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STERLING BUILDING CHICAGO ILLINOIS POSTCARD POSTMARKED 1956

By: N/A

Price: $5.00

Publisher: 1956

Seller ID: 16011

Condition: VG+


Very good plus condition with minor usage showing. Colortone postcard showing the Sterling Building from across street and opposite corner. Shows wide sidewalk with people walking and parked cars. Back has type written note and address to Linda Seely of Canton Pennsylvania. Photo available upon request. ; Postcard View more info

LEE CREST MANOR CHICAGO ILLINOIS ENVELOPE GATEWAY TO THE WORLD'S FAIR

By: N/A

Price: $5.00

Publisher: circa 1933

Seller ID: 16013

Condition: VG


Envelope has naturally browned. Black lettering. Return address shows Lee Crest Manor, lake Park Ave, Chicago Illinois. Bottom left corner states Gateway to World's Fair 1833-A Century of Progress-1933. ; 61/2x31/2 View more info

TIME MAGAZINE MARCH 15,1963 THE WEEKLY NEWSMAGAZINE WITH CHICAGO'S MAYOR DALEY ON FRONT COVER

By: Alexander, Roy (editor)

Price: $12.00

Publisher: Time Inc.: 1963

Edition: no edition/printing given

Seller ID: 23845

Condition: G+


Number 11. Good plus condition with normal usage showing. Corners have small folds/curls. Some loosenesss by stapled spine. Text is quite clean/tight. Free gift wrapping, card and drop shipping. Let us know the occasion and message. ; Vol. 81; 110 pages View more info

26 UNUSED VINTAGE ENVELOPES WITH H.F. ADAMS & CO WHOLESALE GROCERS 246 MAIN STREET AS RETURN ADDRESS

By: Anonymous

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Unknown: N.D.

Seller ID: 24332

Condition: VG


Very good condition with minor usage showing. No city or state given but these could be from when Adams was in the grocery business and located in the Chicago Illinois area. Gift quality condition. Free gift wrapping, card and drop shipping. Let us know the occasion and message. ; 6 1/2 x 3 1/2 oblong View more info

VINTAGE 1950'S ILLUSTRATED COLOR POSTCARD OF UNION STATION IN CHICAGO ILLINOIS WITH POSTMARK DATED AUGUST 27,1952

By: Curt Teich & Company

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Aero Distributing: circa 1952

Seller ID: 24345

Condition: VG


Very good condition with light usage showing. Linen look nightime color illustration of Union Station, Chicago, Illinois with an outside view. Shows lit streetlights and a car or two. Under Union Station sign on top of building is another sign stating Pennsylvania R. R. Burlington Route---Alton Route Milwaukee R. R. Postmarked August 27, 1952 to Fred Baker of Dundee NY from Irene Howard. Corners are still quite crisp. Nice gift condition. Free gift wrapping, card and dro... View more info

SUCCESS MAGAZINE APRIL 1988 WITH PIT BULL CHICAGO TRADER TONY SALIBA ON FRONT COVER

By: Degarmo, S (editor) Gutman Haines Gill Mackay Kouzes Posner Post Walther Mahoney Waterman Naisbitt James Gilder Andrews

Price: $16.00

Publisher: Gerry Moss:

Seller ID: 25602

Condition: VG+


Number 3. In very good plus condition with only minor usage showing. However there is a small recent repair on stapled spine. Front cover has part of old paper label still stuck on in lower area. Main cover story is about Chicago trader Tony Saliba. Other stories and subject matter are The Mobile Executive with office on the go; tempting the seller into financing your leveraged buyout; an eccentric ad agency's winning ways; thriving is a sea of competitors; leadership ch... View more info

A PECK OF SALT A Year in the Ghette

By: Hough, John T. Jr

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Little, Brown & Company Atlantic Monthly Press: 1970

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 6247

Condition: VG+/VG+


Gray pebbled paper over cardboard boards with orange cloth spine and black lettering. Usual library and discard markings. Cardholder lifted from reps. ; Ex-Lib; 8vo; 245 pages View more info

THE CENTURY WORLD'S FAIR BOOK FOR BOYS AND GIRLS BEING THE ADVENTURES OF HARRY AND PHILIP WITH THEIR TUTOR MR. DOUGLASS AT THE WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION

By: Jenks, Tudor

Price: $24.50

Publisher: Century Company: 1893

Seller ID: 1793

Condition: Fair/NONE


Book in fair condition with covers that are illustrated with fair scenes including old time ferris wheel. With off-hand sketches by Harry and snap- shots by Philip and illustrations by better known artists and reproductions of many photographs. All edges have wear and corners are bumped. Book lays a bit cocked. Covers have quite a bit of soilage & usage. Text is a bit loose with light browning on pages. Front hinge cracked all the way. Inside front cover is map and index... View more info

THE BRIDGE WORLD MAGAZINE OCT 1977, THE BET,CHICAGO SPINGOLD , YOU BE THE JUDGE, CHALLENGE THE CHAMPS WILLIAMS-PRICE VS SONTAG-WEICHSEL

By: Kaplan, Edgar (editor) , Culbertson, Ely (Founded by) , Rubens, J.

Price: $7.00

Publisher: Bridge World Magazine: 1977

Edition: no edition/printing given

Seller ID: 24495

Condition: G+


Number 1. Good plus condition with only light usage showing. Brown/tan covers. Text is clean/tight however there is recent spine repair, back cover has some chips/tears along edges. Rear pages have small folded upper outside corners. Old address label on front cover. Free gift wrapping, card and drop shipping. Let us know the occasion and message. ; Vol. 49; 51/4x71/4; 55 pages View more info

THE BRIDGE WORLD MAGAZINE NOV 1977, THE BET,CHICAGO SPINGOLD , A QUESTION OF PLAY, CHALLENGE THE CHAMPS WILLIAMS-PRICE VS HAMILTON-PASSELL

By: Kaplan, Edgar (editor) , Culbertson, Ely (Founded by) , Rubens, J. Reese, T

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Bridge World Magazine: 1977

Edition: no edition/printing given

Seller ID: 24496

Condition: VG+


Number 2. Very good plus condition with only light usage showing. Dark green/light green covers. Text is clean/tight. Old address label on front cover. Gift quality condition. Free gift wrapping, card and drop shipping. Let us know the occasion and message. ; Vol. 49; 51/4x71/4; 55 pages View more info

THE BOYS LIFE OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN

By: Nicolay, Helen

Price: $6.00

Publisher: Century Company: 1921

Edition: no edition given

Seller ID: 25383

Condition: P/NONE


Selling AS IS in POOR CONDITION. READING CONDITION. All pages accounted for EXCEPT frontispiece showing a statue of Abraham Lincoln and on pages 81/82 an Illustration of the house in which Abraham Lincoln was married in. A very well used book. Covers are a light greenish color with black lettering and illustrations on front and spine and show a lot of handling. Previous owner's name penciled at top of pree front endpaper. Many pages are separating and/or completely separ... View more info

THE ST. VALENTINE'S DAY MASSACRE-AL CAPONE'S HATE LETTER TO THE WORLD-THE MOST BIZARRE GANGLAND SLAYING OF ALL TIME-WITH MOVIE TIE-IN

By: O'Hara, Boris (Author). , Browne, Howard (Original Screenplay by)

Price: $8.00

Publisher: Dell: 1967

Edition: 1st Edition (?)

Seller ID: 22940

Condition: VG+


Very good plus condition with only light usage showing. No spine crease. Text is clean/tight. All edge green. Front cover shows movie scene where the gang members are lined up facing the wall with 4 men aiming guns at them. Free gift wrapping, card and drop shipping. Let us know the occasion and message. ; 158 pages View more info

TODAY'S COLLECTOR MAGAZINE OCTOBER 1994 WITH ANTIQUING AMERICA ON FRONT COVER

By: Smith, Greg (editor). , Curtis, J. , Johnson, D. , Manns, W. , Miller, Rex

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Krause Publications: 1994

Edition: no edition/printing given

Seller ID: 23617

Condition: G+


Number 10. Good plus condition with normal usage showing. Magazine could have gotten damp in the past as many pages have small crinkles. Old address label on lower front cover. Topics are Sir Charles phone cards; Overbeck Pottery; cap and other toy guns; antiquing in Central Missouri; auctioned contents of an 1870's general store by New York auctioneer David Mapes; antiquing America; Native Americana; Hollywood costumes; toy guns including cap guns and atomic pistols; Gu... View more info

VINTAGE CABINET PHOTOGRAPH AND OTHER PHOTO OF YOUNG BOY TAKEN BY TRIPP OF WOODSTOCK ILLINOIS AND STEBBINS OF CANISTEO NEW YORK

By: Tripp -- Stebbins

Price: $30.00

Publisher: circa 1910

Seller ID: 24357

Condition: VG-


Very good minus condition with only light usage showing. Smaller photo is on a 3 1/8 x 5 1/4 card with lots of ssmall holes all around the outside of photo. Could have been sewn onto something. This photo shows younger boy in a military type outfir . He is sitting on the arm of a wicker chair and he is holding his military styled hat. This one was taken by Stebbins photographs in Canistwo NY. The cabinet photo is same young boy only about 2 years later (making him about ... View more info

THE KEEL RECRUIT TRAINING COMMAND

By: Various

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Walsworth Publishing: N.D.

Seller ID: 1238

Condition: F+


Fine plus condition. Great Lakes, Illinois. This is the cruise book given to every Navyman who has completed training. Pictures are of a variety of companies undergoing training at Great Lakes. At a later date a 32 page supplement is sent to the sailor to be placed at the back of this cruise book and which will be exclusively pictures of individual company. Cruisebook is 72 glossy pages. Black grained boards with raised training center emblem and title in bright gold. Tw... View more info

FROM COASTAL WILDERNESS TO FRUITED PLAIN - A HISTORY OF ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE IN TEMPERATE NORTH AMERICA FROM 1500 TO THE PRESENT 1993-1994 WITH THOMAS COLE'S THE OXBOW PRINT ON FRONT COVER

By: Whitney, Gordon G.

Price: $90.00

Publisher: Great Britain, Cambridge University Press: 1994

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 25817

ISBN: 052139452x

Condition: NF/NF


Just a reminder that the author's "present" is 1993/1994. In near fine condition with the only usage showing is embossed stamp os previous owner on free front endpaper. Dust jacket also in Near FIne condition. A very interesting book that any American concerned about the environment should read. Contains b/s photos showing the character and demise of the presettlement vegetation of the Northeast and Midwest. Information on the forest primeval, lumber industry for... View more info