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Eugene: Break the Chains, 2004. p., stapled wraps, 8.5 x 11 inches, illus., wraps worn else very good condition. Articles on American Indian political prisoners, gender violence in prison, and more. The Break the Chains prisoner-support group was also called the Break the Chains Collective, Northwest Anarchist Support Network, and.....
Portland, OR: Neo-Dhamma, 1962. 10p. mimeographed newsletter, 8.5x11 inches, light toning. The Buddhist organization had two chapters at the time, one in Portland and one in San Francisco. This issue mentions recent leadership elections and discusses ideas about death in Buddhism and Daoism.
Portland, OR: Portland Council of Workers, Soldiers and Sailors, 1919. [7p.], paper browned, one corner of clipped off (no text loss), singled sheet folded to make an eight panel brochure, unopened, 5.5x8.5 inches folded size. OCLC as of 9/2014 shows two holdings - Oregon State and Arizona State; transliteration of.....
New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1936. 14p., staplebound pamphlet, paper toned, some foxing. This pamphlet was printed in many versions that look the same from the front, but have a full page of text on the rear cover tailored to a particular area. In this case it announces CPUSA radio.....
Washington County, OR: Department of Aging Services, [199-?]. 32p., 8.5x11 inches, bilingual texts in English and Spanish, a few illustrations, very good booklet in stapled blue, yellow and white wraps. with black cloth tape spine. Training course manual for peer counseling for elders.
Portland, OR: the zine, 1995, 1996. Two issues of the staplebound zine, very good, 10 pages each. Resources for exotic dancers, an interview with Annie Sprinkle, correspondence from readers about places to work, updates on activism, a column titled "Confessions of a fantasy booth girl," etc.