Aeroblue-the Spirit Of Cool Paris Nightclub Notecards
Aeroblue-The Spirit of Cool These notecards were inspired by Max Morgan.Paris in the late 1940s had an infamous nightclub named Aeroblue whose also infamous owner was named Max Morgan who mysteriously vanished in the late 1950s.Originally 20 notes & Envelopes,there are now 15 Blank Notecards and 16 Envelopes,all are clean and ready to be used.The cover box is a bit finger smudged and dust smudged. The Box closure method used is Velcro Dots. A beautifully designed box and the notecards are fantastic and colorful! The Notecard Art was inspired by Art in the Aeroblue Nightclub in Paris.He had a close tie to Havana,Cuba. Nice for Collectors. Shipping is $2.50 USA Domestic USPS.
c.1945 US Airmail embossed envelope, c.1945, unused. Has some aging, a little creasing and a circular mark. There are 2 available, priced per each. Nice little addition to any WWII era collection! Free US first class shipping!
Handsome Gents letter opener,Handle appears to be made from pewter,Can not find the markings, The style is quite interesting, it has that Nordic, plain masculine elegance, Condition is fine, used, the tip shows use, other than that fine, It measures approximately 8 3/4 inches long.
2 air mail envelopes with letters & stamps 1946-48 from India. 4 envelopes only railroad cancels 1934-45. 10 envelopes only, Century of Progress stamps, 3 Century of Progress cancellations, 1934 not opened carefully, browned. 1 envelope has 7 stamps. 17 World Fair stamps.
Letters From The Central Council Order Of The Builders
1935, Chicago, some stains, 2 letters one to the Legionaries of the Sovereign Council of the Order of the Builders. The 2nd to the Chairmen of Advisory Councils & Staff Officers. Mentioned is the Scottish Rite Cathedral, Dearborn Street, Chicago and masonic Fraternity.
Texaco Note Paper Pad Chicago Illinois Farm Fertilizer
Texaco Note Pad Chicago Illinois Farm Fertilizer Ammonia. Nice advertising from Texaco Inc., 332 So. Michigan Ave, Chicago 4, Illinois. Telephone HArrison 7-1923. Pad measures 5.5 inches X 8.5 inches. There are approx 45 sheets of paper, pad has become detached from the cardboard, but cardboard is included. Clean, no tears. Great Agri Agricultural Advertiser for your collection.
Historical Chicago Printers Advertisement Card I.m. Gans Service
This is an ADVERTISING CARD made for the I.M. GANS SERVICE COMPANY. The area where this gentlemans office was located in a building on SOUTH DEARBORN STREET which was once known as the LEVIE DISTRICT of Chicago. The area changed and it became what was known as PRINTERS ROW. The card has a beautifull picture of LAKE LOUISE on one side and the services that the printing / publishing company provided. The card is MARKED SAFEB 1554 (copyright symbol) 1925 BROWN & BIGELOW of ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA.
Popular Mechanics - August 1996 = 118 complete pages. Dream kitchen design guide - Could terrorists hijack a Nuclear missile - Battle of the big pickups - Do it all digital versatile disc - Total Car security - plus
Popular Mechanics - June 1994 - 136 complete pages. Dodge Intrepid 2.2-Million mile report - Crimeproof your home - Zap our annoying TV commercials - Live longer and better, ourtest tells you which home Aerobic machines really shape you up
Memorabilia Historical Chicago Printers Row Monon Building Lease
What a wonderfull piece of OLD CHICAGO to own. It is a UNEXECUTED LEASE AGREEMENT from a building located on PRINTERS ROW from the 1930's! This is an ORIGINAL unexecuted MONON BUILDING LEASE AGREEMENT between a PRINTER and JOHN C. NUTTALL who we believe was the OWNER (at that time) of the OLD COLONY BUILDINGS. Included with the LEASE is the HALL & ELLIS ENVELOPE that the LEASE was mailed in. The ENVELOPE is POSTMARKED and STAMPED. A BIT of INFORMATION about PRINTERS ROW...BEFORE the CHICAGO FIRE... This area SOUTH of CHICAGO was considered the Levee District. By 1905 industrialists moved into the (south loop) area and built towering structures to house the booming printing industry giving the area its present day name.
Popular Mechanics - June 1996 - 130 complete pages. Jet-age Gyrocopters - Navys dedly arsenal Cruiser-Stealth warship unleashes firepower - Indy 500 vs. U.S. 500 - Sky scorchers you build and fly up to 400mph
Popular Mechanics - April 1996 - 150 complete paes. 5 way personal watercraft shootout - Special 36 page guide, how to build a grat home office. On the Internet - Making a NASCAR champ - oil rigs that launch spacecraft
Popular Mechanics - August 1993 114 complete pages. America's Nostalgia rail revival, grat trains ride again -guide to 15 best steam and diesel train trips Guide to furniture design - Supercharge your computer
Popular Mechanics - June 1993 132 complete pages. Passenger jump-jet needs no runway, lift fan vertical takeoff - Return of the whizzer: bolt on motor powers any bike k- Camry: Toyotas hit - Americas newest sports dome
Popular Mechanics - July 1996 124 complete pagesa. Olympic secrets: The technology factor - Colossal Engineering - 3 Gorges Dam is the most ambitious project in the history of the world - Megapower for any PC -= Harley Dav idsokn vs. the Wannabees
Popular Mechanics - January 1996 118 complete pages = 1996 design & engineering awards - When Terrorists go Nuclear- the ultimate threat to the U.S. and what we're doing about it . Wokrld's carmakers keep up a torrid pace
Popular Mechanics - October 1996 132 complete pages. Internet cokmes to TV = First drives of all the wild new wheels! -How black boxes speak from beyondthe grave - RX for heart attacks - Radical laser surgery
Popular Mechanics - December 1995 136 complete pages. Bionioc limbs with the sense of touch - The 7 wonders of the modern world - Camcorder revolution - digital technology - Cig smoker's speciqal(build Mahogany Humidor)
Popular Mechanics - November 1995 140 complete pages. Woodworking-four sweet easy to build projects -Special weapons and tactics of the Navy Seals - World's best minivan - Kiss your newspaper goodbye - TVs with movie quality pictures and sound
Popular Mechanics - October 1995 118 complete pages. How to launch your own home page on the internet - Wefly the Stealth bomber - Test drives of the most exciting 96 new cars - Tired of yardwork? new all season power equipment to the rescue
Popular Mechanics - September 1995 138 complete pages. New appliances that take the work out of housework - Breaking the sound barrier --on land!@ - Mega-modems for your computer are here - speed boats go propless - remote control surgery
Popular Mechanics - February 1995 128 complete pages. Now! Big 4 stroke power for outboards - Why are our airplanes crashing? -enter the 5th dimensiokn - New sports scanners put you on the team - Diet concrete
Popular Mechanics - January 1995 136 complete pages. - 1995 design & engineering awards - Flying Saucers are real!-Fact: classified U.S. Military research programs have developed and tested super-secret UFO' s. - Build our white oak sofa
Popular Mechanics Magazine - August 1994 - 124 complete pages. PCs GO supercharged - Fly or drive the Amazing Car-Plane(300 mph sltub wing auto is legal on highway and in air - Crimefighting armor for copes - Wood goes high tech
Popular Mechanics - May 1996 140 complete pages. - Wild stuff from the Consumer electronics show - Extreme gear for extreme sports - 100 years of the car in America - a celebrationh of the Automobile and its monumental impact on our society
Popular Mechanics - November 1994 156 complete pages - Our Annual Woodworking guide - A guided tour of the new Interactive home - This cxar drives on water - Military night vision for cops - How to put your whole house online
Popular Mechanics - February 1994 124 complete pages. he 6,500 vacation log home - GM's impact arrivers - Drive Electric - Cut your cellular phone bill in half, new system combines Microwave technology with existing phone and TV lines
This 3-piece paper group includes a typed and handsigned message from Claire to Mae Moline in Erie Pa on official James Stewart letterhead. The message refers to a newspaper photo of Jimmy Stewart, his daughter and his son-in-law and to Mr. Stewart's work on the new Lassie filn. The clipping was sent to, and returned from Mr. Stewart's office or corresponding secretary. The third piece in the group is the envelope, with Mr. Stewart's return address and postmarked October 11, 1977 from Los Angeles, CA and bears a cancelled 13c Liberty Bell stamp. The envelope was carefully opened along the left edge. If you are a celebrity buff or Stewart fan, this may be an item for your collection.
Original party invitation from the early 1900's, with a picture of a little girl dressed in clothing of that period with a bouquet of flowers, on stock postcard paper, measuring 4 1/4 x 2 3/4 inches, and with the wording 'I want you to come to my party on Saturday the 26th, Time 4 oclock, Louise Griffin - Please let me know', and blank on the other side. Card is in very good condition but has some slight age discoloration and a bit of wear on the corners. This is a beautiful piece of American history, and a great item for paper ephemera collectors. Click on the picture to see more views. $3.50 fixed mailing cost for up to five items in this category.
This is an original business card size letter from 1923, with a hand written party invitation card from Clarence Mason of Hill Crest Drive and addressed to Master Jim Hammond - 526 Earle St., Greenville, South Carolina, measuring 3 7/8 x 2 3/8 inches, and with a cancelled two cent stamp and postmarked 1923. Card is in very good condition but has some slight age discoloration, envelope has tears and splits. This is a beautiful piece of American history, and a great item for paper ephemera collectors. Click on the picture to see more views. $3.50 fixed mailing cost for up to three items in this category.