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Wichita: The Liberty Press, Inc., 1998. Magazine. 60p. includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, ads, photos, services, listings, columns etc., very good monthly LGBT magazine on newsprint in stapled pictorial wraps, Section Q laid-in. Police entrapment case. There was another Liberty Press out of KC, MO.
Wichita: The Liberty Press, Inc., 1997. Magazine. 56p. includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, ads, photos, services, listings, columns etc., very good monthly LGBT magazine on newsprint in stapled pictorial wraps. Official Souvenir Program for Wichita Pride. There was another Liberty Press out of KC, MO.
Fort Scott, KS: The People's College, 1915. Pamphlet. 28, [iv]p., wraps slightly worn, previous owner's name on front wrap, minor internal creasing of corners, else good condition, 5x6.5 inches. Issued by the left wing college, Eugene V. Debs was the Chancellor, administrators included Arthur Le Sueur [Father of Meridel Le.....
Washington DC: Printed at the Congressional Globe Office, [2 December] 1856. 15p., text printed double-column smallpoint, 9.5x6 inch self-wraps fastened with a very old pin that most likely is as issued (pin is one inch, square shank, black as iron ore). Light but pervasive foxing and some dust-soil throughout, old.....
Wichita: The Wichita State University Foundation, 2001. xiv, 111p., illustrated with portrait and snapshot photography, cloth boards gilt in dj decorated with a nice period photo; faint sticker adhesion, faintest signs of handling. This copy is inscribed and signed by the editor on the ffep. Books about the history of.....
Harper, KS: Self-published by the author as Sweet-Art Books, 1981. Paperback. 188p., wraps, inscribed and signed "To Bob, With fond memories, Rosales 2/2006" on the title page, very good condition. The Hotel, the only one in Harper, has been the scene of a continuous battle between the residents and the.....
Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Company, 1921. 64p., wraps, "debate" typed at right edge of cover. Little blue book no. 206. Subject, Resolved: That capitalism has more to offer to the workers of the United States than has socialism. Lexington Theatre, New York City, January 23, 1921.