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Boston: The Rockwell and Churchill Press, 1912. Pamphlet. 46p., wraps detached and chipped along the edges, penciling on front wrap, text block pages lightly creased otherwise good condition. Reprinted from the September, 1912, Bulletin of the National Association of Wool Manufacturers, Boston, Mass. *Miles 3782.
London: Darling and Son, Ltd., 1915. 7p., 6x9.75 inches, dampstain on top-right corner, in lightly-worn original stapled wraps. Lord Milner's interview with the New York Times of August 21st, 1915, clarifying Britain's wartime position on the shipments of cotton and including answers to questions on German submarine warfare. Alfred Milner.....
New Delhi: Crafts Museum, 1966. 98p., glossy paperstock throughout with b&w and color exhibit and site photography; 10x7.5 inch cloth boards spine-titled red, in dust jacket. Jacket is rather edgeworn, with a small chip. Casing, save for a touch of foxing to one endsheet, is pristine and unhandled, as is.....
Philadelphia: The John C. Winston Company, 1906. Hardcover. 644p., front., first edition, very good condition. *Not in Hanna. "...a social consciousness in advance of his time; [The bishop of cottontown] was perhaps the first important Southern novel to treat industrial forces that were changing Southern life." *DAB.
Delhi: Atma Ram & Sons, 1962. xi, 306p., illustrated with two line maps, one folding, first edition hardbound in grey cloth boards cover- and spine-titled black. A late signature (pp.245-256) is started an eighth inch and is somewhat at risk, item bears an ownership to ffep, a generally good copy.....
Athens OH: Ohio University Press, 2008. Paperback. xii, 297p., illustrated with tables, charts and line maps, softbound in glossy photodecorated wraps, 8.5x5.5 inches. Nice condition, in fact near-new: absolutely sound, clean and unmarked. Ohio University Research in International Studies, Global and Comparative Studies Series no. 9.
[Lawrence?]: National Woolsorters' Association, 1926. Four panel brochure, slightly worn, 5.5x8.5 inches. The Woolsorters were associated with the United Textile Workers of America and the UTUA's president Francis J. Gorman was also active in the Association. Report signed in print by George H. Brear, National Secretary-Treasurer.
Washington: GPO, 1912. Hardcover. 511p., original cloth binding with spine labels and minor library markings on spine (no internal markings), first edition. Corporate author: US Department of Labor. United States. 62d Congress, 2d Session. Senate document no. 870. The IWW led the strike. Includes much demographic and statistical information on.....
Newark: the museum, 1975. Reprinted from 1961 issue: vi, 106p., includes about thirty pages of exhibit photography in b&w (not sharply re-reproduced). Presswork on glazed alkaline paper. One of a group of five, series format, each in 9.5x7.5 inch textured matte wraps, this one is blue. Condition: front cover is.....
Tokyo: Otsuki Senshoku Kobo 大槻染色工房, 1988. 53p., wraps, thoroughly illustrated with color photos; text in Japanese. Very good. Signed inside back cover by the artist, in Japanese, dated 1994. Pamphlet laid in giving English titles of works. Catalog of an exhibition of Otsuki's uniquedepictions of city life done in batik.....