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Washington, D. C. GPO, 1976. v, 82p., white self-wraps, slightly browned round the edges, nice copy. Ninety-fourth congress second session. Many case histories. From p.17: "The antisemitic element among criminal convicts is exploited. Moroz, for example, was stabbed with a knife. In Odessa, one criminal convict killed a man by.....
Washington: GPO, 1893. xxix, 269p., half-leather (pressed calf, in very good condition) over marbled boards with maroon leather labels gilt, raised bands and devices, quite bright, good quality marbled endsheets; minor rubbing and handling wear of covers, small exterior paper adhesion, text block paper slightly browned. On the garment industry.....
Washington DC: Printed by William A. Davis, 1815. Hardcover. A recased exemplar in very good condition, ex libris with Library of Congress "surplus duplicate" rubberstamp in red on title page and an older House accession impression in blue. Textblock consists of new endsheet and blank (per Heckman Bindery in Indiana).....
Washington: GPO, 1957. Two volumes [ix, 611-890, iv p.], wraps, index. New York music school, which included Sidney Finkelstein, is alleged to be a Communist front. Hearings before the Committee on Un-American Activities, House of Representatives, eighty-fifth Congress, first session.