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[New Orleans]: Croker Sack Books, 1996. Paperback. 159p., fine first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. "The adventures and misadventures of an outrageous [African American] drag queen ... and her friends and foes." "This story ain't about the Garden District. It's about the real New Orleans - funky, kinky, nappy.....
New Orleans, LA: Psychic Swamp Books, 2008. Paperback. [48p.], wraps faded on the edges else very good condition, 5.5x8.5 inches, inscribed and signed "For --- - may your head stay abouve water! postdiluvian greetings, Max." Short statements with full page art work by Emily Delorge & Blair Mulvihill, Nancy Sharon.....
Altadena: Razor7 Pub. 2007. Hardcover. [vi] 201p., foreword, preface, prologue, personal inscription signed by the author, corners bumped otherwise a very good first edition in boards and unclipped dj. First in a proposed 5-volume series of novels on the Black experience from Jim Crow 1950s to the King Assassination.
New Orleans: Kent Courtney, 1961, 1962. Three issues of the 8.5x11 inch newsletter, 4 to 6 loose pages per issue, one with paperclip mark at top, occasional minor pen markings. Issues present are May 9, June 29, and October 11, 1961. Also included is a CSA fundraising mailer, 6 pages.....
Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University, 1967. Hardcover. xiii, 108p., preface, biographical notes, ownership name in ink on front pastedown endpaper otherwise a very good first edition in clothand unclipped dj. The Walter Lynwood Fleming Lectures in Southern History Series. Essays on governors Harrison Reed of Florida (1868-1872) Henry Clay Warmoth.....
Ville Platte, LA: Swallow Publications, Inc., 1987. Paperback. p., ads, illustrated with numerous snapshot portraits and professional stills, softbound in 8.5x5.5 inch glossy decorated wraps. Aside from a seller's small sticker on the cover, absolutely unmarked, a sound clean copy.
New York: Borgenicht Gallery, 1980. [8p] 10x8 inches landscape format, exhibit catalog illustrated with 2 b&w photos of the sculptures, on b&w of the artist and a color cover photo of a sculpture, CV, appreciations, very good booklet in stapled pictorial wraps. Louisiana-born abstract sculptor.
Chicago: Clayton F. Summy Co., Music Publishers, 1918. Pp.3-7 plus a fullpage introductory note by the composer and a terminal publisher's ad; 12x9 inch self-wraps, two folio leaves folded and nested without fastening, the outer pair having serious splits to spinefold and some toning and dust-soil. Cover bears the faint.....