Pulphead

Author: John Jeremiah Sullivan
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1448114330
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John Jeremiah Sullivan takes us on a funhouse hall-of-mirrors ride through the other side of America - to the Ozarks for a Christian rock festival; to Florida to meet the straggling refugees of MTV's Real World; to Indiana to investigate ...

The Best American Essays 2014

Author: John Jeremiah Sullivan
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 0544309324
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. . Exhilarating.” — Publishers Weekly The Best American Essays 2014 is selected and introduced by John Jeremiah Sullivan, author of the critically acclaimed essay collection Pulphead.

Congressional Record

Author: United States. Congress
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You have all been more or less lied about by newspapers, and instead of having
your condemnation I should have your sympathy when I say that I love this
country; that I am opposed to force being used ; that in Chicago we drink that in
with the milk we get in our childhood. We are opposed to any change of form of
government by violence, and the man who charges me, if some of these
pulpheads—you know what a pulphead is? We have had pinheads and
blockheads, and now the ...

Canadian Magazine Of Politics Science Art And Literature

Author: J. Gordon Mowat
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2nd, the use of the “pulp head” in each barrel. This is a piece of light pasteboard
made from wood pulp and cut just 'the size of the head of the barrel. On it is
printed something of this sort“Choice Nova Scotia Apples, Grown and Packed by
John Moon & Son, Starr's Point, Nova Scotia, No. 1 Gravensteins.” When the
empty barrel is placed head downward ready for packing, this pulp head is
placed in the bottom of it with the letters down so that when that end of the barrel
is opened in the ...

The Canadian Magazine Of Politics Science Art Literature

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2nd, the use of the “pulp head” in each barrel. This is a piece of light pasteboard
made from wood pulp and cut just the size of the head of the barrel. On it is
printed something of this sort— “Choice Nova Scotia Apples, Grown and Packed
by John Moon & Son, Starr's Point, Nova Scotia, No. 1 Gravensteins.” When the
empty barrel is placed head downward ready for packing, this pulp head is
placed in the bottom of it with the letters down so that when that end of the barrel
is opened in ...

The Canadian Magazine

Author: John Alexander Cooper
Publisher:
ISBN:
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2nd, the use of the "pulp head" in each barrel. This is a piece of light pasteboard
made from wood pulp and cut just the size of the head of the barrel. On it is
printed something of this sort — " Choice Nova Scotia Apples, Grown and Packed
by John Moon & Son, Starr's Point, Nova Scotia, No. j Graven- steins." When the
empty barrel is placed head downward ready for packing, this pulp head is
placed in the bottom of it with the letters down so that when that end of the barrel
is opened in ...

Annual Report

Author: Maine State Pomological Society
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In the bottom of the barrel, packing apples, I would put thin paper because it is
cheaper than the pulp head, but on the pressed end you want a pulp head,
because in driving in this pulp head will prevent the head from starting the skin
on the upper apples. And ba sure and put just as good apples next to be pressed
as anywhere. They will look at that end half the time and they want just as good
apples there, and good apples all through. Don t put poor stuff in the middle of
the barrel, ...

Agriculture Of Maine Annual Report Of The Commissioner Of Agriculture

Author: Maine. Dept. of Agriculture
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In the bottom of the barrel, packing apples, I would put thin paper because it is
cheaper than the pulp head, but on the pressed end you want a pulp head,
because in driving in this pulp head will prevent the head from starting the skin
on the upper apples. And be sure and put just as good apples next to be pressed
as anywhere. They will look at that end half the time and they want just as good
apples there, and good apples all through. Don't put poor stuff in the middle of the
barrel, ...