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2004 Latino election handbook.
Alimentos para ayudarte a correr brillar y
Analisis e investigaciones.
Another copy. Havana, Centro de Estudios sobre Estados
Unidos, 1986. 200p., wraps. This issue
contains articles on Radio Martí, the socioeconomics of Latin American
communities in the
Angelenos-then and now; illustrated by Don Freeman.
años pasados; coloring book of New
Mexico history; by 6th grade class, Mr. Rivera's room, Peñasco Elementary
School, Peñasco, New Mexico.
8. Atisbos; journal of Chicano research, summer 1975. Stanford, Atisbos, 1975. 107p., wraps slightly stained. Includes an article by Thomás Rivera. Artwork by Rafael López Castro. $15.00
Balcon - 3 de las artes, las letras e ideas.
10. Birth and fertility rates for states by
Hispanic origin subgroups: United States, 1990 and 2000.
11. Black control of the black community. Puerto
Rican control of the Puerto Rican community; vote Socialist Workers.
Maria, vol. 4, no. 2.
13. Bottomfish number six.
14. Boycott Safeway!.
Camino Real ... wrought iron in
the Spanish missions, in The Reading Paddle Ball, November 1937, volume 6, no.
19. Chicano bibliography;
20. Comunidades etnicas en Estados Unidos.
21. Conga-land album; a collection of the foremost congas of the day by such outstanding composers as Lecuona, Cugat, Grenet, Mariani, Romero and Don Mario. New York, Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, [1940?]. 48p. 9x12 inches of musical transcriptions and bilingual lyrics, slightly worn decorative wraps with three owner's stamps on the front. $30.00
cuaderno (de vez en
cuando); vol. no. 1.
24. Another copy, not signed, library # written in ink and 'received' stamp on title page but no other indication of accession, wraps. $12.00
25. Discussion leaders handbook; minority studies division, Defense Race Relations Institute. Patrick AFB, FL, the Division, [1969?]. iii, 47p., 8.5x11 inches, hole-punched and slightly foxed wraps. A surprisingly good historifally-grounded approach to dealing with racism in the military, with sections on blacks, Chicanos, Asian Americans and more. No copies listed in OCLC. $95.00
encuentro inesperado; ¡Fotonovela
28. Exposicion artistas Mexico Americanos de San Francisco, California; 11 de
Septiembre al 2 de Octubre de 1987, Salon de Sorteos, Plaza de la Reforma no.
familia; un directorio bilingüe de
servicios comunitarios/The family, a bilingual directory of community
30. Fiesta de los artes; October 3, 4 and 5, Community Library Center
31. "First annual event" of the Mexican American Studies &
Research Center, the University of Arizona, 8:00 p.m., Holiday Inn, March 25,
32. First annual People's Film Festival.
33. Flor y canto IV and V; an anthology of Chicano literature from the
festivals held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1977, and Tempe, Arizona, 1978. [
34. Folklore papers of the university folklore
35. General statement on the recent split in MINP-El Comité/Sobre la reciente ruptura en MINP-El Comité, pronunciamiento general. N. pl., "the cadre wh petitioned the Central Committee of MINP-El Comité", 1981. 14p., text in English and Spanish, light vertical fold in center. $30.00
Grito; a journal of
contemporary Mexican-American thought, volume II, #1 (fall, 1968).
Grito; a journal of
contemporary Mexican-American thought, volume II, #3 (spring 1969).
Grito; a journal of
contemporary Mexican-American thought, volume II, #4 (summer 1969).
40. Guide to Chicano resources in the
41. Hispanics in
hispanos: problemas y oportunidades, documento de trabajo de la Fundación Ford.
43. Holy week in Tomé; a
you think Sacco & Vanzetti were the last anarchists to be framed and killed
by the government...
Lists cases of anarchists killed in
45. Images of Mexican and Chicano film; a film series and speakers, June 19 - July
25, Campbell Hall, UC Santa Barbara.
46. Insurgente; #s 1-5.
47. Jota; the Chicana lesbian body, volume 3. N. pl., Jota, 2006. 36p. illus. zine, poetry, articles, etc., wraps. Hightly sophisticated production. $12.00
of American ethnic history; volume 1, number 1 - volume 4, number 1.
Kino keepsake; facsimile of an
original Eusebio Francisco Kino field diary, preserved at the University of
Arizona Library, describing southern Arizona in 1699.
Latino olympians; 1896-1984,
colloquia, September 17-18, ... Pico House, El Pueblo de
and rockets #11.
52. Love and rockets #17.
and rockets #46.
and rockets bonanza .
and rockets book one.
and rockets book two.
and rockets book three.
58. Lowrider arte; July-August
1993, volume 2, number 4. Walnut, CA,
59. March & rally for abortion rights;
60. Memoria; 30 anniversary Arizona-Mexico Commission,
61. Mexican soldaderas and workers during the
revolution; an exhibition catalogue,
Center for Chicano Studies, February 7 -21, 1979 ... University of California,
Milbank Memorial Fund Quarterly; vol. xxvi, no. 3, July 1948.
Articles on undeveloped areas,
on the La Rouche AIDS initiative; no on prop 64.
66. Parameters of institutional change: Chicano experiences in education.
68. Playbill; a weekly magazine for theatregoers; vol. 2, no. 15 Jamaica; a new musical starring Lena Horne and Ricardo Montalban. New York, Playbill Inc., 1958. 32p., 6.5x9 inches, very good in original stapled pictorial wraps featuring cover photo of Montalban and Horne in Calypso outfits. E.Y. Harburg musical at the Imperial Theatre directed by Robert Lewis and co-starring Ossie Davis. $18.00
69. Pluralism beyond the frontier; report of the San Francisco Consultation on
70. Primero encuentro sobre impactos regionales de
las relaciones economicas, Mexico-Estados Unidos/The first conference on
regional impacts of United States-Mexico economic relations, 8 al 11 de julio
de 1981, en la ciudad de Guanajuato, Mexico, tomo III.
71. Pronunciamiento sobre el rompimienton en
MINP-El Comité/Statement on the division in M.I.N.P.-El Comité in Obreros en Marcha, edicion
especial, Abril 1981.
73. Puerto Rico
74. Puertorriqueñas en defensa
76. Secrets of salsa; a bilingual salsa cookbook by the Mexican
77. Serra: American founding father; illustrated and coloring by John
78. Simposio sobre Juan Bautista de Anza; tiempo, vida y obra. Memoria,
Juana 300th commemoration festival; a tribute to Mexican women (1651-1695).
81. Spectrum 200; photographs from the history of
82. Symposium; for the eradication fo social inequality: the
effect of race, class and gender on teaching and learning. 1999 theme:
"race: humankind's most dangerous myth",
83. They founded a city; people of early
tan; revista cosmica, no.
This issue of the most graphic of
cosmica,summer-otono, issue no. 4.
This issue of the most graphic of San Francisco's Latino publications - edited by Alejandro Murguía, with Roberto Vargas, Victor Hernandez Cruz, Nina Serrano and Rupert Garcia - includes a contribution by Hernandez Cruz, poems by Lorna Dee Cervantes and Wilfred Q. Castaño, two full-page drawings each by Malauias Montoya and Consuelo Menedez Castillo, a 22x17 inch wraparound cover by Xavier Viramontes, and a color centerfold by Mendez Castillo, with overlays by Rupert Garcia. The lead article is an interview with Willie Colon.
86. Traditional healing: new science or new colonialism? (Essays in
critique of medial anthropology, edited with an introduction by Philip Singer,
in The Conch, volume VIII, nos. 1 & 2, 1976.
87. Two centuries of Hispanic theatre in the southwest; a multi-media show on the history of Hispanic theatre in the southwest. N. pl., Revista Chicano-riqueña, 1982. 20p. illus. exhibition catalog, lead article by Nicolás Kanellos, lightly soiled white wraps. $20.00
89. Venceremos principles of unity. [
90. Y'bird magazine; volume one, number one. Berkeley, Y'bird Magazine, 1978. 193p., illus. in text, lightly worn wraps. Edited by Ishmael Reed and Al Young, this magazine of multicultural writing contains contributions by Alurista, Jessica Hagedorn, Mei Mei Berssenbrugge, Kalamu Ya Salaam, Floyd Salas, Carol Lee Sanchez, Ntozake Shange and many others, along with an interview with Ralph Ellison conducted by Reed, Quincy Troupe and Steve Cannon. $18.00
91. Acosta, Juvenal. The tattoo hunter; a novel, translated from the Spanish by Janet
Casaverde. Berkeley, Creative Arts Book
Company, 2002. 181p., first edition,
wraps. The Mexican American novelist lives in
Erotica blurbed enthusiastically by Andrei Codrescu, Barry Gifford and Thomas Sanchez.
92. Acosta, Oscar Zeta. The autobiography of a brown buffalo.
93. Another copy. N. pl., Popular Library, 1972. 255p., wraps. Second wraps edition, pocket format. $12.00
94. Acosta-Belén, Edna, ed. a mujer en la sociedad Puertorriqueña.
95. Adams, Robert. The architecture and art of early
96. Alarcón, Franciso X. Iguanas in the snow and other winter poems/Iguanas en la nieve y
otros poemas de invierno, illustrations by/ilustrado por Maya Christina
97. Alegria, Ricardo E. Historia de nuestros indios; (versión elemental), ilustró: Carmen Pons de
98. Algarín, Miguel. Love is hard work; memorias de Loisaida.
99. Alvarado, Hector Luis. The 21st century (a cry for hope), a collection of
Elisa. Cousins; pictures by Luis Garay.
Rudlofo]. Conversations with Rudolfo
Anaya; edited by Bruce Dick and
Silvio Sirias. Jackson, University Press
Rudolfo. Elegy on the death of César
Chávez; illustrations by Gaspar
Rudolfo. Heart of Aztlan.
Rudolfo. Jalamanta; a message from the desert.
Rudolfo. Shaman winter.
107. Anaya, Rudolfo A. The silence of the llano; short stories. Berkeley, Tonatiuh-Quinto Sol International, 1982. 173p., review copy with stamp on cover and review sheet laid in, wraps. $45.00
108. Another copy of the first edition, lacking review sheets, very good in wraps. $35.00
Rudolfo A. and Antonio Márquez, eds. Cuentos
Chicanos; a short story anthology,
110. Another copy, not signed, new, in shrinkwrap. $20.00
Rudolfo A., ed. Tierra; contemporary short fiction of
Rudolfo A., ed. Voces; an anthology of Nuevo Mexicano writers.
George. Barrio; el barrio de José. San Diego, Harcourt Brace & Company,
1998. p., 10x9 inch children's book
profusely illus. with color photos, first printing, wraps. Set in
115. Apodaca, Rudy S. The waxen image; a novel. Mesilla, NM, Titan Publishing Co., 1977. 304p., first edition, very good in a lightly worn dj. The New Mexican writer contends that his book is the "first mystery-suspense novel by a Chicano writer" (dj); it is also his first book. $25.00
Marie. American chica.
Joaquim de, ed. Luis de Camões; poemeto, com uma carta de Eça de
Anselmo F. Los pobladores nuevo
mexicanos y su poesía, 1889 - 1950.
Ivan. Madonna septet; volume one.
Blurbed by Harold Norse calling Arguelles "the most outstanding poet since Ezra Pound".
Ivan. Madonna septet; volume two.
122. Argüelles, Ivan. (Rad) [From translation]. Berkeley, Pantographic Press, 1992. p., wraps. Poetry chapbook. $18.00
Ivan & John M. Bennett. Chac
Marilla, ed. Extracts from
125. Arguijo Martínez, Ricardo, ed. The healing ritual. Berkeley, Tonatiuh - Quingto Sol, 1983. 174p., first wraps printing. Novel based on folk medicine. One of the scarcer TQS publications. $35.00
Ron. The road to Tamazunchale; a novel.
127. Another copy of this edition, third printing of the first appearance of this novel (each printing, 2,000 copies), wraps . $35.00
Rane. Home movies of Narcissus; poems.
Rane. The portable famine.
John R. Socio-demographic variables
and the Latino vote in 88: some new
evidence from the Latino National Political Survey, draft. [
131. Atkinson, Donald R., et. al. Counseling American minorities; a cross-cultural perspective. Dubuque, William C. Brown Company, 1979. ix, 222p., wraps. With sections on Native Americans, Asian Americans, blacks, and Latinos. $12.00
de Mortí, Juan. Father Augustín de
Mortí's account of disorders in New Mexico, 1778; translated and edited by Marc Simmons. N. pl., The Historical Society of
Rose Hollenbaugh. Spanish and
Mexican land grants in
134. Babín, María Teresa. The Fantasía Boricua; estampas de mi tierra. Santander, the author, 1960. 175p., second edition, shaken wraps. $25.00
Adán V. Blurry eyed indifference.
Adán V. La noche trae paz and a thorn
in my side.
Adán V. Palabras, words and phrases; poems.
Beatriz. Akewa is a woman.
Herman and Milton Haynes. A bill of
Joan], Jim Marshall and Bruce Campbell.
[Joan Baez], I was born
in January of 1941.... [caption title].
Susan González. The cautious
welcome; the legalization programs
of the Immigration Reform and Control Act.
William, John A. Crawford, Annie O. Eysturoy, eds. This is about vision; interviews with southwestern writers. Albuquerque,
Jose A. El vigía; ensayos.
Jose A. El vigía; ensayos, tomo III.
Helen Elliot. History of
César. Libros y autores modernos; siglos XVIII y XIX.
George. Pachuco: an American argot
and its social functions in Tucson, Arizona; in the University of Arizona Bulletin,
Vol. XXI, No. 1, January, 1950.
Thomas C., Thomas H. Naylor, Charles W. Polzer.
149. Barrera, Mario, Alberto Camarillo and Francisco Hernandez, eds. Work family sex roles language; the National Association for Chicano Studies, selected papers 1979. Berkeley, Tonatiuh-Quinto Sol International, 1979. 207p., wraps. Articles by Tomas Almaguer, Mario T. Garcia, Irene Isabel Blea, and others. $25.00
Hugo. Bridges, paths and portals; where do we go from here, November 1 -
153. Another copy, first edition. $12.00
Richard and Roger D. Abrahams, eds. "And
other neighborly names"; social process and cultural image in
Chapa, Juan. Texas &
northeastern Mexico, 1630-1690; edited with an introduction by William C.
Foster, translated by Ned F. Brierley.
David H. and Harold Mendelsohn. Minorities
and the police; confrontation in
Frank D., Jurgen Schmandt and Sidney Weintraub, eds. Mexican and Central American population
158. Another copy, first wraps edition. $15.00
Stephen, editor. Theodore Wores in
the southwest. San
Ruth. Translated woman; crossing the border with Esperanza's story.
Edwin A. and Donald O. DeMers Jr.
Raymond T., et. al., eds. ¿Under what
bandera? Cover art by Sal Barajas
and Ricardo Levins Morales.
163. Bencastro, Mario. A shot in the cathedral. Houston, Arte Publico Press, 1996. 215p., signed and dated by Bencastro, and inscribed by him to Bryce Milligan, review slip laid in, very good in a very good dj. Novel by the Salvadoreno American writer, based on the Salvadorean civil war. $75.00
164. Another copy, neither signed nor inscribed, lacking dj, very good in boards $20.00
para La Gente Periodical Committee. Revistas; an annotated bibliography of Spanish language
periodicals for public libraries.
Ray Allen and Albert Camarillo. The
American southwest; image and
reality, papers read at a Clark Library seminar,
George H., ed.
Companys, Fernando. Documentos
secretos de la expedicion de Portola a
Alicia. Cine continuado.
172. Borjas, George and Marta Tienda, eds. Hispanics in the U.S. economy; a 1982 conference sponsored by The National Commission for Employment Policy and The Institute for Research on Poverty of the University of Wisconsin. Orlando, Academic Press, 1985. xx, 374p., first printing. (Institute for Research on Poverty monographs) $35.00
Miriam, et. al. Siete poetas.
E. Saints & saint makers of
Susan Calafate. Los capitalistas; Hispano mercahts and the
Richard J. Sammy Sosa.
179. Another copy, first wraps printing. $12.00
Robert O'Neil. Time for glory.
Aristeo. The devil in Texas/el
Karl F., photos by Floyd Ray, foreword by Rexford Newcomb.
Wenzell. Angry men - laughing men; the
Bruce-Novoa. La literatura chicana a través de sus
autores; traducción de Stella
Mary Ann Smothers. Rosita's
Christmas wish; illustrated by Thom
Ricks, traducido por Rogelio de Castro.
Mary Ann Smothers. El sueño de
Rosita; ilustrado por Thom Ricks,
traducido por Rogelio de Castro.
Patrick J. State of emergency; the third world invasion and conquest of
188. Buenker, John D. and Nicholas C. Burckel. Immigration and ethnicity; a guide to information sources, preface by Rudolph J. Vecoli. Detroit, Gale Research Company, 1977. xii, 305p., ex library. (American government and history information guide series) $15.00
Jose Antonio. Spilling the beans; lotería Chicana.
190. Another copy, not illus. or signed by Burciaga, uncorrected proof, very good in wraps. $18.00
191. Another copy. 4p. prepublication extract, very good in wraps. $12.00
José Antonio. Undocumented love; amor indocumentado.
Ronnie. En el jardin de nopales.
Walter Noble. The Robin Hood of
CalArts. CalArts presents the Alpert Awards in the
Arts; 1999, Brian Freeman, Ralph Lemon, George Lewis,
Pepón Osorio, Lourdes Portillo.
Carmen. Writing from the
borderlands; a study of Chicano,
Afro-Caribbean and native literatures in
Peter & Willie Mae Reid. Desegregate
the schools! Vote Socialist
Workers. Peter Camejo for president, Willie Mae Reid for vice-president.
Arthur L. Hispanic culture in the
Roberto Bruce. Poems from my
204. Campo, Rafael. The other man was me: a voyage to the new world. Houston, Arte Público Press, 1994. 118p., first edition, dj. Gay Cuban American poet. $30.00
Norma. Canícula; snapshots of a girlhood en la frontera. Albuquerque,
207. Cárdenas, Reyes. Anti-bicicleta haiku; poemas. N. pl., n. pub., 1976. 16p., wraps. Tejano poet. $35.00
Reyes. Survivors of the Chicano
titanic; introduction by Juan
Rodriguez, illustrated by David Ellis.
209. Another copy, wraps. $20.00
Adalberto de. De México á
The third edition is considerably expanded over the first
(316p.) and second (550p.), both issued in 1892. The
Alvaro. A garden of sound; poems.
Martin, Hugh Daley and Raul Hinojosa Ojeda.
Latinos in a changing
Luis. Sobre la música.
214. Casanova, Tina. Relatos y leyendas de Borinquen; ilustrador: Daniel Díaz. Hato Rey, PR, Publicaciones Puertorriqueñas, 2001. 81p., illus., very good in pictorial boards. For young adults. $22.00
Alfredo, et. al., eds. Mexican
Americans and educational change.
216. Castillo, Ana. Loverboys; stories. New York, W. W. Norton & Company, 1996. 224p., signed by Castillo on the title page, first printing, very good in dj. $25.00
Ana. Massacre of the dreamers; essays on Xicanisma. Albuquerque,
Ana. The Mixquiahuala letters.
219. Another copy of the first edition, not signed, very good in boards. $25.00
Ana. My father was a Toltec; poems.
221. Another copy. New York, W. W. Norton and Company, 1995. xxi, 158p., review copy with author photo and sheet laid in, first Norton edition, dj. $30.00
Ana. Sapogonia (an anti-romance in 3/8 meter).
223. Castillo, Ana. So far from God; a novel. New York, W. W. Norton & Company, 1993. 252p., signed and inscribed to Bryce Milligan on the title page by the Chicana novelist, first edition, dj. $35.00
224. Another signed and inscribed copy of the first edition, dj. $30.00
Guilbault, Rose. Farmworker's
daughter; growing up Mexican in
Planning Committee. Documenting
diversity: a report on the
conference on documenting the immigrant experience in the
Richard and Francisco Garcia, comps. Chicano
library resources at UCLA.
José Andrés. Hispanic notables in
the United States of North America, 1978.
Wendy and Cythia Enloe. Of common
cloth; women in the global textile
Charles Edward. The history of
[Chávez, Denise]. Relative fireworks; our side of the family, stories of home by
6th grade students of the
Fray Angélico. Archives of the
Sandra. Caramelo, or puro cuento; a novel.
Sandra. My wicked, wicked ways.
The inscription reads: 'For Jacalyn, for the poems waiting for their out - Sandra Cisneros, 1 de agosto, 88, San Antonio, TX'.
237. Another copy of the first edition, not signed, very good in wraps. $125.00
238. Another copy of the first edition, not signed, slightly worn wraps with a number of small rubbings. $45.00
Sandra. Woman hollering creek and other stories.
Sandra. Woman hollering creek and other stories. [
Margaret. Health in the
Mexican-American culture; a community
Lawrence A., ed. The Hispanic
Katherine. A historical guide to
to Defend Carlos Feliciano. Free
S. F. The conflict between the
Sherburne F. and Woodrow Borah. Essays
in population history. Berkeley,
247. Cooney, Percival J. The dons of the old pueblo. Chicago, Rand McNally & Company, 1914. 439p., first edition, spine slightly worn and discolored. Novel of the Los Angeles-area ranchos. $18.00
248. Cordasco, Francesco, with George Bernstein. Bilingual education in American schools; a guide to information sources. Detroit, Gale Research Company, 1979. xv, 307p. Annotated bibliography. (Education information guide 3) $22.00
Jorge L. Citizenship; a speech delivered during the Citizenship
Banquet at the Hotel San Juan, San Juan, Puerto Rico, March 26, 1971.
Wayne A. and Ricardo Anzaldúa Montoya, eds.
251. Corpi, Lucha. Variaciones sobre una tempestad/Variations on a storm; English translation by Catherine Rodríguez-Nieto. N. pl., n. pub., [1989?]. 95 photocopied 8.5x11 sheets, printed recto only, accompanied by an als from Rodríguez-Nieto, submitting the manuscript to the publisher of Oyez Press. Eventually published in book form in 1990 by Third Woman Press, two of its poems are slightly different from the manuscript and the mss. also lacks the Spanish original of "Uno" and the English translation of "Twenty-one". $95.00
"This book proves that Corpi's greatest talent lies in verse. Unfiltered by the standards of a novel, Corpi's poetry is a composition of words that are arranged carefully enough to hide a ghost. At times, it seems that that is what Corpi does. Behind her poetry lies a history of passion and pain. Although it may be history, it is alive, and very much so in her writing. Corpi has the ability to project her own personal feelings as one woman onto a larger scale that encompasses her Mexican heritage." -VG: Voices from the Gaps.
Lucha, ed. Máscaras. Berkeley, Third Woman Press, 1997. 199p., wraps. With contributions by Castillo,
Juan Antonio. Albizu Campos.
Margarita. Puppet: a Chicano novella. Austin, Relámpago Press, 1985. ix, 135p., text in Spanish, first edition,
very good in wraps. A bilingual edition was published by the
Martha P., comp. Multicultural
women's sourcebook; materials guide
for use in women's studies and bilingual multicultural programs, Nella
Joyce [Joyce Maupin]. The Santana
case; tragedy of a Puerto Rican
Jaime. Narcolepsy dreams #3.
Cornelia E. Henry Castro and his
homestead. N. pl., the author,
1978. p., scattered illus., wraps.
On the colonization of southwest
Coll, Isabel. La familia de Justo
Malgenio; comedia en tres actos
(Puertorriqueños en Nueva York).
Jim. Empowering minority students.
Elizondo, Gasper. We are not the
armed branch of any particular organization. Berkeley, Tricontinental Committee,
William V. and William H. Form. Influentials
in two border cities; a study in community
264. Another copy, lacking the program. $18.00
Susanna Bryant. The lives of William
Roger and Spencer C. Olin, Jr. Racism
Alex M. The passionists of the
southwest, or the holy
Grazia, Ted. The way of the cross.
Haro, Roberto. Twist of fate; love, turbulence and the great war.
272. Delgado, Abelardo. Letters to Louise via air mail. Berkeley, Tonatiuh-Quinto Sol International, 1982. 134p., nicely inscribed and signed by the Chicano militant, first edition, very good in wraps. $125.00
Abelardo. Under the skirt of lady
justice; 43 skirts of
of Ethnic Studies. Chicano Studies Program.
Fall quarter 1973.
275. Deuel, Pauline B. Mexican serenade; the story of the Mexican Players and the Padua Hills Theatre. Photographs by Irene Welch Garner. Claremont, CA, Padua Institute, 1961. xiii, 80p. incl. numerous photos and drawings, 4p. playbill for "El Milagro" laid in, very good in wraps. $25.00
Jim, et al.]. Southwest economy
and society vol. 6 no. 1 -
Valcárcel, Emilio. Figuraciones en
el mes de Marzo.
Sergio and Sidney Weintraub, eds. Determinants
of emigration from
Richard H., adapted by Jane Nudelman. Builders
Theodore. The heroic Serbs of
Dimitrijevich is described in a cover blurb as
"Contributor to the
Richard, plotter, Michael Moore, writer, Efren Molina, artist. El gato negro: legacy, special 32-page
'sneak preview' Ashcan.
Ariel. Heading south, looking north;
a bilingual journey.
Narciso. Diary of Fray Narciso
Duran; expedition on the
Garibay, Sara Rebecca. Machetes y
mariposas; poems to my Chicano
Malcolm. The Tierra Amarilla grant:
a history of chicanery.
Martha J. Relicarios; devotional miniatures from the
Elisabeth L., assembled by. Fabricas:
collection of pictures and
statements on the mineral materials used in building in
Adobe missions and presidios.
Sergio D. Muerte en una estrella.
Stephen, ed., with Regina Kelly, writer.
Looking into the westside; untold stories of the people, 1900-1997.
Arturo E. Chicano counselor.
294. Espada, Martin. City of coughing and dead radiators; poems. New York, W. W. Norton & Company, 1993. 89p.,first printing, very good in a like dj. $12.00
Martin, ed. El Coro; a chorus of Latino and Latino poetry. Amherst,
296. Another copy, wraps. $12.00
297. Espinosa, Gilberto. Heroes, hexes and haunted halls. Albuquerque, Calivin Horn Publisher, 1972. vi, 41p., first edition, very good in an unpriceclipped dj that has a small spot rubbed on the rear fold and minor edgewear. $35.00
"...Espinosa has dipped into
Maria. Incognito; journey of a secret Jew, a novel.
Rod. For eternity; #s 1-4.
Greg. A day with Walt; volume one, number one.
301. Estevez, Emilio. Bobby; screenplay. N. pl., the author, 2001. 161 sheets, hole-punched and attached with brads. Draft for the screenplay on Bobby Kennedy's assassination, issued in 2006. $30.00
302. Farrell, James. Give us your poor (the immigration bomb). San Francisco, Fulton-Hall Publishing Co., 1975. xii, 134p., first edition, previous owner's stamp on front paste down. Opposition to 'illegal' immigration, primarily Mexican. A revised edition was issued in 1976. $35.00
303. Another copy. xi,, 147p., 1976 issue, revised edition. $30.00
Leslie. Your help is needed to free
the Cuban 5.
Luis A. Cultural reaffirmation in the
new life; a speech delivered on
Heritage Day, October 12, 1969, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Rosario. Sweet diamond dust; translated from the Spanish by the
Pipín, with Linda Robertson. The
dive; a story of love and
309. Fierro Blanco, Antonio de. The journey of the flame; being an account of one year in the life of Señor Don Juan Obrigón known during past years in the three Californias as Juan Colorado and to the indiada of the same as the flame. Englished by Walter de Seiguer with illustrations by Alfredo Ramos Martinez. Boston, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1933. xviii, 295p., previous owner's signature crossed out, illus. Historical novel. $15.00
Juan. La venganza de Cortijo y otros ensayos.
Durán, Daniel. Latino communication
Karen. Las yerbas de la gente: a study of Hispano-American medicinal
James C., ed. American labor in the
Southwest; the first one hundred
315. Fox, Geoffrey. Hispanic nation; culture, politics, and the constructing of identity. Secaucus, Carol Publishing Group, 1996. viii, 264p., previous owner's gift inscription, first printing, dj. $12.00
Richard and David Narrett, eds. Essays
on the changing images of the southwest.
Mario de la, with Boye De Mente. I
like you gringo -- but!
The author's family fled from Villa, settling in the
318. Furino, Antonio, ed. Health policy and the Hispanic. Boulder, Westview Press, 1992. viii, 240p., first printing, dj. $25.00
319. Gaarder, A. Bruce. Bilingual schooling and the survival of Spanish in the United States. Rowley,MA, Newbery House Publishers, 1977. vii, 238p., first printing. $25.00
320. Gagala, Kenneth L. The economics of minorities; a guide top information sources. Detroit, Gale Research Company, 1976. x, 212p., ex library. Focuses primarily on urban blacks, with chapters on Native Americans and Hispanics. (Economics information guide 2) $12.00
321. Galarza, Ernesto. Barrio boy. New York, Ballantine Books, 1972. ix, 272p., wraps . $12.00
Ernesto]. The life and legacy of
Ernesto Galarza: 1905-1984; April
9, 1987, presented by Occidental College and the California Museum of Latino
History, during the centennial recognition of the founding of Occidental
College 1887-1987. [
323. Galindo, Mary Sue, María Limón and Jesse Johnson. Merienda Tejana. Austin, Relampago Books Press, 1985. 30p. chapbook by the three Tejano/as, mostly poetry, very good in wraps. $30.00
Katherine Powers, ed.
The book resulted from the participation of the
325. Another copy, f.e.p. wrinkled. $30.00
Roberto A. and Richard V. Teschner, comps.
Irma. Laura's secret.
Juan R., ed. Mexican American women,
changing images in Perspectives in
Mexican American Studies, vol. 5, 1995.
329. Garcia, Luis. A message from Garcismo. N. pl., Tangram, 2008. Unpaginated 6.5x10.25 inch fine press chapbook, one of 150 copies, wraps. $45.00
330. García, Richard. My Aunt Otilia's spirits/los espíritus de mi tía Otilia; illustrade by Robin Cherin & Roger I. Reyes, translated into Spanish by Jesús Guerrero Rea. San Francsico, Children's Book Press/Imprenta de Libros Infantiles, 1978. 24p., illus., slightly worn wraps. Children's book. (Fifth world tales) $18.00
331. Garcia, Rudy. Julia Cruz, evolution cop #0. N. pl., Atomic Icon, 2003. p. black/.white comic written and drawn by Garcia, very good in wraps. $15.00
Rupert]. The art of Rupert Garcia; a survey exhibition, August 20-
Catalog of "... the first comprehensive survey exhibition of the art of Rupert Garcia ..." - p. 5.
y Griego, Manuel and Gustavo Vega, comps.
México-Estados Unidos, 1984.
Cecilio, et. al., eds. Cantos al
sexto sol; an anthology of
Cecilio, Joy Harjo, E. A. Mares and Jim Sagel.
And the ground spoke...; poems and stories.
Maria R. Lo que debes saber sobre tu
338. Another copy, one of 500 copies of the second printing, numbered, signed and dated by the poet, very good in wraps. $35.00
Bess Adams. Windows in an old adobe;
foreword by J. Gregg Layne,
foreword to the second edition by Donald Pfleuger.
Bess Adams and Miriam Colcord Post. The
story of the Adobe de Palomares in
Frank X. Leaving Pico; a novel.
Paul W. editor and introduction, John Quincy Adams
Eva Martinez, William Gallegos. Education
is our right, for our future we will fight! An analysis of the crisis in
On problems facing black, Latino and Asian students from poorer backgorunds. Gallegos' piece discusses budget cuts as East LA College.
Alma, Cherríe Moraga and Mariana Romo-Carmona, eds. Cuentos: stories by Latinas.
Vicente]. The Mills guitar album of
Vicente Gomez, vol. 1.
Arnau, Remedios. México y la
protección de sus nacionales en Estados Unidos.
Juan . Development of the Mexican
working class north of the Rio Bravo; work and culture among laborers and artisans,
Juan. The first steps: Chicano labor
conflict and organizing 1900-1920.
Juan and Luis Leobardo Arroyo. Las
ideas políticas de Ricardo Flores Magón.
Nancie L. The Spanish-Americans of
Ralfka and Ana Ruiz. My first book
of proverbs/Mi primer libro de dichos; introduction by Sandra Cisneros.
Dudley. Junipero Serra:
Michael Robert. The empress is a
man; stories from the life of José
Robert C. The San Xavier altarpiece; photographs by Helga Teiwes-French.
Mary Lee, Daniel Zev Levinson, Johnnierenee Nelson, Chris Olander., Emmanuel
Williams, editors. My song is the
Leo. Mexican immigration to the
Leo, Joan W. Moore and Ralph C. Guzman.
The Mexican-American people; the nation's second largest minority, with
Jeffrey L. Berlant, Thomas P. Carter, Walter Fogel, C. Wayne Gordon, Patrick H.
McNamara, Frank G. Mittelbach and Samuel J. Surace.
Maria. music. What a diff'rence a
day made; fox trot, lyric by
Stanley Adams. New York, Edward B. Marks
Music Corporation, 1934. 4p. sheet
music, 9x12 inches, slightly worn wraps. The Mexican American composer had a
number of hits from the 1920s until her return to
Maria. music and Spanish lyric. Ti-pi-tin;
the sensational Mexican waltz song,
English lyric by Raymond Leveen, successfully introduced in America by Horace
James S. Beliefs and holy places; a spiritual geography of the Pimería
Evelio. Black Cuban, black American;
a memoir, introduction by Kenya
Dworkin y Méndez. Houston, Arte Público
Press, 2000. xvi, 134p., signed and
dated by Grillo, first printing, very good in wraps. On growing up in the
cigar town of
Raul J., Jr., ed. Genealogical
journal; volumes I and II.
364. Guerrero, Angelita, special consultant. Favorite Mexican cookin'; illustrated by Pat McCarthy. Amarillo, TX, Baxter Lane Company, 1972. 64p., wraps. $12.00
J. M. A history of
366. Gutierrez, David and Roberto G. Trujillo, comps. The Chicano public catalog; a collection guide for public libraries. Berkeley, Floricanto Press, 1987. ii, 188p., wraps. Well-annotated bibliography. $25.00
Daniel. Adios a la paz, la verdad que
Fictional history, doomsday for the
Marcet. The Haldeman-Julius
Monthly, vol. VI, no. 5, October 1927.
Articles include Louis Adamic on "Cecil B. DeMille - Movie evangelist," Edward Allen Cleaton mocking southern police chiefs, Arch Jarrell's "Only a Spick" about the case of a Mexican man, Fred Delgado, tortured into a confession of sexual crimes in Kansas but the case exposed by an anti-Klan newspaper; Sanford Jarrell on "Selling cars to southern Negroes," and many more.
Pamela. Dos cientos años en
Fred. La huelga de los obreros de la
carne contra la Hormel en Austin, Minnesota, 1985-86.
Woodrow James. The search for
Albert George. Silk and the husk.
Gerald W. The horned toad vol. 1, no. 1.
Gabriel, eds. Boricuas in
Marroquín Defense Committee. Press
Marroquín Defense Committee. Why
trade unionists support political asylum for Héctor Marroquín .
David M. Immigration in
Rick. Under the fifth sun; Latino literature from
380. Heins, Marjorie. Strictly ghetto property; the story of Los Siete de la Raza. Berkeley, Ramparts Press, 1972. 324p., very good in a very good dj. $35.00
Gilbert. Birdland; number three.
Gilbert. Blood of Palomar.
Gilbert. Duck feet; a heartbreak soup graphic novel.
385. Hernandez, Gilbert and Jaime. House of raging women. Seattl8, Fantagraphics Books, 1989/2002. 128p., later edition, wraps. Love and Rockets strips. (Complete Love and Rockets, vol. 5) $12.00
Gilbert, Jamie Hernandez and Mario Hernandez.
Tears from heaven.
Gilbert, Mario Hernandez and Dean Motter.
The return of Mr. X; illustrated by Jaime Hernandez.
Jaime. The death of Speedy.
Jaime and Gilberto Hernandez . Love
and Rockets X.
390. Hernandez, Luis F. Aztlan; the southwest and its peoples. Rochelle Park, NJ, Hayden Book Company, 1975. 180p., first printing, slightly edgeworn dj. $25.00
Cruz, Victor. Snaps; poems.
Juan Felipe. Mayan drifter; Chicano poet in the lowlands of
Mauricio. Simply running; an inspirational and common sense guide to
running, with tips and information for runners in
394. An uninscribed copy, previous owner's gift inscription, wraps. $12.00
Josiah McC. Life and labor on the
border; working people of
Maria. Raising Raul; adventures raising myself and my son.
397. Hinojosa, Rolando. Becky and her friends. Houston, Arte Público Press, 1985. 160p., wraps. $15.00
Rolando. Klail city; a novel.
Houston, Arte Público Press, 1985.
143p., signed by Hinojosa on the title page, wraps. (
399. Another copy, 1987 printing, not signed. $12.00
401. Another copy, wraps slightly soiled and worn. $10.00
Rolando. Mi querido Rafa. Houston, Arte Público Press, 1981. 112p., signed by Hinojosa on the title
page, first edition, wraps slightly worn. Part of the
Rolando. Partners in crime; a Rafe Buenrostro mystery. Houston, Arte Público Press, 1985. 248p., signed and briefly inscribed by
Hinojosa, first edition, wraps. A
404. Hinojosa, Rolando. Rites and witnesses; a comedy. Houston, Arte Público Press, 1985. 112p., signed and briefly inscribed by Hinojosa on the title page, wraps. $50.00
405. Another copy, signed but not inscribed by Hinojosa, wraps. $45.00
Forum. Action 80's; "interim report".
Lorayne Ann. Los hermanos
penitentes; a vestige of
medievalism in southwestern
David. Cultural landscapes of the
Bill, with an introduction by Edward Abbey.
Spanish terms of the
Angela de. Arise, Chicano! and other poems, bilingual edition. Spanish
translation by Mireya Robles.
Angela de. Chicano poems: for the barrio.
Dibujos par Cecilio Garcia-Camarillo.
412. Huerta, Javier O. Some clarifications y otros poemas. Houston, Arté Publico Press, 2007. ix, 53p., first printing, very good in wraps. First book by the Bay Area Chicano poet. $12.00
James W. The Villista prisoners of
Socialist. A Farm Workers union fights for its life; in Workers' Power, June 1973.
Robert H., ed. New views of
borderlands history. Albuquerque,
417. Another copy, first wraps edition, very good. $12.00
Michael. Every night is ladies
Milton H. The United States-Mexico
border: a guide to institutitons,
organizations and scholars.
Michael. Look back and laugh.
Roberto. They entered the road/Ellos
entraron el camino.
Raymond C. Old mission
Nicolás. A history of Hispanic
theatre in the
Nicolás, ed. Hispanic theatre in the
425. Another copy, wraps slightly warped. $25.00
426. Kar, Snehendu B., ed. Substance abuse prevention: a multicultural perspective. Amityville, NY, Baywood Publishing Company, 1999. xi, 319p. $25.00
Tim. Golden boy; the fame, money, and mystery of Oscar de la
Gary D. Tales of el huitlacoche.
Helen B., illustrations by Albert Garvey, calligraphy by Georgianna
Irving I. and Morton L. Levin, editors.
The community as an epidemiologic laboratory, a casebook of community studies. Baltimore, The Johns
Includes a 25p. survey, "The Alameda County, California, population laboratory." Sanitized treatment, expect no mention of serratia, the non-local germ the US Army sprayed over the San Francisco Bay Area to see what would happen (it found a home and the Bay Area is now one of its epicenters).
Bridget and Juanita Heredia, eds.
Pauline R. Latin Americans in
Pauline R. Latin Americans in
John and Ana M. Lopez and Manuel Alvarado, eds.
Mediating two worlds; cinematic encounters in the
William E., ed. Mission San Gabriel,
two hundred years.
George C. and Martha Woody Kiser, eds. Mexican
workers in the
Carol A. and Luis A. Ramos-García, eds. Sociolinguistics
of the Spanish-speaking world;
Clark S., ed. International water law
along the Mexican-American border; a symposium held during the forty-fourthh
annual meeting of the Southwestern and rocky Mountain Division of the American
Association for the Advancement of Science,
Paul H. Alabado; a story of Old California. Chicago, Franciscan Herald Press, 1978. 243p., illustrations, very good first edition
in dj. Historical novel set in the early
Robert E., et. al. Final report of
John A. Race and ethnic relations
George and Barbara Linse, Mary L. Prosser Flaim. Live again; our
Paul, ed. The survival of Spanish
Carmela G., ed. A Research,
bibliographic and resource guide on the Hispanic elderly.
Eduardo. Los pies de
Elizabeth. Worlds collide on
Vieques; an intimate portrait from
the time of
Edward O., et. al., eds. The sexual
organization of the city. Chicago,
Agnes C. Pilgrims of the
Ernesto, music and Spanish lyric. Say
"si si" (para
Michelle Kydd and Lawrence Rubin, editors.
Grateful; voices from the
Katrina Kids. CAA Foundation, 2006. unpaginated, 7.25x7.25 inches, multi-color paper
text-block, illustrated with b&w photos of the children, very good in
cloth-tape backed boards. Photos and words of the children of
Lizzetta, curator. Dispersed:
African legacy, new world reality.
Felicia Luna. Trace elements of random tea parties.
[Letelier-Moffitt]. A call for justice; folded handbill for Letellier-Moffitt
Memorial Fund Lecture series.
Elaine, ed. Inserción laboral de
migrantes Mexicanos y Latinos en Estados Unidos.
Robert. The olde ground; drawings by Deirdre McCullough Grunwald.
Marty. Candy canes; a holiday treat.
458. Another copy, lacking dj. $12.00
Joan & Miriam Sagan, eds. Another
desert; Jewish poetry of
Garza, Carmen. Family pictures; cuadros de familia, as told to/escritos por:
Harriet Rohmer, version in Spanish/versión en español: Rosalma
Garza, Carmen. In my family/en mi
familia, as told to/escritos por: Harriet Rohmer, ... Spanish translation
by/traducidos al español por Francisco X. Alarcón.
Garza, Carmen. Lo real maravilloso/
The marvelous, the real;
Haniel. The power within us; Cabeza de Vaca's relation of his journey from
Erika. They call me mad dog! A story for bitter, lonely people.
Tres del Barrio]. The case of Los
Tres & the
Los Tres del Barrio - Rodolfo Sanchez, Juan Fernandez and
Alberto Ortiz - were three
Phil. Las acequias
Abraham F. and Katrina Burgess, eds. The
California-Mexico connection. Stanford,
Isidro. The browning of
Allena, arranger. Canciones
This collection of musical arrangements focuses primarily on
Edward. Race, sex, and gender in contemporary art.
Reynaldo, et. al. A study of
David R., comp. México; a selected bibliography of sources for
Angus. Cuentos; based on the folk tales of the Spanish
Californians, illustrations by Ione MacLean Bowman.
477. Manguel, Alberto. Stevenson under the palm trees. Edinburgh, Canongate, 2002. 105p., advance reading copy, slightly soiled wraps with a yellow marker line. Novella by the Argentine Canadian author. $12.00
de Luna, Blas. Bent to the earth.
Vito. Brief filed for freedom of
Fisher and Loury.
Rivera Defense Committee. Alto a
falsas acusaciones/stl; the frameup [of] Maria Rivera; manifestacion 18 de Mayo/demonstrate May 18
481. Marrill, Alvin H. The films of Anthony Quinn. Secaucus, The Citadel Press, 1975. 256p., illus. with photos, 8.5x11 inches, slightly edgeworn dj. $15.00
Héctor]. Appeal for political
asylum; partial list of those
endorsing the appeal for political asylum of Héctor Marroquín.
Amaury . Les Pyrénées et la
Jose. Versos libres.
Pablo L. Efemérides Californianas (trecientas fechas históricas).
Pablo L. A history of
Victor. Parrot in the oven; a novel.
Caraza, Leopoldo. El norte bárbaro
Enrique. Pa'ver si salía de pobre; la cara oculta de la migración.
Emily Gantz. Hispanic business
ownership: a profile. Washington,
National Council of La Raza.
Teresa and Flora Ida Ortiz, eds. The
broken web; the educational
experience of Hispanic American women.
Carey. Brothers under the skin.
Ramón. The future of
Margarita B., ed. Twice a minority; Mexican American women, with 29
498. [Mena, María Cristina]. The collected stories of María Cristina Mena; edited, with an introduction, by Amy Doherty. Houston, Arté Publico Press, 1997. l, 157p., wraps. (Recovering the U. S. Hispanic literary heritage) $12.00
Rafael. Rafael Mendez; world's greatest trumpet virtuoso LP.
Mendez was a Mexico-born musician who immigrated to
500. Méndez M., Miguel. Cuentos y ensayos para reir y aprender. N. pl., the author, 1988. 96p., first edition, wraps with subtitle 'Lecturas par estudiantes'. $30.00
M., Miguel. The Dream of Santa María
de las Piedras.
M., Miguel. Peregrinos de Aztlán; literatura Chicana (novela).
M., Miguel. Pilgrims in Aztlán; translated from the Spanish by David William
M., Miguel. El sueño de Santa María
de las Piedras.
Beverly. Ritchie Valens; the first Latino rocker.
Berrueto, Elisio, coordinator, with Alfonso Corona Rentería and Lay James
Gibson, comps. The Impactos
regionales de las relaciones económicas México-Estados Unidos/Regional impacts
of United States-Mexico economic relations.
James A. The eagle and the raven; drawings by Charles Shaw. Austin, State House Press, 1990. 214p., first edition, dj.
Pacheco, Mario and James W. Wilkie, eds.
Reglas del juego y juego sin reglas en la vida fronteriza/rules of
the game and games without rules in border life; III Reunión de Universidades Mexicanas y de
Estados Unidos/III Symposium of Mexican and United States Universities, 23-25
de Octubre de 1983, Tijuana, Baja California.
Vladimir. Osvoboditelnye dvizheniia
v amerikanskikh koloniiakh Ispanii, 1492-1810.
Martí, Julio César. Juan Bautista de
Carmen de. Cantando bajito; singing softly, a novel.
Mayra. The In the palm of darkness; a novel, translated from the Spanish by Edith
Malaquias]. Malaquias Montoya; June 5 -
Yolanda Elisia, et. al. A profile of
Chicana graduate students at the
Jo. Budgee budgee cottontail.
519. Mora, Pat. Agua agua agua; an Aesop's fable retold by Pat Mora, illustrated by José Ortega. Glenview, IL, Scott, Foresman and Company, 1993. 16p. bilingual illus. children's story, color illus. School text for bilingual education. $20.00
"A quien interese el proceso evolutivo de las colonias de hapla hispana en California, tendrá que leer este libro, en cual se expone ... la transmutación del conglomerado hispanoamericano, desde los días del "gigante dormido", pasando por la llegada de inmigrates de Centro-américa ... etc., hasta el presente militante "chicano>" ... No siendo una historia, sí es un pedazo, quizá el más importante, del sentir, vivir y luchar de las colonias de habla hispana en California." - dj.
523. Another copy, trade edition, signed, inscribed and dated by the author, edgeworn dj. $65.00
Julio and Marcia Bok. Multicultural
human services for AIDS treatment and prevention; policy, perspectives and planning.
Tengo Fe en Ti , distributed by RKO, was aimed at both US and Latin American Hispanic audiences. Rosita Moreno played in numerous films in the 1930s and 1940s.
527. Moyer, Cecil C. Historic ranchos of San Diego, edited by Richard F. Pourade. San Diego, Union-Tribune Publishing Co., 1969. viii, 115p., illus. in text, 8.5x11 inches. $18.00
Alejandro. Farewell to the coast.
Sharon. Other voices: black, Chicano, and American Indian press.
Ruben, Jr. A darker shade of crimson;
odyssey of a Harvard Chicano.
Emmanuel S., ed. Critical essays: gay
and lesbian writers of color.
& Letters Committees. Black,
brown and red; the movement for
freedom among black, chicano and indian.
Josephina. Mexican village; designs by Marion Fitz-Simons.
534. Niggli, Josephina. Step down, elder brother; a novel. New York, Rinehart and Company, 1947. viii, 374p., first edition in a second edition dj taped along the base. The Mexican American author/playwright's first novel. $30.00
W. How we are smart; illustrated by Sean Qualls.
Don. Chavez Ravine, 1949; a
537. [Novarro, Ramon]. When I grow too old to dream; Ramon Novarro [and] Evelyn Laye in The Night is Young, lyric by Oscar Hammerstein, II, Music by Sigmund Romberg. New York, Robbins Music Corporation/Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1935. 6p., 9x12 inches, lightly worn wraps. Sheet music with a photo of the Mexican American film star bussing his costar. $18.00
Sigrid. Naked sleeper.
539. O'Donnell, James. Tres pueblos; the story of Monterey, San José, and Los Angeles. Chicago, Clarion Hosue/Follett Educational Corporation, 1969. 32p., illus. with photos and drawings by George Stewart, et. al.,, 10.75x9 inches. On the Spanish/Mexican poriod, for grammar school use. $22.00
540. Ogawa, Brian. Color of justice; culturally sensitive treatment of minority crime victims. Sacramento, Office of the Governor, state of California, 1990. iv, 324p., illus., wraps. $20.00
Andrés. Cronicas de heroes y
bandidos. Mexico City, Editorial
Grijalbo, 1998. 246p., very good in
wraps. On politics throughout the
542. Oppenheimer, Andrés. Ojos vendados; Estados Unidos y el negocio de la corrupción en América Latina. Buenos Aires, Editorial Sudamericana, 2001. 318p., very good in wraps. $18.00
543. Oropeza, Anthony. Amigoman: the Latin avenger #1. [Kansas City, KS], AOArt, 2002. 12p. black/white Latino comix, very good in wraps. $15.00
544. Oropeza, Anthony. Amigoman: the Latin avenger, spring 2003. [Kansas City KS], AOArt, 2003. 16p. black/white Latino comix, half in English, half in Spanish, very good in wraps. $15.00
545. Oropeza, Anthony. Amigoman: the Latin avenger vs. Frankenstein, summer 2003. [Kansas City KS], AOArt, 2003. 24p. black/white Latino comix, half in English, half in Spanish, very good in wraps. $15.00
Joaquín. The intangible resources of
New Mexico. Las Vegas, NM , La
Galeria de los Artesanos, 1978. 15p.,
wraps. Reprint of a paper read at a joint meeting of the Historical Society of
New Mexico and the Archaeological Society of New Mexico in
547. Ortega, Raul. Ccoa's mirror; Red Jaguar adventure. San Francisco, the author, 2008. p., profusely illus. with color drawings by the Puerto Rican children's book writer, one of 34 copies numbered and signed by Ortega, color wraps in a specially printed envelope. $35.00
The author uses precolombian mythological themes to weave an enchanting adventure story for children in picture-book format.
548. Ortiz, Roxanne Dunbar. Roots of resistance; the Indian-Mexican aspect. N. pl., the author, 1980. 278 single sheets, 8.5x11 inches, photocopied, bound dissertation-style into two folders. Clearly, a draft of Ortiz' Roots of Resistance, published in 1980. $30.00
549. Ortiz Cofer, Judith. The line of the sun; a novel. Athens, The University of Georgia Press, 1989. 291p., signed and dated with a long inscription by Ortiz Cofer to Jimmy Santiago Baca, first wraps printing. $35.00
550. Ortiz Cofer, Judith. The meaning of Consuelo. New York, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2003. 185, first printing, dj. $12.00
551. [Otero, Miguel A.]. Colonel Jose Francisco Chaves, 1833-1924; by Paul A. F. Walter, Frank W. Clancy, M. A. Otero. N. pl., Historical Society of New Mexico, 1926. 16p., front. photo of Chaves, very good in wraps. (Historical Society of New Mexico 31) $45.00
552. Otero, Miguel A. My life on the frontier 1882-1897; death knell of a territory and birth of a state, volume II, foreword by George P. Hammond. Albuquerque, The University of New Mexico Press, 1939. xi, 306p. + 8p. illus., a very good copy in a very good dj. The second volume of Otero's memoirs. $95.00
553. Pain, Alfonso C. and Joe F. Carithers. Western Mexican cook book; a compilation of recipes for the preparation of Mexican style dishes. Tucson, the authors, 1959. 66p., very good in wraps. 85 recipes from "the best Mexican restaurants in the southwest". $18.00
554. Palóu, Francisco. La vida de Junípero Serra. N. pl., Readex Microprint Corporation, 1966. 344p. Facsimile reprint, very good in boards. $25.00
555. Pan American Day Joint Committee. Dinner in observance of Pan American Day and in honor of the Latin American Republics and their consular representatives in San Francisco and Latin American Students at the Gold Room, Fairmont Hotel, April 14, 1948 (program). San Francisco, Pan American Day Joint Committee, 1948. [8p.] 8.75x11 inches, attractive color-illustrated pictorial wraps (gaucho sipping yerba mate) with decorative tasseled cord attached. Small stain and a tiny ownership stamp in upper corner of image on front cover. $30.00
556. Partch, Elizabeth, ed. Body/culture: Chicano figuration; curated by Richard J. Kubiak and Elizabeth Partch, with essays by Amalia Mesa-Bains and Victor Alejandro Sorell. Rohnert Park, CA, University Art Gallery, Sonoma State University, 1990. 38p., profusely illus. with the work of a number of Chicano artists, including Rupert Garcia, Jose Montoya and Carmen Lomas Garza, 8.5x11inches, wraps. Laid in is an 8p., illus., 8x9 inch program for the exhibition, signed with a brief personal inscription by artist Juana Alicia. $65.00
557. Paz, Juana Maria. The La Luz journal. Fayetteville, AR, Paz Press, no date, probably 1981. 109p., reproduced from typescript, fastened with exposed staples and textblock. "Revised printing", wraps. Publisher's address corrected by hand. Puerto Rican lesbian. $30.00
Copyright page states, "first published in December 1980 and was distributed by mail order from Fayetteville; several reprints have followed".
558. Peace and Freedom Party. Peace and Freedom Party short platform (August 2006) [Spanish and English]. Oakland, CA, Peace & Freedom Party, 2006. Single 8.5x11 inch sheet, in Spanish on one side with original English text on the other. $9.00
Basic platform of this California-only socialist/environmental/feminist party, with Spanish translation, for distribution at events with high proportion of Spanish-literate attendees.
559. [Peña, Amado Maurilio, Jr.]. Amado Maurilio Peña, Jr.; Robert S. Young, producer, Howard L. Anderson, author, Andrew Kilgore, photographer. Albuquerque, Robert Stephan Young Publishing Company, 1981. ix, 215p., profusely illus. with the artist's works and signed by Peña on the half-title page, 11.5x11.5 inches, first edition, slightly worn dj. $50.00
560. Perera, Victor. Rites; a Guatemalan boyhood. San Diego, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1986. viii, 194p., first edition, dj. Perera's autobiography. $15.00
Victor, ed. About time II; a second anthology of
562. Pérez, Amana Irma. My very own room mi propio cuartito, illustrations by/ilustrado por Maya Christina Gonzalez. San Francisco, Children's Book Press, 2000. 32p., profusely illus. by Gonzalez, bilingual text, 8.5x11 inches, second printing, dj. Children's book . $12.00
563. Pérez, Louis A. Jr. Intervention, revolution, and politics in Cuba. 1913-1921. Pittsburgh, University of Pittsburgh Press, 1978. xv. 198p., review slip laid in, very good. Cuban American author. (Pitt Latin American series) $22.00
564. Perez, Luis. El coyote the rebel; illustrations by Leo Politi. New York, Henry Holt and Company, 1947. 233p., first edition, somewhat worn dj with chip at top right corner, not affecting the Politi graphic. The author's autobiography of his wild childhood adventures in Mexico and his emigration to the US. $95.00
565. [Perez, Raymundo]. Phases by Tigre. N. pl., the author, 1971. ii, 30p., wraps browned and slightly mottled. Revolutionary Tejano poet, with an introduction by Magadaleno Avila ("Tigre y mas") and cover art by L. R. Teran. $45.00
566. Perez , Rolando . The electric comedy. Brooklyn, Cool Grove Press, 2000. xiii, 148p., advance uncorrected proofs, wraps. Cuban American poet. $12.00
567. Pérez Firmat, Gustavo. Next year in Cuba; a Cuban emigre's coming of age in America. New York, Anchor Books/Doubleday, 1995. viii, 274p., advance reading copy, wraps. $15.00
568. Pinchot, Jane. The Mexicans in America. Minneapolis, Lerner Publications Company, 1989. 94p., illus., later printing, wraps. (In America) $12.00
569. Pineda, Cecile. Bardo99; a mononovel. San Antonio, Wings Press, 2002. 76p., one of 1,500 copies, first printing, very good in wraps. $18.00
570. Pineda, Cecile. Love queen of the Amazon; revised edition. San Antonio, Wings Press, 2001. vii, 283p., first printing of the revised edition, very good in wraps. $18.00
571. Piñeiro, José Ramón. Cuentos Puertorriqueños del mar y la montaña. Madrid, Rubiños-1860, 1996. 215p., thrid edition, very good in wraps. $22.00
572. Pitrone, Jean Maddern. Chavez; man of the migrants. New York, Pyramid Books, 1972. 169p., first Pyramid printing, wraps. This "plea for social justice" (cover) indicates Chavez' appeal to the religious community. $20.00
Leo. Pedro; the angel of
575. Polzer, Charles. A Kino guide; a life of Eusebio Francisco Kino, Arizona's first pioneer, and a guide to his missions and monuments, cartography by Donald Bufkin. Tucson, Southwestern Mission Research Center, 1976. 50p., illus., 8.5x11 inches, later printing, wraps. $17.00
576. Potvin, Ernie. La Chancletera and other Latin faerie tales. N. pl., the author, [199-?]. 24p., wraps faded. Stories based on Potvin's experiences in Puerto Rico's gay community. OCLC lists one copy. $30.00
577. Pourade, Richard. Anza conquers the desert; the Anza expeditions from Mexico to California and the founding of San Francisco, 1774 to 1776, commissioned by James S. Copley. San Diego, Union-Tribune Publishing Company, 1971. viii, 216p., profusely illus. with drawings and maps, 8.5x11 inches, dj. $22.00
578. Pourade, Richard. The call to California; commissioned by James S. Copley, photography by Harry Crosby, paintings by Lloyd Harting. San Diego, Union-Tribune Publishing Company, 1968. xiv, 194p., profusely illus., 8.5x11 inches, slightly worn dj. On Spanish California. $15.00
579. Pourade, Richard F., commissioned by James S. Copley. The silver dons; the history of San Diego. San Diego, The Union-Tribune Publishing Company, 1965. xii, 286p., 8.5 x 11 inch cloth boards, second printing; illustrations from old photographs and maps, some full page, some color, one tipped-in folding plate. (Historic birthplace of California, volume three) $15.00
580. Powell, Donald M. The Peralta grant; a lost Arizona story. N. pl., The Bibliographical Society of America, 1956. 13p., signed by Powell, wraps. Offprint from the paper of The Bibliographical Society of America, vol. 50, first quarter, 1956, on the Reavis forgery of Spanish land grant papers. $25.00
581. Powell, Philip Wayne. Tree of hate; propaganda and prejudices affecting United States relations with the Hispanic world. New York, Basic Books, 1971. x, 210p., preface, introductions, notes, bibliography, index, illustrations, a very good first edition in a like dj. $35.00
582. Quintero, Mario Angel. Muestra. Medellín, Editorial Párpado, 1998. unpaginated, 8.5x5.5 inches oblong, poetry in an edition limited to 1000 copies, text in Spanish, very good in original (and very "original") staggered wraps. The text block is trimmed in a staggered manner with the letters of the title printed on the right-side of each in various colors. San Francisco-born poet. The title page states UESTRA and the poet has initialed MQ with the Q encompassing the M before the UESTRA. Cleverness. $35.00
583. Rabinovitz , Francine F., with William J. Siembieda. Minorities in suburbs; the Los Angeles experience. Lexington, MA, Lexington Books, 1977. xiii, 100p. Primary focus on African Americans, with some discussion fo the Mexican American population. $45.00
584. Rambo, Ralph. Tiburcio Vasquez; trailing the California bandit, 1835-1875. Illustrations and hand-lettered text by the author. San Jose, the author, 1968. 40p., signed by author, wraps. $35.00
585. Ramirez, Ivonne Mijares and Hortensia Moreno. Ricardo Flores Magon. Mexico City, Instituto Nacional de Estudios Históricos de la Revolución Mexicana, 1986. 30p., color illus. by Felipe Ramos Dominguez, wraps. Children's biography. (Biografias para niños) $18.00
586. Ramirez Bitschkus, Immo. Prisoneros del amor; prólogo de Daniel Saldana. Redwood City, CA, Publicaciones Vicuña, [1980?]. xviii, 269p., signed and inscribed by the Chilean American author, one of 2,000 copies, wraps. Novel set in the immediate pre-Allende period, not listed in OCLC. $50.00
587. Ramos, Juanita. Compañeras: Latina lesbians (an anthology). New York, Latina Lesbian History Project, 1987. xxix, 265p., interesting gift inscription by a previous owner, first printing, wraps. $12.00
588. Randall, Margaret. Women brave in the face of danger; photographs of and writings by Latin and North American women. Trumansburg, Crossing Press, 1985. unpaginated, perfectbound in illustrated wraps, first paper edition, photographs, writings by Indania Fernandez, Diane di Prima, Joy Harjo and others. $12.00
589. raúlrsalinas. East of the freeway; reflections de mi pueblo. Austin, Red Salmon Press, 1995. 109p., one of 2,000 copies, signed and inscribed by the author to actor Peter Coyote, first edition, wraps. $45.00
590. [Raya, Andres]. For Andres Raya ... and for all of us/ Para Andres Raya ... y por todos nosotros. Ceres, CA, socialwar.net, . 11x17 inch wallposter, printed two sides, one in English, one in Spanish. Raya, a Chicano vet of the Iraq invasion, killed one cop and wounded another in an ambush, before being killed himself. $35.00
591. Reid, J. T. It happened in Taos. Albuquerque, The University of New Mexico Press, 1946. 118p. + 53 black/white plates, first edition. On Taos' Hispanic heritage. $12.00
592. Reimers, David M. Still the golden door; the third world comes to America. New York, Columbia University Press, 1985. xviii, 319p., second printing. Deals primarily with Asian and Hispanic immigrants, legal and illegal, and to some extent with Haitians. $12.00
593. Rendon, Armando B. Chicano manifesto. Berkeley, Ollin and Associates, 1971. [iii], 339p., wraps. $12.00
594. Research Organizing Cooperative of San Francisco. Basta ya! La historia de Los Siete de la Raza. San Francisco, Research Organizing Cooperative, . p., illus., 8x10.5 inches, wraps dampstained at top left corner, staples rusting. Spanish-language version. $45.00
595. [Revolutionary Communist Party]. Crear Opinion Publica... Conquistar el Poder! Chicago, RCP Publications, 1979. 44p., wraps, 4x6.25 inches. Wraps soiled and stained, back cover has a Berkeley name and address sloppily written in pen. $10.00
Translation of "Create public opinion ... seize power!" intended for Latino readers in the US.
Communist Party. Shut out and locked
up in prison,
597. Reyna, Jose R. Modismos de Tejas. San Antonio, Penca Books, 1980. vii, 57p., wraps. The Chicano linguist supplies about a thousand "modismos," definitions in English. $30.00
598. Richard, Alfred Charles, Jr. Censorship and Hollywood's Hispanic image; an interpretive filmography, 1936-1955. Westport, Greenwood Press, 1993. xlii, 588p., first printing. (Bibliographies and indexes in the performing arts 14) $75.00
599. Ríos-Bustamante, Antonio. Script treatment: Latino Hollywood: Latino participation in the film industry, 1911-1940. Tucson, the author, 1992. 42 sheets printed single side, 8.5x11 inches, stapled wraps. Narration to accompany the exhibition. $22.00
600. Rios-Bustamante, Antonio, ed. Mexicans in the United States and the national question; current polemics and organizational positions. Santa Barbara, Editorial La Causa, 1978. 23p., very good in wraps. A study of ML positions in the 1970s. $45.00
601. Rivero, Janisset, editor. Steps to freedom 2004; a comparative analysis of civil resistance in Cuba from February 2004 through January 2005. Hialeah, Cuban Democratic Directorate, Center for the Study of a National Option, 2005. 209p., 8.25x10.5 inches, photos, illustrations, very good in original pictorial wraps. $18.00
602. Roberts, Helen M. The anger of Chupu, a tale of Mission Purisima. Stanford, Stanford University Press, 1948. 31p., ex library, worn wraps. (Mission Tales #11) $12.00
603. Roberts, John Storm. The Latin tinge; the impact of Latin American music on the United States. New York, Oxford University Press, 1971. ix, 246p., dj. Covers American dance music, including Chicano music in the southwest, Latin rock in California and Puerto Rican music in Spanish Harlem. $25.00
604. Robinson, Cecil. No short journeys; the interplay of cultures in the history and literature of the borderlands, with a foreword by Robert S. Cauthorn and an introduction by Reed Way Dasenbrock. Tucson, University of Arizona Press, 1992. xxvi, 147p., first printing, very good in a like dj. On the cultural interplay that underlay the rise of a Chicano literature. $18.00
605. Robinson, W. W. Long Beach: a calendar of events in the making of a city. Los Angeles, Title Insurance and Trust Co., 1964. 16p. 5.25x7 inches, color centerfold map, very good in original stapled wraps. $12.00
606. Robinson, W. W. Los Angeles; from the days of the Pueblo, together with a guide to the historic old plaza area, including the Pueblo de Los Angeles state historical monument. San Francisco, California Historical Society, 1959. 96p., illus., designed by Lawton Kennedy, color plates, b&w illustrations, very good first edition in cloth. Approximately half the book concerns Spanish Los Angeles, including a chapter on the revitalization of the Olvera Street area in the late 1920s. $20.00
607. Robinson, W. W. The old Spanish & Mexican ranchos of Orange County. Los Angeles, Title Insurance and Trust Company, 1964. 19p., school library stamps on front cover, wraps. $17.00
608. Robinson, W. W. Panorama; a picture history of Southern California, issued on the 60th anniversary of Title Insurance and Trust Company. Los Angeles, Title Insurance and Trust Company, 1953. p., illus., wraps a little stained or foxed. With considerable material on Hispanic California. $18.00
609. Robinson, W. W. Pasadena: a calendar of events in the making of a city. Los Angeles, Title Insurance and Trust Co., 1961. 14p., 5.25x7 inches, color centerfold map, very good in original stapled wraps. $12.00
610. [Robinson, W. W.]. Pomona: a calendar of events in the making of a city. Los Angeles, Title Insurance and Trust Co., 1936. [24p.] 5.25x7 inches, illustrations, color centerfold map, original stapled wraps somewhat dust-soiled with a conspicuous pressure-mark. $12.00
611. Robinson, W. W. San Fernando Valley: a calendar of events. Los Angeles, Title Insurance and Trust Co., 1951. 35p., 5.25x7 inches, color centerfold map, very good in original stapled wraps. $12.00
612. Robinson, W. W. The story of Tulare County and Visalia. Los Angeles, Title Insurance and Trust Co., 1964. 36p., 5.25x7 inches, color centerfold map, very good in original stapled wraps. $12.00
613. Robinson, W. W. The story of Ventura County. Los Angeles, Title Insurance and Trust Co., 1964. 48p., 5.5x8.5 inches, color centerfold map, photos, very good in original stapled wraps. $12.00
614. [Robinson, W. W.]. Whittier: a calendar of events in the making of a city. Los Angeles, Title Insurance and Trust Co., 1935. [15p.] 5.25x7 inches, centerfold map, very good in original stapled wraps. $12.00
615. Robles, Mireya. Tiempo artesano/Time the artisan; translated by Angela de Hoyos. Austin, Dissemination Center for Bilingual Bicultural Education, 1975. 135p., wraps slightly smudged, generally very good. Bilingual poetry. Cuban American poet, who emigrated in 1957. $35.00
616. Rodoreda, Mercè. The time of the doves; a novel, translated by David H. Rosenthal. New York, Taplinger Publishing Company, 1980. 201p., review slip laid in, first printing, very good in a very good dj. The Catalan exile writer's novel of a Barcelona shopgirl who becomes a tenacious survivor of the Civil War. $45.00
617. Rodríguez, Armando Rafael, comp. The gypsy wagon; un sancocho de cuentos sobre la experencia chicana. Los Angeles, Aztlán Publications, Univeristy of California, 1972. iv, 90p., wraps with cover design and title page design by Carmen Lomas Garza. Includes a number of chicas by the compiler, Mario Súarez, Antonio Salazar, and others. (Creative series #2) $25.00
618. Rodríguez, Enrique. Freedom from discrimination. London, Amnesty International, 1998. 20p., tiny comic book (4x5.5 inches) comparing the situation of Brazilian street children and a young Mexican immigrant to the US. $22.00
Rachel. Through Georgia's eyes; illustrated by Julie Paschkis. New York, Henry Holt and Company, 2006. 32p., signed and inscribed on the title
page by the
620. Romero, Fred E. Chicano workers: their utilization and development. Los Angeles, Chicano Studies Center, 1980. xii, 160p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps. (Monograph #8) $20.00
621. Rosaldo, Renato, Robert A. Calvert and Gustav L. Seligmann. Chicano: the evolution of a people. San Francisco, Rinehart Press, 1973. xi, 461p., second printing, slightly worn wraps. $15.00
622. Rosales, F. Arturo. Chicano! The history of the Mexican American civil rights movement. Houston, Arte Público Press, 1997. xxiii, 304p., illus. in text, 8.5x11 inches, second revised edition, very good in wraps. $20.00
623. Ross, Fred. Conquering Goliath; Cesar Chavez at the beginning, foreword by Senator Edward M. Kennedy. Keene, CA, United Farm Workers, 1989. 144p., first edition, very good in wraps. Ross was one of the principal UFW organizer trainers. $25.00
624. Ross, Stanley R., ed. Views across the border; the United States and Mexico. Albuquerque, University of New Mexico Press, 1979. xiv, 456p., second printing, wraps. With much on cross-border immigration. $18.00
625. Ruiz, Vicki L. and Susan Tiano, eds. Women on the U.S.-Mexico border; responses to change. Boston, Allyn & Unwin, 1987. vii, 247p., wraps. With much on labor relations and maquiladoras. $18.00
626. Another copy. Boulder, Westview Press, 1991. xi, 247p., wraps. $18.00
627. Ruiz, Vicki L., ed. Las obreras: Chicana politics of work and family. Los Angeles, UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center, 2000. ix, 318p., slightly worn wraps. (Aztlán anthology series 1) $18.00
628. Rushing, William A. Class, culture, and alienation; a study of farmers and farm workers. Lexington, MA, Lexington Books, 1972. xvii, 190p., first wraps edition. $15.00
629. Ruybalid, Mariana. Daring to write. Huntington, WV, University Editions, 1999. 89p., first printing, very good in wraps. Poetry by a Berkeley-based Latina with cerebral palsy. $18.00
630. Ruybalid, Mariana. A taste of daring. Oakland, Poetic Enterprises, 1997. 40p., first printing, rear wrap slightly faded. Poetry. $25.00
631. Ryan, Pam Muñoz. Becoming Naomi León. New York, Scholastic Press, 2004. 246p., advance reader's edition, wraps. YA novel set in a California Mexican American community. $12.00
632. Ryan, Pam Muñoz. Esperanza rising. New York, Scholastic Press, 2000. 262p., first edition, dj. YA novel set in a California fam labor camp. $12.00
634. San Francisco WritersCorps, editors, introduction by Dorothy Allison, photographs by Rick Rocamora. What it took for me to get here; young writers on the journey through life. San Francisco, WritersCorps Books, 1999. 144p., introduction, illustrated with b&w photos, very good first edition in original pictroial wraps. Collection written by Bay Area youth. $15.00
635. Sanchez, Alex. The God box. New York, Simon & Schuster, 2007. 248p., first printing, dj. YA novel by the Mexican American author. $12.00
636. Sanchez, Carol Lee. Message bringer woman. San Francisco, Taurean Horn Press, 1977. 90p., wraps. $25.00
637. Sanchez, Ricardo. Hechízospells; poetry/stories/vignettes/articles/notes on the human condition of Chicanos & pícaros, words & hopes within soulmind. Los Angeles, Chicano Studies Center-Publications University of California, 1976. xx, 321p., illus., 7,5x11.25 inches, f.e.p. removed, spine slightly worn at ends with piece of clear tape removed. One of Sanchez' works developing a revolutionary Chicano culture. (Creative Series #4) $35.00
John. The Estudillo sons-in-law; in
639. Sandoval, John. The Estudillos of San Leandro; in San Leandro "Recollections", May 1970, volume 2, number 3. San Leandro, San Leandro Historical-Centennial Committee, 1970. 16p. article in the 24p. magazine, wraps. $18.00
Esmerelda. América's dream. New York, HarperCollins, 1996. 325p., signed by
Esmerelda. A doll for Navidades; illustrated by Enrique O. Sánchez. New York, Scholastic Press, 2005. p., beautifully illus. children's book,
first printing, dj. A child's Christmas
642. Santiago, Esmerelda and Joie Davidow, eds. Las Christmas; favorite Latino authors share their holiday memories, illustrated by José Ortega. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1998. xvi, 198p., illus. in text, first printing, dj. $15.00
643. Santiago, Esmerelda and Joie Davidow, eds. Las Mamis; favorite Latino authors remember their mothers. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 2000. ix, 189p., first printing, dj. $12.00
644. Santiago Baca, Jimmy. Hard steps. Albuquerque, Black Mesa Productions, 1990. Self-produced cassette tape of Santiago Baca reading 13 of his pieces, including Here Ancestor, County Jail, Years Past, Matanza, Voz de la Gente, I am Here and Sanctuary. New. $20.00
645. Santiago Baca, Jimmy. Immigrants in our own land & selected early poems. New York, New Directions, 1990. 86p., signed by the New Mexican poet, second wraps printing. $20.00
Baca, Jimmy. Martin &
meditations on the South Valley; introduction by Denise Levertov. New York, New Directions, 1987. xviii, 104p., signed by
647. Another copy, short author's inscription and signed by him, first wraps printing. $22.00
648. Santiago Baca, Jimmy. Set this book on fire! Mena, AR, Mena Hill Publications, 1999. 83p., first edtion, very good in wraps. Poetry. $15.00
649. Another copy, second edition, very good in wraps. $12.00
650. Santiago Baca, Jimmy. Working in the dark; reflections of a poet of the barrio. Santa Fe, NM, Red Crane Books, 1992. xii, 168p., signed and dated by the poet, first edition, very good in a slightly edgeworn dj. $30.00
651. Schiff, Karenna Gore. Lighting the way; nine women who changed modern America. New York, Miramax Books, 2005. xv, 528p., illus. in text, first printing, very good in dj. Ida B. Wells-Barnett, Mother Jones, Virginia Durr, Septima Clark, Dolores Huerta, etc. $15.00
652. Schuiling, Walter C., Elizabeth Jochimsen, Baxter Williams, introduction by Gerald A. Smith. San Bernardino County: land of contrasts. Woodland Hills, Windsor, 1984. 207p., 8.5x11 inches, photos and color plates, dj. $15.00
653. Schutz, John A. Spain's colonial outpost. San Francisco, Boyd & Fraser Publishing Company, 1985. xii, 126p., wraps. California in the Spanish period. (Golden state) $22.00
John R. Within these borders; Spanish-speaking peoples in the U.S.A. New York, Friendship Press, 1953. 151p.
Covers a wide range of groups -- Mexicans in
655. Scott-Heron, Gil. The vulture. New York, The World Publishing Company, 1970. 245p., first printing, slightly shelfworn dj. Novel based on New York City's black and Puerto Rican street life. $95.00
The first novel by one of the vital figures in African American music for the past four decades.
656. Sedillo-B., Mela. Mexican and New Mexican folkdances. Albuquerque, The University of New Mexico Press, 1938. 47p., 8.5x11 inches, second edition (revised and enlarged), spiral-bound wraps. Includes sheet music. A very good copy. $50.00
657. Seregen, Devra Newberger. Ricky Martin; living the crazy life. Chicago, Kids Books, 1999. 24p., illus., 10x8 inch wraps. $12.00
658. Serra Deliz, Wenceslao. El libro de los sueño; ilustraciones: Roberto Fabelo. San Juan, Coleccion Guajana and Editorial ICP, 2001. 85p., very good in wraps. Puerto Rican poet. $25.00
659. Serritos, Ken. Saturn calling. Chicago, Movimiento Artistico Chicano, 1981. 14p., very good in wraps. Chicano poet. $30.00
660. Serros, Michele M. Chicana falsa. Valencia, CA, Lalo Press, 1993. 77p., later wraps printing. Edited by Ernesto Padilla. $12.00
661. Servín, Manuel P. The Mexican Americans; an awakening minority. Beverly Hills, Glencoes Press, 1970. viii, 235p., first printing, slightly worn wraps . $25.00
662. Another copy of the first printing, previous owner's signature, slightly worn wraps with foredge stain. $22.00
663. Sewell, Dorita. Knowing people; a Mexican-American community's concept of a person. New York, AMS press, 1989. viii, 300p., very good in boards. (Immigrant communities & ethnic minorities in the United States & Canada 43) $35.00
664. Sexton, Patricia Cayo. Spanish Harlem. New York, Harper & Row, 1965. xiii, 208p., first edition, very good in a like dj. $18.00
Harry E. The Peraltas; in
Charles Howard and John T. Doyle. Pioneer
Spanish families in California [and] The missions of
667. Siegel, Bernard J., ed., assiosted by Rose Wax. Acculturation; critical abstracts, North America. Stanford, Stanford University Press, 1955. xiv, 231p., wraps. Acculturation in 1955 become multiculturalism in 2008, with articles on Asian Americans, blacks, Latinos, Native Americans and various aspects of culture (including jazz and other forms of music). (Stanford anthropological series 2) $18.00
668. Silén, Iván. Los paraguas amarillos; los poetas latinos en New York. Hanover, NH and Binghamton, Ediciones del Norte and Bilingual Press, 1983. xx, 254p., first edition, wraps. Includes works by Raul Barrientos, Rosario Ferre, Jaime Manrique, Jorge Oliva, Ivan Silen and many others. Exile poetry, some with gay content. $30.00
669. Silva, Jose. My concept of God. Laredo, Institute of Psychorientology, 1987. 94p. +34p. appendices, wraps. The Mexican American author founded Silva mind control. $25.00
670. [Silva, Jose]. Three experiments in clairvoyant diagnosis with Silva mind control graduates, by Bob Brier, Gertrude R. Schmeidler, and Barry Savits [in The journal of the American society for psychical research]. New York, the journal, July 1975. Pp.263-271 (8p. total, out of pp.194-300), entire issue, plain printed journal wraps, spine panel is abraded with loss of some spine lettering, otherwise mild external fading and dust-soil. (vol 69 no. 3) $15.00
671. [Simmons, Elly]. Just like me, stories and self-portraits by fourteen artists. Edited by Harriet Rohmer. San Francisco, Children's Book Press, 1997. 32p., color reproductions and text throughout, each fullpage self-portrait accompanied by vignette portrait photo, bound in 11.5x9 inch laminated color boards with matching dust jacket. A fine copy inscribed across the title page by contributor Elly Simmons ("good for a drink at Specs!" Specs being a unique North Beach watering-hole) who also does a nice scribbly solar face on a blank spot near her portrait, p.23. Simmons postcard laid in. $25.00
The other thirteen are Tomie Arai, Enrique Chagoya, Carmen Lomas Garza, Maya Christina Gonzalez, Nancy Hom, George Littlechild, Stephen Von Mason, Rodolfo Morales, Mira Reisberg, JoeSam., Daryl Wells, Michele Wood, Hideo Yoshida.
672. Sinaloa Mexican Cantina and Restaurant. Menu and Drinks. San Francisco, Sinaloa, [195-?]. 8p,, 6.5x11.25 inch menu for the Powell Street restaurant, slightly creased five-color wraps with a nice graphic of arms raised, one arm in caballero garb with a Mexican sombrero, the second a red white and blue sleeve holding up an Uncle Sam stovepipe, light edgewear. $22.00
673. Siporin, Steve, color photography by Michel Monteaux. American Folk Masters; the National Heritage Fellows. New York and Santa Fe, Harry N. Abrams with The Museum of International Folk Art, 1992. 256p., 9.25x11.25 inches, preface, introduction, notes, directory, selected bibliography, index, b&w and color photos and plates, very good first edition in cloth and dj. $20.00
674. [Socialist Workers Party]. Una lucha por derechos politicos: El caso del Partido Socialista de los Trabajadores en contra del espionaje y hostigamiento bubernamental. New York, Political Rights Defense Fund, 1988. 36p., wraps. Issued after the SWP's landmark victory in a court case against the FBI. Discusses other instances of FBI, CIA and Immigration harassment, such as the Hector Marroquin case and that of Yvonne Melendez (Puerto Rican independence activist). Text in Spanish. $15.00
675. Sokol, Ronald P. Brief of amicus curiae in the Escobedo cases in the United States Court of Appeals for the fourth circuit. Charlottesville, VA, The Michie Company, 1966. 69p., spiral-bound wraps. The Escobedo case - Escobedo v. Illinois - was one of the three cases in the 1960s that established the right to counsel; the Mexican American's murder conviction was overturned on Sixth Amendment grounds. $75.00
676. Soto, Gary. Buried onions. San Diego, Harcourt Brace & Company, 1997. 148p. uncorrected proof, very good in wraps. YA novel set in Fresno, California. $15.00
Gary. The effects of Knut Hamsun on
a Fresno boy; for eleventh annual
Southwest Symposium, University of New Mexico, April 1, 2000. [
678. Soto, Gary. Father is a pillow tied to a broom. Pittsburgh, Slow Loris Press, 1980. 20p., near-fine in wraps. Soto's third poetry collection. $95.00
679. Soto, Gary. Lesser evils: ten quartets. Houston, Arte Publico, 1988. 142p., first edition, very good in wraps. Autobiographical essays. $20.00
680. Soto, Gary. Living up the street: narrative recollections. San Francisco, Strawberry Hill Press, 1985. 159p., first printing, wraps lightly creased. $15.00
681. Soto, Gary. New and selected poems. San Francisco, Chronicle Books, 1995. 177p. signed by Soto on the title page, first printing, near fine in a like dj. $75.00
682. An unsigned copy of the first printing, near fine in a like dj. $45.00
683. Soto, Gary. Novio boy; a play. San Diego, Harcourt Brace & Company, 1997. xiii,, 77p. uncorrected proof, very good in wraps. YA play. $15.00
684. Soto, Gary. Poetry lover. Albuquerque, University of New Mexico Press, 2001. 206p., signed by Soto on the title page, first edition, very good in a like dj. Sequel to Nickel and Dime. $25.00
685. Soto, Gary. Snapshots from the wedding; illustrated by Stephanie Garcia. New York, G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1997. p. illus. children's book, 8.25x10.5 inches, first printing, dj. $15.00
686. Soto, Gary. The tale of sunlight. Pittsburgh, University of Pittsburgh Press, 1978. 61p., first wraps edition. Poetry. $20.00
687. Spicer, Edward H. and Raymond H. Thompson, eds. Plural society in the southwest. New York, Interbook, 1972. viii, 367p., very good in dj. $25.00
688. Stavans, Ilan, ed. Wáchale! Poetry and prose about growing up Latino in America. Chicago, Cricket Books, 2001. xiv, 146p., first edition, very good in dj. $18.00
689. Stavans, Ilan, essay and riddles. ¡Loteria! Art by Teresa Villegas. Tucson, The University of Arizona Press, 2004. xxxii, 58p., profusely illus. with color reproductions of the loteria cards, first printing, dj. $12.00
690. Steinbacher, John. The conspirators, men against god. Illustrations by Ramon Garciaparra. Whittier, Orange Tree Press, Inc., 1972. Unpaginated preliminaries, 182p., plus index &c., states "fifth printing" but don't believe it, cloth boards in illustrated dj, mild shelfwear to boards, mild soiling and rubbing to jacket. $15.00
Four hundred fifty years of occult enslavement of the American people. A not very focused new shine on old chestnuts, by a guy who has written and written this stuff and who'd probably rather be Dostoyevsky. The comically inflated dj blurb is surely by him, about himself. Steinbacher does seem in this book to have taken up the cudgels on behalf of somebody besides white people, namely Chicanos in the US; his circle of acquaintance must have been broadening. One chapter is devoted to the defense of a Nixon appointee, female and Latino, first such, who was persecuted (by the conspirators I guess) because she hired illegal aliens. The illustrations by a twenty-year-old Mexicano ("his first major American book") are not in the least notable.
691. Steinberg, Gail and Beth Hall. Inside transracial adoption. Indianapolis, Perspectives Press, 2000. 405p. With considerable material on blacks, Latinos, Chinese Americans and Native Americans. $18.00
692. Stephenson, Terry E. Don Bernardo Yorba. Los Angeles, Glen Dawson, 1963. 115p. + 4p. illlus., one of 600 copies of the reprint of the 1941 edition, very good in boards. On the origins of the Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden. $35.00
693. Stern, Peter Alan. Social marginality and acculturation on the northern frontier of New Spain. Ann Arbor, UMI, 1988. xvi, 475p., wraps. Stern's 1984 UC Berkeley doctoral dissertation studies northern Mexico and what became the American southwest. $35.00
694. Stevens, Gregory I. Videos for understanding diversity a core selection and evaluative guide. Chicago, American Library Association, 1993. vi., 217 p., oversized wraps with a creased back cover and last few pages, otherwise in very good condition. $15.00
695. Stevenson, Philip [as Lars Lawrence]. Morning noon and night; a novel. New York, G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1954. 340p., first edition, original red cloth binding slightly edge worn, minor bumping of corners. *Rideout novel. (The Seed, a trilogy. Part 1, vol. 1) $12.00
"A story of blacklisted miners, mostly Mexican-Americans, in a mining town in the Southwest." *Seidman L129.
696. Stevenson, Philip [as Lars Lawrence]. Old father antic, . New York, International Publishers, 1961. 460p., first edition, bottom fore edge stained. *Rideout author. (The seed, a trilogy. Part 2, vol. 1) $12.00
697. Stribling, C. K. Bernalillo county. Truth or Consequences, NM, The Talking Boy, 1986. 74p., 8.5x11 inches, maps, placename definitions, very good in wraps. (New Mexico, a county guide series, vol. II) $25.00
698. Another wraps copywith a two-inch strip of masking tape removed from the front. $20.00
699. Suarez, Virgil. The Cutter. New York, Available Press/Ballantine, 1991. 212p., first printing, very good in wraps. Suarez' second book, a pbo, centers on a Cuban cane cutter who tries to join his family in the US. $15.00
700. Suarez, Virgil. Havana Thursdays; a novel. Houston, Arte Público, 1998. 250p., signed by the Cuban American author, first edition, dj. $20.00
701. An unsigned copy of the first edition, dj. $15.00
702. Sublette, Ned, comp. A discography of Hispanic music in the Fine Arts Library of the University of New Mexico; in Sources, number 1. Albuquerque, The University of New Mexico General Library, 1973. vi, 110p., wraps. $18.00
703. Summers, June Nay. Buenos días Tecate (history of a border town) [subtitle from cover]. Lakeside, CA, Sunlight Press, 1972. 62p., illustrated with period photographs and images, staplebound wraps. $30.00
Once home to a dispossessed native American tribe the Tecates, touched by the Mexican revolution, home to a local running with bulls celebration (a "Pamplonada"), and. amongst other identities, a spa anchored by an excellent hot spring, a holy mountain (Cuchuma), and the prolonged presence of yoga centenarian Indra Devi.
704. Tafolla, Carmen. Sonnets and salsa. San Antonio, Wings Press, 2001. 107p., first edition, very good in wraps. Tejana poet. $18.00
705. Tatum, Charles M., ed. New Chicana/Chicano writing 1. Tucson, The University of Arizona Press, 1992. xiv, 185p., first edition, very good. Alicia Gaspar de Alba, Luis Omar Salinas, Gary Soto, Candra Cisneros, Gloria Anzaldua, Francisco X. Alarcon, Pat Mora and many others. $50.00
706. Tatum, Charles M., ed. New Chicana/Chicano writing 2. Tucson, The University of Arizona Press, 1992. xii, 164p., first edition, very good in boards . $45.00
707. Tatum, Charles M., ed. New Chicana/Chicano writing 3. Tucson, The University of Arizona Press, 1993. xii, 164p., first printing, very good in boards. $50.00
708. Taylor, Paul S. Mexican labor in the United States; Chicago and the Calumet Region. Berkeley, University of California Press, 1932. vii, numbered 25-284p. + foldout map, lightly worn wraps, generally very good. (Publications in economics, vol. 7, #2) $150.00
709. Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages. Eighth annual convention, March 5-10, 1974, ... Denver, Colorado. N. pl., TESOL, 1974. xiv, 139p. + ads, very good in wraps. Strong emphasis on educating people whose primary language is Spanish. $22.00
710. Thomes, William Henry. Recollections of old times in California or, California life in 1843; edited with an introduction by George R. Stewart. Berkeley, The Friends of the Bancroft Library, 1974. 29p. + 8p. illustrations, color plates, clerical-edged wraps. (Keepsake 22) $12.00
711. Thurlo, Aimée. Black Mesa. Toronto, Harlequin, 1990. 253p., slightly worn wraps. New Mexico Native American romance novel by a Cuban American author. (Intrigue 131) $12.00
712. Thurlo, Aimée. Her destiny. Toronto, Harlequin, 1997. 250p., wraps worn with one-inch closed tear on front. New Mexico-based romance novel by a Cuban American author. (Intrigue 544) $12.00
713. Tierney, Tom. Carmen Miranda paper dolls in full color. Mineola, Dover Publications, Inc, 1990. 16 colorplate glazed cardstock leaves, versos blank, staplebound as a 12.25 x 9.25 inch booklet. Very faintest external signs of wear, ready to scissor. $15.00
714. Tierra, Tatiana de la . For the hard ones/Para las duras; a lesbian phenomenology/una fenomenolgía lesbiana. San Diego and Buffalo, Calaca Press and Chibcha Press, 2002. 80p. English text, 80p. Spanish text, bound dos-a-dos, first edition, very good in wraps. $15.00
715. Tierra, Tatiana de la . Pintame una mujer peligrosa. Buffalo, Chibcha Press, 2005. 42p., one of 100 copies of the second edition, very good in string-tied wraps from which beads dangle, as issued. Spanish language lesbian poetry. $15.00
716. Tierra, Tatiana de la . Porcupine love and other tales from my papaya. Buffalo, Chibcha Press, 2005. 38p., one of 125 copies of the third printing, very good in wraps fastened with strong thread (from which beads dangle, as issued). Poetry and rants. $15.00
717. Tijerina, Andrew Anthony. Tejanos and Texas: the native Mexicans of Texas, 1820-1850. Austin, the author, 1977. xiv, 348p., 8.5x11 inches, plastic cover. Tijerina's doctoral dissertation, considerably revised years later for his Tejanos & Texas Under the Mexican Flag 1821-1836. $35.00
718. Tireman, Loyd. S. . Spanish vocabulary of four native Spanish-speaking pre-first-grade children. Albuquerque, University of New Mexico Press, 1948. 64p., wraps. (University of New Mexico publications in education 2) $22.00
719. Tobar, Héctor. Translation nation; defining a new American identity in the Spanish-speaking United States. New York, Riverhead Books, 2005. 307p., first printing, dj. Lots on Los Angeles. $12.00
720. Torrez, Lorenzo. Union up front. Tucson, AZ, Salt of the Earth Labor College, [199-?]. 13p., wraps. Dedicated to Juan Chacon. $12.00
721. Trejo, Arnulfo D., ed. Quien es quien: a who's who of Spanish-heritage librarians in the United States, 1986. Tucson, Hispanic Books Distributors and Publishers, 1986. xi, 74p., revised edition, very good in boards. $22.00
722. Trejo, Ernesto. Entering a life. Houston, Arte Público Press, 1990. 78p., wraps. Poetry. $15.00
723. Trelles, Melissa. El vientre la luna y la memoria. San Juan, Isls Negra Editores, 2001. 98p., very good in wraps. Novella of a Puerto Rican family's encounters with the supernatural. $22.00
724. Treviño, Frances Marie. The laughter of doves. San Antonio, Wings Press, 2000. 76p., one of 500 copies signed, numbered and dated by the Tejana poet, very good in wraps. This chapbook was a co-winner of the 2000 Premio Poesia Tejana prize, honoring new voices in Latina poetry. $25.00
725. Tripp, Valerie. Josefina learns a lesson; a school story, book two , illustrations, Jean-Paul Tibbles, vignettes, Susan McAliley. Middletown, WI, Pleasant Company, 1997. 70p., color illustrations, glossary, very good first edition, first printing in pictorial boards and matching dj. Second Josefina book in the series, set in New Mexico in the 1820s. (American Girls) $15.00
726. Tripp, Valerie. Meet Josefina; an American girl, book one; illustrations, Jean-Paul Tibbles, vignettes, Susan McAliley. Middletown, WI, Pleasant Company, 1997. 85p., color illustrations, glossary, very good first edition, first printing in pictorial boards and matching dj. First Josefina book in the series, set in New Mexico in the 1820s. (American girls) $15.00
727. Trujillo, Carla, ed. Chicana lesbians; the girls our mothers warned us about. Berkeley, Third Woman Press, 1991. xii, 202p., signed byTrujillo and by contributors Natashia Lopez, Cherrie Moraga, Cathy Arellano, Karen T. Delgadillo, E. D. Hernandez, M. Alvarez and Martha Barrera, previous owner's signature, wraps slightly worn and browned. $35.00
728. Trujillo, Charley. Soldados: Chicanos in Viet Nam. San Jose, Chusma House Publications, 1990. xi, 187p., signed and inscribed by the author, first printing, wraps. $30.00
729. An unsigned copy of the first printing, very good in wraps. $22.00
730. Another copy, signed by the author, later printing, very good in wraps. $18.00
732. [Tupa, Jerome]. An uncommon mission; Father Jerome paints the California Missions, foreword by Cardinal Roger M. Mahoney, text by Holly Witchey, photographs by Terry Ruscin. New York, Welcome, 1999. 96p. exhibition catalog profusely illus. with Tupa's paintings and signed by Tupa, first printing, dj. the exhibition took place in San Diego, Santa Barbara and Fresno. $25.00
733. Turner, Teresa in collaboration with Edward H. and Rosamond B. Spicer. The people of Fort Lowell. Tucson, Fort Lowell Historic District Board, 1990. viii, 66p., 8.5x11 inches, maps, photos, very good reprint in original pictorial wraps. $18.00
734. Tyler, Daniel. New Mexico in the 1820's: the first administration of Manuel Armijo. Ann Arbor, UMI, 1977. ix, 311p., wraps. UMI reprint of Tyler's dissertation. $30.00
735. U. S. Human Resources Corporation. U. S. foundations and minority group interests; a report. San Antonio, Mexican American Cultural Center, 1975. viii, 299p., 8.25x10.75 inches, wraps. A detailed study of foundation philanthrophy for black, Hispanic and Chinese American organizations. $35.00
736. Uchofen, Rocío. Odalia y otros sin esquina. Bronx, The Latino Press, 2004. 80p., wraps. Short stories by a Peruvian-American author living in New York. $22.00
737. Udall, Stewart L. To the inland empire; Coronado and out Spanish legacy, photographs by Jerry Jacka. Garden City, Doubleday & Company, 1987. xviii, 222p., profusely illus. with Jacka's photos, 8.5x11 inches, signed and dated by Udall on the f.e.p., first edition, very good in a very good dj. $22.00
738. United States. Commission on Civil Rights. Methodological appendix of research methods employed in the Mexican American education study. Washington, the Commission, 1972. v, 156p., 8.5x11 inches, stapled wraps. $30.00
739. United States Commission on Civil Rights. Window dressing on the set: women and minorities in television, together with Window dressing on the set: an update. Washington, the Commission, 1977 and 1979. ix, 181p. + ix, 97p., both 8.5x11 inches, slightly worn wraps. $30.00
740. United States Commission on Civil Rights. Window dressing on the set: women and minorities in television. Washington, the Commission, 1977 . ix, 181p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps. $20.00
741. United States. Department of Justice. Immigration and Naturalization Service. A practical Spanish grammar for Border Patrol officers. Washington, GPO, 1949. vi, 194p., revised edition, wraps worn on spine. $25.00
742. United States. House of Representatives. Committee on Un-American Activities, annual report for the year 1959. Washington, GPO, 1960. viii, 134, x p., wraps. Contents include summaries of testimony on CP activities among Puerto Ricans, CP resurgence in Southern California, "infiltration of vital industries" in Chicago, etc, as well as nefarious activities in various countries around the world. Each article is a brief (2-3 page) summary of reports that were issued separately at full length during the year. $20.00
743. United States Senate. Committee on Labor and Public Welfare. Bilingual education; hearings before the Special Subcommittee on Bilingual Education..., ninetieth Congress, first session on S. 428, a bill ... to provide assistance to local educational agencies in establishing bilingual American education progams ... part 2, June 24 and July 21, 1967. Washington, GPO, 1967. xi, 273p., wraps. This set of hearings focused on Spanish and Spanish-speaking populations. $18.00
Nicolás C. The presumed alliance; the unspoken conflict between Latinos and
blacks and what it means for
745. Vallbona, Rima de. Mujeres y agonías. Houston, Arte Público Press, 1982. 99p., sticker removed from title page, somewhat marring the upper righthand corner, second edition, wraps. $12.00
746. van Stone, Mary R., comp. Spanish folk songs of New Mexico; with a foreword by Alice Corbin. Chicago, Ralph Fletcher Seymour, 1928. 40p., 9x12 inches, slightly worn original decorative wraps with splitting spine taped in clear plastic by previous owner. $65.00
747. Varela, Félix. Escritos politicos. Havana, Editorial de Ciencias Sociales, 1977. [xiv] 292p., decorative endpapers, prologue, footnotes, very good first edition in cloth and dj. Political writings of the Roman Catholic Priest from Cuba who petitioned for the independence of Latin America and the abolition of slavery, for which he was sentenced to death. He escaped to Gibraltar and from there emigrated to the United States where he spent the rest of his life as an activist and humanist, and where he learned Gaelic in order to assist Irish refugees. (Palabra de Cuba) $30.00
748. Vargas, Alberto, Michael Todd, Cole Porter, Herb and Dorothy Fields. Michael Todd's Mexican Hayride; program for the Majestic Theatre, New York City. New York, Majestic Theatre/Michael Todd, [1944-45]. [16p.] 9x12 inches, cast bios, photos, centerfold montage, cover illustration of reclining blond bombshell in toreador outfit illustrated by Vargas (pre-Esquire lawsuit, signed A. Vargas, Esquire) in lightly soiled white stapled wraps with teh Vargas illustration. The production included many Hispanic American performers and featured songs by Porter and choreography by Paul Haakon. $35.00
749. Vargas, Roberto. Nicaragua, yo te canto besos, balas y sueños de libertad; poemas. San Francisco, Editorial Pocho-Che, 1980. 138p., one of 1,500 copies, first edition, lightly worn wraps. $30.00
750. Vasquez, Richard. Chicanos; Roman über das Lieben und Leiden der USA-Mexikaner. Zurich, Schweizer Verlaghaus, 1972. 367p., signed and inscribed in fractured German by the Chicano novelist, first Swiss edition, slightly shelfworn dj. German translation of Vasquez' The Chicano. $30.00
751. Vassallo, Paul, ed. The magic of words; Rudolfo A. Anaya and his writings. Albuquerque, University of New Mexico Press, 1982. xii, 83p., woodcuts in reproduction, signed by Anaya, first edition, openweave fabric in two colors, dj. $35.00
752. Vega, Maria Luisa Cardenas de and Jose de Jesus Vega. Advanced education in Hispanic America during the viceregal centuries; III, the University of Mexico. Phoenix, Biblioteca Hispano-Americana de Divulgacion, 1986. 48p. + 24p. illus., very good in wraps. OCLC lists no copies. (Advanced education in Hispanic America during the viceregal centuries 9) $45.00
753. Vega, Maria Luisa Cardenas de and Jose de Jesus Vega. Advanced education in Hispanic America during the viceregal centuries; IV, the graduate colleges. Phoenix, Biblioteca Hispano-Americana de Divulgacion, [1986?]. 47p. illus. in text, very good in wraps. OCLC lists no copies. (Advanced education in Hispanic America during the viceregal centuries 9) $45.00
754. Vega Yunqué, Edgardo. Blood fugues. New York, Rayo/HarperCollins, 2005. 271p., uncorrected proof, slightly worn wraps. Novel by the Brooklyn-based Puerto Rican author. $12.00
755. [Velez, Lupé]. Yo te amo means I love you; music by Richard Whiting, lyric by Alfred Bryan, sung by Miss Lupé Velez and featured in the Paramount picture "The Wolf Song". New York, Famous Music Corporation, 1928. 6p. sheet music, 9.25x12 inches, very good with Velez' photograph on the monochrome front wrap. $25.00
756. Verbarg, Leonard H., compiler. Celebrities at your doorstep, a selection of Knave personalities from The Sunday Tribune. Oakland, The Alameda County Historical Society, 1972. 120p. + extensive index; 7 x 10 inch wraps with an inconspicuous stain, illustrated throughout with period photography. $15.00
757. Vigil, Maurilio. Chicano politics. Washington, University Press of America, 1978. vii, 368p., wraps. $22.00
758. Villaseñor, Edmund . Macho! New York, Bantam Books, 1973. 245p., later printing, wraps in library plastic, ex library. Mexican American novelist. $12.00
759. Walker, Clifford A., Patricia Jernigan Keeling, editor. Back door to California: the story of the Mojave River Trail. Barstow, Mojave River Valley Museum Association, 1986. x, 337p., 8.5x11 inches, preface, introduction, illustrations, photos, maps, facsimiles, appendixes, glossary, bibliography, index, very good in original wraps. Extracts from Spanish Missionaries and explorers reports. $20.00
Booker T. The race problem in
761. Waters, Frank. People of the valley. New York, Farrar & Rinehart, Inc, 1941. 309p., first edition [the correct first edition, featuring F&R logo on copyright page] sized coarse buckram titled in red, ruled in red and blind, top edge was given the publisher's mulberry stain, dust jacket is present and intact. --Glue has crept, browning the pastedowns and joint. --There is occasional foxing, and the case is just slightly rolled. --In a narrow line across lower cover, there's a faint adhesion from the dj, corresponding to a line across back dj panel, doesn't quite look the work of a dead rubber band. --Jacket itself (junior-grade Peter-Hurd adobe-in-the-mountains scene) is somewhat edgeworn, slightly faded (spine panel only), back panel is somewhat rubbed, soiled, and has the inexplicable eighth-inch level line across, as already mentioned. $50.00
762. Weather Underground Organization. Osawatomie, vol. 2, no. 1, April - May 1976. Seattle, John Brown Book Club, 1976. 27p., wraps, illus., 8.5x11 inches. Cover article on Lolita Lebrón and Puerto Rico. Contemporary reprint by supporters of the Weather Underground. $25.00
763. Weber, David J. El México perdido; ensayos esogidos sobre al antiguo norte de México (1540-1821), traducción de: Ana Elena Lara Zúñiga, Héctor Aguilar Camín, y Isabel Lil Sánchez. Mexico City, SEP, 1976. 166p., first edition, very good in wraps. $35.00
764. Weber, Francis J. California's reluctant prelate; the life and times of right reverend Thaddeus Amat, C.M. (1811 - 1878). Los Angeles, Dawson Book Shop, 1964. xv, 234p. including illus., very good first edition in a like dj. $25.00
Sidney and Stanley R. Ross. The
illegal alien from
766. Weisman, John. Guerrilla theater: scenarios for revolution. Garden City, NY, Anchor Press, 1973. 201p., wraps in very good condition. $30.00
767. Wheelock, Warren H. Ilustres hispanos de los EE.UU.; Tony Pérez, el superestrella callado; Lee Trevino, el supermexicano; Jim Plunkett, no se retiró. Adaptación, J. O. "Rocky" Maynes, Jr. St. Paul, EMC Corporation, 1976. 48p. children's book, illus. with photos, first printing. $25.00
768. White, Henlen C. Dust on the King's Highway. New York, The Macmillan Company, 1948. 468p., later printing. Novel of the California Missions. $18.00
769. Whren, Merrillee. The heart's forgiveness. New York, Steeple Hill Books, 2007. 310p., wraps. Romance novel, set in Washington state, with a Chicana protagonist. $12.00
Carl, ed. . 4973:
"The posters in this remarkable collection were produced
by students in a Political Poster Workshop in May of 1970 at the
Norma. The Mexican American family; tradition and change.
A collection of yearly talks given to the Society, covering
the period of
Lillian Ramos Navarro, comp. Family
origins; mini-history of SHHAR
Edwin, ed. Proceedings of the Tenth
Annual Meeting: Industrial Relations Research Association.