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Northridge: W.P. Whitsett Endowment, Dept. of History, California State University, 1987. 22p., 6x9 inches, frontis-portrait of Whitsett, notes, illustrated with photos and maps, very good first edition booklet in stapled marigold wraps, typed letter signed by Prof. Thomas R. Maddux on CSUN stationery to Prof. Antonio Rios-Bustamante laid-in. Biography of...
Los Angeles: Yarnell, Caystile & Mathes, 1881. Hardcover. 457p., first edition. F.e.p. and all preliminary leaves are missing (blanks and half title), front hinge repaired stiffly, extremities frayed, cover corner and base of spine badly worn. Signatures still tight, cover lettering still legible, green boards and gilt. With considerable material.....
Irvine, CA: the author, n.d. 11p., mimeographed pages stapled at upper left. Excerpts from the author's dissertation, "Democratization of organizations: theory, practice & further possibilities," tailored for delivery at a conference. Marked "Draft- not for citation without permission." Author was at the time an assistant professor at U.C. Irvine.....
San Marino: The California Historical Society and The Ward Ritchie Press, 1971. Paperback. 65p., illustrations and decorations, new and slightly expanded edition, previous owner's bookplate otherwise a very good paperback in goldenrod pictorial wraps. With considerable material on the Hispanic period.
San Diego: Exploring Family School, 1973. 16p., 8.5x11 inches, students, staff, parents, curriculum, program support, finances, our future, photos and drawings, worn and soiled cover with student's name (?) painted on back, booklet in stapled pictorial wraps. Also included: Four-page brochure introducing the school, with application form. Program for the...
Laguna Beach, CA: Laguna Poets/Wavelength, 1974. [72p], 5.5x8.5 inches, poetry, illustrations, personal inscription to Alta signed by the poet Marta Mitrovich, very good first edition booklet in stapled tan pictorial wraps. Collection of poems by authors including Cat Davi, Jacques Garnier, Marta Mitrovich et alia.
Los Angeles: First Unitarian Church of Los Angeles, 1964. 15p., wraps, pages browning, 7x8.5 inches. Fritchman was close to the Communist Party and the minister at the First Unitarian Church. September 1964 Sermon-of-the-month. Argues that Goldwater's campaign poses a threat that must be resisted.
[Mexico City]: Self-published by the author, 1987. Paperback. 95p., one of 400 copies, text in Spanish, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps with drawing by Kenji Kawahara. Poetry. The Ecuadorian American Gordon-Vailakis and the Mexican American Bernal were doctoral students at UC Irvine.