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Tempe: AACHE, 1984. Folder containing membership application form, 4-panel 8.5x11 inch program, 3 blank letterheads for notes, 59 page photocopied draft of an action plan compiled and edited by Raymond V. Padilla and Miguel Montiel, very good in 8.5x11 inch white folder printed in blue.
Moscow: 1935. Hardcover. 306p. [xvi], a now-handleable copy following much restoration commissioned by ourselves: original illustrated boards are a bit worn, expect minor internal dampstaining and a small envelope irritatingly affixed to the illustrated pastedown; a bound-in cell [celluloid leaf] with profile of Stalin now mended with reversable filmoplast; head.....
n.p. Editorial Española, 1937. 212p. + 20p. musical notation, probable first edition, now cased in spine-titled binder's cloth and pebbled boards, bit browned and edgeworn, pages evenly toned else good condition. Text in Spanish. This antimodernist play became a component of the Nationalists' cultural offensive.
Rotterdam: Instituto para el Nuevo Chile, 1984. Paperback. 143p., wraps, 6.25 x 9 inches, wraps worn and soiled, pen notation on front wrap, "Library of Congress-Surplus Duplicate" stamped on table of contents page, else generally good condition. Text in Spanish. Includes an interview with Eric J. Hobsbawn.
San Francisco: Artfull Circle Theatre, . 11x17 inch handbill/program folded to 8.5x11 inches, illustration of Mae West, W.C. Fields etc. by M. Grove, cast and crew bios, song titles, history of the theatre, upcoming season, two fold creases and some wear. The cast list includes Ann Drogynous as Mae West.....
Washington: GPO, 1937. Paperback. xx, 226p., wraps chipped along the edges and spine and browned, minor internal creasing, else good first edition, folded table, eight full page illustrations from photographs (including by Mydans, Jung, Rothstein, & Lange) Workers Progress Administration. Division of Social Research. Research monograph 8.
Washington: GPO, 1937. Paperback. xx, 226p., edge worn wraps, spine creased, library stamp on front wrap, minor internal creasing, first edition, folded table, eight full page illustrations from photographs (including by Mydans, Jung, Rothstein, & Lange) Workers Progress Administration. Division of Social Research. Research monograph 8.
N. pl. Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealofical Magazine, 1933. Pamphlet. 22p., revised reprint from Tyler's Quarterly, wraps soiled and stained, first and last pages evenly browned, remains of a library label on front wrap. Blames Lincoln for the Civil War, for inciting blacks to rebel, etc.
San Francisco: Hearst Corporation, 1897. 4p. sheet music, 10.5x14 inches, even toning, otherwise very good, illustrated with a color drawing of a well-dressed African American couple. “I sends da lady flowers, an’ I’se gwine to claim her hand / shouted the new Darktown bully in a sassy tone / An’.....