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New York: Central Committee, Communist Party, 1936. Magazine. 32p., wraps, pages evenly toned, old label on front wrap else good condition, 5.5x8.5 inches. Internal publication of the CPUSA, this issue with articles on recruiting in New York, the Young Communist League, Gary Communists Smash Through the Wall of Terrror, and more.
Fort Wayne IN: Fort Wayne Public Library, 1976. ix, 138p., scattered vignette photoportraits, softbound booklet in 8x5 inch stapled wraps; cover wrap margins mildly toned, the two staples badly rusted with a little migration, in all other respects sound, clean, and free of any markings, a good copy.
Terre Haute, IN: Brotherhood of Locomotive of the United States & Canada, 1883. Hardcover. 575p., half leather bound (spine and corners) in black leather rubbed and a bit cracked along the hinge, purple cloth unevenly faded, one page 15/16 has chipping and rips in the margins, a few gatherings slightly...
Indianapolis: Berg Investment Corp. 1983. Magazine. 36p. includes covers, 5.5x8.5 inches, illustrated with b&w photos, ads for local bathhouses & bars etc., very good in stapled pictorial wraps. Early midwestern AIDS reportage and coverage of a string of murders of young gay men in Indiana from 1980-1983.
Terre Haute, IN: Debs Publishing Company, 1900. 133p., front., illus., original wraps detached but present, spine wrap mostly perished, paper slightly browned but still flexiable. Includes a history of utopian socialist communities, the SDP, biographies of the leaders, etc. SDP later merged with other groups to form the Socialist Party in 1901.