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  • OTHER: Pop Culture and Politics for the New Outcasts; Issue #9, March 2005: The Fantasy Issue. by Anders, Charlie Jane, publisher, Jacqueline Carey and Rudy Rucker, signed; Annalee Newitz, editor.
    Anders, Charlie Jane, publisher, Jacqueline Carey and Rudy Rucker, signed; Annalee Newitz, editor.
    OTHER: Pop Culture and Politics for the New Outcasts; Issue #9, March 2005: The Fantasy Issue.

    Edition: First printing.

    San Francisco: Other Magazine, 2005. SIGNED first edition - SIGNED by THREE writers: by the publisher Charlie Jane Anders and Jacqueline Carey at their interview and by Rudy Rucker at his story 'Cobb Wakes Up.' This issue includes fiction, poetry, articles, cartoons and art - including an interview with Jacqueline Carey and a memoir by a "semi-successful pot dealer." 64 pp.

    Condition: Fine in illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 56049
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  • Bower, Donald E. editor.
    THE AMERICAN WEST: The Magazine of Western History, September 1970, Volume VII, Number 5.

    Edition: First printing.

    Palo Alto, CA: American West Publishing, 1970. First edition - Includes an article on steamboats to the Rockies on the upper Missouri River by Walter Havighurst, advice to women on preparations for emigrants, a look at Nevada's Comstock and more. Illustrated throughout. Book reviews and ads. Large format, measuring 11 1/2 by 8 inches. 64 pp.

    Condition: Very good in illustrated wrappers (crease to lower corner of front cover)

    Book ID: 84973
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  • THE NEW YORKER: October 13, 2003. by Byatt, A. S., Philip Levine and others, contributors.
    Byatt, A. S., Philip Levine and others, contributors.
    THE NEW YORKER: October 13, 2003.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Conde Nast, 2003. First edition - Features articles by David Remnick and Elizabeth Colbert, full-color comic strip by Aileen and R. Crumb, a short story by A. S. Byatt, poetry by Philip Levine and Paul Muldoon, book, movie and theater reviews, cartoons, advertisements and more. Cover by Anita Kunz. 84 pp.

    Condition: Very good (small peeled spot on front cover from removal of mailing label, upper corner lightly creased.)

    Book ID: 52053
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  • THE NEW YORKER: March 3, 2008. by Calvin Trillin, Richard Ford, W.S. Merwin, Alma Guillermoprieto and others, contributors.
    Calvin Trillin, Richard Ford, W.S. Merwin, Alma Guillermoprieto and others, contributors.
    THE NEW YORKER: March 3, 2008.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Conde Nast, 2008. First edition - Features articles by Calvin Trillin, Honor Moore and Jim Holt, a short story by Richard Ford ("Leaving for Kenosha"), poetry by W. S. Merwin, drawings by Charles Barsotti, P. C. Vey and others, book, movie and theater reviews, cartoons, advertisements and more. Cover by Ana Juan. 90 pp.

    Condition: Near fine (small peeled spot on front cover from removal of mailing label.)

    Book ID: 46809
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  • Carver, Raymond: Junot Diaz, John Updike, Lore Segal, Jhumpa Lahiri, contributors.
    THE NEW YORKER: December 24 & 31, 2007: Winter Fiction Issue (Double Issue)

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Conde Nast, 2006. First edition - Features stories by Raymond Carver, Junot Diaz, Anne Enright, Lore Segal, Jhumpa Lahiri; a selection of letters between Raymond Carver and his editor, Gordon Lish; poetry by Grace Paley, drawings by Gahan Wilson, P. C. Vey and others, book, movie and theater reviews, cartoons, advertisements and more. Cover by Kim DeMarco. 154 pp.

    Condition: Near fine (small peeled spot on front cover from removal of mailing label.)

    Book ID: 46813
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  • THE NEW YORKER: March 19, 2008. by Chabon, Michael; Ian Frazier, Hari Kunzru, Judith Thurman and others, contributors.
    Chabon, Michael; Ian Frazier, Hari Kunzru, Judith Thurman and others, contributors.
    THE NEW YORKER: March 19, 2008.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Conde Nast, 2008. First edition - Features articles by Michael Chabon. Lauren Collins and Ian Franzier, a short story by Hari Kunzru ("Raj, Bohemian"), poetry by Stephen Dunn and Dan Chiasson, drawings by Gahan Wilson, P. C. Vey and others, book, movie and theater reviews, cartoons, advertisements and more. Cover by Ana Juan. 126 pp.

    Condition: Near fine (small peeled spot on front cover from removal of mailing label.)

    Book ID: 46808
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  • THE NEW YORKER: January 17, 2008. by Doctorow, E. L..; Dana Goodyear, Jeffrey Toobin and others, contributors.
    Doctorow, E. L..; Dana Goodyear, Jeffrey Toobin and others, contributors.
    THE NEW YORKER: January 17, 2008.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Conde Nast, 2008. First edition - Features articles by Ken Auletta, Dana Goodyear, John Seabrook, etc, a short story by E. L. Doctorow ("Wakefield"), poetry by Marie Howe, drawings by Gahan Wilson, P. C. Vey and others, book, movie and theater reviews, cartoons, advertisements and more. Cover by J. J. Sempe. 88 pp.

    Condition: Near fine (small peeled spot on front cover from removal of mailing label.)

    Book ID: 46812
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  • [featured artists: Dye, Charlie; Grieves, Robert; Crandall, Jerry and others]
    SOUTHWEST ART, OCTOBER 1980, Volume 10, Number 5.

    Edition: First appearance in print of these works.

    Houston, TX: 1980. First edition - In addition to the artists listed above, this issue features articles on the Ralph Kaschai collection, Harvey Johnson, Clark Hulings and the etchings of Olaf Wieghorst. Magazine printed on glossy stock, profusely illustrated in both color and black and white - also includes many advertisements for art galleries with equally attractive reproductions of art works.

    Condition: Very good+ condition (crease on front cover.)

    Book ID: 15320
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  • FATE MAGAZINE, February 2008: True Reports of the Strange and Unknown, Volume 61, No. 2, issue 694. by Galde, Phyllis, editor.
    Galde, Phyllis, editor.
    FATE MAGAZINE, February 2008: True Reports of the Strange and Unknown, Volume 61, No. 2, issue 694.

    Edition: Digest magazine.

    Lakeville, MN: Fate Magazine 2008. First edition - Cover states "Celebrating 60 years" - the longest running periodical in its field, according to editorial comments. Includes articles on George Washington, on the Nazis and the Crystal Skull and more. Includes a section on "true mystic experiences" - personal accounts from their readers. Illustrated with color photographs and drawings. Advertisements. 128 pp.

    Condition: Fine in glossy illustrated wrappers. Promotional copy with free issue sticker on front cover.

    Book ID: 66897
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  • Headley, John M.; Campbell, I. C.; Stearns, Peter N. ; O'Brian, Patrick Carl and Desnoyers, Charles, contributors.
    JOURNAL OF WORLD HISTORY, Volume 8, Number 1, Spring 1997.

    Honolulu, University of Hawaii Press, 1997. Official journal of the World History Association, published twice a year. Articles by the above contributors include a studies of Venice's cartographers in the 16th century, the Polynesian-European culture contacts, and expansion and 19th century Chinese missions abroad.

    Condition: Fine in glossy blue wrappers.

    Book ID: 12719
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  • SCRIBNER'S MONTHLY, An Illustrated Magazine For The People, May to October 1871, Volume II, Numbers 1-6. by Holland, J. G., editor.
    Holland, J. G., editor.
    SCRIBNER'S MONTHLY, An Illustrated Magazine For The People, May to October 1871, Volume II, Numbers 1-6.

    Edition: First edition.

    New York: Scribner, 1871. Hardcover first edition - Six issues bound in one large volume. Articles, fiction, poetry and more, all illustrated with engravings. Many of the articles are both substantive and lengthy - the first issue opens with an account of the wonders of Yellowstone, while the October issue leads of with an article on the eruption of Kilauea volcano on the island of Hawaii. Among other topics is one titled "What are they doing at Vassar?" with the answer that they were seriously educating women (In 1871 Vassar was only 10 years old), two articles on Chinese labor, a serial by Mrs Oliphant, travels to Japan and Canada, another article on a trip to Yellowstone and much…

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    New York: Scribner, 1871. Hardcover first edition - Six issues bound in one large volume. Articles, fiction, poetry and more, all illustrated with engravings. Many of the articles are both substantive and lengthy - the first issue opens with an account of the wonders of Yellowstone, while the October issue leads of with an article on the eruption of Kilauea volcano on the island of Hawaii. Among other topics is one titled "What are they doing at Vassar?" with the answer that they were seriously educating women (In 1871 Vassar was only 10 years old), two articles on Chinese labor, a serial by Mrs Oliphant, travels to Japan and Canada, another article on a trip to Yellowstone and much more. The contributors include Edward Eggleston, Susan Coolidge, George MacDonald, Frank Norton, R.H. Stoddard, William Wells and many others. Frontispiece of George MacDonald, unified table of contents. 372 pp.

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    Condition: Very good overall in publisher's embossed dark green cloth with gilt lettering on the spine (some fraying to the ends of the spine and short tear at the upper end, bumping and wear to the corners). Bookplate and pocket showing this as a copy from a motion picture company's research department.

    Book ID: 83812
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  • MOTOR GUIDE June 1957 by Humphrey, Hugh, editor.
    Humphrey, Hugh, editor.
    MOTOR GUIDE June 1957

    Edition: First printing.

    Washington, D.C.: Motor Publications Inc., 1957. First edition - Magazine on the world of automobiles. Cover article is tech tests on the pickups: . Ford has just come out with the Ranchero, but they were comparing the Ford F-100 to the Dodge 100 and the Chevy 3014. Also includes an article on how to get the most from your overdrive and 'speed on the beach' - stock cars at Daytona- and much more. Illustrated throughout with photographs and drawings, advertisments. 66 pp.

    Condition: Near fine in glossy stapled wrappers.

    Book ID: 54955
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  • THE GOLDEN BOOK MAGAZINE, Volume V, No 28, April 1927. by Lanier, Henry Wysham, editor
    Lanier, Henry Wysham, editor
    THE GOLDEN BOOK MAGAZINE, Volume V, No 28, April 1927.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Review of Reviews, 1927. First edition - Described as a magazine of "fiction and true stories that will live" - and also a lot of poetry. Among the authors in this issue Lafcadio Hearn, Stephen Crane, O. Henry, Stewart Edward White and many more. Illustrated with drawings. Many full page and even double page ads, some in full color - including railroad ads for Yellowstone and Bryce Canyon, a double page ad for Camel cigarettes. Lovely cover illustration by Amy Hogeboom/

    Condition: Fair condition only in stapled wrappers (back cover appears to be missing, the upper edge of a few pages are coming loose from the textblock, some chipping to the spine - contents clean)

    Book ID: 84369
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  • FORTUNE MAGAZINE, JUNE 1948, Volume XXXVII, Number 6. by Luce, Henry R., editor.
    Luce, Henry R., editor.
    FORTUNE MAGAZINE, JUNE 1948, Volume XXXVII, Number 6.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Time, 1948. First edition - Includes articles on Atlantic salmon fishing, a report from Singapore on the Malaysian rubber industry, changes in material handling, and much more - the overall focus is on a world becoming more profitable in the aftermath of World War II. Illustrated throughout with photographs and drawings. A large part of the appeal of these vintage issues are the many ads, most full page, many in full color, some double page. Even the ad for a cruise ship demonstrates how much they have changed in the last 70 years. Includes an index of advertisers. Large format, rather heavy.

    Condition: Very good in illustrated wrappers (slight spine slant, some toning to the pages and the covers)

    Book ID: 75438
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  • ARTS MAGAZINE APRIL 1979, Volume 53 Number 8. by Martin, Richard, editor.
    Martin, Richard, editor.
    ARTS MAGAZINE APRIL 1979, Volume 53 Number 8.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Art Digest, 1979. First edition - A large format magazine printed on heavy glossy stock - much of the content consists of one or two page articles focusing on recent work by individual artists from Nicholas Africano (a series on battered women) to Andy Warhol and longer articles on Hans Hoffman as a teacher and Hermann Rorschach as an artisti. Includes an article by Jean Dubuffet (whose work is used on the cover of this issue) on anticulturism. Extensive ads, Illustrated throughout in both black and white and full color. 168 pp.

    Condition: Near fine.

    Book ID: 84817
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  • BURR MCINTOSH MONTHLY, JULY, 1909, Volume XIX, Number 6. by McIntosh, Burr (1862-1942) , editor. Mac Queen, Peter; George M Cohan, and others.
    McIntosh, Burr (1862-1942) , editor. Mac Queen, Peter; George M Cohan, and others.
    BURR MCINTOSH MONTHLY, JULY, 1909, Volume XIX, Number 6.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Burr McIntosh Monthly, 1909. First edition - The Burr McIntosh Monthly was a monthly magazine started and edited by Burr McIntosh which lasted from 1903 to 1910. Clark Hobart was the art director. Each issue consisted mainly of high quality photographs, which was appropriate since McIntosh himself was a photographer. Many were of famous people, others were striking scenic images. The issues were bound by string so as to encourage framing of the photographs (among them in this issue are Glacier Point at Yosemite and one of the "coastal giants" - redwood trees) This 1909 issue features a long article on "Picturesque East Africa" by Peter Mac Queen, illustrated with many photographs, including a full page tinted…

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    New York: Burr McIntosh Monthly, 1909. First edition - The Burr McIntosh Monthly was a monthly magazine started and edited by Burr McIntosh which lasted from 1903 to 1910. Clark Hobart was the art director. Each issue consisted mainly of high quality photographs, which was appropriate since McIntosh himself was a photographer. Many were of famous people, others were striking scenic images. The issues were bound by string so as to encourage framing of the photographs (among them in this issue are Glacier Point at Yosemite and one of the "coastal giants" - redwood trees) This 1909 issue features a long article on "Picturesque East Africa" by Peter Mac Queen, illustrated with many photographs, including a full page tinted photograph facing the title, and with a tissue guard. Also included is a section of "art studies" - tasteful pin ups of 1909, an article on hallation in photocraft and notably "Some Curious Persons We Meet and Hear From" by George M. Cohan. Many advertisements - the first page is a full page ad by Tiffany. Lovely art nouveau cover.

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    Condition: Very good (some wear to the edges of the cover, a few pages with short edge tears, but overall very bright and attractive.)

    Book ID: 81660
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  • THE AMERICAN MERCURY: A Monthly Review, Vol. VI` November 1925 No. 23 by Mencken, H.L., editor; Kelly Miller, James M. Cain, contributors.
    Mencken, H.L., editor; Kelly Miller, James M. Cain, contributors.
    THE AMERICAN MERCURY: A Monthly Review, Vol. VI` November 1925 No. 23

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1925. First edition - Includes 'The Negro as a Workingman' by Kelly Miller, 'The Pathology of Service' by James M. Cain, 'The Strange Case of Poe' by Joseph Wood Krutch and more. Numerous ads - many for books and publishers. but also full page ads for AT&T, Thomas Cook, etc. 257-384, lxxii,

    Condition: Very good minus in printed green wrappers - some wear to the yapped edges, as is common, but otherwise tight and clean.

    Book ID: 84368
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  • NEVADA: THE MAGAZINE OF THE REAL WEST. Jan/Feb 1995 Vol 55 No 1. by [Presley, Elvis] Moore, David, editor.
    [Presley, Elvis] Moore, David, editor.
    NEVADA: THE MAGAZINE OF THE REAL WEST. Jan/Feb 1995 Vol 55 No 1.

    Edition: First thus.

    Carson City, NV: Richard Moreno, Publisher, 1995. First edition - This issue features Elvis Presley, both on the cover and in two articles, including "Elvis: The Vegas Years" Also includes historic hikes at Lake Mead, an article on Mark Twain. Illustrated with photograpsh throughout. Numerous ads, 78 pp.

    Condition: Fine in glossy illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 81702
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  • HOBBIES: The Magazine for Collectors, June 1962, Volume 67, Number 4. by Reeder, Pearl Ann, editor.
    Reeder, Pearl Ann, editor.
    HOBBIES: The Magazine for Collectors, June 1962, Volume 67, Number 4.

    Edition: First edition.

    Chicago: 1962. First edition - Each issue contains many special features - including on books, autographs, Americana and more - and articles. Cover feature on the "The Wedding of the Brus." Many ads. 130 pp.

    Condition: Very good in illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 73952
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  • HOBBIES: The Magazine for Collectors, February 1962, Volume 66, Number 12. by Reeder, Pearl Ann, editor.
    Reeder, Pearl Ann, editor.
    HOBBIES: The Magazine for Collectors, February 1962, Volume 66, Number 12.

    Edition: First edition.

    Chicago: 1962. First edition - Each issue contains many special features - including on books, autographs, americana and more - and articles. Cover feature on the "Old Valentines." Many ads. 130 pp.

    Condition: Very good in illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 73951
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  • THE NEW YORKER: February 25, 2008. by Rushdie, Salman, Paul Kramer, J. D. McClatchy and others, contributors.
    Rushdie, Salman, Paul Kramer, J. D. McClatchy and others, contributors.
    THE NEW YORKER: February 25, 2008.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Conde Nast, 2008. First edition - Features articles by Paul Kramer, Ryan Lizza, a short story by Salmon Rushdie ("The Shelter of the World"), poetry by J. D. McClatchy, drawings by Gahan Wilson, Charles Barsotti, P. C. Vey and others, book, movie and theater reviews, cartoons, advertisements and more. Cover on the "shelf life" of a book by Adrian Tomine. 90 pp.

    Condition: Near fine (small peeled spot on front cover from removal of mailing label.)

    Book ID: 46810
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  • Sandel, Ardis, editor (Ava Gardner, cover.)
    SIR!: A Magazine for Males: October 1957, Volume 14, No. 8.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Volitant Publishing, 1957. First edition - This issue features a cover photo of Ava Gardner and an article on "What Ava Has on Frankie." Other articles on New York City's vice life, Amsterdam, a 111 old Southern Civil War veteran, the sport of jai alai and more. Fiction by Thomas Kraemer "The Blonde He Invented." Illustrated with photographs, advertisements. Other issues available. 66 pp.

    Condition: Very good+ in stapled wrappers (usual light toning to the pages.)

    Book ID: 54956
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  • ONE ISSUE: Just One 52nd of a Year: An Object Lesson In Values by (Saturday Evening Post)
    (Saturday Evening Post)
    ONE ISSUE: Just One 52nd of a Year: An Object Lesson In Values

    Edition: First printing.

    Curtis Publishing Co, 1919. Hardcover first edition - A salesman's sample book with an unusual approach highlighting the inexpensive cost of the magazine: "This volume designed to show how one issue of the Saturday Evening P{ost would look if published in book form." Note on the title page that it was produced exclusivly for the use of authorized agents for The Saturday Evening Post and an advertising blurb on the first page that it is "simply a reprint of one copy. If published in this form it would cost 1.50 from a bookseller. As one of 52 issues included in the year's subscription for the periodical it costs the reader from FOUR TO FIVE CENTS." Includes stories by May…

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    Curtis Publishing Co, 1919. Hardcover first edition - A salesman's sample book with an unusual approach highlighting the inexpensive cost of the magazine: "This volume designed to show how one issue of the Saturday Evening P{ost would look if published in book form." Note on the title page that it was produced exclusivly for the use of authorized agents for The Saturday Evening Post and an advertising blurb on the first page that it is "simply a reprint of one copy. If published in this form it would cost 1.50 from a bookseller. As one of 52 issues included in the year's subscription for the periodical it costs the reader from FOUR TO FIVE CENTS." Includes stories by May Edginton, Hugh Kennedy, Octavus Roy Cohen and others, an article on the League of Nations ("Spineless Leagues and Faceless Nations") and more. Illustrated with drawings throughout, including a full color frontispiece of the Norman Rockwell cover. 382 pp.

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    Condition: Very good overall in very dark green cloth with white lettering (lettering on spine rubbed and barely visible, spotting to edges of textblock, but tight and sturdy)

    Book ID: 84371
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  • GENTRY, Number 1, Winter 1951 (includes excerpt from Siddhartha) by Segal, William C. (1904-2000) Publisher.
    Segal, William C. (1904-2000) Publisher.
    GENTRY, Number 1, Winter 1951 (includes excerpt from Siddhartha)

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Reporter Publications, Inc., 1951. First edition - The scarce first issue of an iconic men's magazine from the Golden Age of Magazine Publishing, "for those people who have never relished the banal or the ordinary." Contents range from how to build a Finnish bath (based on Segal's own sauna) to a portfolio of early American automobiles with tipped in full color drawings; several articles on drawing including one with a tipped in line drawing by Matisse on light blue tissue paper; the first appearance in the US of excerpts from Siddhartha by Herman Hesse, printed on special stock with a tipped in drawing, translated by Hilda Rosner and preceding the book publication by New Directions; a separate…

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    New York: Reporter Publications, Inc., 1951. First edition - The scarce first issue of an iconic men's magazine from the Golden Age of Magazine Publishing, "for those people who have never relished the banal or the ordinary." Contents range from how to build a Finnish bath (based on Segal's own sauna) to a portfolio of early American automobiles with tipped in full color drawings; several articles on drawing including one with a tipped in line drawing by Matisse on light blue tissue paper; the first appearance in the US of excerpts from Siddhartha by Herman Hesse, printed on special stock with a tipped in drawing, translated by Hilda Rosner and preceding the book publication by New Directions; a separate booklet with a portfolio of engravings of ducks by Thomas Bewick (laid in at the center of the magazine where there is a double page photograph of ducks) and more. What also sets this magazine apart are the number of advertisements - mostly for men's clothing - which have samples of the original cloth used tipped in. The final article - on Gentry fashions - also has numerous swatches tipped in. The ads are in both full color and black and white, and while the majority are for men's clothing, there are also some of perfumes, Vanity Fair, and other items that might be gifts for women. A fascinating publication which reflects the interests of William Segal (who was the subject of a documentary by Ken Burns) - he was a practitioner of Zen Buddhism, a follower and confidante of Gurdjieff (this issue includes a page of music by Thomas de Hartmann, who arranged Gurdjieffs music.) While successful in many ways, the cost of producing this magazine made it a financial albatross for Segal, but despite that he rejected an offer from Time-Life. A history of the magazine by Stephen Heller includes this comment. "Magazines are ephemeral. To rise above its particular time, to be remembered and studied as a milestone, a magazine must be irrefutably unique. The case for Gentry can easily be won on visual evidence alone: It was both daring and beautiful. But Segals personal passion is what made it a paradigm of innovative publishing. As its editor, he belongs among an illustrious circle that includes Arnold Gingrich of Esquire, Diana Vreeland of Vogue, Hugh Hefner of Playboy, and Clay Felker of New York, all of whom imposed their wills, ids, and egos on their respective publications and, in so doing, shaped readers tastes and perceptions." Cover by Alvin Lustig. Large format, 132 pp. The small booklet has 16 pp in stapled sage green wrappers.

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    Condition: Very good (some wear to the ends of the spine, short closed tear on bottom edge) - the contents and the separate brochure are fine.

    Book ID: 84189
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  • THE NEW YORKER: December 10, 2007. by Styron, Alexandra; Richard Preston, Jenifer Egan, Charles Simic and others
    Styron, Alexandra; Richard Preston, Jenifer Egan, Charles Simic and others
    THE NEW YORKER: December 10, 2007.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Conde Nast, 2007. First edition - Features articles by Alexandra Styron (on her father, writer William Styron and his struggle with depression) and Robert Preston, , short story by Jennifer Egan ("Found Objects"), poetry by Charles Simic, D. Nurske and Kevin Young, book, movie and theater reviews, cartoons and more. Joost Swarte cover. 118 pp.

    Condition: Near fine (peeled spot from label removal.)

    Book ID: 46805
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  • THE NEW YORKER: July 24, 2006. by Trevor, William, Alec Wilkinson, Charles Simic and others, contributors.
    Trevor, William, Alec Wilkinson, Charles Simic and others, contributors.
    THE NEW YORKER: July 24, 2006.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Conde Nast, 2006. First edition - Features articles by Ken Auletta, Alec Wilkinson, etc, a short story by William Trevor ("Folie a Deux"), poetry by Charles Simic and Josephine Dickinson, drawings by Gahan Wilson, P. C. Vey and others, book, movie and theater reviews, cartoons, advertisements and more. Cover of a rollercoaster ride by Mark Ulricksen. 84 pp.

    Condition: Near fine (small peeled spot on front cover from removal of mailing label.)

    Book ID: 46811
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  • THE NEW YORKER: January 7, 2008. by Updike, John; Samantha Power, Cornelius Eady, Elizabeth Kolbert, Sharon Olds and others
    Updike, John; Samantha Power, Cornelius Eady, Elizabeth Kolbert, Sharon Olds and others
    THE NEW YORKER: January 7, 2008.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Conde Nast, 2008. First edition - Features articles by Samantha Power, Elizabeth Kolbert, David Owen, a short story by John Updike ("Outrage"), poetry by Cornelius Eady and Sharon Olds, book, movie and theater reviews, cartoons, advertisements and more. Istvan Banyai cover. 82 pp.

    Condition: Near fine (mailing label.)

    Book ID: 46806
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  • Watkins, T. H. editor.
    THE AMERICAN WEST: The Magazine of Western History, March 1970, Volume VII, Number 2.

    Edition: First printing.

    Palo Alto, CA: American West Publishing, 1970. First edition - Includes the second of a series of articles on San Francisco and the Vigilantes by Roger Olmstead, "A Kid on the Comstock" by John Taylor Waldorf, a look at western ballads about women and more. Illustrated throughout. Book reviews and ads. Large format, measuring 11 1/2 by 8 inches. 64 pp.

    Condition: Very good in illustrated wrappers (crease to lower corner of front cover)

    Book ID: 84974
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  • ROLLING STONE MAGAZINE - OUR 1000th ISSUE - COLLECTOR'S EDITION, Issue 1000, May 18 - June 1, 2006. by Wenner, Jann, editor.
    Wenner, Jann, editor.
    ROLLING STONE MAGAZINE - OUR 1000th ISSUE - COLLECTOR'S EDITION, Issue 1000, May 18 - June 1, 2006.

    Edition: First thus.

    New York: Rolling Stone, 2006. First edition - A look back at the first 1000 issues of this iconic magazine, with an article by Wenner -"In the Beginning We Didn't Know What We Were Doing" and features on covers, photographers and move over the years. Notable for the double holographic covers - on the front a collage of 154 artists, writers and bands, including Bob Dylan, Janis Joplin, Kurt Cobain as an angel, and many others by Michael Elins (key to illustration is included in the issue) and on the back cover a holographic Target advertisement.Large format. 236 pp in stapled wrappers.

    Condition: Near fine.

    Book ID: 82127
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  • ARCHITECTURAL RECORD, DECEMBER 1978, Number 12.
    ARCHITECTURAL RECORD, DECEMBER 1978, Number 12.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: McGraw-Hill, 1978. First edition - A large format magazine, printed on heavy glossy stock, each containing many short articles focusing on the news and changes in commercial architecture, as well as longer articles. Cover article is on Federal Buildings. Also includes an article on mixed use construction and more more. Notable for its large - and often informative - advertisements for building materials. Illustrated with full color and black and white photographs throughout, as well as drawings of floor plans. Includes a semi-annual index. 190 pp.

    Condition: Very good.

    Book ID: 83591
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