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Paris: Lagesse & Neymarck, n.d., circa 1930. 24p., presswork in black and green spot-color on alkaline coated paperstock, softbound, a stapled booklet or pamphlet in 10.5x6 inch wraps that are decorated with rulings gilt and an onlaid color vignette showing a completed stoa or promenade. Illustrated with forty of fifty.....
Paris: Societe des Oceanistes, 1979. Pamphlet. p., illustrated with reproductions of old engravings and modern exhibit photography, all b&w, captioned and integrated into running text; pamphlet, stapled 7.5x5.5 inch decorated wraps. Slightly handled and edgeworn, staples touched with rust, otherwise clean, sound and free of markings: a good to very.....
El Cajon CA: The Community College Social Science Association, 1974. Unpaginated preliminaries, 57p., a few standard images in the text, softbound in stapled 8.5x5.5 inch glazed wraps. Slight edgewear and signs of handling, a very good copy. Unclear what is "new" amongst these standard accounts of North and Central American.....
Boston: Boston University Student Union, 1970. Pamphlet. 24p., wraps, very good. Not found in OCLC (12/2014). Guide for students seeking apartments in Boston's various neighborhoods. Starts with a quote from Eldridge Cleaver about the right to a decent standard of living. Includes discussion of the Allston-Brighton Community Tenants Union.
Washington: The President's Conference on Home Building and Home Ownership, 1932. Hardcover. xviii, 293p., front., illus., very good condition. Volume VII of the eleven-part set; the committee was "Called by President Hoover." Robert Pl Lamont, secretary of commerce, Ray Lyman Wilbur, secretary of the interior, joint chairmen.
New York: Harper & Brothers, Publishers, 1949. Hardcover. xi, 180p., photo section on coated inserted paperstock, hardbound in 8x5.5 inch tan cloth boards. Lacks the dust jacket, head and tail rims slightly crimped, nice clean sound copy. Find here fanaticism one usually associates with survivalists or WWIII preparedness nuts, but.....
New York: New Century Publishers, 1946. 31p., 5x7.5 inches small drawings, tables, boxed information, pamphlet in stapled pictorial wraps, minor browning and wear. *Seidman M353. Communist perspective, critical of house construction for profit instead of people's needs, and ethnic discrimination in housing. Section on African Americans and Harlem.
[San Francisco]: the authors, n.d. Single handbill 8.5x11 inches printed one side only, hand-lettered title. Brief statements by seven people running for local office (not specified!) on a platform of opposition to all commercial development, preserving the Tenderloin as a permanent low-income residential area. Moore was active in the Grey.....
Los Angeles: Mexican-American Study Project, UCLA, June 1966. Paperback. xiii, 40p. + [20p] 8.5x11 inches, foreword, introduction, summaries, tables and figures, appendices, very good paperback report in printed yellow wraps. Analyzes segregation among whites, blacks and Mexican Americans.
Orange, NJ: National Housing Institute, 1995. Six issues, complete run for 1995. All are 8.5x11 inches, in very good condition. "Shelterforce is a publication of the National Housing Institute, a non-profit, tax-exempt organization dedicated to building a national network of tenant and housing groups and to providing resources and information.....
Orange, NJ: National Housing Institute, 1992. Six issues, complete run for 1992. All are 8.5x11 inches, in very good condition. "Shelterforce is a publication of the National Housing Institute, a non-profit, tax-exempt organization dedicated to building a national network of tenant and housing groups and to providing resources and information.....
Orange, NJ: National Housing Institute, 1993. Six issues, complete run for 1993. All are 8.5x11 inches, in very good condition. Issue No. 6 has very mild creases on the front cover, and minor chipping on the back. "Shelterforce is a publication of the National Housing Institute, a non-profit, tax-exempt organization.....
Stanford, CA: Low Cost Housing Committee, 1969. 18p., photocopied sheets stapled at upper left, paperclip rust marks on top edge of outer pages. Accompanied by a browned and fragile flyer from the Stanford graduate student union (a local of the American Federation of Teachers union) outlining the need for affordable.....
Stanford, CA: Low Cost Housing Committee, 1969. 18p., photocopied sheets stapled at upper left, paperclip rust marks on top edge of outer pages. Copies of associated correspondence also included. Analysis of the housing situation around Stanford, particularly the lack of low and moderate-cost housing, delivered to the new president.