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Accidents in North American Mountaineering including Canada and The United States: Eleven Issues (some duplicates)
New York, The American Alpine Club. First Editions. Paperbound, 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. Mountaineering, Eleven booklets, date and condition as noted. Annual Reports of the Safety Committee of the American Alpine Club: 1968: 21st, blue wraps, VG with slight spine fade, ownership label inside front cover; 1969: 22nd, red wraps, small incipient crease front cover, ownership label inside front cover; 1970: 23rd , green wraps, slight edge fade, ownership label inside front cover; 1971: 24th, red wraps, bright and clean with ownership label inside front cover; 1972: 25th, light blue wraps, spine fade, ownership label inside front cover; 1972: 25th, light blue wraps, spine fade, ownership label on outside front cover; 1975: 28th, B&W illustration on sepia-toned paper wraps, small area of surface lift-off, light blue wraps, spine fade, ownership label outside front cover; 1975: 28th, B&W illustration on sepia-toned paper wraps, clean; 1976: 29th, B&W printed illustration on light blue wraps, spine fade, otherwise clean; 1977: 30th, B&W printed illustrations on very pale gray wraps, light edge tone, half-circle stain at fore edge margin of first page, small circle stain in next couple of pages, o/w clean; 1978: Vol. 4 No. 1, Issue 31. B&W illustration on pale green wraps, spine toned, original price label on title page. Price is inclusive for all eleven volumes. MOUNTAINTEERING 4868. Good Condition.
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Keywords: Mountaineering Accidents Climbing Hiking Skiing Outdoor Recreation Disasters

 
Advertisers Covers and Advertisers Laid Leaves.
Holyoke MA, J.W. Butler Paper Co. selling agent. (Products of Advertisers Paper Mills. Paper Bound, 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. Sample Book, Tall 8vo, printed paper wraps. Pages in various colors both printed and unprinted, some with deckled edges; with two stapled sample books attached inside rear cover, one of cover paper (65 and 130 pound) and matching-color leaves (90 lb.) Not dated, probably c. 1930. A little rust at staples on sample books, otherwise VG condition. EPHEM 5773. Rebinding Copy.
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Book number: 5773
USD 35.00 [Appr.: EURO 31.5 | £UK 27.75 | JP 3886]
Keywords: Paper Printing, Sample Book, Specimen Book, Swatch Book, Advertizing, Book Covers, Book Cover Paper, Advertising Paper

 
The Arts of the French Book: 1900-1965.
Texas:, University Press. 1967, First Edition. Hard Cover, 4to - over 9" - 12" (square format). Ill.: Garvey, Eleanor M. and Wick, Peter A. Dallas. Books on Books, Embossed vanilla paper over boards with black cloth spine and silver spine titles, hardcover, in B&W "splatter painted" dust jacket and similar endpapers. 4to, 119 pages. A catalogue published in conjunction with the exhibition at the Dallas Public Library. Black and white and color illustrations. The book is in good condition with a faint ripple to the pages, cover paper toned at edges. The dust jacket is worn at edges and has a short tear at head of spine. BOB 4952. Good Condition/Fair Condition Dust Jacket.
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Keywords: Books Book Arts Making Designing Bookmaking French Printers Publishers Binders, Books on Books Garvey, Eleanor M. And Wick, Peter A. Dallas

 
The Bicentennial of Lithography.
San Francisco, Book Club of California. 1999. Paper Bound, 4to - over 9" - 12". Ill.: B&W Illlustrations. Books on Books, A Keepsake for the Members of the Book Club of California. San Francisco: Book Club of California, 1999. Sm. 4to, stiff yellow wraps, 95 pages with color and B&W illustrations throughout. Cover is letterpress printed with a red, black, and gray illustration of a press. A small bump at bottom edge of front cover and some initial pages VG+ $15. Very Good Plus Condition.
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Book number: 5774
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Keywords: Lithography Printing Books B&W Illlustrations

 
The CALOL-BEAR: Vol II No. I. April, 1930. WESTERN MINING Issue
San Francisco, Standard Oil Company of California. 1930, First Periodical Edition. Paperbound, Small Quarto. Ill.: B&W Photo Illustrations. Ephemera, The Calol-Bear: Issued in the Interest of Correct and Economical Lubrication. By the Lubricating Oil Division of the Standard Oil Company of California, San Francisco: 1930. This issue is devoted to Western Mining and to industrial lubrication as applied to mining equipment and upstream applications. Very nice clear B&W photos of mining process and equipment in action throughout. Paperbound, with bright-colored poster style cover. A little rust confined to staples, otherwise a very clean, sound copy and quite scarce. Ephemera 5591. Very Good Condition.
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Book number: 5591
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Keywords: Oil Standard California Mining Refining Industrial Lubrication Lubricants Equipment Drills Ore Crushers B&W Photo Illustrations

 
Fishing Ephemera: Three Fishing Licences Plus Cardboard Holder
1929, 1930, 1940. Chown Hardware Co. Portland Oregon (147 Fourth Street) printed cardstock pocketed holder (brown) with logo, "Our Tackle Saves Trouble." Contains three licenses for the State of Oregon: 1929 Resident Hunter's-Angler's License, 1930 Resident Angler' s license and 1940 Juvenile Angling License. All are filled out and signed, and VG. Case has light wear, pocket opened on fold at one side. An attractive little piece of Portland and fishing ephemera.
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Book number: 113
USD 25.00 [Appr.: EURO 22.5 | £UK 19.75 | JP 2776]
Keywords: Sports, Fishing, Licenses, Fishing License, Hunting, Ephemera, Portland Oregon, Chown Hardware, Sporting Goods

 
FITTING, SHOWING, AND JUDGING HOGS: Farmer's Bulletin 1455
Washington, D.C. U.S. Government Printing Office. 1926, Revised Edition [from 1925]. Paperbound, 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. Ill.: B&W Photos. Booklet, Self-wraps with B&W photo of hog judging arena on cover. 22 pages illustrated with B&W photos illustrating proper grooming, fitting, and showing techniques, with scorecard for judging. Mostly lard-type hogs illustrated. Light age mellowing to paper, covers show very light aging and wear. Very Good.
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Book number: 1549
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Catalogue: !Agriculture
Keywords: Hogs, Pigs, Swine, Judging Livestock, Fitting Hogs, Showing Hogs, Farming, Agriculture B&W Photos

 
John Winsch Thanksgiving Postcard
1911. Ill.: Chromolithograph Illustration. Listed Postcards, Very nice John Winsch Thanksgiving card, copyright dated 1911 and printied in Germany. Barnyard with turkeys inside an embossed white wreath of corn, printing on the banners in gilt. Postally used with Roslyn WA cancel, 1913. Light wear to edges and corners, otherwise a clean bright card in very good condition. POSTCARD 4639 (shipping charge will be reduced for postcards).
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[Map] Peace River Drainage Basin in the Provinces of Alberta and British Columbia.
Canada, National Resources Development Branch. Presumed First Edition. Unbound, 10 x 4 Inches. Maps: Regional, Peace River Drainage Basin in the Provinces of Alberta and British Columbia. No date, early 1900s. About 19 x2 4 inches, tab on left margin where the map was apparently attached to a book, very clean. Info on back in pencil. Still pretty much crisp and clean. Ephemera 5706. Very Good Condition.
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Book number: 5706
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Keywords: Pace River Drainage Basin Alberta British Columbia Canada Water Resources

 
MOUNT HOOD RAILROAD COMPANY: 1928 Cancelled Check
Hood River Orgon, 1928. Ephemera, Mount Hood Railroad Company: July 1928. Issued at Baker, Oregon by J.W. Pentney, auditor, in the amount of $50.00 to M.A. Romney, Eccles Bldg. (Ogden Utah) and endorsed by hand by M.A. Romney. Rubber stamped and punched cancellation, not affecting signatures. Crisp, clean condition. The Mount Hood Railway Company was established in 1906 to transport men and materials to the logging camps and mills of the Upper Hood River Valley (Oregon) and to transport lumber back down. Eventually area fruit growers also came to depend on the line, and it was a popular means of transportation for locals and tourists. Because three miles of the route is on steep a steep grade the locomotive had to push the train in reverse to negotiate the incline, giving rise to the nickname "The Backwards Railroad." The train, the line, and the 1911 depot have been restored and rides are once again a tourist attraction. EPHEM 2459. Very Good Condition.
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Book number: 2459
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Keywords: Checks, Check, Business Paper, Mount Hood Railroad. Western Americana, Lumber, Timber, Western Railroad, Ephemera, Cancelled Check, Railway, Rr History, Ephemera, Utah, Eccles

 
MOUNT HOOD RAILROAD COMPANY: 1928 Cancelled Check
Hood River Orgon, 1928. Ephemera, Mount Hood Railroad Company: July 1928. Issued at Baker, Oregon by J.W. Pentney, auditor, in the amount of $9.00 to Frankel carbon & Ribbon Co. Denver Colorado. Endorsed by rubber stamp. Rubber stamped and punched cancellations. Crisp, clean condition. The Mount Hood Railway Company was established in 1906 to transport men and materials to the logging camps and mills of the Upper Hood River Valley (Oregon) and to transport lumber back down. Eventually area fruit growers also came to depend on the line, and it was a popular means of transportation for locals and tourists. Because three miles of the route is on steep a steep grade the locomotive had to push the train in reverse to negotiate the incline, giving rise to the nickname "The Backwards Railroad." The train, the line, and the 1911 depot have been restored and rides are once again a tourist attraction. EPHEM 2464. Very Good Condition.
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Book number: 2464
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MOUNT HOOD RAILROAD COMPANY: 1928 Cancelled Check
Hood River Orgon, 1928. Ephemera, Mount Hood Railroad Company: July 1928. Issued at Baker, Oregon by W.J. Eccles "for the Vice President," in the amount of $112.50 to W.J. Eccles (Baker Oregon) and endorsed by hand by W.J. Eccles. Rubber stamped and punched cancellation, not affecting signatures. Crisp, clean condition. The Mount Hood Railway Company was established in 1906 to transport men and materials to the logging camps and mills of the Upper Hood River Valley (Oregon) and to transport lumber back down. Eventually area fruit growers also came to depend on the line, and it was a popular means of transportation for locals and tourists. Because three miles of the route is on steep a steep grade the locomotive had to push the train in reverse to negotiate the incline, giving rise to the nickname "The Backwards Railroad." The train, the line, and the 1911 depot have been restored and rides are once again a tourist attraction. EPHEM 2463. Very Good Condition.
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Book number: 2463
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MOUNT HOOD RAILROAD COMPANY: 1928 Cancelled Check
Hood River Orgon, 1928. Ephemera, Mount Hood Railroad Company: July 1928. Issued at Baker, Oregon by J.W. Pentney, auditor, in the amount of $100.00 to W.J. Eccles (Baker Oregon) and endorsed by hand by W.J. Eccles. Rubber stamped and punched cancellation, not affecting signatures. Crisp, clean condition. The Mount Hood Railway Company was established in 1906 to transport men and materials to the logging camps and mills of the Upper Hood River Valley (Oregon) and to transport lumber back down. Eventually area fruit growers also came to depend on the line, and it was a popular means of transportation for locals and tourists. Because three miles of the route is on steep a steep grade the locomotive had to push the train in reverse to negotiate the incline, giving rise to the nickname "The Backwards Railroad." The train, the line, and the 1911 depot have been restored and rides are once again a tourist attraction. EPHEM 2462. Very Good Condition.
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Book number: 2462
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MOUNT HOOD RAILROAD COMPANY: 1928 Cancelled Check
Hood River Orgon, 1928. Ephemera, Mount Hood Railroad Company: July 1928. Issued at Baker, Oregon by J.W. Pentney, auditor, in the amount of $3.06 to General American Tank Car Corp. Chicago Illinois. Endorsed by rubber stamp. Rubber stamped and punched cancellations. Crisp, clean condition. The Mount Hood Railway Company was established in 1906 to transport men and materials to the logging camps and mills of the Upper Hood River Valley (Oregon) and to transport lumber back down. Eventually area fruit growers also came to depend on the line, and it was a popular means of transportation for locals and tourists. Because three miles of the route is on steep a steep grade the locomotive had to push the train in reverse to negotiate the incline, giving rise to the nickname "The Backwards Railroad." The train, the line, and the 1911 depot have been restored and rides are once again a tourist attraction. EPHEM 2465. Very Good Condition.
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Book number: 2465
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MOUNT HOOD RAILROAD COMPANY: 1928 Cancelled Check
Hood River Orgon, 1928. Ephemera, Mount Hood Railroad Company: July 1928. Issued at Baker, Oregon by J.W. Pentney, auditor, in the amount of $5.35 to B.B. Powell (Hood River, Oregon) and endorsed by hand by B.B. Powell. Punched cancellation, not affecting signatures. Crisp, clean condition. The Mount Hood Railway Company was established in 1906 to transport men and materials to the logging camps and mills of the Upper Hood River Valley (Oregon) and to transport lumber back down. Eventually area fruit growers also came to depend on the line, and it was a popular means of transportation for locals and tourists. Because three miles of the route is on steep a steep grade the locomotive had to push the train in reverse to negotiate the incline, giving rise to the nickname "The Backwards Railroad." The train, the line, and the 1911 depot have been restored and rides are once again a tourist attraction. EPHEM 2458. Very Good Condition.
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MOUNT HOOD RAILROAD COMPANY: 1928 Cancelled Check
Hood River Orgon, 1928. Ephemera, Mount Hood Railroad Company: July 1928. Issued at Baker, Oregon by J.W. Pentney, auditor, in the amount of $150.00 to J.M. Eccles, Eccles Bldg. (Ogden Utah) and endorsed by hand by J.M. Eccles . Rubber stamped and punched cancellation, not affecting signatures. Crisp, clean condition. The Mount Hood Railway Company was established in 1906 to transport men and materials to the logging camps and mills of the Upper Hood River Valley (Oregon) and to transport lumber back down. Eventually area fruit growers also came to depend on the line, and it was a popular means of transportation for locals and tourists. Because three miles of the route is on steep a steep grade the locomotive had to push the train in reverse to negotiate the incline, giving rise to the nickname "The Backwards Railroad." The train, the line, and the 1911 depot have been restored and rides are once again a tourist attraction. EPHEM 2460. Very Good Condition.
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Book number: 2460
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Keywords: Checks, Check, Business Paper, Mount Hood Railroad. Western Americana, Lumber, Timber, Western Railroad, Ephemera, Cancelled Check, Railway, Rr History, Ephemera, Utah, Eccles

 
MOUNT HOOD RAILROAD COMPANY: 1928 Cancelled Check
Hood River Orgon, 1928. Ephemera, Mount Hood Railroad Company: July 1928. Issued at Baker, Oregon by J.W. Pentney, auditor, in the amount of $150.00 to J.M. Eccles, Eccles Bldg. (Ogden Utah) and endorsed by hand by J.M. Eccles . Rubber stamped and punched cancellation, not affecting signatures. Crisp, clean condition. The Mount Hood Railway Company was established in 1906 to transport men and materials to the logging camps and mills of the Upper Hood River Valley (Oregon) and to transport lumber back down. Eventually area fruit growers also came to depend on the line, and it was a popular means of transportation for locals and tourists. Because three miles of the route is on steep a steep grade the locomotive had to push the train in reverse to negotiate the incline, giving rise to the nickname "The Backwards Railroad." The train, the line, and the 1911 depot have been restored and rides are once again a tourist attraction. EPHEM 2461. Very Good Condition.
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Book number: 2461
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Keywords: Checks, Check, Business Paper, Mount Hood Railroad. Western Americana, Lumber, Timber, Western Railroad, Ephemera, Cancelled Check, Railway, Rr History, Ephemera, Utah, Eccles

 
MOUNT HOOD RAILROAD COMPANY: 1928 Cancelled Check
Hood River Orgon, 1928. Ephemera, Mount Hood Railroad Company: July 1928. Issued at Baker, Oregon by J.W. Pentney, auditor, in the amount of $0.42 to Western Union Telegraph Co. Baker, Oregon. Endorsed by rubber stamp. Rubber stamped and punched cancellations. Crisp, clean condition. The Mount Hood Railway Company was established in 1906 to transport men and materials to the logging camps and mills of the Upper Hood River Valley (Oregon) and to transport lumber back down. Eventually area fruit growers also came to depend on the line, and it was a popular means of transportation for locals and tourists. Because three miles of the route is on steep a steep grade the locomotive had to push the train in reverse to negotiate the incline, giving rise to the nickname "The Backwards Railroad." The train, the line, and the 1911 depot have been restored and rides are once again a tourist attraction. EPHEM 2466. Very Good Condition.
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Book number: 2466
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MOUNT HOOD RAILROAD COMPANY: 1928 Cancelled Check
Hood River Orgon, 1928. Ephemera, Mount Hood Railroad Company: July 1928. Issued at Baker, Oregon by J.W. Pentney, auditor, in the amount of $11.20 to F.M. Shurtliff (Hood River, Oregon) and endorsed by hand by F.M. Shurtliff. Punched cancellation, not affecting signatures. Crisp, clean condition. The Mount Hood Railway Company was established in 1906 to transport men and materials to the logging camps and mills of the Upper Hood River Valley (Oregon) and to transport lumber back down. Eventually area fruit growers also came to depend on the line, and it was a popular means of transportation for locals and tourists. Because three miles of the route is on steep a steep grade the locomotive had to push the train in reverse to negotiate the incline, giving rise to the nickname "The Backwards Railroad." The train, the line, and the 1911 depot have been restored and rides are once again a tourist attraction. EPHEM 2456. Very Good Condition.
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Book number: 2456
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Keywords: Checks, Check, Business Paper, Mount Hood Railroad. Western Americana, Lumber, Timber, Western Railroad, Ephemera, Cancelled Check, Railway, Rr History, Ephemera

 
MOUNT HOOD RAILROAD COMPANY: 1928 Cancelled Check
Hood River Orgon, 1928. Ephemera, Mount Hood Railroad Company: July 1928. Issued at Baker, Oregon by J.W. Pentney, auditor, in the amount of $5.00 to D.E. Quinn (Hood River, Oregon) and endorsed by hand by D.E. Quinn. Rubber stamped and punched cancellation, not affecting signatures. Crisp, clean condition. The Mount Hood Railway Company was established in 1906 to transport men and materials to the logging camps and mills of the Upper Hood River Valley (Oregon) and to transport lumber back down. Eventually area fruit growers also came to depend on the line, and it was a popular means of transportation for locals and tourists. Because three miles of the route is on steep a steep grade the locomotive had to push the train in reverse to negotiate the incline, giving rise to the nickname "The Backwards Railroad." The train, the line, and the 1911 depot have been restored and rides are once again a tourist attraction. EPHEM 2457. Very Good Condition.
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Keywords: Checks, Check, Business Paper, Mount Hood Railroad. Western Americana, Lumber, Timber, Western Railroad, Ephemera, Cancelled Check, Railway, Rr History, Ephemera

 
Original manuscript letter 1844, re Austrian political situation, addressed to British M.P. from "An American":
1844, Original Document. 9 x 7.25 Inches, Folded. Ephemera, Seven hand written pages on two folded sheets, address on back of second sheet. Addressed to M. Milnes Esqr. M.P. House of Commons, 26 Pall Mall. The content of this letter describes the atrocities against the "nobility" that the "American" witnessed while living in Galacia, and the seething political unrest in Vienna. This was shortly before the revolution in 1846. He concludes, "But there are reforms, there is a revolution to come in Austria, & the man to lead that revolution is the present minister of finance, the Baron Kiebeck (sp?), a man taken from the people, & to aid him, men are training up in Austria.." He indicates that he is responding to a speech given by Milnes, and concludes, "I do not sign my name, because I am a humble individual, who for a long time have sought instruction & amusement, in looking at the World.." with a lot of high-handed rhetoric regarding the "high minded English feeling." The letter was posted from 1st Arundell ST. Patton Square, Haymarket, Tuesday Mng. 10th Aug 1844. Very Good condition, sheets are folded for mailing with remains of wax seal. EPHEMERA 4134. Very Good Condition.
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Book number: 4134
USD 350.00 [Appr.: EURO 313.5 | £UK 276.25 | JP 38862]
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Keywords: Austrian Revolution Metternich Milne Vienna Galacia Atrocities Politics Letter Document Manuscript

 
PHOTO of Boy in Knee pants, Edwardian era, with Toy Elephant and Lamp
. 10 x 7 Inches. Photographs, Wonderful studio posed photography, 6 x 4 inches. Smirking boy in bowtie, vest, knee pants and striped stockings poses beside what appears to be a cut-glass lamp, a vase, and a toy elephant, probably carved wood. The photography failed to notice that the lamp cord is highlighted! No date, probably circa 1915-1925. Very good condition. This is NOT a reproduction or reprinting, it is the original vintage photograph. Mounted with clear archival photo corners on a colorful piece of cardstock for protection. PHOTO 5674. Very Good Condition.
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Keywords: Edwardian, Knee Pants, Photo, Photograph, Ephemera, Photography, Lamp Lighting Toy Elephant Vintage Original

 
Portland's Rose Festival (Official Sourvenir Program) 1925
Portland Oregon, 1925, First Annual Edition. Paperbound, 4to - over 9" - 12". Ephemera, White glossy paper covers with color photos (front and back, inside and outside both). Includes the song, 'A Rose for Every Heart' by Charles Wakefield Cadman and Nelle Richmond Eberhart. B&W photos of the queen and her court, and of the Royal Rosarian officers including Emery Olmstead. CONDITION: narrow piece of tape applied to spine (nearly invisitble), light cover soil, several spots of ink, songsheet has pulled loose from center staples (easily replaced) and the songsheet has a couple of short closed tears in the margin (not affecting printing). Not spiffy-clean but a nice copy in good condition of a rare piece of Rose Festival ephemera. EPHEMERA 3883. Good Condition.
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Keywords: Portland Oregon, Rose Festival, Souvenir Program 1925 Parade Promotion Olmstead

 
Postcard: Famous McKinley Stump
New York, Paul C. Koeber Co.. Postcard, Chromolithograph color over photo, image of a stump (protected by a roofed open-sided structure) near Tacoma, Washington, that was used as a political podium for President William McKinley, and was also used by President Franklin D.Roosevelt. The card is in very good condition, postally used (cancelation in Tacoma, 1911), short crease in surface (on roof) lower right corner surface chipped. Published by Paul C. Koeber (NY) and printed in Germany. POSTCARD 3678. Very Good Condition.
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Keywords: Post Card Postcard Tacoma Political Mckinley Roosevelt Washington

 
Poster Stamp: See More in '34 in Chicago
Chicago Illinois, First Edition. World's Fairs, Poster stamp: See More in '34 in Chicago: Attend the 1934 Century of Progress. About 2 x 1.5 inches. Dark blue with red and white print, image of Fair buidlings. Very good condition. ephemera 4062. Fine Condition.
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Book number: 4062
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Keywords: Chicago World's Fair, Century of Progress, Poster Stamp, Cinderella Stamp, Expo

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