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no place: Ethiopian-United States Cooperative Program, no date (1961 or later). Unpaginated, a little over one hundred pages, b&w captioned photography throughout small with supplementary text, charts and a couple of line maps with monochrome highlights; 10.5x8.5 inch wraps, former owner has bracketed the occasional paragraph in ballpoint, otherwise a......
[San Francisco]: Northern California District Board, CPUSA, 1972. 8p., mimeographed sheets stapled together at upper left corner, 8.5x14 inches, with first two pages in smaller format. Analysis of the industry, arguing that "The struggle for liberation of the Chicano people is directly tied into the struggles of the entire working...
Mystic, CT: Twenty-third Publications, 1984. Paperback. 293p., wraps, previous owner's small address sticker on title page else very good condition. Father George Higgins was a Catholic priest active supporting the Farm Workers, other labor movements, civil rights and ecumenical understanding.
Golden CO: Fulcrum Publishing, 2006. xiv, 104p., profuse captioned color photos of barns wellpreserved, intact, and decayed, high-gloss paperstock throughout; first edition 9x10 inch photographic card covers, a very good copy. Includes a fullpage image of the round barn at Fountaingrove (utopian community founded by Thomas Lake Harris) opposite a....
El Cerrito: Downey Place Publishing House, 1982. Hardcover. xiii, 154p., preface, notes, bibliography, appendices, index, illustrated with b&w photos, tables, previous owner's signature in ink and in marker on paste-down, otherwise a very good first edition in cloth and gilt, unclipped, lightly-worn dustjacket with closed tear and chip.
Cordoba, Mexico: Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, 1980. 430p., pictorial wraps, frontis portrait, softbound in 8x6 inch decorated glossy wraps; faint scuff marks to covers with a tiny snag at the heel, textblock lightly cracked in several places within, clean and otherwise sound. One thousand copies printed; a good.....
Washington DC: The Brookings Institution, 1935. Hardcover. xvii, 468p., illustrated with tables; hardbound in 8x5.5 inch black cloth boards gilt. A good-looking volume in bright unhandled condition. Institute of economics of the Brookings Institution publication no. 61. Find quite a number of indexed references to Henry A. Wallace. From director's...
San Francisco: Scrimshaw Press, 1973. 141p., illustrated with period images (some in color) and profuse Margo Davis's black/white photography, this copy warmly inscribed, signed and dated by her. Cloth boards with plate laid down on the cover, in a lightly worn dust jacket, 10.5x12.5 inches.