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Detroit: Drug, 1954. 460p., hardcover, top of spine panel has a tear in the cloth, otherwise very good. Text in Russian. "In a whirlwind of revolution" - a collection of writings by the Russian anarchist, also known as Eugene Moravsky, who founded the journal Probuzhdenie in Detroit in 1927.
Lansing, MI: the author, 1964. 192p., printed black wraps with a neat line of tape residue along the spine, 'reinforcement' by former owner/institution or possibly as issued (regardless, the item seems sound enough with the tape absent). An ex library copy with withdrawn stamp. African American author. Poetry with a......
Detroit: Ford Motor Company, 1912. Pamphlet. Unpaginated, 24p., small stiff pamphlet in stapled 6x3.5 inch cardstock wraps, illustrated with fullpage side- and three-quarter views of five different models, plus numerous vignettes of chassis and guts, most with spot-color yellow emphases. Covers are or were cream white with blue lines bordering.....
Berkeley: Associated Students News Bureau, 1940. 22p., semi-glazed paperstock with numerous b&w photos and cigarette ads in spot color; softbound, a magazine in stapled 10.5x7.5 inch color wraps. Mild rubbing and offset color, one inner leaf a little crumpled, good copy. You like Camels? back cover. Philip Morris? verso. Also.....