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Fox River Patriot No. 23 (Oct-Nov 1977) Kitchen Cover


Fox River Patriot No. 23 (Oct-Nov 1977) Kitchen Cover
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    FOX FIVER PATRIOT No. 23 (October 26-November 9, 1977) with a 2-color Halloween cover by Denis Kitchen, who made no secret that Halloween covers were his favorite to draw (see also Patriot No. 47, 71 and 94).

    Other Issue #41 Contents: "Princeton and Wautoma Haunted Houses" and "The Lowly Jerusalem Artichoke" by Tom Montag; "Spooker Tales of Long Ago" (featuring Neshkoro's Edward and Arthur Steinke) and "Pranks from Halloween Past" by regional historian Elaine Reetz; "The Declining Quality of the Harvest Moon" by Josh Inyew; "In Search of the Modern Vampire" by Peter Spielmann; "How o Make Corn Husk Figures" by B.C. Smith; Barry Patton music reviews, photos by Rick Maki, plus article illustrations, column logos and local ads illustrated by Kitchen. 

    Format: 28-pages, 11.5 x 17 inch tabloid style newspaper, folded to 8 3/4" x 11.5" 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. 23 (Oct-Nov 1977) Kitchen Cover

    FOX FIVER PATRIOT No. 23 (October 26-November 9, 1977) with a 2-color Halloween cover by Denis Kitchen, who made no secret that Halloween covers were his favorite to draw (see also Patriot No. 47, 71 and 94).

    Other Issue #41 Contents: "Princeton and Wautoma Haunted Houses" and "The Lowly Jerusalem Artichoke" by Tom Montag; "Spooker Tales of Long Ago" (featuring Neshkoro's Edward and Arthur Steinke) and "Pranks from Halloween Past" by regional historian Elaine Reetz; "The Declining Quality of the Harvest Moon" by Josh Inyew; "In Search of the Modern Vampire" by Peter Spielmann; "How o Make Corn Husk Figures" by B.C. Smith; Barry Patton music reviews, photos by Rick Maki, plus article illustrations, column logos and local ads illustrated by Kitchen. 

    Format: 28-pages, 11.5 x 17 inch tabloid style newspaper, folded to 8 3/4" x 11.5" cover size.

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

    $9.00