OFFICE OF BALLOU'S PICTORIAL, No. 22 WINTER STREET. At the solicitation of friends and persons who desire to benefit themselves by the use of such an extensive medium of communication with the public, through-out the country, the undersigned has determined to devote one page of Ballou's Pictorial to the purpose of advertising, reserving the right to decline such announcements as are not entirely unobjectionable in all respects.... [caption title and part of text]. Book Trade Circular.

OFFICE OF BALLOU'S PICTORIAL, No. 22 WINTER STREET. At the solicitation of friends and persons who desire to benefit themselves by the use of such an extensive medium of communication with the public, through-out the country, the undersigned has determined to devote one page of Ballou's Pictorial to the purpose of advertising, reserving the right to decline such announcements as are not entirely unobjectionable in all respects.... [caption title and part of text]

[Boston (MA): M.M. Ballou, Publisher and Proprietor, 1859]. Single sheet, folded. 25 cm. [4] pp. One page of text, [2pp. blank], docketed on 4th page in manuscript "Ballou's Pictorial circular, Feb. 1, 1859." Old fold lines, else very good. Signed in type by M.M. Ballou, Publisher and Proprietor, Boston, February 1st, 1859. The circular states that Ballou's, now in its sixteenth volume, is a desirable medium for advertising, not only because of its longevity but also because "it is reaching the most available class of the community [and] ... each number of the paper is preserved after reading, being regularly bound up every six months, so that an advertisement becomes a permanent card...." The terms offered were 25 cents per line. No listings found on OCLC. Item #65546

Price: $150.00

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