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Chicago: Press of Rayner, Dalheim & Co., 1927. 52p., 9.25x12.25 inches, title page, author's foreword, musical numbers list, 13 pieces of music with lyrics, pictorial cover, rear cover may be missing (last page is 52, last page of sheet music) ownership name on cover in ink, edewear, stapled wraps with.....
Chicago: Abe Isaak, Jr., 1902. Hardcover. 343p., first edition, original maroon cloth binding, pencil underlining & marginalia else good condition. James was a Wisconsin anarchist. This work first serialized in "Free society" in 1901, "especially impressed" Kropotkin (See Paul Avrich, "Anarchist Portraits" Princeton, 1988 p. 282 note 89).
St. Louis, MO: Jednota Táboritu, [192-?]. 21p., slender pocketbook format in plain black boards, external damage to rear hinge but internally sound. By-laws and official speeches of the fraternal group, in Czech. Title page has red stamp of the Eagle River, WI branch, and two names in fountain pen. Fraternal.....
La Crosse: Juniper Press, 1968-1971. Magazine. Five issues, various pagination, 7.25x8.75 inches, poetry, reviews, very good booklets in stapled wraps illustrated with linocuts by Anne Swan. Issues included are: Fall 1968, Summer 1969, Spring/Summer 1970, Fall/Winter 1970, and Spring/Summer 1971. Published biannually.
Milwaukee: A. Posy Press, 1932. 60p., slender paperback, brittle black wraps edge-chipped, textblock is on better paper. "Three sisters," a poetic drama in Yiddish by the Lithuanian-born immigrant based in New York; he was a member of Proletpen, the leftist Yiddish writers' group, but the organization tried to deter him.....
Kohler, WI: Kohler Co. Organization, 1934. Magazine. 37p., wraps, "Reference Room" stamped on front wrap, no other markings, very good condition, illus., 7.25x10 inches. On the UAW strike at Kohler, quality glossy paper, in very good condition. Anti-labor magazine of the Kohler organization, at the time primarily a plumbing and.....