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Fri Mar 21 17:14:15 2014 UTClccn-no980929300.00The Terrible Truth about Serbia ... With Serbia's Fight for Freedom ... by "Shamrock."0.481.00Hearst Metrotone news57668439Thomas_Liptonno 980929304754769Johnstone Lipton, Thomas 1850-1931Lipton, Thomas 1850-1931Lipton, Thomas J. 1850-1931lccn-n81146959Thomas J. Lipton, Inclccn-n87849323D'Antonio, Michaellccn-n50023750Waugh, Alec1898-1981lccn-n92056061Blackwood, Williamnp-smallwood, robert bartlySmallwood, Robert Bartlylccn-n80039698Mackay, James A.(James Alexander)1936-2007np-drummond, davidDrummond, Davidnrtlccn-n2007052838Brady, Laurencelccn-no2007067126Tantor Medianp-hickey, john j$1860Hickey, John J.1860-Lipton, Thomas JohnstoneSir1850-1931BiographyHistorySourcesLipton, Thomas Johnstone,--Sir,Tea tradeScotland--GlasgowScotlandYacht racingAmerica's CupThomas J. Lipton, IncBusinessmenSailorsGrocersGreat BritainMerchantsFood industry and tradeUnited StatesYachtingMillionairesAtlantic OceanBusinesspeopleEngland--LondonPrinted ephemeraAdvertisingCommerceChinaZimbabweIndiaSri LankaCommodity controlReporters and reportingWomen journalistsHorse sportsMedalsAir pilots--MedalsNew York (State)--New YorkMilitary supplies--TestingEnglandSubmarines (Ships)Capitalists and financiersCalifornia--Pebble BeachYachtsArcheryWorking class--Economic conditionsWomen college studentsLindbergh, Charles A.--(Charles Augustus),New Jersey--Red BankUnited States.--NavyConnecticut--New LondonMotorboatsSurvival and emergency equipment--TestingMotorboat racingWomen in horse sports1850193118901894189919001901190219031909191519161920192119271928193019311932195019511953195419691979198119861990199719982004200720102011201218245697923.842CT828.L5145ocn034687042book19000.56Lipton, Thomas JohnstoneLeaves from the Lipton logsBiography44ocn774665978book1915Lipton, Thomas JohnstoneThe Terrible Truth about Serbia ... With Serbia's Fight for Freedom ... by "Shamrock."33ocn752683931book1932HICKEY, John JThe Life and Times of the late Sir Thomas J. Lipton from the Cradle to the Grave, etc. [With plates, including portraits.]32ocn061275327book19150.97Lipton, Thomas JohnstoneThe terrible Truth about Serbia ; By Sir Thomas Lipton, Bart. With Serbia's Fight for freedom: The romantic story of a peasant race by 'Shamrock'33ocn811491307book19000.47Lipton, Thomas JohnstoneLipton, the largest tea, coffee, cocoa, and provision dealer in the worldHistory22ocn422944498visu19301.00Hearst Metrotone newsIncludes footage of Thomas Lipton, boat race story11ocn811534040book0.47Lipton, Thomas JohnstoneLiptons wines and spirits unexcelled for quality, purity, valueHistory11ocn190860328book19211.00Lipton, Thomas JohnstoneMiscellaneous manuscriptsLetter dated 3 November 1921, London, to Joseph H. Hart of Allentown, Pa11ocn811491315book19160.47Lipton, Thomas JohnstoneLipton's tea. If you want the best tea go to the firm that grows itHistory11ocn405502454bookLipton, Thomas JohnstoneThe terrible truth about Serbia with fight for freedom : the romantic story of a peasant race by "Shamrock11ocn557316748book19010.47Bateman, Charles ThomasSir Thomas Lipton and the America CupHistoryBiography11ocn811491286book18900.47Lipton, Thomas JohnstoneLipton's tea and coffee estatesHistory11ocn504721278book19510.50Waugh, AlecThe Lipton story, a centennial biographyBiographyA biography of Sir Thomas Lipton who rose from cabin boy to millionaire11ocn811538101book0.47Lipton, Thomas JohnstoneLipton Tea Planter CeylonHistory11ocn811491292book18940.47Lipton, Thomas JohnstoneLipton's teas are the best! And have the largest sale in the worldHistory11ocn043362930book19021.00Makers of millions and their methods11ocn122525138book1.00Lipton, Thomas JohnstoneHistorySourcesPapers relating to the establishment of a Chicago office for the Lipton firm, under the direction of Thomas Dunne11ocn617618966book1.00[Culinary ephemera : beverages - non-alcoholic]11ocn071334016bookJones, Bert LNiagara Gorge Railway papersLetter to B.L. Jones from Thomas Lipton, 5 Aug. 1903, expressing thanks for the train ride, and an invitation from Lipton to view the International Yacht Race on 20 Aug. 1903; letter to Jones from Frank H. Severance, 28 Apr. 1908, regarding Severance's article on the Great Gorge Route, and a typescript copy of that article; and a letter to Jones from Breckinridge Long, 26 May 1917, expressing appreciation for the hospitality shown him at Niagara and Buffalo11ocn841405268art19281.00Remarkable remarks4564ocn457151305book20100.17D'Antonio, MichaelA full cup : Sir Thomas Lipton's extraordinary life and his quest for the America's CupHistoryBiographyToday Lipton means tea. However, in his time Sir Thomas Lipton was known for much more. Raised in desperate poverty, he became rich beyond his wildest dreams. He built a global empire of markets, factories, plantations, and stockyards, and his colorful pursuit of the America's Cup trophy made him a beloved figure on both sides of the Atlantic. Here, biographer Michael D'Antonio tells his tale. Beginning with a journey across the United States just after the Civil War, Scotsman Thomas J. Lipton developed the ambition and learned the business techniques that helped him create the first chain of grocery stores. Wealthy at 30, he set his sights on the tea trade, and soon his name became synonymous with his product. Lipton's great business success makes for a compelling story, but his most intriguing creation was a public persona--one of the first formed with the help of modern mass media.--From publisher description+-+K5123994064287ocn000751229book19500.50Waugh, AlecThe Lipton story, a centennial biographyBiographyA biography of Sir Thomas Lipton who rose from cabin boy to millionaire2474ocn007644760book19320.63Lipton, Thomas JohnstoneLipton's autobiography; with twenty-four illustrations2141ocn001558317book19530.79Smallwood, Robert BartlySir Thomas Lipton, England's great merchant sportsman, 1850-19311233ocn039316730book19970.59Mackay, James AThe man who invented himself : a life of Sir Thomas LiptonBiography852ocn081453444book20070.63Brady, LaurenceThe man who challenged America : the life and obsession of Sir Thomas LiptonHistoryBiographyBorn in Glasgow in 1850, Thomas Lipton was one of the world's first global entrepreneurs. His showmanship, business flair and customer-driven focus created a chain of nationwide grocery stores and the thriving Lipton tea business, making him a multi-millionaire. One key to his success was his complete control of every business he undertook, from production to the customer. A keen yachtsman, he mounted a British challenge against the American holders of the America's Cup on five occasions between 1898 and 1930 but was unsuccessful each time. Yet, in the process of doing so, his fame spread+-+0320306936825ocn491918924rcrd19690.10D'Antonio, MichaelA full cup Sir Thomas Lipton's extraordinary life and his quest for the America's CupHistoryBiographyAn in-depth biography of the world's first international celebrity business mogul: Sir Thomas Lipton, the founder of Lipton Tea and a self-made man, who revived the competition for the America's Cup+-+9640665596482ocn002366898book19320.79Hickey, John JThe life and times of the late Sir Thomas J. Lipton from the cradle to the grave, international sportsman and dean of the yachting worldBiography332ocn007218391book19320.56Lipton, Thomas JohnstoneLeaves from the Lipton logsBiography142ocn163345248book20070.94Paterson, L. JThe auld mugHistory+-+9243878546324141ocn821184411com20120.56Paterson, L. JThe Auld Mug The Scots and the America's CupHistoryIn the spring and summer of 2007, off the coast of Valencia, the 32nd challenge for the America's Cup was sailed; possibly yachting's oldest continuously contested trophy, and often referred to in the purple press as 'Yachting's Holy Grail'. It attracted yachts from all over the world with the 12 syndicates involved spending millions of dollars on their boats in an attempt to win the coveted cup. In that challenge, there was no British yacht taking part. Yet the right to challenge was once regarded as the sole prerogative of sailors from these islands. The English and the Irish competed over t51ocn079174894visu19860.88Tea fortunesHistoryDocumentary television programsDocuments the history of the tea industry in China, India, Sri Lanka, and East Africa. Profiling Sir Thomas Lipton, it shows how he and his competitors controlled every stage of tea manufacture, from planting to blending, packaging to retailing. Today India controls its exports of tea, Sri Lanka has nationalized its tea estates, Zimbabwe's state-run plantations generate some cash in rural areas while women in China work for some of the lowest wages in the world producing tea for western blends42ocn759472133rcrd20100.10D'Antonio, MichaelA full cupHistoryBiographyAn in-depth biography of the world's first international celebrity business mogul: Sir Thomas Lipton, the founder of Lipton Tea and a self-made man, who revived the competition for the America's Cup+-+664016559641ocn465656442book19010.47Bateman, Charles ThomasSir Thomas Lipton and the America CupHistoryBiography21ocn086148690book18990.47Lipton's millions : the other side of Lipton11ocn041423696book19900.47Olding, SimonSir Thomas LiptonBiography11ocn692563562visu19031.00Keppler, Udo JBetween friendsIllustration shows an American yachtsman shaking hands with Sir Thomas Lipton, with the America's Cup between them11ocn668349156visu19001.00Dalrymple, LouisReady!Illustration shows Uncle Sam standing with a chip on his shoulder labeled "Championship" and clutching to his chest the "America's Cup"; a small yacht is at his feet, in the foreground, with a list of the years the United States has won the Cup. Sir Thomas Lipton is standing behind Uncle Sam, on a slip of land labeled "England"; he is trying to knock the chip of Uncle Sam's shoulder with a long staff labeled "Challenge."11ocn818696167book1920Watson, James[Collection of newspaper cuttings relating to] The America Cup, Sir Thomas LiptonArchives11ocn049651177score19000.47Rogers, E. WThe four-p'ny-a'p'ny banquetMusic+-+K512399406Fri Mar 21 15:49:49 EDT 2014batch21099