Tacoma, Washington: Kanzo Nihira, 1920. 11¾” x 8¾”. Small folio newspaper on two folded sheets. Pp. . Very good: light wear and some tiny edge tears.
This is a later issue of a little-known Japanese language newspaper printed in Tacoma, Washington, just after World War I.
Tacoma, Washington: Kanzo Nihira, 1919. 11½” x 8”. Small folio newspaper on two folded sheets. Pp. . Very good: one tiny tear to last leaf not affecting any text; a few scattered small stains and stray ink; lightly dust-soiled and toned.
This is an issue of a little-known..... More
Washington, D.C. 1905. Engraved silver-plated pitcher made by the F.B. Rogers Silver Co. and measuring 12” x 9½” at its tallest and widest with a 6” diameter base. Very good with no major defects.
This is a commemorative pitcher that was awarded to the editor of the Washington Bee..... More