Alfred McClung Lee's The Daily Newspaper in America is an extensive examination of the newspaper industry from 1710 to 1936, from an economic and sociologically point of view, fully backed by statistical data. Lee [1906-] provides an excellent general study of the subject, with his work covering such topics as labour, ownership and advertising. ...
Alfred McClung Lee's The Daily Newspaper in America is an extensive examination of the newspaper industry from 1710 to 1936, from an economic and sociologically point of view, fully backed by statistical data. Lee [1906-] provides an excellent general study of the subject, with his work covering such topics as labour, ownership and advertising. The Daily Newspaper in America Part 1 0-415-22891-3: 234x156: 402pp 75.00 The Daily Newspaper in America Part 2 0-415-22892-1: 234x156: 410pp 75.00
Poor in Poor jacket. Book A price is written to the fist page, no other marks inside. Appears to be light water damage to the bottoms of pages. DJ has numerous tears and staining. Brown boards with green DJ. Light foxing to the textblock. Book is cocked. Dj is price clipped and written on. The binding is tight.
Good in Missing jacket. New York: Macmillan, 1937. First edition. Hardcover. 797 pp. Good, lacking jacket. Rubbed at edges and along spine, showing at corners. Boards scuffed. Previous owner's name and date at top of front free endpaper with minor foxing to first few leaves. Unmarked text.
New. pp. 831. Lang: -eng, Pages 831, It is the reproduction of the original edition/manuscript published long back in black & white format . Hardcover with sewing binding with glossy laminated multi-Colour Dust Cover, Printed on high quality Paper, professionally processed without changing its contents. We found this book important for the readers who want to know about our old treasure so we brought it back to the shelves. Print on Demand.
VG-(Ex-lib., stamping inside front cover, label and pocket inside back, usual markings to reverse title page; A few stray markings, generally at table of contents, but overall pages clean and tight) Blue coth over boards, library binding; 797 pp.; A few scattered bw figures. Twelve chapters, including The Rise of Dailies, The Physical Basis, Labor, Ownership and Management, From Press to People, Advertising, The Editorial Staff, and more.
Good. Octavo. Cloth Hardcover. 1947. Ex-Library with the usual treatments. xiv, 797pp. Bound in blue cloth with black lettering on spine. Heavy shelfwear with rubbing of edges and light peeling at corners. Moderate soiling of cover surfaces. Binding is shaken and occasionally tended. Pages are clean with moderate toning. Includes a large folding map with some closed tears and one long closed along center fold, some wrinkles from incorrect folding. Offered by the Antiquarian, Rare, and Collectible department of Better World Books. Your purchase benefits global literacy programs. 100% satisfaction guaranteed.
Vg in None jacket. 8 Vo. Hard Back. VG+. Second Edition. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 797p, fold-out map, index; blue cloth HB w/black; slightly rubbed edges, slightly cocked, a few of the front pages have been bent.
Good. No Jacket. 8vo. Signed By Author: Inscribed. 797 pages, indexed, plus folding map; Personal inscription on the front paste down reads: "To T. C. ("Mickie") Ryther / With best regards, fond memories / of our association at K.U., and / thanks for your useful suggestions / regarding Chapters V and VI, / Alfred M. ("Al") Lee / 9/9/37"; Three inch closed tear entering west edge on map; Corners are a little bumped; General light wear, though volume remains tight and clean.
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