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[Los Angeles]: Asbarez Press, n.d. Six-panel brochure, 4.5x8.5 inches, horizontally creased, uneven toning else good condition; clenched fist outline on front panel. Distributed at a demonstration in Los Angeles. "The Armenian people are continuing to struggle for the liberation of their territories still under Turkish domination."
New York: Armenian National Committee, 1946. Newsletter. Two issues of the short-lived Bulletin (seven appeared in total); 7.25x10.25 inches, staplebound, 12 and 8 pages respectively, very good. Contents focus on Turkish policy and on the treatment of Armenian issues in the Western press.
London: Soviet Booklets, 1959-1960. Pamphlet. Partial set of 8.5x5.5 inch pamphlets, nine of the 15 originally issued, mostly 24-30 pages, generally minor wear. B&W photos, simple maps. Byelorussia, by T.Y. Kiselev; Uzbekistan, by Arif Alimov; Azerbaijan, by Mamed Iskenderov; Latvia, by Vilis Lacis; Moldavia, by A.F. Diorditsa; Kirghizia, by Kazy.....
New York: the Committee, [1948-?]. 16p., very good in wraps. Date of the report is 1948, but the pamphlet may have been printed slightly later. In addition to the report, includes text of a petition calling on the UN to take up the Armenian question. Small map depicts the historical.....
Philadelphia: the Organization, 1947. Spiral_bound. p., plastic comb binding with a few cracks, stiff cards covers, moderate edgewear. Illustrated souvenir booklet for attendees, with dedications by Church officials, poems, hymns, black and white photos of representatives from various chapters, and biographies of noted Armenians.
New York: Crescent Books, 1996. Hardcover. 222p., coated paperstock with fullpage and vignette color exhibit photographs, a sizeable diagrams section and a couple of pretty good maps in colors; first English-language edition, 11.5x9 inch boards gilt in glossy dj, a fine unblemished copy. FYI, we note that color plates with.....
San Francisco: Book Club of California, 2011-2013. Newsletter. The usual nice work in the usual nice condition, color covers, the inside skinny on our slightly famous book-driven contemporaries. Four (4) fastenings in bright shape. A small lot comprised of v.LXXVI n.2 [plus] v.LXXVII nos.3 and 4 [plus] v.LXXVIII n.3 [last.....
Erevan: Hayastan, 1982. 461p., green boards with gilt titles, very good. Text in Armenian. Includes brief English summary, "On the crossroads of history: revival of the liberated people." Endpapers decorated with hammer and sickle motif over mountains of Armenia, symbolizing Soviet liberation.