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Tucson: College of Agriculture, The University of Arizona, 1976. [ii] 18p., 8.5x11 inches, foreword, summary & conclusion, introduction, map, selected references, appendix, tables, very good report booklet in stapled yellow wraps. Research Report 275: a Staff Study of the Department of Agricultural Education.
Los Angeles: The Hollenbeck Police Business Council & the Hollenbeck Youth Center, . 10p., gatefold last two pages, news, reports, services, resources, photos, very good newsletter in stapled white wraps. Report on the 1992 Inner-City Games. Gatefold at rear is a collection of photos from the Games.
New York: Committee for Nonviolent Action, 1964. Leaflet, all text, printed both sides, 8.5x11 inches, faint fold creases, otherwise very good. An appeal for financial support to the CNVA, written "within earshot of police gunfire in Harlem where pent up frustrations have broken out in fury following the killing of...
New York: Kent Associates, 1964. Unpaginated, 10.75x13.75 inch spiralbound album of Zen-inspired ink paintings, card covers, one of 200 printed, numbered and signed by the artist. Covers edgeworn, minor scuffing. The blank verso of one page has an eight-paragraph handwritten text, not by Coward, expressing torment about an unfulfilled relationship...
New York: League of American Writers, 1941. Single sheet 8x17.25 inches folded to make a small brochure - 4x7.75 inches, very good condition. The last Writers Congress. Initial signers listed include Ralph Ellison, Richard Wright, John Sanford, Joy Davidman, Theodore Dreiser, Orson Welles and many others.
no city, Israel: Native Stone, 1992. Paperback. 88p., glossy coated paperstock throughout with color photos of designs built, models envisioned, sites and interiors. English-language exclusively. Softbound in 12x9.5 inch frenchfold color wraps; titlepage bears a small neat ownership and some ghostly seller's pencillings (hard to erase on glossy stock), otherwise...
London: Faber and Faber, 1930. Pamphlet. 48p., stapled wraps, 5.5 x 7.75 inches, wraps worn and soiled, 1.5 inch closed tear along bottom of spine on both front and rear wraps, else good condition. Criterion Miscellany No. 9. On literature written about World War I . Jerrold argues that popular...
London: People's Press Printing Society, [1947?]. Pamphlet. 17p., stapled wraps, 5.5 x 8.5 inches, wraps worn, pages toned, some small stains on front wrap else good condition. Not dated, but latest amendment is from 1947. The People's Press Printing Society were the publishers of The Daily Worker from 1945 to 1966.
Los Angeles: Far Out Music, Inc., . Paperback. 64p., minimal introductory text with extensive vitae, but largely publicity stills and music notation/lyrics; item is printed sepia throughout on alkaline paperstock, softbound in 12x9 inch photo-decorated wraps. Somewhat worn with cover corner-tips creased, textblock cracked at pp26/7 (all leaves appear sturdily...
San Francisco: The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, 1975. Paperback. 141p., b&w reproductions throughout, softbound in matte offwhite wraps, 10x8.5 inches, the cover stock has picked up little bits of dust-soil, pressure marks and color streaks, clean within except for an ownership image on front free endsheet (caterpiller &.....
London: Martin Lawrence, 1934. Pamphlet. 32p., stapled wraps, 6 x 9.75 inches, charts, graphs, wraps worn, soiled, and sun-faded, pages lightly toned, else good condition. This Modern World: Part 1: Political Education. "This course...answers in the plainest possible manner the queries we all want to know about the Crisis and...
Berkeley: Before Columbus Foundation, 1981. 77p., paperback, 8.5x11 inches, last page has penciled list of bookstores, otherwise very good. The Foundation was chaired by Ishmael Reed. Includes a statement from the board of directors, together with annotated listings of multicultural publications and lengthy excerpts from them, including many poems.
Berkeley: Before Columbus Foundation, 1978. 126p., paperback, 8.5x11 inches, spine sun-faded, otherwise very good. The Foundation was chaired by Ishmael Reed. Includes an interview with the board, together with annotated listings of multicultural publications and lengthy excerpts from them, including many poems.
London: The Bureau of Current Affairs, 1951. Pamphlet. 19p., stapled wraps, 6.5 x 9 inches, illus., maps, staples rusted, wraps slightly worn else good condition . Current Affairs Number 125, 3rd February 1951. Overview of the culture, people, politics, and history of the Arab world from a British perspective. Much...
Paris: Centre d'Informations Documentaires, 1938. Pamphlet. 38p., stapled wraps, wraps worn and soiled else good condition. Marcel, who served as the governer general of Madagascar from 1924 to 1929, argues that although colonialism can be harmful it ultimately results in the "development and liberation" of the colonised countries.