Madison, WI, Daily Madison State Journal: 1859
Seller ID: 59429
Nineteenth century (1859) Madison, Wisconsin newspaper. 4 pages (single sheet, folded). The paper is split along the original fold. It has been folded approximately in quarters. Edgewear. Some creasing. A bit age-toned, but it must be decent paper, as it is not too badly toned. Articles include one on the 1859 Wisconsin Republican convention to be held in Madison on August 31, and one covering the Battle of Solerino. Also local news, and many advertisements. ; Vol. 25B View More...
Milwaukee, WI, Lincoln State Bank: 1944
Seller ID: 59436
Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket
8-page stapled wraps. World War 2 era promotional pamphlet published by the Lincoln State Bank of Milwaukee, WI. States "Published Monthly" on the front, but this appears to be the first issue. Address typed at top front. Couple small, fairly faint stains at the bottom front edge. Else somewhat age-toned, but clean. ; Vol. 25B; 9 x 6-1/4"; 8 pages View More...
This consists of a lot of eight newspapers printed in Eau Claire Wisconsin, related to the assassination of John and Robert Kennedy. Includes four issues of "The Eau Claire Leader": Nov 23, 1963; Nov 24, 1963; Nov 26, 1963; & June 9, 1968. Includes four issues of "The Daily Telegram": Nov 23, 1963; Nov 25, 1963; June 6, 1968; & June 8, 1968. The June 8 & 9 issues also cover the capture of Martin Luther King's killer. All age-toned. The Leader issues have edgewear. ; Vol. 25B View More...
Ripon, WI, The Ripon Weekly Press: 1929
Seller ID: 59439
Newspaper souvenir edition published to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Republican Party. Published in the city that claims to be the birthplace of the party. This is printed on a large single sheet (originally) folded once to make 4-pages. It has since been folded in quarters. Some wear along the folds. Fairly faint dampstaining at the top and bottom edges. A bit of edgewear, and a 1/2" tear on the right end of the original fold. Else fairly clean. Apparently printed on decent paper, as there is no much age-toning. Picture of Herbert Hoover on the front page, as Honorary Chairman,... View More...
1873; in wraps. Softcover. Binding is sewn and glued. Ex-Library copy but only library markings are faint pencil numbers on the front cover. Paper covers are soiled, with some staining, and the rear cover is detached, but present. There are several short tears and small chips to the edges. The page edges are soiled / age-darkened. The rear end-blanks are soiled. ; Vol. 24B; 8 x 5-1/2"; 381 pages; Ex-Library View More...