The Washington Post, 1977. Paper Wrappers. Folio. Stiff white paper wrappers with red title to front wrapper and to spine. Minor wear to edges of wrappers. Damp stain to bottom half of front wrapper but does not effect the interior. Clean interior with illustrations. Unpaginated. JOUR/050406. very Good-.
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Lincoln and London: University of Nebraska Press, 2017. Hardcover. First Edition. This book "tells the dramatic stories of the journalists who covered World War I for the American public. Dubbs draws on personal accounts from contemporary newspaper and magazine articles and books to convey the experiences of the journalists of World War I, from the western front to the Balkans to the Paris Peace Conference" (jacket). Fine in grey cloth boards with gilt title to spine. In white illustrated jacket with grey spine titled in white. Clean and bright. 294 pages. WWI/060517. Fine / Fine.
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1961. Hardcover. 8vo. Light brown cloth covered boards with black title to spine. Slight bumping to head of spine. Pristine interior. Beige and grey dust jacket with black title to front and spine panels. Wear to jacket includes minor rubbing, minor creasing to top edge, and minor browning to spine. Index, 384 pages. Journalism. JOUR/022211. Near Fine in Very Good DJ.
Washington DC: Center of Military History / Government Printing Office, 1996. Hardcover. Interesting Presentation Copy. Inscribed, "For Barry Zorthian With the deepest thanks for your support and assistance over the years! William Hammond January 8 1997. This book and its predecessor covering 1962-68 analyze the factors that shaped the way in which the U.S. government and the military related to the press during the Vietnam War. Barry Zorthian was the highly esteemed U.S. spokesman to the media in Vietnam during the 1960s. Hammond was a historian with the U.S. Army Center of Military History. Bound in dark brown cloth with military insignia in gilt to cover and title and author in gilt to spine. In pictorial dust jacket with chips and small tears along edges. Near fine in very good dj. 659 pages including index. VIET/011013. Near Fine.
Lawrence, KS: University Press of Kansas, . Hardcover. Nice presentation copy. Inscribed "For Barry Zorthian With deepest appreciation for all you've done! William Hammond 6 December 1998."The author was a senior historian at the U.S. Army's Center of Military History. In this book he analyzes how the relations between the media and the military evolved during the Vietnam War from one of shared views to a state of animosity and mistrust. Barry Zorthian was the U.S. spokesman to the media during the 1960s in Saigon. He remained a trusted and well-regarded figure during his tenure there. Bound in black cloth with title and author in green to spine. In pictorial dust jacket with photograph of soldier next to helicopter on front. Fine in near fine dust jacket. 362 pages. Fine.
New Haven: Yale University Press, 2017. Hardcover. From the jacket: Moseley's broad and intimate history draws on newly unearthed material to offer a comprehensive accout both of the war and the abundance of individual stories and overlooked experiences...which capture the drama as it was lived by reporters on the front lines of history. Bound in brown cloth and in pictorial dust jacket with red and white title and author to spine and front cover. In fine condition save for tiny chip in word "reporting" on front cover. Includes photographs. 421 pages. Fine.
New York: Macmillan, 1926. Hardcover. 8vo. Very good in blue cloth covered boards with embossed title to front board and gilt title to spine. Slight fading to spine and minor bumping to foot of spine. Minor browning to end pages and foxing to edges of text block. Previous owner's name on front pastedown. 340 pages. Journalism. JOU1/02281. Very Good.
Pasadena, CA: Published By the Author, Upton Sinclair. Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket. SECOND EDITION. 12mo. In original paper wrappers with slight yellowing to wrappers. Small open tear to bottom corner of front wrap, slight staining to spots of front wrapper. Some dog ears to bottom corner of first 20 pages cooresponding to the tear in front cover else clean and bright. A self published work of Upton Sinclair. 445pages. JOUR/040304. Very Good.
New York: 1943. Paperback. Uncommon bound compilation for July-September 1943 of the most important Yiddish newspaper of its time, the Daily Forward. The Forward is still published today as a weekly, both in Yiddish and English. According to the paper's website, the newspaper began as a Yiddish language daily in 1897. It became known as the voice of the Jewish immigrant and helped generations of immigrants enter American life. By the 1930s the paper had a circulation of over 275,000, but entered a period of decline after World War II. In 1983 it became a weekly and launched an English supplement. These issues from 1943 offer a fascinating view of the time. The War, of course, was intensely covered, and each issue has a number of photographs capturing events and people. The photos are captioned in both Yiddish and English. There are many ads in Yiddish throughout for products as familiar as Maxwell House Coffee and Coca Cola. Some issues included classified ads for resort hotels and other vacation spots. The oversized folio is bound in marbled paper with half linen spine. Interior pages are clean with some yellowing and aging, and a few tears in some because of brittle paper. Very heavy and extra postage will be required. JOUR/092308. Very Good.