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Fox River Patriot No. 19 (Aug-Sep 1977) R. Crumb Cover


Fox River Patriot No. 19 (Aug-Sep 1977) R. Crumb Cover
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    FOX FIVER PATRIOT No.  19 (August 24- September 13, 1977) featuring a color cover by ROBERT CRUMB,"Woodman, Spare That Tree!!"


    R. Crumb was a big fan of The Fox River Patriot. He wrote a flattering piece about it in Co-Evolutionary Quarterly, saying that it was one of his favorite publications. With only regional distribution, this is a very rare Crumb collectible.

    Other Issue #19 Contents: Three feartures by regional historian Elaine Reetz... "Uncle Dutch Walter Nickel: Montello Native Son," "For the Plautz's of Kingston [WI} Hauling Milk is a Family Affair" and "Tipper Doo the Gremlin Comes Back to Earth: A Patriot Children's Story (illustrated by Peter Poplaski); "With Bob Smith in Westfield: Touring a Prairie Plant Nursery" by Tom Montag; "Two Ecosystems in Need of Protection: Boundary Waters Canoe Area in Northeast Minnesota and Indian Dunes National Seashore" by H. E. Wright, Jr.;  "A New Energy Plan for Wisconsin" by Jon C. Sesso; "As Farmlands Disappear Urban Sprawl Pollutes Our Waters" by Jean Lang; "Wall Street Awakens to Solar Energy" by Helene Kessler; photos by Rick Maki, plus column logos and local ads illustrated by Denis Kitchen. 

    Format: 32 pages, 11.5 x 17 inch tabloid style newspaper, folded to 8 3/4 x 11.5 inch cover size.

    Condition: Near Mint uncirculated copy, carefully stored in cool environment for over three decades, with only faint aging typical of old newsprint.


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    Fox River Patriot No. 19 (Aug-Sep 1977) R. Crumb Cover

    FOX FIVER PATRIOT No.  19 (August 24- September 13, 1977) featuring a color cover by ROBERT CRUMB,"Woodman, Spare That Tree!!"


    R. Crumb was a big fan of The Fox River Patriot. He wrote a flattering piece about it in Co-Evolutionary Quarterly, saying that it was one of his favorite publications. With only regional distribution, this is a very rare Crumb collectible.

    Other Issue #19 Contents: Three feartures by regional historian Elaine Reetz... "Uncle Dutch Walter Nickel: Montello Native Son," "For the Plautz's of Kingston [WI} Hauling Milk is a Family Affair" and "Tipper Doo the Gremlin Comes Back to Earth: A Patriot Children's Story (illustrated by Peter Poplaski); "With Bob Smith in Westfield: Touring a Prairie Plant Nursery" by Tom Montag; "Two Ecosystems in Need of Protection: Boundary Waters Canoe Area in Northeast Minnesota and Indian Dunes National Seashore" by H. E. Wright, Jr.;  "A New Energy Plan for Wisconsin" by Jon C. Sesso; "As Farmlands Disappear Urban Sprawl Pollutes Our Waters" by Jean Lang; "Wall Street Awakens to Solar Energy" by Helene Kessler; photos by Rick Maki, plus column logos and local ads illustrated by Denis Kitchen. 

    Format: 32 pages, 11.5 x 17 inch tabloid style newspaper, folded to 8 3/4 x 11.5 inch cover size.

    Condition: Near Mint uncirculated copy, carefully stored in cool environment for over three decades, with only faint aging typical of old newsprint.

    $25.00