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Colorado Springs, CO: St. Stephens Church, 1914. 10p., wraps lightly worn, 5x7 inches; date corrected in pencil on cover. Not found in OCLC. Argues that Americans should break out of their comfortable ruts and find inspiration in the simple acts of heroism and sympathy shown by those suffering in Europe.....
Denver, CO: Francis D. Tandy, Publisher, 1896. 228p., first edition, original cloth binding edge worn with fraying at the head and tail of the spine. Individualist anarchist work dedicated to Benjamin Tucker. "An anarchist (voluntary socialism) text that advocates, in the tradition of Proudhon, Warren and Tucker, the end of.....
Caldwell: The Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1959. xi+228p., frontis-portrait, limitation page, foreword, appendix, illustrated with photos and facsimiles, plates, very good limited edition #98/1000 copies signed by the author in gray cloth, gilt and mylar jacket. Added inscription and signature by the author dated July 1959.
Berkeley: Editorial Justa Publications, 1978. Paperback. 77p. incl. illus., first printing, lightly soiled and worn wraps. Text in Spanisn and English. Presents nine brief essays describing the lives of the Mexican Americans who settled near Colorado Springs, Colorado. Discussion questions follow each selection.
Washington: the Commission, 1971. Paperback. iii, 101p., 8.5x11 inches, preface, introduction, school holding power, post-high school experiences, reading achievement, grade repititions, summary, appendices, photos, graphs, figures, tables, very good booklet in white decorative wraps. Mexican American educational series #2.
Denver: Loretto Heights College/Office of Human Development Services HEW-Region VIII, 1979. [40p]8.5x11 inches, foreword, agenda, introduction, keynote, statements, photos, participants, summary, very good program booklet in stapled yellow wraps. Program of a conference concerning alternative energy sources and the role of women in the development.
Colorado Springs: Catcher's Mitt Paw Production Co., 1999. Paperback. 108p., inscribed to Curve Magazine and signed by Wenzel, typed letter signed by the self-publishing author to Rachel Pepper asking for a review, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Lesbian novel set in San Francisco. Lesbian novel set.....
[Denver, CO]: the Union, 1915. Leaflet, 8.5x11 inches, stating that J.A. James of the Skidoo Miners Union in California has been declared unfair and fined $25 for not paying dues and "for knocking organized labor." Ed Langdon of the Rossland Miners Union in British Columbia is, on the other hand.....
Denver, CO: the Union, 1910s. Leaflet, 5.5x 9 inches. blank printed form, very good condition. Form on which union member could file a complaint to have someone declared unfair. Includes details of physical appearance and residence, apparently so that someone could not easily escape by using a pseudonym. Very good.....
Englewood, CO: Soldiers of the Cross, 1964. Pamphlet. [4p.], wraps, excerpts only from Williams' Crusader, this is NOT a complete issue. Anti-communist reprint by Kenneth Goff's publisher. "Every family in America must have a copy of this Communist document of strategy for civil war. If every American would read it.....