Titolo: HISTORY OF THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE PUBLISHED IN ...
Casa editrice: THE TRIBUNE COMPANY, CHICAGO, IL
Data di pubblicazione: 1922
Legatura: STIFF PAPER ILLUSTRATED WRAPS
Condizione libro: VERY GOOD CONDITION
Condizione sovraccoperta: NO JACKET/AS ISSUED
Edizione: FIRST EDITION.
Tipologia articolo: HISTORY
128 PAGES. CHIPPING OF THE PAPER EDGES OF THE OVER SIZED COVERS OTHERWISE THE INTERNAL PAGES ARE FINE. CONTAINS 50 ILLUSTRATIONS INCLUDING PRINTED PHOTOS AND ENGRAVINGS OF ITS NOTED EDITORS AND OWNERS SUCH AS JOSEPH MEDILL, WILLIAM BROSS, HORACE WHITE, ALFRED COWLES, ROBERT W. PATTERSON, JOHN LOCKE SCRIPPS AND DR. CHARLES RAY. ALSO, THERE ARE GREAT 1871 FIRE SCENES, AN ILLUSTRATION OF CHICAGO IN 1845 AND THE TRIBUNE BUILDINGS IN 1869 AND 1872 AFTER THE GREAT FIRE. THERE IS A PHOTO PRINT OF CHICAGO AT MADISON AND DEARBORN STREETS IN 1860, FINALLY THERE ARE MULTIPLE IMAGES OF IMPORTANT CHICAGO AND WORLD HEADLINES AND THEIR FRONT PAGES. AN UNCOMMON EPHEMERAL ITEM OF "THE WORLD'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER." Size: 6 5/16" X 9 1/ 2". Codice inventario libreria 002431
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