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1 Sour Owl: Best of Kansas Humor, Volume XIX, Number 1 (September, 1931)
Lawrence, KS The University of Kansas Chapter of Sigma Delta Chi, National Journalistic Fraternity 1931 Soft Cover Good+ No Jacket 
32 pages, saddle stapled. Covers are well worn with some surface tears and penciled math notes. Contents show light foxing near rear, and a few scattered smudges. Issue remains tight and contents are generally clean. 
Price: 30.00 USD
 
 
2 The Shawnee County Historical Society In Keeping with the Observance of the Kansas Centennial Reviews a Century of Newspaper Publishing in Topeka. Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin Number Thirty-Six (No. 36)
Topeka, KS Shawnee County Historical Society 1961 First Edition Soft Cover Very Good+ No Jacket 
60 pages. Covers show a small stain near center, and edges are a little darkened. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
3 Barrett, Monte [Percy Montgomery] Typed Letter, Signed
San Antonio, TX 1947 Unbound Fine No Jacket Manuscript Signed by Author
Three pages, twice folded with first page letterhead of the writer in San Antonio, Texas; Percy Montgomery "Monte" Barrett, 1897-1949 was a newspaperman, author, and cartoonist who created the comic strip "Jane Arden"; Letter is addressed to Arthur J. Carruth, Jr., editor of the Topeka State Journal, newspaper; Content of letter reminds the recipient of their meeting 19 years previous and Barrett's development and marketing of the Jane Arden comic strip; There is also discussion of the Carruth genealogy, which was his wife's maiden name. 
Price: 100.00 USD
 
 
4 Brisbane, Arthur (Journalist/Editor, 1864-1936) Typed Draft, with Many Hand Written Corrections, of "Today" Column About Vist to Alf Landon's home, Dated December 10, 1935 and Published December 11, 1935 / Photograph of Brisbane at the Typewriter Writing This Column While in Topeka, Kansas
Unbound Good Manuscript 
Approximately eight pages, typed, though several are cut and pasted to make four sheets; Typed draft, with many hand written corrections, for 12/11/35 "Today" syndicated column boxhead titled "Visit to Governor Landon. A Direct, Able Man. You Would Like Him. Presenting Nancy Jo." ; Draft was typed and corrected in the offices of The Topeka State Journal, and there is included an eight by ten photograph of Brisbane at the typewriter; Also included is a newspaper clipping of the published column, as well as file photo copies of all the above; General light wear, though overall clear and intact; Although addressing politics of the day and introducing the Landons to America in preparation for his 1936 presidential bid, there is also much about the very outgoing and sociable three year old Nancy Jo (Nancy Landon Kassebaum Baker), whom Brisbane states "She may be the first woman President." 
Price: 475.00 USD
 
 
Branding Hoover's FBI:  How the Boss's PR Men Sold the Bureau to America, Cecil, Matthew
5 Cecil, Matthew Branding Hoover's FBI: How the Boss's PR Men Sold the Bureau to America
Lawrence University Press of Kansas 2016 0700623051 / 9780700623051 First Edition / First Printing Cloth - Hard Cover New New 
344 pages. New and still sealed in shrink wrap. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
Galley Songs, Collins, Tom (T.C.)
6 Collins, Tom (T.C.) Galley Songs
Kansas City, MO The Journal-Post First Edition Cloth - Hard Cover Good+ No Dust Jacket Signed by the Author
Copyright is 1928. 79 pages. Illustrated by Jo E. Thompson. Signed by the author on half title page. Signed by W. G. Clugston (Kansas newspaper man, author, and publisher, 1889-1966) on front end page. Black cloth spine covers, and orange paper covers over boards. Covers show light soiling and light edge wear. Corners are a little bumped. Scattered wear on covers, though lettering remains bright. Volume remains very tight and intact, and is internally bright and clean. Author was a columnist for the Kansas City Journal-Post, and some of these "Galley Songs" were published in that newspaper. 
Price: 35.00 USD
 
 
Fifty Years of History:  Topeka Typographical Union No. 121, Harris, Dwight Thacher and Clifford V. Souders (Assisted By W. T. Luce)
7 Harris, Dwight Thacher and Clifford V. Souders (Assisted By W. T. Luce) Fifty Years of History: Topeka Typographical Union No. 121
Topeka Capper Printing Company First Edition Soft Cover Very Good+ No Jacket 
No date of publication, though ca. 1932. Number 7 of a limited edition of 500 copies. Highly detailed work on the history of printing in, and around Topeka, Kansas. Numerous photos and ads. Paper covers show light creases along edges, and very light wear at spine ends. 
Price: 135.00 USD
 
 
8 McClendon, Sarah Mr. President, Mr. President! My Fifty Years of Covering the White House
Los Angeles General Publishing Group 1575440059 / 9781575440057 First Edition / First Printing Cloth - Hard Cover Fine Fine Inscribed and Signed By the Author
Copyright is 1996. 288 pages. Author's inscription on title page reads in full: "To ___ _____ ???????? / liked the President I liked most, / John / F. Kennedy, Sarah McClendon 20 ?? 97." Dust jacket is now protected in a clear mylar sleeve. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
9 Rose, O. J. Looking Back Over Fifty Years: Golden Wedding Edition of "Just Ridin' 'Round Stories"
N/P [Lyndon, Kansas] N/P [Lyndon, Herald] 1942 First, Thus Soft Cover Good No Jacket 16mo 
Wonderful little booklet, bound in blue suede paper covers. Mr. Rose was the editor of the Lyndon Herald, and this volume includes reprints of his "Just Ridin' Round Stories" previously published in that newspaper. Also in this volume are photos of the author and his wife, as well as flowers received for their Golden Wedding. Stories are followed by letters of congratulations by such other local editors are William Allen White and Arthur Carruth. Suede covers are a little worn, though lettering remains good. Title page shows a couple of very small stains and a small crease. Page 7/8 shows a half inch closed tear from the outside edge, not affecting text. Volume remains tight and is otherwise very clean and intact. 
Price: 85.00 USD
 
 
10 Shirer, William L. Berlin Diary: The Journal of a Foreign Correspondent, 1934-1941
Norwalk, CT The Easton Press Full Leather Fine No Jacket 
Copyright for this edition is 1991. 605 pages, plus index. Full, black, limp leather covers with gilt stamped lettering. All edges of text are gilded. 
Price: 50.00 USD
 
 
11 Shirer, William L. End of a Berlin Diary (1944-1947)
Norwalk, CT The Easton Press Full Leather Fine No Jacket 
Copyright for this edition is 1991. 369 pages, plus index. Full, black, limp leather covers with gilt stamped lettering. All edges of text are gilded. 
Price: 50.00 USD
 


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