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London: Freedom Press, [1960s]. Seven pamphlets from the series published by Freedom press. Pamphlets present are No. 1: Makhno and Durruti; The Unsung Heroes, No. 2: Students for a Stalinist Society, No. 3: Zapata and the Mexican Revolution, No. 4: Peter Kropotkin, No. 5: Peter Kropotkin; Anarchism & Revolution, No.....
Nogales: Nogales Centennial Committee, 1980. Paperback. 110p., presswork on coated alkaline paperstock throughout and illustrated by a near-profusion of b&w period photography, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Mostly about the white half of town's population, which says something about the Spanish-speaking half of this border town.....
Phoenix: University of Arizona, 1992. 56p. + [56p] appendixes including glossary, maps, figures, tables, resources, 8.5x11 inches, texts in English and Spanish printed in side-by-side columns, very good report in spiral-bound blue printed cover with mylar protector sheet, black plastic comb.
Mexico D.F. SEP, 1988. Paperback. 249p., printed double-column, profusely illustrated in color with sketch and photo vignettes, also line maps and tables. Softbound in 10x6.5 inch decorated wraps; text paper a bit toned, but evenly and not fragile, a clean sound very good copy. A school text.
Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1936. Hardcover. 464p., scrape across front cover and wear at head and tail otherwise good first edition stated in black cloth and bright gilt, worn unclipped dj with slice across front panel (matching the scrape on cover) one inch chip at head of faded spine.
Mexico City: GV Editores, 1986. Paperback. 265p., wraps, old price sticker on front blank else very good condition. Contributions by Mario Aldana Rendon, Carlos Contreras Ruiz, Alejandra Garcia Q., Abel Juarez Martinez, Jaime Olveda, Gynthia Radding and Mario Ramirez Rancano. Text in Spanish. Ciencias sociales.
Mexico: Editora Latino Americana, 1963. xv+213p., photos, chronology, text in Spanish, lightly-yellowed text-block, brittle, previous-owner's name on fore-edge, augmented and corrected second edition in colorful pictorial boards and matching dj. Biography of a leader of the Mexican Revolution.
Madrid: Ediciones Jucar, 1976. Paperback. 202p., text in Spanish, index and discography, sizeable b&w photo section, very good first edition trade paperback in red pictorial. The top edge bears an institutional withdrawn stamp, no other markings whatsoever, and little sign of any handling. Coleccion los Juglares.
Juarez: Consulados de Mexico, 1990. Six-panel brochure folded to 5.25x8.25 inches, text in English and Spanish, artist-portrait photo, cover reproduction of the artist's Doroteo Arango "Pancho Villa", very good on heavy, semi-glossy white card stock. A touring show of the Mexican artist's portraits of Mexican revolutionaries which showed in Arizona.....
Mexico City: Patronato del Instituto Nacional de Estudios Históricos de la Revolución Mexicana, 1963. Pamphlet. 72p., 6.75x9 inches, text in Spanish, illustrated with b&w photos, booklet in stapled tan wraps. Spinefold is splitting roughly and covers are held by a single staple, paperstock is very toned and verging on fragile.....
Nuevo León: Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo León, 1989. Paperback. 362p., text in Spanish, illustrated with glossy b&w plates, first edition paperback #317/1000 copies in map illustrated wraps, worn covers and edges with small clear tape repairs to spine panel. Serie Biblioteca de Nuevo León #5. An account of the Filibuster.....
Mexico City: Editorial Azteca, 1960. Hardcover. 251p., 5.5x8 inches, boards lightly worn, pages evenly browned else good first edition in a worn and toned dj. Text in Spanish. On important figures in Mexican history, with chapters on Ricardo Flores Magon, Emiliano Zapata, Porfirio Diaz, and more.