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About Childbirth

By: Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services

Price: $1.00

Publisher: ChanningL. Bete Co., Inc., South Deerfield, MA 01373 U. S. A.: 1989

Edition: 5th or later Edition

Seller ID: 28001

Condition: As New


1992 edition. Pamphlet 37549A-4-89. This was used to educate women in preparation for upcoming childbirth. This was a free pamphlet in 1993 when I acquired it. We have quite a library on childbirth not yet listed, please inquire if you are looking for something. I am listing this for research purposed, and for the historical value it may have. Of all the publications we were offered, this is one of the most succinct. Because it was NOT funded by a large pharmaceutical company or a food producer, it is actually very down to earth and useful. This book does not push formula in your face or try t... View more info

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The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Chapter XIII, The Dickens Suppliment to Harper's Weekly, To Accompany No. 708, Vol., XIV

By: Dickens, Charles

Price: $85.00

Publisher: Harper's Weekly, New York, Saturday July 23, 1870: 1870

Seller ID: 19509

Condition: Fair


Included with BOOK: The Works of Chrles Dickens Unabridged Edition, Volime 1. One full Sheet of Newspaper, four pages of Edwin Drood, Chapter XIII. Water spots, Folded corners, Wear to edges. Paper not broken at creases. Apparently has been tucked into the front of the 1870 book since 1870. Text begins"Miss Twinkleton's establishment." and ends with "And that I devote myself to his destruction." on page four. IF YOU BUY THIS PAPER THE BOOK IS INCLUDED AS PART OF THE PRICE. View more info

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The Works of Charles Dickens, Unabridged Edition, Volume I

By: Dickens, Charles

Price: $85.00

Publisher: P.F. Collier, Publisher: 1870

Seller ID: 19510

Condition: Good


Shelf wear to corners and edges. Yellowing of paper. Binding secure, some cracking of hinges of endpapers. Pages slightly soiled, small tears. none missing, all present. Includes One 4-page Harper's Dickens Suppliment of Edwin Drood from 1870 as well. if you buy this book the paper is part of the price. FOR A FULL DESCRIPTION OF THE PAPER SEE LISTING OF BOOK NUMBER 19509. View more info

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Your Life's In Danger; A Farce in One Act.

By: Morton, John Madison

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Boston, Charles H. Spencer: 1867

Edition: 1st

Seller ID: 44900

Condition: Good: Fragile


7.5" x 4.75", 21 pages plus two pages of advertising List of Publications available in 1867. Play script, used, notes and drawings in pencil, name of previous owner on front cover. Edges worn and some small tears, but considering the age of this little book which is practically ephemera, in good condition. Plot involves gentry and commoners. Our book number 44900. View more info

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Semi-Annual Statement of the Neosho Building and Loan Association, Neosho, Missouri At the close of business on June 30th, 1953

By: Neosho Building and Loan Association

Price: $5.00

Publisher: U.S.A., Neosho Building and Loan Association: 1953

Edition: 1st

Seller ID: 50011

Condition: Near Fine


Found tucked inside a book. Single fold, 3" x 6" folded. Four page faces. Clean as the day it was used as a bookmarker. The Semi-Annual Statement of the Neosho Building and Loan, a type of financial institution glorified in IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE. Brochure states the outstanding Capital, Loans, Accounts, Assets and Liabilities, Officers and Directors. If every financial business were this transparent we would not be in the state we are in today (2012). Offered for the purity and sentimental value as a token of a better time. Our listing number 50011. View more info

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Served to Children Under Twelve Only

By: Powers Restaurant

Price: $25.00

Publisher: U.S.A., Yogg & Co., Newark 5, N.J.: Circa 1956-1960

Seller ID: 1078

Condition: Very Good


Single Fold, card stock Children's Menu from Powers Restaurant in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Menu in good condition, One horn has been folded and straightened. Big strong friendly bull in Rust, black and white. Two-tone lithograph outside, Black printing inside for the menu to be "Served to Children Under Twelve Only," which I can assure you I was the day I brought home the menu. Fried Chicken, Chopped Beef Steak, Pan Fried Steak, Roast Beef, or Jumbo Hamburger Sandwich. All Drinks Extra. Milk .10, Chocolate Milk .15, Ice Tea .15, Coca Cola .15, 7-Up .15. What I wouldn't give today for "Fried Chicken (2... View more info

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Oklahoma's Summer Jewels; Ruby-throated Hummingbirds

By: Womack, Ellie for the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation

Price: $0.25

Publisher: U.S.A., Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, 1801 N. Lincoln, Oklahoma City, OK 73105:

Seller ID: 1056

Condition: Very Good


8 pages, folded brochure. Description of Hummingbirds, Nesting and breeding, migration, feeding, plants to attract the species, and a survey to participate in observing this beautiful bird. Suggestions for helping preserve wildlife in Oklahoma, and a bibliography of available books to buy from the Nongame Wildlife Program in Oklahoma. Our listing number 1056. View more info