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n.p. Self-published by the author, 2012. [12p] 5.5x8.5 inches, b&w pen and ink sketches, very cinematic and noir-sexy, great work, limited edition 12/15 copies, signed with Jiron's email address, in stapled pictorial stiff wraps. Nicaraguan-American filmmaker and animator from Los Angeles born in Baton Rouge, LA. Worked on "Spiderman: Into.....
Oakland, CA: A Sandford Society Publication, 1977. Paperback. xvi, 45p. first printing. Signed by the author on the title page. Hint of fading to edges. Name to front free endpaper. Baton Rouge, Louisiana-born, San Francisco-raised African American poet and chief editor of the Sandford Society journal.
Los Angeles: [Young Workers Liberation League], 1973. 6p, 8.5x11 inch sheets atpled together at upper left corner, very good. Accompanied by a 4x6-inch pre-printed postcard to LA District Attorney Joseph Busch. Literature published during Smith's 1973 trial for breaking parole. His original 1972 arrest was in Louisiana for leafleting on...
New York: Albert and Charles Boni, 1925. Hardcover. 183p., 9x12 inches, foreword, short histories of the songs and singers, illustrated with woodcuts, music transcriptions and lyrics, first edition hardbound in decorative cloth with spine and cover labels. Find a brief gift inscription in old sepia nib dated 1925, the spine...
New York: the monthly, April, 1968. 16p., browned, mild signs of handling, wraps, 8.5x11 inches. Three cover-story "solutions," the first by Craig Karpel on the question of Kennedy' rumored rapprochement with Castro, 6p., William Attwood, reporter Lisa Howard and Howard's improbable suicide. Karpel apparently consulted William Turner. // Stories 2...
Lake Charles LA: author, 1977. Paperback. 137p., paperback item printed sepia on textured paperstock, textblock is staplebound and pasted into buff printed wraps with a slight overlapping edge; cover slightly foxed with a touch of dust-soil, entirely sound and clean within except for bookseller's marks, a very good copy. Author...
New York: CORE (Congress on Racial Equality], . Single sheet, 10x13.25 inches, printed on both sides, illustrated from photos, creased for mailing, including horizontally with a 1.5 inch closed tear along the fold, two thumb tack holes in the upper left hand corner. Leonard, a native of Macon & Atlanta...
New Orleans: Stella Jones Gallery, 1996. [iv] 14p. 9x9 inches, illustrated with color plates from the exhibition, very good catalogue in stapled white wraps, lightly rubbed and soiled. A catalog for an exhibition in New Orleans of the two African American artists' works bound dos-a-dos.
Belmont, MA: American Opinion, [1964?]. Paperback. Two volumes [122, 126p.], wraps worn and chipped on the edges else good condition. John Birch Society reprint. Report nos. 4 & 5 [Original series]. The 'investigation' also included significant materials on Robert F. Williams, as well as some on Oswald and the Fair Play for Cuba Committee.