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Inglewood, CA: Woman in the Moon Publications, 1996. Paperback. iv, 58p., signed by the African American lesbian poet, very good 5th edition reprint trade paperback in black pictorial wraps with white spine. States 3rd edition on spine and 5th edition on copyright page Originally published in 1971 by Soapbox.
Stamford, CT: Appleton & Lange, 1996. Paperback. xiii, 407p., preface, bibliography, appendices, index, illustrations, tables, resources, notes, very good reprint of the 4th edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Covers many groups including African American, Native American, Pacific Islanders, Asian Americans, Hispanic Americans, European Americans, alternative medicines etc.
New York: the League, [1933-?]. 1.5x1.75 inch card printed one side with emblem and with contact information in small font, listing Milwaukee mayor Mayor Daniel W. Hoan as chairman (the longest-serving socialist elected official in US history). Tag days were used as fundraisers; the participation of YPSL members in the...
San Francisco: HarperSanFrancisco, 1993. Paperback. xiv, 352p., introduction, conclusion, notes, select bibliography, index, illustrations, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. 2 short notations in ink near top of half-title page. Historical anthropology of ancient rituals of gender transformation and same-sex union.
Mill Valley: Self-published by the author as Field Trips, 2000. Paperback. 49p., illustrated with vignette sketches, titlepage in two colors, presswork by Ed Rayher at Swamp Press in Goudy Old Style. Sewn softbound in 4.75x6.5 inch wraps, competent American-style haiku about Mount Tam in Marin, #525/550 copies in wraps with...
Arlington, VA: the zine, 1997. Magazine. 45p., staplebound zine professionally printed on newsprint, evenly toned, otherwise very good. 8x10.5 inches. First and apparently only issue. "Encouraging a healthy disrespect for authority." Includes articles such as "Big Brother gets wired: the dark side of the internet," "Creative sabotage in the workplace"...
San Jose, CA: The Campus Voice, . 16p. each, 8.5x11 inch sheets stapled at upper left corner, mild handling soil and edgewear. Includes an angry letter from Lincoln Rockwell complaining that the newsletter profaned the "Swastika of the White Race," with a snarky rebuttal; an interview with Dr. Albert Ellis...
Oslo: Eget Forlag, 1945. Paperback. 63p., pictorial color wraps depicting the Oranienburg concentration camp, pages toned, light shelfwear, otherwise very good. Text in Swedish. Oranienburg was one of the first Nazi camps, used primarily for leftist political opponents and homosexuals. In 1936 this prison was closed and supplanted by Sachsenhausen.
Paris: Mercure de France, 1964. Paperback. 215p., text in French, annexes, personal inscription in French signed by the author, very good paperback reprint edition in cream printed wraps. Critical biography originally published 1945. Labiche a French playwright best known for the comedy "Italian Straw Hat," which premiered in 1851.
South Portland, ME: The Outreach Institute, 1992. Single 8.5x11 inch sheet letter printed both sides, on Fantasia Fair letterhead, very good. A single-sheet, two page letter from project director Ari Kane announcing the final chance to apply/register for the Fair in Provincetown in October. Meant to be sent with a....
Houston: Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, Texas, 1956. Paperback. [34p] 6x9 inches, introduction, essay, b&w photos of the sculptures, descriptions, staff etc.; cover has foxed spots and slight dust-soil, otherwise very good. Exhibition catalog, a sewn fascicle under stiff covers decorated with die-cut letters "MMS" (glazed white cover stock over dead.....