687280

Albert Einstein's theory supported...

Item #687280

December 31, 1931

THE NEW YORK TIMES, December 31, 1931



* Professor Albert Einstein

* California Institute of Technology

* Theory of General Relativity

* Robert Andrews Millikan




The top of the front page has a two column heading: "California Test Supports Einstein Theory; Light Velocity Is Found to Be Constant" Lengthy text continues inside.

Also on the front page is a two column heading: "... See More  

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687277

Yasunari Kawabata suicide ? death...

Item #687277

April 17, 1972

THE NEW YORK TIMES, April 17, 1972



* Yasunari Kawabata suicide ? death

* Japanese novelist & short Story writer




Near the bottom of the front page is a two column heading: "Kawabata, Japanese Novelist Who Won on Nobel Prize, a Suicide" with photo. (see) Also front page coverage on the launching of the Apollo 16 Moon mission.

Complete with 56 pages, good condition.



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687276

Babe Ruth, Cy Young, Christy Mathewson, and others...

Item #687276

July 22, 1920

MID-WEEK PICTORIAL of the New York Times, July 22, 1920  The front page features a large photo of: "Mary Pickford, Whose arrival in England has been marked by great demonstrations of popular favor."

Near the back are two full pages headed: "Pitchers Who Have Won the Coveted Honor of a No-Hit, No-Run Game, and Batter Who Is A Terror to All Pitchers", the latter being "... See More  

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687275

Just before the Battle of the Bulge...

Item #687275

December 12, 1944

STARS AND STRIPES, Italy edition, Dec. 12, 1944 



* Les Horvath wins Heisman Trophy

* Ohio State Buckeyes football

* Battle of the bulge about to begin

* World War II military publication




The official newspaper of the: "...U.S. Armed Forces in the European Theater...". The front page has some content concerning the events just prior to the famous Battle of the Bulge with: &... See More  

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687273

1942 Japanese midget submarines... Sydney Harbor attack...

Item #687273

June 01, 1942

CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE, June 1, 1942 



* Sydney Harbor, Australia attacked 

* Imperial Japanese Navy - midget submarines 

* Cologne, Germany RAF bomber attack
 



The front page has a nice banner headline: "JAP SUBS RAID SYDNEY; 3 HIT" with subhead. (see) Nice for display. First report coverage on the attack of Sydney Harbor in Australia by submarines of the Imperi... See More  

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687271

San Francisco and Cincinnati views...

Item #687271

September 22, 1879

THE DAILY GRAPHIC, New York, Sept. 22, 1879  The entire front page is a terrific political cartoon honoring Ulysses S. Grant captioned: "Welcome." Inside half a page is a print of: "The Astley Belt Contest" showing a running race. A half page has 6 "Views In San Francisco Harbor", and a half page with 4 "Views In Cincinnati, Ohio" plus a: "Map of t... See More  

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687270

King Tut's tomb discovered in 1922...

Item #687270

December 22, 1922

NEW YORK TIMES, December 22, 1922



* Discovery of King Tutankhamun's tomb

* Egyptian Pharaoh - Howard Carter

* New York Times reporter visits




The top of the has a one column heading: "TIMES MAN VIEWS SPLENDORS OF TOMB OF TUTANKHAMEN" with subheadS. (see) This was during the historic discovery of King Tut's tomb by British archaeologist Howard Carter. It would not be ... See More  

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687269

The San Francisco earthquake and fire...

Item #687269

April 21, 1906

THE INTER-MOUNTAIN REPUBLICAN, Salt Lake City, Utah, April 21, 1906  This issue has one of the better front page reports having both a nice graphic and a banner headline.

"FLAMES FOUGHT TO STANDSTILL AND FINALLY CONTROLLED BY SAN FRANCISCO'S HEROES" with various related subheads. A dramatic graphic as well captioned: "San Francisco On Fire".

Complete in 12 pages, ver... See More  

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687268

Rare title from the mining area of Northern California...

Item #687268

September 19, 1901

GEORGETOWN GAZETTE, El Dorado County, California, Sept. 19, 1901  A very rare title from this now-historical site, the most northeastern town in California's Mother Lode mining territory\ near the Nevada border.

Less than 1000 people reside there today but in its heyday of the 1850's & 1860's the population exceeded 3000. Gold mining continued here longer than most Gold Rush ... See More  

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687267

Herbert Hoover nominated for President...

Item #687267

June 17, 1928

SECTION 9 ONLY of the New York Times, June 17, 1928



* Herbert Clark Hoover nominated for President

* 1928 Republican National Convention




The front page of this section only has a banner headline:  "HOOVER: A NEW TYPE AMONG CANDIDATES; The Eingineer, War Organizer and Cabinet Officer Brings His Talents Into the Political Arena for the Republican Party--His Unique Career Has Embrac... See More  

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687265

A "radical democratic" newspaper...

Item #687265

October 26, 1867

WEST AND SOUTH, Cincinnati, Oct. 26, 1867  Certainly an uncommon title that lasted less than 3 years. Its platform is defined on the back page with headings: "Radical Democratic Instructor For the Mississippi Valley & Vindication of the Interior Policy for State Sovereignty, Free Trade and Hard Money, Against the Atlantic Policy of Consolidation! "The West & South United&quo... See More  

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687264

Very early from San Diego...

Item #687264

August 22, 1874

THE WORLD, San Diego, California, Aug. 22, 1874  A very early issue from this now-famous Southern California city, this issue published when the population was just 2,300.

Among the articles are: "Arizona" with several reports; "The Black Hills" "From Lower California" "All About San Diego" and much more.

Four pafges, never bound nor trimmed, nice con... See More  

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687263

Early woman's suffrage newspaper...

Item #687263

January 28, 1871

THE WOMAN'S JOURNAL, Boston, Jan. 28, 1871  Uncommon women's suffrage paper founded just the year prior, produced by--among others--Lucy Stone, Alice Blackwell, Julia Ward Howe, and Mary Livermore.

Among the articles: "Concerning Women" "Mrs. General Sherman and 1000 Other Ladies Against Woman Suffrage" "How To Succeed"  "Woman Suffrage in Mass... See More  

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687262

Uncommon title from Southern California...

Item #687262

October 16, 1880

SAN BERNARDINO WEEKLY TIMES, California, Oct. 16 1880  An early issue of this uncommon title from Southern California. It was named in 1810. Following the American conquest of California, the community was incorporated as a city in 1854. The city grew significantly in the late 19th century as a commercial hub at the crossroads between Southern California and the American Southwest. 

Fou... See More  

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687261

Wilbur Underhill shot and captured...

Item #687261

December 31, 1933

THE DETROIT FREE PRESS, December 31, 1933



* Wilbur Underhill Jr. shot & captured

* "Tri-State Terror" - Oklahoma bandit




The front page has a one column heading: "Wilbur Underhill Makes Last Stand" with subhead. (see)

Complete with 40+ pages, light toning at the margins, a little spine wear, generally nice.



wikipedia notes: Wilbur Underhill, Jr. (March 16, 1901 &... See More  

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687260

Albert Einstein in 1929....

Item #687260

January 25, 1929

CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE, January 25, 1929.



* Albert Einstein's new field theory

* Electricity - magnetism - gravitation




The front page of section three has a one column heading: "Scientists Plot to Upset Law of Gravitation" with subhead. (see) Always nice to have notable events in history reported in this World famous publication.

Other news, sports and advertisements of the d... See More  

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687259

President James Monroe dies on the 4th of July...

Item #687259

July 23, 1831

NILES' WEEKLY REGISTER, Baltimore, July 23, 1831 An inside page has: "Death Of James Monroe--Fifth President of the United States" and still in the heading is printed: "At the house of his son-in law, Samuel L. Gouverneur, esq. New York at half past 3 o'clock P.M. July 4, 1831."

What follows is a lengthy "Bibliographical Sketch" of him which is then foll... See More  

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687256

The Nazi party newspaper...

Item #687256

November 20, 1940

VOLKISCHER BEOBACHTER, Berlin, Germany, Nov. 20, 1940  This was the newspaper of the Nazi party in Germany and for 25 years it formed part of the official public face of the Nazi party. Totally in the German language with the front page containing war-related content, as the war in Europe started over a year earlier. Several war-related photos on page 3.

Eight pages, folio size, slightly irr... See More  

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687255

Lincoln's state-of-the-union address...

Item #687255

December 10, 1863

CINCINNATI DAILY COMMERCIAL, Ohio, Dec. 10, 1863  Although there are various reports on the Civil War, the most notable content is the front page pri9nting of the: "PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE"  being the annual state-of-the-union address signed in type at it\s conclusion: Abraham Lincoln. This message takes half of the front page.

Also of interest on the front page is: "Deta... See More  

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687254

Celebrating the end of the Civil War...

Item #687254

April 11, 1865

NEW YORK TIMES, April 11, 1865  This issue reports the events the day after Lee surrendered to Grant.

The first column on the front page sets the tone for the text which filled the entire front page, with the heads including: "THE REJOICING" "How the Glorious News Is Received" "The Quiet & Reverent Gratitude of the People" "New York City Preparing to We... See More  

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687253

Civil War related print on the front page... Battle of Shiloh...

Item #687253

September 27, 1862

THE SATURDAY EVENING POST, Philadelphia, Sept. 27, 1862  A desired yet rather scarce title from during the Civil War, as the front page typically featured a war-related print.

This issue has on the ftpg: "Hoosiers Pouring Into Cincinnati to Enlist For the Defence of That City". Nice war reporting inside including: "The Great Battle of Sharpsburg" (Shiloh) which takes over... See More  

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687252

End of fighting in the Civil War...

Item #687252

May 29, 1865

NEW YORK DAILY TRIBUNE: May 29, 1865  The top of the first column has an embellishment beneath which is: "PEACE ! " "Kirby Smith Surrenders" "The Old Flag Waves From Maine to the Rio Grande!". Also on the front page is: "JEFF DAVIS" "An Official Copy of His Indictment" "He is Described as a 'Yeoman' " "His Crime--The
... See More  

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687251

The closing days of the Civil War... dispatches signed in type by Abraham Lincoln

Item #687251

April 03, 1865

BOSTON POST, April 3, 1865  Page 3 has notable reports from the closing days of the Civil War, including: "VICTORY !  VICTORY ! " "The Rebellion Crumbling!" "Three Days Hard Fighting" "Sheridan's Triumphant Success Over the Enemy" "Glorious Results" "The Enemy's Line Broken at All Points" "Unsurpassed Valor of Our T... See More  

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687250

Abraham Lincoln is elected president...

Item #687250

November 12, 1864

NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE, Nov. 12, 1864  Page 3 has a nice illustration headed: "Prison At Andersonville, Georgia" with related text with one column heads: "Rebel Cruelties To Prisoners" "The Horrors of Andersonville, of Libby Prison, and of Relic Isle" "Plundering, Starving, Freezing and Shooting" "Testimony of Privates, Officers and Surgeons&qu
... See More  

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687248

Two front page Civil War maps...

Item #687248

October 13, 1861

NEW YORK HERALD, Oct. 13, 1861  The front page has two maps titled: "THE AFFAIR AT CHICAMACOMICO" and "THE FIGHT AT SANTA ROSA ISLAND" which is in Florida near Pensacola Bay.

Among the one column headlines on the Civil War are: "THE REBELLION" "Advance of the Rebels on the Potomac" "Battle Between the Rebels and Col. Wilson's Regiment Near For... See More  

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687244

The Battle of Gettysburg...

Item #687244

July 08, 1863

SPRINGFIELD REPUBLICAN, Massachusetts, July 8, 1863  Page 2 has two columns taken up with: "THE WAR" "The Campaign In Pennsylvania" "Friday's Battle at Gettysburg" with other subheads including: "The Last Grand Attack" "The Retreat" "Cavalry Fighting In Maryland" "Interesting Particulars" "The Casualties" &quo... See More  

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687243

Follow-up to Gettysburg and Vicksburg...

Item #687243

July 11, 1863

NEW YORK TRIBUNE, July 11, 1863  Among the front page column heads on the Civil War, from just a week after the Battle of Gettysburg, are: "Brilliant Cavalry Fight at Antietam" "The Rebels Driven from the Field" "Reports by a Rebel Deserter" "Lee Drawing Supplies From Virginia" "He is Fortified & Ready for an Attack" and more specifically ... See More  

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687242

Atlanta, Georgia during the Civil War...

Item #687242

July 23, 1864

NEW YORK TIMES, July 23, 1864  Among the ftpg. one column heads on the Civil War are: "ATLANTA" "A Battle on Thursday" "The Enemy Defeated" "Our Forces Steadily Pushing the Rebels" "Army of the Potomac" "Late Southern News" "Gen. Johnston Relieved from Command" "General Hood Appointed to Succeed Him" and more.

Ei... See More  

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687241

The Battle of Antietam, with a map...

Item #687241

September 22, 1862

THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, Sept. 22, 1862  A nice issue on this historic Battle of Antietam, with a nice map headed: "THE BATTLE FIELD OF ANTIETAM, Wednesday, September 17th, 1862". This was the bloodiest day of the Civil War with both sides loosing over 10,000 men in killed & wounded.

The front page has many one column heads including: "The War For The Union!" "... See More  

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687240

Confederate Civil War title from Kentucky...

Item #687240

April 27, 1861

LOUISVILLE DAILY COURIER, Kentucky, April 27, 1861 Louisville is difficult to categorize as Union or Confederate during the Civil War as, depending on the time, there were factions within the city supporting both. To placate both sides the two leading newspapers took their stands: the "Courier" was very much pro-Confederate & the "Journal" was more pro-Union. This is the pr... See More  

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687239

Lincoln's State of the Union address, in a Washington, D.C. newspaper...

Item #687239

December 04, 1861

DAILY NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER, Washington, D.C., Dec. 4, 1861  Most of page 2 is taken up with: "The President's Message" being the annual state-of-the-union address of the President to Congress, signed in type at its conclusion: Abraham Lincoln.

Logically, much of his focus is on the on-going Civil War and its progress, although there is much more about the state of the nation.... See More  

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687236

Great on Roosevelt's first inauguration, with his famous quote...

Item #687236

March 04, 1944

THE CLEVELAND NEWS, Ohio, March 4, 1933  This is one of the more dramatic & displayable issues on the inauguration of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, with a banner headline: "ROOSEVELT, TAKING OATH, SCORES 'MONEY CHANGERS'; PLEDGES QUICK ACTION" with various related subheads.

Beginning on the front page & carrying over to page 8 is the full text of his inaugural ad... See More  

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687234

Great report, with the September 11 date...

Item #687234

September 11, 2001

THE WASHINGTON POST, D.C., Sept. 11, 2001  This is one event where the date of the newspaper is key. Known commonly as "September 11" collectors will always desire newspapers with this date, despite the majority of morning newspapers not reporting it until their September 12 edition.

The banner headline: "Terror Hits Pentagon, World Trade Center" with a large photo of the... See More  

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687232

Assassination attempt upon Adolph Hitler...

Item #687232

November 09, 1939

THE BOSTON POST, Nov.  9, 1939  The front page has a tow-oine vanner headline: "ATTEMPT TO KILL HITLER FAILS, 6 DEAD 670 INJURED BY BOMB" with various subheads. There is also a photo captioned: "Hitler Salutes Party Members Before Explosion".

Complete in 24 pages, very nice condition.

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687229

Great surrender of Japan issue....

Item #687229

August 15, 1945

LOS ANGELES EXAMINER, California, Aug. 15, 1945  One of the more dramatic & displayable newspapers on the end of World War II, using black, red & blue ink.

The very top has 2 flags between which is: "VICTORY" and the large, dramatic headline: "WAR ENDS ! " is in red dropped out of a black box. Also: "MacArthur To Rule Japs" and more. The front page f
... See More  

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687226

A different title from Tombstone, Arizona...

Item #687226

June 04, 1889

TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR, Arizona, June 4, 1889  We have had a few other newspapers from the iconic Old West town of Tombstone, but this is perhaps the most uncommon. The masthead features a great engraving of a miner on a mule.

The content is much as would be expected from a mining town, including many legal notices concerning mines, etc. A wealth of ads as well.

Four pages, various chipping n... See More  

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687225

Much on the funeral of George Washington...

Item #687225

January 04, 1800

COLUMBIAN CENTINEL, Boston, Jan. 4, 1800  All four pages have wide black mourning rules for the death of George Washington.

Page 2 has: "Further Respectful Testimonials, Sacred to George Washington, Deceased" "By the President of the United States of America, A Proclamation" signed in type: John Adams, concerning: "...the people...to wear crape on the left arm, as mo... See More  

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687194

Likely the most desired masthead from the 18th century...

Item #687194

October 23, 1770

THE MASSACHUSETTS SPY, Or Thomas's Boston Journal, October 27, 1774  It would be difficult to properly place both the scarcity and desirability of this newspaper in the confect of American history. This issue has the famous "Join Or Die" engraving stretching across the masthead.

In the same way that the famous "Dewey Defeats Truman" issue of the Chicago Tribune is com... See More  

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687190

1934 Harveys Lake murder...

Item #687190

May 06, 1935

CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE, May 6, 1935



* Harveys Lake, Pennsylvania murder

* Freda McKechnie & Robert Edwards

* "American Tragedy" execution




The front page has a nice banner headline: "GIRL'S SLAYER DIES IN CHAIR" with subhead. Nice for display. Three related photos are on the back page. (see)

Complete with 32 pages, rag edition in great condition. A few small bin... See More  

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687187

Genuine London Gazette newspaper from 1700...

Item #687187

November 07, 1700

THE LONDON GAZETTE, England, Nov. 7, 1700



* Among the earliest of English language newspapers to be had

* At the turn of the 18th century




This is the world's oldest continually published English language newspaper, having begun in 1665 and is still printing in London to this day. And this is a very early, genuine issue. As was the case with most newspapers of the 17th century, this is c... See More  

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687182

Where Kennedy spent the morning of his death...

Item #687182

November 22, 1963

FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM--EXTRA, Texas, Nov. 22, 1963  This is the city where Kennedy was not only the day before, but where he gave a breakfast speech the morning of Nov. 22 before traveling to Dallas. A very rare issue as such and seldom found.

The banner headline announces: "KENNEDY DEAD; Connally Also Hit" with related reports.

Complete with all 4 sections, nice condition.... See More  

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687181

Dramatic "Stalin Dies" issue...

Item #687181

March 06, 1953

DAILY NEWS, New York, March 6, 1953  A very dramatic front page: "STALIN DIES" "End Sets Off Fight for Rule; Malenkov Gets Pavda's Nod" "Vishinsky Off Today". Further details on page 3. 

Present are only 12 of the 68 pages, but it is the displayable headline that makes this issue attractive. Tabloid size, very nice condition.... See More  

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687180

Rare & erroneous "Germany Surrenders" report...

Item #687180

April 28, 1945

TIMES HERALD, Washington, D.C., April 28, 1945  A very unusual "Extra" issue as the report--boldly printed on the front page: "GERMANY SURRENDERS" was erroneous on this date. Germany would not surrender until May 7.

The only other text on the front page is a report datelined from London, April 28: "Germany has surrendered unconditionally. All organized resistance to ... See More  

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687178

From Elko, Nevada, on the route to the Gold Rush...

Item #687178

October 21, 1871

THE ELKO INDEPENDENT, Nevada, Oct. 21, 1871  This town had a population of about 2,000 during the late 19th century. Situated along the Humboldt River, Elko was along the route traveled by the ill-fated Donner Party and the many who ventured to the California hills in search of gold during the 1849 gold rush. Completion of the Central Pacific Railroad gave the "official" birth to th... See More  

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687177

How he lost his ship...

Item #687177

February 06, 1795

KENTISH GAZETTE, Canterbury, England, Feb. 6, 1795  Page 3 has a lengthy letter from Read-Admiral R.R. Bligh (not of mutiny on the Bounty fame) concerning how he lost his ship the Alexander. Nice red tax stamp on pg. 3.

Four pages, two nice engravings in the masthead one being Canterbury Cathedral. Very nice condition.

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687176

England's headline: Man walks on the moon...

Item #687176

July 21, 1969

DAILY MIRROR, London, July 21, 1969  A nice headline on the front page: "MAN WALKS ON THE MOON" with a bit more. 

Complete in 24 pages, tabloid-size, small tear to the front leaf is discretely repaired on page 2, nice condition.

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687174

Putting the Constitution into effect, & New York is the capital...

Item #687174

September 20, 1788

THE MASSACHUSETTS CENTINEL, Boston, Sept. 20, 1788  The top of the front page has an article signed by: "A Federalist" which is very supportive of the new Constitution, then being considered for ratification by the various states. It notes in part: "...The game that is now playing by the antifederalists is their last chance--Under the fallacious guise of being advocates for wha... See More  

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687173

From between the end of the war & the creation of the Constitution...

Item #687173

May 31, 1786

THE MASSACHUSETTS CENTINEL, Boston, May 31, 1786  Page 2 has a memorial to General Andrew Williamson, of Charleston, South Carolina. Page 2 also has: "...American minister, employed by the United States to negotiate a treaty of trade with this [Spain] Court, a few days set out for Bayonne without having accomplished his purpose...The Spanish ministry look with a jealous eye on the emanci... See More  

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687170

The Indians out west... General Crook to General Sherman...

Item #687170

July 18, 1876

DESERET EVENING NEWS, Salt Lake City, Utah Territory, July 18, 1876   The front page has a letter signed by General: Geo. F. Crook to General Sherman concerning the situation with the Indians with mention of the camp on the Little Horn. 

Page 2 has: "The Black Hills Prospects--Troops & Supplies for Terry".

Four pages, large folio size, the folder size noted is for the iss... See More  

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687169

An address to the President, with his response...

Item #687169

October 10, 1798

THOMAS'S MASSACHUSETTS SPY OR WORCESTER GAZETTE, Oct. 10, 1798  Page 2 has an: "Address" prefaced with: "Among the numerous addresses presented to the President few, if any, have been better expressed than the following." signed: James Oliver. This is followed by the President's reply signed: John Adams.

Four pages, two very discrete archival mends inside, great c... See More  

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