By Frank W. Hoffmann
Equipped by way of forms of info resources, the ebook selectively covers publications to the literature of pop culture, together with basic and topic encyclopedias; topic dictionaries; handbooks and manuals; biographical compilations; directories, indexes, and abstracts; bibliographies, discographies, and videographies; and supplemental assets (e.g., periodicals, study facilities, associations). each one part is prepared by way of topic: common; well known arts (e.g., song, nice arts); mass media (e.g., radio, computers); folkways/oral culture; and fads, occasions, tendencies, and different social phenomena. Selective instead of complete, the e-book bargains entries with descriptive and infrequently evaluative annotations. crucial as a study software in educational and public libraries, this advisor may also be necessary in assortment improvement.
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The book concentrates on the multitude of manufacturers who produced jukeboxes other than the widely covered big four: Wurlitzer, Seeburg, Rock-ola, and Rowe-AMI. Coverage includes Edison and several other phonographs of the era; coin-operated cylinder machines such as the Autophone and Kalamazoo; Link, Ristaucrat, Mills, Evans, Aireon, Filben, and othersmore than ninety models and thirty-five companies in all. Illustrationssome in colorwith informative captions and a price guide augment the text.
The illustrations are photographs of the dolls themselves; they serve to assist collectors in identifying the features unique to a given doll model. 36. Jaramillo, Alex. Cracker Jack Prizes. New York: Abbeville, 1990. 96p. illus. ISBN 1-55859-000-5. The chronologically arranged work covers the firm from the perspective of the prizes found in each box. All of the glossy, heavy-duty pages include color pictures. The book includes an introductory essay, "The History, Appeal, and Prizes of Cracker Jack," followed by succinct surveys of each decade beginning in 1910.
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American Popular Culture: A Guide to the Reference Literature by Frank W. Hoffmann