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  • United States. A Lot of Fourteen Various Publications from the Library of Dr.Goodwin
  • United States. A Lot of Fourteen Various Publications from the Library of Dr.Goodwin
  • United States. A Lot of Fourteen Various Publications from the Library of Dr.Goodwin
  • United States. A Lot of Fourteen Various Publications from the Library of Dr.Goodwin
  • United States. A Lot of Fourteen Various Publications from the Library of Dr.Goodwin
  • United States. A Lot of Fourteen Various Publications from the Library of Dr.Goodwin
  • United States. A Lot of Fourteen Various Publications from the Library of Dr.Goodwin
  • United States. A Lot of Fourteen Various Publications from the Library of Dr.Goodwin
  • United States. A Lot of Fourteen Various Publications from the Library of Dr.Goodwin

Item: EG2000

United States. A Lot of Fourteen Various Publications from the Library of Dr.Goodwin

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United States. A Lot of Fourteen Various Publications from the Library of Dr.Goodwin

The Colonial Dames of America 1890-1904 Booklet, published by Irving Press of New York in 1904, describing the origins of the organization, its history, its rules and regulations, and listing its officers in both 1890 and 1904, containing 40 pages printed in black ink, on an off-white blotter-type paper with scalloped edges, plus cover with the title and insignia in gold-colored ink and embossed, string-tied binding, measuring 168 mm (w) x 245 mm (h);

Insignia and Decorations of the U.S. Armed Forces, published by the National Geographic Society of Washington, D.C., marked Revised Edition, December 1, 1944, containing 208 pages, with 2,476 logos and awards reproduced in color, the text and wartime photos in black ink, measuring 175 mm (w) x 253 mm (h), tape repair evident on the spine;

Foreign War Medals, Orders and Decorations Illustrated Catalogue, illustrated by John E. Snitzel, compiled by Lenard L. Babin of Rochester, N.Y., priced at $1.00, undated but circa 1950's, with text and line drawings of awards from various countries from around the world, containing 24 pages printed in black ink on a thick white paper stock, plus cover text printed in black ink, dual-staple bound, measuring 152 mm (w) x 228 mm (h);

Foreign Versions of English Names Catalog, published by the United States Department of Justice, Immigration and Naturalization Service, printed by the United States Government Printing Office, with Revision date of 1962, containing 24 pages printed in black ink on a white paper stock, plus cover with text in black ink, dual-staple bound along the top edge, measuring 213 mm (w) x 352 mm (h);

Two True, The Man's Magazine, a Fawcett Publication, dated August 1954, featuring a seven page article featuring the Orders and Medals Society of America and their collections, containing 104 pages plus cover, in four-color inks, dual-staple bound, measuring 213 mm (w) x 282 mm (h) each, accompanied by two additional sets of the same OMSA featured articles pulled from other copies of the same issue;

Two National Geographic Magazines, dated June and October 1943, with articles illustrating various American Army & Navy insignia in the former and American medals & decorations in the latter, in color, measuring 175 mm (w) x 255 mm (h) each;

Five Partial Issues of National Geographic (two illustrating Flags of the World, two illustrating Flags of the United Nations, all four in color, the other featuring an article on the United Nations, all five housed in Oxford file folders);

Sterling-Winthrop Drug Incorporated Research Institute Information Booklet, published by the company, with stories and photos describing the company's research facility and their activities, containing 48 pages including cover, printed in cyan and black inks, on a white semi-coated paper stock, dual-staple bound, measuring 52 mm (w) x 229 mm (h), within an envelope marked "Sterling Drug Inc. New York, the Sterling story", very fine.

 

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This offering is a part of the "Dr. Albert Goodwin Collection", a preeminent assemblage of world Orders, Medals, and Decorations composed solely by Dr.Goodwin between 1946-1967. Dr. Goodwin had a successful career as an educator and prominent physician in New York as well as actively serving in both World Wars with the United States Medical Corps. He acted as both President and Vice-President of the Orders and Medals Society of America (OMSA) and is responsible for organizing their first convention in 1960. He maintained further membership with the American Society of Military Collectors, the International Orders Research Society, and the American Numismatic Society. His knowledge and passion for history and awards is evident in this meticulously compiled collection that is now available in its entirety for the first time exclusively on eMedals.com.

 

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