Russian Hill Runt. {2 issues) Vols. 1 - No's. 17 & 20; February and July, 1941


Price: $30.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Good Condition

Newsletter: 8 & 11 pp., stapled sheets folded to 11.25" x 8.75"; printed on coated paper stock; drawings, cartoons, black & white photographs; reproductions; ads. February issue with dime size cigarette burn diminishing through all pages (no burn hole); July issue, staples a bit rusty with offset to pages at staple spots; corners creased; back cover with a small stain at top corner near spine and tanning at extremites.

A well crafted and wonderfully entertaining little newsletter, full of San Francisco & Russian Hill culture, history & lore, from tidbits to features. February issue includes Art Versus War! Alumni of R. H. 'S California School of Fine Arts Go Into Action with Benefit Art Show; An Exclusive Runt Full Face Interview with Lee F. Randolph, Director of the California School of Fine Arts; two illustrations by Mallette Dean. July issue: Art Goes Democratic . . . Thanks to W.P.A.; It's Murder! Moderns Threaten Slaughter of Frisco's Best Legend, by Dick Chase, on the effort to save the cable cars and it's lack of support from some quarters. back cover is a clip & mail petition to extend Post Street through Laurel Hill Cemetary. Photographs on front cover, including Izzy Gomez and Little Lulu.

Title: Russian Hill Runt. {2 issues) Vols. 1 - No's. 17 & 20; February and July, 1941


Categories: History,

Publisher: San Francisco, By the editor: 1941

Book Condition: Good Condition

Seller ID: 6609

Keywords: United States History San Francisco Periodicals