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Los Angeles: University of California Press Latin American Center, 1973. Hardcover. viii, 125p., introduction, appendixes, index, footnotes, illustrated with b&w photos and tables, very good first edition in blue buckram cloth and unclipped lightly-edgeworn dj. Latin American Studies Volume 20, Johannes Wilbert, editor. Squatter communities in the big city.
Westfield NJ: Bells & Whistles, 1991. Paperback. 32p., with covers also showing imagery on both sides, matte alkaline paperstock with profuse b&w period photography, line map and long captions amidst a running text. On the 1939 New York World's Fair. Softbound, an 11x8.5 inch booklet in decorated wraps; expect some.....
[Sacramento, CA-?]: the Committee, 1967. 56p., 8.5x11 inches, summary, conclusions, recommendations, maps, very good booklet in stapled white pictorialw raps with tiny stains. Findings on water conservancy and distribution of governmental responsibilities, by a committee composed of members from both California and Nevada.
San Francisco: Deep Forest, 1992. Critique of Arthur M. Schlesinger. Pamphlet: 8p. plus p appended materials including a line map and a page of Cherokee in facsimile. Softbound in 8.5x5.5 inch stapled printed wraps, one of a run of only 100, cover bears a couple small stains and nicks, a......
Chicago: R. R. Donnelley & Sons Co. The Lakeside Press, 1923. Hardcover. xiv, 477p., first edition in olive-green buckram boards. Complete though very worn. Frontis-portrait (tissue-guard intact), foreword, preface, index, illustrated with tables and many b&w plates from vintage photos. Top edge gilt; a once-handsome production now in a state.....
Mexico D.F. B. Costa-Amic, Editor, 1972. Paperback. 155p., softbound in 7.5x5.5 frenchfold wraps. A bit edgeworn, has a couple of library "withdrawn" stamps on it but no pockets or anything really disfiguring, paperstock is evenly toned throughout, a sound copy free of any ownership marks. Text in Spanish.
Calcutta: H. Chatterjee, . 229p., blue cloth boards with faded spine, inscribed "To the editor, China Monthly Review, Shanghai" with rubberstamp "For favor of kind review," over personal bookplate of Bill Powell. Powell was the editor of the China Monthly Review in Shanghai, and was later tried for sedition in.....