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1.                  El antillano; boletin del Circulo Martiano de Puerto Rico, año 1, núm 1. Hato Rey, PR, Circulo Martiano de Puerto Rico, 1984. First issue of the 8p. illus. 8.5x11 inch newsletter with subscription sheet laid in, wraps. Dedicated to 'la idea de la unidad antillana' (p. 1) along principles developed by José Marti.            25.00

2.                   Articles about Chicanos appearing in the Daily Californian (1966-1973). Berkeley, Chicano Studies Library, UCB, 1975. 10p., 8.5x11 inches, stapled wraps. (Selected Collections of the Chicano Studies Library 6)    15.00

3.                   Bienvenidos a la Conferencia de Inmigración; NLG convention opposes Carter plan. N. pl., National Lawyers Guild, [1977]. 8.5x11 inch handout, printed two sides, with the Guild's position on immigration and specifically on the Carter Administration's proposals.                                                                              22.00

4.                   The Black Cat Cafe; "Bohemia of the Barbay Coast" featuring "Jose" Sarria. San Francisco, the Cafe, 1972. 3.5x2.75 inch business card for manager Travis Dick, with a Dick drawing of an inebriated black cat.          22.00

5.                   Boletin de informacion libertaria; movimiento liberatiro Cubano en el exilio (M.L.C.E.), Noviembre de 1969. Miami, MLCE, 1969. Two 8.5x14 inch sheets, printed two sides, folded in half, stapled. 35.00

6.                   Another copy, Febrero de 1970. Miami, MLCE, 1970. Two 8.5x14 inch sheets, printed two sides, folded in half, stapled.                                                                                                                     35.00

7.                   Another copy, Abril de 1973. Miami, MLCE, 1973. Two 8.5x14 inch sheets, printed two sides, folded in half, stapled.                                                                                                                     35.00

8.                   Boycott $afeway boycott war. [Palo Alto], [United Farmworkers Grape Boycott], [1971]. 8.5x11 inch flyer, mimeographed single side, top right corner missing a triangle (not affecting text).          20.00

9.                   The boycott, ¿What, why & how? Visalia, CA, American Friends Service Committee, [1974]. 1p., 8.5x11 inch sheet, printed two sides, folded at center. On the UFW boycotts and the UFW/Teamster struggle.   22.00

10.               Bracero; organo de la Liga Flores Magon, volume 1, no. 1. San Antonio, Bracero, [197-?]. First issue of the 4p., 15x22 inch newspaper that stressed international Latin solidarity.                                                                 65.00

11.               Carter's immigration policy: attack on immigrant labor. Oakland, North American Congress on Latin America, [1978]. 12p. pamphlet, wraps.                                                                    25.00

12.               CASA presents Dia de los Muertos gay Latino/a dance, Saturday, Nov. 17, 1990, 8:30 p.m. - 1:00 a.m., Woman's Building, San Francisco. San Francisco, CASA, 1990. 1p. 8.5x11 inch flyer with a nice graphic for the event, printed single side.                                                                                                     25.00

13.               Ceremony of spirit; nature and memory in contemporary Latino art, curated by Amalia Mesa-Bains. San Francisco, The Mexican Museum, 1993. 47p., 9x12 inches, profusely illus. exhibition catalog.         22.00

14.               The changing profile of Mexican America; a sourcebook for policy making. Claremont, CA, The Tomás Rivera Center, 1985. x, 95p., numerous charts and graphs, 8.5x11 inches, wraps. Focuses on the demographics and economy of the southwest.                                                                                                        25.00

15.               Chicano liberation; in Class Struggle, summer, 1975 #2. Paramount, CA, October League (Marxist-Leninist), 1975. 46p. resolution from the October League's Third Congress in the 108p. journal, illus., wraps. 18.00

16.               CIRRS update; spring 1995. San Francisco, Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights and Services, 1995. 8p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps. Written by Anita Wadhwani, the Newsletter covered information and services pertinent primarily to service providers and advocates for California's Latino immigrants, and focused on California's Proposition 187.      12.00

17.               Colonial Mexican and popular religious art; selections from the permanent collection of the Mexican Museum. San Francisco, The Mexican Museum, 1990. 48p., illus. with black/white photos of materials from the collection, 8.5x11 inches, wraps.                                                                                                35.00

18.               Con Safos; reflections of life in the Barrio, Vol. 1, #3, 1969. Los Angeles, Con Safos, 1968. 48p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps with Sergio Hernandez art.                                                                               45.00

19.              Another copy, summer, number 6. Los Angeles, Con Safos, 1970. 48p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps. Includes Tres Cartas de Zeta (Oscar Zeta Acosta) and 'A Trip through the Mind Jail' by Raul Salinas, along with art by Oscar Castillo, Seriio Hernandez, and others.                                                                                    50.00

20.              Another copy, number 7. Los Angeles, Con Safos, 1971. 65p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps. Includes a long excerpt (and first appearance of) Oscar Zeta Acosta's Autobiography of a Brown Buffalo, Gilberto Sanchez Lújan on Chicano art, with woodcuts by Roberto de la Rocha, a bibliographic essay on Los Chicanos by Roberto P. Haro, and much more.      75.00

21.               Another copy, number 8. Los Angeles, Con Safos, 1972. 64p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps. Tino Villanueva on Pachuco Remembered, art by Alamraz, Camargo, de la Rocha and others, and much more.      50.00

22.               Another copy of number 8, rear wrap rubbed.                                                     35.00

23.              Conmoción; #s 1-3, revista y red revolucionaria de lesbianas latinas. Miami Beach, Conmoción, 1995-6. First three issues of the Latina lesbian magazine, varous paginations (40-52), 8.5x11 inches, wraps. Cherríe Moraga, Achy Obejas, Terri de la Peña, Tatania de la Tierra, and many others.                                 65.00

24.               Conquiste amores; nuevo y tecnico sistema audio visual de Ingles. Fresno, Nuevo y Tecnico, [197-?]. 32p., wraps. Phrase and poetry book.                                                                                25.00

25.               Constitucion politica de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos; expedida el 31 de Enero de 1917 y promulgada el 5 de Febrero del mismo año, reformando la Constitución de fecha igual de 1857, edición de "La Patria". El Paso, Compañía Editora de "La Patria", 1923. 70p., stapled wraps largely unopened. La Patria was the newspaper published in El Paso by SilvestreTerrazas.                                                                                  95.00

26.               Coordinadora del Tercer Encuentro de Lesbianas Feministas de Latinoamerica y del Caribe. Caguas, PR, CELF, 1991. 8.5x11 inch conference registration form, printed single side, inked notes on verso.     18.00

27.               Cuba in crisis; proceedings from a conference sponsored by the Cuban American National Foundation, J. W. Marriott Hotel, Washington, D. C., Tuesday, October 26, 1993. Miami, Cuban American National Foundation, 1993. 64p., wraps.                                                                                                              18.00

28.               Curso practico de mecanica automotriz. Los Angeles, Instituto Practico Rosenkranz, [1929?]. A partial run of a self-study auto repair course with 1) an intorduction; 2) "Como estudiar" lessons 9-15; 3) Tareas Prácticas Series D, #s 1-21 and Series E, #s 1-5; 4) Lección 31 of the Curso Automovilistico, by the affiliated Escuela Nacional de Automores also based in Los Angeles. various paginations, 8x10.5 inches, embossed string-tied boards, a few tests at the end of each section completed in pencil.                                                                                65.00

29.               Desegregating the Los Angeles Unified School District: first simulation series; volume I, prepared for the Superior Court of the state of California. Los Angeles, Hamilton, Rabinovitz $ Szanton, 1979. v, 464 14x8.5 inch sheets, wraps somewhat torn and worn on spine.                                                        75.00

30.               Documentos de la migración Puertorriqueña (1879-1901)/Documents of the Puerto Rican migration, no. 1. New York, Centro de Estudios Puertorriquenos, 1977. 51p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps. Bilingual text.          35.00

31.               En el espíritu de la resistancia; los modernistas Africanoamericanos y la escuela muralista Mexicana, guia del profesor. New York, Afmerican Federation of Arts, 1996. 46p. guide to the exhibition (but not the catalog itself), illus. with a number of woodcuts, including several by Elizabeth Catlett, 8.5x11 inches, wraps. Text in Spanish.    25.00

32.               Esta Noche presents "A bitches' halloween!" Saturday, November 2nd costume contest. San Francisco, Esta Noche Productions, [1985]. 8.5x11 inch flyer illus. with a drawing of a witch and the bar's palm tree/SF skyline logo. Esta Noche was the city's first gay Latino bar.                                                                                             25.00

33.               Esto no tiene nombre; revista lesbianas latinas en Miami, vol. 1, no. 1 - vol. 3, no. 1. Miami, Esto No Tiene Nombre, 1991-4. First nine issues of the 8.5x11 inch latina lesbian quarterly, various paginations.. The first issue is photocopied; the second, third and eighth xeroxed (printed single side), the remaining five are regular magazine format. Tatania de la Tierra, Amy Santos, Cherrie Moraga, Vanessa Cruz and Amy Concepcion, among others, contributed prose and poetry to the magazine.                                                                            150.00

34.               Exemplary migrant students, Washington State; 2003-2004, cover art by Leah Wadman. Yakima, Educational Service District 105, 2004. 166p., illus. with photos of the students and some reproductions of student art, 8.5x11 inches, spiral-bound wraps.                                                                            22.00

35.               Extraños no más; una guía para los indocumentados. Albuquerque, The Inter-Hemispheric Education Resource Center, 1991. 48p., first edition, wraps. Spanish-language resouce guide for undocumented immigrants.       18.00

36.               Fact sheet on Salinas strike. Los Angeles, California Migrant Ministry, 1970. 8.5x11 inch mimeographed sheet, printed two sides, with a chronology of the growers' attempt to break the UFW via sweetheart Teamster contracts. Noted as 'revised'.                                                                                                     25.00

37.               Farm Workers and the National Labor Relations Board. Palo Alto, United Farm Workers. Palo Alto Boycott Office, 1972. 1p., 8.5x11 inches, printed single side, folded twice. Calling for opposition to the Nison administration's attempts to outlaw secondary boycotts under the National Labor Relations Act, despite the Act's exculusion of farm laborers from its provisions.                                                                                       25.00

38.               Farmworkers will win! / ¡Campesinos venceran! San Francisco, The Revolutionary Union, [1974?]. 1p. 8.5x11 inch sheet, printed two sides, somewhat wrinkled from folding. On the growers' attempt to break the UFW. 25.00

39.               First international meeting of the border governors of the United States and Mexico; June 26 and 27, 1980, Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, a summation of the proceedings and position papers of the U.S.-Mexico border governors. N. pl., Southwest Border Regional Commission, [1980]. 58p., 8.5x11 inches, boards. With papers on undocumented workers, ecology, drugs, agriculture and more, from Texas to California and Nuevo Leon to Tijuana.      45.00

40.               From the west; Chicano narrative photography, curated by Chon A. Noriega. San Francisco, The Mexican Museum, 1995. 87p., illus. with black/white photos from the exhibition, 9x12 inches, wraps.            22.00

41.               Galeria de martires Mexicanos; Narraciones veridicas. San Antonio, Imprenta Universal, [1927]. 122p., profusely illus. with photos of the executed martyrs, wraps. Cristero exile literature, compiled in San Antonio.      125.00

42.               General Vallejo Memorial Association. [San Francisco, the Association, [1921?]. 26p., illus., wraps. The Association was founded to popularize Vallejo's contributions to the history of California and to convert his Sonoma home to landmark status. Primarily a history of Vallejo, drawn from secondary sources. 25.00

43.              Go unnoticed; images of (Re)Generatiom. July 2-August 10, 1996. San Francisco, Galería de la Raza, 1996. [24]p. illus. exhibition catalog, wraps. (Re)Generatiom exhibitions focused on Latino immigration. Includes contributions by Ramón Ramirez. Hector Mendoza, Rosa Perez and others.                                    15.00

44.               [Grand jury report, Condado de Bernalillo, territorio de Nuevo Mexico, 1873]. Three handwritten sheets, approximately 7.25x12.5 inches, several folds and a puncture hole. The second page is formed from three separate glued sheets, creating a few blank lines, but the text appears complete.. An original grand jury report, in Spanish, written by its president, Atanacio Montoya, and filed by court clerk J. C. Hill, extolling the management of the county's government and its fine prosecutor and judge.                                                           195.00

45.               El grito; a journal of contemporary Mexican-American thought, volume I, no. 2, winter 1968. Berkeley, Quinto Sol, 1968. 32p., + 7p. drawings by Salvador Roberto Torres (one of two of the artist's portfolios in this issue) wraps. Includes an article on rural community development by Ernesto Galarza.                     15.00

46.               Another copy, volume I, no. 3, spring 1968. Berkeley, Quinto Sol, 1968. [56]p., including 8p. Vietnam portfolio by Esteban Villa (who also designed the covers), wraps stained at top of spine. The issue is dedicated to Martin Luther King (with photo but no article), discussions of Vietnam, poetry by Orlando Ortiz, Jose Angel Gutierrez, and Josue M. Gonzalez, 3p. illus. of mastheads from Chicano papers, and a photo of Cesar Chavez, with a reproduction of his letter to coretta Scott King upon MLK's assassination.                                                            15.00

47.               Hacia una nueva politica de salud contra el SIDA; una publicacion de la Coalicion para una Politica Global contra SIDA. Cambridge, MA, the Coalicion, 1993. 14p., wraps.                              12.00

48.               Historic La Purisima; Lompoc, Santa Barbara County, Calif. [Lompoc], n. pub., [193-?]. 12p. pamphlet on the Mission, color wraps and centerfold, maps in text, wraps.                                           20.00

49.              Ingles practico; nuevo y tecnico sistema audio visual de Ingles. Fresno, Nuevo y Tecnico, [197-?]. [48]p., wraps. 18 lessons in English phrases, for immigrants. A set of records was issued to accompany the book, but not present (nor needed to use the book).                                                                                           25.00

50.              Inner City Voice; official organ of the League of Revolutionary Black Workers, vol. 2, no. 6, June, 1970. Detroit, League of Revolutionary Black Workers, 1970. 16p. newspaper, very good condition, combining local and African news with the political perspective of the League of Revolutionary Black Workers, the militant caucus within the UAW, which by 1970 had moved away from its close alliance with the Black Panthers. This issue also contains an article on Los Siete de la Raza.                                                                                                 65.00

51.              Another copy, vol. 2, no. 8, October, 1970. Detroit, League of Revolutionary Black Workers, 1970. 20p. newspaper, browned and fragile.                                                                                65.00

52.               The insurgent; newsletter of the Committee to Fight Repression, vol. 1, no. 1, summer, 1985. New York, Committee to Fight Repression, 1985. 40p., 8.25x11 inches, wraps. First issue of the journal devoted primarily to the struggles of Puerto Rican and African American radicals in their struggles with the police and courts. 25.00

53.               International guide to research on Mexico/Guia internacional de investigaciones sobre Mexico. La Jolla and Tijuana, Cener for U.S.-Mexican Studies, UCSD and El Colegio de la Frontera Norte, 1987. xiv, 717p., wraps. This annotated bibliography includes sections on Chicano Studies and on Border Studies. 25.00

54.               It's time to bring them home! Chicago, National Committee to Free Puerto Rican Prisoners of War, [199-?]. 64p., illus. with photos, bound dos-a-dos, half in English, half in Spanish, on the Puerto Rican freedom fighters jailed during the 1980s.                                                                                                       25.00

55.               Kalayaan international: progressive Pilipino monthly, volume II, number 1, 1972. San Francisco, Kalayaan International, 1972. 20p., tabloid newspaper, illustrated with photos and drawings.     35.00

Vietnam war protests by Filipino Americans, Imperialism and Dope, Pilipino Immigration woes, 8p. Kalayaan supplement "Vietnam Will Win!" laid-in, Nixon's NLRB and its Anti-Union schemes, Farmworkers defeat.

56.               Latino style! To celebrate gay pride week con salsa y sabor! Saturday, June 18, 1983, Conjunto Cespedes, War Memorial Building, Green Room, 9:00 P.M. San Francisco, Lesbians and Gays of the Instituto Familiar de la Raza, 1983. 8.5x11 inch printed flyer, printed single side, palm tree graphic in center. Conjunto Cespedes was the Bay Area's leading Cuban American combo.                                                                                25.00

57.               Latins anonymous; two plays. Houston, Arte Publico Press, 1996. 103p., introduction by Edward James Olmos, wraps.                                                                                                                       15.00

58.               Libro de nacimientos y sueños; black and white de Plough. Memphis, Plough Chemical Co., [1935?]. [32]p. advertising catalog for Plough's drugstore products, with horoscopes for a full year, wraps with personal library stamps of El Paso/Chihuahua publisher Silvestre Terrazas. Not in OCLC.                            125.00

59.               Libro para colorear; libre para empezar, aire bueno a respirar. N. pl., American Cancer Society, 1987. 64p., 8.5x11 inch coloring book, text in Spanish, wraps. Aimed at Spanish-speaking children. 22.00

60.               Live sex acts; in The Portable Lower East Side, volume eight, number one. New York, Portable Lower East Side, 1991. 151p., wraps. With contributions by Larry Mitchell, Herbert Huncke, Manuel Ramos Otero, Luis Francia, Nan Goldin and others.                                                                                              18.00

61.               Lives beyond the borders; stories of work and school around the world. San Francisco, Herbert Hoover Middle School , [199-?]. 85p., illus. with photos of the students, 8.5x11 inches, wraps. Written by immigrant children in the school's ESL program. The children come from Latin America and Asia.                    15.00

62.               Lo del corazón: heartbeat of a culture: The Mexican Museum, 16 April - 15 June, 1986. San Francsico, The Mexican Museum, 1986. 24p., profusely illus. with reproductions of work shown in the exhibition (hearts as the central feature), 8.5x11 inches, wraps.                                                                       25.00

63.               Love and rockets #2. Seattle, Fantagraphics Books, 1990. 66p., 8.5x11 inches, first printing, wraps. Part of the ongoing comic saga by the Hernandez brothers.                                                          25.00

64.               Another copy, #3. Stamford, CT, Fantagraphics Books, 1983. 64p., 8.5x11 inches, first printing, slightly worn wraps.                                                                                                                       22.00

65.              Another copy, #24. Agoura Hills, CA, Fantafgraphics Books, 1987. 32p., 8.5x11 inches, first printing, wraps slightly creased.                                                                                                         15.00

66.               Another copy, #28. Agoura Hills, CA, Fantafgraphics Books, 1986. 32p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps.         18.00

67.               Another copy, #29. Agoura Hills, CA, Fantafgraphics Books, 1986. 32p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps.         18.00

68.              Another copy, #36. Seattle, Fantagraphics Books, 1990. 32p., 8.5x11 inches, signed 'Beto 91' on p. 1, first printing, wraps                                                                                                           25.00

69.               Another copy, #37. Seattle, Fantagraphics Books, 1992. 32p., 8.5x11 inches, first printing, wraps.      15.00

70.               Another copy, #44. Seattle, Fantagraphics Books, 1990. 32p., 8.5x11 inches, first printing, wraps.      15.00

71.               Another copy, #45. Seattle, Fantagraphics Books, 1994. 32p., 8.5x11 inches, first printing, slightly creased wraps.      12.00

72.               El Malcriado; emergency issue, October 1971. Keene, CA, United Farm Workers Organizing Committee, 1971. 4p., wraps. This issue was used to organize the drive for unemployment insurance for farmworkers, and includes an appeal from Cesar Chavez on the rear wrap.                                                              18.00

73.               Merienda; celebrating Monterey's 186th birthday, Memory Garden, Old Pacific Building - Saturday, June 2nd, 1956. Monterey, The Monterey History and Art Association, 1956. 4p. illus. program, folded in center, illus., stained wraps. A celebration fo the area's Spanish heritage.                                                    12.00

74.               Mexican-Americanists of Texas; a Chicano studies directory. Austin, Center for Mexican-American Studies, University of Texas at Austin, 1971. 17 sheets, printed single side, 8.5x11 inches, wraps browned.  45.00

75.               Mission Santa Barbara; queen of the missions, based on a text by Maynard Geiger. Santa Barbara, Franciscan Fathers of California, 2001. 32p., profusely illus., revised from the 1986 edition, stiff wraps.            12.00

76.               Mujerio; el boletin para lisbianas latinas del Area de la Bahia/the Bay Area Newsletter for Latina lesbians, Dec & Jan, 1991. San Francisco, Mujerio Newsletter Committee, 1991. 10p., two classifieds cicled in pen, 8.5x11 inches, stapled. Partly bilingual (primarily English). Includes poetry by Esperanza Macias, Victoria Alegria Rosales, Carmen Vasquez and others, and comix by Rebeca Garcia.                                                     25.00

77.               New rain; volumes vii & viii, double issue in honor of Audre Lorde. Bronx, Blind Beggar Press, 1990. 200p. issue of the multicultural women's literary magazine, wraps. Mostly poetry, with contributions from Ruby Dee, Sandra Maria Esteves, Regina Williams, Gloria Grant, Kimiko Hahn and many others.                      18.00

78.               Nuevas vistas; a report of the second annual conference of the California State Department of Education, sponsored by Mexican-American Education Research Project and the Project for Curriculum Development for Adults with Spanish Surnames, California State Department of Education. Sacramento, California State Department of Education, 1969. vi, 26p., illus., 8.5x11 inches, wraps. The conference was planned in cooperation with MAPA, LULAC, the GI Forum and other groups.                                                                  22.00

79.               Origines/origens: Dias de los muertos; October 15 5o November 9 1996. San Francisco, Galeria de la Raza, 1996. [16]p. illus. exhibition catalog, wraps.                                                               15.00

80.               El otro lado; una guía para los indocumentados. Albuquerque, NMPE, 1980. 34p., first edition, wraps. Spanish-language resource guide for undocumented immigrants.                                               25.00

81.               Our favorite animals; written and illustrated by Mrs. Villanueva's class, White Memorial School, 2003-04. Topeka, Nationwide Learning Resources, 2004. 43p. self-published book, with every other page illus in color by one of the Latino children in the class, with facsimiles of their handwritten text on the facing page, 11x8.5 inches.     25.00

82.               ¡Outrageous recipe ... Jewelle Gomez, Chrystos, Cherríe Moraga; San Francisco Women's Building , Saturday, May 14. San Francisco, Women's Building , 1994. 8.5x14 inch sheet, printed single side, with photos of the event participants, folded twice, date '1994' written in ink.                                          20.00

83.               Palabras basicas; nuevo y tecnico sistema audio visual de Ingles. Fresno, Nuevo y Tecnico, [197-?]. [24]p., wraps. 1000 Spanish words, translated into English with pronunciation and grammar, for immigrants.            25.00

84.               Portola festival; official souvenir program, San Francisco, October 2nd to November 7, 1948. San Francisco, Portola Festival and Pageant, 1948. [72]p. program book, profusely illus. with historic photos of San Francisco, text primarily on Portola's trek, 8.5x11 inches, wraps with cover drawing by Amado González combining the city's purported Hispanic heritage with the Golden Gate Bridge and a football game .                           25.00

85.               ¿La pregunta? Who cares about this multi-media event that is dedicated to uniting the Chicano and Central- American community? East side artistas, SCARC, Linea Quebrada, and the Chicano Delegation Artistas and you, that's who! ... Saturday/Sabado, 29 of Abril, 6PM ... 840 Echo Park Ave N. Los Angeles, various groups, [1988?]. 8.5x11 inch flyer, printed two sides, folded for mailing. One side is a graphic collage depicting Latino struggles in the US and Central America, the other lists the artists and performers appearing at the event.        25.00

86.               Puerto Ricans celebrate el grito de lares; Friday -Viernes - Sept. 23, 1994, The Women's Building, 3543 - 18th St., S.F. San Francisco, n. pub., 1994. 4.25x5.5 inch card with graphic of Puerto Rican flage, date 1994 written in ink. 12.00

87.               Puerto Rico U.S.A. Washington, Puerto Rico Federal Affairs Administration, [1980]. 76p., profusely illus., wraps. History, culture, politics, travel. (Heritage #1)                                                             18.00

88.               "Putting on the lips" contest; San Francisco's first gay Latino bar, Esta Noche . San Francisco, Esta Noche Productions, [1985]. 8.5x11 inch flyer illus. with the bar's palm tree/SF skyline logo.   25.00

89.               QueerRaza; el corazón me dio un salto, celebrating 25 years. San Francisco , (Re)Generation Project, Galería de la Raza, 1995. [16]p., scattered illus., wraps.                                                             20.00

90.               Recent additions to the Chicano Studies Library, vol. II, nos. 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 and 9, November 1974-May 1975. Berkeley, Chicano Studies Library, University of California, 1974-75. Six 8.5x11 inch bulletins, various paginations (approx. 10p. each), wraps.                                                                                       25.00

91.               Renato Rosaldo lecture series monograph; vol. 1, series 1983-84, summer 1985. Tucson, Mexican American Studies & Research Center, 1985. 67p., wraps. Includes articles by Christine Martin on Tucson's Mexican-American women in WWII, Vicki Ruiz labor activism among Mexican American women, and Raquel Rubio Goldsmith on the Mexican Sisters of the House of Providence in Douglas, AZ in the 1930s and '40s.     25.00

92.               Renato Rosaldo lecture series monograph; vol. 3, series 1985-86, summer 1987. Tucson, Mexican American Studies & Research Center, 1987. i, 81p., wraps. Includes articles on immigration, jokes and ethnic pluralism in Mexico.      25.00

93.               Report of the southwest states Chicano Consumer Conference on health; San Antonio, Texas, January 26-29, 1972. Rockville, MD, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1972. 155p., 7.25x10 inches, wraps. With articles on numerous projects, including ones in Denver and East Los Angeles.            25.00

94.               Report to the California State Department of Education --Mexican-American Education Research Program, "Solutions in communications". San Jose, Santa Clara County Office of Education, 1969. Eight sheets printed single side + four sheets of appendices, 8.5x11 inches, folded 8,5x11 inch sheet from the tutorial program Operation Share laid in, stapled wraps.                                                                      25.00

95.               Safe sex party! Live show with Lola! and special guests, April 28 [1988], 9:00 p.m., 3079 16th St. San Francisco, The Latino AIDS Project and Esta Noche, [1988]. 1p. 8.5x11 inch flyer for the event, printed single side, with a drawing of San Francisco's skyline.                                                                  25.00

96.               "A salute to Hollywood"; Estuardo Tatiana and her male strip revue ... Saturday, August 13, 1988 after-hours dance party ... Esta Noche, 3079 16th Street, San Francisco. San Francisco, Esta Noche Productions, 1988. 8.5x14 inch flyer illus. with photos of Estuardo and 'her' strippers. Esta Noche was the city's first gay Latino bar.     25.00

97.               Select Commission on Immigration and Refugee Policy newsletter; nos. 1 through 4, November 1979 - February 1981. Washington, the Commission, 1979-81. First four issues of the 6p., 8.5x11 inch newsletter that contains discussions on Cuban, Haitian and Mexican immigration, both documented and undocumented.        35.00

98.               Shellac; #s 0, 1, and 2. San Francisco, Ultra Down Productions, 1999-2001. Various sizes and paginations, wraps. A brilliantly produced multicultural queer journal/zine hybrid, great layout, dealing with edge postmodern issues of culture, gender and ethnicity, with contributors including Guillermo Gomez-Pena and Jaime Cortez.  75.00

99.               Sin máscaras; para los de ambiente. San Francisco, Sin Máscaras, 1989. 4p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps. A publication for gay/lesbian/bisexual Latinos, with AIDS coverage.                               15.00

100.           The socialist alternative; political thesis of the Puerto Rican Socialist Party. New York, North American Congress on Latin America, 1975. 48p., wraps slightly browned.                               45.00

101.           Somos Mexicanos; Méxicoamericanos en los Estados Unidos. Upper Saddle River, NJ, Globe Fearon Educational Publisher, 1999. 128p. illus. school text, Spanish language version, first printing, wraps with a number in black marker on the front.                                                                                          18.00

102.           A taste of Latin America. Seattle, Rincon Cultural/Club Libro Cultura, 1994. 60p. + 2p. index, usual glossary, etc., spiral-bound boards. Includes a directory of Latin food stores in Seattle.             22.00

103.           III Encuentro Cultural; A.S.E.C. Sor Juana. Mexico City, A.S.E.C. Sor Juana, 1981. [20]p. conference program for the binational Chicana/Mexicana conference of ASEC, which sought to improve opportunities for Mexicanas, wraps.                                                                                                     25.00

104.          There are no borders in the workers' struggle. New York, Workers World, [1978]. 12p. (eight in English, four in Spanish), 8.5x11 inches, wraps. Reprints of articles from Workers World on the struggles of immigrant workers from throught the Americas.                                                                                               22.00

105.           Toward a Chicano/Raza bibliography: drama, prose, poetry. Berkeley, Quinto Sol Publications, 1973. 85p., bookplate from resource center, wraps. (El Grito book series, Year VII, Book 2)     20.00

Includes bibliographies in each of the areas mentioned in the title.

106.           U. W. Chicana secretary fired for speaking out. Seattle, United Workers Union Independent, 1977. 8.5x14 inch flyer, printed two sides, horizontal center crease and slight rumpling but no tears, loss of text or unreadability.      35.00

107.           UFW update. San Jose, UFW Support Committee at San Jose State, [1976?]. 8.5x14 mimeographed sheet, printed two sides, on the summer field elections and other developments in the Central Valley.          25.00

108.           Vote No on the anti-farmworker initiative/boycott lettuce. N. pl. , N. pub., [1972]. 5,5x8.5 inch flyer, printed two sides, issued in the Bay Area in support of the United Farmworkers' campaign to beat the grower-sponsored initiative, Proposition 22, that would have outlawed boycotts, limited strikes, and deny other rights to field workers.      22.00

109.           La voz de Aztlan; volume 1, issue 1, November 1, 1994. Tucson, Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán, 1994. 8p., 8.5x11 inch newsletter, wraps. "Our responsibility is to show the greatly hidden positive side of the Chicano(a) and his/her culture." - Historian chair Rudy B. McCormick, p. 8.               25.00

110.           La voz de Aztlan; volume 1, issued 1 and 2, November 1, 1994 and April 6, 1995. Tucson, Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán, 1994-5. First two issues of the 8.5x11 inch newsletter, 8p. and 12p., wraps. 45.00

111.           Welcome to the basilica of Mission San Carlos Borromeo del Rio Carmelo; Carmel-by-the-Sea, California. Carmel, the Mission, [197-?]. 4p., illus. brochure, wraps.                                           12.00

112.           Words from the house of the dead; prison writings from Soledad, a facsimile version of a book, 6:15 unlock-a kite from Soledad, handmade by prisoners & smuggled out, with introductions by Joseph Bruchac & William Witherup, and a glosary of joint jargon, and additional prison materials marked off by borders. Trumasburg, NY, The Crossing Press, 1974. Unpaginated, illus. with prisoners' drawings, etc., second enlarged edition (an earlier, shorter version was released by the Greenfield Press in 1971). Contains poetry and prose by prisoners of all ethnicities, imprisoned for drugs, politics and various felonies.                                                                             45.00

113.          Xicano progeny; investigative agents, executive council, and other representatives from the sovereign state of Aztlán, curated by Armando Rascón. San Francisco, The Mexican Museum, 1995. 56p., profusely illus. with color and black/white reproductions of works from the exhibition, 8.5x11 inches, wraps.            25.00

114.           ¡ Zambúllete! ... Puerto Rican Network's Cultural Nite II, Día de San Juan ... Friday, June 21, 1991 ... Women's Building ... San Francisco. San Francisco, Puerto Rican Network, 1991. 8.5x11 inch sheet, printed single side, with graphic, advertising the event.                                                                                     20.00

115.          Abbott, Steve, ed. Left write! Edited transcripts of 1981 Left Write Conference. [San Francisco], the Conference steering committee, 1982. 70p., wraps. Transcripts of sessions of the multicultural conference, including black writing (Deborah Major, et. al.), Chicano Latino writing (Juan Felipe Herrera, Alejandor Murguia and others). gay writing (Leslie Simon et,. al.), Native American writing (Wendy Rose, Maurice Kenny and others), and various contributions from Steve Abbott, Nellie Wong, Robert Chrisman, Judy Grahn, Steve Abbott, Diane DiPrima and others.  22.00

116.          Acevedo, Mario. The nymphos of Rocky Flats; a novel. New York, Rayo, 2006. 354p., uncorrected proof, wraps. Odd antinuke vampire novel by the Denver activist.                                         12.00

117.          Ackroyd, William, Rafael Guerrero Barragan and Luis E. Ramirez Thomas. The impact of maquila industry growth on the border corridor's housing and infrastructure: Nogales, Sonora, a case study. N. pl., the authors, [1990?]. [iii], 12 8.5x11 inch sheets printed single side, stapled wraps. "Preliminary report" - front wrap.      25.00

118.          Acosta, Mercedes de. Here lies the heart. New York, Reynal & Company, 1960. 372p. + 16p. photos, first edition, very good in a lightly worn, priceclipped dj. Autobiography of Garbo's lover. Grier A B C**.          125.00

 Snapshot illustrations record not only Acosta's theatre, film and music-world celebrity friends, but her interest in mystical religion; find pix [doubtless unpublished] of D. T. Suzuki, Ramana Maharshi, Aldous Huxley.

119.          Acosta Medina, Reinaldo. Peoyecciones del ideario Martiano. Havana, Editora Politica, 1984. 78p., wraps.      25.00

120.          Acuña, Rodolfo. Occupied America; a history of Chicanos. New York, Pearson Longman, 2004. xx, 510p., later printing of the fifth edition, wraps.                                                                               20.00

121.          Adams, Karen L. and Daniel T. Brink, eds. Perspectives on official English; the campaign for English as the official language of the USA. Berlin and New York, Mouton de Gruyter, 1990. x, 365p., remainder mark and bookstore stamp, otherwise very good. Includes case studies on the southwest.          25.00

122.          Agosín, Marjorie. The angel of memory/el ángel de la memoria; translated by Brigid A. Milligan and Laura Rocha Nakazawa, prologue by Elizabeth Horan. San Antonio, Wings Press, 2001. xi, 188p., one of 1,000 copies, very good first edition in wraps. Chilean American poet.                                                                                      25.00

123.          Agosin, Marjorie. The mothers of Plaza de Mayo (linea fundadora), the story of Renée Epelbaum, 1976-1985, translated by Janice Molloy. Trenton, The Red Sea Press, 1990. 121p. including illus.. hardcover issue. Chilean American author.                                                                                                       25.00

124.          Agricultural Workers Organizing Committee. Imperialism in our fields by Harry Anderson. Stockton, the Committee, 1961. 8p., 8.5x14 inches, stapled wraps. On corporate farming and union-busting in California. Anderson's work was instrumental in the formation of the UFW. (AWOC research paper 31)       45.00

125.          Agricultural Workers Organizing Committee. Salad, anyone? Stockton, the Committee, 1959. 11p., 8.5x14 inches, stapled wraps. A discussion of sanitary conditions in the fields. (AWOC research paper 6)   45.00

126.          Agricultural Workers Organizing Committee AFL-CIO. Northern California Area Council. The agricultural worker/El trabajador agrícola newsletter/carta de nuevas; vol. 1, no. 1, September 21, 1961. Stockton, AWOC, 1961. 6p., bilingual text, 8.5x14 inches, stapled wraps. First issue of the organizing newsletter by the predecessor of the UFW.                                                                                                                       65.00

127.          Another issue, vol. 1, no. 3, October 28, 1061. Stockton, AWOC, 1961. 6p., illus., bilingual text, 8.5x14 inches, stapled wraps.                                                                                                           50.00

128.          Aguila, Pancho. 11 poems. San Jose, Mango Pub., 1977. [22p. including covers] 5.5x8.5 inches, illustrations, author photo, very good first edition in original stapled pictorial wraps. Nicaraguan-born and raised in the Mission District in SF. The poet was still incarcerated at Folsom Prison at the time of this book's publication where he chaired the Folsom Creative Writer's Workshop. Third book of poetry.                                  75.00

129.          Aitken, Thomas, Jr. Poet in the fortress; the story of Luis Muñoz Marín. New York, New American Library, 1964. xiv, 241p., first printing, slightly edgeworn dj.                                                   25.00

130.          Al-Anon y Alateen. Plan detallado para progresar: inventario del cuarto paso de Al-Anon. New York, Al-Anon Family Group Headquarters, 1976. 59p., notations in Spanish by the woman using the Al-Anon course, wraps.      15.00

131.          Alaniz, Yolanda and Nellie Wong, editors. Voices of color. Seattle, Red Letter Press, 1999. 159p., introduction, contributors, index, photos, very good first edition in original pictorial wraps. A collection of essays and articles on minority and feminist issues.                                                                                        10.00

132.          Alegría, Claribel . Luisa in realityland; translated from the Spanish by D. J. Flakoll. Willamantic, CT, Curbstone Press, 1987. 152p., first English language edition, wraps. Poetry by the Nicaraguan American poet. 18.00

133.          Alegría, Fernando, ed. Retratos contemporáneos. New York, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1979. vii, 247p., wraps. Textbook compilation by the Hispanic author/educator.                                   15.00

134.          Algaze, Mario. The spirit of place; photographs, October 7 - November 7, 1983 ... Miami, The Gallery, Miami-Dade Community College North, 1983. [28[p. profusely illus. with black/white work by the Cuban American photographer of street scenes in Spain and Latin America, wraps.                               30.00

135.          Alire Sáenz, Benjamin. In perfect light; a novel. New York, Rayo, 2005. 326p., uncorrected proof, wraps.      15.00

136.          Allende, Isabel. Aphrodite: a memoir of the senses, drawings by Robert Shekter, recipes by Panchita Llona, translated from the Spanish by Margaret Sayers Peden. New York, HarperFlamingo, 1998. 315p., introduction, recipes, illustrations in color, signed by Allende on the title page, first printing,dj.      25.00

A collection of writings by Allende and others on the art of food and love, with chapters on aphrodisiacs.

137.          Allende, Isabel. Daughter of fortune; a novel, translated from the Spanish by Margaret Sayers Peden. New York, HarperCollins, 1999. 399p., signed by the Chilean American writer, first printing, dj. A thoroughly enjoyable novel of Chileans and Chinese in San Francisco and northern California during the gold rush.    20.00

138.          Allende, Isabel. The house of the spirits; translated from the Spanish by Magda Bogin. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1985. 368p., first US edition, dj.                                                                    20.00

139.          Allende, Isabel. The infinite plan; a novel, translated from the Spanish by Margaret Sayers Peden. New York, HarperCollins, 1991. 380p., advance reading copy, wraps.                                        25.00

140.          Allende, Isabel. The stories of Eva Luna; translated from the Spanish by Margaret Sayers Peden. New York, Atheneum, 1991. 331p., first US printing, dj.                                                             15.00

141.          Alvarez, Juan S. José Rabbit's southwest adventures; an ABC coloring book with Spanish words. Santa Fe, Red Crane Books, 1993. [32]p. coloring book, 9x12 inches, second printing, wraps. 20.00

142.          Alvarez, Julia. ¡Yo! Chapel Hill, Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, 1997. 309p., inscribed by Alvarez, first printing, dj.  22.00

143.          American Friends Service Committee. Immigration Law Enforcement Monitoring Project. Operation blockade; a city divided. Philadelphia, the Committee, 1994. 85p., wraps. On the US Border Patrol operation on the border between Ciudad Juárez and El Paso, involving 400 agents and numerous helicopters in an attempt to seal the border. Note the dual context of NAFTA and immigration.                                                     18.00

144.          Anaya, Rudofo A. Tierra; contemporary short fiction of New Mexico. El Paso, Cinco Puntos Press, 1990. 272p., previous owner's inscription, first printing, slightly worn wraps.                                                                     18.00

145.          Anaya, Rudolfo A. Albuquerque. Albuquerque, University of New Mexico Press, 1992. 280p., first edition, slightly worn dj. Novel.                                                                                                         22.00

146.          Anaya, Rudolfo A. The Farolitos of Christmas; a New Mexico Christmas story, illustrated by Richard C. Sandoval. Santa Fe, New Mexico Magazine, 1987. 32p. illus. children's story, previous owner's inscription, wraps. The true first edition.                                                                                                         35.00

147.          Anaya, Rudolfo A. The Farolitos of Christmas; a New Mexico Christmas story, illustrated by Edward Gonzales. New York, Hyperion Books for Children, 1995. 32p. illus. children's story, bookplate signed by Anaya, 8.5x11 inches, first printing of this edition, laminated color boards in dj.                                  35.00

148.          Anaya, Rudolfo A. The silence of the llano; short stories. Berkeley, Tonatiuh-Quinto Sol International, 1982. 173p., first edition, very good in wraps .                                                                     50.00

149.          Anaya, Rudolfo A. "Ultima came to stay with us the summer I was almost seven." St. Paul, Bieler Press, 1983. 7.25x7.25 inch broadside printed for The Great Midwestern Bookshow, letterpress, one of 125 copies, signed by Anaya. An excerpt from Bless Me, Ultima.                                                                                125.00

150.          Anaya, Rudolfo A. and Antonio Márquez, eds. Cuentos Chicanos; a short story anthology, revised edition. Albuquerque, New America, 1998. viii, 186p., later printing, slightly worn wraps with a smudge on the f.e.p.      10.00

151.          Andersson, Theodore and Mildred Boyer. Bilingual schooling in the United States. Austin, Southwest Educational Development Laboratory, 1970. Two volumes, 8.5x11 inches, previous owner's signatures, slightly worn wraps, ex libris. Vol. I: ix, 292p. Vol. II: ix, 328p. Covers Spanish, northern and eastern European, and Asian American immigrants.                                                                                                                30.00

152.          Anreus, Anreus. Orozco in gringoland; the years in New York. Albuquerque, The University of New Mexico Press, 2001. xii, 180p.., illus., dj.                                                                               18.00

153.          Aponte, Roberto and Marcelo E. Siles. Michigan's Hispanics: a socio-economic profile. East Lansing, Julian Samora Research Institute, 1994. 8p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps. (JSRI statisitical brief 1) 18.00

154.          Aragón y Ulibarrí, Daniel. Devil's hatband; centillo del diable, a story about a people's struggle against land theft and racism, a novel. Santa Fe, Sunstone Press, 1999. 284p., first printing, dj. The novel is based on the struggle over protecting the New Mexican land grants from Anglo encroachment.                            22.00

155.          Arana, Marie. Cellophane; a novel. New York, The Dial Press, 2006. 367p., advance reading copy, wraps. Second book, and first novel, by the Peruvian American journalist.                                                              15.00

156.          Aranda, Juan M., guest editor. Hypertension in Hispanics; in Clinical Cornerstone, vol. 6, no. 3, 2004. Hillsborough, NJ, Excerpta Medica, 2004. 88p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps.                     12.00

157.          Arenas, Reinaldo. Hallucinations; being an account of the life and adventures of Friar Servando Teresa de Mier, translated from the Spanish by Gordon Brotherston. New York, Harper & Row, 1971. 287p., first edition, dj.      45.00

158.          Argüelles, Ivan. Manicomio; poems. Eugene, Silverfish Review, 1984. 28p., wraps.                             25.00

159.          Arnaz, Desi. A book. New York, William Morrow and Company, 1976. 322p. + photos, first printing, dj. Memoir by the Cuban American bandleader/tv star.                                                                25.00

160.          Arroyo, Rane. Home movies of Narcissus; poems. Tucson, The University of Arizona Press, 2002. 75p., first wraps printing. Gay Puerto Rican poet. (Camino del Sol)                                            12.00

161.          Arteaga, Alfred. Love in the time of aftershocks; a prose poem by Alfred Arteaga and a photograpph by Harry Gamboa Jr. n. pl., Chusma House Publications, 1998. 37p., wraps. Poetry by the former editor of La Raza.      20.00

162.          Atkins, Elizabeth Howard. Treasures of the Medranos; with illustrations by Peggie Bach. Berkeley, Parnassus Press, 1957. 112p., first edition, dj. Young adult's story set in Spanish California.       35.00

163.          Avery, Charles E., photographer. Everybody has feelings; todos tenemos sentimientos, the moods of children. Seattle, Open Hand Publishing, 1992. [48]p. children's book illus. with Avery's black/white photos, primarily African American, previous owner's inscription, later printing, wraps. Bilingual text.                 12.00

164.          Baer, Kurt. Painting and sculpture at Mission Santa Barbara. Washington, Academy of American Franciscan History, 1955. xx, 244p., numerous illus. in text, first edition, dj. (Monograph series 3) 75.00

165.          Báez, Abi Izquierdo, et. al. Las del Jueves; las evisoras y traductoras/editors and translators, Emily Guerra and Stephanie Stevens; diseño de cubierta/cover design, Rose Arispe Butler and Tammy May. Las Cruces, To read is to Live/Leer es Vivir, [2002?]. 100p., spiral-bound wraps. An anthology of prose and poetry by women involved in the family literacy program.                                                                                              22.00

166.          Baker, George. The Teamster raid: stalled in the vineyards and Rick Beban, Can Chavez win?, in Ramparts, vol. 13, no. 5, December 1974-January 1975. San Francisco, Ramparts Magazine, 1975. 11p. articles on the farmworkers in the 77p. issue that also includes articles on busing and Chomsky on Saigon, alightly worn wraps .      22.00

167.          Balkin, Steven, Alfonso Morales and Josph Persky. Utilizing the informal economy: the case of Chicago Maxwell Street Market. Tucson, Mexican American Studies & Research Center, the University of Arizona, 1994. 16p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps. On the effects on Chicago's minority communities if the open-air market were closed for redevelopment. (Working paper 23)                                                                          18.00

168.          Barros, Pia. A horcajadas Astride. N. pl., Editorial Asterión, 1992. 81p. + 81p., bound dos-a-dos, second edition, wraps. The original Spanish text is translated and edited by Analisa Taylor, with translations by Amanda Powell, Steven F. White, Alice A. Nelson and Kathryn Kruger-Hickman. Chilean American poet.      22.00

169.          Bejel, Emilio. Direcciones y paraisos. New York, the author, 1977. 44p., wraps. Poetry by the Cuban American literary critic.                                                                                                              35.00

170.          Bell, Christine. The Pérez family. New York, W. W. Norton & Company, 1990. 256p., later printing, dj. Comic novel of a Cuban American family in Miami exile.                                                       12.00

171.          Bell, Horace. Reminiscences of a ranger or, early times in Southern California. Los Angeles, Yarnell, Caystile & Mathes, 1881. 457p., first edition. F.e.p. missing, perhaps also blanks and half title, front hinge repaired stiffly, extremities frayed, cover corner and base of spine badly worn. Signatures still tight, cover lettering still legible.      395.00

With considerable material on Joaquin Murietta and other 'bandit' and outlaw tales, filibustering expeditions, rancho life.

172.          Belli, Gioconda. From eve's rib; a novel, translated by Steven F. White. Willimantic, CT, Curbstone Press, 1989. 121p., second English language edition, wraps. Nicaraguan American author.             12.00

173.          Bergman, Lincoln, Gail Dolgin, Robert Gabriner, Maisie McAdoo and Jonah Raskin. Puerto Rico; the flame of resistance, written by the Peoples Press Puerto Rico Project, designed by Jane Norling. San Francisco, Peoples Press, 1977. [x], 180p., 7x9.75 inches, profusely illustrated, worn wraps.                             22.00

174.          Bolton, Herbert Eugene. Outpost of empire; the story fo the founding of San Francisco. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1931. xxi, 334p. + numerous illus. (incl. foldout map that is badly torn and consequently no longer tipped in, still usable), xvii p. index, previous owner's signature, first edition, spine titling now illegible and slightly worn at top and tail.      25.00

175.          Bowden, Charles. Juárez; the laboratory of our future, preface by Noam Chomsky, afterword by Eduardo Galeano, photographs by Javier Aguilar et. al. New York, Aperture, 1998. 136p., profusely illus. with color photos of Ciudad Juarez and El Paso by thirteen photographers, 8.5x11 inches, first pritning, dj. 30.00

176.          Bowden, Charles. Juárez; the laboratory of our future, preface by Noam Chomsky, afterword by Eduardo Galeano, photographs by Javier Aguilar, et. al. New York, Aperture, 1998. 131p., profusely illus. with photos by a number of Mexican and Mexican American photographers, 8.25x11 inches, long gift inscription by a Cuban American activist, first pritning, dj.                                                                                             25.00

177.          Brandt, Kate. Happy endings; lesbian writers talk about their lives and work. Tallahassee, Naiad Press, 1993. 248p., stamped 'review copy', first edition, wraps. A multicultural selection of modern lesbian writers, from Ann Bannon and Barbara Grier to SDiane Bogus, Jewel Gomez, Cherrié Moraga, Terri de la Peña, etc. 12.00

178.          Bras, Juan Mari. the new struggle for Puerto Rico's independence . Boston, New England Free Press, [1969?]. 7p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps. Text of the speech given at Harvard in April, 1969, by the Secretary-General of the Movimiento Pro Independencia de Puerto Rico.                                                                                          35.00

179.          Brischetto, Robert R. and Rodolfo O. de la Garza. The Mexican American electorate: political opinions and behavior across cultures in San Antonio. San Antonio, Southwest Voter Research Institute, 1985. 26p., wraps. (Mexican American electorate series occasional paper 5)                                                                22.00

180.          Brown, Tricia. Hello, amigos!. New York, Henry Holt and Company, 1987. Unpaginated, 8x10 inches, first printing, dj. A day in the life of a child in San Francisco's Mission district.                                                     15.00

181.          Another copy, lacking dj.                                                                                     10.00

182.          Browning, Harley L. and S. Dale McLemore. A statistical profile of the Spanish-surname population of Texas. Austin, Bureau of Business Research, The University of Texas, 1964. xiii, 83p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps. (Population series #1)                                                                                                30.00

183.          Bruce-Novoa. Retrospace: collected essays on Chicano literature theory and history. Houston, Arte Publico Press, 1990. 189p., wraps.                                                                                                  18.00

184.          Brunsman, Howard G., comp. Persons of Spanish surname; social and economic data for white persons of Spanish surname in five southwestern states. Washington, U.S. Department of Commerce, 1963. xvii, 202p., 9x11.25 inches, slightly worn wraps. (U. S. census of population: 1960, subject reports)          22.00

185.          [bumper sticker]. Boycott grapes Gallo! Unless you see this label. Los Angeles, n. pub. , [1969?]. 12.5x4 inch bumper sticker, black and orange with UFW flag between 'Grapes' and 'Gallo'.          22.00

186.          [Bumper sticker]. Commemorate Chicano moratorium; build for 1980, Sept. 1, 79, Atlantic Park to Salazar E.L:.A. Los Angeles, August 29 Movement, 1979. 15x4 inch orange and black bumper sticker, August 29 graphic on left. 22.00

187.          [Bumper sticker]. Cesen las deportaciones. N. pl., n. pub., [198-?]. 12x3.75 inch bumper sticker, orange and black with a small graphic, probably done in Los Angeles about 1980.                                                         15.00

188.          California Quarterly. The Salt of the earth; in California quarterly, volume 2, number 4, Summer 1953. 72p. + 8p. photos, wraps lightly soiled with minor creasing. Contains the full screenplay and several articles about Salt of the Earth, Herbert Biberman's film of a strike by union miners, predominantly Mexican Americans, that was deprived of conventional distribution channels at the height of the McCarthy era.                           15.00

189.          Campa, Arthur L. Hispanic culture in the southwest. Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, 1979. xii, 316p., previous owner's bookplate, first edition, slightly worn dj.                                           30.00

190.          Campo, Rafael. Diva. Durham, Duke University Press, 1999. ix, 99p., uncorrected proof, wraps. Gay Cuban American poet.                                                                                                          15.00

191.          Campo, Rafael. The other man was me: a voyage to the new world. Houston, Arte Público Press, 1994. 118p., wraps.                                                                                                                       12.00

192.          Campo, Rafael. What the body told. Durham, Duke University Press, 1996. 122p.                             25.00

193.          Another copy, wraps.                                                                                          15.00

194.          Canal Community Alliance. Canal ethnic kitchens. San Rafael, CA, the Alliance, [199-?]. vi, 70p., spiral-bound wraps. Latino and Asian American recipes from Marin County residents.                                         15.00

195.          Canavarro, Marie de Souza. Insight into the far east. Los Angeles, Wetzel Publishing Co., 1925. 187p., title page has a small ding, case is edgeworn with slight fraying at top and tail, f.e.p. browned, first edition brown cloth gilt.      125.00

The author, a Portuguese-American and wife of Antonio De Souza Canavarro became one of the first outspoken female Buddhists in America, lecturing in most major cities at the dawn of the 20th century after her ritual conversion (to "Mongoloid mysticism," as she terms it in another of her books) in 1897. She was probably born in San Antonio, but moved to Mariposa County, CA, when she was a child. As a young adult, she came into contact with the Theosophical society and became the second American to profess allegiance to Buddhism. She then went to Ceylon, administering an orphanage, a girls school, and a convent. Returning to the US in 1900, she "was sent as a Buddhist representative to the Pan-American Parliament of Religion," and went on the lecture circuit, but soon felt the pull of other religious impulses. She experimented with Baha'i , then became a Hindu, joining Swami Paramananda's Ananda Ashram in the 1920s.

196.          Candelaria, Nash. Memories of the Alhambra. Tempe, AZ, Bilingual Press/Editorial Bilingüe, 1977. 191p., first edition, new in dj. Novel of an older Chicano in search of his 'Spanish' origins.            25.00

197.          [Cansino, José]. Alice Seckels-Elsie Cross present José Cansino assisted by four classic dancers in a program of Spanish Dancers, Juan Lopez, pianist, Thursday evening, April 15th, Veterans' Auditorium, San Francisco. San Francisco, n. pub., [1937]. 4p. program, slightly creased wraps. Cansino was Rita Hayworth's uncle and a teacher and performer of classical Spanish dance.                                                                         15.00

198.          [Cansino, José]. José Cansino and his company of Spanish Dancers present a new arrangement of Spanish dance sketches, Community Playhouse ... San Francisco ... December 18, 1936. San Francisco, n. pub., [1937]. 4p. program illus.with photos and drawings, wraps. Cansino was Rita Hayworth's uncle and a teacher and performer of classical Spanish dance.                                                                                             20.00

199.          Cantor, Milton, ed. Labor history. vol. 14, no. 4, Fall, 1973. New York, The Tamiment Institute, 1973. pp. 483-672, wraps. Complete issue. Includes William Graebner on business reform in the progressive period, Terry Perlin on Voltarine deCleyre, Mark Reisler on Mexican unionization in California agriculture 1927-1936, etc. 12.00

200.          Cardona-Hine, Alvaro. A history of light, a memoir. Santa Fe, Sherman Asher Publishing, 1997. 56p., wraps. Costa Rican-American author.                                                                                   15.00

201.          Cardona-Hine, Alvaro. The zoo; in 25 Minnesota writers. Minneapolis, Nodin Press, 1980. 6p. (+ photo of Cardona-Hine at his desk), story by the Costa Rican-American author in the 297p. book, previous owner's signature, first printing, wraps.                                                                                                   12.00

202.          Carillo, J. M. The story of Mission San Antonio de Pala. Balboa Island, CA, Paisano Press, 1959. 40p., illus., wraps.                                                                                                                       18.00

203.          Carlson, Lori Marie, ed. Barrio streets, carnival dreams; three generations of Latino artistry. New York, Henry Holt and Company, 1996. xvi, 127p., first printing, dj.                                                12.00

204.          Carlson, Sybil B., et. al. Relationship of admission test scores to writing performance of native and nonnative speakers of English. Princeton , Educational Testing Service, 1985. xii, 127p. + 6p. appendices, 8.5x11 inches, wraps. Covers Arabic, Chinese and Spanish speaking students. (GRE Board Research report GREB 83-2R)      15.00

205.          Carner-Ribalta, J. Contribució a un biografia de Gaspar Portolà. Barcelona, Rafael Dalmau, 1966. 62p., wraps. In Catalan.                                                                                                                 22.00

206.          Carnoy, Martin, Hugh Daley and Raul Hinojosa Ojeda. Latinos in a changing U. S. economy; executive summary, comparative perspectives on the US labor market since 1939. New York, Research Foundation of the City University of New York, 1990. 22p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps.                                      15.00

207.          Carrasquillo, Anglea L. Hispanic children and youth in the United States; a resource guide. New York, Garland Publishing, 1991. xvii, 321p. Includes discussions of demographics, families, labor force participation, health, criminal justice, advocacy and more.                                                                          25.00

208.          [Carrillo, Leo]. Henry Duffy presents... America's favorite romantic actor, Leo Carrillo in his greatest stage success, The Bad Man, souvenir program. [Los Angeles], Henry Duffy, [194-?]. 16p., profusely illus. program for the revival, 9x12 inches, wraps.                                                                                       35.00

209.          Caschetta, Mary Beth. Lucy on the west coast and other short lesbian fiction. Los Angeles, Alyson Publications, 1995. 146p., first printing, dj. the title story has a Puerto Rican lesbian protagonist.     15.00

210.          Castillo, Amelia del. Urdimbre; prologo de Augustin Acosta. Miami, the author, 1975. 98p., wraps. The Cuban American poet was a finalist for the Premio Carmen Conde in 1992.                                                            20.00

211.          Castro, Rafaela G. Chicano folklore; a guide to the folktales, traditions, rituals and religious practices of Mexican-Americans. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2001. xvii, 308p., first wraps printing. Cultural dictionary.       12.00

212.          Castro-Mitchell, Amanda. Poemas de amor propio y de propio amor, Honduras, 1990. Guatemala City, Westminster College and Comunidad de Escritores de Guatemala, 1993. 75p., one of 1,000 copies, first edition, wraps Honduran American author.                                                                                       25.00

213.          Cervantes, Lorna Dee. From the cables of genocide: poems of love and hunger. Houston, Arte Publico, 1991. Unpaginated, 8.5x11 inch draft (computer-printed) of the book's manuscript signed by Cervantes on the front wrap, enclosed in plastic binder.                                                                                        225.00

214.          Chavez, Ed. Trusting the people. Stockton, Committee to Elect Edward Chavez, [2000?]. 58p., wraps. The Stockton police chief's mayoral candidacy biography.                                                 18.00

215.          Chávez, Fray Angelico. From an altar screen; el retablo, tales from New Mexico, illustrated by Peter Hurd. New York, Farrar, Straus and Cudahy, 1957. 119p., first printing, dj. A former library copy with card pockets removed from front pastedown and f.e.p., and label removed from dj spine (there are no other indicators of library accession), but signed by Chavez on the f.e.p.                                                                                 25.00

216.          Chavez, Fray Angelico. The lady from Toledo; illustrated by the author. Fresno, CA, Academy Guild Press, 1960. 165p., first wraps printing. Novel by the Hispanic American writer.                   25.00

217.          Chicano Moratorium. "Marcha de la reconquista" ¡De Calexico a Sacramento, unidos venceremos ya basta; march begins May 5th in Cale.....xico, rally... 9 am. "Rockwood Plaza Park (7th. & Hever) sponsored by Chicano Moratorium. [Los Angeles?], Chicano Moratorium, [1971]. 16.5x22 inch poster, machine-folded both horizontally and vertically, for the March on Sacramento. The poster is a black/white drawing of of a march through California, with posters emblazoned with slogans and with the names of the cities and towns where stops were planned printed in cusive to the side. Other than the folds, the poster is in very good plus condition.                           250.00

218.          Clissold, Stephen. The seven cities of Cíbola. New York, Clarkson N. Potter, 1962. 191p. + 16p. illus., endpaper maps, first edition thus, previous owner's gift inscription, otherwise very good in a browned and price-clipped dj.  17.00

219.          Cockroft, James D. Latinos in the struggle for equal education; the Hispanic experience in the Americas. New York, Franklin Watts, 1995. 191p., first printing, dj. Covers both Chicano and Puerto Rican efforts for educational benefit.                                                                                                                      22.00

220.          Colon, Jesus. A Puerto Rican in New York and other sketches. New York, Mainstream Publishers, 1961. 202p., first wraps printing, wraps slightly worn on spine.                                                        20.00

221.          Comité de México y Aztlán. News monitoring service. Oakland, el Comité, 1975-76. Seven library buckram-bound volumes, each covering three months of the clipping service, plus two months of single issues bound individually in wraps, all 8.5x11 inches and ex library copies, various paginations (approximately 250p. per month), complete for 1975 and the first 11 months of 1976.                                                                               500.00

The Chicano research collective that compiled these clippings on a monthly basis sought to make information generally available to Chicano researchers and educators to disseminate these materials to the widest possible audiences. The service began in 1972 and lasted through 1980.

222.          Committee in the Defense of Ricardo Aldape Guerra. Stop the execution of immigrant workers! Protest unjust execution and police brutality, Friday, March 26, 1993 - 12:30 p,, Plaza Park, San Jose. San Jose, CA, the Committee, 1993. 8.5x11 inches illustrated flyer showing a lynching of three Mexican Americans in Santa Cruz during the 1930s, printed single side. Guerra, a young immigrant, was convicted for the killing of a Houston policeman and sentenced to die by lethal injection.                                                                                                      22.00

223.          Committee to Fight Repression. Build a revolutionary resistance movement; communiqués from the North American armed clandestine movement, 1982-1985. Introduction by Dr. Alan Berkman. New York, Committee to Fight Repression, 1986. iv, 53p., wraps, fine condition. Includes communications from groups that are focused on South Afirca, Central America, Puerto Rico and Israel, and on other issues.                          35.00

224.          Cook, Scott. Mexican brick culture in the building of Texas, 1800s-1980s. College Station, Texas A&M University Press, 1998. xxviii, 338p., dj.                                                                    18.00

225.          Cooney, Barbara. La señorita Runfio; traducción de Phoebe Ann Porter. New York, Penguin Ediciones/Viking, 1982. [32]p. children's book translated into Spanish, 10.25x8.25 inches, first printing, dj. 12.00

226.          Corona, Bert. Bert Corona speaks on La Raza Unida Party & the 'illegal alien' scare. New York, Pathfinder Press, 1972. 24p., first rpinting, wraps.                                                                      25.00

227.          Cortez, Jaime, ed. Sexile/Sexilio. [Los Angeles], The Institute for Gay Men's Health, 2004. 66p. + 66p., 8x10 inch comic, half in English and half in Spanish, written and drawn by the Mexican American gay activist, wraps. This powerful story, based on biographical interviews with Adela Vazquez, a San Francisco-based transgender AIDS/transgender activist.                                                                                         25.00

228.          Crichton, Kyle. The proud people, a novel. New York, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1944. 368p., first edition, slightly edge worn dj with some chipping at head and tail of spine.                                                                           75.00

Under the name Robert Forsythe, Crichton wrote a humor column for the New Masses in the 1930s, breaking with the Communist Party in 1939 over the Hitler-Stalin pact. Novel on the "problems of an upper class Chicano family in Albuquerque." *Hanna 845.

229.          Cuesta, Benedicto. El paisano; illustrations by Eliseo Rodriguez, cover by Daniel Stevens. N. pl., the author, 1976. 127p., stiff wraps in dj. Short historical pieces, in Spanish, on northern New Mexico.  25.00

230.          [Cugat, Xavier]. Isle of Capri; featured by Xavier Cugat, words by Jimmy Kennedy, music by Will Gròsz. New York, t. B. Harms Company, 1934. 6p., 9x12 inches, wraps. Sheet music.                                      15.00

231.          Cuzán, Alfred G. Dictatorships and double standards; the Latin American Studies Association on Cuba. Miami, The Endowment for Cuban American Studies, 1995. 26p., 8x11 inches, stapled wraps. The Endowment is a project of the Cuban American National Foundation.                                                                 22.00

232.          Dane, Barbara O. and Carol Levine, eds. AIDS and the new orphans; coping with death, foreword by Barbara Blum. Westport, CT, Auburn House, 1994. viii, 158p., first printing. With chapters on black and Latino communities.      35.00

233.          Davenport, Rita. De Grazia and Mexican cookery; illustrated by De Grazia. Phoenix, Arizona Highways, 1976. 64p., illus. with De Grazia's color drawings.                                                                15.00

234.          Dávila S., Arturo. La Catulinarias. [San Francisco], the author, [199-?]. 45 sheets printed single side, inscribed (probably by the Mexican poet, who taught in the Bay Area for many years), 8.5x11 inches, wraps. In Spanish.      25.00

235.          Dávila S., Arturo. La cuerda floja. [San Francisco], the author, [199-?]. 55 sheets printed single side, inscribed (probably by Dávila), 8.5x11 inches, wraps. In Spanish.                                           25.00

236.          Davis, F. James. Minority-dominant relations; a sociological analysis. Arlington Heights, IL, AHM Publishing Corporation, 1978. xii, 307p., wraps. Covers blacks, Mexican Americans, Chinese Americans, Japanese Americans, Jews, Native Americans, etc.                                                                                     20.00

237.          Davis, Mike. Magical urbanism; Latinos reinvent the US city. London, Verso, 2000. xviii, 172p., pencilling on f.e.p., title page and contents page, plus minor pencil marignalia, dj.                                                             12.00

238.          de Aragon, Ray John. Hermanos de la luz/brothers of the light. Santa Fe, Heartsfire Books, 1998. ix, 258p. including illus., first printing, dj. On the Penitentes by a New Mexican santero.             22.00

239.          Degnen, Lisa. Christina Aguilera. New York, Metro Books, 2000. 96p., profusely illus. with color photos, 9x12 inches, first printing, dj. Celebrity bio of the Ecuadorian-American singer.                    12.00

240.          [Del Rio, Dolores]. The lady in red; lyric by Mort Dixon, music by Allie Wrubel ... In Calíente, with Dolores Del Rio, Pat O'brien, Leo Carillo, Edward Everett Horton, Glenda Farrell, directed by Lloyd Bacon, dance numbers created and directed by Busby Berkeley. New York, Remick Music Corporation, 1935. 8p. sheet music, 9x12 inches, slightly worn wraps with a smashing photo of Del Rio in red on the front.                                15.00

241.          Delacre, Lulu. Arroz con leche; popular songs and rhymes from Latin America, English lyrics by Elena Paz, musical arrangements by Ana-María Rosado. New York, Scholastic, 1989. 32p. children's songbook illus. by the Puerto Rican author,10x8 inches, first printing, wraps.                                                                                                      12.00

242.          Delgado, Abelardo. Chicano; 25 pieces of a chicano mind, by abelardo [pseud.], dedicated to the "campesino chicano". El Paso, Barrio Publications, 1972. 36p., probable first printing, wraps. Introduction by Ricardo Sanchez, art by Ernesto Palomino. The Mexican-born author became a poet, playwright and community organizer in Texas.      75.00

243.          Delgado, Ana Maria. Habitación de por medio. Santurce, the author, 1987. 62p., one of 1,000 copies, previous owner's signature, wraps. This novella, the first published work by the Puerto Rican author, focuses on a mother-daughter relationship.                                                                                                 25.00

244.          Díaz, Rafael M. and Geoge Ayala. Social discrimination and health; the case of Latino gay men and HIV risk. New York, The Policy Institute of the National Gay & Lesbian Task Force, 2001. x, 34p., 8,5x11 inches, wraps.      22.00

245.          Díaz Rivera, María Elisa. Refranes más usados en Puerto Rico. San Juan, Editorial de la Universidad de Puerto Rico, 1998. 174p., later printing of the revised and expanded second edition, wraps.  30.00

246.          Dillon, Richard. La Panza. San Francisco, Grabhorn Press, 1960. 12p., illus. by Mallette Dean, 9x12 inches, wraps. On San Luis Obispo County's early history.                                                    25.00

247.          Diniz, Carlos. Diniz. Los Angeles, Carlos Diniz Associates, n.d. [16]p. + two embellished cellophane leaves, profusely illus. with both color and black/white representations of work by the firm founded by the late Latino architect, 9x9 inches, wraps.                                                                                                     25.00

248.          Dolbeare, Cushing N. and Judith A. Canaes. The Hispanic housing crisis. Washington, Policy Analysis Center, National Council of La Raza, 1988. ii, 60p. + [12]p. appendices, 8.5x11 inches, wraps. Numerous charts and tables.      22.00

249.          Dooley, Eliza B. K. Puerto Rican cookbook; illustrations by the author. Richmond, VA, The Dietz Press, 1948. 173p., recipes written in pencil on f.e.p. and front pastedown, second printing, slightly edgeworn dj. 20.00

250.          Droz, Vanessa. LosLa cicatriz a medias. Rio Piedras, Editorial Cultural, 1982. 80p., one of 1,000 copies, first edition, ex libris with stamp on f.e.p. and label removed from spine. Puerto Rican poet. 20.00

251.          Duarte Valdez, Octavio. El perro. Watsonville, the author, 1993. 199p., wraps. Novel by a Chicano author.      22.00

252.          DuBois, Ellen Carol and Vicki L. Ruiz, editors. Unequal sisters a multi-cultural reader in U.S. women's history; third edition. New York, Routledge, 2000. xv, 672., third edition revised and expanded, wraps.      15.00

253.          Echeverria, Jeronima. Home away from home: a history of Basque boardinghouses. Reno, University of Nevada Press, 1999. xv+359p., preface, prologue, appendices, notes, glossary, bibliography, index, illustrated with maps, tables and photos, very good first edition in dj.                                                                                                      30.00

254.          Elizondo, Sergio D. Suruma. El Paso, Dos Pasos Editores, 1990. 162p., one of 1,000 copies, inscribed by Elizondo, first edition, wraps with a creased cover. Vietnam novel by a Chicano author. 75.00

255.          Ellis, Alan L. and Ellen D. B. Riggle, eds. Sexual identity on the job; issues and services. New York, Harrington Park Press, 1996. xv, 108p., review sheet laid in, wraps. Includes an article by Gina Scuteri Rosabal on being a Latina lesbian in the workplace.                                                                                            12.00

256.          Emergency Committee to Aid Farm Workers. Membership application. Los Angeles, the Committee, [1964?]. 8.5x5.5 inch sheet, printed one side, with the list of prominent members and application information. 25.00

257.          Emilio. Bridge street. New York, Vantage Press, 1995. 115p., signed by Emilio, first edition, dj. Novela centering on the socialization of a Hispanic man.                                                         35.00

258.          Another copy of the first edition, not signed, dj.                                                    25.00

259.          Escajeda, J. A. Auditor's annual report of El Paso County, Texas; including stories of Chihuahua, Las Cruces and their resources, January 1st, 1927, to December 31, 1927. El Paso, El Paso County Commissioners, [1928]. 27p., illus. with photos from both sides of the border, 8x10 inches, wraps. Escajeda was the county auditor. The pamphlet includes an article, accompanied by an author photo, of cross-border publisher Silvestre Terrazas.   45.00

260.          Escutia, Marta M. and Margarita Prieto. Hispanics in the work force. Washington, National Council of La Raza, 1987. Three volumes, numerous charts, 8.5x11 inches, wraps. Vol. 1: i, 47p.; Vol. II: Hispanic women, ii, 26p.; Vol. III: Hispanic youth, ii, 24p.                                                                                              45.00

261.          Espada, Martin. City of coughing and dead radiators; poems. New York, W. W. Norton & Company, 1993. 89p., signed by Espada, first printing, dj. Puerto Rican American poet.                                                       15.00

262.          Espada, Martín. The immigrant iceboy's bolero. Natick, MA, Cordillera Press, 1984. 28p. including photos, second printing, worn review sheet laid in, slightly discolored wraps.                           50.00

263.          Espada, Martín. Rebellion is the circle of a lover's hands/rebelión es el giro de manos del amante; translation into Spanish by Camilo Pérez-Bustillo and the author/con el autor. Willimantic, CT, Curbstone Press, 1990. 123p., inscribed by Espada on the title page, second printing, wraps.                      18.00

264.          Espinosa, Aurelio Macedonio. Estudios sore el español de Nuevo Méjico; parte II. Morfología, traducción, reelaboración y notas de Ángel Rosenblat, notas de morfología dialectal par Ángel Rosenblat . Buenos Aires, Instituto de Filología, 1946. 394p. Translated from English.                                                     65.00

265.          Espinosa, Aurelio Macedonio. Spanish folk-lore in New Mexico; reprinted from The New Mexico Historical Review, Vol. I, No. 2, April, 1926. N. pl., New Mexico Historical Review, 1926. [21]p. (numbered 135-155), wraps.      35.00

266.          Espinoza, Pola, et. al. Arboles; Academic Responsive Biliteracy in Optimal Learning Environments, 1999 summer institute. N. pl., Arboles, 1999. Unpaginated workbook for the institute (approx. 100p.), 8.5x11 inches, wraps.      20.00

267.          Estrada Tobener, Maria. Tales from the thinking rocking chair. Santa Rosa, CA, Gainsborough Publishing Company, 1985. 53p. Stories for telling aloud.                                                           35.00

268.          Feal, Rosemary G. and Yvette E. Miller, eds. Isabel Allende today; an anthology of essays. Pittsburgh, Latin American Literary Review Press, 2002. 146p., wraps.                                               12.00

269.          Federal Writers' Program. The Spanish-American song and game book, illustrated. Compiled by workers of the Writers' Program, Music Program, and Art Program of the Works Projects Administration of the State of New Mexico. Sponsored by the University of New Mexico and State Superintendent of Public Instruction of New Mexico. New York, A. S. Barnes and Company, 1945. ix, 87p., owner's signature on title page, first edition, dj. Spanish and English, for classroom use.                                                                                                    125.00

270.          Feliz, Antonio A. Out of the bishop's closet; a call to heal ourselves, each other, and our world. San Francisco, Aurora Press, 1988. 217p., dj.                                                                                  30.00

The Hispanic Mormon Bishop, a missionary to Central America, challenged the church over the issue of excommunicating gays.

271.          [Fernandez, Benjamin]. News [two news releases]. Washington, Fernandez for President Committee, [1979]. Two press releases, four and three pages, one in Spanish, one in English, + an 8x10 black/white glossy photo of Fernandez, in a printed manila mailer. The Los Angeles-based Mexican American economist considered running in the Republican presidential primaries of1980.                                                                   25.00

272.          Fernández, Roberta. Intaglio; a novel in six stories. Houston, Arte Público Press, 1990. 159p., wraps. 12.00

273.          Figueroa, Jose-Angel. East 110th Street. Detroit, Broadside Press, 1973. 45p., first edition, fine in wraps. Afro-Puerto Rican poet.                                                                                                     35.00

274.          Figueroa Mercado, Loida. Breve historia de Puerto Rico (desde el crepúsculo del dominio español hasta la antesala de la Ley Foraker) C. 1892-1900, segunda parte. Rio Piedras, Editorial Edil, 1983. 515p., second edition, wraps. On the Spanish American war and its aftermath.                                                                               45.00

275.          Figueroa Mercado, Loida. Breve historia de Puerto Rico (desde el crepúsculo del dominio español hasta la antesala de la Ley Foraker) C. 1892-1900, segunda parte. Rio Piedras, Editorial Edil, 1977. 515p., first edition, wraps. On the Spanish American war and its aftermath.                                                                                          50.00

276.          Figueroa Mercado, Loida. Breve historia de Puerto Rico; desde sus comienzos hasta 1892, volumen I. Rio Piedras, Editorial Edil, 1979. 504p., sixth (revised) edition, wraps.                                                              45.00

277.          Fink, Harold Kenneth. Long journey; a verbatim report of a case of severe psychosexual infantilism, introduction by George W. Crane. New York, The Julian Press, 1954. xviii, 298p., first edition, tape residues on endpapers, dj chipped on spine. A psychoanalytic case study of a young Latino male from Los Angeles "dealing with heterosexual and homosexual desires..." - dj.                                                                                                             35.00

278.          Flores, Estevan T. and the Research Task force of the I.C.I.P.P. A call to action; an analysis of our struggles and alternatives to Carter's immigration program. [Austin], the author, 1977. 7p., stapled wraps. An analysis of attacks on immigrant labor and the need for unity in the face of efforts to split the Chicano movement over immigration. OCLC lits one copy.                                                                                                                                                   65.00

279.          Flores, Juan. The insular vision: Pereira's interpretation of Puerto Rican culture. New York, Research Foundation of the City University of New York, 1978. 104p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps. (CENTRO working papers/Culture Task Force #1)                                                                                  25.00

280.          Flores, William V. and Rina Benmayor, eds. Latino cultural citizenship; claiming identity, space, and rights. Boston, Beacon Press, 1997. 322p., first printing, dj.                                                 25.00

281.          Flores Macías , Reynaldo and Gómez-Quiñones, Juan. National directory of Chicano faculty and research. Los Angeles, Atzlán Publications, Chicano Studies Center, UCLA, 1974. 141p., 8.5x11 inches.            25.00

282.          [Flores Magon, Ricardo]. El Libro Libre presents dreams of freedom; volume one, byRicardo Flores Magón, translated by Mitchell Cowen Verter. San Francisco, El Libro Libre, 2003. 61p., wraps. English language version of these short Flores Magón pieces.                                                                               18.00

283.          [Flores Magon, Ricardo]. El Libro Libre regala ... suenos de libertad; tomo uno, por Ricardo Flores Magón. San Francisco, El Libro Libre, 2003. 52p., wraps. Spanish language version of these short Flores Magón pieces.      18.00

284.          Fogel, Walter . Mexican illegal alien workers in the United States. Los Angeles, Institute of Industrial Relations, Universtiy of California, 1980. 204p., later printing, wraps . (Monograph series 20)         30.00

285.          Font Obrador, Bartolomé. Joan Crespí; explorador i cronista franciscà a l'Alta Califòrnia. [Palma de Mallorca?], the author, 1994. 82p. + 16p. plates, first edition, wraps.                                           30.00

286.          Font Obrador, Bartolomé. Juníper Serra; l'empremta mallorquina a la Califòrnia naixent. [Palma de Mallorca?], the author, [1988]. 142p. + 12p. plates, some drawings and maps in text, a few pen notes in margins and on f.e.p., wraps.                                                                                                                       30.00

287.          Fornes, Maria Irene. Plays; Mud, The Danube, The Conduct of Life, Sarita, preface by Susan Sontag. New York, PAJ Publications, 1986. 147p., first printing, slightly worn wraps. Puerto Rican playwright. 18.00

288.          Fragomen, Austin T., Jr. The illegal alien: criminal or economic refugee? Staten Island, Center for Migration Studies, 1973. ii, 36p., 8.5x11 inches, previous owner's stamp, wraps.                                                        25.00

289.          Fuente, Mario de la, with Boye De Mente. I like you gringo -- but!. Phoenix, Phoenix Books, 1972. 176p., inscribed by Fuente, wraps.                                                                                     45.00

The author's family fled from Villa, settling in the US. Fuente became a star college baseball player, then returned to Mexico as a businessman whose interests led him back and forth across the border.

290.          Gándara, Arturo . The Chicano/illegal-alien civil liberties interface. Santa Monica, Rand Corporation, 1977. 17p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps.                                                                                       22.00

291.          Garcia, Cristina. The Agüero sisters. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1997. 299p., signed by Garcia, first edition, dj. Second novel by the Cuban American writer.                                                        25.00

292.          Garcia, Cristina. Monkey hunting. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 2003. 251p., first edition, dj. Third novel by the Cuban American writer.                                                                                             15.00

293.          García, Eugene E., Francisco A. Lomelí, and Isidro D. Ortiz, eds. Chicano studies; a multidisciplinary approach. New York, Teachers College Press, 1984. x, 278p., later printing, boards slightly worn at spine ends. (Bilingual education)                                                                                                                 25.00

294.          García, Ignacio M. Renato Rosaldo lecture series monograph; volume 7, series 1989-90. Tucson, Mexican American Studies & Research Center, 1991. 82p., wraps. Includes articles on the Alianza Hispano Americana, Latinos and the media, and La Bamba.                                                                                   25.00

295.          García, Nasario, comp. Mas antes; Hispanic folklore of the Río Puerco Valley. Santa Fe, Museum of New Mexico Press, 1997. xi, 187p. including illus., dj.                                                       22.00

296.          Garcia, Veronica. Messages of love through Veronica Garcia. Edgewater, CO, Bridgeway Media, [1992]. 107p., signed by the Christian mystic, wraps.                                                                     18.00

297.          Garland, Sherry. Valley of the moon; the diary of María Rosalia de Milagros. New York, Scholastic, 2001. 217p., first printing, dj. On a young girl in the Sonoma Valley in 1846. (Dear America) 10.00

298.          Gay Latino Alliance. GALA. San Francisco, GALA, [1975]. 8.5x14 inch mimeographed sheet, printed two sides (one in English, one in Spanish), folded in center, slight crease, Graphic at base. Introducing the Northern California-based organization and its goals, which reflect the radicalism of the period.                  45.00

299.          Gay Latinos Alliance. Vengan todos! Cinco de Mayo dance at the Mind Shaft, May 9, 2140 Market St. ... San Francisco. San Francisco, the Alliance, [1982?]. 8.5x11 inch flyer with an excellent Viramontes graphic.      35.00

300.          Gil, Eliana. Superando el dolor; un libro para y acerca de adultos víctimas de abuso en la niñez. Walnut Creek, CA, Launch Prss, 1990. 84p., illus. by Sally Haskell, first printing, wraps. Northern California psychologist. 15.00

301.          Gilbert, L. Wolfe, lyric. Ramona; waltz song ... produced by Inspiration Pictures and Edwin Carewe for United Artists, music by Mabel Wayne. New York, Leo Feist, 1927. 6p. sheet music, 9x12 inches, chords penciled in, 'dedicated to Dolores del Rio' with her photo on the front wrap, light edgewear.          20.00

302.          Gioia, Dana. Michael Jasper Gioia; a remembrance. N. pl., the author, 1987. [16]p., wraps. The Mexican American poet's prose eulogy for his son.                                                                   95.00

303.          Gioia, Dana. Summer; poems. N. pl., Aralia Press, 1983. [12]p., one of 200 copies numbered and signed by the Mexican American poet, wraps.                                                                               75.00

304.          Gómez-Peña, Guillermo and Roberto Sifuentes. Temple of confessions; Mexican beasts and living santos. New York, PowerHouse Books, 1996. 143p., profusely illus. first printing. Book for the multimedia production with a die-cut decoration, by the authors and Rona Michele.                                                            30.00

305.          Gómez-Quiñones, Juan. Chicano politics; reality and promise, 1940-1990, the Calvin P. Horn Lectures in Western History and Culture. Albuquerque, University of New Mexico Press, 1990. 265p., first edition, dj.  25.00

306.          Gonzales, Lisa. Arroyo; introduced by Helena María Viramontes. South Bend, Momotombo Press, University of Notre Dame, 2004. 32p., first edition, wraps. Three Hawaiian stories, by a Filipina Hawaiian author deeply influenced by recent Chicano writing and thus published in this Chicano chapbook publication. Viramontes contributes a two-page introduction.                                                                                                              15.00

307.          González, Genaro. Rainbow's end. Houston, Arte Publico Press, 1988. 227p., wraps. Adventure novel set in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas.                                                                                      12.00

308.          González, José. Cuando florece el lodo. Kansas City, MO, Casa Nazarena de Publicaciones, 1995. 84p. novela, one of 1,500 copies, first edition, wraps. Christian fiction, by a Cuban American author. 25.00

309.          Gonzalez, Judith T. Motivators for colon cancer prevention among elderly Mexican Americans. Tucson, Mexican American Studies & Research Center, The University of Arizona, 1990. 41p. + 26p. appendices, 8.5x 11 inches, stapled wraps. (Working paper 18)                                                                                                 22.00

310.          González, Justo L. Santa biblia; the bible through Hispanic eyes. Nashville, Abdington Press, 1996. 123p., first printing, wraps.                                                                                                          15.00

311.          González, Rigoberto. Soledad sigh-sighs/Soledad suspiros; illustrations/ilustraciones, Rosa Ibarra. San Francisco, Children's Book Press, 2003. 32p. illus. children's book, 9x11.25 inches, dj.              12.00

312.          González, Servando. Observando. San Francisco, Ediciones el Gato Tuerto, 1986. 107p., second edition, wraps. Essays by the San Francisco-based Cuban American author.                                      22.00

313.          Graham, R. B. Cunninghame. The horses of the conquest. London, William Heinemann, 1930. xiv, 161p., inserted plates, first UK edition; phrases ink-underlined in preface and early pages of the text, pervasively foxed, dj is torn taped and soiled. Bears an Argentine bookseller's label and the previous owner's very nice gift inscription in Spanish. On the role of the horse in the Spanish conquest of the Americas.                  30.00

314.          Grebler, Leo. The schooling gap: signs of progress. Los Angeles, Mexican-American Study Project, UCLA, 1967. vii, 48p.,, 8.5x11 inches, wraps. 'Preliminary and subject to revision' - front wrap. (Advance report 7)      35.00

315.          [Grever, Maria]. Maria Grever album; contiene: "Un beso", "En alta mar", "Cobarde!", Lamento Gitano", "Florecita (Margarita)", "Te quiero dijiste", "Altiva", "Eso es mentira", "Alma mía", "Devuéleme mis besos". New York, Southern Music Publiishing Co., 1932. [32]p., 9.5x12.5 inches, wraps worn on spine and with a number of short closed tear (and one small chip) along edges, slight glue residue on first page. The Mexican American composer had a number of hits from the 1920s until her return to Mexico in 1949, most notably "What a Difference a Day Makes".   45.00

316.          Gugliotta, Bobette. Women of Mexico; the consecrated and the commoners, 1519-1900. Encino, CA, Floricanto Press, 1989. iv, 191p., ownership gift inscription from Gloria Anzaldúa, wraps, History of Mexican women, written for their Mexican American counterparts.                                                                   25.00

317.          Gutierrez, Eric, Robyn Moreno and Carmen Armillas. Suave; the Latin male. New York, Universe, 2001. 139p., profusely illus. with both color and black/white photos, 8.75x11.25 inches, first printing, dj. Hunks from throughout the hemisphere, with an emphasis on those spending time in the US, with a number of Puerto Ricans (including Holly Woodlawn!) and Mexican Americans.                                                                       25.00

318.          Gutiérrez, Ramon A. and Geneviève Gabre, eds. Feasts and celebrations in North American ethnic communities. Albuquerque, University of New Mexico Press, 1995. xiv, 195p., dj. Covers numerous African American and Hispanic American communities, particularly in New York, Filipinos in Chicago, and more.       15.00

319.          Gutierrez, Stephen. Elements; short stories. Normal, IL, FC2, 1997. 197p., inscribed by Gutierrez, first printing, wraps. 1997 Nilon award winner. East Los Angeles stories by a Mexican American writer, with an autobiographical essay.                                                                                                                        25.00

320.          Guzmán Espejo, Oscar. Cuentos para jóvenes. San Francisco, the author, 1999. 92p., first edition, wraps. Stories for young adults with morals about social transformation by a Peruvian American author living in San Francisco.      20.00

321.          Guzmán Espejo, Oscar. Zacarino. San Francisco, the author, n. d. 130p., inscribed by Guzman, first edition, wraps. Picaresque novel of social transformation by a Peruvian American author living in San Francisco.      25.00

322.          Hanson, Victor Davis. Mexifornia: a state of becoming. San Francisco, Encounter Books, 2003. xvi+150p., preface, introduction, epilogue, very good first edition in dj.                                        18.00

323.          Harlow, Neal. California conquered; war and peace on the Pacific, 1846-1850. Berkeley, University of California Press, 1982. xvii, 499p., illustrations from period sketches and photographs; first edition cloth boards in dj, scarcely handled.                                                                                                                    18.00

324.          Hartmire, Wayne. The Delano grape strike: the farm worker's struggle for self determination. Los Angeles, National Farm Worker Ministry, 1969. 6p., 8.5x11 inches, slightly edgeworn wraps.  20.00

325.          Harwood, Alan, ed. Ethnicity and medical care. Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1981. xii, 523p., bottom edge of spine worn. With chapters on African Americans, Chinese Americans, Haitian Americans, Italian Americans, Mexican Americans, Navajos, and Puerto Ricans.                                                      25.00

326.          Haskins, James. Resistance; profiles in nonviolence. Garden City, Doubleday & Company, 1970. 164p., first edition, lightly worn dj. King, Spock, Chavez, Russell, Gandhi, Penn, Thoreau and Jesus. 25.00

327.          Hayden, Sherman S. and Benjamin Rivlin. Non-self-governing territories; status of Puerto Rico. New York, Woodrow Wilson Foundation, 1954. 24p., slightly dogeared wraps with half-inch closed tear on the front. One of four pamphlets issued by the Foundation on the UN.                                                                                          25.00

328.          Hayes, Joe. Everyone knows gato pinto; more tales from Spanish New Mexico, illustrations and design by Lucy Jelinek. Santa Fe, Mariposa Publishing, 1992. 75p., illus., first edition, wraps have a mild dampstain on inside rear.      12.00

329.          Heiderson, Mazin A. and Edgar R. Leon. Patterns and trends in Michigan migrant education. East Lansing, Julian Samora Research Institute, 1996. 27p., 8.5x11 inches, stapled wraps. (JSRI statisitical brief 8)          18.00

330.          Helmer, John and Thomas Vietorisz. Drug use labor market class conflict . Washington, Drug Abuse Counicl, 1974. 44, [vii]p., wraps. Sections on Chinese and opium, 1875-80, Blacks, cocaine and opium, 1905-20, White working-class opiate use, 1910-20, Mexican Americans and marijuana, 1930-37 and working-class heroin use, 1950-1970.                                                                                                                        35.00

 When unskilled labor is scarce, police arrests fall to a minimum; when there is a labor surplus, anti-drug-use law enforcement increases. "Repression," the authors argue on p.37, "is the simple word for it. Of course, public officials with this purpose" [repression of labor unrest] "do not announce it as such, like a gang of blackshirts."

331.          Hendrick, Irving G. The development of a school integration plan in Riverside, California: a history and perspective. Riverside, CA, Riverside Unified School District and the University of California, Riverside, `968. viii, 264 sheets printed single side, 8.5x11 inches, wraps. "Riverside enrolls slightly more Negro and slightly fewer Mexican-American pupils than other California districts of comparable size." - p. 2.                   35.00

332.          Henríquez, Francisco. 103 décimas. Miami, the author, 1997. 34p., wraps with cover title ‘Decimas clasicas’. Cuban exile poetry.                                                                                                    22.00

333.          Henríquez, Francisco. La décima. Miami, the author, 1997. 33p., inscribed by the Cuban American poet, wraps.      25.00

334.          Henriquez, Francisco. Viente sonetos de mi libro titulado ...desde lo más recóndito. Miami, the author, 1996. 20p., wraps. Cuban exile poetry.                                                                               25.00

335.          Henriquez, Francisco. Voces íntimas. Miami, the author, 1997. 26p., wraps. Cuban exile poetry.         25.00

336.          Henson, Margaret Swett. Juan Davis Bradburn; a reappraisal of the Mexican commander of Anahuac. College Station, Texas A&M University Press, 1982. 159p., dj.                                             15.00

337.          Hernandez, Ester. Homage to César Chavez/Homenaje a César Chavez. San Francisco, the artis, 1993. 8x5.5 inch postcard reproducing Hernandez' painting of Chavez (for a postage stamp) with an enhanced version of the UFW flag in the background.                                                                                               15.00

338.          Hernandez, Gilbert. Heartbreak soup; "space case", in Anything Goes #4. Agoura, CA, The Comics Journal, 1987. 4p. lead story in the 31p. illus. comic, wraps.                                                    12.00

339.          Hernandez, Jaime, Gilbert Hernandez and Mario Hernandez. Love and Rockets. Agoura, CA, Fantagraphics Books, 1985. 145p. incl. 4p. reproductions of the individual comics' cover art, first edition, pictorial color boards of the first compilation of the Love and Rockets strips. All comics drawn by the Brothers Hernandez. This copy is autographed by two of the brothers, in red ink on the decorated endsheet, "Jaime 86" and "Beto 86".      100.00

340.          Hernández, Jo Ann Yolanda. White bread competition. Houston, Arte Publico, 1997. 208p., wraps.  12.00

341.          Hernández, Rafael, Spanish words and music. El cumbanchero - (Rumba-guaracha). New York, Southern Music Pub. Co., 1943. 4p.,, owner's initials on p. 2, 9x12 inches, wraps. Sheet music by one of Puerto Rico's most influential popular composers.                                                                                                   22.00

342.          Hernandez, Salomé. No settlement without women: three Spanish California settlement schemes, 1790-1800. N. pl., Historical Society of Southern California, [1990]. 31p., wraps. Offprint from the Southern California Quarterly, fall, 1990.                                                                                                15.00

343.          Hernandez, Sam. Sculpture. Davis, CA, Richard L. Nelson Gallery, 1989. 6-panel brochure for the exhibition. each panel 7.75x11 inches, three with color reproductions of some of the exhibited sculptures (photographed by Wilfredo Q. Castaño), front wrap with a black/white photo of one of the sculptures.   20.00

344.          Hernandez Cruz, Victor. Snaps; poems. New York, Random House, 1968. 135p., first edition, dj. Puerto Rican poet.                                                                                                                         30.00

345.          Hernández-Linares, Leticia. Razor edges of my tongue; illustrations by Berenice Badillo. San Diego, calaca Press, 2002. 44p., inscribed by the Salvadorena American poet who lives in San Francisco, wraps.       22.00

346.          Herr, Charlotte. San Pasqual; a tale of Old Pasadena, with preface by John Steven McGroarty, illustrations by Frances Creedon. Pasadena, the author, 1924. 120p., previous owner's bookplate, later printing, a very good copy of this romance of Spanish California.                                                                                                              18.00

347.          Herrera-Sobek, María. The Mexican corrido; a feminist analysis. Bloomington, Indiana Univeristy Press, 1993. xix, 151p., later wraps printing.                                                                                  12.00

348.          Hijuelos, Oscar. The fourteen sisters of Emilio Montez O'Brien; a novel. New York, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1993. 484p., first printing, dj.                                                                        15.00

349.          Hijuelos, Oscar. The Mambo Kings play songs of love. New York, Farrar Straus Giroux, 1989. 407p., first edition, dj. Cuban American author.                                                                           25.00

350.          Hillen, Judith, et. al., eds. Cáete de gusto hacia el otoño con las matemáticas y cienias; libro 1, k-1. Fresno, AIMS Education Foundation, 1988. xvii, unpaginated, 8.5x11 inches, wraps with program ownership written on rear. Text partly in English, partly in Spanish.                                                                                                       15.00

351.          Hinckle, Warren and William Turner. The fish is red; the story of the secret war against Castro. New York, Harper & Row, Publishers, 1981. x, 373p. + 8p. photos, inscribed by Turner, first printing clothbacked blue boards with fading from dampstain in a slightly edgeworn dust jacket.                                     45.00

The true first edition; reissued expanded and doubtless improved by Thunder's Mouth in the 1990s as "Deadly Secrets," that title remaindered and still easy to get.

352.          Hinojosa-S., Rolando R. Estampas del valle y otras obras/sketches of the valley and other works. Berkeley, Quinto Sol Publications, 1973. 188p., first edition, wraps.                                          35.00

353.          Hoffman, Pat. Ministry of the dispossessed; learning from the farm worker movement. Los Angeles, Wallace Press, 1987. x, 154p., wraps. Foreword by Cesar Chavez.                                        18.00

354.          Howard, Josefina, with Lila Lomeli. Rosa Mexicano; a culinary autobiography with 60 recipes, translated by Esther Allen. New York, Viking, 1998. xi, 285p., advance uncorrected proofs, wraps. The Cuban American chef is the proprietor of the New York restaurant; Lomeli is a Mexican American writer.             15.00

355.          Hurtado, Albert L. Intimate frontiers; sex, gender, and culture in old California. Albuqueraue, University of New Mexico Press, 1999. xxix, 173p., illus. in text, first edition, fine in dj. (Histories of the American frontier)      25.00

356.          Ibañez, Mark. Mark's remarks. Pleasanton, CA, LMA, 1994. 155p., inscribed by the Bay Area Latino sportscaster, wraps.                                                                                                 12.00

357.          International Ladies Garment Workers Union. Western States Region. International Ladies Garment Workers Union presents Contrato de Amor; con Rosa Alvarez, Lupe Contreras and Ascención Rubio. Los Angeles, Colective ed Ojo and the Region, [198-?]. 22p. fotonovela of the production aimed at unionizing immigrant garment workers in the Southern California region, 8.5x11 inches, wraps with crease in center. In Spanish.     35.00

358.          Islas, Arturo. Migrant souls; a novel. New York, William Morrow and Company, 1990. 247p., one page dogeared, inscribed by Islas, first edition, dj. This second novel by the Chicano author. 45.00

359.          Islas, Maya. Obra poetica de Angela de Hoyos. San Antonio, M&A Editions, 1976. Two printed pages in an eight-page chapbook, wraps. Cuban American poet.                                                  25.00

360.          Jiménez, Francisco. Breaking through; sequel to The Circuit. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 2001. 195p. + 5p. photos, first printing, dj. Second volume in the autobiography of the Mexican immigrant who worked as a child in the California fields, then was deported with his family - and returned to a successful academic and literary career.      15.00

361.          Jiménez, Karleen Pendleton. Tomboy gone butch. N. pl., the author, 1995. 16p., wraps. Short prose pieces (with some poetry), mostly in English (some Spanish) by a Latina lesbian.                                                             25.00

362.          Joglar Cacho, Manuel. Soliloquios de Lazaro. San Juan, the author, 1971. 76p., illus. por Rafael Tufiño, later edition, slightly worn dj.                                                                                             30.00

363.          Johnson, Carlos A. Las mujeres Estadounidenses y Latinoamericanas (Breves reflexiones en torno a la mujer) (Ensayos). New York, Colección el Rimense-Neoyorquino, 1997. 96p., first edition, wraps.           25.00

364.          Johnson, Carlos A. Retratos y acuarelas (figuras del siglo XX). New York, Colección el Rimense-Neoyorquino, 1998. 96p., first edition, wraps. Short bios by a Peruvian American author, including MLK, Paul Robeson, Winston Churchill, Laurence Olivier in its eclectic grouping.                                                      25.00

365.          Jones, Oakah L., Jr. Los paisanos; Spanish settlers on the northern frontier of New Spain. Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, 1979. xv, 351p., illus. in text, first edition, dj.                                                                    35.00

366.          Kalman, Bobbie & Greg Nickles. Spanish Missions. New York, Crabtree Publishing Company, 1996. 32p., profusely illus., 8.5x11 inches, wraps. (Historic communities)                                      12.00

367.          Kamel, Rachael and Anya Hoffman. The maquiladora reader; cross-border organizing since NAFTA. Philadelphia, American Friends Service Committee, 1999. vii, 131p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps.            22.00

368.          Kanellos, Nicolás, ed. Mexican American theater: then and now. Pittsburgh, Arte Publico Press / Revista Chicano-Riquena, 1989. 120p., illus. with period photographs, wraps, first Arte Publico edition. Originally published in 1983 as a special issue of the Revista Chicano-Riquena.                                           12.00

369.          Karimi, Robert. Get down. [Hayward, CA?], Y Que Press, 1996. [24]p., wraps. Poetry rants by the Latino writer.      18.00

370.          Kelley, Pat. River of lost dreams; navigation on the Rio Grande. Lincoln, University of Nebraska Press, 1986. xi, 149p. dj.                                                                                                                   15.00

371.          Kercheville, F. M., comp. A preliminary glossary of New Mexican Spanish together with some semantic and philological facts of the Spanish spoken in Chilili, New Mexico vy George E. McSpadden, in The University of New Mexico Bulletin, Language Series, Volume 5, Number 3 (July 15, 1934). Albuquerque, University of New Mexico Press, 1934. 102p., wraps.                                                                                                                         45.00

372.          Kern, Robert, ed. Labor in New Mexico, unions, strikes, and social history since 1881. Albuquerque, University of New Mexico Press, 1983. x, 349p., illus., dj.                                                         20.00

373.          Kid Frost. La raza. Beverly Hills, Virgin Records, 1990. 12 inch, 33 1/3 rpm record, inner sleeve not present. Militant Chicano rock, written by Arturo Molina Jr., Tony Gonzales and Gerald Wilson. 12.00

374.          Kiddle, Lawrence B. The Spanish word jícara; a word history with an appendix on the manufacture of jícaras in Olinalá, Guerrero (preprinted from Publication No. 11, pages 115 - 154). New Orleans, Middle American Research Institute, The Tulane University of Louisiana, 1944. pp. 121-153, 7.75x10.5 inches, introductory letter from Robert Wauchope, preface, footnotes, appendix, references, illustrated with 3 b&w plates, very good in original stapled wraps. (Philological and Documentary Studies Vol. I, No. 4)                                                 30.00

375.          Kinghorn, Ruby Glick. A study of the effect of the human development program on the self-concept of Mexican-American pupils in kindergarten through third grade. Salt Lake City, Brigham Young University, 1975. ix, 133p., 8.5x11 inches, long inscription by Kinghorn, bound in buckram. Doctoral dissertation submitted o the Educational Psychology Department at Brigham Young. Study set in Los Angeles.      35.00

376.          Kitchener, Amy V. The holiday yards of Florencio Morales; "El hombre de las banderas". Jackson, University Press of Mississippi, 1994. 72p., profusely illus. with Morales' Los Angeles 'holiday art' , first printing. (Folk art and artists)                                                                                                                       18.00

377.          Knill, Harry. Rosie & the bear flag; illustrated by Nick Taylor & Donna Neary. Santa Barbara, Bellerophon Books, 1993. 64p., profusely illus., wraps. Children's book about the end of Spanish rule in California, as seen through the eyes of a young Californio.                                                                                   15.00

378.          Koch, Patricia Barthalow and David L. Weis, eds. Sexuality in America; understanding our sexual values and behavior. New York, Continuum, 1998. xii, 346p., dj. Covers GLBT phenomena, African American and Latino sexual mores, sex education, prostitution, HIV/AIDS and much more.                                   22.00

379.          Krieghoff, Maria Luisa. Lira poetica; poesias. [Miami], the author, 1971. 51p., typewriter-set, wraps. Cuban American poet.                                                                                                          45.00

380.          Kurutz, Gary F. and W. Michael Mathes. The forgotten war: the conflict between Mexico and the United States, 1846-1849; a bibliography of the holdings of the California State Library. Sacramento, California State Library Foundation, 2003. 207p., illus. with reproductions of broadsides, prints, etc., 8.5x11 inches, wraps.            35.00

381.          Lamar-Santana, Hedy. Semblanzas de mi padre (el médico chino). Miami, the author, 2001/5. 169p., second edition, wraps. A Cuban-American author's autobiography of her physician father, who spent time in China before World War II, where he learned Chinese medicine before returning to Cuba, later emigrating to the US.       18.00

382.          Language Policy Task Force. The insular vision. New York, Centro de Estudios Puertorriqueños, 1978. 24p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps. (Centro working papers/)                                                        25.00

383.          Language Policy Task Force. On deletion and disambiguation in Puerto Rican Spanish: a study of verbal/#n/. New York, Centro de Estudios Puertorriqueños, 1978. 24p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps. (Centro working papers/Language Policy Task Force #3)                                                                    25.00

384.          Language Policy Task Force. Quantitative analysis of constraints on code-switching. New York, Centro de Estudios Puertorriqueños, 1978. 26p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps. (Centro working papers/Language Policy Task Force #2)      25.00

385.          Larrinúa-Craxton, Sofia. The Mexican mama's kitchen; authentic homestyle recipes. San Digo, Thunder Bay Press, 2005. 160p., profusely illus. cookbook, first printing. The author, born in Mexico City, resides in England.      18.00

386.          League of Revolutionary Struggle (M-L). The struggle for Chicano liberation; in Forward, journal of Marxism-Leninism-Mao Zedong thought, no. 2, August 1979. Oakland, the League, 1979. [119]p. incl. photo section, wraps.      15.00

387.          LeBlanc, Adrian Nicole. Random family; love, drugs, trouble, and coming of age in the Bronx. New York, Scribner, 2003. 408p., later printing, dj.                                                                     12.00

388.          Lecompte, Janet. Rebellion in Río Arriba, 1837. Albuquerque, University of New Mexico Press, 1985. xiii, 186p., first edition, dj.                                                                                                25.00

389.          León, Nephtalí de. Chicanos; our background and our pride, illustrated by the author. Lubbock, TX, Trucha Publications, 1972. 95p., illus. with drawings and photographs, later printing, wraps. Tejana activist.            25.00

390.          Limón, Martin. Buddha's money. New York, Bantam Books, 1998. 328p., first printing, dj. Mystery set in East Los Angeles.                                                                                                             15.00

391.          Liss, Sheldon B. A century of disagreement: the Chamizal conflict, 1864-1964. Washington, The University Press of Washington, D.C., 1965. viii, 167p., inscribed by Liss, slightly edgeworn dj. On the El Paso-Juarez boundary dispute.                                                                                                                     45.00

392.          Lomas Garza, Carmen. Papel Picado; paper cutout techniques. Mesa, AZ, Xicanindio, 1984. 16p. pamphlet illus. by the Mexican American artist, whose papel picado has been installed in numerous museums, wraps with small stain.      75.00

393.          López, Manuel Paul. Death of a Mexican & other poems. Cohasset, CA, Bear Star Press, 2006. 96p., review copy, spiral-bound wraps. Color cover and b&w vignettes by Daniel Gibson. Winner of the 2006 Dorothy Brunsman Poetry Prize.                                                                                                              22.00

394.          Lopez, Vincent. Lopez speaking; an autobiography. New York, The Citadel Press, 1960. 351p. + 16p. photos, first edition, shelfworn dj. Portuguese American jazz band leader.                                                                22.00

395.          López Jaramillo, Eduardo. Lógicas y otros poemas (1967-1968). Pereira, Ediciones Pereira, 1979. 44p., one of 1,000 copies, first edition, wraps. Homoerotic verse, infuenced by Cavafy, by the Colombian American poet.      35.00

396.          López y Rivas, Gilberto. La guerra del 47 y la resistencia popular a la ocupación. Mexico City, Editorial Nuestro Tiempo, 1982. 207p., one of 2,000 copies, second printing, wraps.                                                            35.00

397.          Los Angeles County Public Library Systum. Adult Services, comps. La raza; a selected book list . Los Angeles, the Library System, 1975. 24p., wraps.                                                                           20.00

398.          Love, F. W. Chicano chicken. San Diego, Greenleaf Classics, 1978. 148p., camp pictorial wraps, one of the lovers wearing sombrero. Gay pulp fiction. (Adonis Classics AC187)                                                          25.00

399.          Lowe, Ernest. Sometimes you work a day ... in The Liberal Democrat, volume II, no. 1, September 1961. Berkeley, The Liberal Democrat, 1961. 6p. of black/white photos taken by Lowe of farmworkers, with captions by them, i8n the 20p., 8.5x11 inch magazine, with a cover photo of a child in the fields also taken by Lowe. The magazine was an independent publication edited by Marshall Windmiller and Thomas Winnett.   25.00

400.          Lowery, Woodbury. The Lowery collection; a descriptive list of maps of the Spanish possessions within the present limits of the United States, 1502-1820. Washington, GPO, 1912. x, 567p., very good in original Library of Congress ribbed maroon cloth gilt.                                                                           195.00

401.          Lowman, Hubert A. The old Spanish missions of California. Arroyo Grande, CA, Hubert and Martha Lowman, 1989. 48p., profusely illus. with Lowman's color photos, 8.25x10.5 inches, wraps.     15.00

402.          Lucero-White, Aurora, comp. The folklore of New Mexico; volume one, romances, corridos, cuentos, proverios, dichos, adivinanzas. Santa Fe, the author, 1941. 48p., including three full-page illustrations, 8x9.25 inches, wraps.      75.00

403.          MacArthur, Mildred Yorba, compiler. Recipes for remembrance; compiled for the Brickyard Cafe. Orange, The Brickyard at Olive Hill, [1977]. 24p., 5.5x8.5 inches, history, introduction, author bio, very good in original stapled pictorial wraps. The author is a descendant of José Antonio Yorba who came to California with the Portolá Expedition. The cafe is in Orange. California at a refurbished brickyard.                                        20.00

404.          MacLachlan, Colin M. Anarchism and the Mexican revolution; the political trials of Ricard Flores Magon in the United States, with a foreword by John Mason Hart. Berkeley, University of California Press, 1991. xvi, 185p., first printing, dj.                                                                                                                45.00

405.          MacLean, Nancy. Freedom is not enough; the opening of the American workplace. New York and Cambridge, Russell Sage Foundation and Harvard University Press, 2005. x, 442p., uncorrected page proof, wraps. MacLean explores the entry of African American and Mexican American women into the workplace, and the role of civil rights and feminist activists in the struggle for job security.                                                    18.00

406.          MacMurtrie, Chico . Growing into your cultural skin; an installation by Chico MacMurtrie & Amorphic Robot Works, March 11 - April 26, 1997. San Francisco, Galería de la Raza, 1997. [16]p. illus. exhibition catalog, wraps.      15.00

407.          Malta, Victor Guillermo. Espejos negros; los caminos del silencio. New York, Editorial Arcas, 1992. 89p., wraps. Ecuadorian American poet.                                                                                        25.00

408.          Mares, E. A. The unicorn poem. Los Cerrillos, NM, San Marcos Press, 1980. 30p., inscribed by the Chicano poet, wraps.                                                                                                              30.00

409.          [Martí, José]. Para los siglos de José Martí; in Casa de las Americas, año xxxv, numero 198, Enero-Marzo de 1995. Havana, Casa de las Americas, 1995. 176p., wraps. The bulk of the issue contains articles on Martí, including a letter from Ernesto Cardenal.                                                                                     25.00

410.          Martínez, Eliud. Voice-haunted journey. Tempe, Bilingual Press/Editorial Bilingüe, 1990. 255p., two illus. and cover drawn by the Chicano surrealist artist/writer, first wraps edition. Martínez' first novel is also the first of his saga of five generations of a Mexican family in the US.                                                           15.00

411.          Martinez, Elizabeth. De colores means all of us: Latina veiws for a multi-colored century. Cambridge, South End Press, 1998. xviii, 266p., first edition.                                                                         35.00

412.          Another copy, first wraps edition.                                                                         12.00

413.          Martinez, J. V. Directory of Spanish surnamed and Native Americans in science and engineering. Rochester, NY, the author, 1972. [iv], 33p., 8.5x11 inches, some highlighting, spiral-bound wraps. Laid in is a 7p. report to the Council of the American Physical Society by Martinez in his capacity as chair of the Committee on Minorities, on the Committee's work and its frustrations.                                             25.00

414.          Martínez, Nina Marie. ¡Caramba! A tale told in turns of the card. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 2004. xvi, 360p. including illus., signed by Martinez, first edition. Novel based on la lotería by a northern California writer.    25.00

415.          Another copy of the first edition, not signed.                                                         12.00

416.          Martinez Vasquéz, Ely Patricia. La historia de Ana/The story of Ana (con la ayuda de/with the help of Ana Lorena Sanabria y otras/and others). Pasadena, Hope Publishing House, 1985. 25p., illus. with drawings by a number of immigrant children, wraps. Story of a young girl who emigrates from El Salvador to Los Angeles.     35.00

417.          Matiella, Ana Consuelo. La familia; curriculum unit. Santa Cruz, Network Publications, 1988. 188p., wraps. (Latino family life education curriculum)                                                                      22.00

418.          Maury, Inez. My mother and I are growning strong/mi mamá y yo nos hacemos fuertes; illustrated by Sandy Spiedel, translated by Anna Muñoz. Berkeley, New Seed Press, 1979. 28p., illus., 11x8.5 inches, previous owner's name crossed out, wraps. Bilingual children's story about a Chicana family.                 22.00

419.          Maxwell, Bruce and Michael Jacobson. Marketing disease to Hispanics; the selling of alcohol, tobacco, and junk foods, preface by Congressman Matthew G. Martinez, afterword by Rodolfo Acuña and Juana Mora. Washington, Center for Science in the Public Interest, 1989. xi, 100p., illus., wraps.                       22.00

420.          Maxwell, Richard S. and Evans Walker, comp. Preliminary inventory of the records of the Office of Territories. Washington, The National Archives, 1963. v, 157p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps. With material on Puerto Rico (including the Hurricane Relief Commission), Alaska and the Pacific Islands. (154)      25.00

421.          Maynard, Theodore. The long road of Father Serra. London, Staples Press, 1954. xix, 297p., front, first British edition, edgeworn dj.                                                                                                 25.00

422.          McCombs, Vernon Monroe. From over the border; a study of the Mexicans in the United States. New York, Council of Women for Home Missions and Missionary Education Movement, 1925. 192p. + front., 16 photographic plates, first wraps printing.                                                                                          35.00

423.          McGloin, John Bernard. California's first archbishop; the life of Joseph Sadoc Alemany, 1814-1888. New York, Herder and herder, 1966. 412p., frontis-portrait, introduction, editor's foreword, preface, footnotes, sources, appendixes, index, signed by McGloin, very good first edition in worn dj.                  20.00

424.          McWilliams, Carey. Brothers under the skin. Boston, Little, Brown and Company, 1943. 325p., first edition, dj chipped and shelfworn.                                                                                              25.00

"[T]races the past history of our discrimination against the Negro, Indian, Mexican, Japanese, Chinese, Hawaiian, Puerto Rican and Filipino--and relates this situation to the war effort and the peacetime world." - dj [not present on this copy].

425.          McWilliams, Carey. North from Mexico; the Spanish-speaking people of the United States,. New York, Monthly Review Press, 1961. 324p., second edition (after the 1948 Lippincott), heavily chipped and soiled dj.         15.00

426.          McWilliams, Carey. Southern California country an island on the land. New York, Duell, Sloan & Pearce, 1946. xii, 387p., second printing, green cloth binding with minor edge wear, previous owner's name on front illustrated endpaper. (American folkways)                                                                                 12.00

427.          Medina, C. C.. A little love; a novel. New York, Warner Books, 2000. 357p., first printing, dj. A Cuban American novelist's story of four Miami women.                                                         12.00

428.          Medina, Robert C. Fabian no se muere; novela de amor. Las Cruces, Bilingüe Publications, 1978. 126p., first edition, wraps.                                                                                                           25.00

429.          Meier, Matt S. & Feliciano Rivera. The Chicanos; a history of Mexican Americans. New York, Hill and Wang, 1972. xi, 302p. first printing, dj.                                                                                 35.00

430.          Meléndez, A. Gabriel. So all is not lost; the poetics of print in Nuevomexicano communities, 1834-1938. Albuquerque, University of New Mexico Press, 1997. xiii, 268p., first edition. New.  18.00

431.          Melendez, Concha. Jose de Diego en mi memoria. San Juan, Instituto de Cultura Puertorriqueña, 1966. 195p., inscribed by Melendez, dj. A study of the Puerto Rican poet.                                                                     65.00

432.          Meléndez, Edwin and Edgardo Meléndez, eds. Colonial dilemma; critical perspectives on contemporary Puerto Rico. Boston, South End Press, 1993. 255p., first printing, wraps.                                                               12.00

433.          Mellinger, Philip J. Race and labor in Western Copper, the fight for equality, 1896 - 1918. Tucson, The University of Arizona Press, 1995. xii, 269p., remainder mark on foredge, dj.                                  15.00

434.          Méndez-M, Miguel. Cuentos para niños traviesos; stories for mischievous children, translated by Eva Price. Berkeley, Editorial Justa, 1979. 104p., bilingual text, previous owner's stamp, first printing, wraps.   95.00

435.          Mercader Martinez, Yolanda and Pablo Valentino Ramirez. Testimonios de las relaciones Mexico-Norteamericanas desde fines del siglo XVIII a la primera mitad del Siglo XIX. Mexico City, Biblioteca Nacional de Antropologia e Historia I. N. A. H., 1982. [vi], 428p. + index, 8x10.5 inches, one of 500 copies, wraps. Annotated bibliography.                                                                                                              65.00

436.          Mercado, Nancy. It concerns the madness. Hoboken, NJ, Long Shot Productions, 2000. 95p., second printing, wraps. Nuyorican poet.                                                                                             18.00

437.          Merced Rosa, Florencio. One nation ... one party. N. pl., Ediciones Puerto Rico, 1975. 22p., incl. photos, first edition, wraps. Edited version of a speech by the PSP National Political Commission member at the University of Puerto Rico during November 1974. (Political education #1)                                                 30.00

438.          Mestres, Liz and Zydnia Nazario, comps. Vieques; selections from Puerto Rico Libre!, the Bulletin of the Puerto Rico Solidarity Committee ... cover woodcut by Jose A. Pelaez. New York, Puerto Rico Solidarity Committee, [1980?]. [24]p., 8.5x11 inches, stapled wraps.                                                                                           30.00

439.          [Mexican Players]. The Mexican Players present "Como Siempre". Claremont, Padua Hills Theatre, 1946. 4p. playbill, 6x9 inches, together with an illus. 5x6.5 inch handbill [two items].                                        45.00

The Community Theatre in Padua, founded in the late 1920s, almost by accident became the home of the Mexican American troupe that worked hard both to preserve aspects of their own culture while presenting it to wider audiences.

440.          Michaud, Michael Gregg and Miguel Angel Reyes. Moribundo. Los Angeles, MGM Press, 1992. [32]p., profusely illus. with Reyes' drawings, 8.5x11 inches, signed by the poet, wraps. AIDS poetry by Michaud.    50.00

441.          Michel de Rodriguez, Isaura. Cuentos e historias verdaderas. Mexico City, Tradicion, 1984. 187p. + 14p. photos appended, inscribed by the author, one of 2,000 copies, first edition, wraps. Autobiography of a Mexican religious educator who moved to San Francisco in 1943.                                                                             75.00

442.          Miles, Allie Lowe. Old San Francisco; based on the motion picture story, adapted by Darryl Francis Zanuck, starring Dolores Costello, with Warner Oland, illustrated with scenes from the photoplay, a Warner Bros. production directed by Alan Crosland. New York, Grosset & Dunlap, 1927. 278p., front., a half-dozen production stills on inserted coated paper, first edition, corners and top and tail of spine frayed, spine lettering fading. Novelization of the movie about Spanish California.                                                                                 15.00

443.          Miller, Niklas, ed. Bilingualism and language disability; assessment and remediation. London and San Diego, Croom Helm and College-Hill Press, 1984. xiv, 255p., previous owner's bookplate, some ink checks and a few phrases highlighted, dj. With material on Hispanic students.                                                     15.00

444.          Miralejos, Carlos. Texas 2077; a futuristic novel. Daytona Beach, Outer Space Press, 1998. viii, 221p., first printing, dj. Novel based on a Hispanic political party about to come to power and an asteroid threatening earth.      18.00

445.          Miranda, James. Wasting my life as told to: R Crowder, editor, enhancer, auxiliary writer. New York, Chester House, 1993. 132p. including photos, signed by the author, dj. Autobiography of a Bronx student labelled as 'learning disabled' who fought his way through the system to become a LD teacher himself.       25.00

446.          Mittelbach, Frank G., Joan W. Moore and Ronald McDaniel. Intermarriage of Mexican-Americans. Los Angeles, Mexican-American Study Project, UCLA, 1966. vii, 84p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps, spine panel has a tear. 'Preliminary and subject to revision' - front wrap. (Advance report 6)                          35.00

447.          Mittlebach, Frank G. and Grace Marshall. The burden of poverty. Los Angeles, Mexican-American Study Project, UCLA, 1966. xi, 65p. including apendices, 8.5x11 inches, wraps. 'Preliminary and subject to revision' - front wrap. Analyzes Mexican American poverty in the southwest. (Advance report 5)        35.00

448.          Mohr, Nicholasa. Nilda; a novel, with pictures by the author. Houston, Arté Publico Press, 1986. 291p., first edition. The Puerto Rican American artist's first novel is a coming-of-age story set inSpanish Harlem.           22.00

449.          Montalvo, Garcia Ordoñez de. The queen of California; the origin of the name of California with a translation from the Sergas of Esplandian by Edward Everett Hale. San Francisco, The Colt Press, 1945. 47p. + large foldout map in colors, title page, initials & marginal texts rubricated. The openweave cloth spine and printed paper label are slightly darkened, ditto edges, boards a little soiled, ffep browned, a sound largely unhandled copy; one of 500 copies. (California classics #4)                                                                                             125.00

Montalvo's work actually precedes the Spanish 'discovery' of California.

450.          Monteflores, Carmen de. Cantando bajito; singing softly, a novel. San Francisco, Spinsters/Aunt Lute, 1989. 197p., review sheet laid in, first printing, wraps. Puerto Rican lesbian.                         17.00

451.          Montes, Segundo. El Salvador 1989; las remesas que envían los savadoreños de Estados Unidos. Consecuencias sociales y económicas. San Salvador, UCA Editores, 1990. 159p., first edition, wraps. A study of remittances by Salvadoreños living in the US.                                                                                    25.00

452.          Montoya, Ricardo Andaldúa and Wayne Cornelius, eds. International inventory of current Mexico-related research; volume 3, December, 1983. San Diego, Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies, University of California, 1983. xii, 223p., wraps. Annotated bibliography, with chapters on Chicano studies, Mexican studies, border studies, diplomacy, agriculture, etc.                                                                                                                               22.00

453.          Another issue, volume 4, December, 1984. San Diego, Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies, University of California, 1984. xiii, 324p., wraps.                                                                                            22.00

454.          Montoya, Tracy. Maximum security. Toronto, Harlequin, 2004. 251p., wraps. Romance mystery by the Puerto Rican journalist. (Intrigue 750)                                                                                   12.00

455.          Moore, Joan and Frank G. Mittelbach. Residential segregation in the urban southwest; a comparative study, with the assistance of Ronald McDaniel. Los Angeles, Mexican-American Study Project, UCLA, 1966. xiii, 40p. + [20]p. appendices, 8.5x11 inches, wraps. 'Preliminary and subject to revision' - front wrap. Analyzes segregation among whites, blacks and Mexican Americans. (Advance report 4)                                       35.00

456.          Mora, Pat. Listen to the desert/Oye al desierto; illustrated by Francisco X. Mora. New York, Clarion Books, 1994. [28]p. children's book by the Chicana poet, first printing, dj.                                                              12.00

457.          Moraga, Cherríe. Giving up the ghost; teatro in two acts. Los Angeles, West End Press, 1986. 58p., previous owner's name crossed out with marker, first edition, wraps.                                        15.00

458.          Morales, Majic C. Evidence; a child is among us. Bloomington, Authorhouse, 2004. viii, 211p., inscribed by the Puerto Rican author, wraps. Science fiction created out of the author's personal experience with cancer.    22.00

459.          Morales, Phyllis S. Fray Angelico Chavez: a bibliography of his published writings (1925-1978). Santa Fe, NM, The Lightning Tree, 1980. 80p., first printing.                                                             25.00

460.          Morell, Mary. Final rest; a mystery. Minneapolis, Spinsters Ink, 1993. 202p., review sheet laid in, first printing, wraps. Lesbian mystery, set in New Mexico and in Alabama, with a Chicano detective. 15.00

461.          Moreno, Leonides. Of stone and tears. Greenfield Center, NY, The Greenfield Review Press, 1975. 39p., wraps. Poetry. (G. R. chapbook 19)                                                                                     22.00

462.          Morro, Henry J. Corpses of angels; poems. Los Angeles, Bombshelter Press, 2000. 70p., wraps. Costa Rica born, Los Angeles based poet.                                                                                   15.00

463.          Muñoz Marin, Luis. The commonwealth of Puertro Rico - a house of good will; address delivered on May 18, 1956 before the annual convention of the International Ladies Garment Workers' Union held in Atlantic City, New Jersey. [San Juan], Department of Education Press, 1956. 15p., wraps.                     25.00

464.          Muñoz Vásquez, Arturo. " Papá, cuéntamos otro cuento" ...; una colección de cuentos para dormir/Papá tell us another story, a collection of bedtime stories. Sacramento, the author, 1994. 196p. in Spanish and 192p. in English, bound dos-a-dos, illus. and inscribed by the Mexican-American author, first edition, wraps.       30.00

465.          Murphy, Celeste G. A don of California; his glory and decline. [Sonoma], [the author], [194-?]. [16]p., illustrated wraps. On Mariano Vallejo.                                                                                       20.00

466.          National Advisory Committee on Farm Labor. The case for the domestic farm worker. New York, National Advisory Committee on Farm Labor, [1965]. [16p.], wraps, illus., form letter from Fay Bennett of the Committee laid in.   25.00

467.          National Chicano Moratorium Committee, Congress of Mexican American Unity and Barrio Defense Committee. For immediate release/publicidad de prensa; November 17, 1970. Los Angeles, the Committee, et. al., 1970. Single sheet, 8.5x11 inches, paper browning, printed two sides (one in English and one in Spanish) on the police assault on the Chicano Moratorium's office on 11/14, resulting in injuries to three people.       45.00

468.          National Coalition for Fair Immigration Laws and Practices. Toward a defense of human rights!/Hacia la defensa de los derechos humanos. Los Angeles, the Coalition, [197-?]. 12p., half in English, half in Spanish, wraps.      35.00

469.          National Endowment for the Arts. Research Division. Minorities and women in the arts: 1970. Washington, the Endowment, 1978. iv, 24p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps.                                                    18.00

470.          Nava, Michael. Goldenboy. Boston, Alyson Publications, 1988. 215p., first edition, signed by Nava on the title page, dj. Mystery featuring a gay Hispanic lawyer.                                                     35.00

471.          Nava, Michael. How town; a novel of suspense. New York, Harper and Row, 1990. 244p., review copy with sheet laid in, first edition, dj with small closed tear at lower rear corner. Mystery set in Sacramento featuring Los Angeles gay Hispanic lawyer Henry Rios.                                                                                25.00

472.          Nelson, Anne. Murder under two flags; the U.S., Puerto Rico, and the Cerro Maravilla cover-up. New York, Ticknor & Fields, 1986. xv, 269p., illus., first printing, dj. On the nationalist/statehood tensions on the island and one scandal they produced.                                                                                              22.00

473.          Nelson, Eugene. The Bracero översättning av Per Kellberg. Stockholm , Bokförlaget Prisma, 19781. 315p., first edition in Swedish, dj chipped. Nelson's personal copy, with his name and address written in pen on the f.e.p. Novel on Mexican farmworkers in the U.S.                                                                                                 35.00

Nelson was a leader in the early months of the United Farm Workers Organizing Committee South Texas farm workers strike of 1966-67.

474.          Nelson, Eugene. Huelga; the first hundred days of the great Delano grape strike. Delano, Farm Worker Press, 1966. viii, 122p., [vii] + 16p. photos (taken by George Ballis, Harvey Richards, Bill Berg and Bill Esher), later printing, wraps creased, minor dampstain on top fore edge.                                                     12.00

475.          Neruda, Pablo. Fulgor y muerte de Joaquín Murieta; bandido chileno injusticiado en California el 23 de julio de 1853. Santiago, Editora Zig-Zag, 1966. 97p., illus. in text (including two in color), 7.25x10.5 inches, first edition, wraps with small pieces of tape reinforcing corners.                                                            125.00

476.          Neuerburg, Norman. The decoration of the California missions. Santa Barbara, Bellerophon Books, 1991. 80p., profusely illus. with photos and drawings, 8.5x11 inches, second printing, wraps. 12.00

477.          Newby, Elizabeth Loza. A migrant with hope. Richmond, IN, Friends United Press, 1977. 140p., inscribed by Newby, dj. Mexican American migrant discovers Southern Baptism and an end to her oppression.   25.00  

478.          Niggli, Josephina. Pointers on playwriting. Boston, The Writer, Inc., 1945. 114p.                               25.00

479.          Niggli, Josephina. Pointers on playwriting. Boston, The Writer, Inc., 1945. 114p., ex libris.    15.00

480.          Noriega, Chon A. ¿ just another poster?/¿Sólo un cartel más? Chicano graphic arts in California/artes gráficas Chicanas en California, with essays by Holly Barnet-Sanchez, George Lipsitz, José Montoya, Rafael Pérez-Torres, Tere Romo, Carol A. Wells. Santa Barbara, University Art Museum, 2001. 218p., profusely ilus. with color reproductions from the exhibition, 8.5x11.75 inches, wraps.                                                             30.00

481.          O'Hara, Edgar. Harina de Juan Ruiz/From the mills of Juan Ruiz, translated by Anthony L. Geist. Santa Monica, Lalo Literature Division, Santa Monica College Press, 1993. 107p., wraps. The Peruvian American poet lives in Seattle.                                                                                                                  30.00

482.          O'Sullivan, St. John. Little chapters about San Juan Capistrano; illustrations by W. A. Sharp. San Juan Capistrano, the author, 1929. 40p., previous owner's signature, later printing of the revised edition, four-page brochure on the Mission laid in, wraps. First published in 1912; revised in 1927.                       20.00

483.          Ochoa, Maria, editor, Annie Valva photography, Paula Gunn Allen, Gloria Anzaldúa, Angela Davis, Susan Griffin, Janice Mirikitani, Adrienne Rich. Different voices of women's experiences; The Women's Foundation 1989 - 90 annual report. San Francisco, The Women's Foundation , 1990. unpaginated, 12x9.25 inches oblong, Foundation donors, board of directors, auditor's report, tables, illustrated with b&w photos, back cover creased, very good in original stapled wraps. Six authors write in support of the Foundation.                         25.00

484.          Olivares, Julián and Evangelina Vigil-Piñón, eds. Decade II: an anniversary anthology. Houston, Arte Público Press, 1993. 256p., wraps. Prose and poetry.                                                            12.00

485.          Olmos, Edward James, Lea Ybarra and Manuel Monterrey. Americanos; Latino life in the United States/la vida Latina en los Estaos Unidos, preface by Edward James Olmos, introduction by Carlos Fuentes. Boston, Little, Brown and Company, 1999. 176p. profusely illus. with photos, 9.5x12 inches, later printing, dj. 15.00

486.          Ortega, Raul. Monk-e tales; a Red Jaguar adventure. San Francisco, the author, 2006. [31]p., profusely illus. with color drawings by the Puerto Rican children's book writer, one of 45 copies of the first edition, signed by Ortega, wraps in printed envelope.                                                                                         35.00

The author uses precolombian mythological themes to weave an enchanting adventure story for children in picture-book format.

487.          Ortíz, José and David Graybill. Reflections of an hispanic Mennonite. Intercourse, PA, Good Books, 1989. 92p., wraps.                                                                                                              15.00

488.          Ortiz Cofer, Judith. Bailando en silencio:/ escenas de una niñez puertorriqueña, translated by Elena Olazagasti-Segovia. Houston, Arte Público Press, 1997. 159p., wraps.                                       12.00

489.          Ortiz Taylor, Sheila . Slow dancing at Miss Polly's. Tallahassee, The Naiad Press, 1989. 76p., first edition, wraps.                                                                                                                       12.00

490.          Overstreet, M. A. The gentle people of prejudice. New York, Community Relations Service, 1950. 8p. reprint from the Saturday Review of Literature (1/21/50), wraps with slight browning. Focuses on blacks and Mexican Americans in context of a general discussion of prejudice.                                           20.00

491.          Pabón, Carlos and Carlos Fortuño. Present situation in Puerto Rico and the current wave or repression. N. pl., Popular Socialist Movement, 1978. 7p., 8.5x11 inches, stapled wraps. A presentation by two leading MSP members.                                                                                                                  35.00

492.          Padilla, Raymond V., ed. Theory in bilingual education. Ypsilanti, Eastern Micigan University, 1980. x, 430p., wraps. Emphasis on Spanish speakers. (Ethnoperspectives in bilingual education research II)           18.00

493.          Palacios Hoyos, Esteban J. Descargas de un matancero de pueblo chiquito; contra esto, aquello, y lo de mas allá. Miami, Ediciones Universal, 1990. 171p., inscribed by the Cuban American author, with a handwritten note from him laid in and his ownership stamp, wraps.                                                                                   25.00

494.          Partido Popular Democratico. [Stickers]. Hato Rey, PR, the Party, n. d. 7.5x12 inch sheet containing five removalble stickers, each bearing the Party's logo of a peasant in a straw hat and three with the Party's slogan, Pan, Tierra, Libertad. The PPD favors commonwealth status.                                                                              35.00

495.          Pearce, Thomas Matthews. The English language in the southwest; reprinted from The New Mexico Historical Review, July, 1932. N. pl., New Mexico Historical Review, 1932. 23p., wraps`.      30.00

496.          Peck, Douglas T. Ponce de León and the discovery of Florida; the man, the myth, and the truth. St. Paul, Pogo Press, 1993. xi, 87p., signed by Peck, wraps.                                                           25.00

497.          Peña, Terri de la. Latin satins; a novel. Seattle, Seal Press, 1994. 257p., inscribed by Peña, first printing, wraps. Chicana lesbian novelist.                                                                                            20.00

498.          Perera, Victor. The conversion. Boston, Little, Brown and Company, 1970. 307p., first edition boards in dj; jacket shows mildest edgewear, a very bright unhandled copy. Guatemalan American author.           10.00

499.          Perez, Jose S. Perez on sports; the whimsical art of Jose S. Perez . Waco, WRS Publishing, 1996. 64p., profusely illus. with color and black/white reproductions of work by the Mexican American artist, 9x12 inches, text by Wayman R. Spence, first printing, dj.                                                                                        30.00

500.          Perez, Raymundo. Phases. N. pl., the author, 1971. ii, 30p., wraps slightly browned. Revolutionary Tejano poet, with an introduction by Magadaleno Avila and cover art by L. R. Teran.                     65.00

501.          Phelan, Shane, editor. Playing with fire: queer politics, queer theories. New York, Routledge, 1997. iii, 291p., wraps.                                                                                                                       15.00

502.          Pietri, Pedro. Puerto Rican obituary. New York, Monthly Review Press, 1973. 108p., inscribed by Pietri, wraps. Poetry, which also appeared in Palante.                                                        125.00

503.          Piñón, Fernando. Child of the half millennium; what it means and how it feels to be Mexican American. Mexico City, Centro de Estudios Sociales Antonio Gramsci and Plaza y Valdes Editores, 2001. 234p., one of 1,000 copies, first edition, rear wrap lightly creased.                                                                                                          35.00

504.          Pita, Juana Rosa. Arie Etrusche; aires etruscos, prefazione e traduzione di Pietro Civitareale. Cagliari, GIA Editrice, 1987. 77p., wraps. Pita's poetry in Spanish and Italian.                                                                  22.00

505.          Pitluk, Adam. Standing eight; the inspiring story of Jesus "El Matador" Chavez, who beame lightweight champion of the world. Cambridge, Da Capo Press, 2006. xv, 248p., first printing, dj. Chavez, a two-category champion, immigrated twice to the US from Mexico.                                                                                                    15.00

506.          Pollack, Erwin and Julius Menacker. Spanish-speaking students and guidance. New York, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1971. xi, 86p., wraps. (Guidance monograph series VI)                                                             18.00

507.          Pont, Carmen Ana. Notas de una clepsidra. Lexington, KY, Editorial Borinmex, 1993. 25p., first edition, wraps. Poetry by a Puerto Rican-born poet who has lived on the mainland and in Canada.     22.00

508.          Poynter, Margaret. The uncertain journey; stories of illegal aliens in El Norte, illustrated with photographs. New York, Atheneum, 1992. 163p., first printing, dj. Written for young adults, with material on Mexican, Central American and Haitian immigration.                                                                                             22.00

509.          Preciado Martin, Patricia. images and conversations; Mexican Americans recall a southwestern past, photographs by Louis Carlos Bernal. Tucson, The University of Arizona Press, 1983. 110p., profusely illus. with Bernal's black/white photos, 10x8.5 inches, creased wraps.                                        12.00

510.          Prida, Mayte. Una etapa dificil; mi lucha contra el cáncer. Miami, Centauro Publishing, 2002. 169p., brief inscription by the Mexican American author, third edition, wraps.                          15.00

511.          Priestley, Herbert Ingram. The coming of the white man, 1492-1848. New York, The Macmillan Company, 1929. xx, 411p., scattered illus., first edition. On New Spain and Canada, including a chapter on New Mexico and Florida.                                                                                                                     22.00

512.          Puerto Rican Revolutionary Worker Organization. Revolution is the only solution; conference on the tasks of the revolutionary student-youth movement. New York, the PRRWO, 1975. 4p. brochure calling for the December 13, 1975 conference.                                                                                                       22.00

513.          Puerto Rican Solidarity Committee. Introducing the Puerto Rican Solidarity Committee. New York, the Committee, [197-?]. 8.5 x 11 inch sheet folded into an 8-panel brochure.                                                    15.00

514.          Puerto Rican Solidarity Day Committee. Dia nacional de solidaridad con Puerto Rico; !Todos! el 27 de octubre 1974 a Madison Square Garden, New York. New York, the Committee, 1974. 12p., 8.5x11 inches, cover is a silk-screen poster by Lorenzo Homar, wraps.                                                                                        25.00

515.          Puerto Rican Solidarity Day Committee. Dia nacional de solidaridad con Puerto Rico; !Todos! el 27 de octubre 1974 a Madison Square Garden, New York. New York, the Committee, 1974. 12p. newsprint supplement to Claridad, cover is a b&w copy of a silk-screen poster by Lorenzo Homar, printed text of speech by Juan Mari Bras laid in, tabloid.                                                                                                           25.00

516.          Puerto Rico Solidarity Committee. - and Puerto Rico is still a colony; statement of the Puerto Rico Solidarity Committee presented to the United Nations Special Committee on Decolonization-August, 1980. New York, the Committee, 1980. 4p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps.                                                                                             22.00

517.          Puerto Rico Solidarity Committee. Invitation to the Fourth National Conference. New York, the Committee, 1982. 36p., some single sheets, some printed two sides, 8.5x11 inches, paperclipped together. Documents for the conference.                                                                                                                35.00

518.          Puerto Rico Solidarity Committee. Puerto Rico Solidarity Committee --Bay Area chapter. Comite de Solidaridad con Puerto Rico, capitulo del Area de la Bahia. San Francisco, PRSC - Bay Area Chapter, [197-?]. 8.5 x 11 inch sheet folded into an 8-panel brochure.                                                   15.00

519.          Puerto Rico Solidarity Committee. Puerto Rico Solidarity Committee - Bay Area chapter/Comité de Solidaridad con Puerto Rico, capítulo del Area de la Bahía. New York, the Committee, [ 1980?]. 8.5 x 11 inch sheet folded into an 8-panel brochure.                                                                        15.00

520.          Puerto Rico Solidarity Committee. Upcoming national conference. New York, the Committee, 1981. 17 8.5x11 inch sheets, printed single side, stapled. On the development of the political documents for the conference.   30.00

521.          Quiñonez, Ernesto. Chango's fire; a novel. New York, Rayo, 2004. 272p., ifirst pritning, dj. Novel set in Spanish Harlem by a Puerto Rican author.                                                                               18.00

522.          Quintana, Leroy V. Hijo del pueblo; New Mexico poems, drawings by Trini Lopez. Las Cruces, Prima Agua Press, 1981. Unpaginated, one of 500 copies, fine in wraps. Poetry.                                                            65.00

523.          Quintana, Leroy V. The history of home. Tempe, Bilingual Press/Editorial Bilingüe, 1993. 85p., warmly inscribed and dated by the poet, wraps.                                                                                  35.00

524.          Another copy, not signed, wraps.                                                                         12.00

525.          Ramos, Henry A. J. The American GI Forum; in pursuit of the dream, 1948-1983, foreword by Raul Yzaguirre. Houston, Arte Publico Press, 1998. xix, 185p., second printing, wraps.                      12.00

526.          Ramos, Jorge. La otra cara de América; historias de los inmigrantes latinoamericanos que están cambiando a Estados Unidos. Mexico City, Mitos Bosillo, 2000. 342p., first Mitos Bosillo edition, wraps.           22.00

527.          Ramos, Juan Antonio. El manual del buen modal y ostras ocurrencias "lite", ilustraciones: Juan Álvarez O'Neill. San Juan, Editorial de la Universidad de Puerto Rico, 1993. 125p., first edition, f.e.p. missing, otherwise very good in a very good dj. Humorous essays by a Puerto Rican writer/critic.                                  18.00

528.          Ramos, Reyes. Chicano intravenous drug users; in The Collection and Interpretation of Data from Hidden Populations, Elizabeth Y. Lambert, ed. Rockville, MD, National Institute on Drug Abuse, 1990. 18p. article in the vi, 162p. NIDA report (the first article is underlined in ink), wraps. Ethnographic approach to field studies, with a chapter on women and much on AIDS. (NIDA research monograph 98)                                18.00

529.          Rascón, Armando. Border Xicanography. Newark, The Newark Museum, 2004. 26p., profusely illus. exhibition catalog, 11x8.5 inches, wraps.                                                                                   22.00

530.          Ray, Frederic. Saint Augustine; chapters in the history of the nation's oldest city and Castillo de San Marcos national monument. St. Augustine, Harris Pictures, 1962. [20]p., 8.5x11 inches, second printing, wraps. A comic book-type presentation with black/white drawings by Ray.                                                   15.00

531.          Rechy, John. The coming of the night; a novel. New York, Grove Press, 1999. 244p., first edition, dj.      17.00

532.          Rechy, John. The fourth angel. New York, The Viking Press, 1972. 158p., f.e.p. slightly rubbed, first edition, dj. Young 3232.                                                                                                             20.00

533.          Rechy, John. Numbers. New York, Grove Press, 1967. 256p., scrawled inscription by Rechy on the f.e.p., first edition, very good in an unpriceclipped dj.                                                                  45.00

534.          Another copy of the first printing, not inscribed, dj.                                               25.00

535.          Another copy, not inscribed, later printing, dj.                                                       12.00

536.          Rechy, John. Rushes; a novel. New York, Grove Press, 1979. 222p., signed by Rechy, first printing, dj. Young 3234*.                                                                                                                      30.00

537.          Another copy of the first printing, not signed, dj.                                                   22.00

538.          Another copy of the first printing, not signed, slightly shelfworn dj.                         17.00

539.          Rechy, John. The sexual outlaw; a documentary, a non-fiction account, with commentaries, of three days and nights in the sexual underground. New York, Grove Press, 1967. 307p., signed and inscribed by Rechy, first edition, slightly edgeworn dj Young 3235*.                                                                                                             35.00

540.          Another copy, signed but not inscribed by Rechy, first edition, slight discoloration at base of front board, dj.      30.00

541.          Another copy, not signed or inscribed, first edition, dj.                                          22.00

542.          Rechy, John. This day's death; a novel. New York, Grove Press, 1969. 255p., first printing, dj. Young 3236.      25.00

543.          Another copy of the first printing, lacking dj.                                                         17.00

544.          Rechy, John. The vampires. New York, Grove Press, 1971. 276p., first edition, very good in a lightly worn, unpriceclipped dj. Young 3237.                                                                                 45.00

545.          Rembao, Alberto. Chihuahua de mis amores y otros despachos de Mexicanidad Neoyorquina. Mexico City, the author, 1949. 251p., inscribed by the author, wraps with some small stains, small closed chip at top of spine, slightly worn at the base, several leaves opened a little roughly.                                              95.00

546.          Reyes, Victorio. The rebirth of Krazy Horse; poems for the struggle. Albany, NY, Rebel Army Media Company, 2002. v, 101p., spoken word cd in rear pocket, wraps. Puerto Rican poet.                18.00

547.          Reyna, Bessy. She remembers. Hartford, Andrew Mountain Press, 1997. 24p. + author photo, inscribed by the Cuban American poet, wraps.                                                                                  30.00

548.          Another copy, not inscribed, , wraps.                                                                   20.00

549.          Ribeiro, Hubert. El peregrino. Santa Barbara, Noel Young Press, 1971. 30p., 6.25x9.25 inches, introduction, poems, author bio, one of 400 soft cover copies in original wraps. The poet is Indo-Portuguese born in Nairobi and educated in Kenya., England and Ireland. He spends time in Santa Barbara.               25.00

550.          Ríos, Alberto. Elk heads on the wall. Berkeley, Chicano Chapbook Series, 1979. 23p., one of 350 copies, wraps. Gary Soto edited the series. (Chicano Chapbook Series 4)                             75.00

551.          Ríos-Bustamante, Antonio, ed. El orgullo de ser; Latino public history: applied history programs, exhibitions and museums. N. pl., Mexican American Studies & Research Center, University of Arizona, 1990. 20p., 8.5x11 inches. wraps. (Working paper #17)                                                                                     18.00

552.          Ríos-Bustamente, Antonio. A general survey of Chicano(a) historiography. East Lansing, Julian Samora Research Institute, 2000. 27p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps. (JSRI occasional paper 25/Latino studies series)       18.00

553.          Rios-Ellis, Birtt and Noelle Fritz, eds. Be safe; a cultural competency model for Latinos. Washington, National Minority AIDS Education and Training Center at Howard Univcersity, 2004. v, 90p., 7x10 inches, wraps.   22.00

554.          Roberts, Helen M. Clemente's Christmas, a tale of Mission Soledad, illustrated by Muriel Lawrence. Stanford, Stanford University Press, 1948. 32p., ex libris, worn wraps. (Mission Tales #6)        15.00

555.          Roberts, Helen M. The gardener of San Buenaventura, a tale of Mission San Buenaventura. Stanford, Stanford University Press, 1948. 32p., ex libris, worn wraps. (Mission Tales #6)                      15.00

556.          Roberts, Helen M. The magic barrel organ, a tale of Mission San Juan Bautista. Stanford, Stanford University Press, 1948. 32p., ex libris, worn wraps. (Mission Tales #6)                                                       15.00

557.          Roberts, Helen M. Miguel and the pirates; a tale of Mission Santa Cruz, illustrated by Muriel Lawrence. Stanford, Stanford University Press, 1948. 26p., wraps, ex libris. (Mission Tales #12) 15.00

558.          Roberts, Joan I., ed. School children in the urban slum; readings in social science research. New York, The Free Press, 1967. xiii, 626p., previous owner's signature, first printing, slightly worn dj. Emphasis on black children, with two chapters on Puerto Ricans and one on Japanese Americans.                                       18.00

559.          Roberts, John Storm. Latin jazz; the first of the fusions, 1880s to today. New York, Schirmer Books, 1972. xiv, 306p., illus. in text.                                                                                                     20.00

560.          Robinson, W. W. Our Spanish-Mexican heritage. Los Angeles, Southwest Museum, 1965. 12p., wraps. On Los Angeles. Reprinted from The Masterkey, vol. 39, no. 3, July-September 1965.   15.00

561.          Rochin, Refugio I. and Marcelo E. Siles. Michigan's farmworkers: a status report on employment and housing. East Lansing, Julian Samora Research Institute, 1994. 21p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps. (JSRI statisitical brief 2) 18.00

562.          Rodriguez, Aleida. Garden of exile; poems. Lousiville, Sarabande Books, 1999. xiii, 96p., foreword by Marilyn Hacker, wraps. This book by the Cuban American poet won the 1998 Kathryn A. Morton Prize in Poetry. Lesbian content.                                                                                                                     12.00

563.          Rodríguez, Israel. La estatua de sal. Miami, Ediciones Universal, 1988. 61p., wraps. Cuban American poet.      20.00

564.          Rodríguez, Israel. Palabralfa. N. pl., Pan American Book Publishing, 1977. 78p., wraps.                           30.00

565.          Rodríguez, Israel. Poemas de Israel; prólogo de Harold I. Boudreau. New York, Las Américas Publishing Company, 1971. 91p., later edition, wraps. Back cover and numerous leaves are soiled. 25.00

566.          Rodriguez, Spain. Boots; no. 1, story by Harry Kamper. San Rafael, CA, Precipice Press, 1997. 52p. comic illus. with Spain's art, 8.5x11 inches, first printing, wraps. Set in 1999 Los Angeles, the comic deals with electronic spying in the context of urban uprisings, gangs, and natural disasters.                                         18.00

567.          Rodriguez, Spain. Trashman lives! The collected stories from 1968 to 1985. Seattle, Fantagraphics Books, 1989. 143p., profusely illus. with Spain's comic art, 8.5x11 inches, first printing, wraps.        15.00

568.          Rodriguez, Spain, art and Joel Schecter, stories. It can't happen here; in Yiddish. San Francisco, Rodriguez and Schechter, 2005. One 11x17 sheet, with a comic strip signed by the artist - the most political of San Francisco's underground cartoonists. This strip is about the opening of the Federal Theater Project's version of Sinclair Lewis' 'It Can't Happen Here', with Halle Flanagan critiquing the English version for its omission of several scenes, notably the concentration camp scene.                                                                                         35.00

569.          Rodriguez, Spain, art and Joel Schecter, stories. Yiddishkeit comics; a portfolio of cartoons on Yiddish culture, a special edition of comic strips created in 2005 for the magazine Jewish Currents. San Francisco, Rodriguez and Schechter, 2005. Five 11x17 sheets, each with a separate comic strip, plus two end-sheets, signed by the artist - the most political of San Francisco's underground cartoonists - and the author on the front sheet, one of 10 copies, disbound as issued, ribbon-tied.                                                                               150.00

570.          Roig de Leuchsenring, Emilio. Marti, antimperialista. Havana, n. pub., 1954. 48p., slightly worn wraps with library stamp but no other indication of accession.                                                       22.00

571.          [Romero, Alejandro]. Alejandro Romero; new works, July 21 through August 20, 1981. Evanston, IL, Dittmar Memorial Gallery, Northwestern University, 1981. 12p., exhibition catalog, profusely illus. with color reproductions of work by the Chicago-based Mexican American artist, 11x8.5 inches, wraps.              35.00

572.          [Romero, Alejandro]. Myths; recent paintings by Alejandro Romero, Ap[ril 19-July 7, 1991. Chicago, Mexican Fina Arts Center Museum, 1991. 20p., exhibition catalog, profusely illus. with color reproductions of work by the Chicago-based Mexican American artist, 11x8.5 inches, wraps.                                 25.00

573.          Romo, Harriet D. and Toni Falbo. Keeping Latino youth in school. Austin, Hogg Foundation for Mental Health, University of Texas, 1996. 24p., wraps.                                                                     15.00

574.          Root, Maria P. P., ed. Racially mixed people in America. Newbury Park, CA, Sage Publications, 1992. viii, 387p., later printing, wraps.                                                                                       18.00

575.          Roque Hernández, Lamberto. Cartas a Crispina. Oaxaca, Carteles Editores, 2002. 111p., one of 1,000 copies, first edition, wraps. Autobiographical account of Mexican migration to the US, by an immigrant to California.      35.00

576.          Rosenbaum, Rene Perez. The Hispanic business ownership and industry concentration in Michigan: a comparison to national patterns. East Lansing, Julian Samora Research Institute, 1995. 14p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps. (JSRI statisitical brief 3)                                                                                             18.00

577.          Roth, Dennis M. Hispanics in the U.S. labor force: a brief examination. Washington, Congressional Research Service, 1981. 27p., 8.5x11 inches, stapled wraps. (Report 81-13 E)                                                         18.00

578.          Ruiz, Ronald L. Giuseppe Rocco. Houston, Arte Publico, 1998. 250p., review slip laid in, first wraps printing.      15.00

579.          Ryan, Marah Ellis. For the soul of Rafael; with many illustrations from photographs taken expressly for this book by Harold A. Taylor, decorative designs by Ralph Fletcher Seymour. Chicago, A. C. McClurg & Co., 1907. 376p. including numerous tipped-in plates, later edition, pictorial boards with slight rubbing on spine, frayed at each end. Novel set in Spanish California.                                                                                            25.00

580.          S. F. Civil Rights for All Electoral Coalition. Draft platform; vote for our candidates on November 5th election. San Francisco, the Coalition, 1996. 16p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps. The coalition, which emphasized immigrant and gayrights, was spearheaded by Supervisorial candidates Lucrecia Bermudez and Carlos Petroni.      15.00

581.          Salazar, Francisco. The gold of old Hornitos; as told to William B. Secrest. Fresno, Saga-West Publishing Co., 1964/70. 32p., illus. with photos, second printing, wraps browning.                                                             15.00

582.          Salinas-Norman, Bobbi, writer and illustrator. The three pigs/Los tres cerdos; Nacho, Tito, and Miguel, Spanish version by / versión en español por Ampola Franzen and Marcos Guerrero. Alameda, CA, Piñata Publications, 1998. 32p., profusely illus. children's book, 11.75x11.75 inches, first edition.                       15.00

583.          San Francisco Bay Area Farah Strike Support Committee. Chicanos strike at Farah; union drive in the southwest. San Francisco, the Committee/United Front Press, 1974. 44p. (text in both Spanish and English), illus., 7.5x10.5 inches, wraps.                                                                                             30.00

584.          San Miguel, Guadalupe, Jr. 'Let all of them take heed'; Mexican Americans and the campaign for educatinal equality in Texas, 1910-1981. Austin, University of Texas press, 1988. xix, 256p., first edition, worn dj. (Mexican American Monograph #11)                                                                                        30.00

585.          Sanchez, Carol Lee. From spirit to matter; new and selected poems 1969-1996. San Francisco, Taurean Horn Press, 1997. x, 269p., wraps.                                                                                    12.00

586.          Sanchez, Josh Redd. There are no bears in New Mexico. Ann Arbor`, the author, 2001. [24]p. story about a train trip taken by the author and his friend that mistakenly ends up in Raton, NM, illus. by the author - a kindergarten teacher writing for his class - third printing [!], wraps.                                                 20.00

587.          Sánchez, Rosaura. Chicano discourse; socio-historic perspectives. Rowley, MA, Newbury House Publishers, 1983. vii, 184p., wraps.                                                                                             20.00

588.          Sanchez, Thomas. Day of the bees; a novel. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 2000. 305p., advance reader's edition, wraps.                                                                                                                       15.00

589.          Sanchez Mayers, Raymond, Barbara L. Kail, and Thomas D. watts, eds. Hispanic substance abuse; foreword by Juan Ramos. Springfield, IL, Charles C. Thomas, 1993. xviii, 240p., one corner bumped. With contributions from 23 academics and social workers, primarily Hispanics, on both alcohol and drug abuse.   65.00

590.          [Santa Clara Lettuce Boycott Committee]. This store sells scab lettuce! Support United Farm Workers AFL-CIO, boycott lettuce. San Jose, the Committee, [1974?]. 1p. leaflet, 5.5x8.5x inches, printed one side, folded once in each direction, minor edgewear.                                                                                 20.00

591.          Santana, Deborah . Space between the stars; a memoir. New York, One World/Ballantine Books, 2005. xiv, 331p., first printing, dj. Memoir by the African American manager (and wife) of Carlos Santana, with material on their cult experience.                                                                                                          15.00

592.          Santiago Baca, Jimmy. Swords of darkness; cover by Adrian Rocha. San Jose, Mango Publications, 1981. 12p., lightly foxed wraps. Third book, poetry by Chicano author. (Chicano Chapbook Series #9, Gary Soto, editor)      95.00

593.          Sanz-Cerrada, Antonio Ma. Las catacumbas in Méjico o tiranía bolchevique. Los Angeles, Vincent Printing Co., 1926. 128p., wraps with a three-inch closed tear. Cristero exile literature published in Los Angeles. 150.00

594.          Schmidt, Fred H. After the bracero: an inquiry into the problems of farm labor recruitment, with the research assistance of Patricia McFeely, a report submitted to the Department of Emplyment of the state of California. Los Angeles, Institute of Industrial Relations, UCLA, 1964. 139p. + [36]p. appendices, 8.5x11 inches, slightly soiled punch-holed wraps. The first appendix is listed as Appendix B.                                             45.00

595.          Scholes, France V. Manuscripts for the history of New Mexico in the National Library of Mexico City; reprinted from The New Mexico Historical Review, vol. III, no. 3, July, 1928. N. pl., New Mexico Historical Review, 1928. [23]p (numbered 301-323), wraps.                                                                 25.00

596.          Schumacher, Aileen. Framework for death; a mystery. Aurora, CO, Write Way Publishing, 1998. 359p., unedited advance reading copy, spiral-bound wraps. Schumacher's second mystery featuring an El Paso-based Chicano detective.                                                                                                                   15.00

597.          Schwartz, Ruth. Guia medica sobre el SIDA y manual de recursos de la comunidad Latina; manual para personas con el VIH, proyecto de la linea de información en Español de la SF AIDS Foundation ... traducción y adaptación al español: Hector Carrillo, Angel García y Carlos Petroni. San Francisco, SF AIDS Foundation, [199-?]. 40p., 8x10.5 inches, wraps.                                                                                                                        22.00

598.          Seligson, Mitchell A. and Edward J. Williams. Maquiladoras and migration: workers in the Mexican-United States border industrialization program. Tucson, Department of Political Science, University of Arizona, 1980. viii, 183p., scattered pencil marginalia, signed by Williams, 8.5x11 inches, wraps. Later published by the University of Texas Press.                                                                                                              30.00

599.          Seltzer, Chester. The collected stories of Amado Muro [pseud.] Austin, Thorp Springs Press, 1979. 165p., inscribed by 'Amado', wraps.                                                                                    35.00

Seltzer, a Texas newspaperman, was imprisoned for his pacifism during World War II, then became a hobo and a writer whose pseudonymous descriptions of Mexican American life in the Southwest won critical acclaim from Mexican American and Anglo critics alike. Although he took newspaper jobs throughout the area, he eventually returned to the road, working as a laborer and a seaman, and visiting the soup kitchens, hobo jungles, and cotton fields that provided the grist for his stories.

600.          Sepúlveda, César and Albert E. Utton, eds. The U.S.-Mexico border region: anticipating resource needs and issues to the year 2000. El Paso, Texas Western Press and The Center for Inter-American and Border Studies, 1984. viii, 446p., wraps. With articles in both Spanish and English on water, urban growth, and economic development.      20.00

601.          Sepúlveda-Pulvirenti, Emma. Death to silence; muerte al silencio. Houston, Arte Publico Press, 1997. 97p., bilingual text with translations by Shaun T. Griffin, review slip laid in, wraps.                15.00

602.          Serrano, Pío E. Segundo cuaderno de viaje. Madrid, Editorial Playor, 1987. 84p., wraps. Poetry by a Cuban American author.                                                                                                       22.00

603.           Siles, Marcelo and Roberto E. Aponte. The education of Hispanics in Michigan: a comparative assessment. East Lansing, Julian Samora Research Institute, 1995. 16p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps. (JSRI statisitical brief 4) 18.00

604.          Sills, Leslie. In real life; six women photographers. New York, Holiday House, 2000. 80p., 8.5x10.5 inches, introduction, bibliography, index, illustrated with b&w and color photos, very good first edition in dj. The six are Imogen Cunningham, Dorothea Lange, Lola Alvarez Bravo, Carrie Mae Weems, Elsa Dorfman, and Cindy Sherman.      20.00

605.          Sklair, Leslie. Maquiladoras; annotated bibliography and research guide to Mexico's in-bond industry, 1980-1988, with the assistance of Karen J. Lindvall and K C Moore Harris. San Diego, Center for US-Mexican Studies, University of California, San Diego, 1988. 217p., slightly creased wraps. (Monograph series, 5)      25.00

606.          Smith, Sydney D. Grapes of conflict; foreword by Cesar Chavez. Pasadena, Hope Publishing House, 1987. 142p., slightly worn dj.                                                                                              22.00

607.          Socialist Workers Campaign Committee. Vote yes on Proposition 14; (farmworkers' initiative): what's at stake, speakers: United Farm Workers Union, Eugene Hernandez, Laura Garza, Friday Oct. 29, 8:00 pm, Washington Sq. Shopping Center. Los Angeles, the Committee, 1976. 8.5x11 inch flyer, printed one side with black UFW eagle, folded in center, pen and pencil notes on verso. Hernandez chaired the San Fernando chapter of the Raza Unida Party.      22.00

608.          Solis, Octavio. El Paso blue; a play with music. [Ashland], Oregon Shakespeare Festival, 1999. 96p., spiral-bound wraps. The El Paso native's play is a meditation on the contradictions embodied in his home city.      25.00

609.          Soto, Gary. The afterlife. Orlando, Harcourt, 2003. 158p., Library of Congress stamp, first printing, dj. YA novel.      20.00

610.          Soto, Gary. Como arbustos de niebla. Mexico City, Editorial Latitudes, 1980. 31p., one of 1000 copies, wraps. The Mexican edition of this work from the Chicano Chapbook Series, which Soto edited. 75.00

611.          Soto, Gary. Pacific crossing. San Diego, Harcourt Brace & Company, 1992. 134p., brief inscription by Soto, first printing, dj. Story for teens about two barrio brothers spending a summer in Japan.     30.00

612.          Soto, Gary. Who will know us? New poems. San Francisco, Chronicle Books, 1990. 69p., review copy with sheet laid in, first printing, wraps.                                                                                25.00

613.          Spicer, Edward H., ed. Ethnic medicine in the southwest. Tucson, The University of Arizona Press, 1979. viii, 291p., second wraps printing. With articles on four communites: one black, one Mexican American, one Yaqui, and one Anglo.                                                                                                                       15.00

614.          Stevenson, Philip. Old father antic, by Lars Lawrence [pseud.]. New York, International Publishers, 1961. 460p., first edition, fore edges soiled, worn and chipped dj. *Rideout author. (The seed, a trilogy. Part 2, vol. 1)     20.00

“[S] in a southwest company-owned mining town, ... the story of coal miners struggling for a better life." - dj.

615.          Suarez, Virgil. Spared Angola; memories from a Cuban-American childhood. Houston, Arte Público, 1997. 159p., wraps.                                                                                                                       12.00

616.          Sweett, Zelia and Mary H. Sheppy. Spanish missions of Florida. N. pl., Writers' Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Florida, 1940. 51p., wraps slightly foxed. Maynard Geiger contributed editorial assisstance.                                                                                                              125.00

617.          Széleky, Gabriel, ed. Manufacturing across borders and coeans; Japan, the United States, and Mexico. San Diego, Center for US-Mexican Studies, University of California, San Diego, 1991. xvi, 126p., wraps. (Monograph series, 36)                                                                                                                 20.00

618.          Tac, Pablo. Indian life and customs at Mission San Luis Rey; a record of California mission life by Pable Tac, an Indian neophyte, written about 1835, edited and translated with historical introduction by Minna and Fordon Hewes. San Luis Rey, CA, Old Mission, 1958. 33p., illus., wraps. Reprinted from the July 1952 issue of The Americas.      22.00

619.          Tafoya, Alfonso. Confrontation at Calvary. Pomeroy, OH, Carpenter Press, 1975. [12]p., publisher Bob Fox's information letter laid in and signed card, wraps. Colorado-born Chicano poet.           35.00

620.          Tapia de Correjter, Consuelo Isabel Lee. Con un hombro menos. San Juan, Instituto de Cultura Puertorriqueña, 1977. 89p. + 7p. photos from the life of the Liga Socialista leader, one of 3,000 copies of the first edition, wraps. Revolutionary poetry.                                                                                                 75.00

621.          Tatum, Charles M., ed. New Chicana/Chicano writing 2. Tucson, The University of Arizona Press, 1993. xii, 164p., later wraps printing.                                                                                        10.00

622.          Tatum, Charles M., ed. New Chicana/Chicano writing 3. Tucson, The University of Arizona Press, 1993. xii, 164p., first wraps printing.                                                                                         10.00

623.          Teschner, Richard V., comp. Spanish-surnamed populations of the United States; a catalog of dissertations. Ann Arbor, Center for Applied Linguistics, 1974. vii, 43p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps.      22.00

624.          Thomas, Piri. Down these mean streets. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1967. xiii, 333p., first edition, dj, jacket slightly worn at tail of spine panel. Autobiography---and first book---by the Puerto Rican activist.    45.00

625.          Thonis, Eleanor Wall. Evaluating the effectiveness of programs designed to improve the education of Mexican-American people. Sacramento, California State Department of Education, 1969. iv, 8p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps.                                                                                                                       22.00

626.          Thurlo, Aimée. Christmas witness. Toronto, Harlequin, 1999. 248p., slightly worn wraps. Romance novel, Native American theme, by a Cuban American author. (Intrigue 544)                                    12.00

627.          Tomasula, Maria. Second nature; March 6 - April 5, 2003. New York, Forum Gallery, 2003. [24]p. exhibition catalog, 7.75x10.75 inches, profusely illus. with color reporductions of exhibited works by the Chicana artist, wraps.      25.00

628.          Torres, Lucy. Desde estos aposentos míos. N. pl., the author, 1968. 83p., signed by the blind Puerto Rican poet residing in Indiana, errata slip laid in, wraps.                                                       45.00

629.          Torres Delgado, René. El primer legislador puertorriqueño en Nueva York: Oscar García Rivera; introducción por el Hon. Don Luis A. Ferré, epílogo por el Prof. Francisco Lluch Mora. San Juan, Colección Hipatia, 1979. 43p., inscribed by Torres Delgado, wraps. (Archivo histoicolierario II)           45.00

630.          Torres-Gil, Fernando, ed. Hispanics in an aging society; the Aging Scoeity Project, from a conference sponsored by the Aging Society Project of Carnegie Corporation of New York. New York, Carnegie Corporation of New York, 1986. 71p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps. With contributions from the editor. Marta Sotomayor, David Hayes Bautista, and others.                                                                                                                       18.00

631.          Toruño, Augusto R. Leonor. San Francisco, the author, 1994. 109p., wraps. Novella by a right-wing Nicaraguan exile living in San Francisco.                                                                                       25.00

632.          Tripp, Valerie. Asi es Josefina; una nina Americana, versión en Español de José Moreno, illustrations, Jean-Paul Tibbles, vignettes, Susan McAliley. Middletown, WI, Pleasant Company, 1997. 85p., later wraps printing. First Josefina book in the series, set in New Mexico in the 1820s. (American girls)                          10.00

633.          Tripp, Valerie. Happy birthday, Josefina! A springtime story, an American girl, illustrations, Jean-Paul Tibbles, vignettes, Susan McAliley. Middletown, WI, Pleasant Company, 1998. 69p., previous owner's name and bookplate, second printing, dj. Fourth Josefina book in the series, set in New Mexico in the 1820s. (American girls)      12.00

634.          Tripp, Valerie. Josefina's surprise; a Christmas story, illustrations, Jean-Paul Tibles, vignettes, Susan McAliley. Middletown, WI, Pleasant Company, 1997. 69p., long, loving gift inscription and previous owner's bookplate, first printing, slighly worn dj. Third Josefina book. (American girls )                                   15.00

635.          Trueba, Enrique (Henry) T. Latinos unidos; from cultural diversity to the politics of solidarity. Lanham, MD, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 1999. xlii, 142p., wraps.                                         15.00

636.          Trujillo, Carla. What night brings; a novel. Willimantic, CT, Curbstone Press, 2003. 242p., pen marginalia in first few pages, first wraps printing. First novel by the Chicana lesbian feminist.                  12.00

637.          Tully, Marjorie F. and Juan B. Rael. An annotated bibliography of Spanish folklore in New Mexico and Southern Colorado. Albuquerque, The University of New Mexico Press, 1950. 124p., wraps. (Publications in language and literature, #3)                                                                                        30.00

638.          Turner, Butch. The cock fighters: illustrated. New York, Star Dist., 1979. 180p., illustrated with Esposito drawings, camp pictorial wraps. Gay pulp fiction with Puerto Rican main character. (Rough Trade RT 483)  15.00

639.          United Farmworkers of America. No grapes; video narrated by Mike Farrell, with Lou Diamond Phillips, Marin Sheen, Emilio Estevez, Edward James Olmos and Charles Haid. Keene, CA, United Farmworkers, [1992]. 18x24 inch color poster for the videocassette on the grape boycott, folded twice.                         35.00

640.          United Mexican American Students at the University of California at Los Angeles. Retention of the Chicano student as a comprehensive program unit of the Mexican American Student Organization; prepared for the Conference on Increasng Opportunities for Mexican American Students in Higher Education, May 15, 16, 17, 1969, California State College, Long Beach. Los Angeles, the authors, 1969. 20p., 8.5x11 inches, stapled wraps.                   25.00

641.          United States. Commission on Civil Rights. Police practices and the preservation of civil rights; a consultation sponsored by the United States Commission on Civil Rights, Washington, D.C., December 12-13, 1978. Washington, GPO, [1979]. iv, 179p., slightly worn wraps. After opening statements by black, Latino and gay participants, the hearing focused primarily on technical aspects of police practices, with some discussion of race and economic status.      25.00

642.          United States Commission on Civil Rights. Puerto Ricans in the continental United States: an uncertain future; a report of the United States Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, the Commission, 1976. xi, 157p., a small tear and library stamps on foredges, wraps.                                                                15.00

643.          United States. Department of Commerce. Bureau of the Census. Persons of Spanish origin in the United States: March, 1979. Washington, GPO, 1973. ix, 199p. + 24p. appendices, 8.5x11 inches. (1970 census of population subject reports)                                                                                                         18.00

644.          United States. Department of Justice. Immigration and Naturalization Service. A practical Spanish grammar for Border Patrol officers. Washington, GPO, 1968. vi, 225p., revised edition, wraps.  22.00

645.          United States. Department of Labor. Farm labor fact book. Washington, GPO, 1959. 240p., wraps, illus.      40.00

646.          United States General Accounting Office. Illegal aliens: extent of welfare benefits received on behalf of U.S. citizen children, report to Congressional committees. Washington, GAO, 1997. 28p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps.          15.00

647.          University of California Chicano/Latino Consortium. A report on the status of Chicanos/Latinos at the University of California [together with] Chicanos/Latinos in the University of California, an update. Berkeley, the author, 1988 and 1989. Two reports, i, 34p. and iv, 37p., each 8.5x11 inches, wraps. 25.00

648.          Valdes-Rodriguez, Alisa. Playing with boys. New York, St. Martin's Press, 2004. 359p., advance reading copy, wraps. Novel by the Latina writer.                                                                             15.00

649.          Valenzuela, Francisca. Defenseless waters; illustrations by the author. Santa Cruz, el Andar Books, 2000. [iv]68p., 5.5x7.5 inches, introduction by Celia Correas Zapata, poems, illustrations in color, very good first edition with generic inscription, signed by the poet,  original pictorial wraps. Eleven year old Chilean-American from San Francisco.      25.00

650.          Valk, Barbara G., ed. HAPI; Hispanic American periodicals index 1978. Los Angeles, UCLA Latin American Center Publications, 1981. 749p., previous owner's bookplate.                                  95.00

651.          Valk, Barbara G., ed. HAPI; Hispanic American periodicals index 1981. Los Angeles, UCLA Latin American Center Publications, 1984. 620p.                                                                               95.00

652.          Valk, Barbara G., ed. HAPI; Hispanic American periodicals index 1991. Los Angeles, UCLA Latin American Center Publications, 1982. 774p., scattered pencil notes and a couple of titles highlighted, otherwise very good.      65.00

653.          Vance, Carole S., ed. Pleasure and danger: exploring female sexuality. Boston, Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1984. xx, 462p., wraps. Papers given at the Scholar and Femkinist IX Conference, "Towards a Politics of Sexuality", that kled to a split over sexual politics in the lesbian community. With contributions from Cherrie Moraga, Dorothy Allison. Sharon Olds, Joan Nestle, and others.                                                                                   22.00

654.          Véa, Alfredo, Jr. La maravilla. New York, Dutton, 1993. 305p., first edition, dj. First novel by the Arizona-born San Francisco attorney.                                                                                             25.00

655.          Vega Yunqué, Edgardo. The lamentable journey of Omaha Bigelow into the impenetrable Loisaida jungle. Woodstock, The Overlook Press, 2004. 350p., first printing, dj. Novel by the Brooklyn=based Puerto Rican author.      15.00

656.          Velasquez, Crystal. Maya & Miguel; My twin brother and My twin sister. New York, Scholastic, 2005. 46p. + 46p., bound dos-a-dos, first printing, wraps. Two children's stories.                                                            12.00

657.          Vigil. Ralph H. Revolution and confusion: the peculiar case of José Inés Salazar. Albuquerque, Regents, University of New Mexico, [1978?]. [26]p. (numbered 145-170) including two photos, brief inscription by Vigil on the front wrap. Offprint from the New Mexico Historical Review. Salazar was a wonderful example of the crossborder participation in the movemeimiento in two countries.                                                   18.00

658.          Vigil, Antonio S. The ugly Anglo; an analysis of white extremism in Latin-American relations. New York, Exposition Press, [1967]. 54p., slightly shelfworn dj. The author has pasted a label over the Exposition Press imprimatur (TV-Hill Publications, Embudo NM) and crossed or whited out all references to Exposition. A Chicano educator's plea for racial equality for Spanish-speaking minorities (and other minority groups) in the US. 75.00

659.          Vigil, Evangelina, ed. Woman of her word: Hispanic women write. Houston, Arte Publico Press, 1983. 180p., stamp and bookplate from resource center, wraps. Includes contributions from Sandra Cisneros, Ana Castillo, Nicholosa Mohr, Helena Mar ía Viramontes, and many others. (Revista Chicano-Riqueña, vol. XI, fall-winter, 1983, #s 3-4)                                                                                                                          20.00

660.          Villanueva, Alma Luz. Luna's California poppies. Tempe, Bilingual Press/Editorial Bilingüe, 2002. 280p., uncorrected proof, wraps. Two-part novel based on a diary of a young girl in San Franciscoo who takes it up again as a grown woman in northern California.                                                                                                           15.00

661.          Villanueva, Alma Luz. The ultraviolet sky. New York, Anchor Books/Doubleday, 1993. 379p., first Anchor edition, boards.                                                                                                          12.00

662.          Villanueva, Tino. Chronicle of my worst years/Crónica de mis años peores, translated by James Hoggard. Evanston, IL, Triquaterly Books, 1994. 84p., first wraps edition. Poetry.                                                     12.00

663.          Villanueva, Tino. Hay otra voz; poems (1968-71). New York, Colección Mensaje, 1974. 48p., later edition, worn wraps.                                                                                                                       15.00

664.          Villarreal, José Antonio. Pocho. New York, Doubleday & Company, 1959. 235p. inscribed by author in 1961 and datelined Los Gatos, first edition, quite good in an unclipped dj that has a half-inch closed tear and a couple of streaks on the back panel. Very early---if not the first---"Chicano" novel, a semiautobiographical novel of the author's coming of age in California.                                                                                                                         295.00

665.          Villaverde, Fernando. Los labios pintados de Diderot y otros viajes algo imaginarios. Miami, North-South Center, 1993. 226p., wraps. Short stories by a Cuban American author.                                                     22.00

666.          Wadhwani, Anita. Northern California new citizen vote 1996; a preliminary analysis of new citizens in San Francisco and Marin counties voting in the 1996 election. San Francisco, Northern California Coalition for Immigrant Rights, 1997. [ii]. 12p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps. Focuses on Chinese American and Latino voters.      18.00

667.          Waldinger, Roger. Still the promised city? American-Americans and new immigrants in postindustrial New York. Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1996. x, 374p., light pencil underlining in the first 20p., dj.     18.00

668.          Wells, Carol A. Los Angeles; at the center and on the edge. Santa Monica, Smart Art Press, 1997. 47p., 6x9 inches, essay, list of LA political poster-producing collectives with short historical notes, illustrated with color reproductions of political posters, very good in original pictorial wraps.                       35.00

669.           [Wolff, Milton]. Thursday's child 4; short stories by Bay Area writers, edited by Jean MacKellar. Berkeley, Glen Press, 1984. 183p., worn wraps. Includes a story by Lincoln Battalion commander Milton Wolff. Inscribed and signed by contributor Virginia Ruiz Seiden, an actress born in Mexico.                               12.00

670.          Women of Color in Coalition. Smell this; vol. 1 no. 1, spring, 1990. Berkeley, The Center for Racial Education, 1991. 109p., wraps. Prose, poetry and art by women of color.                                  15.00

671.          [Yampolsky, Mariana]. Hilos del sol; photographs by Mariana Yampolsky, June 3 - July 19, 1998. San Francisco, Galería de la Raza, 1998. 12p. exhibition catalog that includes some of Yampolsky's black/white photos, wraps.      18.00

672.          Ybarra, Ricardo Means. A framing job; poems. Palmdale, CA, Red Hen Press, 1997. 68p., first edition, wraps.      12.00

673.          Yee, Cameron Y. and Julie Quiroz-Martínez with Torri Estrada and Catalina Garzón. There goes the neighborhood; a regional analysis of gentrification and community stability in the San Francisco Bay Area; foreword by Carl Anthony. San Francisco, Urban Habitat Program, 1999. iii+28p., 11x8.5 inches oblong, foreword, executive summary, charts and tables, photos, very good in original stapled pictorial wraps.        20.00

674.          Yoder, Walter D. The Camino Real (the King's Road) activity book, Spanish settlers in the southwest. Santa Fe, Sunstone Press, 1994. 48p., illus., 8.5x11 children's activity book, first printing, wraps. 15.00

675.          Zamora, Bernice. Releasing serpents. Tempe, Bilingual Press, 1994. 115p., wraps. Second book of poetry by the Chicana writer.                                                                                                     12.00

676.          Zapico, José y Lidia Zapico. La morada de Dios; revelación de Jesucristo. Miami, Editorial Vida, 2002. 194p., first printing, wraps. Christian fundamentalism by a Cuban American ministerial couple. 15.00

677.          Zeno Gandía, Manuel. La charca. San Juan, Instituto de Cultura Puertottiqueña, 1987. 266p. Reissue of the 19th century novel by one of the key figures in the late colonial-early dominion period.        18.00

678.          Zimmerman, Marc. U. S. Latino literature: an essay and annotated bibliography. Chicago, March/Abrazo Press, 1992. 156p., wraps.                                                                                        22.00