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Washington DC: 1963. 8.5x14 inch sheet printed both sides, folded for mailing, worn at folds, attacking the Gesell Report (which called on the military to abolish racist and segregationist practices). A typed note stapled to the top asks "Can you imagine a government trying to put such as this over.....
Baton Rouge, LA: Christian Defense League, [ca. 1980]. Newspaper. Two issues of the tabloid newspaper format publication, horizontal fold, evenly toned, otherwise good condition; issues present are 1 and 3. Cover stories include "Kosher food racket costs consumers millions,""Did Six Million Really Die?"
New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1981. Hardcover. xx, 546p., scattered illustrations, the larger ones in two colors, hardbound in green cloth boards and a black cloth backstrip gilt, placekeep ribbon bound in, top edge tinted red. Item fits nicely into a printed slipcase which serves as dust jacket. Nice copy.....
no place: Self-published by the author, 1974. Paperback. [60p.] first printing. Signed (on page 5) by the author. Somewhat soiled and browned stapled wraps. Staining to rear cover. Stray ink scribble near top left corner of title page. Shreveport, Lousiana-born African American poet, living in Los Angeles at the time.....