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Weird Tales 1931 August By Arthur Wyllie
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This is a facsimile reprint of the August 1931 issue of the classic horror pulp Weird Tales. The pages of this reprint are a light brown, but all artwork and text are sharp and clear.
Weird Tales 1931 Jan By Arthur Wyllie
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This is an exact reprint of the January 1931 issue of the classic horror pulp Weird Tales. Each page is reproduced in its entirety for the best reading experience outside of the original issue.
NOCALORE Vol. I 1931 By Jonathan Underwood, Editor
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In 1930 several Masons from across North Carolina sought to create a lodge whose purpose was to explore the more academic aspects of Freemasonry—its meaning, history, legends, mysteries, myths,... More > and rituals. The lodge’s members were encouraged, if not expected, to conduct research and write papers on such topics. The North Carolina Lodge of Research No. 666 (NOCALORE as it was affectionately known) was chartered on 21 January 1931 in Monroe, North Carolina, and was very successful in attracting capable men seeking to illuminate the fraternity’s knowledge of its own nebulous past and pieces. Long out of print, this volume has been reprinted by the Grand Lodge of Ancient, Free and Accepted Masons of North Carolina. It is the hope of the Grand Lodge that the reprinting of NOCALORE will help redirect a light on some lost Masonic scholarship and inspire a new generation of Masonic thinkers, philosophers, and seekers of light.< Less
Astounding Stories, August, 1931 By Various
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THE DANGER FROM THE DEEP by RALPH MILNE FARLEY BROOD OF THE DARK MOON by CHARLES WILLARD DIFFIN IF THE SUN DIED by R. F. STARZL THE MIDGET FROM THE ISLAND by H. G. WINTER THE MOON WEED by HARL... More > VINCENT THE PORT OF MISSING PLANES by CAPTAIN S. P. MEEK< Less
Kroepfl History 1931 By Thomas Kroepfl
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This is one in a series of volumes outlining the Kroepfl family and it's journey through the American landscape.
1931 South Australian Football Report By Trevor Gyss
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A report of the 1931 South Australian National Football League Season
Illustrated Detective Magazine September 1931 By Octavus Roy Cohen et al.
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A PULP TALES PRESS REPLICA: The September 1931 issue of THE ILLUSTRATED DETECTIVE MAGAZINE featuring the first installment of Octavus Roy Cohen's novel "The Hollywood Bridal-Night Murder"... More > featuring his detective Jim Hanvey.< Less
Mary Warshaw Retrospective 1931 - 2010 By Pajaro Valley Arts Council
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This catalog has been published in conjunction with the exhibition, Mary Warshaw Retrospective 1931 - 2010 organized by the Pajaro Valley Arts Council Gallery, September 1 - October 9, 2011
Stories & Essays, 1927-1931 By Elizabeth Mai Rachal
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Elizabeth Mai Rachal, known as “Nookie” to her family and home-town friends, was born in 1920 and grew up on a large ranch in the far southwestern part of Texas. The stories, essays and... More > drawings in this book were written by Nookie during 1927-1931, when she was between the ages of 7 and 11 years. They are excerpts from schoolwork she did through the Calvert School, a home-schooling program, which bound each student’s exercises into a book at the end of every school year. Through her writing, the reader is offered a colorful glimpse of daily life for a child growing up on a West Texas ranch during the 1920s and early ’30s.< Less
British Railways on Vinyl: 1931 to 1989 By Ian McDonald
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Limited edition of 200 in BR passenger express green. British Railways on Vinyl is the culmination of years of research and provides details of all known recordings of British railway locomotives on... More > vinyl records from 1931 to 1989. Data is listed first by record label, then by catalogue number and finally by locomotive, location and recording date so you can easily discover whether recordings exist for specific locomotives. Organising the data in this way lays bare the extent of reuse of many recordings on, often, multiple records. It also solves one thirty-odd year-old mystery, which should please enthusiasts of Class 52 ‘Western’ Diesel Hydraulics. The book is a must for all railway enthusiasts, from the casual railway modeller, who wants to create an authentic soundtrack for their hobby, to the serious historical researcher of British railway sound recordings from the 'classic' era, when steam was King. It will also be of great interest to vinyl record collectors - especially heavy metal fans!< Less

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