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New York: New York Gay News, 1977. Newspaper. 20p., folded tabloid newspaper, photos, news, reviews, resources, events, opinion, ads, very good on newsprint. Cover stories on the NYC blackout as seen by gays and lesbians. Also Chesley reporting on the Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights Weekend Conference.
Brooklyn: Long Island University, 1999. 127p., 8.5x11 inches, poetry, stories and art including two sections of color plates, very good in original pictorial wraps. Students from the Brooklyn Campus of LIU. Shubert Denis, an immigrant from Haiti, contributes a nice set of artworks in color.
Washington: Morland-Spingarn Research Center/National Newspaper Publishers Association, 1980. 16p. program, stapled wraps, 6x9 inches, some photos, wraps slightly soiled, rust stain on rear wrap else very good condition. Honorees were Atlanta publisher William Alexander Scott, founder of the Southern Newspaper Syndicate, and Clilan Bethany Powell, publisher of the Amsterdam News.....
Berkeley: Berkeley General Recruiting Union, Industrial Workers of the World, 1962. [16p.], foxed wraps, 8.5x11 inches, mimeographed; back cover loose but present, evenly toned else good condition. Includes an overview of the status of the IWW (or its "wreckage"), a discussion of street gangs in a New York neighborhood as.....
New York: New York Committee, Communist Party, 1939. Pamphlet. 15p., wraps lightly worn along the edges, paper browned, 5.25x7.75 inches. "This pamphlet is the full text of an address delivered at Madison Square Garden, New York City, September 11, 1939, at a meeting to celebrate the Twentieth Anniversary of the.....
New York: the author, 1915. 9p., staplebound booklet, wraps mildly stained, interior clean. Bruno was the notorious "Barnum of Bohemia" who published chapbooks as well as a Greenwich Village magazine and charged admission to see Bohemians at work. He published Djuna Barnes and Alfred Kreymborg. In this booklet he attempts.....