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Line o' type or two: books by contributors

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: XI-315

Scope and Contents

Books by contributors to the Chicago Tribune's "Line o' type or two" column, consisting in some casse of material that had appeared in that column, and in others of different material.

  • Bachrach, Irving. Love, honor and o'boy, by Duke Bakrak. Chicago, Hampden-Century, 1942.
  • Bromley, Albert J. Damun & Pithius, by Snowshoe Al. 1925. Broadside, with correspondence.
  • Bromley, Albert J. The return uv Showshoe Al. New York, Minton, Balch & Co., 1927.
  • Bromley, Albert J. Snowshoe Al's bed time stores (and uther times. New York, Minton, Balch & Co. 1926. Dust jacket.
  • Chunn, Leona Hayes. Verse in the blithe spirit. Trueblood, 1974. Letter and leaflet laid in
  • Eckhardt, Win. Not that it matters. New York, The March-Press, 1953.
  • Ford, Edsel (1928-1970). The stallion's nest. Private printed, 1952.
  • Gilbert, Arthur A. Quibbles and quips, by Commander Arthur A. Gilbert ("Incunabilis"). Evanston, Ill. The Schori Press, 1958.
  • Guyer, Donna Dickey. 3. Publicity only, for a novel.
  • Higdon, Hal J. Qwertyuiop, transcription by HIG. Chicago, Flaming Press, 1945.
  • Hooks, John. The Brookfield ballads of Quizzicuss. Chicago, Maplewood Press, 1971. Introduction by John McCutcheon on jacket flap.
  • Johnson, Ellis A. A line o' type and remnants. DesPlaines, 1978. Introduction by John McCutcheon. Letter laid in.
  • Keith, Frank H. Of earth and sky. Cicero, Quality Press, 1973. Letter laid in.
  • Keith, Frank H. Poems of love. Naperville, Reading Joy Inc., 1978. Letter and additional materials laid in.
  • Kent, Walter James. Wit, wisdom and love. School of the Ozarks, 1978.
  • Love, Adelaide. The star and the leaf. New York, Dodd, Mead & Co., 1947. Dust jacket.
  • Love, Adelaide. These are my tears. Evanston, Cameo Publishers, 1957.
  • Merar, George. Tribute to a friend. Chicago, K.S. Grahics, 1976.
  • Marioni, Rosa. Sunny side up. Branson, Mo., The Athenaeum Press, no date.
  • Nicholson, John U. King of the black isles. Chicago, Covici-McGee Co., 1924.
  • Otis, Arthur Frederic. A little book of casual verse. Chicago, Normandie House, 1941. Spine damaged.
  • Scholz, Irene Matthews. Humorettes. Chicago, Ralph Fletcher Seymour, 1957.
  • Stein, Kurt M. Die allerschönste Lengevitch; die schönste Lengevitch mit gemixte Pickles und limburger Lyrics zusammen downgeboilt, und plenty geseasont mit Additions von neugehatchter Nonsense, by K.M.S. New York, Crown Publishers, 1953.
  • Volk, Vivian. All the years of Christmas. Privately printed, 1976.
  • Dates

    • 1924 - 1978


    Conditions Governing Access

    There are no restrictions on use of the materials in the department for research; all patrons must comply with federal copyright regulations.


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    Language of Materials



    Books by contributors to the Chicago Tribune's "Line o' type or two" column, consisting in some cases of that had appeared in that column, and in others of other material.


    Arrangement completed prior to receiving the collection from the Robert R. McCormick Foundation

    Custodial History

    Donated to the Tribune Company Archives by John McCutcheon, 1987.

    Immediate Source of Acquisition

    Received from the Robert R. McCormick Foundation, Chicago Tribune Company, and Nexstar Media Group on January 10, 2020, accession #SPEC-2020-1.

    Guide to Line o' type or two: books by contributors
    Gary L. Strawn
    Description rules
    Describing Archives: A Content Standard
    Language of description
    Script of description

    Library Details

    Part of the Charles Deering McCormick Library of Special Collections Repository

    Deering Library, Level 3
    1970 Campus Drive
    Evanston IL 60208-2300 US