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Chicago: 1940. 192p., very good paperback inscribed by the author to Carmelo Zito, editor of 'Il Corriere del Popolo' in San Francisco, with a chipped dustwrapper bearing Zito's ownership signature at the top edge. The memoirs of the Italian immigrant socialist organizer Vittorio Buttis, a member of the Italian Socialist.....
New York: Forverts, 1926-1931. Five-volume autobiographical work in Yiddish by the Jewish socialist and longtime editor of the Forward. Two volumes have internal rubberstamps of a Yiddish club, with the author's initial on the spine as if for shelving in the club's library; another volume has a private ownership stamp.....
Torrance Ca: Hors Commerce Press, 1964. Paperback. 28p., titles on translucent stock with portraits in black and names in red; softbound in 8.5x5.5 inch white wraps printed red and black (shows Jesus in shades and on a badly-drawn motorcycle), edges are slightly rough with limited silverfishing and deep toning, a......
London: Quartet Books, 1985. Hardcover. xv, 239p., foreword, chronology, musical examples, select discography, index, illustrations, photos, personal inscription signed by Callender dated 1986 and a gift inscription from a previous owner below to his parents, very good first edition in cloth boards and unclipped dj.
London / Oxford: Geoffrey Cumberlege / OUP, 1946. 15p., frontis photoportrait on inserted coated stock, sewn pamphlet in 10x6 inch plain printed grey wraps. A little edgeworn with a bent corner-tip, a good to very good copy that is certainly sound (threads are excellent), and is entirely clean and unmarked.....
London: Quartet Books, 1977. Paperback. 393p., very good first edition paperback in pictorial wraps. Autobiography of the gay journalist. Paperback re-issue of the infamous autobiography of the gay journalist which begins with the sentence: "This is the life-history of a lover of boys."
[San Jose]: privately printed; Evergreen Printing, 2000. 8.5x11 inches in wraps, 27 chapters each paginated individually; very good. Text in Chinese. Autobiography of the Chinese-American immigrant in his 90s, who had served in the armed forces in Taiwan and spent much of his later time in San Jose.