Kicked Around the Corner.
Los Angeles: [n.d., 1928]. Printed to announce the moving of Jake Zeitlin’s shop from a South Hope Street address to a Sixth Street address, just around the corner. Zeitlin occupied the South Hope Street for less than a year before moving to the larger Sixth Street shop. The text of the pamphlet is written as a parody conversation between Zeitlin and his landlord. Pamphlet (5 x 8 in.) moving notice, with single sheet Christmas sale notice (5 x 12 in.) and original mailing envelope (5 x 4 in.) Pamphlet with a woodcut portrait of Jake Zeitlin by Paul Landacre. Woodcut shop logo by Landacre on all three items. Very good condition. All three items printed in black on buff paper. Some toning. Moving and sale notices creased to fit into envelope. Item #17386