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Republica de Cuba: Depertamento de Relaciones Publicas / Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores, 1960. Pamphlet. 23p., professionally printed on semi-coated paperstock throughout, with scattered press photographs; softbound in photo-decorated color wraps, clean and sound, a very good copy.
La Habana: Printed by Ediciones en Colores for the Cuban government, 1965. Pamphlet. 27p. plus appended facsimile letter from Guevara; upright staplebound pamphlet, 8x4 inches, cover illustration a b&w photo of Castro at podium, back cover a group shot of assembled Party members. Che's letter runs 3 pages in photographically...
New York City: Fair Play for Cuba Committee, 1960? 30p., professionally printed (but on the cheap), 11 x 8.5 inch leaves stapled at left; front cover slightly yellowed. The inconvenient format and the lack of publishing info suggest that this is one of the earliest of the FPCC productions.
US, no city: 26th of July Movement in the United States, [1960?]. 14p., 4.5x6.5 inches, coated paperstock, very professional presswork, booklet in stapled pictorial wraps decorated with a wraparound collage cover illustration. (Front cover image shows Fidel in foreground, huge crowd in background, back image shows more crowd to same...
Toronto: Fair Play for Cuba Committee / Amis du peuple cubain, 1964. 37p., mimeographed text stapled into professionally-printed 8.5 x 5.5 inch wraps with portrait of Fidel; browned and slightly brittle, faint dust soil, sticker shadow, and a tiny dampstain. The OAS had just issued a boycott agreement, in solidarity...
La Habana: Oficina de Publicaciones del Consejo de Estado, 1999. 123p., softbound, 8x5 inch paperback in bright blue wraps titled white; the "perfect binding" may give trouble with multiple readings, but is holding perfectly at present, a very good clean copy. Text is entirely in Spanish.
San Francisco: Walnut Publishing, 1997. 40p., wraps, 8.5 x 5.25 inches, a tad dog eared, else very good reprint of 1962 pamphlet. This title in an earlier edition was one of the five pamphlet titles Lee Harvey Oswald handed out in New Orleans. The radio host who interviewed him read...