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Bethesda: [Brint Dillingham for Sheriff campaign], 1970. 8.5x11 inch handbill, very good, if slightly smudgy. Dillingham's campaign promised to turn the county into America's "first Liberated Zone," shutting down the draft board, freeing all political prisoners, disarming law enforcement officials, etc.
Simi Valley: Taste It, 1974. Magazine. 48p., 8.5x11 inches. articles, humor, b&w photos of nude women, ads, very good sex and drug magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. First and likely only issue of this California magazine focused on marijuana and sex. No copies located in OCLC as of 5/2017.
New York: The East Village Other, 1968. Newspaper. 20p., folded tabloid, evenly and lightly toned, a few closed tears, tiny chips at spine quarterfold, mailing label overlaps logo, else very good condition. Cover is photo of yokel with slingshot. Issue's contents include full-page "The Fang!" cartoon by Kim Deitch, full-page...
[Montgomery County, Maryland]: [the campaign], . 8.5x11 inch handbill, dittoed or mimeographed in blue ink, very good, if slightly smudgy. Dillingham had recently had his obscenity conviction from an underground newspaper case overturned. His campaign promised to turn the county into America's "first Liberated Zone," shutting down the draft board...
Alexandria: Deep Forest, 1984. [16p] 5.5x8.5 inches, signed and dated SF 1984 by the poet, #33/100 copies, chapbook misbound upside-down in heavily-foxed stapled wraps, first blank (actually last blank) covered in white-out as Doyle signed there first and then discovered the chapbook was bound upside-down and back to front.
Alexandria: Deep Forest, 1991. 40p., 5.5x8.5 inches, personal inscription to Hugo Rey signed by the poet, very good limited edition chapbook, unnumbered copy of 100 copies in stapled gray wraps, leaflet and notes laid-in from a reading in North Beach. Originally published by The Diggers in 1968. Long prose poem/story.
no place: Self-published by the author, [1970s-1980s]. Four photocopied self-published poetry "books" various pagination (between 15 and 20 sheets each) printed one side only, stapled upper-left corners and with color heavy cover stock for covers, two with photos of Dunphy as General Waste-More-Land) very good. Vanity self-publications of Dunphy's poetry...
New York: R.A.T. Publications, 1970. 28p., 11x17 folded tabloid, color self-wraps, newsprint evenly toned, 2" closed tear at horizontal fold and fraying on a few pages, otherwise very good. RAT was the most politically radical NY underground paper. Contents include: letter from underground Weatherman Linda Evans, long account of travails...
Berkeley: California Alumni Association, 1965. Magazine. 96p., softbound, a stapled magazine, 8.5x11 inches; mild external wear with crimps along spinefold and turned corner-tips. Quite sound, clean and unmarked. Timeline of the FSM commotion, printed double-column with plenty of b&w photography through p.75; at p.76 the text switches to document texts.....
Philadelphia: The Gay Alternative Collective, 1974. Magazine. 36p. including covers, 8.5x11 inches, photos, illustrations, articles, poetry, fiction, plays, ads, services, a very good homophile magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. LGBT Collective magazine. Cover shows Tarzan's Boy captive and bound with Arabs looking at him hungrily and the caption: "Invite a....
Rochester, NY: Options Open, Inc., 1971. Newspaper. two 16p. folded tabloids, illus., light toning and a bit of fraying, else good. Halfway between an underground and a liberal community newspaper, the headlines say it all: FBI files stolen, sent to Journal; Exclusive interview: Shirley Chisholm; Inside report on Paris peace...