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Free France – A Fortnightly Bulletin Published in NY During WWII

Free France – A Fortnightly Bulletin Published in NY During WWII

Some notes about the Free France bulletin published out of New York during the Vichy regime, including excerpts from the November 1, 1942 issue.

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What Sank the Lusitania? from The Scientific American May 29, 1915

What Sank the Lusitania? from The Scientific American May 29, 1915

A complete reproduction of the original article “What Sank the Lusitania?” from the May 29, 1915 issue of The Scientific American magazine, May 29, 1915.

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Mark Twain as a Buffalo Editor – The Globe, April 1873

Mark Twain as a Buffalo Editor – The Globe, April 1873

Presenting the entire article “Mark Twain as Buffalo Editor” as it originally appeared in The Globe, Volume 1, Number 1, April 1873.

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Displaying Your Collection – A Magazine Idea Out of a Magazine

Displaying Your Collection – A Magazine Idea Out of a Magazine

Real collectors from various niches answer the question, “How do you display your collection?” Tracy Lilly shares plans for The New Yorker magazines she purchased.

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Paul Revere’s Ride in The Atlantic Monthly – The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere

Paul Revere’s Ride in The Atlantic Monthly – The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere

This article was originally posted on an anniversary of Paul Revere’s famous 1775 ride. Taking the opportunity to go inside a 150 year old Atlantic Monthly and see how Henry Wadsworth Longfellow immortalized Revere.

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A Couple of Early Jackie Robinson Magazines to Look For

A Couple of Early Jackie Robinson Magazines to Look For

One of the things I’ve always loved best about collecting old magazines is that outstanding content is often found under the front cover. This presents some bargains if you know what you’re looking for. This quick post focuses on a couple of early articles about Jackie Robinson

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