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N. pl. Martin Luther King Jr. Foundation and the National Education Association, 1968. 48p., profusely illus. with photographs reproduced in gravure with velvety black background, 8.5x10 inches, deep black wraps lettered in cameo blind; bears a few light pressure marks. Text by John Gardiner. Distributed in response to contributions to.....
N. pl. Martin Luther King Jr. Foundation and the National Education Association, 1968. 48p., profusely illus. with photographs reproduced in gravure with velvety black background, 8.5x10 inches, deep black wraps lettered in cameo blind; cover is pressure-marked and has a small white stain. Text by John Gardiner. Distributed in response.....
New York: Random House, 1972. xviii, 452p., text printed on calendared paperstock, very good hardcover in openweave black boards titled red and silverfoil, in a very good dust jacket. Triple-autographed, signed by Baraka on title page, Sonia Sanchez on p. 185, and Clarence Major on p. 127. Second printing.
Washington: Howard University Press, 1975. Hardcover. xxix, 127p., a very pretty hardbound first edition in moss-green boards titled blind and grass-green cloth backstrip titled yellow. Lacks a dust jacket, find a tiny ink squiggle on front endsheet, an else near-fine copy. King offers a selection of the poems read at.....
Bryn Mawr: Dorrance and Co., 1986. xvi+125p., frontis, author bio, preface, chronology, , notes and references, select bibliography, index, very good first edition in dj. Inscribed and signed by the author. Study of the Argentinian writer and poet, author of "The Slaughterhouse" and "The Captive Woman."
San Francisco: Hastings Center for Trial and Appellate Advocacy, 1977. vi, 442p., various fonts, color section-dividers, 11x8.5 inch buff wraps decorated with a Daumier litho. Faint dust-soil to cover, former owner's name on title page, an unmarked copy that was (unfortunately) "perfectbound", a binding technique that often gives way with.....
San Francisco: Libertarians for Gay and Lesbian Concerns, 1986. 6p., includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, articles, reports, services and resources, very good newsletters on folded sheets. Cover story on William F. Buckley, Jr's suggestion that people with AIDS be tattooed and includes his Forum statement to that effect.
Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 1989. xvi, 189p, illus, cloth-bound boards, unclipped dj, very good condition. Updated publication of Clemson's dairy written during a journey through the devastated South, includes 1863 letters to her mother Anna Maria Calhoun Clemson (John C. Calhoun's daughter) during another trip northward. Women's.....
n.p. Self-published by the poet, 2007. 49p., 5.5x8.5 inches, signed by the author in the last year of his life, very good chapbook in stapled cream pictorial wraps. Collection of ruminations on his childhood and poetry about later years. Lane taught sociology at the University of San Francisco for three.....