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New York: Oak Publications, 1970. Hardcover. viii, 294p., first US edition. No dj. Oliver's wide-ranging survey of the blues tradition includes discussions of the problems involved in classification and collection, as well as censorship, the Dirty Dozens, and much more. Originally issued in Great Britain as "Screening the Blues"
Garden City: Doubleday, Doran & Co., 1928. Hardcover. xvii, 247p., 8.5x11 inches, frontispiece, preface, foreword, introductory, index, illustrated with 24 half-tone plates and dozens of in-text illustrations, musical notations for songs, shelf-worn and slightly shaken stated first edition in orange cloth. no dj.
Hollywood: The Playgoer/Hollywood Playhouse, [1938 or 1939]. Magazine. 32p. includes covers5.75x8.5 inches, program for the show, ads, very good playbill in stapled green printed wraps. This musical comedy review/history of vaudeville was one of the final productions for the Federal Theatre and ran from 10/29/1938 - 5/14/1939 in Hollywood on.....
New York: Burke & Van Heusen, Inc., 1945. Sheet music. 5p., standard format 12x9 inch self-wraps decorated with production-still collage in b&w with blue titling and background. Old ownership penned lightly on front, a good copy. "Utopia," to vaudevillians Hope and Crosby, is a gold mine in Alaska.