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no city: GM, 1948. Pamphlet. 15p., softbound, a plain printed pamphlet in 6x4.5 inch stapled wraps. Cover bears private accession marks, otherwise entirely clean and free of markings, near fine. The director feels it would be unwise not to promote diesel over steam --meaning oil over coal.
San Mateo Ca: California State Automobile Association, 1939. 20p., semi-coated paperstock, magazine in 12x9 inch stapled wraps. Rather worn; spinefold has small tears at one staple and both staples rusted, light vertical crease through entire item, faint toning throughout and signs of handling. Fair to good copy.
Los Angeles: The Plantin Press, 1947. Hardcover. xv, 293p., signed by Kraus, previous owner's bookplate on front blank endpaper, very good first edition in cloth boards and slightly shelfworn dj. "The stories of the organizing drive in Flint, Mich., and of the great sit-down strike that followed in January, 1937.....
New York: The Tamiment Institute, 1995. pp. 165-314, wraps. Complete issue. Includes two articles on the 1939 General Motors strike by John Barnard and Kevin Boyle, Martin Halpern on the Taft-Hartley act, Michael J. McTighe on poor relief and labor organizations in Ante-Bellum Cleveland, etc.