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Image for Our Presidents

Our Presidents

By: Alka-Seltzer

Price: $6.99

Publisher: Alka Seltzer: 1934-01-01

Seller ID: 010832

Condition: Used: Very Good Vintage.


Used vintage small pamphlet copy in Very Good Vintage Condition of Our Presidents published as a promotional pamphlet by Alka Seltzer. Containing advertisements for Alka Seltzer products and brief biographical information along with images of U.S.A. presidents from George Washington through Franklin D. Roosevelt, 32nd president of the United States. Historical information on F.D.R. includes only his first inauguration in 1933. This dates the pamphlet to circa 1933.Horizontal presentation. 33 pages, 6-1/8 x 4-3/4 inches, 16 cm. CONDITION NOTES: Unmarked, age toned paper. Minor visible cover soi... View more info

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The Story of the Tin Can

By: American Can Company (reprint from The National Canners Association)

Price: $7.95

Publisher: American Can Company: 9999

Seller ID: 008150

Condition: Good


Good Condition: Intact. Ruffling. Corner creases. Minor outer soil. Staple rust. Unmarked. Nicked edges. Spine split at tail 0.5 inch. Vintage soft cover booklet copy of The Story of the Tin Can published by the American Can Company. No publication date, ca. 1940s. Illustrated. 11 pages. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! View more info

Image for Christmas 1942: Camp Roberts 18th Infantry Training Regiment Commemorative Menu Booklet

Christmas 1942: Camp Roberts 18th Infantry Training Regiment Commemorative Menu Booklet

By: Austin, T.C. [photographer]

Price: $24.95

Publisher: E.F. (Bill) Shannon: 1942

Seller ID: 014455

Condition: Very Good


Very Good Vintage Condition: Unmarked. Intact. Minor outer wear and soil. Vintage staples show typical rust. A World War II commemorative menu booklet/pamphlet in illustrated paper wrap titled Christmas 1942: Camp Roberts 18th Infantry Training Regiment. This booklet is filled with black and white photos illustrating everyday life at Camp Roberts. Inside the front cover along with photos of commanding officers is the following message: The above officers extend season's greetings to the officers and men of the 18th Infantry Training Regiment. With the sincere hope that after the war is over an... View more info

Image for Old Honesty Horse Blankets Vintage Newspaper Ad

Old Honesty Horse Blankets Vintage Newspaper Ad

By: Bemist Blanket Co

Price: $4.95

Seller ID: 008673

Condition: Very Good


Vintage collectible newspaper ad for scrapbooking and other uses. Old Honest $3.50 Horse Blankets Outwear All Others: Old Honesty blankets last longer and give the horses better protection. Made of heavy brown tent canvas that has real wear in it--full quilted--seams can't rip. Guarantee tag on each fully warrants blanket. Bemis Blanket Co., Omaha, Neb. This vintage ad is not dated. The is a short tear at the top edge that does not extend into this ad and a crease at the lower left corner. Age toned. This who piece is 5-3/4 x 3-3/8 inches.The ad itself is 4.25 x 2.25 inches. Free shipping on... View more info

Image for Oliver Hazard Perry: Hero of Erie (Issue No. 109)

Oliver Hazard Perry: Hero of Erie (Issue No. 109)

By: Carlton, Mabel Mason

Price: $5.95

Publisher: John Hancock Life Insurance Company: 1926

Seller ID: 015173

Condition: Very Good


Very Good Condition: Unmarked. Intact binding. Vintage staples show light rust. Light age toning. Cover shows minor wear and outer soil. Smart looking small vintage pamphlet copy of Oliver Hazard Perry: Hero of Erie by Mabel Mason Carlton. No illustrator indicated. Boston: John Hancock Life Insurance Company, 1926. Number 109. 16 pages. Illustrations. 4.5 x 6 inches, 16 cm. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! View more info

Image for John C. Fremont: Pathfinder of the West (Issue No. 117)

John C. Fremont: Pathfinder of the West (Issue No. 117)

By: Carlton, Mabel Mason

Price: $5.95

Publisher: John Hancock Life Insurance Company: 1927

Seller ID: 015174

Condition: Very Good


Very Good Condition: Unmarked. Intact binding. Vintage staples show rust. Light age toning. Cover shows minor wear and outer soil. Smart looking small vintage pamphlet copy of John C. Fremont: Pathfinder of the West by Mabel Mason Carlton. No illustrator indicated. Boston: John Hancock Life Insurance Company, 1927. Number 117. 16 pages. Map. Illustrations. 4.5 x 6 inches, 16 cm. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! View more info

Image for Century Music Publishing Catalog Catalog ca. 1935

Century Music Publishing Catalog Catalog ca. 1935

By: Century Music Publishing Co.

Price: $9.95

Publisher: Century Music Publishing Co.: 1935

Seller ID: 015731

Condition: Good


Good Condition: Light pencil notations to front, age-toned paper, some rough spots at edges and outer spine fragile. Solid stapled binding. A mid-1930s Century Music Company catalog. As with much of Century Music's publications there is no issue year. The cover featuring Century's Latest Piano Numbers by H.P. Hopkins, however, defines the date as ca. 1935 based upon an internet copyright search. Front cover shows this catalog ephemera is from the Korzinek Music Shop in Manitowoc, Wisconsin. 24 pages. 8-3/8 x 10-1/4 inches, 26 cm. Harry Patterson Hopkins (1873-1954) was a composer and music in... View more info

Image for Clancy Sightseeing Tours Washington D.C. Vintage Brochure circa 1950

Clancy Sightseeing Tours Washington D.C. Vintage Brochure circa 1950

By: Clancy Sightseeing Tours

Price: $28.00

Publisher: Clancy Sightseeing Tours (Washington D.C.): 1950

Seller ID: 010874

Condition: Used: Very Good.


Vintage Ephemera in Very Good Condition a quarter fold brochure for Clancy Sightseeing Tours operating in Washington D.C. at 1127 Connecticut Avenue, the Mayflower Hotel, ca. 1950. The brochure opens to a two panel advertisement for Clancy Limousine Service, Inc., showing what I believe to be a fourth generation Series 75 Fleetwood Imperial Limousine. The brochure states the following: Fully Insured: Trained, Courteous White Chauffers. The remaining panels describe five different tours available. CONDITION NOTES: Brochure printed with blue ink shows folds intact, very lightly age toned paper,... View more info

Image for Notice of School Tax 1881 to Mr Samuel Coeyman Harrisburg PA  Sixth Ward

Notice of School Tax 1881 to Mr Samuel Coeyman Harrisburg PA Sixth Ward

By: Harrisburg PA

Price: $7.00

Publisher: 1881

Seller ID: 008829

Condition: Used. Very Good.


Used in Very Good Antiquarian Condition. Notice from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania dated Martch 9th, 1881, to Mr. Samuel Coeyman, 1515 5th Street. Dear Sir: Your School Tax for 1880, for the Sixth Ward, City of Harrisburg, is $.68 and must be paid within thirty days from date, to John P. Kinney, Collector for Sixth Ward. Residence, 1338 N. Third Street. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! View more info

Image for Fabrication of HOTCE Fuel Elements Presented at an American Nuclear Society Topical Meeting on Nucleonics in Flight Dallas, Texas, March 29, 1961

Fabrication of HOTCE Fuel Elements Presented at an American Nuclear Society Topical Meeting on Nucleonics in Flight Dallas, Texas, March 29, 1961

By: Hendry, W.J.; Koshuba, Walter J.

Price: $24.95

Publisher: General Electric Flight Propulsion Division: 1961

Seller ID: 015402

Condition: Very Good


Very Good Condition: Unmarked. Stapled binding. Minor outer storage wear and soil. Stapled pamphlet copy of Fabrication of HOTCE Fuel Elements Presented at an American Nuclear Society Topical Meeting on Nucleonics in Flight Dallas, Texas, March 29, 1961 by W.J. Hendry and Walter J. Koshuba. Printed by General Electric: Flight Propulsion Division, Aircraft Nuclear Propulsion Department, Cincinnati, Ohio. 6 pages, 4 pages with 5 Figures. 8.5 x 11 inches, 28 cm. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! View more info

Image for Vintage paper stationery letter from Jeg in Milwaukee Wisconsin to Merk

Vintage paper stationery letter from Jeg in Milwaukee Wisconsin to Merk

By: Jeg

Price: $5.00

Seller ID: 008685

Condition: Used. Very Good.


Vintage letter, one sheet with no tears, folded 3 times, and one corner crease, age-toned paper. Cute black and red illustration on stationery size paper, titled Tattle Tale Heart, on age toned paper with message written on both sides from Jeg in Milwaukee, Wisconsin to Merk (the name is hard to discern). With no date indicated, I am estimating it was written in the 50s or early 60s, since the identifying zipcode is still two digits, which are 11, and the letter is written with a fountain pen. In the letter Jeg talks about memories common to both, reading "nasty" books, starting senio... View more info

Image for Mount Vernon the Home of Washington

Mount Vernon the Home of Washington

By: John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company

Price: $3.95

Publisher: c1932: 1932-01-01

Seller ID: 010868

Condition: Good


Good Condition: Unmarked. Light age toning. Intact binding. Spine tail split to 1.25 inches, other minor cover wear. Light outer soil. Small vintage pamphlet copy of Mount Vernon the Home of Washington. Published by John Hancock Life Insurance Company of Boston, Massachusetts in connection with the Two Hundredth Anniversary of the birth of George Washington. Copyright 1932. Issue number 130. Illustrated. 16 pages, 4.5 x 6 inches, 16 cm. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! View more info

Image for The Story of the U.S. Frigate Constitution (Old Ironsides) Issue No. 119

The Story of the U.S. Frigate Constitution (Old Ironsides) Issue No. 119

By: John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company

Price: $5.95

Publisher: John Hancock Life Insurance Company: 1927

Seller ID: 015175

Condition: Very Good


Very Good Condition: Unmarked. Intact binding. Vintage staples show rust. Light age toning. Cover shows minor wear and outer soil. Smart looking small vintage pamphlet copy of The Story of the U.S. Frigate Constitution (Old Ironsides). No illustrator indicated. Boston: John Hancock Life Insurance Company, 1927. Number 119. 16 pages. Illustrations. 4.5 x 6 inches, 16 cm. Includes the poem, Old Ironsides (1830) by Oliver Wendell Holmes. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! View more info

Image for Life Magazine Back Issue March 27, 1919 (Vol. 73, No. 1900)

Life Magazine Back Issue March 27, 1919 (Vol. 73, No. 1900)

By: Life Publishing Company

Price: $19.95

Publisher: Life Publishing Company: 1919

Seller ID: 015543

Condition: Good


Good Plus Condition: Unmarked. Age toned. Scattered short page-edge tears and light spotting. Intact stapled binding. Outer ruffling, vertical crease throughout. Magazine back issue copy of Life dated March 27, 1919. Volume 73, Number 1900. Life Publishing Company. Pages 483-522. 9 x 11 inches, 28 cm. Patriotic cover showing a woman in red colonial-style coat and blue hat cheering on a parade of returning troops being showered with streamers below a multitude of American flags, caption: The Girl Who Refused Him Three Years Ago by artist C. Clyde Squires. In this issue: cartoons, political cart... View more info

Image for Life Magazine Back Issue July 18, 1918 (Vol. 72, No. 1864)

Life Magazine Back Issue July 18, 1918 (Vol. 72, No. 1864)

By: Life Publishing Company

Price: $19.95

Publisher: Life Publishing Company: 1918

Seller ID: 015544

Condition: Good


Good Plus Condition: Unmarked. Ruffling, outer soil. Age toned. Intact stapled binding. Vertical crease throughout. Magazine back issue copy of LIFE dated July 18, 1918. Volume 72, Number 1864. Pages 75-106. 9 x 11 inches, 28 cm. Cover illustration of a woman in a park-like setting, holding a book while seated up against a tree sleeping, being looked down upon by a personified tree, a face in the bark and branches with hands. Cover illustration title: The Heart of an Oak. Cover artist: Angus MacDonnall. Contents include political commentary and cartoons, Memorial to John Ames Mitchell, Founder... View more info

Image for George Washington: First President of the United States

George Washington: First President of the United States

By: Mabel Mason Carlton

Price: $15.00

Publisher: John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co: 1931-01-01

Seller ID: 010830

Condition: Used: Very Good Vintage Cond.


Used vintage small pamphlet in Very Good Vintage Condition of George Washington: First President of the United States. to commemorate the Two Hundredth Anniversary of the Birth of George Washington, this edition is published by John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company of Boston, Massachusetts. CONDITION NOTES: Clean, crisp age toned pages with one word underlined with pencil. Intact saddle stitched (stapled) binding. Minor visible cover wear and outer soil, rubbing along spine. FURTHER INFORMATION: Copyright 1931. Issue number 69 was published August 11, 1931 (Library of Congress 1931, Catal... View more info

Image for Family Friends Ma-Le-Na Booklet No. 119

Family Friends Ma-Le-Na Booklet No. 119

By: Malena Company

Price: $9.95

Publisher: Malena Company: 9999

Seller ID: 013794

Condition: Very Good


Very Good Vintage Condition: Two stamped notations otherwise unmarked. Age toned. Minor visible outer wear and soil, spine rubbed. Antique booklet copy of Wild Family, an advertisement story booklet promotion published by Malena Company in Warriorsmark, Pennsylvania for their product Ma-Le-Na Stomach-Liver Pills. Booklet number 119. Four colorful illustrations along with black and white illustrations accompany one page juvenile animal stories: Firm Friends, Pretty Doves, Making Friends and Feeding Time. Additional Ma-Le-Na promotions on center pages. Stamped twice: Wm. H. Sewell, Druggist, Per... View more info

Image for Wild Animals Ma-Le-Na Booklet No. 113

Wild Animals Ma-Le-Na Booklet No. 113

By: Malena Company

Price: $9.95

Publisher: Malena Company: 9999

Seller ID: 013791

Condition: Very Good


Very Good Vintage Condition: Unmarked. Age toned. Minor visible outer wear and soil, spine rubbed. Antique booklet copy of Wild Animals, an advertisement story booklet promotion published by Malena Company in Warriorsmark, Pennsylvania for their product Ma-Le-Na Stomach-Liver Pills. Booklet number 113. Four colorful illustrations along with black and white illustrations accompany one page juvenile stories about the tiger, polar bear, lion and elephant. Inside front cover ad text: The tiger kills quickly but the suffering is not half so great as that endured by those having a foul sick stomach,... View more info

Image for The Seasons Ma-Le-Na Booklet No. 117

The Seasons Ma-Le-Na Booklet No. 117

By: Malena Company

Price: $9.95

Publisher: Malena Company: 9999

Seller ID: 013790

Condition: Very Good


Very Good Vintage Condition: Unmarked. Age toned. Minor visible outer wear and soil, spine rubbed. Antique booklet copy of The Seasons, an advertisement story booklet promotion published by Malena Company in Warriorsmark, Pennsylvania for their product Ma-Le-Na Stomach-Liver Pills. Booklet number 117. Four colorful illustrations along with black and white illustrations accompany one page juvenile stories about Summer, Spring, Winter and Fall. No publication date. 8 unnumbered pages. 5 x 6.25 inches, 16 cm. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! View more info

Image for Letter with Envelope 26 June 1923 from Marie in Oconto Wisconsin to Attorney (Atty) George Classon in Weyauwega Wisconsin.

Letter with Envelope 26 June 1923 from Marie in Oconto Wisconsin to Attorney (Atty) George Classon in Weyauwega Wisconsin.

By: Marie

Price: $10.00

Publisher: 1923 (June)

Seller ID: 008693

Condition: Used. Very Good.


Minor soil and age toning, more visible soil on the envelope. Stamp looks great, perfs are uneven and fuzzy. Clear postmark. Paper feels brittle. I believe this letter is from Marie (Runkel) Classon to her husband, George Classon. Postmarked June 26, 1923 with a flag cancel, stamped with George Washington 2 cent carmine, flag cancel. The letter is chatty, talking about clothing, parties, and bridge, who will be coming and who cannot make it, very typical married couple talk. Written with a fountain pen.There is no writing on the back side of the envelope, and the second side of the letter has... View more info

Image for Cargill News November 1954

Cargill News November 1954

By: McGillivray, Georgina Hamilton [editor]

Price: $9.95

Publisher: Cargill Corporation: 1954

Seller ID: 014391

Condition: Good


Good Plus Condition: Unmarked. Tight binding (staplebound). Age toned. Minor outer soil. Vintage soft cover pamphlet copy of Cargill News, Vol. 25, No. 6. November, 1954. Published monthly for the employees of Cargill, Incorporated and subsidiary firms. Georgina Hamilton McGillivray, editor. Minneapolis, Minnesota. 40 pages. 5 x 6-7/8 inches, 20 cm. In this issue: Meet Mr. Manager: Wm. L. Cox, Bill Fisher, Connie Fliginger, Don Kleitsch, C.D. Siefried, Robert A. Smith, Dart Smith, Dick Westley, H.W. Wilson; Ted Warner's Death Shock to All of Cargill; 16 Attended Feed Workshop; Fishing Content... View more info

Image for The Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra Program: Tenth Season, Second Popular Concert, Third Series, Sunday Afternoon, February 9, 1913, Minneapolis, Minn.

The Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra Program: Tenth Season, Second Popular Concert, Third Series, Sunday Afternoon, February 9, 1913, Minneapolis, Minn.

By: Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra (Minneapolis, MN): 1913

Seller ID: 010871

Condition: Used: Good.


Collectible antique copy in Good Condition of The Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra Program: Tenth Season, Second Popular Concert, Third Series, The Auditorium, Sunday Afternoon, February 9, 1913, Minneapolis, Minn. Emil Oberhoffer, Conductor. Soloist: W. Scott Woodworth, baritone. Sixteenth program. Notes by Caryl B. Storrs. Gold Medal Flour advertisement on back. One sheet of paper folded in half: 8-7/8 x 5-7/8 inches, 23 cm. CONDITION NOTES: Moderate soil overall, few minor edge disturbances, spine nicked at head and tail, ruffling, quarter fold creases. Program: 1 Overture: Semiramide (Rossin... View more info

Image for Opera Libretto Mignon by composed by Thomas with French and English Words and the Music of the Principal Airs. Ditson and Co.'s Standard Opera Libretto

Opera Libretto Mignon by composed by Thomas with French and English Words and the Music of the Principal Airs. Ditson and Co.'s Standard Opera Libretto

By: Oliver Ditson

Price: $22.00

Publisher: Oliver Ditson and Company: ca. 1870

Seller ID: 010758

Condition: Good Minus.


Collectible opera libretto in paper wraps in Good Minus Antiquarian Condition for the opera Mignon by composed by Thomas with French and English Words and the Music of the Principal Airs. Ditson and Co.'s Standard Opera Libretto published by Oliver Ditson and Company (C.H. Diston), New York. A.B. Kidder's Music Typography, Boston. No publication date, ca. 1857-1888. Argument/Synopsis by T.J.W. Pamphet/Booklet size, or as stated on the front cover of this edition a Handbook. Advertisement on back cover shows the Oliver Ditson building at 227 Washington Street, Boston, advertising American and F... View more info

Image for Today Section The Philadelphia Inquirer February 17 1957

Today Section The Philadelphia Inquirer February 17 1957

By: Philadelphia Inquirer

Price: $9.99

Publisher: Philadelphia Inquirer: 1957 (February 17)

Seller ID: 010947

Condition: Used: Very Good Minus.


Vintage copy in Very Good Minus Condition of Today Section [news magazine] The Philadelphia Inquirer February 17 1957. 72 pages, 12-7/8 x 10-3/4 inches, 33 cm. CONDITION NOTES: Complete, lightly age toned, unmarked. Crossword puzzle unmarked. Staple bound, intact with several beginning and ending pages showing tears at staples to 1.5 inch. Small scrape/tear to front cover image at left. CONTENTS: Included in this issue: Washington Worried Here: home where he made the decision to cross the Delaware [River], Happiness in Silence (Norman Vincent Peale), Picture Quiz on leaders in the Middle East... View more info

Image for Turk in Italy Libretto

Turk in Italy Libretto

By: Porter, Andrew

Price: $6.99

Publisher: Pendragon Press: 1978-06-01

Seller ID: 011188

ISBN: 9998345731

Condition: Very Good Minus.


Very Good Minus Condition vintage opera libretto: The Turk in Italy (Il Turco in Italia) a comic opera by Gioachino Rossini. English libretto text only by Andrew Porter from the libretto by Felice Romani. Pendragon Press, 1978. vii, 37 pages. 5-7/8 x 8-7/8 inches, 23 cm. CONDITION NOTES: Cast change notice pasted inside front cover. No added written notations. Paper lightly age toned, lightly ruffled. Visible cover soil and minor wear. Intact pamphlet. As shown on the cast change notice this copy used at the performance on Friday, September 29, 1978: In this evening's performance, the role of ... View more info

Image for The Love for Three Oranges Opera Libretto for The New York City Opera Company Performances, 1949

The Love for Three Oranges Opera Libretto for The New York City Opera Company Performances, 1949

By: Prokofieff, Serge; Seroff, Victor

Price: $9.95

Publisher: Boosey & Hawkes: 1949

Seller ID: 016133

Condition: Very Good


Very Good Vintage Condition: Unmarked. Front cover illustration shows rubbing. Light cover age toning and foxing. Solid stapled binding. Pages show lower light corner crease throughout, back cover corner crease. Opera libretto for The Love of Three Oranges by Serge Prokofieff presented by New York City Opera Company, City Center of Music and Drama, Inc. after Carlo Gozzi's Comedy. Free adaptation annd translation by Victor Seroff. Published by Boosey & Hawkes, New York, copyright 1949. 17 pages. 5.5 x 8.5 inches, 22 cm. Commissioned by Cleofonte Campanini, director of the Chicago Opera Associa... View more info

Image for Reading Times Newspaper 1945 Wall Calendar

Reading Times Newspaper 1945 Wall Calendar

By: Reading Times

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Reading Times: 1945

Seller ID: 011017

Condition: Very Good.


Very Good Minus Condition Rare and Collectible Wall Calendar published by the Reading Times: A Modern Newspaper for Modern People. Year: 1945. Printed on tagboard weight paper. 14-1/8 x 11 inches, 37 cm. Single center hole punch for purpose of hanging on wall. Two printed sides: FRONT SIDE shows month calendars with emblem illustration, Reading Times name and motto, and large photographic illustration of a graduating class. BACK SIDE in three columns shows 1946 calendar along with almanac type information: Movable Feasts, 1945 Quatember or Ember Days, Legal Holidays for 1945 in Pennsylvania, ... View more info

Image for Postcard: UX12 Carthage South Dakota Funny Message Revenge! 1900

Postcard: UX12 Carthage South Dakota Funny Message Revenge! 1900

By: Reeves, H.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Self: 1900-02

Seller ID: 008034

Condition: Very Good


USPS Postal Card UX12 cancelled in Carthage, South Dakota, dated through message: February 15, 1900. Addressed to Prof Robinson, city. From H. Reeves. Carthage South Dakota Postal Card UX12. Prof Robinson from H Reeves February 15, 1900. Postal Card from H. Reeves to Prof Robinson Carthage, South Dakota. 5.5 X 3.25 inches. Condition notes: very minor softening of sharp edges, age-toning and light soil. One corner with 3 light creases. Carthage, Miner County, South Dakota in 1900 was a town with future and promise. Today the town has a website with pizzazz and positive attitude, boastin... View more info

Image for The Spring Garden Evangelical Lutheran Church, Spring Garden Minnesota Annual Report 1941

The Spring Garden Evangelical Lutheran Church, Spring Garden Minnesota Annual Report 1941

By: Spring Garden (MN) Evangelical Lutheran Church

Price: $9.95

Publisher: Spring Garden Evangelical Lutheran Church: 1941

Seller ID: 015922

Condition: Good


Good Plus Condition: Unmarked. Vintage binding staples show typical rust. Intact binding. Few foxing spots. Vintage paper pamphlet copy of the annual report for 1941 of the Spring Garden Evangelical Lutheran Church, Spring Garden, Minnesota. Rev. Oscar Sandahl, pastor. Includes pastor's message and report, financial report, report on elections, and resolutions passed. Unnumbered pages. 5.25 x 8.25 inches, 21 cm. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! View more info

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The Adventures of Surelocked Homes

By: State Farm Fire and Casualty Company

Price: $1.95

Publisher: State Farm Fire and Casualty Company: 9999

Seller ID: 004553

Condition: Very Good


Very Good Condition: Unmarked. Solid stapled binding. Minor cover wear and outer soil. Vintage soft cover pamphlet copy of The Adventures of Surelocked Homes: Making Entry Less Elementary. Bloomington IL: State Farm Fire and Casualty Company. No publication date. F7-2136.1. 16 pages. 5.5 x 8.5 inches. Printed as a public service. Information on what a homeowner can do to make the home more secure. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over! View more info