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HIGH TENSION. THE RECOLLECTIONS OF HUGH BAILLIE

By: Baillie, Hugh

Price: $6.00

Publisher: NY, Harper & Bros., (c. 1959),: 1959

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 7280

Condition: Very Good


Pages 300 pp., 8vo, hardcover, blue cloth, first ed. Includes index. Former owner name stamp on endpapers, very good. No dust jacket. Author was associated with United Press. Illustrated with many b/w photo repros. 012200A View more info

JOE MCCARTHY AND THE PRESS.

By: Bayley, Edwin R.

Price: $6.00

Publisher: Madison, The University of Wisconsin Press: (1981)

Edition: first printing

Seller ID: 000016560

ISBN: 0299086208

Condition: Very good


Octavo, navy blue cloth covers stamped in red, x + 270 pages. Includes notes, sources, index. Former owner name and date on front free endpaper. 040414B View more info

WAITING FOR WINTER TO END, An Extraordinary Journey Through Soviet Russia.

By: Geyer, Georgie Ann

Price: $7.00

Publisher: Washington DC, Brassey's: (1994)

Edition: first edition, first printing

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: 000015483

ISBN: 0028811100

Condition: Fine


Octavo, 237 pages. Includes black and white photo reproductions, index. Inscribed by the author, Book and dust jacket are in Fine condition. 041407A. "A modern-day Marco Polo, she shares her eye-opening personal experiences.... Join her as she sets out from Moscow for Kazan and Alma-Ata, Bishkek and Tashkent, Samarkand and Baku." View more info

AMERICAN BEAT

By: Greene, Bob

Price: $7.00

Publisher: New York, Atheneum: 1983

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 12020

ISBN: 0689113978

Condition: near Fine


xiv + 301 pages, octavo. Book is in near fine condition. dust jacket is price-clipped, a little wear on front flap, close to fine. A collection of Greene's essays from his monthly column in Esquire, his syndicated Chicago Tribune column, and from his role as a correspondent for ABC's Nightline. 041407A View more info

THAT WAS THE LIFE

By: Hamblin, Dora Jane

Price: $4.00

Publisher: NY, W. W. Norton & Co., c. 1977: 1977

Edition: First

Seller ID: 7389

Condition: Fine


320 pp., octavo. Book and dust jacket are in fine condition , F/F. Review slip laid in. # 021900A View more info

FIFTY YEARS AT THE FRONT. The Life of War Correspondent Frederick Palmer

By: Haverstock, Nathan A

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Washington DC, Brassey's (c. 1996),: (1996)

Edition: 1st Edition, first printing

Seller ID: 10348

ISBN: 1574880403

Condition: Fine


xviii + 301 pages ,octavo. Picorial boards. Includes black and white photo repros., list of books by Palmer, notes, and index. 083002A ISBN: 1574880403 . Military, Journalism View more info

OFF CAMERA. Private Thoughts Made Public

By: Koppel, Ted

Price: $5.00

Publisher: NY, Alfred A. Knopf: 2000

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 9896

ISBN: 0375410775

Condition: Fine


Pages ix + 320,octavo (approx. 6 5/8" x 9 1/2"), hardcover, first edition. Book and dust jacket in Fine condition. Publicity sheet laid in. 100403A ISBN: 0-375-41077-5 View more info

A REPORTER IN SWEET CHICAGO.

By: O'Connor, Len

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Chicago, Contemporary Books, Inc.: (c. 1983)

Edition: First

Seller ID: 000017750

ISBN: 0809276488

Condition: Fine


Octavo, blue cloth covers, 436 pages. Includes index. Book is in near fine condition; dust jacket price clipped, else very good. Len O'Connor grew up in the Austin neighborhood on the west side of Chicago. He remembers the newsboys shouting in the early dawn: "Extra, Extra! the Great War Ends," --that was how breaking news was announced then. He went to war in the army in 1943 and visited Dachau just after the peace had been announced. He returned to Chicago to become a street reporter, and pioneered the unthinkable: pounding the streets with a microphone to record the sounds of news i... View more info

THE LIFE OF HORACE GREELEY, Editor of the New York Tribune.

By: Parton, J.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: New York, Mason Brothers: 1855

Seller ID: 000017889

Condition: near Very Good.


Octavo, brown cloth stamped in gilt, xviii + 442 pages. Lacks front free endpaper. Illustrated with 6 black and white plates. Some light scattered foxing. Gilt on covers is bright, but some wear at head and foot of spine. 040414B. Americana, Journalism, Abolitionists View more info

SLANTED NEWS. A Case Study of the Nixon and Stevenson Fund Stories.

By: Rowse, Arthur Edward.

Price: $8.00

Publisher: Beacon Hill, Boston, Beacon Press: (c. 1957)

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 000016000

Condition: Fine


With a foreword by Erwin D. Canham. Octavo, beige cloth covers, [14] 139 pages. 32 full page photographs in black and white. Dust jacket has slight wear at edges, slight yellowing at edges. 061508C. "How is a reader to determine the difference between fact and opinion in the news? Here is a case study of the way the papers ahndled the Nixon and Stevenson fund stories in 1952, showing how one can tell when the news is being slanted. Photographs of 32 front pages show the actual handling of 'the facts'." from the dust jacket. View more info

THE WORLD IN 1966. History As We Lived It...

By: The Writers, Photographers, and Editors of The Associated Press

Price: $10.00

Publisher: (New York), The Associated Press: (c. 1967)

Edition: First

Seller ID: 000018017

Condition: Very good


Quarto, dark green cloth covers with titles in yellow. 288 pagess. Many photo reproductions both in color and black and white. Maps on endpapers. Includes an almanac section in the rear with chronology, elections, prizes and awards, economc statistics, etc. This copy also has "Chicago Tribune" printed on top cover. Studio. This oversize book may incur additional charges for international shipping. View more info