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Providence RI: the Association, 2007. Paperback. xiv, 128p., illustrated with b&w group snapshots and a couple charts (money, membership), softbound in 8.5x5.5 inch glossy wraps. A nice clean copy. An oddity that keeps its doctrinal details close to vest; it is Unitarian, with some sort of lateral emphasis. It's trancendental.....
[Santa Cruz]: Inscriptions, 1988. 154p., xeroxed illustrations in the text, professionally typeset xeroxed booklet in 8.5 x 5.5 inch copyshop wraps. Mildest signs of handling. Papers presented at a day-long conference at UC Santa Cruz, geared to a half-dozen texts familiar to the participants.
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.....
New Haven, CT: Gary Highsmith, 1992. Paperback. 77p., front wrap wrinkled from damp damage, slight damp stain on back wrap, else untouched to make a good reading copy. Signed and inscribed by the author. Addresses many topics including economics of the black community, homophobia in the black community, and drug.....
Atlanta: Atlanta University, 1953. Paperback. pp.121-236, very good first edition journal, trade paperback in gray wraps printed red, spine toned and faded. Boyhood in Jamaica by McKay, The Eta Caste in Japan, Race Attitudes in Puerto Rico, the Poetry of Phyllis Wheatley, Social Realism in Charles W. Chestnutt et al......
Cleveland :: New York: The World Publishing Company, 1953. Hardcover. 219p., first edition, lacking dj, rear board slightly rubbed, corners lightly bumped, mild soil on boards, spine dimmed, else in very good condition. From the library of Anatole Anton, inscribed to him and others by the author.