Titre : Pictorial history of television
Éditeur : Chilton Company, Philadelphia
Date d'édition : 1959
Reliure : Hardcover
288 pages, thousands of illustrations, cloth, DJ, very good. 9 by 12 inches. From the DJ: "The first pictorial record of the wonderful world of television from its inception to Mary Martin's astounding double triumph on Easter Sunday, 1959 ~ Here for the first time is a magnificent volume which covers the complete panorama of television: entertainment, discussion panels, world-shaking events, and distinguished personalities from the world of stage, screen, radio, sports, music, religion, education, newscasters, government, politics, and people-in-the-news of the day. Everyone who owns a television set will want to own this book." : ; 12.10 X 9 X 0.90 inches; 288 pages. N° de réf. du libraire 37634
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