New York: The Bawl Street Journal Corporation, 1965. First Edition. Folio. Folded newspaper (2 sheets,  pp). Several small holes at folds on front page. Vertical crease to front. A bit toned overall, otherwise very good. Very good. Item #18815
Long-running, WSJ-parodying newspaper published by a New York investment bankers' club. Contains a wide variety of industry in-jokes and New Yorker-esque cartoons, some of which are perhaps only comprehensible to bankers. Still, the paper offers a unique, interesting, and bitingly sardonic perspective on the financial industry circa 1965, full of direct send-ups of Morgan Stanley, Merrill Lynch, J.P. Morgan, and many then-prominent Wall Street executives.