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Buenos Aires: Chabela, 1939. Cover feature; 93p. translation of Uncle Tom's Cabin in the 194p. (entire issue) 8.75x11.25 inch women's magazine, cover color drawing by Mario Leon (who also did some internal illustrations for the story), four inch triangular chip from back cover (missing piece is present).
Washington: GPO, 1973. 54, v p., wraps bit browned and creased, top foredge foxed. Includes references to the SWP. Committee print. "The terrorist group responsible for the most political kidnapings in recent years has been the People's Revolutionary Army, an adjunct of the Revolutionary Workers Party, an Argentine Trotskyite communist...
Mexico DF: Coedicion Latinoamericana, 1994. 34p., printed on bright-white paper with color illustrations on every recto page, facing recipes verso; bound softback in strong yellow glossy cardstock, 8.5 inches square. A nice clean copy. Fifteen recipes from around the Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking new world (ten different countries.
Buenos Aires: Universidad de Buenos Aires, 1930. 165 p., numerous b&w exhibit photographic illustrations and 3 maps; coated paperstock throughout, unopened signatures, 11x7 inch wraps, very good but for faint research library stamp on front cover. Study of excavated skulls, several with perforations; and other funeral artifacts.
Buenos Aires: Leoplán, 1938. Magazine. 162p., 8.5x11.25 inches, text in Spanish, illustrations, photos, ads, 20p. Spanish translation of the Wilde play "Lady Windermer's Fan" [noted on cover], eight illustrations in the text in large spot-color vignettes by Raúl V. Martinez, wraps edgeworn with a small chip of the upper front.....
New York: Robert Speller & Sons, 1797. Paperback. viii, 211p., prefaces, notes, appendixes, tables, charts; perfectbound textblock is beginning to crack, expect minor ink checkmarks in margins. An otherwise good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Author fears that, sans a correct approach, Argentina will fall into the hands...