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The Clover Club of Philadelphia

Author: Mary R. Deacon

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Category: Clover Club of Philadelphia

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The Curious Bartender's Gin Palace

Author: Tristan Stephenson

Publisher: Ryland Peters & Small

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Category: Cooking

Page: 208

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An innovative, captivating tour of the finest gins and distilleries the world has to offer, brought to you by bestselling author and gin connoisseur Tristan Stephenson. The Curious Bartender’s Gin Palace is the follow-up to master mixologist Tristan Stephenson’s hugely successful books, 'The Curious Bartender' and 'The Curious Bartender: An Odyssey of Malt, Bourbon & Rye Whiskies'. Discover the extraordinary journey that gin has taken, from its origins in the Middle Ages as the herbal medicine ‘genever’ to gin’s commercialization and the dark days of the Gin Craze in mid 18th Century London, through to its partnership with tonic water – creating the most palatable and enjoyable anti-malarial medication – to the golden age that it is now experiencing. In the last few years, hundreds of distilleries and micro-distilleries are cropping up all over the world, producing superb craft products infused with remarkable new blends of botanicals. In this book, you’ll be at the cutting-edge of the most exciting developments, uncovering the alchemy of the gin production process and the science of flavour before taking a tour through the most exciting distilleries and gins the world has to offer. Finally, put Tristan’s mixology skills into practice with a dozen spectacular cocktails including a Purl, a Rickey and a Fruit Cup.

Cocktails At Home

Author: Tristan Stephenson

Publisher: Ryland Peters & Small

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Category: Cooking

Page: 192

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An expert guide to setting up a home bar, plus over 75 cocktail recipes to try from one of the world’s leading bartenders, drinks industry innovator and best-selling author. Preparing a first-class cocktail relies upon an understanding of its ingredients and the delicate alchemy of how they work together. Here, Tristan Stephenson – drinks industry consultant, bar owner, restaurateur and author of best-selling drinks books – offers his expert advice on the fundamentals of home mixology and shares his perfected recipes for classic cocktails. Enjoy a Manhattan, Negroni and Martini, discover lesser known vintage gems including the Martinez and Aviation as well as modern favourites the Espresso Martini and Mojito.

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Author: Anderson Galleries, Inc

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Category: Art

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Widener Library Shelflist: American history

Author: Harvard University. Library

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Category: Classified catalogs

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Pioneers of Promotion

How Press Agents for Buffalo Bill, P. T. Barnum, and the World's Columbian Exposition Created Modern Marketing

Author: Joe Dobrow

Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press

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Category: History

Page: 408

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The average American today is bombarded with as many as 5,000 advertisements a day. The sophisticated and persuasive marketing tactics that companies use may seem a recent phenomenon, but Pioneers of Promotion tells a different story. In this lively narrative, business history writer Joe Dobrow traces the origins of modern American marketing to the late nineteenth century when three charismatic individuals launched an industry that defines our national culture. Transporting readers back to a dramatic time in the late 1800s, Dobrow spotlights a trio of men who reshaped our image of the West and earned national fame: John M. Burke of Buffalo Bill’s Wild West, Tody Hamilton of the Barnum & Bailey Circus, and Moses P. Handy of the World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago. Drawing on scores of original source materials, Dobrow brings to light the surprisingly sophisticated techniques of these Gilded Age press agents. Using mostly newspapers—plus a good deal of moxie, emotional suasion, iconic imagery, and to be sure, alcohol—Burke, Hamilton, and Handy each devised ways to promote celebrities, attract huge crowds, and generate massive news coverage. As a result, a plainsman named William F. Cody became more famous than the president of the United States, a traveling circus turned into the Greatest Show on Earth, and a world’s fair attracted more than 27 million visitors. Tapping his practitioner’s knowledge of marketing and promotion, Dobrow reintroduces readers to Buffalo Bill and his Wild West show, P. T. Barnum and his circus, and the greatest of all world’s fairs. Surprisingly, the promotional geniuses who engineered these enterprises do not appear in history books alongside other marketing and advertising legends such as Ivy Lee, Edward Bernays, or David Ogilvy. Pioneers of Promotion at long last gives these founders of American marketing their due.

American Humor

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Bibliography of American Literature: George W. Cable to Timothy Dwight

Author: Jacob Blanck

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Category: American literature

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Walt Whitman

A Descriptive Bibliography

Author: Carolina Distinguished Professor of American Literature Joel Myerson

Publisher: Oak Knoll Press

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Category: Reference

Page: 1097

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Myerson's massive bibliography documents the numerous editions, reprintings, and rearrangements of Whitman's lifetime project--the singularly important Leaves of Grass--as well as miscellaneous pieces: individually published poems, magazine and newspaper articles, broadsides, circulars, advertisements, and other prose works. Thoroughly illustrated (title pages, bindings, etc.), the volume also includes an index showing the publication history of the poems in Leaves of Grass and a bibliography of the principal works about Whitman. The clearest explication of this intricate publishing history yet accomplished. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Monthly Bulletin of Books Added to the Public Library of the City of Boston

Author: Boston Public Library

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Bibliography of American Literature: James Kirke Paulding to Frank Richard Stockton

Author: Jacob Blanck

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Category: American literature

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The National Union Catalog, Pre-1956 Imprints

A Cumulative Author List Representing Library of Congress Printed Cards and Titles Reported by Other American Libraries

Author: Library of Congress

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Bulletin of the Public Library of the City of Boston

Author: Boston Public Library

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Black Baseball, 1858-1900

A Comprehensive Record of the Teams, Players, Managers, Owners and Umpires

Author: James E. Brunson III

Publisher: McFarland

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Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 1394

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This is one of the most important baseball books to be published in a long time, taking a comprehensive look at black participation in the national pastime from 1858 through 1900. It provides team rosters and team histories, player biographies, a list of umpires and games they officiated and information on team managers and team secretaries. Well known organizations like the Washington's Mutuals, Philadelphia Pythians, Chicago Uniques, St. Louis Black Stockings, Cuban Giants and Chicago Unions are documented, as well as lesser known teams like the Wilmington Mutuals, Newton Black Stockings, San Francisco Enterprise, Dallas Black Stockings, Galveston Flyaways, Louisville Brotherhoods and Helena Pastimes. Player biographies trace their connections between teams across the country. Essays frame the biographies, discussing the social and cultural events that shaped black baseball. Waiters and barbers formed the earliest organized clubs and developed local, regional and national circuits. Some players belonged to both white and colored clubs, and some umpires officiated colored, white and interracial matches. High schools nurtured young players and transformed them into powerhouse teams, like Cincinnati's Vigilant Base Ball Club. A special essay covers visual representations of black baseball and the artists who created them, including colored artists of color who were also baseballists.

Auction Catalogue

Author: C.F. Libbie & Co

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Bibliography of American Imprints to 1901: Place index

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Category: United States

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Keystone Tercentenary

Three Hundred Years of Pennsylvania/Americana

Author: Ronald Lieberman

Publisher: Family Album, Abaa

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Category: Booksellers' catalogs

Page: 250

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AB Bookman's Weekly

For the Specialist Book World

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Category: Antiquarian booksellers

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Classified List ...

Author: Princeton University. Library

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Category: Catalogs, Classified

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(The) Extraordinary Library of Hon. Samuel W. Pennypacker

Author: Samuel Whitaker Pennypacker

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