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Petroliana, Automobilia Brought Out Collectors, Bidders

Rare Texaco counter-top display led a caravan of great lots in a special sale held in conjunction with the 'Check the Oil' show.


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VINTAGE MOVIE POSTERS AUCTION NOVEMBER 29-30, 2012 [ DALLAS [ LIVE & ONLINE

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The American Venus (Paramount, 1926). Three Sheet (41” X 81”). HA.com/7060*83501 Realized $35,850

Consigning your vintage movie posters to Heritage Auctions can be a rewarding experience. Our record-breaking successes over the past year illustrate what our 750,000+ online bidder-members can do for you, the consignor. Take a look at these examples and see for yourself why we realize more money for our movie poster consignors than all other auction firms combined. Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man (Universal, 1943). One Sheet (27” X 41”). HA.com/7060*83240 Realized $15,535 The Wayward Canary (United Artists, 1932). One Sheet (28” X 41”). HA.com/7060*83064 Realized $26,290

The General Died at Dawn (Paramount, 1936). One Sheet (27” X 41”) Style A. HA.com/7060*83001 Realized $15,535

Love Before Breakfast (Universal, 1936). One Sheet (27” X 41”). HA.com/7060*83540 Realized $19,120

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INSIDE THIS ISSUE Petroliana, Automobilia Brought Out Collectors, Bidders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Calendar Of Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Appraiser Caroline Ashleigh Joins Heritage As Consignment Director . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 The Power Of Words: Exploring Churchill Through Letters, Speeches, Photographs & More . . . . . . . .10 Papermania Plus Returns The Greatest Show Of Its Kind! . . . . . . .12 Classified Marketplace . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 Advertisors Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22

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Petroliana, Automobilia Brought Out Collectors, Bidders drove the price up, for this flange sign reading “Stop Here and other lots.” for Silver Edge Raybestos Over 200 people Brake Service” boasting great packed the Embassy graphics. It commanded Suites Hotel in Dublin to $4,675. bid on porcelain, tin and A Johnson Sea Horse cardboard signs, globes, Outboard Motors single-sided great display pieces, and tin self-framed sign (“Bailey other examples of gas sta- Service, Inc.”), with sea horse tion and automotive col- logo, 32 inches by 56 inches, Ford Genuine Parts single-sided tin lectibles, all rising stars in rated 8.9 with great color and counter-top (or hanging display) neon the collecting world. shine, brought $3,850; and a sign ($6,050). Telephone and absentee Stanley Garage Door Holders bidding was very brisk, in single-sided tin wood-back An extremely rare Texaco Home Lubricant counter-top dis- fact accounting for a good per- sign (“Hold Your Garage D o o r s play rack made of painted metal, centage of Open!”), rated 9+ on a scale of 1 to 10 for the top lots with great overall condition, sold for $7,425 sold. “Many graphics, at an auction conducted by rated 8, 26 Matthews, Auctions, LLC, based of the top inches by 34 in Nokomis, Ill. The auction was e a r n e r s i n c h e s , Petro Oil Burner, With Early Tanker held on the second day of the were cardGraphics, Rated 8.5, Ssp Sign, m a d e Truck annual Check the Oil Show in board dis30x21 Inches, sold for $4,950. plays and gloss and color. other disThe other was play pieces, a set of 15-inch not signs, lenses in a and that metal globe runs counter Kelly-Springfield Automobile Tires body for to what (Consolidated Rubber Tire) tin Associated we’ve seen embossed sign ($3,190). Green Gold in previous sales,” Mr. Matthews $3,520. Gasoline, with observed. “Display pieces are Two lots original body becoming more and more sought coasted to identiand the display after by collectors and are an up- cal hammer lens, rated 9. prices of A single$3,300. One sided tin was a singleembossed sign sided porcefor Kellylain oval sign Springfield h a v i n g Automobile “Power With / Race Horse Splitdorf Spark Plus (“Pep!”) Tires & Jockey” single-sided cardboard sign with Consolidated Dunlop (tires) Porcelain Flange Rubber Tire, g r a p h i c s great graphics ($2,200). Sign sold for $4,125. 14 inches by 20 (and meant to have neon around the inches, rated 8.75 with good color Dublin, Ohio, just outside of High Motor Oil With Great perimeter), rated 9 with great and shine (marked H.D. Beach Columbus. The Texaco display Ace Car & Airplane Graphics, Co., Coshocton, Ohio), fetched rack was the top lot of the Early Rated 7.75, Sst Embossed Sign, $3,190; and a double-sided tin approximately 420 items of sold for $3,850. tombstone-shaped sign for Reo petroliana and automobilia that Sales & Service, Heavy Duty crossed the block that day. The and-coming category. Of course, Trucks, Safety Buses, 30 inches sign, measuring 12 inches by 13 condition is what matters most. by 20 inches, rated 9, hit $2,970. 1/2 inches by 5 inches, was “the Items rated 8.5 or 9 and above all A Spectral Ford Radio threebest example of this piece I have brought high dollars.” piece cardboard stand-up display, Online bidding was facilitatever sold at auction,” said Dan with great graphics, went for Matthews of Matthews Auctions, ed by Proxibid.com and $2,420. The cardboard easel-back LLC, adding, “Condition is what LiveAuctioneers.com. Following signs measured 61 inches by 40 are additional highlights from inches, 61 inches by 20 inches the auction. All prices quoted On the Cover... and 37 inches by 19 inches. All include a 10 percent buyer’s preRaybestos Brake Service “Stop mium. were rated 7.5-8. Also, a singleHere For Silver Edge” tin flange sided cardboard sign for Splitdorf The second top lot was a sign, rated 8 ($4,675). (“Pep!”) Spark Plugs, 30 inches Ford Genuine Parts single-sided by 22 inches, rated 7.75, changed Very rare Texaco Home Lubricant tin counter-top (or hanging dishands for $2,200. counter-top display rack, painted play) neon sign, circa late 1920s, A Goodyear Service Station metal, rated 9+ ($7,425). rated 8.5 with good color and Boyce Moto Meter With Great porcelain flange sign with tireoriginal neon tubing, switch and Stanley Garage Door “Hold Your Graphics, Rated 7.75, Sst around-the-world logo, 30 inches Garage Doors Open!” single-sided transformer. It knocked down at Cardboard Backed Sign, 27x19 $6,050. In third place was a tin (Continued on page 22) tin sign ($3,520). Inches, sold for $6,050.


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Books From The

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Appraiser Caroline Ashleigh Joins Heritage As Consignment Director ing company, one committed to an expanding role in the world of fine art auctioneering and I look forward to being a part of that growth.” Ashleigh will continue operating Caroline Ashleigh Associates, LLC from her home base in Birmingham, Michigan, using her internationally recognized expertise to bring in consignors and buyers from all over the world. Caroline Ashleigh is a graduate of New York University with a degree in Appraisal Studies in Fine and Decorative Arts, and is a certified member of the Appraisers Association of America. She is an accredited USPAP Appraiser of the Appraisal Foundation in Washington, D.C., and has received specialized training in art crime investigation by the founder of the FBI Art Crime Team. Ashleigh began her career as a member of the educational department staff of the Detroit Caroline Ashleigh. Photo by Holly Qualman. Institute of Arts in Detroit, and

Cranbrook Art Academy in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. She is an experienced appraiser of collections, estates and archives; and has served as an art expert in court cases. She is a nationally known appraiser and became an Antiques Roadshow appraiser in 1997. She has since joined HGTV as an art expert. Caroline Ashleigh has written scores of articles for various

publications and is a published author on art and antiques subjects, and lectures throughout the country on collecting and connoisseurship. To contact Caroline Ashleigh, e-mail caroline@auctionyourart.com or CarolineA@HA.com. To discuss consigning property to a future Heritage auction, call her at (248) 792-2929 or (800) 872-6467, ext. 1934.

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EPHEMERA & BOOK AUCTION WED., SEPTEMBER 5, 2012 AT 10:30 A.M. To be held at Brookline Event Center home of Brookline Auction Gallery, LLC

32 Proctor Hill Road (Rt. 130), Brookline, NH 03033 (603) 673-4474/Web Site

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Preview Times: Tuesday, Sept. 4th 12:00 Noon-8 P.M. and Wed., Sept. 5th 8:30-10:30 A.M. All the items in this upcoming Ephemera & book Auction have been purchased over many years from N.E. homes and stored away for this particular end result. The material was selected not so much for monetary reasons though for interest and subject matter. A wide variety of offerings to include: Thousands of Postcards & books, Trade Cards, Posters, maps & Atlases, Stocks, Bonds, paper money, Photos, sev. Sport cards, & much more misc. Topics Incl.: Postcards: Over one hundred postcard lots incl.: Complete set of DuPont Dogs, Halloween, Santas, Valentines, Black Valley RR Anti-Alcohol Propaganda many artist signed, Advertising, Ships, Real photo, scenics, and a great Napoleon puzzle, etc., etc. Trade cards: Some in albums, Atlases, maps, many Town Histories, Photographs, Print: Entitled, “Black Valley Railroad” Great Central through route, dated 1863 (Anti-alcohol propaganda) by S.W. Hanks, printed by CH H Crosby, Boston, Publ. by “The American Seamen’s Friend Society, NY & Boston, Sheet music, posters, Travel Ephemera. Books: Hundreds of books representing a variety of subjects such as Voyages, & Travels, New England, US & European History, Hunting & Fishing, Gardening, Maritime, Children’s, Fine bindings, travel Guidebooks, Literature, including Ltd. Ed. Club, etc. early Ledgers, etc. etc. Some Examples: Voyages & Travels: Captain Cook’s Third & Last Voyage to the Pacific Ocean, London ca. 1800, The South Pole by R. A. Mundsen, London 1913, Whales, Whaleships & Wharf scenes: Large album with tipped in photos of Whaleships, & Wharf scenes, New Bedford, Mass. 1919, Hunting & Fishing: Farrar’s Illustr. Guide book to Rangely, etc. 1876, w/fold-out map, Notitia Venatica: A Treatise on Fox-Hunting by R. Vyner, London 1847 w/color plates, Maps: Lg. color map of “The New World” by Hassii 1746, & many other early maps & related material, Children’s: Dean’s New book of Dissolving Scenes, London ca. 1860, Oz books, many others, Bindings: DuPont Dogs Powder Adv. Postcards Many decorative sets some signed, Gardening: Ferns, British & Exotic by E.J. Lowe, London 1761, 2 Vols. w/ many color plates, Ledgers: 4 handwritten by G. Makepeace, Sailmaker, Boston, Mass. 1797, 6 19th cent. NYC Firehouse ledgers, H&L Co. #19 & Engine Co. #42, Early Newspapers: Early Irish newspaper “The Scourge” An anti British newspaper, 1866 Number 1 Prospectus, Early documents incl. Colonial era, Early letters incl. Civil War & Western Frontier, Magic collection: Large coll. of magazines, catalogs, and apparatus, some early spiritual, all circa 1900-present. 1960-70 printed Art by Leroy Neeman & Peter Max, plus more interesting material. 603-673-4474 www.brooklineauctiongallery.com E-mail info@brooklineauctiongallery.com 15% Buyer’s Premium for Visa/MC, discounted to 12% for Cash or Check w/2 Forms of ID “ALL ITEMS SOLD “AS-IS, WHERE-IS” / “ALL SALES ARE FINAL” MA Lic.# 1704 NH Lic.# 2177 Auctioneer: RONALD PELLETIER CAI, GPPA Certified Professional Appraisals Daryl Pelletier NH Lic. #5038 Kathryn Pelletier NH Lic. #4020 MA Lic. #3032

Halloween Postcards Ellen Clapsaddle Boston Red Sox 1912 World Series

Cats Postcards

Baseball Cards

Fox-Hunting 1847

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Leather Bindings

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Capt. Cook’s Voyage Ca. 1800 Oz Child’s Book

Norumbega Park Broadside

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The Power Of Words: Exploring Churchill Through Letters, Speeches, Photographs, & More Nobel Prize for Literature in 1953 for his contribution to the written and spoken word, Churchill became an icon of the post-war age, an internationally recognized leader admired throughout the free world.

“Churchill: The Power of Words,” on view through September 23, at The Morgan Library & Museum in New York City, brings to life the man behind the words through some sixty-five documents, artifacts, and recordings, rang-

Winston Churchill, 1941. © Estate of Yousuf Karsh. Final page of The Truth about Hitler from Strand magazine, 1935. Courtesy of the Churchill Archives Centre, Cambridge, Churchill as a young officer, and the Estate of Winston S. circa 1895 Churchill Additional Papers, WCHL 4/41. Courtesy of Churchill. ing from edited typescripts of the Churchill Family.

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It is difficult to describe another specific, single event … and, the celebrations that surrounded it … that for a period of time captured the attention of the world population as did the entering of the new Millennium. As the clocks and calendars turned around the world, people celebrated! It spawned a new collecting area … worldwide - thousands of different types of items produced in many different countries. This offering consists of three parts: The largest known inventory of millennium collectibles in the U.S. nearly 2,000 items (1,993), including some duplication.

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College, University of Cambridge, as well as from Churchill’s house at Chartwell in Kent, which is administered by Britain’s National Trust. “In the dark days and darker nights when Britain stood

Millennium Collection for Sale

CLEVELAND POSTCARD and PAPER SHOW

Features Postcards, Paper, Photographs, And Everything Ephemera

his speeches to his Nobel Medal and Citation - to excerpts from his broadcasts made during the London blitz. Items in the exhibition are on loan from the Churchill Archives Centre at Churchill

This package also includes “The Millennium Collectors” internet collecting club; and, the website: millenniumcollectors.com including all associated software. Complete list of inventory is available upon request. Sales price for total package subject to negotiation. Shipping not included. Inventory located at

GAITHERSBURG, MARYLAND

301.926.8663/ info@amres.com

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Sir Winston Churchill (1874–1965) is considered by many historians to be among the finest orators and writers of the twentieth century. His speeches galvanized Great Britain at its darkest hour during World War II, and his letters to President Franklin D. Roosevelt were instrumental in building support for the war effort from the United States, the country of Churchill’s mother’s birth. Awarded the


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I SEND OUT PERIODIC SHEET MUSIC & MEMORABILIA AUCTION LISTS:

at Brimfield Acres North

BRIMFIELD PAPER & POSTCARD MARATHON ❖ THREE GREAT SHOW WEEKS IN 2012 ❖

• Movie • Broadway & Revue • Irving Berlin • Rag, Jazz, & Blues • Also Buying Any of the Above Paul A. Riseman 2205 S. Park Ave. Springfield, IL 62704 Phone: (217) 787-2634 FAX: (217) 787-0062 Or email me at:

FREE ADMISSION (Except on Tuesday) (On Tuesday Field Show Day - WE OPEN AT 1 P.M.)

THE POST CARD & EPHEMERA CENTER BRIMFIELD ACRES NORTH FIELD on Rte. 20 West end of Brimfield, Mass. toward Palmer Modern Indoor Space (Heated & Air-Conditioned) Featuring Supplies for Dealers & Collectors, Price Guides, Postcards, Trade Cards, Old Books, Stamps & Postal History, Maps, Magazines, Posters & Prints, Advertising Items, Antiques Smalls And All Types Of Printed Ephemera

PROMOTED BY JOSE L. RODRIGUEZ

Dealer Space Available for July & Sept. Shows

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For more info, directions, dealer inquiries, etc. Phone: (203) 592-0192 • E-mail: cartophilians@sbcglobal.net

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Which Can I Send You?

NEW OPENING TIME **10 A.M.** CLOSING **6 P.M.** DAILY

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Papermania Plus Returns The Greatest Show Of Its Kind! producer and an avid collector himself, “Papermania is a fun show for new collectors, old nostalgic collectors and serious collectors who are young at heart.”

Marilyn Monroe exhibit of movie magazines, books, postcards, posters and dolls of the luminary Hollywood star will be available, amid the comics and related items of memorabilia at Papermania Plus.

Buy Back a Memory continues to be the show theme. Gipstein continues, “A show of this sort is like an invitation to

POSTCARD & PAPER SHOWS

an old fashioned swap session...you know, the kind where kids (and adults) have “Tradesies” for a chance to pick up a Topps Baseball Card of Ted Williams or a movie star Dixie Cup premium of Katherine Hepburn.” You can also search for a mint copy of the first Superman comic book, an 8” x 10” glossy of Marilyn Monroe or Civil War picture, WWII insignias and combat ribbons. There are stereo view cards, stock certificates and many kinds of eccentricities of interest to everyone. And on Sunday only, August 26, there will be free appraisals of

up to 5 items, in all categories, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. On Sunday only, senior citizens and college students with ID cards will be admitted free. Unique paper collectibles like family games, postcards, and prints or rare books are available at this show and prices can start as low as fifty cents and climb to $5,000. Popular are any items bearing the likeness of Mickey Mouse and other Disney characters. Political buttons, posters, bumper stickers are available from George Washington to the present. Movie star and comic (Continued on page 21)

HEROES & LEGENDS Check Out Our Web Site

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It’s all here, in Hartford, Connecticut. The 62nd antique paper show known as Papermania Plus. It’s all about memorable items and documents, nostalgia, postcards, rare books, photography, movie star posters and old collectibles - just to mention a few. This extravaganza is scheduled two days, August 25 and 26 at the XL Center, in Hartford, Connecticut. Considered the largest show of its kind in the Northeast, Papermania Plus boasts the finest grouping of more than 150 quality dealers from throughout the east coast states, Michigan, Ohio and Canada with the “hottest” collectibles around, from A-Z: Advertisements, Beatles, Comics, Disney, Elvis and framed prints to maps, magazines, rare books, stamps, sheet music, tins, vintage valentines, world war ephemera and advertisement signs. It’s the largest show of its kind, running continuously since 1976, at the same location, the Hartford XL Center. Says Gary Gipstein of Wethersfield, Connecticut, show

www.Heroesandlegends.net Or Write For A Free Catalog Of Autographs

18034 Ventura Blvd., Encino, CA 91316

ST. LOUIS GATEWAY POSTCARD CLUB 37TH ANNUAL SHOW

SHOW HOURS: 10 A.M.-4 P.M. FREE ADMISSION

Saturday, August 18, 2012 Cincinnati, OH Hugh Watson American Legion Post 530 11100 Winton Road, Green Hills, OH

Saturday, August 25, 2012 Greater Lansing, MI Okemos Conference Center 2187 University Park Drive, Okemos, MI

LABOR DAY WEEKEND FRIDAY, AUG. 31, 2012 - 10 AM TO 6 PM SATURDAY, SEPT. 1, 2012 - 9 AM TO 4 PM

(between the Holiday Inn Express and Comfort Inn at Exit 110 Okemos Rd.)

Saturday, November 10, 2012 Metro Detroit Knights of Columbus Hall 870 N. Main Street, Clawson, MI

Wally Jung S751658

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WANTED:

LEHIGH VALLEY POSTCARD CLUB

BASEBALL COLLECTIBLES! For over 30 years no one has consistently helped more sellers realize more money for their quality BASEBALL MATERIAL than Robert Edward Auctions. Offering an unparalleled tradition of integrity, knowledge, and professionalism, and an extraordinary national client base. We specialize in the very best in BASEBALL COLLECTIBLES. If you don’t check with us before selling – you won’t know what the market will bear. Let us tell you what we think of your baseball collectibles. We offer complete auction services, as well as free appraisals and comprehensive information about your material. We will not try to buy your material. We are not dealers. We are strictly an auction house – with unparalleled integrity, knowledge and experience in the field. We will give you the information you need to make the most intelligent decisions regarding your significant and valuable baseball material. When Barry Halper, the world’s greatest baseball collector, sold his legendary collection, he insisted that Robert Edward Auctions oversee the historic sale of his Twenty-Six Million Dollar Collection. Robert Edward Auctions offers the largest circulation of any auction devoted to sports collectibles in the world. Robert Edward Auctions always has millions of dollars available at a moment’s notice specifically for cash advances. We specialize in the very best in all areas of baseball collectibles. This includes:

Baseball Cards Babe Ruth Items Tobacco Cards Uniforms Lou Gehrig Items

• Buttons • Autographs • Documents • Display Pieces • Gum Cards

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2012 PLAINFIELD TOWNSHIP FIRE CO. 6480 SULLIVAN TRAIL, RT. 115 WIND GAP, PA 18091 9:00 AM TO 4:00 PM ADMISSION ONLY $3.00

EARLY BIRD BUYING FEE ONLY $10.00 8 TO 9 AM

• Photographs • World Series Items • Pre-1900 Baseball • Posters • ETC., ETC….

CONTACT JOE KOVACS GOTCARDS@VERIZON.NET

ROBERT EDWARD AUCTIONS

DEALER TABLES SPACE CALL: 908 339-8136

P.O. Box 7256, Watchung, NJ 07069

NORTH OR SOUTH ON PA RT. 33

800-766-9324

TAKE EXIT RT. 512 FOLLOW ARROWS TO SHOW

www.RobertEdwardAuctions.com

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23rd ANNUAL POSTCARD SHOW & SALE

Merrimack Valley Antique Bottle Club 38th Annual Lowell Antique Bottle Show and Sale

THE COLUMBUS PAPER, POSTCARD, & BOOK SHOW

Sunday, September 30, 2012 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Early Buyers 8:00 a.m. Early Buyer Admission - $15 General Admission - $3 Children under 12 Free

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DS OHIO STATE FAIRGROUNAVENUE, H 17T E. 717 , ING RHODES BUILD 43211 $ Person Per 0 General Admission: 6.0 $ dv. 1.00 OFF w/A

Lowell Elks Club 40 Old Ferry Rd., Lowell, MA

COLUMBUS, OHIO

Check Out

www.auctionfyi.com or Facebook For More Information

, OHIO 43017 P.O. Box 1961, DUBLIN ail.com Columbuspapershow@gm Phone #614-206-9103

For information contact: Cliff Hoyt - 978-458-6575 Maureen Crawford - 978-897-7327 Or visit our web site for: Maps, Directions, Dealer Contracts, Discount Coupons & more at: choyt48.home.comcast.net/mvbc.htm Catered Lunch

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80 Dealer Tables with Bottles, Postcards, Advertising and Collectibles Free Appraisals, Free $20 Door Prize Drawings S746582

graphs, Features Paper, Postcards, Photomera Books And Everything Ephe

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Indianapolis Postcard Club

POLITICAL COLLECTION

Postcard and Vintage Paper Show

For Sale HUGE PRESIDENTIAL AND POLITICAL MEMORABILIA INVENTORY FOR SALE

Our Lady of the Greenwood School (gym) 399 South Meridian Street

No reproductions. 90% is 25 years old or older. Inventory ranges from the unusual and rare to the common. Duplicates of many items and includes items not inventoried. Includes campaign buttons, inaugural, books, glassware and china, posters, brochures, political jewelry, original press photos with captions, autographs, convention passes, 3-D campaign novelty items, bumper stickers, 3rd party, cause, locals, labor items, medals, postcards and much more. General inventory available upon request. Totals over 50,000 items. Sale price for total package subject to negotiation. Shipping not included.

October 6, 2012 10:00 - 4:00 Admission: $1.00 For More Information:

Kent Clady - 317-966-5302 kclady@ol-g.org

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Show Date and Time

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Inventory located in GAITHERSBURG,

Greenwood, Indiana 46143

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Philip Weiss Auctions www.weissauctions.com

Join us in September for 3 Great Sales!!! THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13TH, 2 P.M.: Stamps, Coins, and Postcards

Original S.S. Normandie First Class Chair

This Sale Will Feature Collections & Accumulations From Many Estates, Including Several Large US Accumulations Loaded with Mint Sheets and Plate Blocks, a Number of Lots from the Original FDR Sale, Better Sets and Singles From US and Europe, Collection of Russian Stamps, Another Installment of the Great Lakes Collection. Massive Estate Accumulations of Postcards with Approx. 50-100,000 Postcards in All Categories with Strength in Holidays and Artist Signed Cards as-well-as City and States. Collection of Kirchner Postcards, Trade Cards, and Other Paper Ephemera. From the Chicago Collection lots of Czarist Period Postcards, Special Reference Material and More. Incredible Single Owner Archive of College Postcards, Silks, and Leathers to be Offered as a Collection. Coins and Paper Currency with Estate Accumulations of Gold and Silver Coins, US Currency and Group Lots of Paper Ephemera. Please Continue to Check Our Website for Updates.

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14TH, 2 P.M.: Hollywood, Rock ‘n Roll, Transportation, & Ocean Liner

Album Of Fantastic Halloween Postcards

Hollywood with more Material from the Lester Glassner Collection and Additional Collections including Box Lots of Photos & Negatives, Large Collection of Movie Posters 1⁄2 Sheets, One Sheets, Inserts, and Larger, Rock ‘n Roll including an Incredible One-of-a-Kind Painting by the Beatles while they were in Tokyo in 1966. The Painting is titled “Images of a Woman,” and is Signed by All Four Members. There is a Great Story Behind this Painting Which Can Be Found on the Internet. Also included will be Posters, Handbills, Tickets, Ephemera, Etc. Fantastic Archive of Letters Relating to the “Conception of Bad Boy Entertainment” which includes TLS by Bert Padell, Contract Termination of Biggie Smalls from Uptown Records Signed by Andre Harrell & Christopher Wallace (Biggie), Escrow Agreement Signed by Sean Combs, and More. Offered Separately will be (6) Tupac Shakur RIP Hand Cards, and (4) Original Crime Scene Photos of the BMW that Tupac Was Shot in, and Much More. Ocean Liner, Transportation, & Americana including a Rare First Class Chair from the S.S. Normandie, more material from the Bushnell Estate and Kulukundis Estate featuring Paper Ephemera, Prints, Photos, Souvenirs, Models, Books, etc. Please Continue to Check Our Website for Updates.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15TH, 10 A.M.: Toys, Trains, Pressed Steel, Playsets and More

Tin European Train Station

This Sale Will Feature Part 2 of the “Finger Lakes Collection” which includes Fresh to the Market High End American and European Trains and Accessories including European Stations, American Flyer, Lionel, Marklin, Bing, Ives, and Other Important Makers. Another installment of HO Brass Engines from the Kozsey Estate, from a Washington Estate a large collection of HO Trains, “G” Scale LGB, and more. Collection of Pressed Steel Trucks, Marx Playsets, and a Selection of General Vintage Toys including Lehmann, Schoenhut, Tin Litho, Lunch Boxes, Model Kits, Board Games, and much more. Please Continue to Check Our Website for Updates.

VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT

WWW.WEISSAUCTIONS.COM

Beatles Images Of A Woman Painting, Signed By All 4

Lionel Blue Comet Set

VIEWING DATES & TIMES Mon. 9/10 Noon -5 P.M., Tues. 9/11 Noon-8 P.M., Wed. 9/12 Noon-8 P.M., Thurs. 9/13 Noon-End of Sale, and Fri. 9/14 Noon-End of Sale Weekend Viewing Available by Appointment, Please Contact Us Absentee & Phone bidding is available on our website, and live internet bidding is available at Proxibid.com and Auctionzip.com For more information, call 516-594-0731 15% Buyer’s Premium Added to Each Lot Purchased Directly Thru the Gallery, 20% Buyer’s Premium Thru Proxibid & Auctionzip. Payment M/C, Visa, Amex, Cash. 2% Buyer’s Premium Discount on Invoices Paid in Full with Cash, Money Orders, or Pre-Approved Checks. CALL OR E-MAIL US TO ADD YOUR MATERIAL TO THESE OR ANY FUTURE AUCTIONS 1 Neil Court, Oceanside, New York 11572 Phone: 516-594-0731 • Fax: 516-594-9414 E-mail: Phil@weissauctions.com

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WANTED:

WANTED

LEGAL EXECUTIONS IN THE UNITED STATES PHOTOGRAPHS - AUTHENTIC PICTURES OF ACTUAL U.S. EXECUTIONS - POSTCARDS - REAL HANGINGS SHOWING GALLOWS LINE DRAWINGS - FROM VARIOUS NEWSPAPERS, ETC. (NO - Foreign executions. Pictures of guy on trial, or looking through cell bars, or walking down halls, etc. No famous execution such as Lincoln Conspirators, Wirz execution and so forth. No toys, comics, non-authentic stuff and movie related materials.)

MILITARY, MOTORCYCLE, AIRCRAFT, DIRT TRACK RACING PHOTO ALBUMS SCRAPBOOKS, LOG BOOKS & WRITTEN HISTORY ALSO INTERESTED IN SINGLE PHOTOS, NEGATIVES AND SLIDES

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OUTSTANDING BOOK AUCTION

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2012 AT 12 NOON

NOTE: This is part of a large Estate Auction beginning at 8:30 A.M. with

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Please Note that ANY complete albums or groupings with interesting subject matter may be of interest

LEWIS L. LASKA Attorney At Law 901 Church St., Nashville, Tennessee 37203-3411 Telephone: 615-491-2928 Fax: 615-255-6289 E-mail: llaska@verdictslaska.com

1900-1970

Just call toll-free

1-800-607-5419

HUNDREDS of BOOKS including: Civil War; large collection of Abraham Lincoln; LOTS of Americana; early school text; several books signed by author including: General Beauregard Vol. 1 & 2; Lee’s Lieutenants Vol. 1-3; Jefferson Davis: Ex President from the Confederate States Vol. 1 & 2; Lee’s Lieutenants: Manassas to Malvern Hill, Cedar Mountain to Chancellorsville, & Gettysburg to Appomattox (all w/dust wrappers); History of the Fifth West, VA Cavalry and Battery; The Underground Railroad by William Stille; Southern Decoys of Virginia and the Carolinas by Henry A. Fleckenstein; Penna.: Report on the Resurvey of the Mason and Dixon Line; & MUCH, MUCH MORE. LIVE AUCTION of BOX LOTS of BOOKS to START AT 12 NOON. CATALOGUED BOOKS TO FOLLOW. ABSENTEE BIDDING AVAILABLE ONLINE AT

WWW.HURLEYAUCTIONS.NET

FURNITURE - ANTIQUES PREVIEW WED. EVE, September 19, 2012: 5-7 P.M. & AUCTION DAY 8:30 to NOON COLLECTIBLES & MORE Phone: 717-597-9100 or 301-733-3330 or At HURLEY AUCTIONS, 2800 Buchanan Trail E., Toll Free 866-424-3337 17225 E-mail info@hurleyauctions.com Directions: From I-81 Exit 5 go E. 3 mi. on Rt. 16, auction

GREENCASTLE, PA

Matthew S. Hurley Lic. AU-003413-L WWW.AUCTIONZIP.COM ID#1023 WWW.HURLEYAUCTIONS.COM

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on right. Hurley Auctions is pleased to offer at public auction, an OUTSTANDING COLLECTION of BOOKS from the Estate of Mr. & Mrs. Charles O. ‘Jack’ Burns of Greencastle, PA, avid collectors for many years!


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FOR SALE

TV/ MOVIE TIE-IN paperbacks/ hardbacks. Many old favorites. Check it out, couch potatoes! Mark Simpson, 123 St. George’s Avenue, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada P6B 1X4.

BOOKS ON EUROPEAN and Asian Royalty. Free price list. Lee Poleske, PO Box 871, Seward, AK 99664.

BRITISH FRESH WATER Fish 2 volumes leather bound by Rev. W. Houghton, beautiful color prints & protective pages. Contact sherrimere1017@aol.com with offer. HARDBACK BOOK SALE send large self addressed stamped envelope for list to James Holloway, 2131 Rheem Ave., Richmond, CA 94801.

TV GUIDES OVER 120 copies 1960-1999; Mostly from early 1940’s. Complete list available, 301-926-8663, info@amres.com

COUNTRY STORE: BOXES, Signs, Tins, Misc., Products, WWII, Bottles, Cowboy, Comics, Trading, Cards, Stock Certificates, Postcards at genuine wholesale prices. Tom Polansky, PO Box 1728, Buellton, CA 93427.

160 COMICS! $40 Postpaid! All new, bagged assortment! No duplicates, all different! 90% DC and Marvel! Feduniewicz, Box 237, Calvin, PA 16622. Don’t Delay! Order Today! 1940’s-1970’s COMIC BOOKS for sale- 50,000+ wide selection, strict grading, reasonable prices. Request 60 page old Comics catalog, with $3 (outside U.S. $6). Mightymags.com PO Box 22916 St. Petersburg, FL 33742 or view online www.mightymags.com 1993, 1994 X-MEN issues #300 to 312, mint, cardobard and plastic covers. 940-692-1686. Bud Reynolds, 2730 Shepherds Glen, Wichita Falls, TX 76308-5242.

10,000+ MONSTER, SCI-FI, Horror, Satire, Comics, more. Strict grading, reasonable prices. Request 28 page magazine catalog with $2 (outside U.S. $5) MIGHTYMAGS.COM PO box 22916, St. Petersburg, FL 33742 or view online www.mightymags.com LATE 1800’S TO early 1900’S magazines: Fashions, Farming, Music and more. McCall, Holland, Delineators, Etude, and more. Magazine advertisements, vintage and Coca-Cola, call 512-627-4063.

MISCELLANEOUS COUNTRY STORE items for sale, over 2,000 items, 20 page list send $3. Tom Polansky, Box 1728, Buellton, CA 93427. PAINTED LADIES IS now located in the Adamstown Antique Mall, Rt 272, Adamstown PA. Large collection of antique paper, advertising items, magazines, catalogues and other fun items. Come, browse, enjoy!

DISCOUNTED COMIC BOOKS: BLB, Newspapers, Comicstrips; Pulps; Paperbacks; Hardbacks; Movie-TV; Life, Look, Post, misc. Send SASE plus 50¢ per list. Indicate desired lists. Above also bought. G.Rauch, 148 East St., Lore City, Ohio 43755, thrillingmemories.com

HARPER’S WEEKLY INVENTORY for Sale. Nearly 400 pages of Harper’s Weekly publication with noteworthy illustrations, 1861-1864. Each page in an individual sleeve with cardboard backing. Overall quality very good. Complete list available. 301-926-8663, info@amres.com

READER’S GUIDE TO Periodicals- 44 volumes 1905 thru 1941 and March 1957 thru Feb. 1985 cond.: Early ones are in VG-Fine cond. and later years are in Mint cond., great reference, $650, + postage, 207-633-2426.

HEEYY, COLLECTORS! COMICS! DC’s, Marvel, Dell, Gold Key, Japanese Manga, TV tie-ins, etc. Mark Simpson, 123 Saint George’s Ave, Sault Sainte Marie, Ontario, Canada P6B 1X4

VINTAGE MAUD HUMPHREY Art for sale. Outstanding quality, rare framed & unframed prints. Complete books & calendars, much misc. All over 100 yrs. old. Wendy Hoffman Gallery 702-839-9999, wendysart@aol.com

HARDCOVERS, MAGAZINES, PULPS, Comics, etc. Science Fiction, Fantasy, Mystery, Horror, etc. 1,000s. Reasonable prices. Free Search. JS, 1500 Main Ave., Kaukauna, WI 54130, mikequal@sbcglobal.net

ADULT GIRLIE MAGS. Private collection spanning 50’s - present. Many titles, Celebrities, most N.Mint, Must have want lists. Reasonable prices. Looking for those rare girlie mags? I have them! Al Nazario, #12P 400 W. 43rd St, NYC, 10036 or call 212-868-9203 al.nazario@yahoo.com

AUTHENTIC AUTOGRAPHS CELEBRITY signed Photographs, cards, posters, books & more. Send for Free Sample Catalog to Star Shots, 5389 Bearup St., Port Charlotte, FL 33981.

MISC. HARD BACK Books for Sale, reasonable- Mystery, Sports, Western & also Childrens. Free list available. Fred Skupenski, 3016 Wallace St., Lower Burrell, PA 15068.

NEW! KOVELS’ ANTIQUES & Collectibles price guide 2013 accurate, up-to-date $27.95 plus $4.95 S&H kovelsonlinestore.com or write Kovels, PO Box 22900, Beachwood, OH 44122. PAPERBACK BOOKS- BUY/ Sell. Adult, Vintage, Mass Market. SF, Fantasy, Horror, Detective, Spy, Western, Beacon, Midwood, Monarch. SASE for information. Chris Eckhoff, 98 Pierrepont St., Brooklyn, NY 11201 PAPERBACKS FOR COLLECTORS and Readers. All genres. Low prices. Free lists. Cris Kocher, Books, 534 Meigs St., Athens, GA 30601. SEND FOR FREE Lists: Auction and Sale. Vintage paperbacks, Digests, Pulps, Comics, Mens magazines, BLB’s. Wally Pattengill, 825 Pecos Dr., Waco, TX 76708.

WANT LISTS FILLED!!! ENTERTAINMENT AND NONSPORT CARDS Send your Want lists and S.A.S.E. to:

CAR AND TRUCK Ads from Old Magazines, reasonable prices. Carl King, 59 Adams Ave., Everett, MA 02149, 617-387-1826.

CHILDREN’S BOOKS COLLECTION for Sale. Over 200 children’s books, many from the early 1900’s. A few are magazines. Condition ranges from very good to poor. Some great illustrations. Complete list available. 301-926-8663 info@amres.com

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SELLING MOVIE, TV, Miscellaneous Magazines, Soundtracks, Movie Memorabilia, Some Clippings. Request Your Favorite Star, I’ll Search. SASE Required. Joe Bianco, 157 Center Ln, Levittown, NY 11756.

OPERA NEWS TREASURE of History and Entertainment 322 issues 1971-1992 plus 40 issues Washington Opera incl. Vol 1 #1 plus 16 misc, 99% mint, $225 S&H. Ron Berkheimer call 386-441-7344.

AUTOGRAPH COLLECTION CLEARANCE Vintage Hollywood, Sports, Playbills, Presidents, Civil War, Military, Space, Books, World Leaders, Steel Engravings, Newspapers. Want Lists! Odlaw Sellers, Grafton, MA 01519 AUTOGRAPHS FOR SALE: FREE bi-monthly list available. Also buying. Mike Hirsch, 11 Philips Mill Dr., Middletown, NJ 07748, 732-787-1202. AUTOGRAPHS-FREE CATALOG from Heroes & Legends 18034 Ventura Blvd., Encino, CA 91316. AUTOGRAPHS: HOLLYWOOD and Rock & Roll. FREE CATALOG from Heroes & Legends. 18034 Ventura Blvd #204, Encino, CA 91316, phone 818-342-2800. We also buy autographs.

F R E D KOT S A B O G A N PO Box 5156 Long Island City, NY 11105-5156 Phone: 718-626-0068 M-F 2-8pm.

WANTED 1920’S, 1930’S Movie Magazines, must be excellent condition, especially interested in magazines with Valentino, Harlow, Crawford. John Diesso, 224 Union St., Schenectady, NY 12305.

5162 WASH. DC Map 1941 AAA Reprod. 11x17 $5 + 2 S&H. 5623 Mountville Rd., Adamstown, MD 21710, tomimccabe@comcast.net

PURPLE HEART MEDAL with deluxe presentation case, also Bronze Star Medal both genuine, reasonable. Normand Vigeant, Apt. 8-G Munroe Terr., No. Dartmouth, MA 02747.

ORIGINAL MOVIE POSTERS, 1,000’s to choose from; one sheets, lobby cards, etc. Jim Zicopula, 166 Woodridge Lane, Lino Lakes, MN 55014. 651-483-9809.

VINTAGE MOVIE STILLS 1910’s-1940’s Classics, Disney, Horror, OZ, E. Flynn, T. Power, G. Garbo, Fairbanks Sr., Bogart, Cagney. Cheap! Autographs Too! Want Lists! Odlaw Sellers, Grafton, MA 01519.

1900-1930’S 78 RPMS Sheet Music books, magazines, celebrity postcards, fanzines, song folios, theatre programs, early radio. Dave Reiss, PO Box 2109, Seaford, NY 11783. CHECK OUR WEBSITE www.therecordalley.com, or email tallyho5@verizon.net for music of the 50’s-80’s & over 700 listed. Ebay username oldiesandmore

19TH CENTURY, NEARLY 50 newspapers from the 1800s. Many represent the entire edition. coverage of political conventions, emancipation, slavery, Civil War news, woman’s suffrae, prohibition, Andrew Johnson’s impeachment... Complete list available, $180. 301-926-8663, info@amres.com


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SPACE EXPLORATION, 100 newspaper headlines relating to astronauts, cosmonauts, walk on moon, John Glenn... Mostly 1960’s some from late 1950’s. Usually complete first section. complete list available. $150. 301-926-8663, info@amres.com

COON CHICKEN INN RESTAURANT MENU (Closed In 1951) 6x81⁄2 Figural Menu $15, 2/$22.

FOR SALE 1/2 Dimes $15 each, uncut sheet of 4 $1 bills $15, 73 Indian cents $65 postage extra. White, 1586 Lloyd White Rd, Clover, SC 29710.

COON CHICKEN INN DRINKING GLASS: 4” Tall, Nigro Man’s Head, $15.

MIXED WHEATS (5) $3 and LSASE, (5) Pre1960 Nicks $2 + LSASE, (5) Forg. coins $3 + LSASE. W.D. O’Brien, 5 Helena Dr., Broad Brook, CT 06016.

FRUIT LABEL COLLECTION, 19201965, a nice assortment of ladies, kids, animals, race cars, scenes, etc. (we retail for $5 Ea.) 100 Asst./$35.

DOLLAR STORE PRICES for Sports items, specify wants from magazines, digests, guides, programs, tickets, photos, cards. Bill Domenico, 520 West Orchard St., Hammonton, NJ 08037-1325.

LUCKY STRIKE GREEN PINUP ADVERTISING CALENDARS, 1939, 11x14”, 2 Diff., Pair $18. 1940 GAS STATION PINUP GIRL CALENDARS, 51⁄2x11” for Phillips 66, Flying “A” & Union 76, 3 Diff., $21. GENERAL STORE LABEL COLLECTION, 1900-1960, misc. products: Syrups, extracts, nerve tonic, tobacco, honey, Negroes, soda, etc., 100 Asst., $12. 1930s WHISKEY LABELS, Golfer, Trains, Airplanes, Scenes, 100/$12. FRENCH WINE LABELS - 1920-1950, Many Nicely Illus. 100/$12.

CASEY JONES, RAILROAD Man, Railroad Unit. Join, learn about collecting trains on stamps. Get info. free sample newsletter. Write CJRRU PO Box 18615, Rochester, NY 14618.

GAS STATION PINUP CALENDARS, 1940-5064, 7”x14”, Mobile, Texaco, Shell, Etc., 12 Diff., $75.

QUALITY LOTS, COLLECTIONS U.S., Foreign for Sale for Collectors, Trader, Dealers. Free Lists. Claude Held, 63 Colden Ct., Buffalo, NY 14225. caheld@roadrunner.com

PAPER EPHEMERA LOT, 1890s1960s, Misc. Cards, Checks, Letters, Valentines, Folders, Labels, Railroad, 100 Pcs./$10.

SELLING GRANDFATHERS WORLDWIDE covers collection, advertising to WWII included 200/ $68. Worldwide Embassy covers 100 for $65. Victor Schwez, 10519 Casanes Ave., Downey, CA 90241.

EAST COAST RR STOCK CERTIFS., 10 Diff., $15, 50 Asst., $55.

WORLDWIDE STAMPS 100 $1.25; 250 $2.95; 500 $7.95; 1,000 $15.95; 2,000 $35; 3,000 $60. Dwight Chamberlin 1108 Chamberlin Hill Ext., West Sand Lake, NY 12196

Send $3 for our wholesale catalog, over 2,000 items: Antique advertising, Store products, Labels, WWII, Stock certificates, Comics, Postcards, Calendars, Booklets, Tins, etc.

Postage Extra Please STOCK CERTIFICATE A.C.GILBERT Co., 100 shares, 1954, brown border, no vignette, Security Banknote Co., vg, $240. Paul Fiumara, 8394 Curiosity Ct., Walkersville, MD 21793-7845, 301-845-8393, littlegoldenbooks@verizon.net

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LOTS OF STUFF; Old Sports Cards; 1900 to 1950’s Baseball Autographs; 1930’s Movie Star Autographs; Coins; Postcards; Stamps; D.R. Roch, Box 2101, Painesville, OH 44077.

SEND YOUR NAME for Ephemera List (fixed Prices)- not Auction to: George Perron, Box 135, tiverton, RI 02878. List your main interests, tel. #, email, postal address.

50 POSTCARDS USA or Foreign used/ unused, $15 postpaid, my choice. Irene Brockmann, 27 Ward Rd., Hardwick, NJ 07825, 908-362-6730, Thank You.

SPORTS, HOLLYWOOD, World War II, 1930’s-1950’s magazines, books, and ephemera items. John Cole, 4146 Whittner Dr., Land O Lakes, FL 34639. 813-996-3584, colejm1938@aol.com STEEL ENGRAVINGS COLLECTION 1850’s Presidents, Signers, Supreme Court, Civil War, Authors, Cabinet, Revolutionary, Europe. Ready to frame. Cheap! Want Lists! Odlaw Sellers, Grafton, MA 01519. WANTED ANY PAPER items relating to Camp Shanks New York circa 1944. Send photo copy and price to Bill Peters, PO Box 1621, Sandwich, MA 02563.

COCA-COLA RARE PAIR (2) family size, embossed 26 oz. bottles from 1950’s. Same height as qt. $27.50 including postage for both. Ole Bill PO Box 15357 Phoenix, AZ 85060.

FREE LIST of many Collections. Being unpacked for sale soon, from several estates. Huge selection approximately 100 categories. SASE to Good “Ole” Bill, PO Box 15357, Phoenix, AZ 85060-5357. SWIZZLE STICKS over 50yrs. collecting from all over the World, unbelieveable different types, sizes, & colors. Sold only in quantities of 1,000, please make reasonable offer. Ole Bill, PO Box 15357, Phoenix, AZ 85060.

“FOR PETE’S SAKE” old postcards, airplanes, court houses, post offices, WWII, Libraries, R/R depots, ships, 85 categories, Vincent Peterson Jr., 815 Olde Hickory Rd. Apt. 215, Lancaster, PA 17601-4956.

COMPANY PRODUCED FARM Tractor Postcards. Send copys & price to John Cole, 506 Red Wing Ave, Kenyon, Minnesota 55946. FREE LIST. SEND for sales list of assorted lots of topics and foreign and state views. Gary Radtke (PACM), 11415 Green Ridge Dr., Waynesboro, PA 17268 HAVE TOPICAL VIEWS Postcards, send want list and SSAE to Robert Page, 25 Lexington Ave., Brattleboro, VT 05301. LARGE VARIETY OF Postcards 1906-2000, all in excellent condition, kept in postcard album. Some embossed, scenic, pictures of people, etc. Write to A. Eisenbart , 427 Kansas Ave., Stratton, CO 80836. SERIOUS COLLECTOR? LET Me Help! 1000’s of Vintage Postcards send wantsDiscounts! Approvals gladly sent- Steve Schmale, 6303 Thornburgh, Foresthill, CA 95631, outweststeve@ftcnet.net Thanks! SMALL POSTCARD COLLECTIONapprox. 120 cards, a little of everything (from 50-90yrs. old). Nice assortment from everywhere. $29.95 includes postage. Ole Bill, PO Box 15357, Phoenix, AZ 85060.

DON’T FORGET PULPFEST 2012 August 9 thru August 12 see PULPFEST.COM for more info, new location same good time. Plan now to attend.

WANTED THE NOTORIOUS ASHLEY Gang by Stuart, Hix C Lucie publishing 1928, any condition. Don Munro, 25 Richards Street, Worcester, MA 01603.

OLDPOSTCARDS.COM- Topical USPOSTCARDS.COM- Views of 50 States WORLDPOSTCARDS.COM- every country in the world. alan@oldpostcards.com 719-622-6722

WANTED INDIAN TERRITORY and Okla. territory items such as postcards, checks, tokens, letter heads and advertising items. Dale Ennis, Box 14, Coalgate, Okla. 74538.

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BOOKS, PRINTS, MAGAZINES, Postcards, Stamps, Militaria related books. Volga German journals- set of 5- unique hand written 1912-1925 includes related photos rarthur978@aol.com 717-293-8141.

1939 NEW YORK World’s Fair 10 Cards; Card Advertising J.I. Case Threshing Machine Co. Steam Engine; 1996 Olympic Gymnastic Barbie. Edmunds, 1421 Hickory Rd., Chatham, VA 24531.

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ITALIAN ROYAL FAMILY, original captioned Press Photos. King Victor Emmanuel; Queen Mother of Italy; the Perfect Queen; Princess Mary’s wedding to Viscount Lasoelles, 16 photos total. Mostly from 1920’s. Most 5”x7” or slightly larger, good condition. Complete list available. 301-926-8663 info@amres.com

COON CHICKEN INN ASHTRAY, 31⁄2” Diam. Glass, Negro Man’s Head. $12.

MATCHBOOK COVERS over 50yrs. collecting from all over the World, unbelieveable different types, sizes, & colors. Sold only in quantities of 1,000, please make reasonable offer. Ole Bill, PO Box 15357, Phoenix, AZ 85060.


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WORLD WARS ONE and Two Aviation Literature: Buy, Sell, Trade. Unit Histories manuals, biographies, recognition items. Howard levine, 12 Ivy Lane, Seekonk, MA 02771.

THOROUGHBRED HORSE RACING Programs, pins, passes, books, older items only. Gary Medeiros, 1319 Sayre St., San Leandro, CA 94579 pharlap2@aol.com

WANTED SAMPLE SIZE or Small (less 6” height) Laundry Washing Powder Boxes. Linda Seeley, 721 Marrow St., South Hill, VA 23970 or 434-447-6311 leave message.

WANTED POPEYE, 1930’S Paint Books, Little Big Books, Comic Books to 1943, etc. Good to fine condition. Jim Eyler, 400 S. Main St., Elmer, NJ 08318.

WANTED: ANY EARLY Sporting Magazines, Catalogs, Paper. Outdoor Life, Field and Stream, Northwestern Sportsmen, Outer’s, Outer’s Recreation. Gary Koelbl, 1815 Orchard Lane, Oshkosh, WI 54902.

WANTED- RICHARD ALLAN, Richard Hylton, Scott Marlowe, Mary Castle, Faith Domergue, Barbara Payton, Elaine Stewart, Julie Adams. Louise Bianco, 157 Center Lane, Levittown, NY 11756

BODYBUILDING MAGAZINES: Muscle, Joe Weider, Arnold Schwartznegger, Catalogs, Booklets. 1940’s to 1970’s. Muscle Builder, Mr. America, Bob Hoffman, plus others. Call 516-449-6915.

BUYING SATURDAY EVENING Post, Time, Life, Look, Collier’s, Movie Magazines, LHJ, Fortune, etc. 954-803-7544 or email oldevintagemags@aol.com MAGAZINES WANTED PRE-1970: Life, Look, Saturday Evening Post, Collier, Time. Also: Men’s, fashion, auto, movie. Condition not important, but must be complete. Herb Hoffman, 1350 Monroe Street, Hollywood, FL 33019. 954-925-8472 modernc@gate.net

WANTED PRE-1940 FARM Machinery Calendars, Tractors, Steam Engines, Threshers, etc. Ron Deming, Box 207, Franklin, MINN 55333, 507-557-2194.

ILLUSTRATOR ARTWORK BUY/SELL RAFOX Parrish Gutmann Delongpre Goodwin, Prints, Calendars, Pin-up Art, Armstrong, Elvgren, Vargas, Petty, Ammo-Art, Yard longs Hawaiiana, 702-839-9999, Wendy Hoffman Gallery, 5233 Sandy Cactus Lane, Las Vegas, NV 89149. WOODBLOCK PRINTS WANTED- Color or B&W. Extraordinary prices for works by Dow and Provincetown Printers. Free illustrated want list. Steven Thomas, Inc., Dept. PACM, Box 41, Woodstock, VT 05091. Phone/ Fax: 800-781-8028. e-mail: stinc@sover.net

WANTED: PRESIDENTIAL & Other Historic Autograph Material. Pages of History, PO Box 2840, Binghamton, NY 13902. 607-724-4983

WANTED ILLUSTRATED CALENDARS 19001959 Hunting/ Fishing, Pinups, Indian Madens, Children, Florals, animals, also calendar company salesman sample books Brown & Bigelow, TD Murphy. Email or call Wendy Hoffman Gallery wendysart@aol.com 702-839-9999.

1930’S-50’S BUBBLE GUM Cards, showing Airplanes, Pirates, Baseball, G-Men, Superman, Indians, War, Tarzan, Tobacco Cards. Vin Minner, 21 Boulevard Rd., Cedar Knolls, NJ 07927, 973-267-3132. ALL NON-SPORTS CARDS: Tobacco, Coffee, Candy, Gum, Bread cards wanted. Other old cards too. Good prices and friendly transactions. Alan Miley, 2403 Sugarberry, Reston, VA 20191-2727. 703-391-9156, a.miley@verizon.net

WANTED: U.S. POSTMARKS on Postcards and Covers. DPOs, RPOs, Ships, Doanes, Expos, etc. Anything interesting. What do you have? Jim Mehrer, 2405 30th St., Rock Island, IL 61201. email: mehrer@postal-history.com

LOOKING FOR OLDER photographs and memorabilia of closed Illinois Amusement Parks (Kiddieland, Fairyland, others) also of 80’s Chicagofest at Navy Pier. Contact us email only: webmaster@outernetweb.com WORLD WAR II ration items wanted: forms, books, tokens, checks, articles, etc. Describe carefully. Price or ask for offer. Lee Poleske, Box 871, Seward, AK 99664.

FOREIGN PAPER MONEY wanted in any condition and quantity. Same day check. World Wide Notaphilic Service, Box 5427PM, Vallejo, CA 94591

DAKOTA, SOUTH DAKOTA stereoviews, postcards, photographs, ephemera for history book project. bobkolbe@gmail.com 605-332-9662, Bob Kolbe, 1305 S. Duluth, Sioux Falls, SD 57105.

WANTED PRE-1960 RADIO • WIRELESS • TV TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH Books, Magazines, Paper Items & Catalogs Single Items or Collections

Bequaert Old Books P.O. Box 775 • Fitzwilliam, NH 03447 603-585-3448 • info@beqbooks.com

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U.S. MILITARY DECORATION “Certificates” to any decoration. Keohane, 15 Hidalgo Ln. PSL, FL 34952, 772-785-9732. Also paying your price for military insignias, patches, wings, uniforms, etc.

OLD TRANSPORTATION TICKETS, U.S. Pre1930 from Trolley, Railroad, Bridges, Ferry, Tollroad, Omnibus, Stage, Horsecar, Railway, etc. Dan Benice, PO Box 5708, Cary, NC 27512.

ARM AND HAMMER Bird Cards, eighth series on earlier, David Anderson, 1843 W. Lunt Ave., Chicago, IL 60626. BREAD, BAZOOKA & Baloney Gum, any kind. War, Elvis, Gilligans Island, Davy Crockett, Mars Attacks, Laugh-In, etc. any pre-1975 title wanted. Walt Meder, P.O.Box 640, Downers Grove, IL 60515. 630-379-1947 Email: walt@waltmeder.com

BASEBALL TICKET STUBS Wanted from the 1970’s and 1980’s. American League teams only. Date on ticket. (Details) Tim Newsom, 34 Waterside Lane, Clinton, CT 06413-2141. 860-669-9914, ctimski@aol.com

RED ROSE TEA/ Blue Ribbon Coffee cards: “Butterflies of North America,” 48 card set from Canada. David Anderson, 1843 W. Lunt Ave., Chicago, IL 60626.

SPORTS CARDS AND other sports related items. Publications, pins, pennants, tickets, etc. Pre-1975. Philadelphia items especially wanted. Ellis, 158 Stratford Dr, Philadelphia, PA 19115, 215-934-5618 TIRED OF EBAY? Sell your Sports Cards and Memorabilia to a Collector. Ken Domonkos 848-448-4709, kdomo22951@aol.com

STAMPS, POSTCARDS, COINS, Currency, Autographs, Historic Documents. Bought & sold. Especially Jewish-theme, anti-semitic material from 1933-1945. Free Appraisals. Est. 1955. Bick International, PO Box 854pac, Van Nuys, CA 91498 iibick@sbcglobal.net 818-997-6496, fax 818-988-4337.

ANTHONY LAPAGLIA WANTED: ALL TYPES OF MOVIE AND TV MEMORABILIA. PRESS PHOTOS, IN PERSON PHOTOS, CLIPPINGS, MAGAZINES, ETC. CHERIE HUNT 23055 ENADIA WAY, WEST HILLS, CA 91307 (818) 294-3764 CHERIEHUNT@EARTHLINK.NET

COLLECT SEALS? Why Not? Join the Christmas Seal Society. Write- PO Box 18615, Rochester, NY 14618. Send $2 for sample journal with interesting & informative articles.

PRIVATE COLLECTOR LOVES old stock certificates & bonds (US or Foreign). Early items preferred. Send prices with photo copies and descriptions. Write: Collector, PO Box 27, Harrisburg, PA 17108-0027. SAGUACHE COUNTY COLORADO Mining, Stocks, Letters, Tokens, Postcards, email copies with prices to muphan@verizon.net

TOBACCO CARDS WANTED: Birds, generals, fish, baseball, boxers, skaters, posters, albums, premiums. Email what you have. Keith snoopy1955@comcast.net

A BERKSHIRE COUNTY Collector wants these towns Hinsdale, Hoosac Tunnel, Mill River, Peru, Otis, Richmond, Southfield, Becket. J. Rupinski, 170 Cheshire Rd., Pittsfield, MA 01201. ANYTHING PERTAINING TO Actual Crimes, Victims, Suspects, Police, Lizzie Borden, Black Dahlia, Winnie Judd, Gracy, Rosenbergs, Capone. Tal Kanigher, 1847 N. Fairview, Burbank, CA 91505, 1-818-848-6469. AUTOGRAPHS, BANNERS, POLITICAL pins, leathers, baseball cards, sports memorabilia music, comics, wanted. Highest price paid. Write: Stan Block, 128 Cynthia Rd, Newton, MA 02459. CARNIVAL, CIRCUS, FREAKS, Sideshow, Fairs, Amusement Parks, Coney Island, Nude Photos, Fireworks, Girlie Pinup Magazines, Auto Thrillshow. Nostalgia Enterprises, Box 300, Lockport, NY, 14095. 716-433-9418. CATHOLIC HOLY CARDS. Protestant Bible lessons, lace cards, scripture cards, paper icons. Brent Devitt, 35 Hawthorne Glen, Beavercreek, OH 45440. 937-238-0183. I COLLECT MATCHCOVERS. Do you? If so I’d like to hear from you. Joe DeGennaro, 309 E. 87th St. Apt 6E, NY, NY 10128, jdegennaro45@gmail.com I WILL PAY at once for Jazz, Blues, Rag, Doo Wop, Rock N Roll, Western Sheet Music, Photos, Posters. Fast Reply! “Collector”, 18330 Wards Ferry Rd.- SP29, Sonora, CA 95370. MATCH COVER COLLECTORS Why not join 1,000s of others in this fascinating & inexpensive hobby? Write RATHKAMP Match Cover Society, C/O Terry Rowe, Box A 1509 S. Dugan Rd., Urbana, OH 430789209 or check www.matchcover.org

I PAY MORE for Stamp and Coin Collections ok to contact your dealer, then call or write 972-351-4878, Franklin 715 Delphi, Duncanville, TX 75137-3841.

NANTUCKET ISLAND POSTCARDS, Ephemera Wanted. Better cards, albums, collections, approvals welcom. Seeking early, quality. Scott Waldie, 41 Hooper Farm Rd., Nantucket, MA 02554, swaldie01@comcast.net

TRAINS ON STAMPS become a collector, learn more. Join the Casey Jones RR Unit. Write for information, free news letter: CJRRU, POB 18615, Rochester, NY 14618.

ONE-ROOM SCHOOLHOUSE WANTED. Teacher collects, photos, postcards, student work from old rural schools. Fuhro, 419 East Third Ave., Roselle, NJ 07203. 908-241-7829.


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PRE-1925 NEW MEXICO Photographs and paper especially Belen and Los Lunas and John Becker and Huning related. Bill, PO Box 753, Peralta, NM 87042. Thanks. WANTED CASINO COLLECTIBLES- OLD NEVADA POSTCARDS REAL PHOTO, MATCHBOOKS, SLOT/ KEY CARDS, TOKENS, CHIPS OR ADVERTISING PAPER, FRANK, 702-382-4774, 2024 FONTANA AVE., LAS VEGAS, NV 89106. WANTED DIONNE QUINTUPLETS and Margaret O’Brien postcards or other paper or non-paper items pertaining to them. Lois Helen Brown, 154 W 500 S, Peru, IN 46970-7621. 765-473-3983. WANTED NEWSPAPER AND Magazine articles from the 1980’s about Exercise Classes taught by screen actresses. Don Schmieden, 221 Scott Street Apt. 737, Wausau, WI 54403. WANTED POSTAGE CURRENCY Denominations of 5¢, 10¢, 25¢, 50¢. Bill Kiel, 2835 W. Liberty Rd., Reynoldsville, PA 15851. WANTED PRE-1930 FLOWER, vegetable seed packets, unused, empty or full, especially Huth Vegetable American only. Norm Lehr, 1603 Mt. Salem Lane, Wilmington, DE 19806.

MODEL AIRPLANE AND Aviation Collectibles wanted: Books, magazines, kits, engines, accessories. I buy estates. Aeroindex, PO Box 1135, Cheshire, CT 06410. 203-250-0720 Aeroindex@cox.net PAYING BIG $$$$$ for Pre:1945 Gas Station Items, Car Accessories/Manuals, Maps, Stamps, Postcards, Airmail, Arrowheads, Telephones, Radios, Telegraph, Advertising, Woodworking Tools, Zeppelins, Disney, Sports, Silverware, Wallace Nutting, Erotica, Toys, Autographs, Buttons, Rookwood, Roseville, Weller, Glass Vases, Scientific, Medical, Railroad, Military, Astronaut related items. Quote everything! Call Walt: 631-581-6435 POST’S RAISIN BRAN Globetrotter Patches: 1949 cloth patches of country, state, city features- 44 in all. David Anderson, 1843 W. Lunt Ave., Chicago, IL 60626.

WANTED TATTOO ITEMS Traditional Folder 270 & Folder Boog 130 printed by MediatriendsItaly call John 508-668-0397

CONEY ISLAND POSTCARDS. Dan Pisark, 2232 Brigham st. Apt 6K, Brooklyn, NY 11229-6127.

www.paperandadvertisingcollector.com BOOKS AND POSTCARDS relating to Michigan and Wisconsin Copper and Iron Mining. Robert Fox, 1235 N. Westfield Street, Oshkosh, WI 54902 ZEPPELIN POSTCARDS FOURTEEN Different Continental size, unused, includes Ferdinand Von Zeppelin portrait $20 postpaid. No Credit Cards. Terry’s, 5944 Longview Rd., Harrisburg, PA 17112-3131.

NJ REAL PHOTO POSTCARDS & Better NJ Picture Postcards Wanted. Approvals welcome, I pay postage. Jim Lindemuth, 94 Mt. Carmel Way, Ocean Grove, NJ 07756. 732988-8686. OHIO REAL PHOTO Postcards Wanted Mansfield, Ashland, Shelby, Belville, Butler, Lucas, Lexinton, Mifflin, xerox copies please. Helen Sackman, 1592 Timber, Mansield, Ohio 44905, 419-589-9502. PUERTO RICO WANTED: postcards, photos, stereoviews, books, stamps, coins, letters, maps. Prompt payment. Personal collection. Jose A. Sierra, PO Box 374, Camuy, PR 00627-0374. UTAH REAL PHOTO POSTCARDS, early and scarce printed cards, trade cards, concert/ posters and handbills, photos, maps, ephemera, rare Utah or Mormon. Ken Sanders ken@dreamgarden.com WANTED REAL PHOTO Postcards Vermont, send on approval. Carroll, PO Box 7, Northfield, Vermont 05663.

BADGES WANTED FROM Railroads and Casinos. Also Chicago Police and Fireman Badges. Mel Arndt, 551 Huntington Commons Rd., Mt. Prospect, IL 60056, 847-956-6652.

CHURCHILL (Continued from page 10)

alone - and most men save Englishmen despaired of England’s life - he mobilized the English language and sent it into battle.” - John F. Kennedy, April 9, 1963 The physical and intellectual heart of the exhibition is Churchill’s own voice, as recorded in some of the broadcasts that were received in the United States, and as set out on the page in his own annotated speaking notes. The exhibition highlights a number of the speeches that he made between October 1938, when Hitler began to dismember Czechoslovakia, and December 1941, when Pearl Harbor brought the United States fully into World War II. Churchill’s broadcast to the United States on October 16, 1938 was made from the political wilderness, as he no longer held high political office in Britain, but is a powerful articulation of the need for the United States to become more engaged in Europe and to play a

AIRLINES & AIRPORT chrome cards, esp. domestic, published during the 1950s & 1960s, a permanent want. Armen Avakian, 4560 Pinehollow Ct, Apt 170, Indianapolis, IN 46254, 317-298-8913.

role in containing Hitler. It is also a clear statement of the power of words and ideas: “They [the dictators] are afraid of words and thoughts: words spoken abroad, thoughts stirring at home - all the more powerful because forbidden -

Handwritten letter from King George VI to Churchill on the death of Roosevelt, April 14, 1945. Courtesy of the Churchill Archives Centre, Cambridge. © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

WANTED: POSTCARDS FROM Prairie Depot, now called Wayne Ohio. Call 419-288-2912

terrify them. A little mouse of thought appears in the room, and even the mightiest potentates are thrown into panic.” Churchill became Prime Minister on May 10, 1940, the very day that Hitler launched his blitzkrieg offensive against France and the Low Countries. Within weeks, France had fallen, and Britain was facing the possibility of invasion. Churchill’s speeches during the aerial Battle of Britain and the German bombing campaign known as the ‘blitz,’ were composed and delivered at a time of extreme national emergency. Yet Churchill’s words were carefully chosen to deliver several messages simultaneously: maintaining British morale, while also sending a message of hope to occupied Europe, a message of defiance to the enemy, and an appeal for help to President Roosevelt and the people of the United States. Churchill’s speech of September 11, 1940, is a dramatic example, and reaches across the years to another, more recent September 11. His response to the blitz bombing

POSTCARDS WANTED: CZECHOSLOVAKIA, not Prague: Austria, not Vienna; Germany any smaller city Gruss Aus; Pozdrav & Eastern Europe. All before 1929. Approvals welcome. Penny Kleinman 516-921-0184 or email: pennykleinman@gmail.com WANTED BETTER POSTCARDS, old paper from Minn., N. Dakota. Paul Schultz, 19425 Woodland Acres., So. Pine City, MN. 55063. WANTED! RT.66 PICTURES or Postcards featuring Autos, Trucks, Campers or Buses from 1927 to 1947 only! G.McGrath, PO box 608, Cuba, MO 65453 email gmac1932@live.com call 314-225-7009.

I AM ALWAYS looking for Mining related Postcards and books. Write with information Robert Fox, 1235 N. Westfield St., Oshkosh, WI 54902. POSTCARDS EPHEMERA AUSTIN, Lansing Minnesota Mower County Halloween non red Santas. Higgins Books, 17929 538 Ave., Austin, Minnesota 55912. WANTED HORSE, DISNEYLAND, Knott’s Berry Farm, Postcards. Named Horse Cards. Have want list. marcia@ntin.net Approvals wanted. Marcia Miner, 5962 Michael Rd., Sanger, TX 76266. 940-458-7322. WANTED NORTH DAKOTA Postcards, Books, Calendars, all memorabilia for resale. Write or call S.G. Spangler, 528 2nd Ave. N.W., Jamestown, N. Dakota 58401, 701-252-8458.

of London, which had begun two days earlier, was to invoke British history in order to send a personal message of defiance to Hitler, stating, “It ranks with the days when the Spanish Armada was approaching the Channel” and, “He [Hitler] hopes by killing large numbers of civilians, and women and children, that he will terrorize and cow the people of this mighty Imperial city, and make them a burden and anxiety to the Government, and thus distract our attention unduly from the ferocious onslaught he is preparing. Little does he know the spirit of the British Nation.” The documents on view provide a unique insight into the development of these great speeches, from the first heavily annotated typescripts to the final speaking notes, set out in a blank verse format that enabled Churchill to achieve the memorable rhythm, emphasis, and phrasing of his speeches and broadcasts. Churchill’s typed speeches served as a promptcopy for his performance, and in these documents one can see (Continued on page 21)


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and 76th Street, at a time when traffic was still two-way on Fifth. For Churchill the accident meant a hospital stay, a lecture tour postponed, and a long recovery. Yet he turned it to his advantage, writing some newspaper articles on what it was like to be run down, and securing a doctor’s prescription, on view in the exhibition, for alcohol - for medicinal purposes - at the height of prohibition! In March 1946, Churchill came to New York fresh from having delivered his famous “Iron Curtain” speech at Fulton, Missouri. It is now largely forgotten just how controversial that speech was, criticizing the Soviet Union, with whom the United States and Britain were still allied, so soon after the end of the Second World War. Churchill was forced to defend his remarks in the address he gave at the Waldorf Astoria, and found himself on the receiving end of both a ticker tape parade and some protest demonstrations. Ultimately, however, Churchill was and is feted in New York and in the United States. He was the first foreign national to be accorded U.S. Citizenship by Act of Congress (though Lafayette had gained his Citizenship as a result of its award by several States, ironically for fighting the British). The exhibition will feature

Churchill’s grant of Citizenship, signed by President Kennedy in April 1963, and the accompanying passport, which Churchill was not able to use before his death in January 1965, but which is finally making its triumphant homecoming. The exhibit includes a display of approximately sixtyfive key documents and artifacts, with particular focus on his own writings and the ways in which he used the power of words in his political, literary, and personal life to underpin his career, to engage with the United States, and to mobilize international opinion against fascism in the 1930s and 1940s, and communism in the 1940s and 1950s. Bloomsbury Publishing Plc is launching the comprehensive online collection of the Churchill Papers of nearly a million pages. For this important exhibition, Bloomsbury has available a selection of the Churchill documents free of charge as part of its launch. See: www.churchillarchive.com.

Letter from Dr. Otto Pickhardt approving Churchill’s use of alcohol, January 26, 1932. Courtesy of the Churchill Archives Centre, Cambridge.


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