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THE HAYLOFT GANG:  The Story of the National Barn Dance., Berry, Chad, editor
1 Berry, Chad, editor THE HAYLOFT GANG: The Story of the National Barn Dance.
Urbana Univ of Illinois Press 2008 139780252075575 First paperback edition Original Wraps Fine 
pp: xi, 215, (4); text illus from photographs. 10" x 7" The National Barn Dance broadcast country & western music from radio station WLS-Chicago during the 1930s and 1940s. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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APPEARING IN PERSON - JOE BRITT AND HIS RANGE RIDERS - HEARD OVER WCNR BLOOMSBURG: Benefit of The Veterans - on Saturday, June 11, 1949 - Time 7 p.m., Britt, Joe
2 Britt, Joe APPEARING IN PERSON - JOE BRITT AND HIS RANGE RIDERS - HEARD OVER WCNR BLOOMSBURG: Benefit of The Veterans - on Saturday, June 11, 1949 - Time 7 p.m.
Bloomsburg, PA Joe Britt 1949 Original edition Very Good 
Printed in red ink on card stock, display type, picture of bucking bronco. 10.25" x 10.75" 
Price: 50.00 USD
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THE CARLISLES--
3 Carlisle, Bill and others THE CARLISLES--"I NEED A LITTLE HELP" COUPLED WITH "i'LL NEVER LOVE AGAIN"...MERCURY RECORDS: Broadside.
NY Mercury Records 1954 First Edition not bound Fine 
10.75" x 8.25", illus from photograph of the group onstage. The record promoted here was released on 6 February 1954 as an answer to the rockabilly hit, "No Help Wanted," which Bill Carlisle (1908-2003) had recorded for Mercury in 1952. 
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OFFICIAL SHINDIG FESTIVAL PROGRAM BOOK, and Music Capitol News Annual, January-June, 1969, Clark, Jim
4 Clark, Jim OFFICIAL SHINDIG FESTIVAL PROGRAM BOOK, and Music Capitol News Annual, January-June, 1969
Fairfax, VA Jim Clark 1969 First edition Original Wraps Near Fine 
24pp; illus throughout from photographs of performers, accompanied by short biographies and appearance schedules. Included are: Tammy Wynette, Stonewall Jackson, Johnny Dollar, Del McCoury, Connie Smith and Her Sundowners, The Compton Brothers, Jerry Lee Lewis, Loretta Lynn, Bill and the Po Boys, Tex Ritter, Dolly Parton, Porter Wagoner, Mel Tillis, Tom-cat Reeder, Faron Young, Conway Twitty, Buck Owens, Johnny Cash, June Carter, and others. 11" x 8.5" 
Price: 25.00 USD
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PROMOTIONAL CALENDAR FOR 1935, FEATURING A COUNTRY & WESTERN MUSICAL GROUP: Includes an ad for Peruna, to Help Build Up Cold Chasing, Cold Fighting Resistance., Consolidated Drug Trade Products
5 Consolidated Drug Trade Products PROMOTIONAL CALENDAR FOR 1935, FEATURING A COUNTRY & WESTERN MUSICAL GROUP: Includes an ad for Peruna, to Help Build Up Cold Chasing, Cold Fighting Resistance.
Chicago Consolidated Drug Trade Products 1935 First Edition Very Good 
Calendar, printed on light stock; illus from panoramic photograph on other side. 9.75" x 3.75" Featured is the Cotton Queen Cast, which includes a brass band, front men in cowboy gear, and two endmen in blackface. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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POPULAR COUNTRY STARS,  Vol. 1, No. 1,  October 1960, Corbin, Everett J., editor
6 Corbin, Everett J., editor POPULAR COUNTRY STARS, Vol. 1, No. 1, October 1960
Nashville Corbin Music 1960 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
38pp; full-page and smaller portraits from photographs. 9.75" x 6.75" The first issue of this periodical contains feature articles on Bill Anderson and Billie Morgan, plus stories on Brenda Lee, George Hamilton IV, Faron Young, Webb Pierce, Carl Smith, Cowboy Copas, Kitty Wells, Stonewall Jackson, George Jones, and others. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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GROUP OF 17 CANDID AND STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHS OF COUNTRY STARS, Country & Western Musicians
7 Country & Western Musicians GROUP OF 17 CANDID AND STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHS OF COUNTRY STARS
Circa 1960s Very Good 
Various sizes: Four 7" x 5"; two 5" x 3"; six 4" x 3.5"; one thumbnail. Included are: Minnie Pearl; Buck Owens; Roy Clark; Grandpa Jones; Eddy Arnold; Skeeter Bonn; Don Vedder; Jimmy Newman; Bing Crosby (candid); Dave Dudley; Roy Drusky; Trail Blazers quartet; Jim Reeves; Lucille Kwoder; Cliff Waldon; and two others. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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FOUR PHOTOGRAPHIC POSTCARDS FEATURING THREE SOLO PERFORMERS AND A DUO Not addressed on versos., Country Music Men
8 Country Music Men FOUR PHOTOGRAPHIC POSTCARDS FEATURING THREE SOLO PERFORMERS AND A DUO Not addressed on versos.
various places 1960s Original editions Very Good 
Four photos: Okie Jones in embroidered western shirt; Johnny Ragsdale with his guitar; Buddie Emmons with his pedal steel guitar; Jerry Byrd & Jimmy Dickens with guitar. Collector's tiny notes. 5.5" x 3.25" 
Price: 45.00 USD
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THREE PHOTOGRAPHIC POSTCARDS FEATURING TWO SOLO PERFORMERS AND A TRIO: Not addressed on versos., Country Music Women
9 Country Music Women THREE PHOTOGRAPHIC POSTCARDS FEATURING TWO SOLO PERFORMERS AND A TRIO: Not addressed on versos.
various places 1960s Original editions Very Good 
Three photos: Bonnie Allen in evening dress; Sally Massey in buckskin; The Sinclair Sisters trio with their instruments. Collector's tiny notes. 5.5" x 3.25" 
Price: 30.00 USD
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SONG AND PICTURE BARN DANCE MAGAZINE, Issue No. 1, Deuss, Ed, editor
10 Deuss, Ed, editor SONG AND PICTURE BARN DANCE MAGAZINE, Issue No. 1
Chicago Song & Picture Barn Dance Magazine 1947 First Edition Pictorial wraps Very Good Illus from Photographs 
32pp; illus from photographs throughout text. This inaugural issue features: Duke of Paducah, Roy Rogers, Bob Atcher, Turner Brothers, Burl Ives, Milton Estes, Smiley Burnette, Sunshine Boys, WLS Barn Dance, Red River Dave, Aunt Fanny, Ernest Tubb, Dude Ranch Bucharoos, Bradley Kincaid, and Rex Allen. Also present are the lyrics to 25 cowboy songs. 11" x 8.25". 
Price: 25.00 USD
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SONG AND PICTURE BARN DANCE MAGAZINE: Issue #1, August 1947 - Issue #6, February 1948., Deuss, Edmund, editor
11 Deuss, Edmund, editor SONG AND PICTURE BARN DANCE MAGAZINE: Issue #1, August 1947 - Issue #6, February 1948.
Chicago William F. Currie 1947 First Editions Pictorial wraps Very Good 
Six volumes, 32pp per issue; illus throughout from photographs. 10.75" x 8.25" A complete set of this flavorful cowboy-hillbilly music magazine is hard to find. Each issue features a number of early country-western performers and includes words to some of their songs. Included in this set of six issues are: Roy Rogers; Duke of Paducah; Bob Atcher; Smiley Burnette; Red River Dave; Ernest Tubb; Rex Allen; Roy Acuff; Red Foley; Spade Cooley; Hoosier Hot Shots; Salty Holmes; Elton Brit; Eddy Arnold; Slim Bryant; DeZurik Sisters; Bill Boyd; Johnny Bond; Alvino Rey; Cliff Stone; Don Weston; Dale Evans; Tex Williams; Eddie Dean; Bob Wills; Merle Travis; Tex Ritter; Minnie Pearl; Cowboy Copas; Johnny Mack Brown; and others. 
Price: 150.00 USD
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AN EVENING WITH  BELA FLECK AND THE FLECKTONES [poster]: September 14th...Roseland Theater...., Fleck, Bela and others.
12 Fleck, Bela and others. AN EVENING WITH BELA FLECK AND THE FLECKTONES [poster]: September 14th...Roseland Theater....
Portland, OR Roseland Theater circa 1990 First Edition Fine 
This striking concert poster, printed in black on dayglow-green stock, features a performance photo of the group. 17" x 11" Banjo virtuoso Fleck and his band formed in 1988, combining bluegrass and jazz into a "progressive bluegrass" sound, featuring both types of music on records and on tour. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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THE COUNTRY HOTLINE MAGAZINE,  Vol. 12 [actually number 12, published monthly]. Where the Action Is in Country Music!, Fleming, Judy, editor
13 Fleming, Judy, editor THE COUNTRY HOTLINE MAGAZINE, Vol. 12 [actually number 12, published monthly]. Where the Action Is in Country Music!
Fort Worth, Texas Tom Fleming 1975 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
32pp; frequent illustrations from photographs, with Johnny Cash and June Carter on the cover. 11" x 8.5" This issue features: Johnny Cash & June Carter; Shirley Jackson; Johnny Rodriguez; Waylon Jennings; Roy Clark & Buck Trent; Jean Shepard; and others. Regular columns include: Country Truckin' News; Grapevine Opry; Truckers Mix & Match; &c. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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HEE HAW 20TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION: Concert souvenir and signed photograph., Gaylord, Ed
14 Gaylord, Ed HEE HAW 20TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION: Concert souvenir and signed photograph.
Guthrie, Oklahoma Lazy E Arena March 30, 1988 First Edition not bound Near Fine 
Broadsheet, 15.5" x 10", folded once to create illustrated cover. Lists the entire cast of the Hee Haw television show as well as the guests for this 20th anniversary live show. Laid in is an 8" x 10" glossy photograph of the 1987/88 Hee Haw Cast, signed "Love, Roy Clark" (the host) in blue ink, and "Charley Pride" (a guest) in black felt-tip ink. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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COUNTRY & WESTERN SPOTLIGHT,  Number 48,  December 1964: A World Wide Coverage of Country Music News., Gibson, Garth, editor and publisher
15 Gibson, Garth, editor and publisher COUNTRY & WESTERN SPOTLIGHT, Number 48, December 1964: A World Wide Coverage of Country Music News.
Kelso, New Zealand Garth Gibson 1964 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
42pp, mimeographed on yellow stock. 10.5" x 8.25" On the cover is a photo of Hank Williams. In this issue: The Hank Williams Story; Decca Hillbilly Listing; Australian C&W News; Roger Miller; Curley W. Fletcher; Buck Owens; news of the c&w scene from Nashville, New Zealand and the UK; editorial notes, book reviews, Christmas message, &c. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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TRAIL:  Of News and Views on the Progress of Country Music,  Vol 1, No. 3, May-June 1958., Gillis, Frieda Barter
16 Gillis, Frieda Barter TRAIL: Of News and Views on the Progress of Country Music, Vol 1, No. 3, May-June 1958.
NY Trail Publications 1958 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
68pp; many illus from photographs. 11" x 8.25" The cover features a color portrait of Faron Young and Jean Shepard, elected by Trail readers as the king & queen of country music. Contents include: Faron Young; The Jordanaires; Kitty Wells; Jim Reeves; Louvin Brothers; Jean Shepard; Wilburn Brothers; Red Foley; Homer & Jethro; Martha Lynn; Wanda Jackson; Hank Thompson; Louisiana Hayride; Tennessee Two; Marty Robbins; Canada's Roamin' Rangers; Tom Pritchard; results of the reader poll; mail, picture of the month, news of the country scene, &c. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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TOM T. HALL:  Souvenir album  [signed], Hall, Tom T.
17 Hall, Tom T. TOM T. HALL: Souvenir album [signed]
Nashville Tom T. Hall Circa 1974 First Edition Original Wraps Fine 
20pp; illus throughout from photographs, some color. 11" x 8.25" Signed on the cover: "Tom T. Hall / Love / 74." Singer-songwriter Hall, born in Kentucky in 1936, is a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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18 Hart, Freddie "THE HARTLINE" FAN CLUB MAGAZINE, DEVOTED TO COUNTRY & WESTERN PERFORMER, FREDDIE HART: February 1972.
Pueblo, CO Freddie Hart Fan Club 1972 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
24pp, stencilled text; 12 illus from candid photographs. Prior collector's inked notes. 11" x 8.5" The running theme of this issue is Freddie Hart's 1971 Number One record, "Easy Lovin," and his new release, "My Hangup Is You." Hart, born Frederick Segrest in 1926, is still quite active as Mr. Easy Lovin' as demonstrated by his website. His career includes five awards from the Academy of Country Music: Entertainer of the Year (1972), Artist of the Year, Song of the Year, Album of the Year, and Single of the Year. 
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FIRST GOLDEN STATE COUNTRY BLUE GRASS FESTIVAL, San Rafael, California: Featuring Vassar Clements, Doc and Merle Watson, Jim and Jesse, Ralph Stanley, Jimmy Martin, Mac Wiseman, Merle Travis, Doug Dillard, John Hartford, The Greenbriar Boys with Frank Wakefield, Skunk Cabbage, High Country, The Hired Hands, Phantom of the Opry, Western Union, Corn Bread, Buck White and the Down Home Folks, plus many other surprise guest stars., Jewel Productions
19 Jewel Productions FIRST GOLDEN STATE COUNTRY BLUE GRASS FESTIVAL, San Rafael, California: Featuring Vassar Clements, Doc and Merle Watson, Jim and Jesse, Ralph Stanley, Jimmy Martin, Mac Wiseman, Merle Travis, Doug Dillard, John Hartford, The Greenbriar Boys with Frank Wakefield, Skunk Cabbage, High Country, The Hired Hands, Phantom of the Opry, Western Union, Corn Bread, Buck White and the Down Home Folks, plus many other surprise guest stars.
San Rafael Jewel Productions 1974 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
14pp; illus throughout from photographs of the performers, with biographical sketches. 10" x 7" 
Price: 75.00 USD
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COUNTRY SOUNDS OF THE SOUTHWEST,  September/October 1973, Jones, F.D. and J.B. Henderson, editors
20 Jones, F.D. and J.B. Henderson, editors COUNTRY SOUNDS OF THE SOUTHWEST, September/October 1973
Houston, Texas Country Sounds 1973 First Edition Printed self-wraps Very Good 
36pp; text illus from photographs. 11" x 6.75" In this issue: Low Blow in the Life of Music Row by Bennie Hess; The Nashville Nuthouse by Paul Hermes; Clubbing with Barr; What Will Happen to the Grand Ole Opry; Larry Booth; Kim Whittington; The Professional Songwriter; Tommy Overstreet; The Rose of Mexico--Rosana Mayo; letters; new of the country scene; &c. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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MEET THE RADIO FOLKS WHO ENTERTAIN YOU ON KEYSTONE BARN DANCE PROGRAMS, Keystone Barn Dance
21 Keystone Barn Dance MEET THE RADIO FOLKS WHO ENTERTAIN YOU ON KEYSTONE BARN DANCE PROGRAMS
Peoria, Illinois Keystone Steel & Wire Co. 1945 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
16pp; illus throughout from photographs of performers, with biographical notes and blurbs. 8.75" x 7.75" Members of the Keystone Barn Dance include: Patsy Montana, Prairie Ramblers, Arkansas Wood Chopper, De Zurik Sisters, Georgie Goebel, Girls of the Golden West, Coon Creek Girls Band, and others. This brochure also includes members of the Iowa Barn Dance Frolic: Lem and Martha, Sunset Corners Symphony, Borderland Buckaroos, Three Little Girls, Maple City Four, Corncrackers, and others. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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SIGNED, PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPH OF HARRY LESTER: Captioned "Harry Lester and his Hayseeds.", Lester, Harry
22 Lester, Harry SIGNED, PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPH OF HARRY LESTER: Captioned "Harry Lester and his Hayseeds."
s.l. s.n. 1930s Original edition Very Good 
5.75" x 4" black-and-white portrait of Harry Lester wearing a cowboy hat and pointing at the camera. Signed across his body in blue ink. Harry Lester was born at Fort Worth, Texas in 1895. He began life as part of his family's traveling show and went on to adapt his act as popular crazes emerged, finally becoming a headliner as a hillbilly musician in the 1930s and '40s, retiring in 1957. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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THE SHERWIN LINTON FAN CLUB JOURNAL,  October 1969 + photograph. Edited by Mary Ann Linton, President., Linton, Sherwin
23 Linton, Sherwin THE SHERWIN LINTON FAN CLUB JOURNAL, October 1969 + photograph. Edited by Mary Ann Linton, President.
Minneapolis Sherwin Linton National Fan Club 1969 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
60pp on various colored papers; 100+ illus from photographs. 11" x 8.5" Sherwin Linton, described as "gravelly voiced" and still performing widely in 2011, is perhaps best known for his tributes to the music of Johnny Cash. Laid into this book is a 10" x 8" professional photo of Linton. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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THE JUDY LYNN SHOW: The JLJ Official Publication for the Judy Lynn Fan Club, Vol. 5, August 1967., Lynn, Judy
24 Lynn, Judy THE JUDY LYNN SHOW: The JLJ Official Publication for the Judy Lynn Fan Club, Vol. 5, August 1967.
Burlington, Ontario June Hucker, President 1967 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
pp: (iv), 22; illus from drawings and photographs, some color. Laid in are an 8" x 10" color photo of Judy Lynn and two applications for membership in her fan club. 11" x 8.5" Judy Lynn Kelly (nee Voiten) was born in Idaho in 1936, won the title of America's Champion Girl Yodeler, was crowned Miss Idaho in 1955, and became a country & western singer, joining a nationwide tour of the Grand Ole Opry. She was hired to fill in for Jean Shepard, who had become ill during the tour. Lynn retired from the music business in 1980, and died in 2010 at her home in Jeffersonville, Indiana. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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COUNTRY AND WESTERN KEEPSAKE, Volume 1 [complete], Moeller, Larry A., editor
25 Moeller, Larry A., editor COUNTRY AND WESTERN KEEPSAKE, Volume 1 [complete]
Nashville Moeller Talent 1966 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
50pp; illus from photographs throughout text. 12" x 9" Contents include: an artist's sketch of the just-completed Country Music Hall of Fame Museum; Life to Legend (Hank Williams) by Jerry Rivers; I Have A Sick Sister in Texas by Merle Travis--"autobiography written especially for this publication"; features on Little Jimmy Dickens. Cousin Minnie Pearl, and Chet Atkins; Being A Funny Man Is Serious Business by the Duke of Paducah; and dozens of photo-portraits and biog sketches of country stars. 
Price: 60.00 USD
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BILL MONROE FAN CLUB NEWSLETTER,  Number 3: Edited by Marvine Johnson., Monroe, Bill
26 Monroe, Bill BILL MONROE FAN CLUB NEWSLETTER, Number 3: Edited by Marvine Johnson.
Hurricane, West Virginia Bill Monroe Fan Club 1967 First Edition Staplebound Wraps Very Good 
15pp, mimeographed on white paper; folded once for mailing. 11" x 8.5" Includes: letter from Bill Monroe; from the president's desk; letter from vice president; praise and testimony for the Bluegrass Boys from various fans; a long review of the 1967 bluegrass festival; &c. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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HILLBILLY AND WESTERN SCRAPBOOK: 1958 Edition., Moore, Thurston, editor
27 Moore, Thurston, editor HILLBILLY AND WESTERN SCRAPBOOK: 1958 Edition.
Cincinnati Scrapbook Publishers 1951 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
(32)pp; illus throughout from photographs. Contains many short biographies with portraits (two per page) of country stars of the day: Red Foley; Hank Snow; Delmore Brothers; Texas Bill Strength; Hank Williams; Charlie Monroe; Shug Fisher; Jack Guthrie; Eddy Arnold; Georgia Crackers; Smiley Burnette; Slim Carter; Hopalong Cassidy; Smokey Rogers; and many other individuals and groups. 8.5" x 11" 
Price: 25.00 USD
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HOEDOWN,  Vol. I, No. 1: The Magazine of Hillbilly and Western Stars., Moore, Thurston, editor
28 Moore, Thurston, editor HOEDOWN, Vol. I, No. 1: The Magazine of Hillbilly and Western Stars.
Cincinnati Artist Publications 1953 First Edition Pictorial wraps Very Good 
This is the rare Volume 1, Number 1, issue of "Hoedown," a magazine of words and pictures related to country music. 11" x 8.5" Featured in this issue are: Hank Williams, Davis Sisters, Jimmie Rodgers, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Gene Autry, Rita Faye, Bonnie Lou, and Randolph Scott. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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SCRAPBOOK OF HILLBILLY AND WESTERN STARS  [signed by two]., Moore, Thurston, editor
29 Moore, Thurston, editor SCRAPBOOK OF HILLBILLY AND WESTERN STARS [signed by two].
Cincinnati Artists Publications 1952 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
48pp; illus throughout from photographs. Contains many short biographies with portraits (two per page) of country stars of the day: Roy Acuff, Hank Williams, Cliffie Stone, Kitty Wells, Rosalie Allen, Maddox Bros. and Rose, Merle Travis, Gene Autry, Hank Snow, Lulu Belle and Scotty, Slim Whitman, Cowboy Copas, Tex Williams, Pee Wee King, Eddy Arnold, Bill Monroe, Mervin Shiner, Homer & Jethro, and many other individuals and groups. 8.25" x 11" Inscribed and signed next to their pictures by Wayne Raney and Lefty Frizzell. Laid into this book is a 10" x 7" pictorial broadside, featuring two personalities heard on radio station WCKY, Cincinnati: Nelson King, "The King of Hillbilly and Western Disk Jockeys"; and Marty Roberts, co-conductor of the Hillbilly Jamboree. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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SCRAPBOOK OF HILLBILLY AND WESTERN STARS., Moore, Thurston, editor
30 Moore, Thurston, editor SCRAPBOOK OF HILLBILLY AND WESTERN STARS.
Cincinnati Artists Publications 1952 First Edition Original Wraps Very Good 
(48)pp; illus throughout from photographs. Contains many short biographies with portraits (two per page) of country stars of the day: Roy Acuff, Cliffie Stone, Kitty Wells, Rosalie Allen, Maddox Bros. and Rose, Merle Travis, Gene Autry, Hank Snow, Lulu Belle and Scotty, Slim Whitman, Cowboy Copas, Tex Williams, Pee Wee King, Eddy Arnold, Bill Monroe, Mervin Shiner, and many other individuals and groups. Complete with the original mailing envelope (address blacked out). 8.25" x 11" 
Price: 35.00 USD
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