Category: Journalism, Reporting, News

Sort

Showing 1-3 of 3

Image for Star Reporters And 34 Of Their Greatest Stories. [William Randolph Hearst’s copy]

Star Reporters And 34 Of Their Greatest Stories. [William Randolph Hearst’s copy]

By: Greene, Ward.

Price: $75.00

Publisher: New York, Random House: 1948

Edition: 1st edition

Inscription: Inscribed by author Ward Greene to William Randolp

Seller ID: k190719k

Condition: Very good


1st ed., 8vo, buff cloth. 402 pp. A collection of news stories including peices by such notable and important reporters as John Reed, John Steinbeck, H.L. Mencken, Damon Runyon, and many more. Very good condition in very good dust jacket. Book: A clean, tight copy with practically no wear; no tears or marks. The only defect is a slight discoloration along the edges of the covers and age-toning to the end papers. D/W: is not price-clipped, but has average surface wear and numerous small nicks along edges and spine ends. Inked inscription from Greene to William Randolph Hearst on the front fl... View more info

Image for [Lagerzeitungen] Original German POW Camp newspapers - 3 issues 1945-46

[Lagerzeitungen] Original German POW Camp newspapers - 3 issues 1945-46

By: [Lagerzeitungen] [Newspaper]

Price: $225.00

Publisher: “Rundschau” / Camp Myles Standish: 1945-46

Seller ID: k200301h

Condition: Very good


3 issues of German POW Newspaper “Rundschau” / Camp Myles Standish, Mass. Dec 1945 26 pp.; No. 11 Jan 1946 10 pp.; Jan 26 1946 22 pp. ##### Black mimeograph on newsprint, stapled at left. 8-1/2x11”. News summaries, essays, poems, camp announcements, drawing-contest-winners' artwork, humor and puzzles ##### Condition: very good; toning as expected for pulp newspapers View more info

Image for The Balance and Columbian Repository - Hudson, New York: Mar 20, 1804.  "Ode on Seeing a Negro Funeral"

The Balance and Columbian Repository - Hudson, New York: Mar 20, 1804. "Ode on Seeing a Negro Funeral"

By: [Slavery] Bryant Edwards

Price: $225.00

Publisher: Hudson NY, The Balance and Columbian Repository : 1804

Edition: 1st edition

Seller ID: k200225e

Condition: Poor


Vol III No. 12. 8 pp., 9 1/2 x 11 3/4 in. Possibly the first American printing of the poem “Ode on Seeing a Negro Funeral"by Bryant Edwards, first published in Jamaica in 1792. The ode voices the imagined feelings of slaves as they accompany the body of Mahali to his burying place. They begin by rejoicing in his death as a release ‘from slav’r’s chain and restoration to his native Skies and long lost African homeland.” ##### Also an Article defending Aaron Burr by Aristides [pseudonym either of William Peter Van Ness. a friend of Aaron Burr wdho served as his second in his duel ... View more info