HUAC, House UnAmerican Activities Committee
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Washington, D. C: GPO, for the committee, 1958. Pamphlet. vi, 23p., wraps, very good condition. Committee on un-American activities house of representatives eighty-fifth congress second session Arpil 7, 1958. Boldreff fought, both Nazis and Communists in Yugoslavia durring WWII, was captured by the Germans twice and escaped both times and.....
San Francisco: Pacific Division AAAS, 1994. Hardcover. vi, 336p., preface, epilog, chapter notes, references, index, illustrated with glossy plates from b&w photographs, limited first edition of 500 copies bound in red cloth boards and gilt. Has a mildly musty smell, otherwise a clean sound very good copy. Chicago-born and raised.....
n.pl. [House Un-American Activities Committee?], . Three pages on onion skin paper, 8.5x11 inches, edge worn and creased, carbon copies of a typed document on members in the CPUSA branch in Columbus (Franklin County), with their postions, ages, activities, addresses, and phone numbers. Clearly done by a red-baiting group, given.....
Washington, D. C: GPO, 1958. Pamphlet. vi, 80p., iii; wraps, very good condition, 9 x 6 inches, first edition. House of Representatives eighty-fifth Congress second session March 21, 1958. Wallace a stateless refugee caught up in the Spanish Civil War, got involved with Noel Field, imprisoned by the Soviets, interrogated.....
Washington: Untired States Government Printing Office, 1957. vi+19p.+ index, original stapled wraps, very good condition. Printed letter from J. Edgar Hoover laid in supporting HUAC and opposing "Operation Abolition" November 8. HUAC response to ECLC's barnstorming tour to abolish HUAC. Dalton Trumbo and the Hollywood Ten are mentioned.
Garden City: Doubleday, Doran & Company, 1943. Hardcover. 246p., stated first edition. very good in two jackets; an edgeworn proof dj, lacking spine or panel lettering, superimposed on slightly edgeworn but otherwise bright regular dj. European American's first book, a commentary on black life in wartime America, in novel form.....
New York: Julian Messner, 1947. Hardcover. xvi, 168p, cloth-bound boards. No dj. The European American author argues that the effects of Jim Crow are economically adverse. His books received praise from Daily Worker. Moon was accused of Communist affiliation by HUAC and fired from his editing job.
New York: Spartacist, 1968. 8p., wraps, paper toned, otherwise very good; 8.5x11 inches. Cover story on the year's rebellion in France, plus articles on the New Left and the SDS-led student strike at Columbia University, the HUAC investigation of the Spartacist League in New Orleans, and more.
Washington: GPO, 1951. pp. 1883-1923, 5.75x9 inches, very good GPO pamphlet in stapled white printed wraps. Testimony of Lement U. Harris, who reluctantly discusses his period of farm work at a complex in the USSR followed by farm labor organization in the United States in the 1930s. Harris was active.....
Washington: GPO, 1958. Paperback. vi, 2475 - 2601, iii p., wraps slightly edge worn, first edition. Hearings before the Committee on Un-American Activities, House of Representatives, Eighty-Fifth Congress, second session. June 18 and 19, 1958, May 8, 1958, and April 1, 1957. Includes testimony (mostly taking the First & Fifth...).....
Washington: GPO, 1957. Two volumes, [x, 1087-1343, vi p.], wraps a bit worn, rust to staples. Those grilled included Angela Ward, George Hitchcock, Charles R. Garry (the well-known lawyer who later represented clients ranging from Black Panthers to People's Temple) and other local residents.