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North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1966. Paperback. 158p., very good first edition PBO in original camp pictorial wraps. Gay pulp fiction. P 988. The marriage of two Hoosier sweethearts in LA, one of whom was emasculated in a car crash. Gay author, no gay content.. banis is most famous for his...
N.pl. the author, 1995. Pamphlet. 48, [i]p., wraps, light damp stain on front wrap with minor internal wrinkling, first book, first edition, inscribed and signed by Johnson. African American poet, born and raised in Gary, Indiana, relocated to Washington, D.C., founding member of the Modern Urban Griots.
Marion: The Chronicle Company, 1902. Hardcover. 282p., front., illus., first edition, original green cloth with significant loss of sizing, spine darkened and soiled, hinges starting, internally very good condition. *Egbert p. 131. Includes illustrations of Josiah Warren's labor notes.
New York: Committee to Aid the Bloomington Students, 1963. Pamphlet. 28p., wraps, 5.5x8.5 inches, very good condition. "Transcript of the talk on the movement for Negro Civil Rights given March 25, 1963, by Leroy McRae..." McRae, an African American organizer for the Young Socialist Alliance, gave this speech at a....