Old Falk’s Store Advertising - Gene Autry Composition Book

This is a vintage composition book that many of us remember using in school. This one has a western theme on the cover with a fine line drawing of Gene Autry on his horse Champion and two young cowboys sitting on the fence in the background. It was from the Falk's department stores of Idaho and Oregon and on the back is a young boy wearing a Gene Autry Cowboy Shirt by Sturdiboy with the endorsement; Boy! Wear the same shirt as the World`s Greatest Cowboy. There is also a place for name, address and school in case the booklet is lost. Inside are lined pages that have not been written on.

It measures about 6 7/8" by 8 9/16" and is in very good condition with minimal crease and edge wear of the cover and inner pages.

The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.

Don't forget to check out the other collectible children's books in our shop as well as other advertising pieces.

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Item ID: 18596


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