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Boston: Wright & Potter Printing Co., State Printers, 1899. Hardcover. xvi, 174p., hardbound in 9x5.5 inch cinnamon-brown cloth gilt, ruled and decorated in blind. We see a small faint splash stain to cover, a little crimping round cover's edges, completely free of any markings within, a handsome item in sound condition.
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1919. Hardcover. Reprint of an 1915 issue; xviii, 296p., hardbound in textured green cloth lettered gilt & black and ruled in red, a nice production. Covers are mildly edgeworn with a hint of fray; inside, the endsheets bear an inoffensive generic bookplate and text a....
New York: Twayne Publishers, Inc., 1968. 191p., illustrated with a line map and a chronology; hardbound in 8x5.5 inch maroon leatherette gilt and dust jacket. An ex library copy with an ugly pocket and a titlepage rubberstamp, both overstamped "Withdrawn" (top edge also stamped), these the only damage to the...
New York: Freedomways Associates, 1963. Paperback. Special "Second Anniversary Issue" issue of the civil rights journal, Softbound journal in 9x6 inch plain printed wraps; generally very good with external rubbing and mild shelfwear. Featured articles: The Negro in American Films by Carlton Moss; And Then Came Baldwin by Julian Mayfield;...
Manchester: National Labour Press, Ltd., 1920. Pamphlet. 32p., wraps bound with string, 4.75 x 7.25 inches, illus., frontispiece portrait of Glasier, wraps worn and soiled, crayon mark on front blank, two small rust stains on rear wrap, else good condition. Glasier, who died on June 4, 1920, was a Scottish socialist politician.
Venice, CA: Everywoman, 1971. Newspaper. 28p., folded tabloid newspaper, photos, ads, services, calendar, columns, essays, poetry, inscription in ink on cover, toning and corner clipped on several early pages otherwise good on newsprint. Interview with Judy Chicago. Special issue edited and written by a Woman's Collective from Fresno. Thought the...