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Published by Clark Publishing Company,, Highland Park, IL, 1956
Magazine / Periodical First Edition
Soft Cover. Condition: Good to Very Good. First Paperback Ed. & 1st Printing!. Inventory # D533-1 FATE (Pulp Digest Magazine); Vol. 9, No. 3, Issue 71, March 1956 True Stories on The Strange, The Unusual, The Unknown - Rudolph Valentinos Occult Guides, The Child Who Was Four Centuries Old, Sacsahuaman Mystery City Of The Andes, Catherine De Medici Published by Highland Park, IL: Clark Publishing Company, CONTENTS; ** STORIES (1) How My Visions Found A Missing Man by Martin H. Herlick (2) The Hanging Spectre by Miriam Grinstead (3) The Child Who Was Four Centuries Old by Ven. Robert Stuart Clifton (4) Spirit Bride . . . Mortal Groom by Raymond J. Ross (5) How Catherine De Medici Tried To Cheat The Stars by Dr. A. J. Von Borosini (6) Jadoo by Ronald Sinclair (7) Excitement By "Jungle Telegraph" by Roy M. Frisen (8) The Blind Girl Who Could See by Esther Cox Todd (9) I Saw The Angel Of Death by V. A. Peacock; ARTICLES = (1) Valentino And His Unseen Guides by Robert Gladwell (2) DeLands Seven Wires Fight Frost by Gaston Burridge (3) Animals That Made Their Owners Rich by John Sidney (4) How To Read Hands by Mir Bashir (5) Sacsahuaman - Mystery City Of The Andes by M. K. Jessup (6) Is This The Worlds First Christian Church? by Estella de Ford Graham (7) Farmer Browns Health Germ by John Edward Maltoy (8) Experiment With Clairvoyance by Edgar Monroe (9) The Grave On Which No Grass Grows by Michael Sheldon (10) You Aura Reveal Your Ills by Dr. W. E. Farbstein PRICE = G/ VG $15; tear front page top left corner; minor spinal wear Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Pulp Digest / Paperback.
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Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 150 pages. 8.00x5.00x0.38 inches. This item is printed on demand.
Published by Stuart David Schiff, NY, 1975
Paperback. Condition: Very Good. Artwork by John Linton, Lee Brown Coye, Todd Klein, George Barr, Denis Tiani, Jim Pitts, Matt Foxx (illustrator). 1st Edition. NY: Stuart David Schiff. Whispers Volume 2 No. 4 December 1975 Editor: Stuart David Schiff Publisher: Stuart David Schiff Assistant Editor: David Drake Pages:67 Format: Stapled wraps. Magazine Artwork by John Linton, Lee Brown Coye, Todd Klein, George Barr, Denis Tiani, Jim Pitts, Matt Foxx Contents include: Smoke Kiss a short story by Ramsey Campbell The King's Shadow Has No Limits by Avram Davidson Goat by David Campton The Barrow Troll by David Drake World Fantasy con Report Book Reviews and much more. (See contents page photo) Condition: Very good condition with edge wear, very slight toning to edges of covers and page margins. See photos bx 200E.
Published by [Springfield, Il, 1834
Broadside, 16 1/4 x 11 inches. Printed in four columns. Old horizontal fold. Slight chipping at edges, a few dark ink spots. Contemporary manuscript annotation on rear bleeding through. Moderate tanning and scattered light foxing. Good plus. A scarce broadside response that was part of a bitter political fight between Archer Gray Herndon and John Todd Stuart, soon to be Abraham Lincoln's new law partner in Illinois. Much of the text, which totals approximately four thousand words, is occupied by Stuart's defense of his conduct while serving during the Black Hawk War in 1832. Stuart, a Kentucky-born lawyer, Illinois politician, and cousin of Mary Todd Lincoln, became Lincoln's partner in 1837. In 1834, Stuart was campaigning for a second term in the Illinois House on the Whig ticket. An earlier broadside had attacked Stuart for allegedly feigning illness at a crucial time during the Black Hawk War, and accused him of voting against extending credit on school lands, and other political shenanigans. He believed Herndon (whose son coincidentally would also become Lincoln's partner in law after Stuart), a powerful local Democrat, to be behind the attack, and personally addressed this printed rebuttal to him. A vivid rebuttal of a potentially debilitating smear during the 1834 Illinois state election campaign. Byrd and OCLC together locate only two copies, at the Illinois State Historical Society and the Lincoln Presidential Library. BYRD 200. AMERICAN IMPRINTS 26969.