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San Francisco: San Francisco Council of Churches, 1979. 336p., 8.5x11 inches, illustrated endpapers, editor's preface, foreword, index of churches, directory, supporters, illustrated with photos, drawings and facsimile documents, very good first edition stated in heavy blue-leatherette and gilt. Find Bishop Pike material, records of the many African American churches in.....
[San Francisco]: [Herbert Hoover Junior High School], 1978. 96 p., 11x8.5 inch hardback with inscriptions on endsheets and a few more in the text. A very good copy. Profusely illustrated by photographs, the usual sort of yearbook production. The 1978 yearbook for Herbert HooverJunior High School, San Francisco Unifed School.....
[San Francisco]: [Herbert Hoover Middle School], 1981. 68 p., 11x8.5 inch hardback in very good condition. Profusely illustrated by photographs. In the back find 2 full pages of signed student inscriptions. The 1981 yearbook for Herbert Hoover Middle School, San Francisco Unified School District, San Francisco, CA.e.
Berkeley: Shameless Hussy Press, 1978. Paperback. 74p., some snapshot photos, pocketsize trade wraps (cover photo shows a young woman playing billiards). The African American author wrote this book based on her experiences as a counselor in juvenile hall. "A rare glimpse at the informal social life among the young people.....
Olympia, WA: First People's Press, 1994. Paperback. 90p., trade-size glossy green wraps; back cover has some light scratches, an otherwise completely sound, clean and unmarked copy. Multicultural anthology, with prose and poetry, by Evergreen State College students and largely by women; mature content.
San Sebastian: Editorial Española, 1940. 297p., first edition 7.5x5 inch wraps, neatly opened all the way through, general dust-soil and acidic browning ,back cover leaf is badly torn and stained with losses to margin (none to any text), spine panel and last several leaves also affected by stain, as is.....
Mill Valley: Common Sense newsmonthly, 1974 (?). 31p., newsprint magazine, 10.5 x 8.5 inches, pastefastened, illustrated with b&w photos, artwork. Browned (but not fragile), some minor staining and edgewear. One of two cover articles, this subtitled "Why are they covering up? [refers photo of uniformed British hiding their faces] Exclusive.....
Farmingdale, NY: Baywood Publishing Company, 1981. Paperback. v, 224p., two pages with pen markings - one in margin, one with an underlined phrase -second printing (with new preface), front wrap creased. With chapters on African Americans, Japanese Americans and Mexican Americans. Perspectives on death and dying 4.
Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2002. xxviii, 249p., review sheet laid in, first printing, dj. Discusses black, Jewish, gay, lesbian, Chicano and Asian American texts vis-a-vis identity formation. We scanned especially the lengthy critique of Richard Wright's wrongish novel 'Savage Holiday'.