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George Horace Lorimer and the Saturday Evening Post by John Tebbel. Doubleday & Co., 1948. 335 pages in d.j. Book - VG, d.j. - pieces missing, tears repaired.

G/VG, chips in jacket, repaired

$17.50

Saturday Evening Post Carnival of Humor. Prentice-Hall, 1958. 362 pages, cloth, illus., jacket

G/VG

$25.00

Norman Rockwell, Illustrator by Arthur L. Guptill. Watson-Guptill Publications, 1975, 8th printing. 208 pages, cloth, jacket

G/VG

$20.00

Covers of the Saturday Evening Post – Seventy Years (1899-1969) by Jan Cohn. Smithmark Books, 1995. 298 pages, cloth, jacket – 2 copies

G/VG

$30.00

Same – 2 copies

Good

$25.00

The Best Cartoons from The Saturday Evening Post. Saturday Evening Post Society, 1998, softbound

Good

$12.50

 

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December 19, 1868

Family Newspaper weekly during this period. 8 pages

Good, in plastic cover

$20.00

October 23, 1869

8 pages. Tape on spine edge

Good

$20.00

 

December 23, 1899

Couple in Sleigh by Henry Hutt (one of the Post’s first all-color covers). Christmas Issue. “Garm – A Hostage” by Rudyard Kipling, “Why the Confederacy Failed” by Joel Chandler Harris, Printing Without Ink, At the American Capital

Not Available

NA

 

August 11, 1900

Man on Horseback Lassoes Man with Gun by George Gibbs. “the Whims of Captain McCarthy” by Joel Chandler Harris

Good

$20.00

April 26, 1902

Hunter Shooting by George Gibbs. The Open-Air Number, The Serene Duck Hunter by Grover Cleveland, Tales of the Diamond

Good

$20.00

March 28, 1903

Pirate by George Gibbs. Special Short Story Number, Plain Fin  -- Paper-hanger

Not Available

NA

September 19, 1903

Single-horse Plow by J. J. Gould. The Decadence of the City by Grover Cleveland, A Senator of Two Republics – Daniel W. Voorhees, An Uncle Remus Rhyme by Joel Chandler Harris

Good, no back cover

$17.50

January 16, 1904

Railroad Man with Oiler by J. J. Gould. Beginning Frank H. Spearman’s Railroad Series, Uncle Remus Rhymes by Joel Chandler Harris

Good, light crease

$20.00

January 23, 1904

Soldier. Wretched Colombia, Ficton

Good

$20.00

October 8, 1904

Man with Large Oiler by Emlen McConnell. Why a Young Man Should Vote the Democratic Ticket by Grover Cleveland, An Uncle Remus Rhyme by Joel Chandler Harris

Good

$20.00

November 5, 1904

Woman Traveler in India by Harrison Fisher. Fiction, The Strike Breaker, South Africa After the War

Not Available

NA

January 7, 1905

Woman by Harrison Fisher. An Uncle Remus Rhyme by Joel Chandler Harris, Indian Corn, The Gentle Art of Grafting in the Realty Business, Fiction

Fair, insect damage resulting in tear through center

$15.00

April 8, 1905

Geese by Charles Livingston Bull. Spring Fiction Number, How Kansas Is Getting to Do Battle with Standard Oil

Good, spine splitting, light stain

$25.00

April 15, 1905

Man with Pipe drawn by Guernsey Moore. An Uncle Remus Rhyme by Joel Chandler Harris, Fair Railroad Regulation by Robert LaFollette, Fiction

Good, edge and cover wear

$20.00

May 27, 1905

Decorative Woman with Roses by Grace Evans. Women as Stock Gamblers, Kitchen Aristocracy, Fiction

Good, covers detached, light stains

$17.50

July 8, 1905

Woman in Chair by Guernsey Moore. Fiction, The Penalties of Plutocracy, The Real Meaning of Conscription

Good, spine splitting, insect damage, tear

$17.50

July 29, 1905

Woman Drinking Root Beer by Anne Estelle Rice. The Kaiser’s Systematic Play for Trade Supremacy in China, Fiction

Good, insect damage top right

$17.50

August 5, 1905

Woman with Parasol by Guernsey Moore. Old-Fashioned Honesty and the Coming Man by Grover Cleveland, Fiction, Wall Street and the Public Money

Good, spine splitting, scribbles along edge

$20.00

August 12, 1905

Woman in Car by Guernsey Moore. Fiction, Japan After the War

Fair, spine splitting, tape

$15.00

September 9, 1905

Fox Captures Duck by Charles Livingston Bull. Jefferson Davis and Stonewall Jackson, Fiction, Wall Street and the Public Money

Good, tear in cover, some tape on spine

$17.50

September 30, 1905

Woman Serving Punch by Will Grefe. Fiction, The Danger of the Dollar

Good, spine split, edge tears

$17.50

October 14, 1905

Moose Swimming Across Lake by Goodwin. Fiction, The Coming of the Leisure Class

Not Available

NA

October 21, 1905

Man in Goggles Driving Car by Edward Penfield. Fiction, The Battle of the Railroad Rates

Not Available

NA

November 18, 1905

Thanksgiving. Fiction, Freaks and Fakes of Forecasting

Good, cut, stain

$15.00

December 9, 1905

Buffalo Hunter. Astor, the Free Traders and the Rocky Mountain Men, The Bad Man – Quick with His Gun and Speedy to His Grave, Quitting the Strenuous Life (Open a Pheasant Farm)

Fair, torn throughtout center

$12.50

July 6, 1907

Boy, Balloon and Dog by Leyendecker. Fiction, The Menace of Overcapitalization

Not Available

NA

December 5, 1908

Christmas Number. Boy with Drum, Girl with Bugle and Doll. Fiction

Fair, discolored, insect damage, edge tears

$12.50

 

May 14, 1910

Barefoot Boy at Bat by Anton Otto Fischer. Mysteries of the Law, New England Oligarchy, Business of Farming, Garfield and Arthur – Recollections of Col. W. H. Cook, Shakespeare Comes to Town, The Art of Managing Women

Not Available

NA

December 17, 1910

Boy eating candy at school desk by Robert Robinson, The Case of The Colonel, Fighting in the Air.

Fair,  covers detached

$15.00

January 14, 1911 

Woman with hat looking in mirror by F. Earl Christy.

His Majesty the Freshman, Too Much Gold – An Interview with Edison, Professional Farming, Railroad Expenses and Earnings.

Fair, tape on front cover

$15.00

April 1, 1911

Two Boys Having Fist Fight by J. C. Leyendecker. The Book of  Business Ethics, The Lean Sudan, The House That Jack Built

 

Good, Tape residue on edges of front cover

$30.00

April 8, 1911

Doing Europe – and Being Done, How To Make Capitalists, Western Women Farming, Counter Encounters, His Succulency – the Oyster.

Poor, no covers

$12.50

July 15, 1911

Woman sticking Head out Train Window by Harrison Fisher. How the French Do Business, Inflated Prices of Old Masters.

Fair, stains,  tape on cover

$17.50

July 22, 1911

Sheriff Perusing Criminal Poster by Robert Robinson. “The Ways of the Master” by Elsie Singmaster, Our Canadian Cousins – The history of a Railroad Triumvirate.

Fair/good, tape residue

$17.50

July 29, 1911

Woman Holding Reins and Whip by Chase Emerson.

Eating For Efficiency, Hunting the Fashions, “The Goat Man of Fuatino”, by Jack London.

Not Available

NA

August 5, 1911

Woman Reading Love Lyrics by Harrison Fisher. Getting a Start At Sixty, Imagination in Making Sales.

Not Available

NA

August 19, 1911

Boys getting ready to skinny dip by J. C. Leyendecker. The Making of a Small Capitalist, “The Mexican” by Jack London, The Trade We Are Scolded About, Does Japan Want Peace or Hobson?

Not Available

NA

September 2, 1911

Boy Scouts with signal flags by J. C. Leyendecker. The Fortunes of the Sun – An Experiment in Printing All The  News, Woman in Public Life,  “An Account with Swithin Hall” by Jack London,  Neglected Opportunities, “Henry” by Elsie Singmaster.

Not Available

NA

September 12, 1911

Woman Removing Fish Hook by Clarence F. Underwood. Governor Bob, The Worst Business in the World, The Trade We Are Scolded About, Law-Proof Trusts.

Fair/good, tape residue on covers

$17.50

October 7, 1911

Woman with riding crop by Charles David Williams. A Look Ahead in Politics by Gifford Pinchot, The American Father, Lessons From Our Alien Farmers – How The Dalmatians Have Made an Orchard Empire.

Fair/good, tape residue on cover, spine splitting

$17.50

October 21, 1911

Woman in hat and scarf by Harrison Fisher. Rockefeller and His Standard, Fleecing New Companies, David Graham Phillips –The Last Years of His Life.

Not Available

NA

December 16, 1911

Mother & Son by Philip Boileau. Who Shall Own Alaska?, Fun of Getting Thin, Wings of Icarus – Pilots

Fair/Good, tape on cover

$25.00

 

Same

Poor, tape residue and staining on cover

$15.00

 

January 6, 1912

Woman with 1912 diary by Clarence F. Underwood. Modern Business and Medieval Law, An Old Woman and A New One in the Old World.

Not Available

NA

Mach 9, 1912

Woman with Hat on Windy Day by Clarence F. Underwood. The Achievements of Dollar Diplomacy, “The Feathers of the Sun” by Jack London, The Box-Office Value of Laughter, Absentee Landlordism, The Corner Grocery.

Not Available

NA

April 27, 1912

Boy in Bed, 5 A.M. Alarm Clock by Charles A. MacLellan. The President’s Plans – An Interview with Mr. Taft, The Stuff That Stars Are Made Of by Connie Mack, The Policeman and His Work, The Democratic Situation, The Inner Secrets of a Salesman’s Rise.

Not Available

NA

June 1, 1912

Woman in large hat by Olive Rush. The American Spenders, The Discovery of the Schoolhouse.

Good, spine neatly taped

$30.00

September 28, 1912

Boy and girl rollerskating by Frank X. Leyendecker. Some Efficiency Secrets, Divorcing Lady Nicotine, Where All Signs Fail, Grandmother’s Boy – A Circus Memoir.

Good, label on cover, some tape residue on spine and corners

$30.00

October 19, 1912

Her first vote by Clarence F. Underwood. The Supreme Issue by William Howard Taft, The Great American Play, Who Takes the Ninety-Seven? The Fight For the Votes of New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, The Bench and the People.

Good, tape on spine, tape along side edge, tape repair bottom edge

$30.00

November 23, 1912

Pensive woman on cover by Philip Boileau. The World’s Biggest Bargain Sale, How Bankers Boost the Farmer.

Fair, staining and tape residue on cover

$17.50

December 14, 1912

Woman Hanging Mistletoe by Harrison Fisher. Doing Something for the Irish, The Spending Jag in New York, Expensive Free Education.

Good to G/VG

$40.00

 

January 11, 1913

Couple in Car on Windy Day by Robinson. Singing to Fortune, Brer Tar’pin by Lynn R. Meekins, Antics in Antiques, “The Flirt” by Booth Tarkington, The Lumber Business

Good, spine splitting, corner tear

$30.00

January 25, 1913

Grandmother and Grandchildren by Philip Boileau. The Boy in the Blue Blickey, The Woman with Empty Hands – The Evolution of a Suffragette, What the Playwright is Up Against, “The Flirt” by Booth Tarkington.

Good, neatly taped around edges

$30.00

February 8, 1913

Woman Playing Guitar at Valentines Party. Uncle Sam – Roadbuilder, Cooperation That Fails, Serial – “The Flirt”, by Booth Tarkington.

Fair, tape and staining on cover

$15.00

May 17, 1913

Elderly Man in front of Theater by Robert Robinson. The Income Tax, The Rise of the Bookkeeper.

Not Available

NA

August 23, 1913

Woman with Romance Book by William Haskell Coffin. Eggs, Tramp Teachers – How the Kaiser Trains His Future Farmers, Finding Somebody to Sell To, A Singer’s Story by Clara Louise Kellogg-Strakosch.

Not Available

NA

August 30, 1913

Woman with large hat and bow by Penrhyn Stanlaws. High Cost of Living in Washington, Keeping the Big-League Grass Green, A Singer’s Story  -- fourth in series.

Poor, tape repair across front of cover, staining

$15.00

October 11, 1913

Woman in red jacket by William Haskell Coffin. Deadbeats and Bad Debts, An Ivory Hunter of Baseball, Three New Views of a Man and His Job – First: Better Hiring and Firing.

Not Available

NA

November 22, 1913

Woman in black hat with red feathers by Clarence F. Underwood. The Bossed Railroad, Autobiography of a Happy Woman, Secrets of Store Finance, Suffragizing Tammany.

Not Available

NA

 

January 24, 1914

Woman by Penrhyn Stanlaws. Who’s Who and Why, Confessions of a College Professor’s Wife

Not Available

NA

April 25, 1914

Little girl under umbrella with dog by J. C. Leyendecker. The First Year by William Jennings Bryan, The Wage-Earner as an Investor, Cats and Mice in Merrie England, “The Streets of Seven Stars,” by Mary Roberts Rinehart (XXIII).

Not Available

NA

June 27, 1914

Gentleman in art museum in Paris by Robert Robinson. How Plays Are Born, An American Vandal.

G/VG/good, small stain on cover

$40.00

July 18, 1914

Man Looking Up at Airplanes Through Binoculars by Robinson. Fiction, Public Ownership

Good, stain, covers loose, missing pgs. 23 through 26

$15.00

September 19, 1914

Young boy with slate before reprimanding teacher by J. C. Leyendecker. London in War Time, “Sophy-as-She-Might-Have-Been,” by Edna Ferber, Cutting Down Some Staple Unnecessaries, The Man on The Bench.

G/VG

$60.00

October 3, 1914

Old man in rocker reading war newspaper, cat on rug, by J. C. Leyendecker. War and Business, England Wakes Up, Taking the Cure – The Treatment of Americans for Europitis, The Refugees—A Night Among the Peasant Fugitives at Ostend, Turning Around on a Smaller Margin, “the Busher’s Kid,” by Ring W. Lardner.

Not Available

NA

 

January 9, 1915

Elegant woman by Z. P. Nikolaki. A Talk with the President, Europe’s Rag Doll – Belgium, fiction

Good, gouge out of bottom center, edge tears

$40.00

April 3, 1915

Naked boy in top hat, with cane and floral bouquet by J. C. Leyendecker. A Talk with the King of the Belgians by Mary Roberts Rinehart, Competition In Oil, Russia’s Stake In the War, Made in America – The Yosemite, Consider The Calf, The Black Bear by Enos A. Mills.

G/VG, small amount of staining

$60.00

May 8, 1915

Woman with hat, gloves and riding crop by William Haskell Coffin. The Great Farmers’ Strike And How It Can Be Settled, Women Under Fire, Secret Ciphers, Vote For Shimada!, “The Busher Abroad,” by Ring W. Lardner, An American Private in the German Army,  For King and Country – No Man’s Land by Mary Roberts Rinehart.

Not Available

NA

May 22, 1915

Small boy diving naked into swimming hole by J. C. Leyendecker. Banzai – And Then What?, Selling Shot and Supplies To Europe, For King and Country The Man of Ypres by Mary Roberts Rinehart, Why Wall Street Boils, Out-Of-Doors, Your Bird Dog.

Not Available

NA

August 7, 1915

Man with switch catching small boy stealing apples by J.C. Leyendecker. The Hohenzollerns at Home by an Ex-Lady of the German Court, Thrift, With a Sporting Slant, “Something New” (continued) by Pelham Grenville Wodehouse, Paris in Half-Mourning, Old General Red-Tape,.

Good, small amount of staining on cover

$35.00

August 28, 1915

Woman in red jacket and white hat by Z. P. Nikolaki. On The French Front, “The Gray Dawn,”(continued) by Stewart Edward White, AS IS: Buying A Slightly Used Car, No Dividends Big Business Works For Charity, Have The Big Men Been Buying Stocks.

G/VG

$50.00

October 2, 1915

Boy in sailor suit riding donkey by Tony Sarg. At Grips, “Nature, Inc.,” by Sinclair Lewis, Powdertown, From Peking To Petrograd, “The Gray Dawn,” (continued) by Edward Steward White, The War Will Not be Over for Fifty Years.

G/VG

$60.00

October 9, 1915

Woman in hat with roses with by Penrhyn Stanlaws. A Film Favorite, The British Lines, Learning To Stand On Our Own Legs, Getting Out of Russia, “The Gray Dawn,” (continued) by Stewart Edward White, Investing Money During Wartime.

Good, some tape residue

$35.00

October 16, 1915

Boy with grandmother in church pew, dog in aisle by Leslie Thrasher. The Simple Tourist – Yes, Isn’t He?, A Film Favorite, An American Victory in Serbia, “The Gray Dawn,” (continued) by Edward Stewart White, The Big Day of Little Business.

Fair/good, tape residue, scribbles on part of cover

$17.50

 

January 1, 1916

New Year’s Cherub knitting while sitting on cushion by J. C. Leyendecker. What Is Coming by H. G. Wells, “If I Were Boss,” by Sinclair Lewis, Common Sense About Preparedness, “Uneasy Money,” (continued) by Pelham Grenville Wodehouse, Running A Town With A Club.

Not Available

NA

June 24, 1916

Woman in swimsuit wading by Clarence F. Underwood. The Roof of Armageddon, Million-Dollar Incomes, Handling the Parks, “The Crook,” by Ring W. Lardner, The Man Hunters.

Good

$50.00

August 12, 1916

Wading At Ocean’s Edge by Sarah Stillwell-Weber. Once A Mexican, Always?, Fiction

Good

$35.00

October 21, 1916

2 Dancers by Sarah Stillwell-Weber. The Modern Samaritan, “Piccadilly Jim”  (continued) by Pelham Grenville Wodehouse, Fiction

Not Available

NA

November 4, 1916

Making A Point by J. C. Leyendecker. Fiction, The Salesman Who Lasts, “Piccadilly Jim” (continued) by Pelham Grenville Wodehouse

Good, small tape at corners

$40.00

November 18, 1916

Jaguar and Leopard by Charles Livingston Bull. The Pirates of the Caribbean, by Mary Roberts Rinehart, American Business in France, “Jeeves Takes Charge,” by Pelham Grenville Wodehouse, Laboratories That Turn Losses to Profits, Neglected Foods.

G/VG

$60.00

 

January 20, 1917

Woman in black hat by Emil Fuchs. The Enchanted Captain – How Villa Came Back, Ready! Action! Camera! Go! A Boycott With a Brass Band – The Garment Trade Moves Out, Women, War and Wages.

Fair/good, staining to cover

$17.50

February 3, 1917

Pensive woman in white by Philip Boileau. Bubble Days of Finance, The Study of Footprints, How Much and Who Gets It, With Canada at the Somme.

Not Available

NA

December 22, 1917

Doughboy with Dutch Girl by J. C. Leyendecker. Der Tag for Us, The City of Chaos, The Camera As a Deadly Weapon, Kamerad or Camouflage.

Not Available

NA

 

January 12, 1918

Elderly Couple Reminiscing with photos by Harold Brett. The Russian Armies in Revolt, Dives and The Demagogues, Business That Isn’t Necessary, Swat That Spy!, Business – Managing The Empire, Letters From The War.

Not Available

NA

August 24, 1918

Small girl chasing butterfly with net by Sarah Stilwell-Weber. “Twenty-Three and a Half Hours Leave,” by Mary Roberts Rinehart, Young Black Joe, War and Science, John Hay’s Good Deed in a Naughty World, Thrift For Americans.

Not Available

NA

 

January 18, 1919

Reminiscing (two sailors) by Norman Rockwell. “The Refugees,” by Edith Wharton, The Franco-American Business Entente, Fairylands of Finance, How Many Seeds in a Pomegranate?, Do We Want Waterways?

Not Available

NA

January 25, 1919

Girl holding little sister in winter by Sarah Stilwell- Weber.  The Socialists’ Koran, The Anglo-American Business Entente, A Worm’s-Eye View of Filmland, “Simple Simon,” by Ring W. Lardner, Out-of-Doors Keeping Fit for Success, “Cash Wyble” by Albert Payson Terhune.

G/VG, small tear in cover

$50.00

February 1, 1919

Woman in Red Hat and Scarf by J. Knowles Hare. Unscrambling the Eggs at Lille, From War to Work in Great Britain, “The Wallflower,” by Albert Payson Terhune, Proprietors and Peasants, Removing the Muffler, Can Germany Come Back? When It Dawned, His Honor the Burglar -- A Fable of American Politics.

Good, corner torn, does not damage cover art

$35.00

February 15, 1919

Cameo of Redhead by Z. P. Nikolaki. The Peace Machine, The Commercial Zeppelin, “The Shrinking Violet,” by Sinclair Lewis, To Keep the Wheels Turning, Aircraft Wireless, Nothing To Wear – Miss Flora McFlimsey Goes Shopping in Paris.

Good, slight fraying at edge of cover, crease

$40.00

February 22, 1919

Hero’s Welcome by Norman Rockwell. So This Is Germany! “Things,” by Sinclair Lewis, Into Alsace With the Tricolor, Stop Immigration For Ten Years, The Problem of Location, Sales Without Salesmanship.

Not Available

NA

March 1, 1919

Enhanced photograph of Woman with ice skates by William Shewell Ellis. Looking Backward – Men, Women and Events During Eight Decades of American History, Into Alsace With the Tricolor, Qui Vive? France!, German Billets, The Lion Hunter as a Bird Lover (about Theodore Roosevelt), The Muddled American, Out-Of Doors – Sport After War, Children of My Trail School by Enos A. Mills.

G/VG

$50.00

March 22, 1919

Couple on Sofa as Clock Strikes Midnight by Norman Rockwell. Fiction by George Randolph Chester, May Edington, Will Payne, Henry Watterson and others,  A Presidential Potpourri

Good, spine tears, library stamp at top, gouge on last page

$75.00

March 29, 1919

Enhanced Photo of Salvation Army Woman by William Shewell Ellis. By Force of Arms – Soldiers, Not Hunger, Defeated Germany, “With The Tide” Poem by Edith Wharton, With the Armies on The Rhine, Looking Backward (continued), How British Labor Sees It, Have A Nut Sundae With Me, Preventable Poverty.

Good, cover is rippled

$30.00

April 19, 1919

Woman with Cut Flowers, Easter 1919 by J. C. Leyendecker. “The Busher Reenlists,” by Ring W. Lardner, “The Cat of The Stars,” by Sinclair Lewis, Paderewski, Pianist and Premier, “Cash Wyble, Bolshevist,” by Albert Payson Terhune, From Beer to Ice Cream, Heroes All, A First Move Toward Law and Order in Russia, Looking Backward (continued), Italy, Jugoslavia and the Adriatic, An Insurance Policy.

Not Available

NA

April 26, 1919

Party Games by Norman Rockwell. The Second Elder Gives Battle, The Great Sucker-List Industry, Starvation in Vienna, The Russian Reign of Terror, Soldiers of Peace, Looking Backward (continued), Boners of the Boneheads.

Not Available

NA

May 3, 1919

Woman in Hat by Neysa McMein. Blue-Water Law – A Glance at the Merchant Seaman’s Act, History Is One by H. G. Wells, A Fool’s Paradise, Ruins, Looking Backward (continued), What We Learned About Wood, When Merchandise Sells Itself.

Not Available

NA

May 10, 1919

Two boys listening to war hero by J. C. Leyendecker. Beginning of “A Damsel in Distress,” by Pelham Grenville Wodehouse, Who Won The War?, Home From The Wars, Coast To Coast and Return by Air, Vamping To “Vogner”, A Wheat Primer For City Folks, Looking Backward (continued), The New Goblin, A Nation On Strike, Pronghorns of the Plains by Enos A. Mills, Long Credit Versus Cash Discount, Who Should Operate Our Telephones?

Good, red archival tape neatly on spine

$45.00

May 17, 1919

Woman with wishbone by J. Knowles Hare. The Ransom Notes of an Amerikansky, France and Us, The New Tyranny, Chomage, “The Monkey Glen” illustrated by Charles Livingston Bull, De Luxe From Paris to Vienna, “A Damsel In Distress,”(continued) by Pelham Grenville Wodehouse, Operatic Acting, Censored Natural-History News by Enos A. Mills, Out-Of-Doors -- The Homing Instinct Of the Hound.

Good, red archival tape neatly on spine, no other flaws

$40.00

May 24, 1919

Father and son fishing cover by Harold Brett. Rubbing Elbows With Heine, “The Watcher Across the Road,” by Sinclair Lewis, Armistice Day in Vienna, Some Things H. Hoover Overlooked, “The Battle of Texas,” by Ring W. Lardner, England and The New Age, Wartime Substitutes in Germany, “A Damsel In Distress,” (continued) by Pelham Grenville Wodehouse, Made in France, The Movie Of The Rhine, On Being A Bourgeois, Double page N. C. Wyeth Fisk Tire Ad.

Good, light stain along top of spine, corner crease

$45.00

Same

Good, red archival tape neatly on spine, no other flaws

$40.00

May 31, 1919

Young and old soldier with funeral wreath by J. C. Leyendecker. “Free Air,” by Sinclair Lewis, Adventures in Interviewing Lloyd George, Taking Over our Problems, The Den of the Zeppelin, “Jungle Laughter,” illustrated by Charles Livingston Bull, “A Damsel in Distress,” (continued) by Pelham Grenville Wodehouse, A Permanent Military Policy for the United States, In A French Looking-Glass.

Not Available

NA

June 7, 1919

Woman in white hat with roses by Neysa McMein. “Salvage: A Tish Story,” by Mary Roberts Rinehart, Health and Industry, Let’s Save Junk – But at a Profit, The Super-Boobs, “A Woman Is Only A Woman,” by Pelham Grenville Wodehouse, Adventures in Interviewing Lord Northcliffe, The Business of Theatrical Management, “Free Air,” (continued) by Sinclair Lewis, “A Damsel In Distress,” (continued) by Pelham Grenville Wodehouse, Looking Backward (continued), Two Billion Dollars’ Wheat Money, Building Up Your Town, Wanted: Ten Million New Americans.

Good, red archival tape neatly on spine

$40.00

June 14, 1919

Valedictorian by Norman Rockwell. Carranza Makes Trouble, The Naval War Through German Eyes, Ships, “Salvage: A Tish Story,” (continued) by Mary Roberts Rinehart, “The Hunting Cheetah,” illustrated by Charles Livingston Bull, “Free Air,” by Sinclair Lewis, “A Damsel In Distress,” by Pelham Grenville Wodehouse, Reclaiming Northern France, Fitting Business With A Self-Starter, Out-Of-Doors—Three Historical Rifles.

Good, red archival tape neatly on spine

$75.00

June 28, 1919

Leapfrog by Norman Rockwell. Seventeen-Year People, Looking Backward (continued), The Tragedy of Odessa, Who Killed Cock Robin, Adventures in Interviewing the Russian Revolution Makers, “A Damsel In Distress,” (continued) by Pelham Grenville Wodehouse, Everybody’s Business, Rivers As Scene Shifters by Enos A. Mills.

Not Available

NA

July 5, 1919

General Washington by J. C. Leyendecker. Why Bolshevism Dominates Russia, Adventures in Interviewing Pershing and Some Other War Notables, Saving the Country by Booth Tarkington, “The Monster Kabuli,” illustrated by Charles Livingston Bull, How Lenine Intrigued With Germany – And Betrayed His Own Comrades, Looking Backwards (continued), Everybody’s Business, The Tribune Of The People, Sales Force Plus Trade Union, Invoicing Your Customers.

Fair/good, tape along edge of front cover, gouge out of bottom back cover and last pages

$25.00

 

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