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Aug 7, 2022 Management Publications, Inc. (New York)
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A single issue, taken from a library-bound volume, of  System and Business Management , December 1933. The library binder guillotined a portion of the cover while building the partial volume; the missing content in the front page is lost in the stitched gutter or the library's bindery dump forever. However, the interior pages seem to all fit within the crop I have available. Both covers are present, as are the advertising pages in the front- and endmatter. Contents include We Spent More and...
Topics: magazine, System, Great Depression, New Deal, management, National Recovery Administration, NRA
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Aug 7, 2022 Management Publications, Inc. (New York)
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A single issue, taken from a library-bound volume, of  System and Business Management , November 1933. The library binder guillotined a portion of the cover while building the partial volume; the missing content in the front page is lost in the stitched gutter or the library's bindery dump forever. However, the interior pages seem to all fit within the crop I have available. Both covers are present, as are the advertising pages in the front- and endmatter. Contents include 10 Guideposts to...
Topics: magazine, System, Great Depression, New Deal, management, NRA, National Recovery Administration
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Aug 6, 2022 Management Publications, Inc. (New York)
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A single issue, taken from a library-bound volume, of System and Business Management , October 1933. The library binder guillotined a portion of the cover while building the partial volume; the missing content in the front page is lost in the stitched gutter or the library's binder y dump forever. However, the interior pages seem to all fit within the crop I have available. Both covers are present, as are the advertising pages in the front- and endmatter. Contents include Football—Its...
Topics: magazine, System, Great Depression, New Deal, management, strikes
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Aug 6, 2022 Wilmer Atkinson
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A single issue, bound in string, of The Farm Journal, Devoted to the Farm, Orchard, Garden, Poultry and Household Economy . Published by Wilmer Atkinson (Philadelphia & Chicago), April 1884. Volume IX, No. 2. 20pp, no separate covers. "Practical not Fancy Farming" Scanned at 600dpi, 24-bit color, then algorithmically deskewed and manually cropped to identical page sizes on each leaf. It was clearly folded in mailing and storage, so there is some text made less legible by the...
Topics: magazine, agriculture, Farm Journal, Wilmer Atkinson, Philadelphia, Chicago
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Aug 6, 2022 Wilmer Atkinson
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A single issue, bound in string, of The Farm Journal, Devoted to the Farm, Orchard, Garden, Poultry and Household Economy . Published by Wilmer Atkinson (Philadelphia & Chicago), April 1884. Volume VIII, No. 4. 20pp, no separate covers. "Practical not Fancy Farming" Scanned at 600dpi, 24-bit color, then algorithmically deskewed and manually cropped to identical page sizes on each leaf. It was clearly folded in mailing and storage, so there is some text made less legible by the...
Topics: magazine, agriculture, Farm Journal, Wilmer Atkinson, Philadelphia, Chicago
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Aug 6, 2022 Wilmer Atkinson
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A single issue, bound in string, of  The Farm Journal, Devoted to the Farm, Orchard, Garden, Poultry and Household Economy . Published by Wilmer Atkinson (Philadelphia & Chicago), March 1884. Volume VIII, No. 3. 16pp, no separate covers. "Practical not Fancy Farming" Scanned at 600dpi, 24-bit color, then algorithmically deskewed and manually cropped to identical page sizes on each leaf. It was clearly folded in mailing and storage, so there is some text made less legible by the...
Topics: magazine, agriculture, Farm Journal, Wilmer Atkinson, Philadelphia, Chicago
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Aug 6, 2022 La Petite Illustration
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A single issue, in wraps, of  La Petite Illustration , the weekly fiction-and-theater supplement to  L'Illustration . This is No. 58, of April 11, 1914. The majority of the issue not taken up by advertisements and letters contains part three of the novel  La Petite Fille de Jérusalem  by Myriam Harry. Scanned at 600dpi, 24-bit color, deskewed algorithmically and then manually cropped to an identical page size throughout. Some staining on the covers might interfere with OCR accuracy.
Topics: French, magazine, fiction, theater, in wraps, Myriam Harry
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Aug 6, 2022 Luther Tucker (Albany, NY)
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The Country Gentleman: A Journal for the Farm, the Garden, and the Fireside , Volume 2, No. 15 (Whole Number 41); October 13, 1853. An agricultural journal published weekly by one Luther Tucker of Albany, NY (also publisher of the monthly  The Cultivator ). 16pp, disbound but complete. Badly stained, somewhat and tattered, but scanned in 24-bit color at 600dpi in hopes a manual transcription will be possible if OCR is not.
Topics: magazine, agriculture, upstate New York, Americana, Albany, farming, weekly
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Aug 6, 2022 Luther Tucker (Albany, NY)
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The Country Gentleman: A Journal for the Farm, the Garden, and the Fireside , Volume 2, No. 10 (Whole number 36); September 8, 1853. An agricultural journal published weekly by one Luther Tucker of Albany, NY (also publisher of the monthly  The Cultivator ). 16pp, disbound but complete. Badly stained, and somewhat tattered, but scanned in 24-bit color at 600dpi in hopes a manual transcription will be possible if OCR is not.
Topics: magazine, agriculture, upstate New York, Americana, Albany, farming, weekly
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Aug 4, 2022 Luther Tucker (Albany, NY)
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The Country Gentleman: A Journal for the Farm, the Garden, and the Fireside , Volume 1, No. 8; February 24, 1853. An agricultural journal published weekly by one Luther Tucker of Albany, NY (also publisher of the monthly  The Cultivator ). 16pp, disbound but complete. Badly foxed, and tattered, but scanned in 24-bit color at 600dpi in hopes a manual transcription will be possible if OCR is not.
Topics: magazine, agriculture, upstate New York, Americana, Albany, farming, weekly
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Aug 3, 2022 Luther Tucker (Albany, NY)
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The Country Gentleman: A Journal for the Farm, the Garden, and the Fireside , Volume 1, No. 1 (whole number 1); January 6, 1853. An agricultural journal published weekly by one Luther Tucker of Albany, NY (also publisher of the monthly  The Cultivator ). 16pp, disbound but complete. Badly foxed, and tattered, but scanned in 24-bit color at 600dpi in hopes a manual transcription will be possible if OCR is not.
Topics: magazine, agriculture, upstate New York, Americana, Albany, farming, weekly
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Aug 1, 2022 Luther Tucker (Albany, NY)
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The Country Gentleman: A Journal for the Farm, the Garden, and the Fireside , Volume 2, No. 17 (whole number 43); October 27, 1853. An agricultural journal published weekly by one Luther Tucker of Albany, NY (also publisher of the monthly  The Cultivator ). 16pp, disbound but complete. Badly foxed, and tattered, but scanned in 24-bit color at 600dpi in hopes a manual transcription will be possible if OCR is not.
Topics: magazine, agriculture, upstate New York, Americana, Albany, farming, weekly
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Jul 30, 2022 Charles de Garmo; edited by Nicholas Murray Butler
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Herbart and the Herbartarians (1896), a volume in Scribner's Great Educators Series. Professional biography of Johann Friedrich Herbart (1776–1841), and the colleagues who used his work to establish the "Herbartarian" educational system , popular in Germany and the United States in the latter 19th Century. Scanned at 600dpi, 24-bit color, algorithmically deskewed and then manually cropped to standard image sizes throughout.
Topics: education, Great Educators series, pedagogy, history
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Jul 30, 2022 Minnesota Historical Society
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A single issue, in wraps, of the Minnesota History Bulletin  (Vol. 2, No. 6) of May, 1918. Contents include Social and Economic Effects of the Civil War with Special Reference to Minnesota (Lester B. Shippee) Notes and Documents The Historical Records of Scandinavians in America Rev. Arthur E. Jones Removal of the Sioux Indians from Minnesota Book Reviews Minnesota Historical Society News News and Comment Scanned at 600dpi, 24-bit color, deskewed algorithmically and cropped manually to a...
Topics: magazine, Minnesota, history, Civil War, Sioux removal, Scandinavian immigrants, Americana
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Jul 28, 2022 Dix, Edwards & Co. (New York)
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A single issue, in wraps, of Putnam's Monthly: A Magazine of Literature, Science, and Art (Volume IX, No L, February 1850). Includes several pages of advertising in the rear, some of which repeats due to a printer's error. The paper stock used for this issue also changed in mid-run, so several signatures are a bright white (and foxed) rag stock, while others are a dark age-toned (and stained) brown stock. Very odd. The binding and printer's trims were also askew, so the gutter interferes with...
Topics: magazine, Putnam's Monthly, essays, literary, antebellum, in wraps
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Jul 28, 2022 Extension Division, University of Colorado
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Motion Picture Films and Stereopticon Slides , from the University of Colorado Extension Division. A catalog of popular and educational films and slides for rent to local projectors (theaters, churches, schools etc) around the state of Colorado. Dated (via this Worldcat entry ) to 1928. Scanned at 600dpi, 24-bit color, then algorithmically deskewed and manually cropped to a fixed page size throughout. An earlier owner was doing a lengthy algebra problem on several of the flyleaf, and this has...
Topics: university extension service, motion pictures, rural outreach, film, catalog, education,...
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Jul 26, 2022 La Petite Illustration
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A single issue, in wraps, of  La Petite Illustration , the weekly fiction-and-theater supplement to  L'Illustration . This is No. 50, of February 14, 1914. The majority of the issue not taken up by advertisements and letters contains the five-act drama  Jerusalem!  by Georges Rivollet. Scanned at 600dpi, 24-bit color, deskewed algorithmically and then manually cropped to an identical page size throughout. Some staining on the covers might interfere with OCR accuracy.
Topics: French, magazine, fiction, theater, in wraps, Georges Rivollet
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Jul 26, 2022 La Petite Illustration
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A single issue, in wraps, of  La Petite Illustration , the weekly fiction-and-theater supplement to  L'Illustration . This is No. 56, of March 28, 1914. The majority of the issue not taken up by advertisements and letters contains the second serialized portion of the novel  La Petite Fille de Jérusalem  by Myriam Harry. Scanned at 600dpi, 24-bit color, deskewed algorithmically and then manually cropped to an identical page size throughout. Some staining on the covers might interfere with...
Topics: French, magazine, fiction, theater, in wraps, Myriam Harry
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Jul 26, 2022 Joaquin Miller
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The poetry collection Songs of the Sierras  by "Joaquin Miller" (pen name of Cincinnatus Heine Miller). 1880, Roberts Brothers (Boston). Green cloth boards with gilded bear motif on front cover. Includes the poems "Arizonian" "With Walker in Nicaragua" "Californian" "The Last Taschastas" "Ina" "The Tale of the Tall Alcalde" "Kit Carson's Ride" "Burns and Byron" "Myrrh" "Even So"...
Topics: Joaquin Miller, poetry, Cincinnati's Heine Miller, filibuster, William Walker, Filibuster War,...
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Jul 23, 2022 La Petite Illustration
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A single issue, in wraps, of La Petite Illustration , the weekly fiction-and-theater supplement to  L'Illustration . This is No. 64, of May 23, 1914. The majority of the issue not taken up by advertisements and letters contains the second serialized portion of the novel Le Démon de Midi by Paul Bourget. Scanned at 600dpi, 24-bit color, deskewed algorithmically and then manually cropped to an identical page size throughout. Some staining and postal stamps on the covers might interfere with OCR...
Topics: French, magazine, fiction, theater, in wraps
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Jul 20, 2022 Charles Lederer
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The book Drawing Made Easy: A Book That Can Teach You How to Draw , originally 1913, this the 1930 edition. By Charles Lederer (Founder, Lederer School of Drawing; book, magazine and newspaper illustrator; artist-author of "The Junior Cartoonist" and other juvenile books). Illustrated by the author. Published Hall & McCreary Company (Chicago). Scanned at 600dpi, 24-bit color, then algorithmically deskewed and manually cropped to identical page sizes throughout.
Topics: art instruction, drawing, lessons, Charles Lederer, illustration, sketching
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Jul 20, 2022 Jedediah Barber (and others)
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Two related documents: Catalogue of the Officers and Students of Cortland Academy, Homer, N.Y., for the Academic Year 1865–’66. [Program for] Forty-Seventh Anniversary, Cortland Academy, Homer, N.Y. Thursday, June 28th, 1866. In both cases there were some flowers pressed between the pages, which have produced stains over the years, and may affect OCR quality. Scanned at 600dpi, 24-bit color, then algorithmically deskewed and manually cropped to a fixed page size.
Topics: Cortland Academy, Homer New York, academia, college catalog, local history, Americana, genealogy
Single issue, in wraps, of The Atheneum, or Spirit of English Literature and Fashion , from December 15, 1831. Whole number 378, Volume II, No. 6 (fourth series). Published bimonthly in Boston by Kane & Co. Includes an engraving of Rousseau's Tomb. Scanned at 600dpi, 24-bit color, algorithmically deskewed, then cropped to fit a standard page size throughout.
Topics: Americana, magazine, fiction, nonfiction, engravings
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Jul 18, 2022 William Whitelock Lloyd
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A rather dingy copy of Sketches of Indian Life , by William Whitelock Lloyd, published by Chapman & Hall, Ltd (London), 1890. Lithographs printed (in Holland) by Emrik & Binger, 217 Berners Street, London. A portfolio of 18 color chromolithographs (counting the title page), printed on one side of heavy cardstock, captioned in situ  by the artist. This copy has had a hard life, with a great deal of grime on the covers and first few pages, but many plates are quite clean. The book was...
Topics: colonialism, chromolithographs, India, British India, oversized, color plates, portfolio
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Jul 17, 2022 Federal Schools, Inc. (Minneapolis, MN)
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Single issue, in wraps, of The Federal Illustrator , from April/May 1918. Published by the Federal Schools, Inc., a remote art instruction institution, it features a number of articles on [remote] academic life and personal development, examples and ideas for illustrations, and a competition. Also included is a 1-page scan if an insert found in the issue, describing a "Proposed Enrollment Contest". Scanned at 600 dpi, 24-bit color, deskewed and cropped to identical image sizes.
Topics: magazine, illustration, drawing, correspondence school, cartooning, posters, graphic arts
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Jul 17, 2022 The Yachting Monthly
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Single issue, in wraps, of The Yachting Monthly and Marine Motor Magazine , Volume 23, No. 136. UK periodical. Numerous advertising pages, some from the publisher, in frontmatter. Appears complete. Includes pp. 193–240 and frontis plate. Scanned at 600dpi, 24-bit color, then deskewed and cropped to identical page image sizes.
Topics: magazine, sailing, marine vessels, navigation, trade journal, engineering
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Jul 16, 2022 Signs of the Times Publishing Company (Cincinnati, Ohio)
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Single issue, in wraps, of Signs of the Times: The National Journal of Display Advertising , October 1933. Trade journal of commercial sign painters, graphic artists, and (in a vast majority) neon and other illuminated sign makers and designers.  Scanned at 600dpi, 24-bit color, then deskewed and cropped to a single size. The margins were tight originally, and the tight binding and some marginal damage eroded the available gutter and margin space; as a result, the pages are cropped very...
Topics: advertising, sign painting, Great Depression, trade journal, magazine, graphic arts, art deco,...
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Jul 15, 2022 Blairsville Female Seminary
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Catalogue of the Blairsville Ladies' Seminar, in Blairsville, Indiana County, Pennsylvania, for the year ending June 1866. Including lists of Officers and Teachers (and a number of visiting teachers), students by name and home town, aims and principles of the institution, and fee schedule. Scanned at 600dpi, 24-bit color, then straightened algorithmically and cropped to a single page size. 
Topics: Blairsville Pennsylvania, Blairsville Female Seminary, Americana, Academic life, genealogy data
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Jul 15, 2022 Students of Cornell University
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A single issue, in wraps, or  The Widow , the Cornell University student magazine. Published for January 17, 1924 (the "Leap Year Issue"). The centerfold (pp 24–25) has been scanned as a single image and separated to preserve the PDF size, resulting in some extra whitespace on the recto page image. Many hand-lettered illustrations and titles, which may affect OCR quality. Scanned at 600dpi in 24-bit color, straightened and cropped to identical page sizes.
Topics: college humor, magazine, 1920s, advertising, Cornell University
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Figure Construction: A Brief Treatise on Drawing the Human Figure for Art Students, Costume Designers, and Teachers, with Illustrations of Four-minute Drawings by Students, supplemented by Photographs and Drawings by the Old Masters , by Alon Bement (Director of the Maryland Institute, Baltimore; formerly Assistant Professor of Fine Arts, Teachers College, Columbia University), 1921. Published by the Gregg Publishing Company (New York). Foreword by Arthur Wesley Dow. Scanned at 600dpi, 24-bit...
Topics: art instruction, figure drawing, portraiture, sketching, basic anatomy, Alon Bement, life drawing,...
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Jul 11, 2022 American Slav Congress
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Published by The American Slav Congress, this is a single issue (in original covers) of The Slavic American: A Quarterly , for Winter 1947. Authors include Louis Adamic, Thomas Bell, S. Garbuzov, Abner Green, E. Konecky, Alvena Seckar,  Marie Seton, Lyla Y. Slocum, M. Vladimirova, Ilene Vlahov, and Ella Winter. 64pp plus covers, scanned at 600 dpi in 24-bit color. There is a slight bug with the crops, which does not affect the text.
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Common Please, and Other Courts, from Trinity Term, 49 Geo. III. 1809, to Easter Term, 50 Geo. III. 1810, Both Inclusive. With Tables of the Cases and Principle Matters. Volume II.  342 scanned images, numbered not by page but by case (in the margins). Disbound volume (lacking covers and front endpapers). Includes Table of the names of the cases reported in this volume Cases argued and determined in the Court of Common Pleas, and...
Topics: English Law, court cases, Georgian history, law, lawsuits
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Jul 8, 2022 Samuel G. Goodrich
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Single issue, in wraps, of  Merry's Museum & Parley's Magazine , edited by Samuel Griswold Goodrich (and others). Volume 25, No. 6; June, 1853. "The Artist" engraving and text "Balloon Travels" (continued from previous issue) "The History of Little Muck" (continued from an earlier issue) "Curious Scene" "Love of Home" various short filler pieces and aphorisms "Charlie White and the Pea-nuts" "Riddle" (poem)...
Topics: magazine, Samuel Griswold Goodrich, children's literature, wood engravings
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Jul 7, 2022 Samuel G. Goodrich
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Single issue, in wraps, of Merry's Museum & Parley's Magazine , edited by Samuel Griswold Goodrich (and others). Volume 25, No. 5; May, 1853. Frontis portraying Strasburg [ sic ] Cathedral Engraved portrait and biography of Francis Bacon "The Studio" "Truth and Error" (poem) "Balloon Travels" (continued from previous issue) "The Lost Day" (poem) various short filler items "The Purchases" "King Gordius" "The Codfish"...
Topics: magazine, Samuel Griswold Goodrich, children's literature, wood engravings
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Jul 7, 2022 Gordon W. Allport and Leo Postman
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The Psychology of Rumor  by Gordon W. Allport (Professor of Psychology, Harvard) and Leo Postman (Instructor of Psychology, Harvard). July 1948 printing from Henry Holt & Company. Contents: Rumor in Wartime Why Rumors Circulate Testimony and Recall An Experimental Approach Results of the Experiments: Leveling and Sharpening Results of the Experiments: Assimilation Results of the Experiments: Concluded The Basic Pattern of Distortion Rumor and Society The Analysis of Rumor Bibliography...
Topics: sociology, propaganda, social contagion, cultural dynamics, experimental psychology, racism,...
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Jul 6, 2022 Editions du Griffon (Neuchâtel)
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A collection of eighteen articles by various authors, in multiple languages, concerning modern logic, reprinted from a special double issue of the review journal  Dialectica  (1958). Contents include "Uber die Beziehung zwischen striker und strenger Implikation" by W. Ackermann "« Cogito ergo sum » raisonnement ou intuition?" by E. W. Beth "Beobachtungssprache und theoretische Sprache" by R. Carnap "Calculuses and formal systems" by H. B. Curry...
Topics: Formal logic, scholarly papers, mathematics, philosophy, Paul Bernays, Wilhelm Ackermann, Evert...
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Jul 5, 2022 Margaret L. Bailey
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The Friend of Youth , a monthly newspaper/magazine for children, published by Mrs. Margaret L. Bailey in Washington, D.C. in June, 1852. Volume III, Number 32. Not bound (as published), 8pp, which were folded in storage and which still retain some rumpling of the heavy rag paper that may interfere with OCR slightly.
Topics: magazine, children's literature, antebellum, Americana, Margaret L. Bailey
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Jul 3, 2022 American Tract Society
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The Child's Paper , a monthly Christian children's magazine published by the "American Tract Society in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, and New Orleans," single issue (as published) of December, 1866. Four folio pages printed on a single sheet, untrimmed and folded, as it was mailed to subscribers (I assume). I've cropped the page scans for consistency across the several individual issues I have scanned. Scans at 600dpi, 24-bit color.
Topics: Magazine, American Tract Society, Protestantism, didactic literature, Americana
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Jul 3, 2022 American Tract Society
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The Child's Paper , a monthly Christian children's magazine published by the "American Tract Society in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, and New Orleans," single issue (as published) of November, 1866. Four folio pages printed on a single sheet, untrimmed and folded, as it was mailed to subscribers (I assume). I've cropped the page scans for consistency across the several individual issues I have scanned. Scans at 600dpi, 24-bit color.
Topics: Magazine, American Tract Society, Protestantism, didactic literature, Americana
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Jul 3, 2022 American Tract Society
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The Child's Paper , a monthly Christian children's magazine published by the "American Tract Society in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, and New Orleans," single issue (as published) of October, 1866. Four folio pages printed on a single sheet, untrimmed and folded, as it was mailed to subscribers (I assume). I've cropped the page scans for consistency across the several individual issues I have scanned. Scans at 600dpi, 24-bit color.
Topics: Magazine, American Tract Society, Protestantism, didactic literature, Americana
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Jul 3, 2022 American Tract Society
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The Child's Paper , a monthly Christian children's magazine published by the "American Tract Society in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, and New Orleans," single issue (as published) of August, 1866. Four folio pages printed on a single sheet, untrimmed and folded, as it was mailed to subscribers (I assume). I've cropped the page scans for consistency across the several individual issues I have scanned. Scans at 600dpi, 24-bit color.
Topics: Magazine, American Tract Society, Protestantism, didactic literature, Americana
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Jul 3, 2022 American Tract Society
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The Child's Paper , a monthly Christian children's magazine published by the "American Tract Society in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, and New Orleans," single issue (as published) of June, 1866. Four folio pages printed on a single sheet, untrimmed and folded, as it was mailed to subscribers (I assume). I've cropped the page scans for consistency across the several individual issues I have scanned. Scans at 600dpi, 24-bit color.
Topics: Magazine, American Tract Society, Protestantism, didactic literature, Americana
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Jul 2, 2022 American Tract Society
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The Child's Paper , a monthly Christian children's magazine published by the "American Tract Society in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, and New Orleans," single issue (as published) of March, 1866. Four folio pages printed on a single sheet, untrimmed and folded, as it was mailed to subscribers (I assume). I've cropped the page scans for consistency across the several individual issues I have scanned. Scans at 600dpi, 24-bit color.
Topics: Magazine, American Tract Society, Protestantism, didactic literature, Americana
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Jul 2, 2022 American Tract Society
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The Child's Paper , a monthly Christian children's magazine published by the "American Tract Society in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, and New Orleans," single issue (as published) of January, 1866. Four folio pages printed on a single sheet, untrimmed and folded, as it was mailed to subscribers (I assume). I've cropped the page scans for consistency across the several individual issues I have scanned. Scans at 600dpi, 24-bit color.
Topics: Magazine, American Tract Society, Protestantism, didactic literature, Americana
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Jul 2, 2022 American Tract Society
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The Child's Paper , a monthly Christian children's magazine published by the "American Tract Society in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, and New Orleans," single issue (as published) of September, 1865. Four folio pages printed on a single sheet, untrimmed and folded, as it was mailed to subscribers (I assume). I've cropped the page scans for consistency across the several individual issues I have scanned. Scans at 600dpi, 24-bit color.
Topics: Magazine, American Tract Society, Protestantism, didactic literature, Americana
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Jun 30, 2022 American Tract Society
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The Child's Paper , a monthly Christian children's magazine published by the "American Tract Society in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, and New Orleans," single issue (as published) of January, 1865. Four folio pages printed on a single sheet, untrimmed and folded, as it was mailed to subscribers (I assume). I've cropped the page scans for consistency across the several individual issues I have scanned. Scans at 600dpi, 24-bit color.
Topics: Magazine, American Tract Society, Protestantism, didactic literature, Americana
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Jun 28, 2022 American Tract Society
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The Child's Paper , a monthly Christian children's magazine published by the "American Tract Society in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, and New Orleans," single issue (as published) of September, 1864. Four folio pages printed on a single sheet, untrimmed and folded, as it was mailed to subscribers (I assume). I've cropped the page scans for consistency across the several individual issues I have scanned. Scans at 600dpi, 24-bit color.
Topics: Magazine, American Tract Society, Protestantism, didactic literature, Americana
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Jun 28, 2022 American Tract Society
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The Child's Paper , a monthly Christian children's magazine published by the "American Tract Society in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, and New Orleans," single issue (as published) of November, 1863 Four folio pages printed on a single sheet, untrimmed and folded, as it was mailed to subscribers (I assume). I've cropped the page scans for consistency across the several individual issues I have scanned. Scans at 600dpi, 24-bit color.
Topics: Magazine, American Tract Society, Protestantism, didactic literature, Americana
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Jun 28, 2022 American Tract Society
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The Child's Paper , a monthly Christian children's magazine published by the "American Tract Society in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, and New Orleans," single issue (as published) of August, 1863. Four folio pages printed on a single sheet, untrimmed and folded, as it was mailed to subscribers (I assume). I've cropped the page scans for consistency across the several individual issues I have scanned. Scans at 600dpi, 24-bit color.
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Jun 28, 2022 American Tract Society
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The Child's Paper , a monthly Christian children's magazine published by the "American Tract Society in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, and New Orleans," single issue (as published) of May, 1863. Four folio pages printed on a single sheet, untrimmed and folded, as it was mailed to subscribers (I assume). I've cropped the page scans for consistency across the several individual issues I have scanned. Scans at 600dpi, 24-bit color.
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Jun 28, 2022 American Tract Society
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The Child's Paper , a monthly Christian children's magazine published by the "American Tract Society in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, and New Orleans," single issue (as published) of December, 1861 Four folio pages printed on a single sheet, untrimmed and folded, as it was mailed to subscribers (I assume). I've cropped the page scans for consistency across the several individual issues I have scanned. Scans at 600dpi, 24-bit color.
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Jun 27, 2022 Luther Tucker (Albany, NY)
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The Country Gentleman: A Journal for the Farm, the Garden, and the Fireside , Volume 2, No. 21 (whole number47); November 24, 1853. An agricultural journal published weekly by one Luther Tucker of Albany, NY (also publisher of the monthly  The Cultivator ). 16pp, disbound but complete. Badly foxed, and tattered, but scanned in 24-bit color at 600dpi in hopes a manual transcription will be possible if OCR is not.
Topics: magazine, agriculture, upstate New York, Americana, Albany, farming, weekly
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Jun 27, 2022 Luther Tucker (Albany, NY)
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The Country Gentleman: A Journal for the Farm, the Garden, and the Fireside , Volume 2, No. 16 (whole number 42); October 20, 1853. An agricultural journal published weekly by one Luther Tucker of Albany, NY (also publisher of the monthly  The Cultivator ). 16pp, disbound but complete. Badly foxed, and tattered, but scanned in 24-bit color at 600dpi in hopes a manual transcription will be possible if OCR is not.
Topics: magazine, agriculture, upstate New York, Americana, Albany, farming, weekly
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Jun 27, 2022 Luther Tucker (Albany, NY)
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The Country Gentleman: A Journal for the Farm, the Garden, and the Fireside , Volume 1, No. 26; June 30, 1853. An agricultural journal published weekly by one Luther Tucker of Albany, NY (also publisher of the monthly  The Cultivator ). 16pp, disbound but complete. Badly foxed, and tattered, but scanned in 24-bit color at 600dpi in hopes a manual transcription will be possible if OCR is not.
Topics: magazine, agriculture, upstate New York, Americana, Albany, farming, weekly
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Jun 26, 2022 Luther Tucker (Albany, NY)
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The Country Gentleman: A Journal for the Farm, the Garden, and the Fireside , Volume 1, No. 23; June 9, 1853. An agricultural journal published weekly by one Luther Tucker of Albany, NY (also publisher of the monthly The Cultivator ). 16pp, disbound but complete. Badly foxed, and tattered, but scanned in 24-bit color at 600dpi in hopes a manual transcription will be possible if OCR is not.
Topics: magazine, agriculture, upstate New York, Americana, Albany, farming, weekly
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Jun 19, 2022 Echo Music Company (Lafayette, Indiana)
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The Echo Magazine: A Music Journal  published by the Echo Music Company of Lafayette, Indiana (editors J. F. Kinsey & J. E. Pauley). Monthly magazine, with two to four pages (a single sheet?) in each issue printed with a rainbow smear of colored inks in an eye-catching way. Includes a good deal of advertising, particularly for what seems to be the Normal School method of music teacher training, some pages of sheet music, a number of tight-set articles, letters and essays, and a good deal...
Topics: Magazine, Indiana, Music Publisher, Normal School, Sheet Music, Home Education, Color Printing,...
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Jun 19, 2022 Echo Music Company (Lafayette, Indiana)
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The Echo Magazine: A Music Journal  published by the Echo Music Company of Lafayette, Indiana (editors J. F. Kinsey & J. E. Pauley). Monthly magazine, with two to four pages (a single sheet?) in each issue printed with a rainbow smear of colored inks in an eye-catching way. Includes a good deal of advertising, particularly for what seems to be the Normal School method of music teacher training, some pages of sheet music, a number of tight-set articles, letters and essays, and a good deal...
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Jun 19, 2022 Echo Music Company (Lafayette, Indiana)
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The Echo Magazine: A Music Journal  published by the Echo Music Company of Lafayette, Indiana (editors J. F. Kinsey & J. E. Pauley). Monthly magazine, with two to four pages (a single sheet?) in each issue printed with a rainbow smear of colored inks in an eye-catching way. Includes a good deal of advertising, particularly for what seems to be the Normal School method of music teacher training, some pages of sheet music, a number of tight-set articles, letters and essays, and a good deal...
Topics: Magazine, Indiana, Music Publisher, Normal School, Sheet Music, Home Education, Color Printing,...
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Jun 18, 2022 Echo Music Company (Lafayette, Indiana)
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The Echo Magazine: A Music Journal published by the Echo Music Company of Lafayette, Indiana (editors J. F. Kinsey & J. E. Pauley). Monthly magazine, with two to four pages (a single sheet?) in each issue printed with a rainbow smear of colored inks in an eye-catching way. Includes a good deal of advertising, particularly for what seems to be the Normal School method of music teacher training, some pages of sheet music, a number of tight-set articles, letters and essays, and a good deal of...
Topics: Magazine, Indiana, Music Publisher, Normal School, Sheet Music, Home Education, Color Printing,...
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Jun 13, 2022 P.S. Wynkoop & Son (publisher)
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Legends and Poetry of the Hudson , published by P.S. Wynkoop & Son (108 Fulton Street, New York), by various anonymous authors. Hardcover small octavo book, brown cloth boards.  This particular volume had gotten dangerously damp at some point, and apparently professional repairs were undertaken (many decades ago). Several early pages, including the title page, were very tightly re-glued as part of the repair, making nondestructive scanning a challenge. As a result, the cropped page scans...
Topics: Hudson River Valley, Americana, Folklore, Local History, Native Americans, Colonial America, Poetry
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Jun 12, 2022 American Tract Society
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The Child's Paper , a monthly Christian children's magazine published by the "American Tract Society in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, and New Orleans," single issue (as published) of November, 1861 Four folio pages printed on a single sheet, untrimmed and folded, as it was mailed to subscribers (I assume). I've cropped the page scans for consistency across the several individual issues I have scanned. Scans at 600dpi, 24-bit color.
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Jun 12, 2022 American Tract Society
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The Child's Paper , a monthly Christian children's magazine published by the "American Tract Society in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, and New Orleans," single issue (as published) of October, 1861 Four folio pages printed on a single sheet, untrimmed and folded, as it was mailed to subscribers (I assume). I've cropped the pages to 9.25" x 13.25" for consistency across the several individual issues I have scanned. Scans at 600dpi, 24-bit color.
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Jun 12, 2022 American Tract Society
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The Child's Paper , a monthly Christian children's magazine published by the "American Tract Society in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, and New Orleans," single issue (as published) of September, 1861 Four folio pages printed on a single sheet, untrimmed and folded, as it was mailed to subscribers (I assume). I've cropped the pages to 9.25" x 13.25" for consistency across the several individual issues I have scanned. Scans at 600dpi, 24-bit color.
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Jun 12, 2022 American Tract Society
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The Child's Paper , a monthly Christian children's magazine published by the "American Tract Society in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, and New Orleans," single issue (as published) of August, 1861 Four folio pages printed on a single sheet, untrimmed and folded, as it was mailed to subscribers (I assume). I've cropped the pages to 9.25" x 13.25" for consistency across the several individual issues I have scanned. Scans at 600dpi, 24-bit color.
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Jun 12, 2022 American Tract Society
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The Child's Paper , a monthly Christian children's magazine published by the "American Tract Society in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, and New Orleans," single issue (as published) of July, 1861 Four folio pages printed on a single sheet, untrimmed and folded, as it was mailed to subscribers (I assume). I've cropped the pages to 9.25" x 13.25" for consistency across the several individual issues I have scanned. Scans at 600dpi, 24-bit color.
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Jun 12, 2022 American Tract Society
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The Child's Paper , a monthly Christian children's magazine published by the "American Tract Society in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, and New Orleans," single issue (as published) of June, 1861 Four folio pages printed on a single sheet, untrimmed and folded, as it was mailed to subscribers (I assume). I've cropped the pages to 9.25" x 13.25" for consistency across the several individual issues I have scanned. Scans at 600dpi, 24-bit color.
Topics: Magazine, American Tract Society, Protestantism, didactic literature, Americana
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Jun 10, 2022 American Tract Society
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The Child's Paper , a monthly Christian children's magazine published by the "American Tract Society in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, and New Orleans," single issue (as published) of May, 1861 Four folio pages printed on a single sheet, untrimmed and folded, as it was mailed to subscribers (I assume). I've cropped the pages to 9.25" x 13.25" for consistency across the several individual issues I have scanned. Scans at 600dpi, 24-bit color.
Topics: Magazine, American Tract Society, Protestantism, didactic literature, Americana
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Jun 10, 2022 American Tract Society
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The Child's Paper , a monthly Christian children's magazine published by the "American Tract Society in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, and New Orleans," single issue (as published) of April, 1861 Four folio pages printed on a single sheet, untrimmed and folded, as it was mailed to subscribers (I assume). I've cropped the pages to 9.25" x 13.25" for consistency across the several individual issues I have scanned. Scans at 600dpi, 24-bit color.
Topics: Magazine, American Tract Society, Protestantism, didactic literature, Americana
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Jun 10, 2022 American Tract Society
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The Child's Paper , a monthly Christian children's magazine published by the "American Tract Society in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, and New Orleans," single issue (as published) of March, 1861 Four folio pages printed on a single sheet, untrimmed and folded, as it was mailed to subscribers (I assume). I've cropped the pages to 9.25" x 13.25" for consistency across the several individual issues I have scanned. Scans at 600dpi, 24-bit color.
Topics: Magazine, American Tract Society, Protestantism, didactic literature, Americana
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Jun 10, 2022 American Tract Society
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The Child's Paper , a monthly Christian children's magazine published by the "American Tract Society in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, and New Orleans," single issue (as published) of February, 1861 Four folio pages printed on a single sheet, untrimmed and folded, as it was mailed to subscribers (I assume). I've cropped the pages to 9.25" x 13.25" for consistency across the several individual issues I have scanned. Scans at 600dpi, 24-bit color.
Topics: Magazine, American Tract Society, Protestantism, didactic literature, Americana
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Jun 5, 2022 American Tract Society
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The Child's Paper , a monthly Christian children's magazine published by the "American Tract Society in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, and New Orleans," single issue (as published) of December, 1857 Four folio pages printed on a single folded sheet, untrimmed and folded, as it was mailed to subscribers (I assume). I've cropped the pages to 9.25" x 13.25" for consistency across the several individual issues I have scanned. Scans at 600dpi, 24-bit color.
Topics: Magazine, American Tract Society, Protestantism, didactic literature, Americana
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Jun 5, 2022 American Tract Society
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The Child's Paper , a monthly Christian children's magazine published by the "American Tract Society in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, and New Orleans," single issue (as published) of October, 1857 Four folio pages printed on a single folded sheet, untrimmed and folded, as it was mailed to subscribers (I assume). I've cropped the pages to 9.25" x 13.25" for consistency across the several individual issues I have scanned. Scans at 600dpi, 24-bit color.
Topics: Magazine, American Tract Society, Protestantism, didactic literature, Americana
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Jun 3, 2022 American Tract Society
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The Child's Paper , a monthly Christian children's magazine published by the "American Tract Society in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, and New Orleans," single issue (as published) of September, 1857 Four folio pages printed on a single folded sheet, untrimmed and folded, as it was mailed to subscribers (I assume). I've cropped the pages to 9.25" x 13.25" for consistency across the several individual issues I have scanned. Scans at 600dpi, 24-bit...
Topics: Magazine, American Tract Society, Protestantism, didactic literature, Americana
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Jun 2, 2022 American Tract Society
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The Child's Paper , a monthly Christian children's magazine published by the "American Tract Society in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, and New Orleans," single issue (as published) of July, 1857 Four folio pages printed on a single folded sheet, untrimmed and folded, as it was mailed to subscribers (I assume). I've cropped the pages to 9.25" x 13.25" for consistency across the several individual issues I have scanned. Scans at 600dpi, 24-bit color.
Topics: Magazine, American Tract Society, Protestantism, didactic literature, Americana
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Jun 2, 2022 Bridgeport Brass Company
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A softcover booklet entitled  Seven Centuries of Brass Making , published by the Bridgeport Brass Company (Bridgeport, Connecticut) in 1920. Dark, nearly black cover paper, decorated on the front in metallic inks, and illustrated throughout with photos of industrial processing in the factory and technical texts. Probably intended as a description, for investors, of their new furnace technology. Subtitled "A brief history of the art of Brass Making and its early (and even recent) method of...
Topics: Bridgeport Brass Company, Investor Brochure, Metallurgy, Engineering, Industrial Processes
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May 31, 2022 Crowell Publishing Company
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The Woman's Home Companion magazine, in original wraps.  Published by the Crowell Publishing Company of Springfield Ohio (originally), this issue features short fiction, full-page artistic illustrations, fashions of the day, and a two-page center spread of "The Great Work of the Presbyterian Church of America" which is about... buildings? Scanned at 600 dpi, 24-bit color. Cropped to 10.5 x 15.5 inches.
Topics: Magazine, Crowell Publishing Company, Women's Magazines, Progressive Era, Short Stories, Fashion,...
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May 30, 2022 American Tract Society
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The Child's Paper , a monthly Christian children's magazine published by the "American Tract Society in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, and New Orleans," single issue (as published) of June, 1857 Four folio pages printed on a single folded sheet, untrimmed and folded, as it was mailed to subscribers (I assume). I've cropped the pages to 9.25" x 13.25" for consistency across the several individual issues I have scanned. Scans at 600dpi, 24-bit color.
Topics: Magazine, American Tract Society, Protestantism, didactic literature, Americana
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May 29, 2022 American Tract Society
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The Child's Paper , a monthly Christian children's magazine published by the "American Tract Society in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, and New Orleans," single issue (as published) of May, 1857 Four folio pages printed on a single folded sheet, untrimmed and folded, as it was mailed to subscribers (I assume). I've cropped the pages to 9.25" x 13.25" for consistency across the several individual issues I have scanned. Scans at 600dpi, 24-bit color.
Topics: Magazine, American Tract Society, Protestantism, didactic literature, Americana
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May 28, 2022 E. R. Hudders
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Indexing and Filing: A Manual of Standard Practice , by E. R. Hudders, Member American Institutbe of Accountants and American Statistical Association. Published by The Ronald Press Company, New York, 1919. Hardcover octavo volume in green boookcloth. Scanned at 600dpi 24-bit color on a Plustek 4800 book scanner.
Topics: Office Work, Business, Information Science, Monograph, Instruction, Databases, Filing, Indexing
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May 28, 2022 American Tract Society
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The Child's Paper , a monthly Christian children's magazine published by the "American Tract Society in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, and New Orleans," single issue (as published) of April, 1857 Four folio pages printed on a single folded sheet, untrimmed and folded, as it was mailed to subscribers (I assume). I've cropped the pages to 9.25" x 13.25" for consistency across the several individual issues I have scanned. Scans at 600dpi, 24-bit color.
Topics: Magazine, American Tract Society, Protestantism, didactic literature, Americana
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May 27, 2022 American Tract Society
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The Child's Paper , a monthly Christian children's magazine published by the "American Tract Society in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, and New Orleans," single issue (as published) of March, 1857 Four folio pages printed on a single folded sheet, untrimmed and folded, as it was mailed to subscribers (I assume). I've cropped the pages to 9.25" x 13.25" for consistency across the several individual issues I have scanned. Scans at 600dpi, 24-bit color.
Topics: American Tract Society, magazine, Protestantism, didactic literature, Americana
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May 27, 2022 American Tract Society
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The Child's Paper , a monthly Christian children's magazine published by the "American Tract Society in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, and New Orleans," from February, 1857. Four folio pages printed on a single folded sheet, untrimmed and folded, as it was mailed to subscribers (I assume). I've cropped the pages to 9.25" x 13.25" for consistency across the several individual issues I have scanned. Scans at 600dpi, 24-bit color.
Topics: American Tract Society, Magazine, Protestantism, didactic literature, Americana
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May 27, 2022 American Tract Society
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The Child's Paper , a monthly Christian children's magazine published by the "American Tract Society in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, and New Orleans," single issue (as published) of January, 1857 Four folio pages printed on a single folded sheet, untrimmed and folded, as it was mailed to subscribers (I assume). I've cropped the pages to 9.25" x 13.25" for consistency across the several individual issues I have scanned. Scans at 600dpi, 24-bit color.
Topics: American Tract Society, magazine, Protestantism, didactic literature, Americana
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May 26, 2022 Charles Hyatt-Woolf
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The Optical Dictionary: An Optical and Ophthalmological Glossary of English Terms, Symbols and Abbreviations, together with the English Equivalents of some French and German Terms , edited by Charles Hyatt-Woolf, F.R.P.S. Published by P. Blakiston's Son & Co., 1012 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, 1904
Topics: Opticians, Medical Dictionary, Ophthalmology, Reference, Public Domain
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May 25, 2022 Photoplay Publishing Company (Chicago)
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_Photoplay Magazine: The National Movie Publication_, issue of August 1917, in original wraps. The covers are quite damaged, and cropped at bit tight. The text appears to be missing (either in printing or the intervening century) one of the unnumbered leaves in the range of pp10–20, featuring movie star portraits.  Scanning (on a Plustek book scanner) was difficult given the thickness of the number, without disbinding the magazine or breaking the original rusted staples, so there are several...
Topics: Photoplay, Magazine, Motion Pictures, Celebrities, Movie Stars
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May 25, 2022 Ara Warren & Co. (Bangor, Maine)
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Pamphlet entitled _Man: "Know then thyself / Presume not God to scan / The proper study of mankind / Is man."_, undated (but probably around 1891, given those are the latest dates appearing within). Searching Worldcat.org suggests this was published by Ara Warren & Co., of Bangor, Maine, as an advertisement for Brown's Sarsaparilla patent medicines . There is no printer's mark or colophon visible. 32pp in original gray-green paper wraps. The registration is in many places askew,...
Topics: Brown's Sarsaparilla, Patent Medicine, Advertising, Medical Advice, History of Medicine, Drugs,...
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May 25, 2022 Socialist Publishing Company (Kearney, Nebraska)
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Complete scan of the October, 1900 issue of  The Bellamy Review , in original wraps. Published by the Socialist Publishing Company of Kearney, Nebraska.
Topics: Edward Bellamy, Socialism, American political movements, Progressive Era, Women's Suffrage
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May 24, 2022 Manilal Nabhubhai Dvivedi
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The Yoga-Sutra of Patanjali (Translation, with Introduction, Appendix, and Notes based upon several authentic commentaries)  by Manilal Nabhubhai Dvivedi, Sometime Professor of Sanskrta, Sâmaladâsa College. Published by Tookárám Tátyá for the Bombay Philosophical Publication Fund. Printed at the "Tattva-Vivechaka" printing press. Undated, probably 1890 first printing. Bookplate from The "Clothiers" Forest Tavern, Natural Bridge, Va. Includes four-page red paper...
Topics: yoga, Sanskrit, Bombay Theosophical Publishing Fund
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May 22, 2022 Tobias Watkins for the Columbian Institute
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Anniversary Discourse Delivered Before the Columbian Institute on the 7th January, 1826 by Tobias Watkins. Individual transcript, printed for the Columbian Institute by Davis & Force (Franklin's Head), Pennsylvania Avenue, 1826, in plain blue wraps (missing here).
Topics: Columbian Institute, Tobias Watkins, Commemorative Address, Americana, Washington DC, lectures
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Feb 3, 2022 Theodore Presser Company
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Complete scan of the January 1920 issue of  The Etude: Presser's Musical Magazine , in original wraps. Includes pages 1–72, plus covers and advertising wraps. This particular issue was printed and bound quite askew, so some voids remain at the fore-edge despite cropping and deskewing after the pages were scanned. 
Topics: music instruction, piano instruction, violin instruction, sheet music, F. Keats, E. F. Laubin, A....
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Jan 31, 2022 David Williams Company
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Complete scan of the January 20, 1900 issue of The Metal Worker, A Journal of the Stove, Roofing Cornice, Tin, Plumbing and Heating Trades.   In original wraps. 72pp, including front cover.
Topics: metalwork, building trades, trade magazine, labor history, material culture, interior design, labor...
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Jan 30, 2022 Theodore Presser Company
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Complete scan of the May 1920 issue of  The Etude: Presser's Musical Magazine , in original wraps. Includes pages 289–360, plus covers.
Topics: music instruction, piano instruction, violin instruction, sheet music, F. Keats, B. R. Anthony, M....
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Jan 29, 2022 Theodore Presser Company
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Complete scan of the February 1920 issue of  The Etude: Presser's Musical Magazine , in original wraps. Includes pages 73–144, plus covers.
Topics: music instruction, piano instruction, violin instruction, sheet music, L. Strickland, W. A....
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Jan 29, 2022 Theodore Presser Company
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Complete scan of the September 1921 issue of The Etude: Presser's Musical Magazine , in original wraps. Includes pages 553–624, plus covers.
Topics: music instruction, piano instruction, violin instruction, sheet music, M. L. Preston, H. Pabst, C....