Ouija: For the Record

Author: D. Lynn Cain

Publisher: Diana Lynn Cain

ISBN: 0557158729

Category: Fiction

Page: 342

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The history of the used Ouija board Mary Cain bought in 1968 is not known, but Mary's family will never be the same. Their two-year odyssey is filled with unexplained and frightening twists and turns as they cede control to the spirits who inhabit the board. Will they survive being chosen for a destiny in Afghanistan?

For the Record

Author: Jennifer McKnight-Trontz,Alex Steinweiss

Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press

ISBN: 9781568982243

Category: Architecture

Page: 209

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Record albums came in plain brown wrappers until 1938, when 23-year-old Alex Steinweiss conceived of luring the record-buying public with a visually appealing cover. His idea revolutionized the record business, of course, and created a whole new area of design. Steinweiss's own album covers were mini-posters, with eye-catching graphics, vivid colours, and playful typography. This chunky volume (appropriately 45-rpm-record-size) is an illustrated history of the genre, from the 1930s to the 1960s-a must-have for music lovers.