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  • Avenue Lighting HF-9112-BK-BZ Black Finished Pendant with Black Shade

    Bring a warm yet contemporary feel to your space with the Robertson Blvd. Collection pendants that will transform your space with its sleek design.

    • Color: 14
    • Brand: Avenue Lighting
    • ASIN: B00YEE03R8
    • UPC: 852673666775
    • Part No: HF9112-BK/BZ

  • Avenue Lighting HF-9113-BK-BZ Robertson BLVD. Collection Pendant

    Bring a warm yet contemporary feel to your space with the Robertson Blvd. Collection pendants that will transform your space with its sleek design.

    • Color: 10
    • Brand: Avenue Lighting
    • ASIN: B00YEDKFTA
    • UPC: 852673666782
    • Part No: HF9113-BK/BZ

  • Avenue Lighting HF9112-WHT Robertson BLVD. Collection Pendant

    Bring a warm yet contemporary feel to your space with the Robertson Blvd. Collection pendants that will transform your space with its sleek design.

    • Color: white
    • Brand: Avenue Lighting
    • ASIN: B077FGDG9X
    • UPC: 852673668878
    • Part No: HF9112-WHT

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  • The Castle Restaurant 828 S Robertson Blvd Los Angeles CA matchcover

    Original vintage matchcover. With striker, no matches, no staple. Printed back 2nd scan. Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. Scans large to show any defects. Unseen defects described. VG or better condition.

    • Brand: The Jumping Frog
    • ASIN: B077NGTFQH

  • Robertson Bl

    Own a shirt as luxurious as the famous Los Angeles street in which it originates.

    • Color: Grey
    • Brand: LA Robertson Blvd
    • ASIN: B07TZL8Y1P

  • A Robertson Family Christmas

    Hunter Clarke wins a contest he does not remember entering to spend Christmas in Louisiana with the Robertson family, and through learning to let his guard down with them he might get the greatest Christmas gift of all.

  • The Golden Pot and Other Tales : A New Translation by Ritchie Robertson

    Hoffmann, among the greatest and most popular of the German Romantics, is renowned for his humorous and sometimes horrifying tales of supernatural beings. This selection, while stressing the variety of his work, focuses on those stories in which the real and the supernatural are brought into contact and conflict. This new translation includes The Golden Pot, The Sandman, Princess Brambilla, Master Flea, and My Cousin's Corner Window. About the Series: For over 100 years Oxford World's Classics has made available the broadest spectrum of literature from around the globe. Each affordable volume reflects Oxford's commitment to scholarship, providing the most accurate text plus a wealth of other valuable features, including expert introductions by leading authorities, voluminous notes to clarify the text, up-to-date bibliographies for further study, and much more. About the Series: For over 100 years Oxford World's Classics has made available the broadest spectrum of literature from around the globe. Each affordable volume reflects Oxford's commitment to scholarship, providing the most accurate text plus a wealth of other valuable features, including expert introductions by leading authorities, voluminous notes to clarify the text, up-to-date bibliographies for further study, and much more.

  • Blood and Belonging : A Ray Robertson Mystery

    In this work of crime fiction, RCMP Sergeant Ray Robertson is on holidays in Turks and Caicos when he discovers the body of a man on the beach.

  • Dirty Blvd. - eBook

    A tremendously insightful biography of the man who helmed the Velvet Underground and single-handedly created alternative rock This book covers not only the highlights of Reed's career, but explores lesser-known facets of his work, such as his first recordings with doo-wop group the Jades, his key literary influences, the impact of Judaism upon his work, and his engagement with the LGBT movement. Drawing from original interviews with many of his artistic collaborators, friends, and romantic partners, as well as from archival material, concert footage, and unreleased bootlegs of live performances, Dirty Blvd. exposes the man behind the myth, the notoriously uncompromising rock poet who wrote songs that transcended their genre and established himself as one of the most influential and enigmatic American artists of the past half century.

  • Instruments of Darkness. Imogen Robertson

    Books : Instruments of Darkness (Paperback)

  • The Wreck of the Titan & Morgan Robertson the Man

    In 1898, a struggling author wrote this novel about a fabulous Atlantic liner, far larger than any that had ever been built, that sinks after it collides with an iceberg. The details of the book bear a chilling resemblance to the Titanic disaster fourteen years later.Moran Robertson’s tale, however, doesn’t end with the passengers’ watery demise; rather, it chronicles the survival of John Roland, a disgraced former Royal Navy lieutenant, who saves the young daughter of a former lover from the sinking ship, and the detective work instigated by members of Lloyd’s of London when word comes in that the heavily insured ship has sunk to the bottom of the ocean.Robertson draws upon his own experience as a seaman on the Atlantic to weave a narrative interspersed with colloquial dialogue, bringing to life the conflicts between rich merchants and the men who sail the ships upon which they rely.Also included here is Morgan Robertson

  • Katie Robertson A Girls Story of Factory Life - eBook

    A NEW DEPARTURE. But, mother, it isn't as if I were going away from home, like the Lloyd girls; you might have a right to cry if that were the case. I know, dear; it's all right, and I ought to be very thankful; but I'm a foolish woman. I can't bear to think of my little girl, whom I have guarded so tenderly, going among all those girls and men, and fighting her way in life. I don't think I shall be much of a fighter, laughed Katie, looking at her diminutive hands; and why is it any worse to go among the boys and girls in the factory than among the boys and girls in school? You never minded that. That was different – you weren't doing it for money. O me! what would I have thought when I married your father if any one had told me that his child, his girl child, would ever have to earn her bread! Well, mother, I won't go, said the girl, her bright looks fading away, "if you don't want me to; but I don't know what Mr. Sanderson will think, he tried so hard to get me into the mill, and it was such a favor from Mr