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Provenance Purchase from Haldeman-Julius Company of Girard, Kansas, c1974-1975. Extent, Scope, and Content Note The collection is comprised of 10 linear inches of books and pamphlets published between 1922 and 1950 by the Haldeman-Julius Company of Girard, Kansas.The pictures in this collection include various images of the publishing house and venture of the Haldeman-Julius Publishing Company, his family and friends, and descendants. There are also pictures of the 50th anniversary celebration in 1969 of the Little Blue Books. Printing is not supported at the primary Gallery Thumbnail page. Please first navigate to a specific Image before printing.Western Books 1955 by Zeitlin, Jake and Richard Hoffman and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at AbeBooks.co.uk.
Haldeman-Julius Monthly, Vol. V, No. 5, April, 1927. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Company, 1927. First edition. Stapled wrappers printed in black and yellow, 128 pp. Some browning and toning to wrappers, faint evidence of very slight dampstaining, about VG. A single issue of Haldeman-Julius’ freethought monthly later called “The Debunker.
The collection contains 671 volumes from Haldeman-Julius Company's Little Blue Book series, edited by E. Haldeman-Julius. The collection also includes volumes from the series' earlier titles: Appeal's Pocket series, People's Pocket series, Ten Cent Pocket series, Five Cent Pocket series, and Pocket series. Also included are 17 catalogs of Little Blue Books available for sale by Haldeman-Julius.
In 1889, Emanuel Julius, later known as E. Haldeman-Julius, was born in Philadelphia, the son of Russian Jewish immigrants. Beginning odd-job work as a young teenager, Emanuel eventually became a newspaper copy boy. An early socialist, he educated himself at party headquarters, reading tracts on freethought, philosophy and economics. In 1906, Emanuel left his home for good, heading for New.
Fielding, William J. What the woman past forty should know. Kansas. Haldeman-Julius Company. 1925.
Why I Am An Infidel Luther Burbank LITTLE BLUE BOOK NO. 1020 Edited by E. Haldeman-Julius HALDEMAN-JULIUS COMPANY GIRARD, KANSAS. Luther Burbank, naturalist, originator of new fruits, flowers, etc., was born in Massachusetts in 1849. he was always devoted to nature study, especially plant life, with which he early began to experiment.
Haldeman-Julius Company. PREFACE. I am glad to be permitted thus to say, in a few words of introduction to this well-meditated little volume, how pleasant and how profitable an idea it must be considered to have designed and compiled a Buddhist anthology. Selecting his cut and uncut jewels from very various Buddhistic sources, Mr. Bowden has here supplied those who buy and use the book with.
The Haldeman-Julius Weekly was a 4 page weekly newspaper that was, in fact, an ad for Haldeman-Julius’ library of Little Blue Books with articles and ads for current and upcoming publications. Foremost among the upcoming publications was their new literary quarterly journal (they were also starting up a monthly to help cover all their bases). It was in the ad for the new Haldeman-Julius.
A very popular and cheap collection of works published by the E. Haldeman-Julius Company, of Girard, Kansas in the 1920s, which included ten titles by J.C.P. and two by Llewelyn Powys, but published also Sherwood Anderson, Conan Doyle, Ben Hecht, Emerson or Balzac. They cost between 5 and 10 cents. The company had been started by one Julius A. Wayland who came to Girard, Kansas in 1887 and.
E. Haldeman-Julius Quotes. facebook; twitter; googleplus; The influences that have lifted the race to a higher moral level are education, freedom, leisure, the humanizing tendency of a better-supplied and more interesting life. In a word, science and liberalism. .. have accomplished the very things for which religion claims the credit. E. Haldeman-Julius. Race, Interesting, Credit. 11 Copy.
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Darwin and the theory of evolution. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius. REVISION HISTORY: Scanned by John van Wyhe, transcribed (single key) by AEL Data, corrections by van Wyhe 8.2009. RN1. NOTE: The copy scanned is from the collection of van Wyhe. (front cover) LITTLE BLUE BOOK NO. 568 Edited by E. Haldeman-Julius. Darwin and the Theory of Evolution. Carroll Lane Fenton. LITTLE BLUE BOOK NO.
Get this from a library! Haldeman-Julius 'Little Blue Books' collection, 1915-1976. (E Haldeman-Julius; Haldeman-Julius Company.;) -- The Haldeman-Julius 'Little BLue Books' were published at the Girard Publishing Plant in Girard, Kansas from 1915-1975. Though they were at first covered in paper of differing colors, by mid-1921 the.
A typical page of listings for the famous little blue books that often got H-J in trouble with bluenoses and were beloved of young literates wishing to know.
On this date in 1889, Emanuel Julius, later known as E. Haldeman-Julius, was born in Philadelphia, the son of Russian-Jewish immigrants. An early socialist, he educated himself at party headquarters, reading tracts on freethought, philosophy and economics. In 1906 he left home for good, heading for New York City. His self-education continued when a sympathetic librarian at a girls' school in.