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Image for The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, May 8, 1926 - How the South Feels About the Negro

The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, May 8, 1926 - How the South Feels About the Negro

By: Epler, Percy H.; Boyer, Townsend; Pence, Harry; Wolff, Walter M.; Barton, William E.; Bowles, Ella Shannon; Thompson, Huston; Hough, Donald; Finger, Charles J.; Hawthorne, Julian

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Dearborn, Michigan, The Dearborn Publishing Co.: 1926

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 838G4912

Condition: Good


32 pages. Features: Fascinating news bits inside front cover; Gene Tratton Porter - The Woman - Glimpses of Novelist's Inner Life Revealed in Intimate Talk with Friend; How the South Regards the Negro - "We shall speak with no malice in our hearts - We aim merely to be frank"; "Off Agin! On Agin! Gone Agin! - there have been 25 Premiers of France this century, almost one a year; Is Europe Satisfied with the League of Nations? - governments and peoples differ as to what benefits, if any, are to be derived; New Salem, Illinois - The Town That Put Lincoln on the Map; Passing of the Y... View more info

Image for Frontier Times Magazine - Non-Fiction, November (Nov.) 1966: Clay Allison - Cowboy and Gunfighter

Frontier Times Magazine - Non-Fiction, November (Nov.) 1966: Clay Allison - Cowboy and Gunfighter

By: Gipson, Fred; Thorp, Raymond W.; Lyon, Howard E.; Ball, Eve; Parrish, Joe K.; Schoenberger, Dale; et al

Price: $129.95

Publisher: USA, Western: 1966

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 823H2387

Condition: Good


72 pages. Many black and white reproductions of fascinating archival photos. Features: Robert Clay Allison (The Wild Wolf) - the cowboy gunfighter born near Waynesboro in Wayne County, Tennessee; The Early Cattle Trails - Three Mountain Road, Wilderness Road and Bay State Cowpath were forerunners of the Longhorn highways; Dakota Mail Riflers and Special Agent John B. Furay; A Hallway in Hades - Quicksilver/Mercury discovery on a section of land owned by Howard E. Perry east of Terlingua, a hamlet of jacals in the Big Bend in Brewster County, Texas; A Man the Earth Talked To - Senator John He... View more info

Image for Address Unknown, in Story Magazine, September - October [Sept. - Oct.] 1938, Vol. XIII, No. 73

Address Unknown, in Story Magazine, September - October [Sept. - Oct.] 1938, Vol. XIII, No. 73

By: Kressmann, Taylor [Taylor, Kathrine Kressmann]

Price: $50,000.00

Publisher: New York, Story Magazine, Inc.: 1938

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 302H4414

Condition: Good


First appearance of this prescient series of fictional letters, spanning sixteen months between 1932 and 1934, between a Jewish art dealer in San Francisco and his gentile business partner who has returned to Germany in the formative years of the Nazi regime. Simon & Schuster published the first book edition in 1939 and a film noir version followed in 1944. Subsequent stage play performances have continued globally until recent years. The magnum opus of Kathrine Kressmann Taylor [1903-1996], she was assigned the nom de plume Kressman Taylor by her husband and Story's editor Whit Burnett who... View more info

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True West Magazine, February 1977

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $79.95

Publisher: USA, Western Publications: 1977

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 821A2125

Condition: Good


Features: Clay Allison & "Mr" Pecos; Spotted Wolf and the Dodge City Toughs; Agricola's "Waybill" - perhaps the world's most ancient and enduring guide to humanity's quest for gold; The Shoot-out - a mutual protection plan may have gone wrong; New Slant on the Murder of Julia Bulette, Virginia City, Nevada; Life and Confession of John Millian; Booger Red - the great rider; Jack Pickens - man with a secret, Summitville and the Little Annie Mine; Photos of Amelia Earhart; The Whistling Mail Truck - the Star Route out of Calhan, Colorado; Elizabeth Lochrie - painter of the winsom... View more info

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Maclean's Magazine, 24 May 2010

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $39.95

Publisher: Canada, Maclean Hunter / Key Publishers: 2010

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 658C9306

Condition: Good


66 pages. Features: Barbara Amiel on the passing of Lena Horne; Paul Wells says "Those Crazy Christians are taking over Ottawa; UFC fighter George St.-Pierre visits Parliament Hill; Shelagh Grant on why Canada may soon lose her sovereignty in the Arctic; Captain Robert Semrau - he allegedly shot a wounded Taliban fighter in Afghanistan - was it mercy or murder?; Andrew McIntosh receives a brown envelope; Newly elected British Prime Minister David Cameron; BP's Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill; Attempted bombing of Times Square; Cable companies make bold gamble on a new era of convergence; Youtube... View more info