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1 Cotter, Bill The Wonderful World of Disney Television A Complete History
Hyperion 1997 0786863595 / 9780786863594 Hardcover Very Good in Very Good dust jacket 
640 pages, illustrations, cloth, dust jacket, former owner's embossed label on front blank endpaper otherwise fine. Dust jacket protected by mylar covering. From the DJ: "A treasure trove of nostalgia, this is the first book of its kind and exactly what Disney, pop-culture, and television fans have been clamoring for." ; 10.20 X 7.20 X 1.70 inches; 640 pages 
Price: 25.00 USD
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2 Josefsberg, Milt The Jack Benny Show
New Rochelle, NY Arlington House Publishers 1977 087000347X / 9780870003479 Hardcover Very Good in Very Good dust jacket 
496 pages, illustrations, cloth, former owner's embossed label on front blank endpaper otherwise very good. Includes two related newspaper clippings. Dust jacket in mylar protective cover. ; 9.50 X 6.70 X 1.50 inches; 496 pages 
Price: 50.00 USD
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3 Marshall, Peter & Adrienne Armstrong & Alex Trebek (Foreword) Backstage with the Original Hollywood Square [Signed by Peter Marshall]
Nashville, TN Rutledge Hill Press 2002 1558539808 / 9781558539808 First Edition Hardcover Very Good in Very Good dust jacket Signed by Author
224 pages, illustrations, blue boards, dust jacket, very good. Inscribed on title page by Peter Marshall. CD "Zingers from the Hollywood Squares, Backstage with the original Hollywood Square" in clear plastic envelope on inside back cover. From the DJ: "An insider's view of one of the most remarkable television shows of all time." Foreword by Alex Trebek. ; 9.20 X 6.40 X 0.86 inches; 224 pages; Signed by Author 
Price: 50.00 USD
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4 Yates, Raymond Francis ABC of Television or Seeing by Radio: a Complete and Comprehensive Treatise Dealing with the Theory, Construction and Operation of Telephotographic and Television Transmitters and Receivers ; Written Especially for Home Experimenters, Radio Fans and Stude
New York Norman W. Henley Publishing 1929 First Edition Hardcover Very Good 
Viii, 210, [36 advertising] pages, 13 plates, many text diagrams, tables, cloth, very good. Scarce. "Includes a brief history of television, a glimpse into its future, as well as its immediate possibilities. Explains in easily-understood language the theory of photo-electric cells, scanning discs, neon tubes, Kerr cells, selenium cells, and the underlying factors involved in the successful transmission of still and living scenes. Outlines the various television and telephotographic systems in sue today and tells how to build and use simple home-made equipment. " From the preface: "Owing to the limited circulation of the technical journals issued by the Bell organization, it was thought advisable to make some of this extremely valuable data available to a larger number of experimentalists. " FR7-1; 210 pages 
Price: 150.00 USD
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