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688882

The early works of James Fenimore Cooper...

Item #688882

February 02, 1822

COLUMBIAN CENTINEL, Boston, Feb. 2, 1822 



* James Fenimore Cooper

* Establishes himself as a great American novelist




Page 2 has an early report about James Fenimore Cooper, America's first great author. The report mentions in part: "The Spy--The author of this native novel...is a Mr. Cooper, of Westchester, New York son of the late Judge Cooper, formerly a member of Co
... See More  

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$98.00
688860

The death of Joseph Stalin - Graphic headline...

Item #688860

March 06, 1953

MORNING CALL, Allentown, Pennsylvania, March 6, 1953 Five column headline in red lettering: "STALIN DEAD" Subhead: "Moscow Doesn't Hint Who will Be Premier" plus many photos of Joseph Stalin.

Front page only.

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$32.00
688792

Most runs ever in a Major League Baseball game....

Item #688792

August 26, 1922

THE NEW YORK TIMES, New York, August 26, 1922 



* Chicago Cubs vs. Philadelphia Phillies 

* Most runs in a single game record
 



This 18 page newspaper has one column headlines on page 7: "CUBS AND PHILLIES SMASH TWO RECORDS" "Chicago Team Wins Weird Game in Which 51 Hits Are Made, 26-23" with box scores.



Tells of the game between the Chicago Cubs and Phil... See More  

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$55.00
688774

Tribute to Bill Pickett... Famous Black cowboy...

Item #688774

April 16, 1932

THE NEW YORK TIMES, April 16, 1932



* Tribute to Bill Pickett after his death



Page 17 has a nice tribute to Bill Picket, the famous Black "cowboy", Wild West Rodeo Show performer, and actor, given by Will Rogers. Bill had died two weeks prior from complications related to having been kicked in the head by a bronco, unfortunately, soon after he had retired. He was the originator of ... See More  

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$98.00
688651

Death of Queen lead vocalist Freddie Mercury...

Item #688651

November 25, 1991

LOS ANGELES TIMES, Nov. 25, 1991



* Freddie Mercury death (1st report)

* Lead singer of the rock band Queen




The bottom of the front page has a picture with small heading: "Freddie Mercury Dies"

Page 4 has a one column heading: "British Rock Star Mercury Dies of AIDS" Included is a photo of him along with considerable details. Great to have this report in a newspaper from... See More  

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$125.00
688632

Printed at an institution for the criminally insane...

Item #688632

October 01, 1920

THE FARVIEW ECHO, Farview (Waymart), Wayne County, Pennsylvania, October, 1920  This is an interesting four page newspaper published by the "Farview State Hospital" which was for the criminally insane. The issue contains a wide range of various news tidbits and no advertisements.

Measures about 12 1/2 by 17 inches, good condition. An unusual newspaper.

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$26.00
688612

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is assassinated...

Item #688612

April 05, 1968

THE ARIZONA REPUBLIC, Phoenix, April 5, 1968



* Martin Luther King Jr. assassination (1st report)

* African American pastor - civil rights leader




The front page has a nice and displayable headline that announces: "MARTIN LUTHER KING SLAIN" with lead in: "Shot to Death in Memphis" and related subheads. (see) More inside with two related photos.

Incomplete issue containing... See More  

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$120.00
688573

William McKinley's State of the Union Address...

1899 B. H. Roberts, Mormon Leader, excluded from Congress...

Item #688573

December 05, 1899

THE EVENING TRIBUNE, San Diego, Dec. 5, 1899



* B. H. Brigham Henry Roberts

* Mormonism - Mormons leader

* Seat in U.S. Congress ? (polygamy)

* William McKinley's State of the Union




The top of the front page has a one column heading: "POLYGAMIST SCORED" with subheads. (see) Surprisingly this issue is in good condition being from the "wood pulp" era. Very hard to fi... See More  

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$58.00
688513

Very graphic masthead...

Item #688513

March 29, 1879

THE PIONEER, San Jose, California, March 29, 1879  The masthead notes: "Devoted To The Interests Of The Pioneers of California And the Resources of the Golden State." The masthead is one of the more graphic we have seen featuring three vignettes, one of settlers traveling, one of a bar, and another of a detailed mining scene.

This title is not recorded in Gregory's "Union ... See More  

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$56.00
688442

Very graphic masthead... Great article on the Bear Flag Revolt...

Item #688442

May 17, 1879

THE PIONEER, San Jose, California, May 17, 1879  The masthead notes: "Devoted To The Interests Of The Pioneers of California And the Resources of the Golden State." The masthead is one of the more graphic we have seen, featuring three vignettes: one of settlers traveling, one of a bear, and another of a detailed mining scene.

The front page has a lengthy & descriptive article: ... See More  

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$76.00
688331

1874 Charley Ross kidnapping...

Item #688331

August 02, 1874

THE NEW YORK HERALD, Aug. 2, 1874



* 4 year old boy - Charley Ross kidnapping

* 1st American for ransom in U.S. (media coverage)




The top of page 10 has one column headings that include: "THE CHILD STEALERS" "The Kidnappers of Charley Ross Still Uncaptured" and more (see). Text takes up almost 2 1/2 columns.

Other news of the day. Complete in 12 pages, nice condition.... See More  

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$37.00
688266

Lincoln is elected!

Item #688266

November 10, 1860

CLEVELAND MORNING LEADER, Ohio, Nov. 10, 1860 



* Abraham Lincoln's election win (1st)



Page 3 has a wonderful & lengthy account of the election returns coming into Springfield, Illinois, where Lincoln was, with reporting on the high level of excitement as the news was received. There are several charts showing election results at various locations.

Page 2 has a report: "New... See More  

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$277.00
688264

Horatio Nelson granted a title of baron for his victory on the Nile...

Item #688264

December 14, 1798

FEDERAL GAZETTE & BALTIMORE DAILY ADVERTISER, Dec. 14, 1798 



* "Baron" Lord Horatio Nelson

* President John Adams




Page 2 begins with an: "Address To the President of  the United States" from the state of Vermont concerning the troubling relationship with France, followed by his: "Answer" signed: John Adams.

Page 2 also has some follow-up on the B... See More  

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$49.00
688263

A Tory newspaper from the Revolutionary War...

Item #688263

April 15, 1778

THE PENNSYLVANIA LEDGER OR THE PHILADELPHIA MARKET-DAY ADVERTISER, April 15, 1778 



* Revolutionary War Tory original

* Rare Pro British issue from America




This was a strongly Tory (supportive of the British cause) newspaper which began in 1775 and closed shop in May of 1778 when the British evacuated Philadelphia.

The front page is entirely taken up with ads including one for a man wh... See More  

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$295.00
688138

Ibn Saud conquers Yemen...

Item #688138

May 04, 1934

THE DETROIT FREE PRESS, May 4, 1934



* King Ibn Saud conquers Yemen

* Saudi-Yemeni War - Saudi Arabia




The bottom of the front page has a two column heading: "Arabian Conquest Threatens Europe's Hold on Near East" with subhead. (see)

Eighteen pages, light toning and a little wear at the margins with some small edge-tears, small library stamp within masthead, but generally good ... See More  

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$55.00
687962

Harrison wins the election: in a Washington, D.C. newspaper...

Item #687962

November 09, 1840

THE GLOBE, Washington, D.C., Nov. 9, 1840  Perhaps there can be no better newspaper to report a Presidential election than one from the nation's capital.

Page 3 begins with: "The Election" "It becomes our duty to announce to the public that we have received returns of the elections in a sufficient number of the states to render the final result no longer doubtful. Gen. Har... See More  

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$179.00
687945

"Extra" edition with Harrison's inaugural address...

Item #687945

March 06, 1841

COURANT--EXTRA, Hartford, Connecticut, March 6, (1841)  An uncommon single sheet "Extra" broadsheet with most of the front page taken up with the: "Inaugural Address or President Harrison" carrying over to page 2.

William Henry Harrison has the dubious distinction of being the first President to die in office, severing the shortest term (31 days) and having delivered the ... See More  

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$78.00
687929

Wealth of great reading on John Brown & his execution...

Item #687929

December 05, 1859

NEW YORK TRIBUNE, Dec. 5, 1859  A great issue concerning the John Brown/Harper's Ferry affair, with over half of page 5 taken up with related content. The top of a column has: "JOHN BROWN'S INVASION" with subheads including: "John Brown's Remains" "The Execution of Capt. Brown" with details; "The Execution on Friday Last" "Incidents Con... See More  

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687914

Jefferson's annual message, with mention of Lewis & Clark...

Item #687914

December 11, 1806

INDEPENDENT CHRONICLE, Boston, Dec. 1, 1806  Beginning on the front page & concluding on patge 2 is the: "President's "Message" communicated to Congress, it being Jefferson's state-of-the-union address to the nation.

Of significance is some fine mention of the Lewis and Clark expedition which appears on the front page: "...The expedition of Messrs. Lewis and C... See More  

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$395.00
687912

Jefferson's state-of-the-Union address to the Congress...

Item #687912

December 18, 1801

NEW ENGLAND PALLADIUM, Boston, Dec. 18, 1801  Half of page 2 is taken up with the: "President's Message" being Jefferson's first state-of-the-union address.

Interesting that it was not delivered in person but rather was distributed in paper form to members of Congress, with the address prefaced by a letter from the President stating why he chose to do this.

The lengthy add... See More  

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687911

Graphic ad for Barnum's circus...

Item #687911

April 16, 1874

DAILY CHRONICLE, Allentown, Pennsylvania, April 16, 1874  Page 2 contains a full-column & quite graphic advertisements for "P T. Barnum's Great Traveling Museum Menagerie" with much detail.

Four pages, great condition.

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687901

Japan bargains for a surrender...

Item #687901

August 10, 1945

BUFFALO EVENING NEWS, Aug. 10, 1945 



* World War II ending

* Japan willing to surrender




The front page has a nice banner healdine: "JAPS ACCEPT SURRENDER IF THEY RETAIN EMPEROR" with subheads and small photo of Hirohito.

Complete with 28 pages, light toning and a little wear along the central fold and spine, nice for display as such.

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687900

Jackson's farewell, and Van Buren's inauguration...

Item #687900

March 11, 1837

NEW YORK OBSERVER, March 11, 1837  Pages 2 and 3 contain the lengthy: "Farewell Address of Andrew Jackson" signed by him in type at its conclusion: Andrew Jackson. In it he reiterated his policies one final time. He appeal to the different regions of the country to place their loyalty to the Union above all else. He condemns monopolies, speculation and paper currency.
Page 4 has
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687880

Inaugural address of William Henry Harrison...

Item #687880

March 10, 1841

THE MASSACHUSETTS SPY, Worcester, March 10, 1841  Most of page 2 is taken up with: "Inaugural Address of President Harrison". Following this is a nice editorial report headed: "The Inaugural Address".

Wm. H. Harrison would be President for just one month, giving him the dubious honor of having the shortest term as President, and being the first President to die in office.... See More  

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687859

Defending Edgar Allan Poe... Significant Poe issue...

Item #687859

May 19, 1853

DAILY NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER, Washington, D.C., May 19, 1853



* Edgar Allan Poe

* "A Rebel Soul"

* Henry Clay Preuss




 Page 2 has almost an entire column taken up with a very notable article headed: "Edgar A. Poe, by Henry Clay Preuss".

As a bit of background, the following from eapoe.org is very helpful:

“In the decade following Poe’s death, periodi
... See More  

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$725.00
687816

Sam Houston & Jim Bowie...

Item #687816

March 19, 1836

NILES' WEEKLY REGISTER Baltimore, March 19, 1836 



* Jim Bowie & Samuel Houston

* Tampico expedition




The front page has a brief item noting: "The people of Texas are divided among themselves, and, it is said, that gen. Samuel Houston and col. James Bowie have been displaced from their commands in the army." Nice to have mention of both Houston & Bowie on the front ... See More  

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$45.00
687534

H.H. Holmes..... 1st U.S. serial killer....

Item #687534

July 30, 1895

HELENA EVENING HERALD, Montana, July 30, 1895



* H.H. Holmes - Herman Webster Mudgett

* Infamous "Murder Castle" in Chicago


* America's 1st serial killer



The top of the front page has one column headings that include: "HOLMES' STORY" "The Wholesale Murderer and Insurance Swindler Gives His Version of Pietzel Sr.'s Death" and more. (see) Coverage on... See More  

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687287

The King addressses Parliament on the dire situation in America...

Item #687287

February 23, 1782

THE NEW-HAMPSHIRE GAZETTE and GENERAL ADVERTISER, Portsmouth, Feb. 23, 1782



* Rare publication during Revolutionary War



 This is certainly one of the less common titles from the Revolutionary War era.

Page 2 has a letter that notes in part: "...the Americans might yet be brought back to a constitutional subordination to this country!...". Also: "The troops destined for t... See More  

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$640.00
685427

MacArthur lands in Japan....

Item #685427

August 31, 1945

THE NEW YORK TIMES, August 31, 1945



* United States Marines land on Japan

* General Douglas MacArthur takes control

* World War II American Occupation begins




The front page has a nice banner headline announcing: "M'ARTHUR OPENS HEADQUARTERS IN YOKOHAMA; FINDS JAPANESE ACTING IN FULL 'GOOD FAITH'; FREED PRISONERS CHARGE BRUTALITY BY FOE" with many subheads and related ... See More  

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684785

On repealing the Mormon charter in Illinois... Lyman Wight in a fight...

Item #684785

December 28, 1844

NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER, Washington, D.C., Dec. 28, 1844  Page 3 has a report with a small heading: "The Mormons" which reads more like an editorial than a news report, bits including: "The Illinois House...have referred a bill repealing the Mormon charters to the Judiciary...It ought never to have been granted in the monstrous form in which it was granted...the four nays being ... See More  

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684290

A very early issue of this famous anti-slavery title...

Item #684290

October 01, 1836

THE LIBERATOR, Boston, Oct. 1, 1836  It is rare to fine such early issues of this famous anti-slavery title edited by William Lloyd Garrison. It began publication just 5 years earlier. The masthead features a woodcut of a slave auction.

Much anti-slavery content as one might expect, with articles including: "American Slavery - Public Meeting of the Glasgow Emancipation Society... See More  

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$155.00
683129

The first successful magazine in the country...

Item #683129

April 21, 1744

THE CHRISTIAN HISTORY, Boston, April 21, 1744  This was the first successful magazine in America although formatted unlike typical magazines. It was exclusively a chronicle of the Great Awakening in America, exclusively of secular news reports. It was preceded by just a few magazines which lasted but a couple of issues--one of which was by Ben Franklin. Even this title lasted but a few short ... See More  

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$135.00
683128

By America's first newspaper publisher...

Item #683128

January 06, 1679

DOMESTICK INTELLIGENCE Or News Both From CITY and COUNTRY, London, England, Jan. 6, 1679 



* Rare 17th century periodical



A very early single sheet newspaper published by Benjamin Harris (his imprint appears on the bottom of the back page), the first newspaper printer in the colonies.

Harris spent several years in jail in London for libelous printing, and upon release he emigrated to Am... See More  

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$355.00
683113

This newspaper lasted but two years...

Item #683113

April 13, 1795

FEDERAL ORRERY, Boston, April 13, 1795 



* Rare publication



A volume one issue of this elusive title from Boston which lasted just two years. Various news of the day & a wealth of ads.

Four pages, nice condition.

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683107

Great Confederate coverage of the first Battle of Bull Run...

Item #683107

July 29, 1861

DAILY DISPATCH, Richmond, Virginia, July 29, 1861 



* First Battle of Bull Run

* Manassas VA Virginia

* From capital of Confederacy




Almost the entire front page is taken up with war-related reports with items headed: "Speech of Gov. Jackson of Missouri" "The Rich Mountain Fight--Statement of Col. Fulkerson" "From Gloucester Point" "From Yorktown"... See More  

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683106

Much on John Morgan's visit to Richmond...

Item #683106

January 09, 1864

DAILY RICHMOND EXAMINER, Virginia, January 9, 1864 



* From the capital of the Confederacy

* General John Hunt Morgan in Richmond




Among the front page items are: "The War News" "Congress" "Navigation of the Mississippi" "Kentucky" 'The Habeas Corpus" "Crimes Against the United States" "City Intelligence" with subhead: ... See More  

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683105

Much on the Civil War...

Item #683105

March 12, 1863

DAILY RICHMOND EXAMINER, Virginia, March 12, 1863 



* Rare rebel publication



Among the many front page items on the war--from a Confederate perspective--are: "From Fredericksburg" "Rumors From the West" "The Yankees and Their Ditches" "The Yankee Army About Vicksburg" "Every Man to His Post" "Notes On the War--From Vicksburg--The Can... See More  

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683064

The closing days of the Civil War...

Item #683064

April 06, 1865

THE WORLD, New York, April 6, 1865



* Confederate capital occupied

* Last days of the Civil War

* Jefferson Davis fleeing




 Among the front page column heads on the Civil War are: "RICHMOND" "Official News of the Pursuit of the Rebel Forces" "Sheridan Calls on Meade to Assist in Capturing or Dispersing Lee's Army" "Grant at Hotaway, C.H." &quo... See More  

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683042

The Yellow Fever epidemic...

Item #683042

October 24, 1798

THE SPECTATOR, New York, Oct. 24, 1798 



* Philadelphia yellow fever epidemic



An unusual issue being single sheet rather than the typical 4 pages due to the on-going Yellow Fever Epidemic which ravaged much of the Eastern United States at that time.

There are front page articles relating to the epidemic including a report on the number of recent deaths from the fever.

Four pages, never... See More  

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683036

No issues held by any institution...

Item #683036

November 28, 1890

THE WEST SIDE CITIZEN, Villa Park, Colorado, Nov. 28, 1890 



* Very rare publication



Although once a separate town, Villa Park today is a neighborhood of Denver, about 4 miles west of downtown.

This is a very rare title, as only one institution is recorded in Gregory (Union List of American Newspapers) as having any issues and that collection was purchased in its entirety by us.

An eig... See More  

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683031

Two interesting advertisements...

Item #683031

March 15, 1817

NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER, Washington, D.C., March 15, 1817 



* (2) slaves - slavery related advertisements

* From our nation's capital




Page 3 has an ad: "Wanted - A Colored female servant to attend a lady & family on a journey for two or three months...". Page 4 has an ad: "50 Dollars Reward" for a runaway mulatto, with details.

Four pages, good condition.... See More  

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$33.00
683002

Will Loyalist merchants in Charleston be left in the lurch? Land in Canada for the Loyalists...

Item #683002

November 26, 1782

THE LONDON CHRONICLE, England, Nov. 26, 1782  Page 4 is entirely taken up with the petitions of various merchants in Charleston to General Leslie (military commander of British troops in the city) recalling a commercial agreement of two years prior, now suspect given the planned evacuation of the British from Charleston.

Page 6 includes: "In the Treaty of Peace now carrying on between G... See More  

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682963

Peace talks are a failure... Sherman advances thru Georgia...

Item #682963

February 06, 1865

THE WORLD, New York, Feb. 6, 1865  



* Hampton Roads Peace Conference fails

* On board the River Queen steamboat

* General William T. Sherman in Georgia




Formatted very much like its competitors, the Times, Tribune & Herald.  

Among the front page first column heads on the Civil War: "PACIFICATION" "Return of the President & Secretary Seward to Washington&qu... See More  

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682921

Debate on the Compromise of 1850... Emigrants for the California gold fields...

Item #682921

August 03, 1850

NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER, Washington, D.C., Aug. 3, 1850 Fully half of the front page is taken up with: "Debate In The Senate - The Compromise Bill" This would be the "Compromise of 1850" championed by Henry Clay, which would determine whether new territories gained in the Mexican War would be slave or free. Ultimately the compromise would only delay civil war by ten years.

The ... See More  

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$67.00
682920

U.S. Navy comes to San Diego... Women not needed in politics...

Item #682920

March 29, 1915

EVENING TRIBUNE, San Diego, California, March 29, 1915



* Naval Base San Diego to be created

* United States Navy picks S.D.

* Best title to be had ? - very rare




 The banner headline announces one of the early events in the life of San Diego as a significant naval base, which today is home base for the U.S. Navy's Pacific Fleet.

"NAVY DEPARTMENT TO BUILD BIG BASE IN SAN DIEGO... See More  

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$127.00
682915

A dramatic issue on Desert Storm...

Item #682915

February 25, 1991

DAILY GAZETTE, Sterling-Rock Falls, Illinois, Feb. 25, 1991  



* Operation Desert Storm

* Gulf War beginning

* Persian Gulf




This is an exceedingly displayable issue with a very significant headline on the beginning of the land war in Desert Storm: "INVASION ! " in maroon ink, with a three-color map and a subhead in blue ink: "ALLIES SWEEP INTO KUWAIT, IRAQ".

Comple... See More  

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$97.00
682901

"The War Tax In Virginia"...

Item #682901

January 06, 1864

DAILY RICHMOND EXAMINER, Virginia, Jan. 6, 1864 



* Rare rebel publication



Among the front page reports are: "The War News" which has several reports; also: "Averill Prisoners" "The War Tax In Virginia" "The Anti-Substitute Law "The Blockade--The Cotton Question Again" 'The Courts" 'The Mortality in the Yankee Armies" "T... See More  

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$77.00
682899

Boxing match: Heenan vs. King...

Item #682899

December 24, 1863

SPRINGFIELD REPUBLICAN, Massachusetts, Dec. 24, 1863 



* John Heenan vs. Tom King

* One of the greatest fights of the 19th century

* Heenan's last fight... was he cheated... drugged?




Page 2 has a round-by-round account of a boxing match headed: "The Fight Between Heenan and King--King Victorious" with prefacing comments on the boxing match in England.

Page 2 also has Civ... See More  

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682893

Handsome masthead... The French Revolution...

Item #682893

January 24, 1793

INDEPENDENT CHRONICLE & UNIVERSAL ADVERTISER, Boston, Jan. 24, 1793



* Nice masthead engraving

* 18th century America




This newspaper has one of the more decorative mastheads of the 18th century.

Much of page 2 is taken up with a report concerning the French Revolution, as well as a note that citizens: "...begged that the Convention would delay the discussion on the trial of Louis X... See More  

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$43.00
682889

First American railroad publication...

Item #682889

October 16, 1845

AMERICAN RAILROAD JOURNAL, New York, Oct. 16, 1845



* Early on the railroad industry

* Uncommon publication




An early issue of the very first American periodical on railroading. The best feature of this newspaper might be the engravings of a railroad engines and coaches as well as related railroad devices & inventions, as found on pages 1, 2 & 3.

The balance of the issue is taken up ... See More  

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$39.00
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