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Philadelphia: Teachers Union of Philadelphia, . Pamphlet. Four panel brochure, 6x8.75 inches, evenly browned, bottom corner clipped off with no loss of text, date penned on rear wrap with ink bleeding through to verso, else good condition. On the role of teachers in the war effort.
Philadelphia: Philly Stands Up, [20--]. 22p., photocopied zine format, very good. "Philly’s Pissed and Philly Stands Up emerged in response to a series of sexual assaults that consumed the anarcho-punk community during a summertime festival in Philadelphia in 2004..." - Esteban Kelly.
Philadelphia, PA: American Association of University Women; Pennsylvania program for women and girl offenders, Inc., 1969. Three volumes, 50p., pp 51-89, 34p., all 8.5x11 inches, stapled wraps, staples rusted, Vols. 1 and 3 have holes punched in last pages with no loss of text, last page of Vol. 3 lightly.....
Baltimore: Metropolitan Tract Society, 1844. Pamphlet. 36p., pamphlet bound with thread, somewhat foxed, very good. Two versions of this pamphlet were published in 1844, the other a shorter tract published by M. Fithian; priority is not known to your humble cataloger. Some in Philadelphia's Protestant community, angered by the rise.....
Philadelphia: [Philadelphia Commercial Museum], [1900s]. Two gelatin silver photographs, titled "Cocoanut Plantation-Ceylon" and "Cacao Tree in Fruit-Trinidad", each 9 x 7.25 inches mounted on 12 x 9.75 cardboard boards with descriptive text on back. Cardboard lightly worn, both have stickers on back else very good condition. Part of a larger.....
Philadelphia: St. Matthew's United Methodist Church; Seventh St. United Methodist Church, 1981. Unpaginated cookbook, plastic comb binding, front card cover has a stain, otherwise clean. Fundraiser cookbook for the churches, apparently an actual product of the congregations, rather than one of the companies producing such books.
Bronx: Workers Action Movement, 1973. 8p. newsletter, evenly toned, otherwise very good; rubberstamp of the Pittsburgh local with contact info. Also included are a leaflet from WAM supporting the Pittsburgh bus drivers' strike, and another announcing a talk on the Detroit sit-down strike. Progressive Labor Party was the main group.....
New York: W.W. Norton & Company, 1985. Paperback. 255p., period illustrations, appendix, index, softbound in 10x8.5 inch wraps, back cover bears a large corner crease, an else quite good copy. Outlines the influx of women into the medical professions beginning in the late 18th c. to the early 20th c......