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Barcelona: Ediorial Labor, S. A., 1935. Hardcover. 221p., 9 pages of plates and frontis portrait of Lulio (as called for), the bright yellow boards slightly soiled, previous owner's name on front paste down endpaper and title page, else good condition. No dj. Text in Spanish. Coleccion pro ecclesia et patria...
Berkeley: Ata Books, 1991. Paperback. 146p., very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Semi-autobiographical story of a woman in California whose son may be faced with an AIDS diagnosis and who must take her father in for a driving test. San Francisco feminist author.
San Francisco: QCC, 2010. Magazine. [24p] includes covers, 5.5x8.5 inches, event schedule illustrated with color photos, very good digest-size magazine/playbill in stapled pictorial wraps. Venues included BRAVA Theater Center, Artists' Television Access, Cafe Du Nord, Castro Theater, GLBT Historical Society etc.
Warsaw: "Polonia" Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1955. 36p., slender booklet, covers toned at edges, small edge stain. Szmaglewska wrote the first survivor's account of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp. Here she combines vignettes from the camp with reflections on whether humanity has learned anything.
San Francisco: SF Gay Rap, 1981. Single 8.5x11 inch handbill printed one side only, red stock with black text, very good condition. Hand-out from the group with list of events. Originating in Berkeley in the mid-1960s, the SF chapter formed in 1970 and held weekly meetings on Tuesday evenings at...
Boston: James R. Osgood and Company, 1877. Hardcover. xii, 556p., illustrated with sketches from dissection and from diagrammatic renderings of brain function. First edition in brick-toned cloth boards spine-titled gilt. Generally in good, handleable shape, with these faults: both top and tail rims are frayed with minute losses, ditto upper...