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n.pl. n.pub. [1952-1960]. 12p, 4.5x6.5 inches, black text and images with red crest and headers, very good condition. After World War II, Hitler's former get-away became part of the U.S. Armed Forces Recreation Centers until 1995. Dated by the establishment of the General Walker Hotel (the former Platterhof) in 1952.....
Luxembourg: Oficina de Publicaciones Oficiales de las Comunidades Europeas, 1998. 31p., staplebound pamphlet, 8.25x11.75 inches. Mild handling wear. Spanish language edition of an anti-racist education pamphlet in the form of comic strips, put out by the European Commission for teachers and students.
Stockholm: A. Gadelius, 1814. 258p. plus errata page, 19th century paper-covered boards with leather spine, title in gilt, leather points at corners partially rubbed away, paper worn at board edges, top of spine panel partly chipped, interior very good. Text in Swedish. OCLC only lists holdings of two editions in.....
Berlin: Die Bundesbeauftragte für die Unterlagen des Staatssicherheitsdienstes der ehemaligen Deutschen Demokratischen Republik, 2007. 193, 33p., softcover, 8.5x11 inches, some smudges to back cover. English translations of the text from an exhibit on Stasi intelligence services and domestic surveilance in East Germany.
Flawinne, Belgium: J. Paquier, no date, 1930s. Unpaginated folio compendium of photojournalism reproduced in sepia seven to ten images per page, cardstock title page, casebound issue with pebbled 14x11 inch embossed coat-of-arms titling with silver and gold tints, t.e.g., mild dust-soil lines to cover, a very good copy.
Vogelenzang: Helmond, 1937. Magazine. 48p., 7.25x10 inches, text in Dutch illustrated with 125 b&w photos of international scout troupes in uniforms and activities at the Jamboree, magazine in stapled pictorial wraps with mild wear and vertical fold crease. Ned. Jeugdbibliotheek ; 73A. Souvenir of the Scout Jamboree in Vogelenzang.
New York: Mason Brothers, 1859. xv, 520p., tissue-guarded frontis steel engraving (a portrait of Rodolph of Hapsburgh), first edition brown cloth panelled in blind and lettered in copper leaf. Engraving has offset to several adjacent leaves to rather pleasing effect on the title page. Quite edgeworn, with cardstock showing at.....
[Spain-?]: n.pub. [197-?]. 28p., staplebound pamphlet, 8x12 inches, left side curled. Undated reprint of the 1937 text. We obtained it in a collection of late 1970s Spanish revolutionary material published after Franco’s death and the opening of press freedoms, and it probably dates to that era.
Oakland: LavenderRose Women's Arts and Mysteris School, 1990. 69p., 8.5x11 inches, illustrations, several works in Spanish, very good in stapled journal in pictorial wraps. LavenderRose Collections #1. Poetry by a number of women authors of various ethnicities, with a strong lesbian bent, originating from workshops led by Judy Grahn...