Russian Hill Runt. (Four Issues). Vol. 1, no.'s 14,17,19,20.

By: FIELD, ELIZABETH, ED.

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Book Condition: Good Condition


Newsletter: 11 pp., stapled sheets folded to 11.25" x 8.75"; printed on coated paper stock; drawings, cartoons, black & white photographs; reproductions; ads. Back cover of July, 1941 is a clip & mail petition to extend Post Street through Laurel Hill Cemetary. Issue 20 with a bit of foxing & soil along bottom edge front page.

A well crafted and wonderfully entertaining little newsletter, full of San Francisco & Russian Hill culture, history & lore, from tidbits to features. In this 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. April, no. 17 with front page illustration of the Golden Gate Bridge, by Mallette Dean; July , no. 20 issue, with Izzy Gomez and Little Lulu on front cover.

Title: Russian Hill Runt. (Four Issues). Vol. 1, no.'s 14,17,19,20.

Author Name: FIELD, ELIZABETH, ED.

Categories: History,

Publisher: San Francisco, By the editor: 1941

Book Condition: Good Condition

Seller ID: 9127

Keywords: United States History San Francisco Periodicals