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The INTERPRETER, a Semi-monthly Comment on Current Events for People Concerned With the Achievement of Normal Living Through Decentralization.
Brookville, Ohio; Suffern, New York: Loomis and Borsodi, Lane's End Homestead, 1945 - 1951. Very Good. Loomis, Mildred Jensen and Borsodi Ralph. The INTERPRETER, a Semi-monthly Comment on Current Events for People Concerned With the Achievement of Normal Living Through Decentralization. Published by Mildred Jensen Loomis and Ralph Borsodi at Lanes End Homestead, Brookville, Ohio, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948; from 1949, at Nyack Turnpike, Suffern, New York, with Loomis and Borsodi listed as editors. An incomplete run, 138 issues are offered here. A very rare publication, OCLC lists only one volume for 1949 in one library, that being at Harvard in the Loeb Library of the School of Design. 1945: Vol. I, Not bound, Nos. 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18.1946: Vol. II, Bound in a paper wrapper, Nos. 1 [numbered as Vol I, No. 24] laid in, 2 [numbered as Vol. II, no. 1], 3 [numbered as Vol. II, no. 2], 4 [numbered as Vol. II, no. 3], 5 [numbered as Vol. II, no. 4], 6 [numbered as Vol. II, no. 5], 7 [numbered as Vol. II, no. 6], 8 [numbered as Vol. II, no. 7], 9 [numbered as Vol. II, no. 8], 10 [numbered as Vol. II, no. 9], 11 [numbered as Vol. II, no. 10], 12 [numbered as Vol. II, no 11], 13 [numbered as Vol. I, no. 12], second copy of 13 [numbered as Vol. I, no. 12] laid in, 15 [numbered as Vol. I, no. 14] laid in, 16 [numbered as Vol. II, no. 15], 17, 19 [numbered as Vol. II, no. 18], 21 [numbered as Vol. II, no. 20], 22 [numbered as Vol. II, no. 21], 23 [numbered as Vol. II, no. 22], 24 [numbered as Vol. II, no. 23].1948: Vol IV, Not bound, Nos. 1 [numbered as Vol. III, no. 24], 4 [numbered as Vol. IV, no. 3], 6 [numbered as Vol. IV, no. 5], 7 [numbered as Vol. IV, no. 6], 8 [numbered as Vol. IV, no. 7], 10 [numbered as Vol. IV, no. 9] 11 [numbered as Vol. IV, no. 10], 12 [numbered as Vol. IV, no. 11], 13 [numbered as Vol. IV, no. 11], 14 [numbered as Vol. IV, no. 13], 15 [numbered as Vol. IV, no. 14], 16 [numbered as Vol. IV, no. 15], 17 [numbered as Vol. IV, no. 16], 18 [numbered as Vol. IV, no. 17], 19 [numbered as Vol. IV, no. 18], 20 [numbered as Vol. IV, no. 19], 22 [numbered as Vol. IV, no. 21], 23 [numbered as Vol. IV, no. 22], 24 [numbered as Vol. IV, no. 23].1949: Vol. V, Bound, Nos. 1 24. Note: only one issue appeared in March dated March 15, a 12- page issue; and the June 15 issue has a postage due 2 cents sticker on the last page, this returned copy was addressed to Edward Marshall. The newspapers name is printed upside down on p. 5 of the June 15 issue. Very good. 1950: Vol. VI, Bound, Nos. 1 (a returned copy sent to Sam Vigus) 5; No. 6 is The INTERPRETER QUARTERLY NORMAL LIVING, The Family Homestead Magazine, Spring 1950, dated March 15 and as Vol. VI, No. 6 (32 pages); Nos. 7 14, No. 14 is a Special Normal Living Edition Summer 1950 (30 pages); Nos. 15 23. Very good. 1951: Vol. VII, The INTERPRETER, a Commentary on Events and Education. (Vol. VII, No. 19); The INTERPRETER, a Commentary on Education and Living (No. 20), 21 24; 1952 Vol. VIII, nos. 1 - 13; The INTERPRETER, a Monthly Commentary on Education for Normal Living (No. 14), nos. 14 - 17. Vols. VII & VIII in one binding, Nos. 19 24 only comprise Vol. VII, and Nos. 1 13; for 1952, with a gap between issue 13, July 1, 1952, and issue 14, September, 1952, with only one issue published monthly from September through December, nos. 14 17. Very good. 1951: Vol. VII, nos. 19 24; 1952: Vol. VIII, nos. 1 --17; 1953: Vol. IX, 1 10; 1954: Vol. X, nos. 1 2, 4, 5, 7, in one binding. Vol. VII, no. 24, Vol. VIII, no. 4 is addressed to Laurence Labadie at 2306 Buchanan, Detroit, Michigan. Vol. VIII, no. 15, July 1952 printed as a sample copy. Vol IX, no. 3 is addressed to Laurence Labadie at 2306 Buchanan, Detroit, Michigan. The May 1954 issue has the incorrect volume number XI. A separate home-made wrapper of acidic paper, the paper used for years 1951 54 was very good with rag content. The newspapers are in very good to fine condition.
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