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n.p. Maui-Molokai-Lanai Citizens for Lee, [1970-?]. Single leaf folded to make a four-panel 8x4 inch handout, printed red on pale yellow stock, clean and sound, photo of the candidate, a fine exemplar. Notes that Lee's twelve years of service had made Maui, Molokai and Lanai the "most progressive Neighbor Island.....
Santa Barbara: Fithian Press, 2001. 271p., softbound, first edition trade-size glossy wraps. Clean and sound, a very good copy. Author "born and raised in South Korea," emigrated to the US at 20, is a software consultant; her heroine "struggles to make a life she can respect in the shady world.....
Oakland: Kennedy Art Center Gallery /Holy Names College, 1999. Unpaginated, some 19 full-color exhibit images from photography, printed announcement leaf with map to gallery laid in, 8.2x6 inch cardstock wraps. A very good copy. Astronomically themed works by the Bay Area-based Korean immigrant artist.
Seoul: T'uranno, 2005. 335p., very good in wraps, text in Korean, inscribed on front endpaper. The author co-founded the Christian Association for Medical Mission to provide food, clothing, and medical care, including the establishment of a hospital in Pyongyang. This book describes his work to aid North Koreans.
New York: Exposition Press, 1967. 119p., hardcover, signed by the author in English and Hanja; minor stain to cover, spine ends rubbed, ownership signature, generally very good. Lectures on current events, the public good, and faith in the future, given by the Korean-American professor at Missouri State Teachers College.