic and religious topics. The magazine (an early forerunner of Time and Newsweek) focused mainly on New York City and New York State, but also included various dispatches from overseas, including one on the... View more info

February 1909 Issue

By: The Outlook

Price: $14.00

Publisher: NY, Outlook Co.: 1909

Edition: Vol. 91, No. 4 (Jan. 23, 1909 issue).

Seller ID: 009768

Condition: Fair +

Textblock intact and in sturdy condition, but detached from covers. Chipped front cover with orange floral scrollwork, is present; rear cover missing. Featured articles from this vintage newsmagazine include "National Character and the Characters of National Statesmen," a book-review essay from Theodore Roosevelt extolling Washington and Lincoln. Also a feature on the construction of the Ashokan Reservoir for New York City's water supply; and a feature on Detroit as a spendid model city. Approximately two dozen other articles, mostly brief updates on state, national and international d... View more info

John F. Kennedy Card. No. 7

By: Topps

Price: $2.00

Publisher: Topps:

Seller ID: 003020a

Condition: Good

Description: Good. Ephemera. 64mo - up to 3" tall. A Topps JFK trading card, No. 7, in series. Black and white photo showing side view of JFK presenting a Distinguished Service Medal to astronaut Gordon Cooper at a White House ceremony. Lightly toned, Ink signature of "Anthony" on back of card. No creases. Bookseller Inventory # 003020 View more info

Fall 2006 Issue -- Clyde Butcher Cover

By: Volusia Magazine

Price: $4.00

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

Edition: Fall 2006.

Seller ID: 009258

Condition: Very Good

86 pp. Lightly read. Photographer Clyde Butcher, shown wading in a swamp to snap a nature photo, is the cover subject and featured in a Q&A article. Other articles deal with bird sculptures by Scott Hiestand, remodeling of the DeLand, Fl., train station; Gary Lewis and the Playboys rock group and a photo essay about shadows by Jim Tiller. Size: 4to -- 10.75 in Tall View more info

Birds of Indiana

By: Weller, Flora

Price: $5.00

Seller ID: 003136

Condition: Fair

Unpaginated, about 40 pp. assembled loose leaf in a kraft paper-type cover, held together with raffia-type twine. This is a child's homemade scrapbook about birds, with notes handwritten in very neat, legible script, combined with 10 5-by7-in. color plates of various bird species plus 5 inserted "educational leaflets," 4 pp. each, from the National Association of Audubon Societies. No date, or clues about the date, or the child's hometown, but the neat script suggests perhaps 1940s or '50s or earlier. Includes a short biography of John James Audubon, perhaps copied from an encyclopedia... View more info