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Foreign Affairs: An American Quarterly Review April 1968 Vol. 46 No. 3, Armstrong, Hamilton Fish [editor]
1 Armstrong, Hamilton Fish [editor] Foreign Affairs: An American Quarterly Review April 1968 Vol. 46 No. 3
Council on Foreign Relations, Inc. 1968 Softcover Very Good No Jacket Softcover 
Very Good Minus Condition: Unmarked. Tight binding. Moderate cover wear. Minor outer soil. Back issue in gray paper wraps copy of Foreign Affairs: An American Quarterly Review April 1968 Vol. 46 No. 3. Hamilton Fish Armstrong, editor. Published by Council on Foreign Relations, Inc., New York. Printed in U.S.A. Pages 425-626. 7-1/8 x 10-1/4 inches, 26 cm.Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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Foreign Affairs: An American Quarterly Review July 1968 Vol. 46 No. 4, Armstrong, Hamilton Fish [editor]
2 Armstrong, Hamilton Fish [editor] Foreign Affairs: An American Quarterly Review July 1968 Vol. 46 No. 4
Council on Foreign Relations, Inc. 1968 Softcover Very Good No Jacket Softcover 
Very Good Minus Condition: Unmarked. Tight binding. Moderate cover wear. Minor outer soil. Back issue in gray paper wraps copy of Foreign Affairs: An American Quarterly Review July 1968 Vol. 46 No. 4. Hamilton Fish Armstrong, editor. Published by Council on Foreign Relations, Inc., New York. Printed in U.S.A. Pages 627-826. 7-1/8 x 10-1/4 inches, 26 cm.Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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Foreign Affairs: An American Quarterly Review October 1968 Vol. 47 No. 1, Armstrong, Hamilton Fish [editor]
3 Armstrong, Hamilton Fish [editor] Foreign Affairs: An American Quarterly Review October 1968 Vol. 47 No. 1
Council on Foreign Relations, Inc. 1968 Softcover Very Good No Jacket Softcover 
Very Good Minus Condition: Unmarked. Tight binding. Moderate cover wear. Minor outer soil. Back issue in gray paper wraps copy of Foreign Affairs: An American Quarterly Review October 1968 Vol. 47 No. 1. Hamilton Fish Armstrong, editor. Published by Council on Foreign Relations, Inc., New York. Printed in U.S.A. Pages 1-210. 7-1/8 x 10-1/4 inches, 26 cm.Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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Bulletin Faculty Edition: Mission: Sesquicentennial and Centenario Vol. 103 No. 4 October 1987 (Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary), Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary
4 Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary Bulletin Faculty Edition: Mission: Sesquicentennial and Centenario Vol. 103 No. 4 October 1987 (Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary)
Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary 1987 Softcover Good No Jacket Softcover 
Good Condition: 9 pages show underlining otherwise unmarked. Intact tight binding. Minor visible cover wear and outer soil. Used soft cover pamphlet type back issue published by the Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary (Austin, Texas) titled Bulletin Faculty Edition: Mission: Sesquicentennial and Centenario (150th anniversary of the formation of the Board of Foreign Missions in 1837, 100th anniversary of the beginning of teh Presbyterian work among Mexican Americans.). Volume 103, Number 4, October 1987. 76 pages. 6 x 9 inches, 23 cm. Included in this issue: All Things New: Foundational Theses on World Mission (Alan E. Lewis); Trends Shaping Global Mission (Clifton Kirkpatrick); Ethical Issues of the Mission of the Church (Ismael Garcia); Looking at the Hispanic Ministry in 1987 (Frank Diaz); The Presbyterian Community in Zaire: from Luebo to Luebo (Gary L. Coppedge); Is Ecumenism Still Possible in Europe Today? (Glen Garfield Williams); Mission as a Context for Preaching (Robert M. Shelton). Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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The American Organist Vol. 36 No. 2 February 2002 (Official Journal of The American Guild of Organists), Baglivi, Anthony [editor]
5 Baglivi, Anthony [editor] The American Organist Vol. 36 No. 2 February 2002 (Official Journal of The American Guild of Organists)
American Guild of Organists (AGO) February 2002 Vol. 36 No. 2 Paperback Very Good No Jacket Paperback 
One magazine back issue used copy in Very Good Condition of The American Organist (Official Journal of the American Guild of Organists), Volume 36, Number 2, February 2002. Front cover shows visible wear and light soil, back cover shows damage from address label, creases, light and moderate soil. Unmarked pages, intact. Articles in this issue include Cesar Franck's Metronome Markings Reconsidered by Ton van Eck, Learn to Improvise in 15 Minutes a Day by Christa Rakich, Assessing Organ Students by Joseph A. Eppink, and more. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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The American Organist Vol. 36 No. 3 March 2002 (Official Journal of The American Guild of Organists), Baglivi, Anthony [editor]
6 Baglivi, Anthony [editor] The American Organist Vol. 36 No. 3 March 2002 (Official Journal of The American Guild of Organists)
American Guild of Organists March 2002 Paperback Good No Jacket Paperback 
One magazine back issue used copy in Good Condition of The American Organist (Official Journal of the American Guild of Organists), Volume 36, Number 3, March 2002. Front cover shows very minor visible wear, back cover shows damage from address label, moderate soil, scrapes, nickel size piece missing at top edge. Unmarked pages, intact. Articles in this issue include Early Service Music by Marilyn K. Stulken, Learn to Improvise in 15 Minutes a Day, AGO National Young Artists Competition Semifinalists, Organ Repertoire for Two Players, George E. Whiting: 19th Century Boston Organist, Gerhard Kraphf: Musician, Organist, andn Composer by Marnie Giesbrecht, Get It in Writing: The Case for Contracts, and more. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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Southern Living August 2013 Special Decorating Issue, Bierman, M. Lindsey [editor]
7 Bierman, M. Lindsey [editor] Southern Living August 2013 Special Decorating Issue
Time, Inc. 2013-01-01 Softcover Very Good No Jacket Softcover 
Very Good Condition: Complete. Unmarked, clean pages. Solid tight binding. Very minor visible cover wear and outer soil. Softcover magazine back issue: Southern Living Magazine August 2013 Special Decorating Issue. The New Guide to Southern Style 189 Tips and Secrets from the South's Prettiest Homes. M. Lindsay Bierman, editor. Published by Time, Inc. (Life Style Group). 152 pages. 8.25 x 10.5 inches, 27 cm. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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Woman's World: The Magazine of the Town and Country July 1934 Volume L, Number 7, Brobeck, Florence [editor]
8 Brobeck, Florence [editor] Woman's World: The Magazine of the Town and Country July 1934 Volume L, Number 7
Woman's World Publishing Company 1934 Softcover Good No Jacket Softcover 10-3/8 x 13-5/8 inches, 35 cm 
Good Minus Condition: Complete. Intact binding. Spine tail split to one inch, Corner at spine head rubbed off. Unmarked. Ruffling and visible stain from liquid contact. Cover illustration appears very good. Outer border soil is moderate. Vintage magazine back issue copy of Woman's World: The Magazine of the Town and Country. July 1934, Volume L, Number 7. Florence Brobeck, editor. Cover artist: Janet Smalley. Woman's World Publishing Company. 34 pages. 10-3/8 x 13-5/8 inches, 35 cm. Articles include: The Devil's Paint Brush by Jennie Harris Oliver, The Golden Pool Mystery Part Four by Lola Jean Simpson, Bobinska and The Prince Chapter Five by Stephen O'Malley, I Can't Eat That! Food Sensitiveness Lurks Behind Many Baffling Diseases by Nina Simmonds Estill, Keep Cool with Electricity by Ellen Jeffrey, and more. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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Cricket The Magazine for Children, Volume 9, Number 7, March 1982. The 100th Issue, Carus, Marianne (editor in chief)
9 Carus, Marianne (editor in chief) Cricket The Magazine for Children, Volume 9, Number 7, March 1982. The 100th Issue
Open Court Publishing Company 1982-01-01 Softcover Used: Very Good Minus. Softcover 
Very Good Minus Condition: Unmarked pages. Address label on cover back side, visible outer soil, minor edge and storage wear, visible wearing at spine head and tail. One copy in paper wraps of Cricket The Magazine for Children, Volume 9, Number 7, March 1982. The 100th Issue. Marianne Carus, editor in chief. LaSalle IL: Open Court Publishing Company. 63 pages. 7 x 9 inches, 23 cm. Emily Dickinson: March (poem), drawing by Eric Hanson; Tomie dePaola: Fin M'Coul the Giant of Knockmany Hill; Jack Prelutsky: Huffer and Cuffer (poem), art by Margot Tomes; Caroline Feller Bauer: Irish Stories, drawing by Jan Brett; Vivian Vande Velde: Salvatore and the Leprechaun, pictures by Kay Chorao; Stephen Corrin: The Giant's Stairs, illustrations by Phil Smith; Jim Murphy: The Fire Carriages, illustrated by Leonard Everett Fisher; Nita Sue Kent: Here's Lucy Mae, Come to Visit, drawings by Shirley Hughes; and more. 
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Keyboard Companion: A Practical Magazine on Early-Level Piano Study Vol. 10 No. 2 Summer 1999, Chronister, Richard [editor]
10 Chronister, Richard [editor] Keyboard Companion: A Practical Magazine on Early-Level Piano Study Vol. 10 No. 2 Summer 1999
Keyboard Companion 1999 Paperback Very Good No Jacket Paperback 
Very Good Condition: Unmarked, tight binding. 0.5-inch tear at lower edge, front cover. Used magazine back issue copy of Keyboard Companion: A Practical Magazine on Early-Level Piano Study. Volume 10, Number 2, Summer 1999. Richard Chronister, Editor. 48 pages. 8-5 x 11 inches, 28 cm. Included in this issue: 1 What do you do about missed lessons? 2 Do you have a multifaceted career? 3 How do you teach the rhythm challenge in Grieg's nocturne Op. 54, No. 4? 4 In what ways do your own early-level piano lessons influence the way you teach? 5 What is the pedagogical legacy of Louise Bianchi? and more. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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Clavier March 2007 Magazine Back Issue, Clavier
11 Clavier Clavier March 2007 Magazine Back Issue
Clavier (Northfield IL) 2007 March Paperback New No Jacket Paperback 
New in original sealed mailing pouch Clavier piano journal,┬áMarch 2007 issue. (Magazine Back Issue) Featured: Canadian Pianist Louis Lortie, 2007 Music Camp Directory, Composition Camp. Clavier, Northfield IL. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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American Music Teacher Magazine June/July 2005, Feldkamp, Kristina [editor]
12 Feldkamp, Kristina [editor] American Music Teacher Magazine June/July 2005
Music Teachers National Association, Inc. 2005 Softcover Very Good No Jacket Softcover 
Very Good Plus Condition: Clean, intact, unmarked, tight. Magazine back issue copy of American Music Teacher: The Official Journal of the Music Teachers National Association, June/July 2005, Vol. 54, No. 5. This issue includes: Essential Skills for Promoting a Lifelong Love of Music and Music Making: Part III, Risks and Rewards; Pedagogical Tools for Preparing and Performing Open Scores; Understanding Piano Playing Through MIDI: Students' Perspectives on Performance Analysis and Learning; Annotated Bibliography on Musician Wellness; and more. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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Children and Schools (formerly Social Work in Education) October 2000 Volume 22, Number 4 Pages 193-256, Franklin, Cynthia G. [editor]
13 Franklin, Cynthia G. [editor] Children and Schools (formerly Social Work in Education) October 2000 Volume 22, Number 4 Pages 193-256
National Association of Social Workers 2000 Paperback Very Good No Jacket Paperback 
Very Good Condition: Unmarked. Tight binding. Minor cover wear and outer soil. Professional journal back issue copy of Children and Schools (formerly Social Work in Education) October 2000. Volume 22, Number 4. Pages 193-256. A publication from the National Association of Social Workers. Cynthia G. Franklin, editor-in-chief. Contributors to this issue: Ron Avi Astor, Ronald O. Pitner, Heather A. Meyer, Lorelei A. Vargas, Tracy Carpenter-Aeby, P David Kurtz, Geoffrey L Greif, Freeman A Hrabowski, Kenneth I Maton, Rita Coombs Richardson, Bill Lee.Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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Social Work in Education: A Journal for Social Workers in Schools July 2000 Volume 22, Number 3 Pages 129-192, Franklin, Cynthia G. [editor]
14 Franklin, Cynthia G. [editor] Social Work in Education: A Journal for Social Workers in Schools July 2000 Volume 22, Number 3 Pages 129-192
National Association of Social Workers 2000 Paperback Very Good No Jacket Paperback 
Very Good Condition: Unmarked. Tight binding. Minor cover wear and outer soil. Professional journal back issue copy of Social Work in Education: A Journal for Social Workers in Schools July 2000. Volume 22, Number 3. Pages 129-192. A publication from the National Association of Social Workers. Cynthia G. Franklin, editor-in-chief. Contributors to this issue: Annette Gerten, Flavio Francisco Marsiglia, Lori Holleran, Kristina M. Jackson, Pamela C. Twiss, Pauline Cooper, Timothy L. Davey, William R. Penuel, Elizabeth Allison-Tant, Andrew M. Rosner, Rowena Fong.Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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National Geographic Magazine April 1983 Vol. 164 No. 4, Garrett, Wilbur E. [editor]
15 Garrett, Wilbur E. [editor] National Geographic Magazine April 1983 Vol. 164 No. 4
National Geographic Society 1983 Softcover Very Good No Jacket Softcover 
Very Good Condition: Complete. Unmarked. Tight binding. Minor visible cover wear and outer soil. Magazine back issue copy of National Geographic, October 1983, Volume 164, Number 4. Wilbur E. Garrett, editor. Official journal of the National Geographic Society, Washington D.C. 6-7/8 x 10 inches, 26 cm. In this issue: 1 The World of Martin Luther: Merle Severy and photographer James L. Amos trace his life. 2 Circling Earth from Pole to Pole: For three years Sir Randolph Fiennes and his Transglobe Expedition forged through the heat and cold of four continents and three oceans to complete the first-ever bipolar circumnavigation. 3 Niger's Wodaabe: People of the Taboo: A rigid code of behavior guides nomads who squeeze a bare subsistence from the fringes of the Sahara. Carol Beckwith records their ritual celebrations and the elaborate male beauty contests that lighten their lives during rainy season. 4 Pitcairn and Norfolk: The Saga of Bounty's Children. Text by Ed Howard, photography by David Hiser and Melinda Berge 6 The Japanese Crane, Bird of Happiness: Text and photographs by Tsuneo Hayashida. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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National Geographic Magazine June 1984 Vol. 165 No. 6 (Map Supplement), Garrett, Wilbur E. [editor]
16 Garrett, Wilbur E. [editor] National Geographic Magazine June 1984 Vol. 165 No. 6 (Map Supplement)
National Geographic Society 1984 Softcover Very Good No Jacket Softcover 
Very Good Condition: Complete. Unmarked. Tight binding. Minor visible cover wear and outer soil. Map appears never opened. Magazine back issue copy of National Geographic Magazine June 1984 Vol. 165 No. 6: Special Double Map Supplement: Japan and Its History. Wilbur E. Garrett, editor. Official journal of the National Geographic Society, Washington D.C. 6-7/8 x 10 inches, 26 cm. In this issue: 1 By Rail Across India: From Pakistan's Khyber Pass to Bangladesh, author Paul Theroux and photographer Steve McCurry travel a monumental rail system, where every day ten million passengers rise trains. 2 India's Railway Lifeline: Railroad historian Michael G. Satow tells the colorful story of Britain's legacy to her former colony. 3 Hagi: Where Japan's Revolution Began: A remote castle town, home of a remarkable teacher-warrior and his disciples, launched the 19th-century revolution that modernized Japan. By N. Taylor-Gregg, with photographs by Sam Abell, paintings by Knuko Y. Craft, and a special map supplement. 4 The Ant and Her World: Each member of this all-female society knows her job and does it. Caryl P. Haskins. 5 Ways of the Ant: Some are hunters and gatherers, weavers, cultivators, and stock breeders. Others are kidnappers, slaveholders, or con artists. Bert Holldobler describes the most successful of the social insects. Paintings by John D. Dawson, illustrations text by Alice J. Hall. 6 Eskimo Hunters of the Bering Sea: Outboard motors, videotape players, and the prospect of nearby oil drilling have not shaken Eskimo dedication to ancestral traditions, as Brad Reynolds and photographer Don Doll discover in Alaska's Toksook Bay. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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National Geographic Magazine November 1984 Vol. 166 No. 5, Garrett, Wilbur E. [editor]
17 Garrett, Wilbur E. [editor] National Geographic Magazine November 1984 Vol. 166 No. 5
National Geographic Society 1984 Softcover Very Good No Jacket Softcover 
Very Good Condition: Complete. Unmarked. Tight binding. Minor visible cover wear and outer soil. Map appears never opened. Magazine back issue copy of National Geographic Magazine November 1984 Vol. 166 No. 5. Wilbur E. Garrett, editor. Official journal of the National Geographic Society, Washington D.C. 6-7/8 x 10 inches, 26 cm. In this issue: 1 American Waterfowl: Troubles and Triumphs: As development gobbles 458,000 acres of wetlands annually, the future of North America's water birds lies ever more in human hands. John Madson surveys management efforts and reports some losses, some gains. 2 Africa Adorned: With a twist of the hair or beads dangling from an ear, the peoples of Africa communicate age, exploits, or marital status. Angela Fisher lived among Africans across the continent for seven years learning this language of body decoration. 3 Icebound in Antarctica: Challenging winter in Antarctica, author David Lewis and crew used their frozen-in ship as a research base, and sea ice as a highway. Despite difficulties, the expedition studied and photographed by anthropologist Mimi George met all its goals. 4 Chocolate: Food of the Gods: Mankind delights in it, woos with it, and profits from it. Gordon Young follows the chocolate road from cacao groves through candy factories to the world of high finance. James L. Stanfield and Sisse Brimberg document the tasty trait. 5 Marking Time in Grenada: A year after Bloody Wednesday, Charles E. Cobb, Jr., and David Alan Harvey find Grenadians looking to an influx of U.S. aid and hoping for a boom in tourism to create the economic base vital to their recovery. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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The Rose: An Evangelical Magazine for Lutherann Awakening April 1997 Volume 4 Number 2, Grindal, Gracia [editor]
18 Grindal, Gracia [editor] The Rose: An Evangelical Magazine for Lutherann Awakening April 1997 Volume 4 Number 2
The Rose 1997 Softcover Very Good No Jacket Softcover 
Very Good Condition: Unmarked. Solid binding. Very minor outer wear and soil. Magazine back issue copy of The Rose: An Evangelical Magazine for Lutheran Awakening April 1997. Volume 4, Number 2. Gracia Grindal, editor. 32 pages. 8.5 x 11 inches, 28 cm.Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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The Rose: An Evangelical Magazine for Lutherann Awakening April 1998 Volume 5 Number 2, Grindal, Gracia [editor]
19 Grindal, Gracia [editor] The Rose: An Evangelical Magazine for Lutherann Awakening April 1998 Volume 5 Number 2
The Rose 1998 Softcover Very Good No Jacket Softcover 
Very Good Condition: Unmarked. Solid binding. Very minor outer wear and soil. Magazine back issue copy of The Rose: An Evangelical Magazine for Lutheran Awakening April 1998. Volume 5, Number 2. Gracia Grindal, editor. 28 pages. 8.5 x 11 inches, 28 cm.Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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The Rose: An Evangelical Magazine for Lutherann Awakening December 1996 Volume 3, Number 6, Grindal, Gracia [editor]
20 Grindal, Gracia [editor] The Rose: An Evangelical Magazine for Lutherann Awakening December 1996 Volume 3, Number 6
The Rose 1996 Softcover Very Good No Jacket Softcover 
Very Good Condition: Unmarked. Solid binding. Very minor outer wear and soil. Magazine back issue copy of The Rose: An Evangelical Magazine for Lutheran Awakening December 1996. Volume 3, Number 6. Gracia Grindal, editor. 28 pages. 8.5 x 11 inches, 28 cm.Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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The Rose: An Evangelical Magazine for Lutherann Awakening June 1996 Volume 3 Number 3, Grindal, Gracia [editor]
21 Grindal, Gracia [editor] The Rose: An Evangelical Magazine for Lutherann Awakening June 1996 Volume 3 Number 3
The Rose 1996 Softcover Very Good No Jacket Softcover 
Very Good Condition: Unmarked. Solid binding. Very minor outer wear and soil. Magazine back issue copy of The Rose: An Evangelical Magazine for Lutheran Awakening June 1996. Volume 3, Number 3. Gracia Grindal, editor. 28 pages. 8.5 x 11 inches, 28 cm.Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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Hammond Times April 1966 Vol. 28 No. 1, Hammond Organ Company
22 Hammond Organ Company Hammond Times April 1966 Vol. 28 No. 1
Hammond Organ Company 1966 Softcover Very Good No Jacket Softcover 
Very Good Condition: Ink stamped notation to front cover otherwise unmarked. Intact stapled binding. Light age toning. 3-hole punched. Minor wear overall. Softcover pamphlet-type issue of Hammond Times. April 1966, Volume 28, Number 1. Published by the Hammond Organ Company, Chicago, Illinois. 15 pages. 8.5 x 11 inches, 28 cm. In this issue: Finger Facility: Have You Any? by Paul Renard; Music in the Methodist Church by Jessie Atkinson; Flute Stops on the Hammond Organ Part 1 by Stevens Irwin; Beginner's Corner by Mildred Alexander; Fun at the Hammond by Orville R. Foster, Record Report; Music Reviews by Porter Heaps; Chord Playing Tips by Ted Branin; Music's Most Memorable Moments: Igor Stravinsky and the Rite of Spring.Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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Sad Sack Comic Book No. 258 September 1977, Harvey, Leon [editor]
23 Harvey, Leon [editor] Sad Sack Comic Book No. 258 September 1977
Sad Sack, Inc. 1977 Paperback Good No Jacket Paperback 
Good Plus Condition: Unmarked. Cover ruffled, other minor storage and handling wear. Solid binding (staple bound). Spine head nicked. Age toning. Minor outer soil. Vintage comic book copy of Sad Sack. Number 258. September, 1977. Leon Harvey, editor. Harvey World. Unnumbered pages. 6-3/4 x 10-1/8 inches, 26 cm. Sad Sack comic stories in this issue: Sad Sack in Blood Story, Sad Sack in Sign of Distress, Sad Sack in Guinea Pig, Sad Sack in Ol' Stumblefoot, Sad Sack in Important Message, Sad Sack in Super Duper Chicken. The Sad Sack was created by cartoonist George Baker (1915-1975).Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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The American Scholar: A Quarterly for the Independent Thinker Spring 1966 Vol. 35 No. 2, Haydn, Hiram [editor]
24 Haydn, Hiram [editor] The American Scholar: A Quarterly for the Independent Thinker Spring 1966 Vol. 35 No. 2
United Chapters of Phi Beta Kappa 1966 Softcover Very Good No Jacket Softcover 
Very Good Condition: Unmarked. Tight binding. Minor cover wear and outer soil. Back issue in gray paper wraps copy of The American Scholar: A Quarterly for the Independent Thinker Spring 1966 Vol. 35 No. 2. The Electronic Revolution. Hiram Haydn, editor. Published by United Chapters of Phi Beta Kappa. Pages 181-392. 6.75 x 9.75 inches, 25 cm.Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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The American Scholar: A Quarterly for the Independent Thinker Winter 1966-67 Vol. 36 No. 1, Haydn, Hiram [editor]
25 Haydn, Hiram [editor] The American Scholar: A Quarterly for the Independent Thinker Winter 1966-67 Vol. 36 No. 1
United Chapters of Phi Beta Kappa 1966 Softcover Good No Jacket Softcover 
Good Condition: Unmarked. Tight binding. Cover shows tear on back in lower left area. Back issue in gray paper wraps copy of The American Scholar: A Quarterly for the Independent Thinker Winter 1966-67. Volume 36, Number 1. Published by United Chapters of Phi Beta Kappa. Pages 14-168. 6.75 x 9.75 inches, 25 cm.Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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Northern Gardener July August 2004 Vol 132 No 7, Kimball, Caitlin [editor]
26 Kimball, Caitlin [editor] Northern Gardener July August 2004 Vol 132 No 7
Minnesota State Horticultural Society 2004 Softcover Very Good No Jacket Softcover 
Very Good Condition: Intact, unmarked, clean. Light label stain showing at front cover. Used magazine back issue copy of Northern Gardener. July/August 2004. Volume 132, Number 8-3/8 x 10-3/4 inches, 28 cm. Published by the Minnesota State Horticultural Society. 45 pages. Articles in this issue include: Second Stories: Arbors, trellises, and pergolas add another chapter to abundant gardens by Susan David Price; The Return of the Native: The wild prairies of yesteryear find new life in modern landscapes by Tom Bittinger; Taking It to the Roof: Charming and conservation friendly, rooftop gardens climb in popularity by MaryAlice Koehne; Water Watchers: Saving our most precious asset helps us all and you can start with your garden by Erika Jensen; Pears: A northern chronicle by Tim King. 
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Alive Now Magazine March/April 2008 The Language of Lament Volume 38 Number 2, Miller, JoAnn Evans [editor]
27 Miller, JoAnn Evans [editor] Alive Now Magazine March/April 2008 The Language of Lament Volume 38 Number 2
Upper Room 2007 Softcover Very Good No Jacket Softcover 
Magazine Back Issue Copy in Very Good Condition of Alive Now March/April 2008, Volume 38 Number 2: The Language of Lament. JoAnn Evans Miller, editor. Softcover. Unmarked, tight binding, clean, minor visible cover wear and outer soil. From the Editor's Note: Our writers have given us snapshots of their yearning to be faithful in trying times of lament. Can it be that the shimmering light of lament, personal and communal, illumines our path into the heart of God? May it be so! Included are articles and poetry by Sherry Nanningo Walker, Mary Eilzabeth Tewksbury, Bernhard Anderson, Mother Teresa, Eli D. Fisher, Ruth Naylor, Beth A. Richardson, Mary Lou Redding, Kathy K. Grow, Roberta Porter, Mary Kay Totty, Linda Watson Owen, William R. Long and Glandion Carney, Ishmael Beah, Yvonne, Riege, Joan L. Napp, Ray Waddle and Kwasi I. Kena. The Upper Room, Nashville TN. 65 pages, 5-3/8 x 8-3/8 inches, 21 cm. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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Alive Now Magazine September/October 2007 Glad and Generous Hearts Volume 37 Number 5, Miller, JoAnn Evans [editor]
28 Miller, JoAnn Evans [editor] Alive Now Magazine September/October 2007 Glad and Generous Hearts Volume 37 Number 5
The Upper Room 2007 Softcover Very Good No Jacket Softcover 
Magazine Back Issue Copy in Very Good Condition of Alive Now September/October 2007, Volume 37 Number 5: Glad and Generous Hearts. JoAnn Evans Miller, editor. Softcover. Unmarked, tight binding, clean, minor visible cover wear and outer soil. Included are articles and poetry by Ann Freeman Price, Suzanne Hockel, Michael D. O Bannon, Reuben P. Job, Vickie Elaine Legg, Anne Kieffer, Gina Lee, Roberta Porter, and more. The Upper Room, Nashville TN. 64 pages, 8-3/8 x 6-3/8 inches, 21 cm. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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Country Living Magazine November 2012: Make It Personal! 108 Easy Ways to Put Your Stamp on Any Room, Miller, Sarah Gray [editor]
29 Miller, Sarah Gray [editor] Country Living Magazine November 2012: Make It Personal! 108 Easy Ways to Put Your Stamp on Any Room
Hearst Communications, Inc. 2012 Paperback Very Good No Jacket Paperback 9 x 10-7/8 inches, 28 cm 
Very Good Condition: Unmarked. Minor cover wear. Solid binding. Magazine back issue copy of Country Living Magazine November 2012: Make It Personal! 108 Easy Ways to Put Your Stamp on Any Room. Sarah Gray Miller, editor in chief. Published by Hearst Communications, Inc. 140 pages. 9 x 10-7/8 inches, 28 cm.Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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Smithsonian Magazine Back Issue August 1988, Vol. 19, No. 5, Moser, Don [editor]
30 Moser, Don [editor] Smithsonian Magazine Back Issue August 1988, Vol. 19, No. 5
Smithsonian Associates 1988 Paperback Very Good No Jacket Paperback 
Very Good Condition: Unmarked. Clean. Tight binding. Very minor visible cover wear and outer soil. Magazine back issue copy of Smithsonian Magazine Back Issue August 1988, Vol. 19, No. 5. Don Moser, editor. Washington D.C.: Smithsonian Associates. 136 pages. 8-3/8 x 10-7/8 inches, 28 cm. Shipping weight 2 pounds: Additional shipping fee may be requested on international order. Articles in this issue include: On the long, long trail of the rail: Fourteen years of tracking culminate in a unique film record of the lives of these bashful birds. By S. Dillon Ripley, photographs by William Burt; Birth of a Salesman: The enigmatic Phoenicians, it seems, invented trade; a stunning new exhibition celebrates their culture. By Dora Jane Hamblin; Was Devil's Island the Worst of the Worst: French convicts were last sent to the infamous penal colony in 1938; survivors recall its horrors. By J.S. Bainbridge, Jr., photographs by Jed Kirschbaum; and more. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! 
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