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New York: Fleming H. Revell Company, 1902. Hardcover. 389p., first edition, illustrated with photographs on inserted coated paperstock, the decorated cloth (shows a minehead, rails and a man in workclothes) slightly darkened, minor edge wear with a little fraying at the head and tail of the spine else good condition...
Philadelphia: The Leisenring Steam Printing House, 1871. Pamphlet. 38p., wraps chipped on the edges, rear wrap detached but present, small stain in bottom margin of the text block, minor internal handling wear, coal company stamp on front wrap. On his disputes with the Workingmen's Benevolent Association (the anthracite coalminers' union)...
Philadelphia: John Reed Club, . Magazine. 32p., wraps, minor stains on front wrap else very good condition, 7.25x10.75 inches. Includes Ezra Pound's Address to Philadelphia John Reed Club along with their reply, along with proletarian poetry (H.H. Lewis and others), art work, articles and reviews.
Reading, PA: Published by Peoples Printing Company for the Socialist Party of California, n.d. Pamphlet. 16p., wraps browned unevenly, edgewear and minor creasing, else good condition, 5.25x7.75 inches. "This pamphlet consists of the first chapter of the book by Fred Henderson, entitled 'The case for socialism.'"
New York: Avon Books / (Hearst Corporation), 1976. Mass Market Paperback. 124p. Originally published by Atheneum in 1973, this First Avon mass market paperback printing has a large "Purchased at USPS Auction" stamp to inside front cover. Slight wear to edges. Philadelphia-born African American writer.
Philadelphia: National Association of Master Sheet Metal Workers, 1907. Paperback. 23p., 4.25x7.75 inches, introduction, brief history, advantages, specifications, hints, illustrated with tables and figures, very good first edition stated in stapled stiff olive green wraps with split at head to first staple. Three copies located in OCLC as of 10/2016.