A very vintage bookmark from the famed Strand book store in NYC. Named after the famous publishing street in London, this NYC institution since 1927 carries more than 2.5 million used, new and rare books.
Actual scan is cropped to show any wear, etc., so please check carefully!
The Strand said: "and by 1965 all newly connected phone numbers nationwide consisted of numerals only" and: "Until the late 1950's, almost all phone numbers in the United States used named exchanges, such as PLaza-5 or GRamercy-3, where the first two letters stood for the first two numbers of a seven-digit phone number. But when phone companies began running out of available numbers, they increased the pool of available numbers by replacing the neighborhood names with digits". So, it's probably pre 1965."
Books: Any borders shown around photos is to see binding or page condition. Where any tears, water-logging, wrinkles, etc. are, there will be an extra close up of it, so again, CHECK EACH PAGE CAREFULLY.
Feel free to e mail us with any questions beforehand, and check back, as we'll slowly be listing an enormous collection of magazines from the 1960's until present.
Will combine on multiples at no charge for as many that will fit in a Priority Flat Rate envelope for $5.75
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