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Compleating Cul De Sac Ebook By Michael Rhode
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Are you a fan of Richard Thompson's comic strip? If so, The Complete Cul de Sac isn’t. Complete, that is. Compiling it while ill, Richard accidentally left out some strips. Others were... More > purposely left out, either because he had redrawn them for syndication, or they were too tied to the Washington, D.C. origins of the strip to make sense for a worldwide audience, or he “just felt some were not funny.” Over 100 are not in The Complete CDS. But if you’re a cartoon completist, or just want a little bit more CDS, we understand and we’re here for you. We’ve collected the lost water-colored Washington Post Magazine strips, the early inchoate musings about what the strip should be, the promotional material, the sketches for fans, interviews, and finally some fugitive Team Cul de Sac charity art by Art Spiegelman, KAL, Patrick McDonnell, Eric Shansby, Nate Beeler and others. With Richard’s blessing, or at least active acquiescence, any money the book makes will go to Team Cul de Sac to fight Parkinson’s disease.< Less
Compleating Cul de Sac Hardcover By Michael Rhode
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The Complete Cul de Sac isn’t. Complete, that is. Compiling it while ill, Richard accidentally left out some strips. Others were purposely left out, either because he had redrawn them for... More > syndication, or they were too tied to the Washington, D.C. origins of the strip to make sense for a worldwide audience, or he “just felt some were not funny.” Over 100 are not in The Complete CDS. But if you’re a cartoon completist, or just want a little bit more CDS, we understand and we’re here for you. We’ve collected the lost water-colored Washington Post Magazine strips, the early inchoate musings about what the strip should be, the promotional material, the sketches for fans, and finally some fugitive Team Cul de Sac charity art by Art Spiegelman, KAL, Patrick McDonnell, Eric Shansby, Nate Beeler and others. With Richard’s blessing, or at least active acquiescence, any money the book makes will go to Team Cul de Sac to fight Parkinson’s disease. And if more art surfaces, we’ll do a second edition.< Less
Compleating Cul de Sac By Michael Rhode
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The Complete Cul de Sac isn’t. Complete, that is. Compiling it while ill, Richard accidentally left out some strips. Others were purposely left out, either because he had redrawn them for... More > syndication, or they were too tied to the Washington, D.C. origins of the strip to make sense for a worldwide audience, or he “just felt some were not funny.” Over 100 are not in The Complete CDS. But if you’re a cartoon completist, or just want a little bit more CDS, we understand and we’re here for you. We’ve collected the lost water-colored Washington Post Magazine strips, the early inchoate musings about what the strip should be, the promotional material, the sketches for fans, and finally some fugitive Team Cul de Sac charity art by Art Spiegelman, KAL, Patrick McDonnell, Eric Shansby, Nate Beeler and others. With Richard’s blessing, or at least active acquiescence, any money the book makes will go to Team Cul de Sac to fight Parkinson’s disease. And if more art surfaces, we’ll do a second edition.< Less
National Museum of Health & Medicine Guide to the Collections 2009 By Michael Rhode
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An overview of the holdings of the five main departments of the National Museum of Health and Medicine (previously the Army Medical Museum and the Armed Forces Medical Museum), located around... More > Washington, DC. Includes a basic listing of the major collections in the archives, anatomical, historical, neuroanatomical and embryological departments. A record will look like this sample: OHA 25 Curatorial Records: Smithsonian Correspondence, 1867-1887 .5 cubic foot, 1 box. Finding aid available, arranged, inactive, unrestricted. Incoming correspondence, mostly from Smithsonian Secretaries Joseph Henry and Spencer Baird, relating primarily to the exchange of specimens between the Museum and the Smithsonian. George A. Otis, D.L. Huntington, and John S. Billings were curators of the Museum during this time. See Museum Records: Accession Records and Curatorial Records: Letterbooks of the Curators for related correspondence. Sold for the cost of printing.< Less